The search for the host by the IJs
is determined by the type of foraging they may present, which is important in selecting species or strains of entomopathogenic nematodes for pest control.
The number of IJs
that can be produced within a host depends on the amount of IJs
applied and the size of the host.
However, the effect of environmental conditions and of the storage method on the viability, reproductive capacity and the infectiousness of infective juveniles (IJs
) are unknown, although this information is fundamental for the use of Heterorhabditis sp.
The camaraderie that we IJs
experienced at rest and in each other's chambers was replaced by a constant scattering of our sensibilities about asylum law when we donned our robes and voluntarily departed to our separate corners of the world, our own tiny principalities, and our own courtrooms.
EOIR expanded its training program in 2006, particularly for newly hired IJs
, and annually solicits IJs
' views on their training needs.
"We discovered that one of the IJS
operation failure modes was the direct result of the utility-supplied power" says William Hodgson, an electrical engineer at Rosetta Inpharmatics.
If the proposed offer is accepted, RBS will gain ABN's LaSalle business to further strengthen its position in the IJS
, become Europe's corporate bank, and open up access to fast-growing Asian markets.
However, remember that IJs
can only make decisions based on evidence.
EJS = extrinsic job satisfaction; IJS
= intrinsic job satisfaction; MIH = mental ill-health; PIH = physical ill-health; TA = Type A; LOC = locus of control; MSP = managerial pressures; ESP = employee pressures; WKL = workload; LCO = lifestyle coping; OCO = occupation coping.
reportedly works best with PlantStar's own Focus-100 plantwide monitoring network.
NASSIRIYA, Iraq, April 4 (KUNA) -- Organized by the Iraq Journalists Syndicate (IJS
), the visiting Kuwaiti media delegation was taken on a tour Tuesday to the southern Iraqi city of Ur in the governorate of Dhi Qar.
The life cycle includes the non-feeding third-stage infective juveniles (IJs
), or "Dauer" larvae, which is the only free-living stage, that gain access into the haemocel of host insects through natural body openings or by penetrating thin cuticles (Lewis et al.