ITOLInstitute of Training and Occupational Learning (UK)
ITOLInformation Technology Online (Australia)
ITOLInteractive Tree of Life (online tool)
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Interactive tree of life (iTOL) v3: an online tool for the display and annotation of phylogenetic and other trees.
Interactive tree of life (iTOL): An online tool for phylogenetic tree display and annotation.
(2004), a species has high tolerance when Itol is higher than 60%, moderate when it is between 60 and 35%, and is sensitive when Itol is below 35%.
Bork, "Interactive Tree Of Life (iTOL): an online tool for phylogenetic tree display and annotation," Bioinformatics, vol.
Katrina Shock, membership development manager for ITOL, said: "It's an invaluable resource for all learning professionals who are involved with management training and development."
Partnership programs, such as the ITOL program (NOIE, 1999); which are intended to foster SME aggregation and collaboration for competitive advantage, appear to ignore general SME uptake barriers.
Phylogenetic figures were created using the iTOL (Interactive Tree of Life) software (21), and further amended using Inkscape open source software version 0.92.2 (
Based on total dry matter (TDM), Cu contents (mg [kg.sup.-1]) in shoots (CuS), roots (CuR) and total (CuT), on Cu accumulation ([micro]g [plant.sup.-1]) in shoots (CuAS), roots (CuAR) and total (CuAT), on the zero dose of Cu (d0) and on the doses from 60 to 300 mg [kg.sup.-1] ([d.sub.n]), the indices of tolerance (ITOL) and translocation (ITRA) and the coefficient of impact on the relative content (CIRC) were calculated.
This month, in line with that very objective, we are introducing a new section providing news from your institutes and associations: turn to p17 to read the latest updates from the CIPD, ITOL and BILD.
The Information Technology Online (ITOL) program aims to accelerate Australian adoption of business-to-business eCommerce and encourage collaborative industry based projects (McGrath and More 2002).
"The best way to predict the future is to invent it"--this was the message from Graham O'Connell, one of the keynote speakers at the Institute of Training and Occupational Learning (ITOL) annual convention, held last month at the British Library.