tracks the S&P High Yield Dividend Aristocrats Index.
The results of highest and lowest mean [ET.sub.a] in the watershed were 1.87 and 0.23 mm [day.sup.-1] on the SDY
15 and 255, respectively (Figure 2A), corresponding to the climatic behavior of the region, rainy summer and dry winter.
Packed bread coded as follows: TT5Y20, Toast bread containing 20% of SDT5Y; TT5Y-30, Toast bread containing 30% of SDT5Y; TTD4Y-20, Toast bread containing 20% of SDTD4Y; TTD4Y-30, Toast bread containing 30% of SDTD4Y; TL14Y-20, Toast bread containing 20% of SDL14Y; TL14Y-30, Toast bread containing 30% of SDL14Y; T3BY-20, Toast bread containing 20% of SD3BY; T3BY-30, Toast bread containing 30% of SD3BY; TCY-20, Toast bread containing 20% of SDY
; TCY-30, Toast bread containing 30% of SDY
; TCY-0, Toast bread prepared without sourdough.
includes about 100 stocks in the S&P High-Yield Dividend Aristocrats Index, a subset of the S&P 1500 which includes S&P large-cap, mid-cap and small-cap stock indexes.
Omani farmers, entrepreneurs and pharmaceutical companies could all gain from our reserves of indigenous medicinal plants if used sustainably and creatively," said Dr Al Sdy
He works closely with Mazen Al Sdy
, the in-house editor of Clacket Media.
, Vice President of the Egyptian Journalists Syndicate, will be a featured panellist during the discussion of the safety of journalists.
The major sponsors of Badminton Federation for the year 2014 were ERAM Group, Lulu Hypermarket EP, Ajab Al Falleah , Al Sdy
Trading & Soil Stabilization Co, Stars Forklift Trading, Nasico, Sinmar Group and Dadabhai Travel.
Other sex-determining genes include gsdf, sox3, and sdY
in Oryzias luzonensis, Oryzias dancena, and Oncorhynchus mykiss, respectively [9-11].
Virulence of Paecilomyces fumosoroseus (Wise) in Diuraphis noxia (Mordvilko) (Hemiptera: Aphididae) and Plutella xylostella (Linnaeus, 1758) (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae) was unaffected after 30 successive subcultures on sabouraud dextrose yeast (SDY
) extract medium.
[Q.sup.*] = [n/sin [phi]] [[integral].sup.1.sub.0] sdy
The ' SDY
' which is the standard deviation about the estimate of Y, as used by Kenley and Wilson (1986), has been used for this study: