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  • Exemples de produce
    1. Grocery stores show off their produce by placing the most attractive specimens in front.
    2. A female blue whale may produce a specific power of up to 16 kilowatts per tonne when sprinting.
    3. This algorithm will produce a state machine for parsing a given context-free grammar.
    4. Unless the head is driven out of the bowel it will continue to produce new segments[…]The stools passed after administration of the taenifuge should be carefully examined with a view to discover the head of the worm.
    5. Because the present climate can never produce enough weathering to produce oxisols, torrox soils are always paleosols formed during periods of much wetter climates.
    6. To mingle with others of its kind and produce the next generation of eggs, toxoplasma must find its way to the gastrointestinal tract of a cat.
    7. 2,5-Bis(trifluoromethyl)-1,3,4-oxadiazole (104) has been reported by several groups to react with ring-strained alkenes under forcing thermal conditions to produce coupled products
    8. Its portfolios have returned more than 20 percent a year after fees for two decades, and those fees — which produce the profits that unitholders have a stake in — have been ample.
    9. The voltage between the wires is too low to produce a spark.
    10. Zucchini plants always seem to produce a high yield of fruit. ‎
  • Exemples de produces
    1. One hectare (about 2.5 acres) of forest cleared and converted to ranchland or crops produces a piece of land worth, on average, $200 to $500.
    2. Suppose we have a widget factory that produces 100 widgets per year, and a sprocket factory that produces 200 sprockets per year.
    3. Next Reports Climatic Limits on Landscape Development in the Northwestern Himalaya Nicholas Brozovi , * Douglas W. Burbank, Andrew J. Meigs The interaction between tectonism and erosion produces rugged landscapes in actively deforming regions.
    4. Suppose we have a widget factory that produces 100 units per year...
    5. Perhaps the most exciting area in evolution is in exploring how rewiring the circuitry of genes produces different arthropod appendages, or wingspots on butterflies.
    6. I am inventing a language which must necessarily burst forth from a very new poetics, that could be defined in a couple of words: Paint, not the thing, but the effect it produces. - Stéphane Mallarmé
    7. The Anahi Mine located near the Brazilian border produces amethyst, citrina and Bolivianite.
    8. Failure to turn off SIN signaling produces multiseptated cells that remain uncleaved and contain one or two nuclei [7 ].
    9. Asexual reproduction occurs by myceliogenic germination of sclerotia directly resulting in new sclerotia or mycelium that eventually produces sclerotia.
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    1. The lipopeptide surfactant massetolide A produced by P.
    2. The last match-merge produced the list we reported.
    3. The subsequent tests with 10-15 microsec RF pulses confirmed the rated gain, produced output powers of up to 2.86 MW at 60 kV with high efficiency and 56 dB gain, and showed acceptable beam interception.
    4. Furthermore, a close structural analog of monochamol, 4-(n-heptyloxy)butan-1-ol, is produced by male A.
    5. The Mets’ lineup, which has not produced a multirun inning since a Game 3 blowout in the Dodgers’ series, will bring their slingshots and go for another knockout.
    6. Some cytokines produced by myofibers and peritendinous tissue are, termed myokines [17 ].
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    1. Thus, processes of hypoaneuploidy could affect genomic stability producing this variation in number of loci.
    2. The first steps in producing kaurenoic acid from GGDP occur through the action of copalyl diphosphate synthase (CPS), kaurene synthase (KS), and kaurene oxidase (KO) [15 ] (Fig 1 ).
    3. The genus Bullera was established by Derx [3 ] to accommodate yeasts producing rotational symmetry of ballistoconidia and whitish to pale colored colonies and proposing Bullera alba as the type species for the genus.
    4. We postprocess three-dimensional GRMHD models of a jet-producing radiatively inefficient accretion flow around a spinning black hole using relativistic radiative transfer and ray-tracing to produce model spectra and images.
    5. A major challenge in producing recombinant rNA is the inability of the head domain to fold and tetramerize as an independent unit.
    6. It has been shown, however, that triploid forms producing diploid gametes in one sex and haploid ones in the other sex can act as a stepping stone towards tetraploidization (triploid bridge; [ 93 – 95 ]).
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