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Hui He, Tingting Li, Fan Zhou, Qianjun Yang, Luyun Hu, and Yanwei Yu

the common side effects of FGAs. In general, the drug side effects of SGAs are less than FGAs, especially the incidence of extrapyramidal symptoms is lower ( Gerlach and Peacock, 1995 ) and the types are less ( Inada et al., 2002 ), but the EPSs are

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Seong-Hyun Park and Richard H. Mattson

recovery ( Cohen and Williamson, 1991 ; Johnston and Wallace, 1990 ; Mathews and Ridgeway, 1981 ). Some of the postoperative problems related to stress can be mediated through intakes of anesthetics and analgesics; however, these drugs have side effects

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Seong-Hyun Park and Richard H. Mattson

; Johnston, 1988 ; Johnston and Wallace, 1990 ). Some of the postoperative problems related to stress can be mediated through intakes of anesthetics and analgesics. However, these drugs have side effects that can produce postoperative physiological problems

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Deron Caplan, Mike Dixon, and Youbin Zheng

Temperature response of photosynthesis in different drug and fiber varieties of Cannabis sativa L Physiol. Mol. Biol. Plants 17 297 303 Charles, D.J. Joly, R.J. Simon, J.E. 1990 Effects of osmotic stress on the essential oil content and composition of

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Hui He, Yanwei Yu, Jiamin Li, Luyun Hu, and Fan Zhou

stimulation. Although these treatments have been used to decrease delusions and hallucinations, 5% to 15% of people continue to experience symptoms during treatment and may experience adverse side effects ( Liu et al., 2014 ). For LTH patients with

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John E. Montoya Jr., Michael A. Arnold, Juliana Rangel, Larry R. Stein, and Marco A. Palma

pollinator attractants. In our model, it was reasonable to assume that pollinator effects would extend to both sides of a pollinator-attracting row. Therefore, adjusted yield consisted of yields compared for assumed perennial row effects of two adjacent crop

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Dan Jin, Philippe Henry, Jacqueline Shan, and Jie Chen

, narrower leaflets, branching habitus, poorer fiber quality, harder stem, and thinner cortex, but stronger psychoactive effects ( de Lamarck, 1785 ). Schultes traveled to Afghanistan in 1971 and described C. indica as having broad leaflets, densely

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Irwin L. Goldman

promoted for prevention or treatment of disease. However, the judge found that foods and supplements should be treated differently than drugs because most foods and supplements are generally safe and have limited side effects. Because this ruling displeased

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Jules Janick

the most dangerous drugs as a result of its severe health effects, but it is still legal in all countries but Bhutan, where production and sale have been outlawed. Fig. 18. Tobacco: ( left ) grinding leaves of tobacco plant from the Florentine Codex

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Joongmin Shin, Bruce Harte, Janice Harte, and Kirk Dolan

Farkas, J. Saray, T. Mohacsi-Farkas, C. Horti, K. Andrassy, E. 1997 Effects of low-dose gamma radiation on shelf-life and microbiological safety of pre-cut/prepared vegetables Adv. Food Sci. 19 111 119 Food and Drug Administration 2009 Code of Federal