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We should consider if medical situation has been ruled out.

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Based on my research, the best answer here is answer C: partial evaluations may provide a description of the costs, or consequences, of competing alternatives. This is basically the first step in researching which drug therapy would be best for a certain situation. A full evaluation shoul...Read More

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The hollow stem of a blade of grass is called a culm. They are rarely branched above the ground. The second half of the leaf then opens out into the leaf blade. But there is more to this in plant physiology. There are four main parts to a grass plant, the roots, the stem or culm, the leaves and...Read More

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The white structure shown here is a ligule. This is the structure which clasps the stem at the junction of blade and sheath. Ligules, being outgrowths from the sheath vary in size, shape, and texture, so they are useful in the identification process. Ligules may be scalloped, rounded, tapered,...Read More

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The sheath around the stem, as shown in this diagram, is a whitish membranous sheath called an ocrea. The cosmopolitan family, Polygonaceae, can be recognized immediately by the presence of the ocrea. This family contains around 1000 herbs, shrubs, climbers and a few trees. Characteristic of...Read More

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The answer to this question is A. You can look at the illustration to know what the answer should be. Some people hate anything that has to do with math. At times, they do not even understand why there is a need to learn how to measure different angles and also points and lines. Angles are...Read More

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Axis I: Clinical DisordersAxis II: MR, Personality DisordersAxis III: Medical ConditionsAxis IV: Psychosocial StressorsAxis V: GAF (1-100)

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