- Author:Kazuo Terada,Yoshio Onuki
- Publisher:University of Tokyo Press (December 10, 1982)
- Pages:482 pages
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Kazuo Terada and Yoshio Onuki. University of Tokyo Press, 1982. xiv + plates, biblio.
Kazuo Terada and Yoshio Onuki. Richard L. Burger (a1).
Kazuo Terada, Yoshio Onuki. Published December 10, 1982 by University of Tokyo Press. Archaeology, Huacaloma Site (Peru), Archaeological Excavation Reports. Huacaloma Site (Peru).
Recent nuclear accidents have prompted renewed interest in the fitness .
Recent nuclear accidents have prompted renewed interest in the fitness consequences of low-dose radiation. Hiyama et al. provided information on such effects in the Japanese pale grass blue butterfly in a paper that has been viewed more than 300,000 times, prompting a barrage of criticism. These exchanges highlight the role of scrutiny in studies with potential effects on humans, but also raise.
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Terada, . and Y. Onuki, ed. (1985). The Formative Period in the Cajamarca Basin, Peru: Excavations at Huacaloma and Layzon,1982.
Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press. Terada, . Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press.
This is a list of Japanese atomic, nuclear and radiological accidents, incidents and disasters. Onagawa Nuclear Power Plant. Higashidōri Nuclear Power Plant. Tōkai Nuclear Power Plant. Tsuruga Nuclear Power Plant. Rokkasho Reprocessing Plant. Nuclear power in Japan. List of civilian nuclear accidents. List of civilian nuclear incidents. List of civilian radiation accidents. List of military nuclear accidents.
The Japanese race is an enemy race and while many second and third generation Japanese born on United States soil, possessed of United States citizenship have become ‘Americanized,’ the racial strains are undiluted. But business interests also played a crucial role in determining the government’s mistreatment of Japanese Americans. In spite of agricultural land-ownership barriers put in place to protect native-born farmers, as of 1940 some 45% of employed Japanese Americans in West Coast states were farmers, according to a 1982 report by the US government’s Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians.
Japanese heads of family and persons living alone form a line outside Civil Control Station located in the . Evacuees of Japanese ancestry were not permitted to use their automobiles at War Relocation Authority centers
Evacuees of Japanese ancestry were not permitted to use their automobiles at War Relocation Authority centers. Cars brought to this camp, the Manzanar Relocation Center in California, have been impounded for the duration. Photo taken on April 2, 1942.
There is growing appreciation of the importance of the mechanical properties of the tumor microenvironment on disease progression. However, the role of extracellular matrix (ECM) stiffness and cellular mechanotransduction in epithelial ovarian cancer (EOC) is largely unknown There is growing appreciation of the importance of the mechanical properties of the tumor microenvironment on disease progression.