of these neurons and enhancement of adult neurogenesis is thought to benefit brain functions and protect against dementia and depression.
(1977) showed that 0.25 to 0.5 percent DDAC, which corresponds to an active retention
of 1.6 to 3.2 kg/[m.sup.3], could protect pine samples against brown-rot fungi Gloeophyllum trabeum and Poria placenta and white rot fungus Fomes gilvus.
Some colleges and universities have active retention
programs, including early warning systems to help failing students and summer bridge programs that provide an early introduction to college life for firstgeneration students.
It is easy to tell the difference between a CQC holster with the Active Retention System and one with the Pressure Adjustable Detent.
For anyone who does any of these things regularly, or for the active duty LEO, the Active Retention System is definitely the way to go.
An ideal solution would enable automated enforcement of policies, such as retention policies, to ensure that only files within active retention
periods exist on the storage system.
* Some records will require continued retention, but they will be candidates for transfer to offsite storage because they have surpassed their onsite or active retention time requirements.
Record Title The name of the record or record series Description A description of the record series, its contents, function, and purpose Retention Category/ Cross reference to citations/legal research Code/Citation Total Retention The total time period the record is required to be retained Active Retention The time period the records are to be retained in active or onsite office filing areas.
This patented system--they're not holsters anymore, they're systems--employs a positive and active retention
device on the outside of the holster.