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Et Al.

A Latin abbreviation meaning "and others." It is used in many contexts to state that there are other parties involved. For example, one may refer to the authors of a book written by Marinelli, Moreno and Sookiasian as "Marinelli et al." Likewise, legal documents would use the same shorthand if all three decided to sue their publisher.
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Segun MARTINS et al. (2004a), los peces expuestos a estres muestran aumento en el numero de leucocitos y hematocrito despues de 50, un estres continuo provoca la reduccion en el numero de leucocitos y posterior aumento de hematocrito, yen ambos casos se relacionan con neutrofilia y linfopenia.
La correlacion entre VCM y HCM registrada por BITTENCOURT et al. (2003), coincide con la encontrada en este estudio, por tanto estan ligados al valor toral de eritrocitos, hemoglobina y hematocrito, al igual que con el indice CHCM, por lo que al modificarse uno de estos valores los demas tambien se modificaran, coincidiendo con SERIANI et al.
Lecanora rhizinata Poelt, Barreno & Rico -- PA: Sanders (1994); SA: Sanders & Ascaso (1997), Sanders (1994); SG: Manrique & Sancho (1987), Poelt et al. (1983), Ve zda (1986).
-- AV: Sancho (1988); LE: Terron (1997), Terron et al. (2000a), Terron et al.
* Nichols et al studied the effects of prolonged tube retention on tympanic membrane healing in 67 children (99 ears).
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In general, pyroxene-bearing rocks, granites, and granodiorites have higher magnetic susceptibilities than metavolcanic and metasedimentary rocks (except iron formation) and associated tonalites and diatexites (Pilkington and Percival 1999, 2001; Leclair et al. 2002a).