Examples of Keystone in a sentence
Keystone gene upregulation in the context of their pathwaysIn our data the developmental‐process genes appear to have slightly elevated expression levels compared to the other protein coding genes (Figures 2, 3, and 4b), suggesting an expected and general recruitment of the pathways required for organogenesis.
So much for her alleged “fact file.” Even if she were a Keystone Kop, I wouldn’t judge her a threat.
See the web site of Keystone Accountability ( http://www.keystoneaccountability.org/about/background); Irene Guijt,Assessing and Learning for Social Change: A Discussion Paper.
Set up the shell to access Keystone as the administrative user: # source ~/keystonerc_admin 2.
QlikBAM currently includes ten dashboards focused on student and school performance: - AGI (Average Growth Index); - Benchmarks Performance; - Climate Matters (Attendance, Suspensions, and Serious Incidents); - Course Marks & Credits (AG1); - District-Wide Surveys; - Enrollment (October 1 Snapshot); - PSSA & Keystone Performance; - Reading Levels (AG2: Aimsweb, Independent and Instructional Reading Levels); - School Progress Reports (SPR); and - Alternative Education Progress Reports (AEPR).