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, Tableau 6.6. Indicateurs de mobilité et d?immobilité sur l?échelle des revenus durant une période de trois ans

, Les délais requis pour créer une entreprise ont été réduits dans pratiquement tous les États et dans la ville de Mexico, Pétri. Après 2-3 jours de croissance à l'obscurité, les mycéliums ont été prélevés, broyés à l'aide de billes dans un Fastprep, puis mélangés dans un ratio 1:1:1. Ce mélange a été inoculé dans un milieu liquide PD, vol.7, 2013.

. Pétri, Après 2-3 jours de croissance à l'obscurité, les mycéliums ont été prélevés, broyés à l'aide de billes dans un Fastprep, puis mélangés avec un ratio 1:1:1 (QM6a 1-1 : QM6a 1-2 : ?MAT), ou 1:1 :2 ou 1:1 :5. Le mélange a été (i) soit étalé sur l'intégralité de la boîte, (ii) soit inoculé au centre de la boîte avec différentes dilutions (1, 1/10 et 1/100) sur milieu PDA

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, Graphique 23.4. Les femmes ont été les principales bénéficiaires de la hausse des emplois très qualifiés

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, Graphique 2.24. En l?absence d?AIR, un examen postérieur à la mise en ?uvre est-il obligatoire ?

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