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SAE technical paper series, Volume 2005-01-2793.
.... The author reviews the action mechanisms of aromatics on human physiology to recognize neurophysiological and psychophysiological benefits as well as limit of use. Several applications using aromatic plants modalities are suggested to further develop the design of Space horticulture units and devices. 
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by Chugani, Diane C and Chugani, Harry T and Wiznitzer, Max and Parikh, Sumit and Evans, Patricia A and Hansen, Robin L and Nass, Ruth and Janisse, James J and Dixon-Thomas, Pamela and Behen, Michael and Rothermel, Robert and Parker, Jacqueline S and Kumar, Ajay and Muzik, Otto and Edwards, David J and Hirtz, Deborah and Jiang, Huiyuan and Sivaswamy, Lalitha and Steinhilber, Ginger and Kennedy, Kristin and Pawlik, Kathy and Roeder, Ruth and Malian, Monica and Turner, Hailey and Hanna, Amira and Katusin, Jamie and Supula, Deanna and Halverson, Stacey and Guy, William and Gjolaj, Nore and Mangner, Thomas and Chakraborty, Pulak and Wigeluk, Angela and Patterson, Gregory and Mosqueda, Andrew and Burkett, Melissa and DeBoard, Anna and Cornett, Jane and Lee, Mei-li and Lu, Xin and Germain, Catherine and Majkowski, Marianne and French, Beth and Stolinski, Amy and Naguib, Suzi and Wolfe-Christensen, Courtney and Taylor, Sara and Ameli, Jamal and McQueeney, Julie Kemp and Rubinlicht, Michelle and Gorka, Bethany and Zacharski, Erin and Blumer, Jeffrey L and Maxwell, Kathleen and Tasi, Catherine and Toltzis, Philip and Kalic, Jolee and Morus, Dianne and Paulett, Jany and Rosolowski, Bonnie and Banchy, Michael and Westlake, Kathryn and Calabro, Barbara and Tacket, Carol and Adkins, Ina and Buchheit, Kenneth and Hepper, Kathryn and Speicher, David and Bergant, Susan and Haky, Jennifer and Frohnapfel, Mary Beth and Schaefer, Cindy and Browning, Allison and Bauer, Roberta and Embacher, Rebecca and Knapp, Julie and Levy, Stephanie and Davies, Diane and Lach, Donna and Petrich, John and Kreischer, Sharon and Blubaugh, Patty and Morris, Mary Ann and Garver, Carolyn and Andersen, Mariam and Greene, Meredith and Richards, Amanda and Rocha, Maria and Merryman, Ruth and Golla, Sailaja and Lorenzen, Alan and Sherrod, Julie Long and Perryman, Paulette and Lorduy, Kara and Angkustsiri, Kathleen and Plumer, Lauren Back and Siy Leigh, Mary Jacena and Bacalman, Susan C and Roa, Dorcas Liriano and Govindappa, Kushma and ... and Autism Center of Excellence Network and Autism Ctr Excellence Network
The Journal of pediatrics, ISSN 0022-3476, 2016, Volume 170, pp. 45 - 53.e4
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Illumina Technology Records - unstructured, 07/2005
.... The author reviews the action mechanisms of aromatics on human physiology to recognize neurophysiological and psychophysiological benefits as well as limit of use. Several applications using aromatic plants modalities are suggested to further develop the design of Space horticulture units and devices. 
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07/2005, SAE Technical Paper Series
.... The author reviews the action mechanisms of aromatics on human physiology to recognize neurophysiological and psychophysiological benefits as well as limit of use. Several applications using aromatic plants modalities are suggested to further develop the design of Space horticulture units and devices. 
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55th International Astronautical Congress 2004; Vancouver; Canada; 4-8 Oct. 2004, ISSN 0146-3705, 10/2004, pp. 1 - 11
.... The authors focus on the human neurophysiological mechanisms which can explain this occurrence... 
Conference Proceeding
55th International Astronautical Congress 2004; Vancouver; Canada; 4-8 Oct. 2004, ISSN 0146-3705, 10/2004, pp. 1 - 11
.... The authors focus on the human neurophysiological mechanisms which can explain this occurrence... 
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55th International Astronautical Congress; Vancouver; Canada; 4-8 oct. 2004, 01/1901
.... The authors focus on the human neurophysiological mechanisms which can explain this occurrence... 
Conference Proceeding
55th International Astronautical Congress; Vancouver; Canada; 4-8 oct. 2004, 01/1901
.... The authors focus on the human neurophysiological mechanisms which can explain this occurrence... 
Conference Proceeding
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Art Journal: Conservation and Art History, ISSN 0004-3249, 06/1995, Volume 54, Issue 2, pp. 33 - 39
Andean tapestries are impressive for bold design, brilliant color, and exquisite craftsmanship. This immediate impression belies a vast body of information... 
Looms | Highlands | Incan culture | Weft | Tunics | Tapestry | Weaving | Warps | Yarns | Textiles | ART | Incan civilization | Art history | Native North Americans
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