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NEW SPEC UNIT 4 (TOPIC 5)

NEW SPEC UNIT 4 (TOPIC 5)

Users may need to adapt the risk assessment information to local circumstances.. Activity 5.7 Student Sheet.[r]

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NEW SPEC UNIT 4 (TOPIC 6)

NEW SPEC UNIT 4 (TOPIC 6)

It is possible to carry out practical PCR using equipment available from a number of suppliers including NCBE (National Centre for Biotechnology Education), Bio-Rad and Discovering DNA. Although all these organisations supply automated PCR thermal cyclers, they are not absolutely necessary. Instead, PCR can be undertaken using three separate thermostatically controlled water baths, although care must be taken with the hottest as a risk of scalding exists. Note that during Science Year (September 2001–July 2002) many schools, colleges and initial teacher training institutions received free PCR equipment. This may have been ‘mislaid’ or tidied away, so check the prep. room before investing in any new kit.
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NEW SPEC UNIT 5 (TOPIC 8)

NEW SPEC UNIT 5 (TOPIC 8)

Not only is oestrogen involved in the female reproductive system, it now seems that it plays a part in a variety of brain functions, including memory. For older women whose supplies of the hormone have tapered off after menopause, this has huge implications. Oestrogen acts as an antioxidant, with research showing that high levels can reduce the destruction of neurones by radicals. The hormone acts as a neuroprotectant, avoiding the damage that contributes to the development of Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and stroke. A large randomised trial with a placebo control showed that giving oestrogen to women after the menopause can halve their risk of developing Alzheimer’s. The downside of oestrogen use as an antioxidant treatment is that the hormone would cause the development of female secondary sexual characteristics in men, and increase the risk of uterine and breast cancer in women. Chemists modified the oestrogen molecule to form a shorter molecule called 2,4,6-trimethyl phenol (TMP), which does not bind to oestrogen receptors, but still has antioxidant properties. Animal experiments may give an insight into its effectiveness as a neuroprotectant. Studies on mature rats have shown that the hormone can foster new neurone connections and thus strengthen the neural network.
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NEW SPEC UNIT 2 (TOPIC 4)

NEW SPEC UNIT 2 (TOPIC 4)

To say he’s obsessed with beetles is not enough. He is possessed, and has been since he was 17, in the 1960s, when he came to the museum and wanted to work on mammals. “But there wasn’t an opening, so I got beetles”, he says, with a shudder of someone who narrowly escaped a life-deforming accident. He has been here ever since. In a couple of years he’ll have to retire, and it doesn’t bear thinking about, so he doesn’t, and burrows on. I gave him my little beetle and waited. “Yes, well, it’s carnivorous, a predator”. Called? “Oh, I don’t know. It’s probably an unrecorded species.” You mean I’ve discovered a new beetle? “Perhaps, I’ll have to check.” My mind races – a new species. I see papers in serious magazines, lecture tours, awards, honorary fellowships. A grateful nation. A beard – and a name: my name, appended to the great roll call of life. “Gill’s salt beetle.” And I can’t
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NEW SPEC UNIT 2 (TOPIC 3)

NEW SPEC UNIT 2 (TOPIC 3)

A small tropical fish about 4 cm in length, the zebrafish is playing a major role in helping scientists study the role of genes in development and find genes in other animals, including humans. Adult zebrafish produce hundreds of transparent embryos, which complete their development in less than 3 days. Sequencing of its entire genome, which is only half the size of that of a mouse or human, is allowing scientists to study how mutations affect the way the embryos develop and identify the function of genes in the human genome. An international team, led by researchers at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, found that 70% of protein-coding human genes and 84% of genes known to be associated with human disease, are related to genes found in zebrafish.
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Experimental Design to Improve Topic Analysis Based Summarization

Experimental Design to Improve Topic Analysis Based Summarization

ferences (TAC, 2010; TAC, 2011) with individual team reports (Delort and Alfonseca, 2011; Lui et al., 2011; Mason and Charniak, 2011). Nenkova and McKeown (2012; 2011) included topic anal- ysis among standard methods in their surveys of text summarization methodologies. Haghighi and Vanderwende (2009) explored extensions of LDA topic analysis for use in multiple document sum- marization tasks. Yet there are many control set- tings that can affect summarization that have not been explicitly studied or documented, and that are important for reproducing research results.

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Biography – Leonid M. Parfenov  (1937–2002)

Biography – Leonid M. Parfenov (1937–2002)

Leonid was born on 19 February 1937, in Vladimir, in European Russia. He finished high school with a sil- ver medal, and graduated with honors in geology from M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University in 1959. He was posted to the Institute of Geology and Geophysics of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR in Novosibirsk, where he earned his Kandidat degree in 1965 with a dissertation enti- tled “The Precambrian Structure of the Eastern Sayan”. His first paper was published in 1961 and was devoted to clar- ifying terms used in tectonics, a topic which he continued throughout his career. He stayed at the institute until 1970 working on the Precambrian of Siberia and other continents and simultaneously teaching at Novosibirsk State University. In 1970–1971, Leonid was awarded a prestigious position as visiting researcher at Liverpool University in England. Undoubtedly, it was at this time that he was exposed to plate tectonics, a theory which had not yet gained much credence in the Soviet Union. He also began to make acquaintance with various researchers in the western petroleum industry.
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ANALYSIS OF SP’s [4][5][7] UNIT STEP FUNCTION THROUGH EXAMPLES

ANALYSIS OF SP’s [4][5][7] UNIT STEP FUNCTION THROUGH EXAMPLES

Thus Unit Step u(t) signal takes two 90 degrees shifts – first shift in anticlockwise direction and second shift in clockwise direction with a unit height (amplitude) and finally extends towards right side (positive) infinity. Hence, plotting of u(t) by using angles can be shown as in figure 2. This plot has total four steps, hence I will call it is a “STEP BY STEP” plot of unit step function. The steps can be referred in [5][7].

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Land Cover  Annual Topic Update 1999  Topic Report no  4/2000

Land Cover Annual Topic Update 1999 Topic Report no 4/2000

ETC/LC is organised as a consortium of 16 partners as listed in table 1. The ETC/LC lead organisation is Satellus, a subsidiary of the Swedish Space Corporation and previously known as Miljödatacentrum (MDC). The Centro Nacional de Informação Geográfica (CNIG) and the European Commission Joint Research Centre (JRC) are co-leaders. The needs for research and development of methods identified in relation to the land cover topic are carried out and funded separately by the Joint Research Centre, Space Application Institute. Since July 1997, the PHARE Topic Link on Land Cover (PTL/LC, financed by the DG Enlargement Phare Programme) has extended the activities of the ETC/LC towards central and eastern Europe. The work of PTL/LC is integrated in the ETC/LC work plan. Specific information on products and progress of work of ETC/LC and PTL/LC can be found on the websites http://ptl.gisat.cz/ptl/ and http://etc-lc.eionet.eu.int/.
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unit 4

unit 4

[2] Moy. P., Krishnan. N., Ulloa, P., Cohen, S., Brandt-Rauf, P. W. Options for management of municipal solid waste in New York City: a preliminary comparison of health risks and policy implications. Journal of Environment Management, 2008, 87, 73–9.

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Unit 5 Notes

Unit 5 Notes

distance a deer mouse will travel for food ( y ) is related to the distance from the food to the nearest pile of fine woody debris ( x ).. In a study, researchers were interested in ho[r]

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Unit 5 Syllabus.docx

Unit 5 Syllabus.docx

 You will be graded based on an ORAL QUIZ in which you discuss the activity you completed and provide a detailed answer to the Objective question. If the teacher feels that you have learned the objective, he/she will sign your paper to indicate that you have earned the points. YOU MUST TURN IN THE PAPER WITH ALL YOUR SIGNATURES AT THE END OF THE UNIT.

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Unit 5 - Probability

Unit 5 - Probability

increases, the estimate of the probability of an event gets closer to the true or real probability. The probability of obtaining a 4 when I throw a fair die is . On the other hand, if we are not sure that the die is fair, the probability could be arrived at by conducting several throws and

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unit-5.ppt

unit-5.ppt

• An elementFormDefault attribute with the value qualified to indicate that all elements defined in the target namespace must be namespace qualified (either with a prefix or default)[r]

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Unit - 5 XML.pdf

Unit - 5 XML.pdf

One solution to the first problems is to allow for group of users with common needs to define their own tags and attributes and then use the SGML standard to define a new markup language to meet those needs. Each application area would have its own markup language.

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Unit 5 notes

Unit 5 notes

 producing a current by moving a wire through a magnetic field.  some microphones[r]

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EVS- Unit 5

EVS- Unit 5

The rapid growth of the global population for the past 100 years from the difference between the rate of birth and death.. Table.5.[r]

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UNIT-5 PM.pdf

UNIT-5 PM.pdf

UNIDO approach is limited to domestic boundaries (measures cost and benefits in terms of domestic rupees) where as, L-M approach considers international aspects also (measures cost and b[r]

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Negative and factive islands revisited

Negative and factive islands revisited

In the framework developed here, we may view this change of modality in the embedded clause as a morphological expression in the embedded clause of the operator - variable relation between negation and C°: the negation bound C° triggers the subjunctive mood in the embedded clause. Embedded Cs of volitional verbs, factive verbs, and claim type verbs cannot be bound by the negation of the matrix verb. The semantic value which volitional verbs, factive verbs, and claim type verbs attribute to their embedded C° does not allow this C° to function as a variable for negation. In this way, we can formally represent our informal observation that the matrix and embedded clauses of these verbs have independent truth value domains. The adjunct vs. argument asymmetries of negated believe type verbs can now be explained straightforwardly. Wh- phrases moving successive cyclically to the higher clause will pick up the negative value of the embedded C° by Spec - Head agreement while moving through the embedded [Spec, CP]. This means that by passing through the [Spec, CP] position, Wh- phrases become themselves variables of negation by Spec - Head agreement with the negation-variable C. The Wh- phrases moved to the [Spec, CP] of the matrix verb then end up as elements with a negative feature, the value of a negation-bound variable. It is well known that general principles governing operator - variable relations at Logical form require that a variable must be in the scope of its operator at LF. The Wh- elements in the matrix clause which have moved through the lower [Spec, CP] have become negative variables by doing so. These negation bound Wh- elements are not in the scope of the negative operator at S-structure. Consequently, the resulting sentences will be excluded in LF.
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What encourages student participation in online discussions

What encourages student participation in online discussions

more from participation in the online discussion other than just participation marks. Social interaction was very important to the students including forming friendships, offering advice, empathy and encouragement to continue studying in this new learning environment. Students who had previously studied via traditional paper based distance education also remarked that interaction with other students helped to overcome isolation and provided mutual support. They stated that their research showed evidence that students had intrinsic motivation for engaging in online discussions and that student interactions were based on more than just gaining an assessment grade but rather sharing understanding and supporting each other which showed deeper social and learning communication networks.
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