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  1. UG in Imitation

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    李香

    2007-01-01

    UG and imitation are two parallel hypotheses trying to answer how childrens language acquisition is realized. Imitation fails to explain how children acquire language; however, it helps a lot in childrens language acquisition.

  2. Julian Schwinger — Personal Recollections

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    Martin, Paul C.

    We're gathered here today to salute Julian Schwinger, a towering figure of the golden age of physics — and a kind and gentle human being. Even at our best universities, people with Julian's talent and his passion for discovery and perfection are rare — so rare that neither they nor the rest of us know how to take best advantage of their genius. The failure to find a happier solution to this dilemma in recent years has concerned many of us. It should not becloud the fact that over their lifetimes, few physicists, if any, have surmounted this impedance mismatch more effectively than Julian, conveying not only knowledge but lofty values and aspirations directly and indirectly to thousands of physicists…

  3. Julian Meltzoff (1921-2015).

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    Sherman, Mark

    2016-01-01

    Presents an obituary for Julian Meltzoff, who died on December 22, 2015, in his La Jolla, California home. Meltzoff was a major architect of modern clinical psychology. His innovative contributions in the arena of human service delivery, his empirical evaluations of the efficacy of psychotherapy, and his creative strategy for training clinical psychologists were truly ground breaking. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2016 APA, all rights reserved).

  4. In Memory of Julian Schwinger

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    Rabinowitz, M

    1994-01-01

    Although he was the recipient of a Nobel Prize and despite the greatness of his accomplishments, Julian Schwinger is almost an unsung hero of our age . He is relatively unknown to the general population, even though in the physics community he was a renowned theoretician and teacher of physics. He shared the 1965 Nobel Prize in physics with Richard P. Feynman and Shin'ichiro Tomonaga for their development of Quantum Electrodynamics (QED). Of these three extraordinary physicists, and even of all the physicists that worked on QED, his work was the most rigorous and mathematically exacting.

  5. Julian Schwinger (1918-1994)

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    Milton, K A

    2006-01-01

    Julian Schwinger's influence on Twentieth Century science is profound and pervasive. Of course, he is most famous for his renormalization theory of quantum electrodynamics, for which he shared the Nobel Prize with Richard Feynman and Sin-itiro Tomonaga. But although this triumph was undoubtedly his most heroic accomplishment, his legacy lives on chiefly through subtle and elegant work in classical electrodynamics, quantum variational principles, proper-time methods, quantum anomalies, dynamical mass generation, partial symmetry, and more. Starting as just a boy, he rapidly became the pre-eminent nuclear physicist in the late 1930s, led the theoretical development of radar technology at MIT during World War II, and then, soon after the war, conquered quantum electrodynamics, and became the leading quantum field theorist for two decades, before taking a more iconoclastic route during his last quarter century.

  6. An Appreciation of Berni Julian Alder

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    Hoover, William Graham

    2015-01-01

    Berni Julian Alder profoundly influenced my research career at the Livermore Laboratory and the Davis Campus' Teller Tech, beginning in 1962 and lasting for over fifty years. I very much appreciate the opportunity provided by his Ninetieth Birthday Celebration to review some of the many high spots along the way.

  7. Application of mesh network radios to UGS

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    Calcutt, Wade; Jones, Barry; Roeder, Brent

    2008-04-01

    During the past five years McQ has been actively pursuing integrating and applying wireless mesh network radios as a communications solution for unattended ground sensor (UGS) systems. This effort has been rewarded with limited levels of success and has ultimately resulted in a corporate position regarding the use of mesh network radios for UGS systems. A discussion into the background of the effort, the challenges of implementing commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) mesh radios with UGSs, the tradeoffs involved, and an overview of the future direction is presented.

  8. Julian B. Rotter (1916-2014).

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    Strickland, Bonnie R

    2014-01-01

    One of the most influential psychologists of the 20th century, Julian B. Rotter, died at the age of 97 on January 6, 2014, at his home in Mansfield, Connecticut. Jules was born on October 22, 1916, in Brooklyn, New York, the third son of Jewish immigrant parents. As noted in the citation for his American Psychological Association (APA) Award for Distinguished Scientific Contributions, "his pioneering social learning framework...transformed behavioral approaches to personality and clinical psychology. He integrated the concepts of expectancy and reinforcement and built an enduring early bridge between the psychology of learning and its diverse social, clinical, and personality applications. His seminal studies of the variable of internal versus external locus of control provided the foundation for years of prolific research on choice and perceived control in several disciplines...Julian Rotter, by his writing, teaching, and personal example,...profoundly changed theory and practice in the field" (American Psychologist, 1989, p. 625). He was devoted to his family and shared his insights, his empathy, his compassion, and his admirable social conscience with them, as he did with his myriad friends and students.

  9. lUGS Executive Committee meets

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    2005-01-01

    The IUGS Executive Committee (EC) met (55th meeting) March 19-22, 2005, in Vilnius, Lithuania, a city with a storied history that dates from the year 1323. The meeting was jointly hosted by the Geological Survey of Lithuania, Vilnius University, and the lUGS Commission on Geoscience for Environmental Management. Prior to the formal meeting, EC members and meeting observers were conducted on a superb field excursion to view aspects of the Quaternary geology and environmental history of the Lithuanian maritime region.

  10. Climate Prediction Center (CPC) Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) Index

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — The Climate Prediction Center (CPC) Madden Julian Oscillation index (MJO) is a dataset that allows evaluation of the strength and phase of the MJO during the dataset...

  11. Monitoring the Madden-Julian oscillation with geopotential height

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    Leung, Jeremy Cheuk-Hin; Qian, Weihong

    2017-09-01

    This paper examines the three-dimensional geopotential height structure of the Madden-Julian oscillation (MJO) and proposes that the MJO convection signals can be well reflected by upper-tropospheric zonal anomalous height gradient (ZAHG, \

  12. Wireless mesh networked radios optimized for UGS applications

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    Calcutt, Wade; Williams, Jonathan; Jones, Barry

    2010-04-01

    Wireless mesh networked (WMN) radios have been applied to unattended ground sensor (UGS) applications for a number of years. However, adapting commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) WMN protocols and hardware for UGS applications has not yielded the desired performance because of compromises inherent to these existing radios. As a leading provider of UGS systems, McQ Inc. has been developing custom WMN protocols and radio hardware that are adapted specifically for the unique scenarios of the UGS situation. This paper presents the McQ designs, the tradeoffs made in developing the designs, and test and performance results.

  13. 46 CFR 54.01-35 - Corrosion (modifies UG- 25).

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    2010-10-01

    ... (incorporated by reference; see 46 CFR 54.01-1) except as noted otherwise in this section. (b) The pressure... 46 Shipping 2 2010-10-01 2010-10-01 false Corrosion (modifies UG- 25). 54.01-35 Section 54.01-35... General Requirements § 54.01-35 Corrosion (modifies UG- 25). (a) Vessels or portions of vessels subject...

  14. An epistemology of facilitation: A Julian M�ller story

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    H. Elmo Pienaar

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available The article furthered an epistemology of facilitation. It was created through bringing into focus broad movements in Julian M�ller�s theoretical academic development. Rather than explaining at length the epistemological concepts characterising M�ller�s theoretical development � rightly because of the importance of narrative in Julian M�ller�s work � the article sought to link a social psychological dimension of both M�ller and the author to these concepts. Resulting from M�ller�s work, the author regarded a narrative approach, social constructionism and postfoundationalism as important epistemological conversational partners in practical theological facilitation.

  15. Military-geographic evaluation of the Julian Alps area

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    Zvonimir Bratun

    1999-12-01

    Full Text Available The Julian Alps have been of military significance since Roman times in a military geographic sense because of its valleys, mountain passes and lines of defence on mountain ridges. They became especially important in the 19th and 20th century. The largest mountain front in World War I was located there,and evidence of that front is still visible today. The border between Italy and Yugoslavia in the heart of the Julian Alps was clearly a line of demarcation along the Soča and Sava watersheds and was reinforced with fortification, obstacles and trenches. During the Cold War, there was an ideological line of demarcation along the western edge of the Julian Alps as well. Military strategy in that area included the use of military geographic approaches in both westerly and easterly directions. After the geopolitical changes of 1991, the Julian Alps no longer had same military geographic significance in terms of Slovenian national security. Today other military activities are more important: training under mountains conditions for NATO soldiers, non-commissioned and commissioned officers takes place in the Pokljuka region and on the Triglav mountain chain. Military facilities have been taken on significance in the terms of tourism as well.

  16. 窥探UGS PLM Solutions易主幕后

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    孟杰

    2004-01-01

    2003年11月EDS公司正式将其旗下子公司EDS PLM Solutions更名为了UGS PLM Solutions,成为当时业界广为传播的热门话题。正当人们对EDS的举措纷纷猜测其将大张旗鼓力推PLM业务之时,2004年3月14日又传来了私人投资集团以20.5亿美元现金将UGS PLM Solutions(原EDS PLM Solutions)收购的消息,这一具有

  17. Research of the Secondary Development on UG%关于UG软件二次开发的研究

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    李继豪; 崇凯

    2004-01-01

    本文综述了UG/Open工具集中的UG/Open GRIP、UG/Open API、UG/Open Menuscript和UG/Open UIStyler模块的特点,着重介绍了UG/Open API高级用户接口语言与对话框编辑器UG/Open UIStyler相结合进行开发的实现方法.

  18. Julian Schwinger the physicist, the teacher, and the man

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    1996-01-01

    In the post-quantum-mechanics era, few physicists, if any, have matched Julian Schwinger in contributions to and influence on the development of physics. A deep and provocative thinker, Schwinger left his indelible mark on all areas of theoretical physics; an eloquent lecturer and immensely successful mentor, he was gentle, intensely private, and known for being "modest about everything except his physics". This book is a collection of talks in memory of him by some of his contemporaries and his former students: A Klein, F Dyson, B DeWitt, W Kohn, D Saxon, P C Martin, K Johnson, S Deser, R Fin

  19. 朱利安·赫胥黎%Julian Huxley

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    焦玉洁

    2011-01-01

    @@ 朱利安·赫胥黎(Julian Huxley),1887年6月生于英国伦敦市,1975年2月去世,是英网著名的动物学家、哲学家、教育家和作家.他曾担任联合国教育科学文化组织第一届总干事,也是世界自然基金会(WWF)创始成员之一.作为生物学家,他提倡自然选择,是现代综合进化论领军人物.

  20. Review of: Julian Rivers, The Law of Organized Religions. Between Establishment and Secularism

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    Vinding, Niels Valdemar

    2011-01-01

    Julian Rivers, The Law of Organized Religions. Between Establishment and Secularism, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010. ISBN: 978-0-19-922610-8 (Hardback), pp. li + 368.......Julian Rivers, The Law of Organized Religions. Between Establishment and Secularism, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010. ISBN: 978-0-19-922610-8 (Hardback), pp. li + 368....

  1. Mathematical Modelling of Gas Fields Conversion into UGS Facilities

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    Štefanoviè Michal

    2004-09-01

    Full Text Available Nowadays the application of mathematical simulation at assessing the suitability of reservoirs for conversion into UGS facilities is a world-wide standard practice. The higher is the quality of input reservoir data (3-D seismic, well logging, core analyses, welltesting, regular pressure and volume parameters monitoring the better is the reliability of reservoir simulation results. This paper is focused at presenting the assessment results of two depleted gas fields conversions into UGS facilities by using mathematical modelling. The gas reservoirs are very similar with respect to their gas deposit depths, GIP values, lithological trap types and rock properties. Both these reservoirs structures represent lithological types of traps and are formed from complex sandstone layers interbedded with clay bands. Accordingly the reservoir simulation results, in the first case the further gas field conversion was not recommended, the conversion suitability of the second reservoir structure was acknowledged.

  2. Herpetofaunal richness of San Julian Universitary Farm, Patulul, Suchitepequez, Guatemala

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    Dennis Guerra-Centeno

    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available The herpetofaunal richness of San Julian Universitary Farm (FUSJ, in Patulul, Suchitepequez, Guatemala, was investigated using three methods: (1 Capture/sighting of specimens, (2 social inquiry and (3 desk research. The field work was distributed over a 10 year period (2003-2013 at a rate of six fieldwork sessions each year. A 4.5 km long transect extending through the agricultural landscape of the farm was run repeatedly. Each fieldwork session included diurnal and nocturnal travels. The accumulated search time was 420 hr-transect. The equivalent to 337.5 of accumulated miles were traveled, including elevations between 1490 and 1833 feet above sea level. Three former hunters were interviewed and asked to identify species they think are present at the FUSJ. Published data were reviewed to determine which species were expected to occur in San Julian. Two lists (amphibians andreptiles totaling 97 species (including 95 expected, 38 found and 2 not expected was generated. The quality and significance of our data is discussed.

  3. When Will It Be ...?: U.S. Naval Observatory Sidereal Time and Julian Date Calculators

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    Chizek Frouard, Malynda R.; Lesniak, Michael V.; Bartlett, Jennifer L.

    2017-01-01

    Sidereal time and Julian date are two values often used in observational astronomy that can be tedious to calculate. Fortunately, the U.S. Naval Observatory (USNO) has redesigned its on-line Sidereal Time and Julian Date (JD) calculators to provide data through an Application Programming Interface (API). This flexible interface returns dates and times in JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) that can be incorporated into third-party websites or applications.Via the API, Sidereal Time can be obtained for any location on Earth for any date occurring in the current, previous, or subsequent year. Up to 9999 iterations of sidereal time data with intervals from 1 second to 1095 days can be generated, as long as the data doesn’t extend past the date limits. The API provides the Gregorian calendar date and time (in UT1), Greenwich Mean Sidereal Time, Greenwich Apparent Sidereal Time, Local Mean Sidereal Time, Local Apparent Sidereal Time, and the Equation of the Equinoxes.Julian Date can be converted to calendar date, either Julian or Gregorian as appropriate, for any date between JD 0 (January 1, 4713 BCE proleptic Julian) and JD 5373484 (December 31, 9999 CE Gregorian); the reverse calendar date to Julian Date conversion is also available. The calendar date and Julian Date are returned for all API requests; the day of the week is also returned for Julian Date to calendar date conversions.On-line documentation for using all USNO API-enabled calculators, including sample calls, is available (http://aa.usno.navy.mil/data/docs/api.php).For those who prefer using traditional data input forms, Sidereal Time can still be accessed at http://aa.usno.navy.mil/data/docs/siderealtime.php, and the Julian Date Converter at http://aa.usno.navy.mil/data/docs/JulianDate.php.

  4. Relevant Applications of Tools in UG NX CAM Module

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    Zhang En Guang

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, the methods to establish the custom magazine have been proposed while the UG NX CAM module is employed to conduct the CNC milling programming. At the same time, how to set the parameters of the cutting tool has been also analyzed; in the creation of tools, the use of shank and holder as well as the use of handle check functions in NC machining has been introduced; meanwhile, the secondary rough machining of corner and the application of clean-cut features have been discussed.

  5. Noble magnetic barriers in the ASDEX UG tokamak

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    Ali, Halima; Punjabi, Alkesh; Vazquez, Justin

    2010-02-01

    The second-order perturbation method of creating invariant tori inside chaos in Hamiltonian systems (Ali, H.; Punjabi, A. Plasma Phys. Contr. F. 2007, 49, 1565-1582) is applied to the axially symmetric divertor experiment upgrade (ASDEX UG) tokamak to build noble irrational magnetic barriers inside chaos created by resonant magnetic perturbations (m, n)=(3, 2)+(4, 3), with m and n the poloidal and toroidal mode numbers of the Fourier expansion of the magnetic perturbation. The radial dependence of the Fourier modes is ignored. The modes are considered to be locked and have the same amplitude δ. A symplectic mathematical mapping in magnetic coordinates is used to integrate magnetic field line trajectories in the ASDEX UG. Tori with noble irrational rotational transform are the last ones to be destroyed by perturbation in Hamiltonian systems. For this reason, noble irrational magnetic barriers are built inside chaos, and the strongest noble irrational barrier is identified. Three candidate locations for the strongest noble barrier in ASDEX UG are selected. All three candidate locations are chosen to be roughly midway between the resonant rational surfaces ψ32 and ψ43. ψ is the magnetic coordinate of the flux surface. The three candidate surfaces are the noble irrational surfaces close to the surface with q value that is a mediant of q=3/2 and 4/3, q value of the physical midpoint of the two resonant surfaces, and the q value of the surface where the islands of the two perturbing modes just overlap. These q values of the candidate surfaces are denoted by q MED, q MID, and q OVERLAP. The strongest noble barrier close to q MED has the continued fraction representation (CFR) [1;2,2,1∞] and exists for δ≤2.6599×10-4; the strongest noble barrier close to q MID has CFR [1;2,2,2,1∞] and exists for δ≤4.6311×10-4; and the strongest noble barrier close to q OVERLAP has CFR [1;2,2,6,2,1∞] and exists for δ≤1.367770×10-4. From these results, the strongest

  6. Analytical Review of Universal Grammar (UG Approach on Second Language Acquisition (SLA

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    Irwandy M.Pd

    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this paper is to explore the analysis of Universal Grammar (UG approach on Second Language Acquisition (SLA. This paper is significant as the sources for teacher or researcher of the second language since this elaboration is deeply focusing on the use of UG on SLA. The method used in this academic writing is inductive method of writing. Three main analyses namely Construct Knowledge of Language, Acquiring Language and Language Use are elaborated strongly in this paper. Furthermore, this paper concludes that UG is very important on teaching and learning of the second language in Indonesia. Keywords: Universal Grammar (UG, Second Language Acquisition (SLA

  7. Madden-Julian Oscillation impacts on tropical African precipitation

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    Zaitchik, Benjamin F.

    2017-02-01

    The Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) is the dominant mode of sub-seasonal climate variability in the global tropics. As such it represents an opportunity for intra-seasonal rainfall prediction and, perhaps, for explaining dynamics that underlie longer term variability and trends. This opportunity is of substantial interest for tropical Africa, where rainfall variability has significant impacts on agriculture, energy, and natural ecosystems. The objective of this review paper is to inventory and assess the state of knowledge of MJO influence on African rainfall. A number of studies have identified statistical links between MJO and sub-seasonal rainfall variability in West, East, and Southern Africa. The proposed mechanisms to explain this influence differ by region and by season, and they often involve multiscale interactions between local precipitation processes and MJO-associated atmospheric dynamics. Dynamically-based forecast systems have some skill in predicting MJO evolution to time horizons of 3-4 weeks, and some can capture teleconnections to Africa. On longer time scales, there is evidence that MJO activity both modulates and is modulated by the El Niño Southern Oscillation and the Indian Ocean Dipole. The implications of these interactions for MJO connections to Africa require further research, as does the potential for trends in MJO behavior and impacts on Africa under global climate change.

  8. 46 CFR 54.15-5 - Protective devices (modifies UG-125).

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    2010-10-01

    ... requirements of UG-125 through UG-136 of section VIII of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code (incorporated by reference; see 46 CFR 54.01-1) except as modified in this subpart. (b) An unfired steam boiler....15-15. (c) All pressure vessels other than unfired steam boilers shall be protected by...

  9. 46 CFR 54.10-15 - Pneumatic test (modifies UG-100).

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    2010-10-01

    ... 46 Shipping 2 2010-10-01 2010-10-01 false Pneumatic test (modifies UG-100). 54.10-15 Section 54.10... VESSELS Inspection, Reports, and Stamping § 54.10-15 Pneumatic test (modifies UG-100). (a) Pneumatic...) Except for enameled vessels, for which the pneumatic test pressure shall be at least equal to, but need...

  10. Applications of Universal Grammar (UG) in the ESL/EFL Classroom

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    Kirkwold, Lorne O.

    2007-01-01

    The article proposes Stern's (1983) framework for classifying issues related to instruction in order to ascertain the relevance of Universal Grammar (UG) in the ESL/EFL classroom. Discussed in this article, particularly as UG pertains to them, are issues related to: (a) L1 transfer; (b) teaching rules and giving error correction versus presenting…

  11. Analytical Review of Universal Grammar (UG) Approach on Second Language Acquisition (SLA)

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    Irwandy

    2015-01-01

    The aim of this paper is to explore the analysis of Universal Grammar (UG) approach on Second Language Acquisition (SLA). This paper is significant as the sources for teacher or researcher of the second language since this elaboration is deeply focusing on the use of UG on SLA. The method used in this academic writing is inductive method of…

  12. A Mechanism Denial Study on the Madden-Julian Oscillation

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    In-Sik Kang

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available A series of Madden-Julian oscillation (MJO mechanism-denial experiments is performed using an atmospheric general circulation model (AGCM. Daily climatological seasonal cycles of i surface latent heat flux, ii net radiative heating rate, and iii surface wind stress are obtained from a control simulation and prescribed in place of the normal interactive computations of these fields in order to turn off the i wind-induced surface heat exchange (WISHE, ii cloud-radiation interaction (CRI, and iii frictional wave-CISK (FWC mechanisms, respectively. Dual and triple mechanism denial experiments are also conducted by switching off multiple mechanisms together. The influence of each mechanism is assessed by comparing experiments with that mechanism turned off to those in which it is not. CRI and WISHE are both found to be important to the simulated MJO amplitude and propagation speed, while FWC has weaker and less systematic effects. The MJO is weakened when CRI is turned off, but strengthened when WISHE is turned off, indicating that CRI amplifies the MJO in the control simulation while WISHE weakens it. The negative influence of WISHE is shown to result from simulated phase relationships between surface winds, surface fluxes and convection which differ significantly from those found in observations, and thus is not interpreted as evidence against a positive role for WISHE in the development and maintenance of the observed MJO. The positive influence of CRI in the model is consistent with a strong simulated relationship between daily grid-point column-integrated radiative and convective heating; the mean ratio of the latter to the former exceeds 0.2 for rain rates less than 14 mm d-1. CRI is also shown to suppress an excessive excitation of the convectively coupled Kelvin wave so that the amplitude and frequency of the MJO is maintained.

  13. Memory Revisited in Julian Barnes's The Sense of an Ending

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    Maricel Oró Piqueras

    2014-02-01

    Full Text Available An accumulation of years brings with it an accumulation of experiences. The revision of such experiences usually becomes more recurrent after retirement, a transition time from one period of life to another and, as such, a time in which we, human beings, have a tendency to take stock of our lives. This is actually one of the main issues present in Julian Barnes's last novel The Sense of an Ending (2011. When the main protagonist, a retired man quite comfortable and contented with his present life, receives an unexpected inheritance from the mother of a girlfriend from his university years, he is forced to track down a part of his life that he had left at the back of his mind a long time ago. As he explains his story, the protagonist and narrator of the novel raises a number of questions related to the quality and function of memory as one gets into old age. He experiments the unreliability of memory and questions to what extent memory is constructed through the remembered emotions that invaded him over that episode of his life rather than through the events as they actually took place. On the other hand, the act of revisiting and revising that specific episode, brings with it feelings of guilt and remorse as the protagonist realises that his past acts were not as noble as he remembered them to be. However, these acts are part of the past and they cannot be changed; thus, another question that the novel raises is how to account for those actions of which one does not feel proud and, more importantly, how to manage those bad memories as one gets older

  14. The Madden-Julian Oscillation in NCEP Coupled Model Simulation

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    Wanqiu Wang Kyong-Hwan Seo

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available This study documents a detailed analysis on the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO simulated by the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP using the Global Forecast System (GFS model version 2003 coupled with the Climate Forecast System model (CFS consisting of the 2003 version of GFS and the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (GFDL Modular Ocean Model V.3 (MOM3. The analyses are based upon a 21-year simulation of AMIP-type with GFS and CMIP-type with CFS. It is found that air-sea coupling in CFS is shown to improve the coherence between convection and large-scale circulation associated with the MJO. The too fast propagation of convection from the Indian Ocean to the maritime continents and the western Pacific in GFS is improved (slowed down in CFS. Both GFS and CFS produce too strong intraseasonal convective heating and circulation anomalies in the central-eastern Pacific; further, the air-sea coupling in CFS enhances this unrealistic feature. The simulated mean slow phase speed of east ward propagating low-wavenumber components shown in the wavenumber-frequency spectra is due to the slow propagation in the central-eastern Pacific in both GFS and CFS. Errors in model climatology may have some effect upon the simulated MJO and two possible influences are: (i CFS fails to simulate the westerlies over maritime continents and western Pacific areas, resulting in an unrealistic representation of surface latent heat flux associated with the MJO; and (ii vertical easterly wind shear from the Indian Ocean to the western Pacific in CFS is much weaker than that in the observation and in GFS, which may adversely affect the eastward propagation of the simulated MJO.

  15. Stratigraphy of Julian and Tuvalian Substage in the Oslica at Muljava Area (Slovenia

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    Stevo Dozet

    2002-12-01

    Full Text Available The Julian and Tuvalian lithologic column in the Oslica area starts with dolomitic breccias with limonitic groundmass and with a bauxite giving evidence of areal expose on the boundary between Cordevolian and Julian. Afterwards, precepitation of carbonate rocks followed. In the lithological interval where the limestone breccias predominate, oncolitic horizons are most characteristic. The Carnian sedimentary succession in the Oslica is terminated by a dolomite with intercalations of marls, bedded micritic limestones and a darkgrey dolomite with a roundish disintegration. The lithological composition and sedimentological characteristics of the succession indicate an origin in the littoral environment.

  16. Simplified metrics for the identification of the Madden-Julian oscillation in models

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    Sperber, Kenneth R. [Lawrence Livermore National Lab. (LLNL), Livermore, CA (United States); Kim, Daehyun [Columbia Univ., New York, NY (United States)

    2012-07-01

    We propose simplified metrics to evaluate the fidelity with which the Madden–Julian oscillation (MJO) is simulated in climate models. These metrics are based on lag correlation analysis of principal component time series (PCs). The PCs are obtained by projecting simulated 20–100 day bandpass filtered daily outgoing longwave radiation onto the two leading empirical orthogonal functions of observed MJO variability. The simplified MJO metrics, the maximum positive correlation and time lag at which it occurs, provide consistent information relative to more complex diagnostics developed by the Madden–Julian Oscillation Working Group (CLIVAR MJOWG) and by Kim et al.

  17. Forging die designing and manufacturing technology based on UG NX%基于UG NX的锻造模具设计和制造技术

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    杨金岭

    2008-01-01

    针对锻造模具设计、制造CAD/CAM,研究了基于UG NX平台上CAD/CAM的设计方法,主要结合实际情况介绍了现今企业用UG NX进行锻造模具CAD/CAM设计、制造生产的一般过程、对从事锻造工作同仁具有借鉴意义.表明用UG NX进行锻造模具设计、制造CAD/CAM设计过程可以提高生产效率、降低成本、增强企业竞争力.

  18. Da teoria da embalagem à transparência total de Julian Assange

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    SILVA, Juremir Machado da

    2011-08-01

    Full Text Available This paper analyzes the radical assumption of the supremacy of pack compared to packed. Relates this hyper-real possibility with the role of Julian Assange and his Wikileaks to overcome a journalism based on control of the information delivery - broadcast content - and, paradoxically, increasingly subjected to the logic of appearance (packaging and image.

  19. Impacts of the Madden-Julian oscillation on Australian rainfall and circulation

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    Wheeler, M.C.; Hendon, H.H.; Cleland, S.; Meinke, H.B.; Donald, A.

    2009-01-01

    Impacts of the Madden¿Julian oscillation (MJO) on Australian rainfall and circulation are examined during all four seasons. The authors examine circulation anomalies and a number of different rainfall metrics, each composited contemporaneously for eight MJO phases derived from the real-time multivar

  20. Putting Ug99 on the map: An update on current and future monitoring

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    Hodson, D P; Nazari, K; Park, R F

    2011-01-01

    Monitoring System (GCRMS) is described. The current situation regarding the Ug99 lineage of races is outlined and the potential for expansion into important wheat areas is considered. The GCRMS has successfully tracked the spread and changes that are occurring within the Ug99 lineage and is now well......Detection of stem rust race TTKSK (Ug99) from Uganda in 1998/99 highlighted not only the extremely high vulnerability of the global wheat crop to stem rust but also a lack of adequate global systems to monitor such a threat. Progress in the development and expansion of the Global Cereal Rust...... positioned to detect and monitor future changes. The distribution of Ug99 variants possessing combined virulence to Sr31 and Sr24 is expanding rapidly and future spread outside of Africa is highly likely. Efficient and effective data management is now being achieved via the Wheat Rust Toolbox platform...

  1. UGS, UGV, and MAV in the 2007 C4ISR OTM Experiment

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    2008-04-01

    UGS, UGV, and MAV in the 2007 C4ISR OTM Experiment by Timothy G. Gregory, Jesse B. Kovach , Robert P. Winkler, and Christopher H. Winslow...20783-1197 ARL-TR-4419 April 2008 UGS, UGV, and MAV in the 2007 C4ISR OTM Experiment Timothy G. Gregory, Jesse B. Kovach , Robert P...AUTHOR(S) Timothy G. Gregory, Jesse B. Kovach , Robert P. Winkler, and Christopher H. Winslow 5f. WORK UNIT NUMBER 7. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME(S

  2. Processes controlling the surface temperature signature of the Madden–Julian Oscillation in the thermocline ridge of the Indian Ocean

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    Jayakumar, A.; Vialard, J.; Lengaigne, M.; Gnanaseelan, C.; McCreary, J.P.; PraveenKumar, B.

    During boreal winter, there is a prominent maximum of intraseasonal sea-surface temperature (SST) variability associated with the Madden–Julian Oscillation (MJO) along a Thermocline Ridge located in the southwestern Indian Ocean (5 degrees S–10...

  3. What It Feels Like To Hear Voices: Fond Memories of Julian Jaynes

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    Harnad, Stevan

    2008-01-01

    Julian Jaynes's profound humanitarian convictions not only prevented him from going to war, but would have prevented him from ever kicking a dog. Yet according to his theory, not only are language-less dogs unconscious, but so too were the speaking/hearing Greeks in the Bicameral Era, when they heard gods' voices telling them what to do rather than thinking for themselves. I argue that to be conscious is to be able to feel, and that all mammals (and probably lower vertebrates and invertebrates too) feel, hence are conscious. Julian Jaynes's brilliant analysis of our concepts of consciousness nevertheless keeps inspiring ever more inquiry and insights into the age-old mind/body problem and its relation to cognition and language.

  4. Fray Julian Garces. The Defender of the Indians (1527-1542

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    Juan Pablo Salazar Andreu

    2016-11-01

    Full Text Available Julian Garcés was the first bishop of Puebla de los Ángeles, playing a fundamental role in the founding of the new city, in a territory where the indigenous population was considerable and where the evangelization was just beginning. Despite his advanced age, fray Julian Garcés managed not only to found one of the most important cities of New Spain, but assisting in the protection of the natives, against the abuses of greedy conquerors. This research aims to show, by the historical and legal analysis and documentary technique, part of the work of this eminent prelate, who not only shape the city of Puebla de los Ángeles, but the protection of indigenous natives of the new world.

  5. Paleogeographic significance of Upper Triassic basinal succession of the Tamar Valley, northern Julian Alps (Slovenia

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    Gale Luka

    2015-08-01

    Full Text Available The Julian Alps (western Slovenia structurally belong to the eastern Southern Alps. The Upper Triassic succession mostly consists of shallow water platform carbonates of the Dolomia Principale-Dachstein Limestone system and a deep water succession of the Slovenian Basin outcropping in the southern foothills of the Julian Alps. In addition to the Slovenian Basin, a few other intraplatform basins were present, but they remain poorly researched and virtually ignored in the existing paleogeographic reconstructions of the eastern Southern Alps. Herein, we describe a deepening-upward succession from the Tamar Valley (north-western Slovenia, belonging to the Upper Triassic Tarvisio Basin. The lower, Julian-Tuvalian part of the section comprises peritidal to shallow subtidal carbonates (Conzen Dolomite and Portella Dolomite, and an intermediate carbonate-siliciclastic unit, reflecting increased terrigenous input and storm-influenced deposition (Julian-lowermost Tuvalian shallow-water marlstone and marly limestone of the Tor Formation. Above the drowning unconformity at the top of the Portella Dolomite, Tuvalian well-bedded dolomite with claystone intercalations follows (Carnitza Formation. The latter gradually passes into the uppermost Tuvalian–lowermost Rhaetian bedded dolomite with chert and slump breccias, deposited on a slope and/or at the toe-of-slope (Bača Dolomite. Finally, basinal thin-bedded bituminous limestone and marlstone of Rhaetian age follow (Frauenkogel Formation. The upper part of the Frauenkogel Formation contains meter-scale platform-derived limestone blocks, which are signs of platform progradation. The Tarvisio Basin may have extended as far as the present Santo Stefano di Cadore area, representing a notable paleogeographic unit at the western Neotethys margin.

  6. Deployment of a monitoring system of the TG's of UG-50Hz; Implantacao de sistema de monitoramento dos TGE's da UG-50Hz

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    Oliveira, Andre Luis de; Fortes, Fernando Zambotti; Salazar, Marcos Vinicios; Felix, Matussalem [Companhia Siderurgica Nacional (CSN), Volta Redonda, RJ (Brazil)

    2009-11-01

    The National Steel Company (CSN) has a plant for generating electricity at 50Hz, UG50Hz (Unit Generating 50Hz). The generating unit is in operation since the 40's as the only source of electricity at that time. The UG50Hz in terms of power, is composed of four (4) Turbine Generators. The UG50Hz has two generators of 5 MWh each and two generators from 10 MWh each, totaling 30 MWh installed. Actually, the participation is limited to the supply of electricity to 50Hz for some units of the metal and to attend to emergencies in the 50 Hz to 60 Hz lack of energy, and provides air blown to the blast furnace 2 and 3. The UG-50 Hz over the years has shown lack of information for its operation due to the fact that technology be fully designed with the typical time of implantation (1944). This contribution presents the technical results achieved with the deployment of a system for monitoring the operating parameters of the equipment with the replacement of obsolete equipment and installation of new features to the system. The equipment for measuring and monitoring of Turbine Generators are in obsolescence due to come into life high (over 50) and without operational conditions. The electric recorders (graphics cards) and other records of the operating variables (temperature, flow, pressure, etc.) have low precision and means for storing data on paper leading to massive loss of memory technology and operational deficiency in departures and stops for lack of consistent information. (author)

  7. 基于UG NX的产品设计重用性研究%Study on Product Design Reusability Based on UG NX

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    孙伟平

    2015-01-01

    Taking a normal Nylon cases for wheelset assembly as an example, this paper describes a method for product design reuse based on UG NX creatively. In general terms,there are essentially four steps in this design scheme:parameterized modeling, part families establishment ,application of reuse library, sharing reuse library. For more details ,users can achieve the component design reuse personally by taking advantage of modules of UG NX, such as reuse library ,etc. Furthermore , users can also share the reusable personal resource by creating a network. This scheme has significative and practical value in product design to improve efficiency and to reduce the cost by reducing the repetitive work of designers.%以轮对压装的尼龙保护套的设计为例,按照建模参数化、部件族的创建、重用库的运用、共享重用库的流程详细介绍了一套利用UG NX软件实现产品设计重用性的方法.在UG NX的部件族功能的基础上巧妙利用重用库等模块实现部件设计的个人重用,继而通过搭建共享网络实现局域网内多人共享设计重用资源. 该方案可以减少设计者的重复性工作,提高效率,降低成本,具有较好的实用价值.

  8. Effect of corn plant on survival and phenanthrene degradation capacity of Pseudomonas sp. UG14LR in two soils.

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    Chouychai, Waraporn; Thongkukiatkul, Amporn; Upatham, Suchart; Pokethitiyook, Prayad; Kruatrachue, Maleeya; Lee, Hung

    2012-07-01

    A study was undertaken to assess if corn (Zea mays L.) can enhance phenanthrene degradation in two soils inoculated with Pseudomonas sp. UG14Lr. Corn increased the number of UG14Lr cells in both soils, especially in the acidic soiL Phenanthrene was degraded to a greater extent in UG14Lr-inoculated or corn-planted soils than uninoculated and unplanted soils. The spiked phenanthrene was completely removed within 70 days in all the treatments in slightly alkaline soil. However, in acidic soil, complete phenanthrene removal was found only in the corn-planted treatments. The shoot and root lengths of corn grown in UG14Lr-inoculated soils were not different from those in non-inoculated soil between the treatments. The results showed that in unplanted soil, low pH adversely affected the survival and phenanthrene degradation ability of UG14Lr. Planting of corn significantly enhanced the survival of UG14Lr cells in both the bulk and rhizospheric soil, and this in turn significantly improved phenanthrene degradation in acidic soil. Re-inoculation of UG14Lr in the acidic soil increased the number of UG14Lr cells and enhanced phenanthrene degradation in unplanted soil. However, in corn-planted acidic soils, re-inoculation of UG14Lr did not further enhance the already active phenanthrene degradation occurring in both the bulk or rhizospheric soils.

  9. Draft Genome Sequence of Burkholderia gladioli Strain UCD-UG_CHAPALOTE (Phylum Proteobacteria)

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    Ettinger, Cassandra L.; Shehata, Hanan R.; Johnston-Monje, David; Raizada, Manish N.

    2015-01-01

    Here, we present the draft genome of Burkholderia gladioli strain UCD-UG_CHAPALOTE. This strain is an endophyte isolated from surface sterilized seeds of an ancient Mexican landrace of corn, Chapalote. The genome contains 8,527,129 bp in 109 scaffolds. PMID:25614570

  10. Remotely sensing the thickness of the bushveld complex UG2 platinum reef using borehole rada.

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    Simmat, CM

    2006-03-01

    Full Text Available departures of the reefs from planarity. Surveys are run in ~200 m near-horizontal boreholes that are drilled into the footwalls of the reef. Careful laboratory measurements of the Jonscher dielectric parameters of the stratigraphic column through the UG2 reef...

  11. Electromagnetic Radiation : Variational Methods, Waveguides and Accelerators Including seminal papers of Julian Schwinger

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    Milton, Kimball A

    2006-01-01

    This is a graduate level textbook on the theory of electromagnetic radiation and its application to waveguides, transmission lines, accelerator physics and synchrotron radiation. It has grown out of lectures and manuscripts by Julian Schwinger prepared during the war at MIT's Radiation Laboratory, updated with material developed by Schwinger at UCLA in the 1970s and 1980s, and by Milton at the University of Oklahoma since 1994. The book includes a great number of straightforward and challenging exercises and problems. It is addressed to students in physics, electrical engineering, and applied mathematics seeking a thorough introduction to electromagnetism with emphasis on radiation theory and its applications.

  12. Simulated National Identity and Ascendant Hyperreality in Julian Barnes’s England, England

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    Hassan Abootalebi H.; Niazi N.

    2015-01-01

    The paper sets out to analyze Julian Barnes’s novel England, England (1998) in the light of Jean Baudrillard’s concepts of simulation and hyperreality. According to Baudrillard, what we experience in today’s world is a simulation of reality superseded by signs and images, and therefore we are living in a hyperreal world. Barnes’s book offers a representative sample of hyperreal world in which Martha, the protagonist, finds herself troubled. Although initially she is impressed by the glamour o...

  13. A Spanish Bishop Remembers the Future: Oral Traditions and Purgatory in Julian of Toledo

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    Nancy P. Stork

    2008-03-01

    Full Text Available Stork considers Bishop Julian of Toledo and his seventh-century creation of one of the most influential works on Purgatory, the _Prognosticon Futuri Saeculi_. Enormously popular in Western Europe, it provided a convenient compendium of source material used by preachers and theologians for centuries. Though the work itself consists of citations from Patristic authors, Julian’s preface and the titles to each section reveal how, in a sort of spiritual “convivium” with his friend Idalius, he initially composed the book from memory. Surviving manuscripts show how the text was studied and transmitted in early monastic school settings.

  14. Sustainable mobility in Slovenian Julian Alps = Trajnostna mobilnost v slovenskem delu Julijskih Alp

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    Matej Ogrin

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Some mountainous areas, especially tourist areas, are facing traffic loads that exceed thecarrying capacity and bring problems to local residents, visitors, public services, etc. Trafficproblems can also cause a decrease of popularity of the tourist site and a decrease oftourist income; therefore, in some Alpine areas in Slovenia, measures have begun to betaken to decrease traffic loads, and to support measures of sustainable mobility. This articledeals with such measures and plans that have been taken in the Julian Alps of Slovenia todecrease the negative traffic impacts of tourism mobility in the municipalities of KranjskaGora, Bohinj and Bovec.

  15. Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Madden-Julian Oscillation Investigation Experiment Field Campaign Report

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    Long, Chuck [National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Boulder, CO (United States). Earth System Research Lab.

    2016-07-01

    Every 30–90 days during the Northern Hemisphere winter, the equatorial tropical atmosphere experiences pulses of extraordinarily strong deep convection and rainfall. This phenomenon is referred to as the Madden–Julian Oscillation, or MJO, named after the scientists who identified this cycle. The MJO significantly affects weather and rainfall patterns around the world (Zhang 2013). To improve predictions of the MJO—especially about how it forms and evolves throughout its lifecycle—an international group of scientists collected an unprecedented set of observations from the Indian Ocean and western Pacific region from October 2011 through March 2012 through several coordinated efforts. The coordinated field campaigns captured six distinct MJO cycles in the Indian Ocean. The rich set of observations capturing several MJO events from these efforts will be used for many years to study the physics of the MJO. Here we highlight early research results using data from the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Madden-Julian Oscillation Investigation Experiment (AMIE), sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Climate Research Facility.

  16. Realization of MBD model digitalization definition in UG/NX%基于模型的数字化定义在UG/NX中的实现

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    陶杰; 葛如海; 周临震

    2013-01-01

    Through studying the development process of DPD and in-depth analysis of the relationship between DPD and MBD, the importance of DPD as the basis of MBD technology application system was revealed. The content of Digital Product Definition, the definition method of GD&T in 3D model, the application of 3D cutaway view and the comments expression of non-geometry manufacturing information of air bag support were analyzed based on UG/ NX platform. In addition, the expression method of product manufacturing information under NX platform was given. DPD, as the basis of MBD technology, will completely change the information carrier from 2D drawings to 3D model and lead digital manufacturing technology to great changes.%通过探究DPD的发展历程,深入剖析DPD与MBD的关系,揭示了DPD作为MBD技术应用体系基础的重要性.以UG/NX软件为平台,以气囊下支座为研究对象,分析了DPD定义的内容,GD&T在三维数模中的定义方法,三维剖视图的应用及非几何信息的注释表达,明确了在NX平台下产品制造信息的表达方法.DPD作为MBD技术的基础,彻底将产品定义信息载体变更为三维模型,必将引起数字化制造技术的巨大变革.

  17. Analysis of the sediments of the Julian Adame Alatorre dam by the INAA; Analisis de sedimentos de la presa Julian Adame Alatorre por la tecnica de AANI

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    Oliva, J.E.; Lugo, J.F.; Mireles, F.; Quirino, L.L.; Davila, J.I.; Pinedo, J.L.; Rios, C. [UAZ, Cipres 10, Fracc. La Penuela, 98068 Zacatecas (Mexico); Miller, W.H. [Nuclear Science and Engineering Institute, E2433 Engineering Building East, University of Missouri-Columbia, MO 65211 (United States)]. e-mail: jeolivag@yahoo.com.mx

    2003-07-01

    Its were taken eight samples of sediment of the Julian Adame Alatorre dam located in the Villanueva municipality, in the State of Zacatecas, Mexico; with the end of determining the presence of elements of anthropogenic origin, as well as the concentration of the same ones. It was used the Instrumental neutron activation analysis (AANI) with a flow of thermal neutrons of 8 x 10{sup 13} and 5 x 10{sup 13} n cm{sup -2} s{sup -1}. With the purpose of determining the concentration of these elements at level of traces; finding presence of 32 elements among which its were find elements in greater concentrations and others at level of traces. Of these 32 elements, five of anthropogenic origin were identified which its were: Cr, Co, Zn, As and Mn; but that whose concentration is very low, in comparison with the one reported in other places of the world. In this work there are presented the obtained results of the elementary analysis of this samples. (Author)

  18. Is Julian Assange an International Version of Daniel Ellsberg and WikiLeaks the Modern Equivalent of the Pentagon Papers?

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    Freivogel, William H.

    2011-01-01

    History has placed the stamp of approval on the publication of the Pentagon Papers, the top-secret history of the Vietnam War. If WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange is another Daniel Ellsberg, then it is possible the website's disclosures will be viewed over time as similarly in the public interest. A classroom discussion on the release of…

  19. 78 FR 37792 - Mario Julian Martinez-Bernache, Inmate Number #95749-279, CI Big Spring, Corrections Institution...

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    2013-06-24

    ... Bureau of Industry and Security Mario Julian Martinez-Bernache, Inmate Number 95749-279, CI Big Spring, Corrections Institution, 2001 Rickabaugh Drive, Big Spring, TX 79720; Order Denying Export Privileges On March... this provision may be for a period of up to 10 years from the date of the conviction. 15 CFR...

  20. Is Julian Assange an International Version of Daniel Ellsberg and WikiLeaks the Modern Equivalent of the Pentagon Papers?

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    Freivogel, William H.

    2011-01-01

    History has placed the stamp of approval on the publication of the Pentagon Papers, the top-secret history of the Vietnam War. If WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange is another Daniel Ellsberg, then it is possible the website's disclosures will be viewed over time as similarly in the public interest. A classroom discussion on the release of…

  1. The Extratropical Influence of the Madden-Julian Oscillation on Wintertime Blocking

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    Henderson, S. A.; Maloney, E. D.; Barnes, E. A.

    2016-12-01

    Wintertime atmospheric blocking is associated with severe long-lasting weather conditions in the Northern Hemisphere. Studies have shown that the primary mode of tropical intraseasonal variability, the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO), significantly influences important factors for blocking, including the North Atlantic Oscillation and Rossby wave breaking. However, the extent to which the MJO impacts the occurrence of winter blocking is not yet fully understood. The occurrence of North Pacific, North Atlantic, and European blocking is examined during the lifecycle of the MJO. Findings demonstrate a significant MJO influence on atmospheric blocking in all three regions, with a near doubling in east Pacific, Atlantic, and European blocking frequency following certain MJO phases. It is suggested that the increase in European blocking is a result of two conditions: 1) a pre-existing anomalous anticyclone in the North Atlantic, and 2) a preceding negative Pacific-North American (PNA) pattern triggered and influenced by MJO convection.

  2. Simulated National Identity and Ascendant Hyperreality in Julian Barnes’s England, England

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    Hassan Abootalebi H.

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available The paper sets out to analyze Julian Barnes’s novel England, England (1998 in the light of Jean Baudrillard’s concepts of simulation and hyperreality. According to Baudrillard, what we experience in today’s world is a simulation of reality superseded by signs and images, and therefore we are living in a hyperreal world. Barnes’s book offers a representative sample of hyperreal world in which Martha, the protagonist, finds herself troubled. Although initially she is impressed by the glamour of the theme park named England, England later on she loses interest in it when she comes to realization that everything about it is fake. This condition, making her think of her own identity and true self, finally leads her to leave the theme park and settle in the village of Anglia where she hopes to discover her true nature and regain her lost happiness.

  3. Multiscale asymptotics for the Skeleton of the Madden-Julian Oscillation and Tropical-Extratropical Interactions

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    Chen, Shengqian; Stechmann, Samuel N

    2015-01-01

    A new model is derived and analyzed for tropical-extratropical interactions involving the Madden-Julian oscillation (MJO). The model combines (i) the tropical dynamics of the MJO and equatorial baroclinic waves and (ii) the dynamics of barotropic Rossby waves with significant extratropical structure, and the combined system has a conserved energy. The method of multiscale asymptotics is applied to systematically derive a system of ordinary differential equations (ODEs) for three-wave resonant interactions. Two novel features are (i) a degenerate auxiliary problem with overdetermined equations due to a compatibility condition (meridional geostrophic balance) and (ii) cubic self-interaction terms that are not typically found in three-wave resonance ODEs. Several examples illustrate applications to MJO initiation and termination, including cases of (i) the MJO, equatorial baroclinic Rossby waves, and barotropic Rossby waves interacting, and (ii) the MJO, baroclinic Kelvin waves, and barotropic Rossby waves inter...

  4. The "bicameral mind" 30 years on: a critical reappraisal of Julian Jaynes' hypothesis.

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    Cavanna, Andrea Eugenio; Trimble, Michael; Cinti, Federico; Monaco, Francesco

    2007-01-01

    In 1976 Julian Jaynes published his controversial book The Origins of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind, introducing the hypothesis of a two-chambered brain-mind model that preceded the evolutionary development of the conscious mind. Jaynes' speculative model gave rise to a huge debate, which has reverberated throughout the current neuroscientific and neurophilosophical literature. Has the bicameral mind stood the test of time? To answer this question, the present paper adopts a multidisciplinary perspective and, after briefly summarizing Jaynes' hypothesis, addresses two main critical issues: the neurological basis of the bicameral model and the philological accuracy of Jaynes' arguments. Finally, the concept of a non-unitary Self is presented as one of the most relevant contemporary legacies of the bicameral mind.

  5. Global association of the Madden-Julian Oscillation with monsoon lows and depressions

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    Haertel, Patrick; Boos, William R.

    2017-08-01

    Previous research has revealed that monsoon lows and depressions are modulated on intraseasonal time scales in a few regions, including India, Australia, and the East Pacific. This study examines whether such modulation occurs on a global scale and, in particular, how the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) is associated with changes in synoptic-scale vortices across all monsoon regions. The spatial climatology of monsoon disturbances is largely insensitive to MJO amplitude. However, monsoon disturbance frequency (MDF) varies substantially with MJO phase, with regional perturbations of 25 to 90% of the seasonal mean value across the tropics. In off-equatorial locations, MDF maxima occur in locations where the MJO enhances low level cyclonic vorticity, typically near the western edge of midlevel moisture perturbations. In contrast, equatorial MDF perturbations are in phase with MJO moisture and rainfall anomalies, with maxima in regions with strong low level zonal wind convergence.

  6. Disruptions of El Niño–Southern Oscillation teleconnections by the Madden–Julian Oscillation

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    Hoell, Andrew; Barlow, Mathew; Wheeler, Mathew; Funk, Christopher C.

    2014-01-01

    The El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is the leading mode of interannual variability, with global impacts on weather and climate that have seasonal predictability. Research on the link between interannual ENSO variability and the leading mode of intraseasonal variability, the Madden–Julian oscillation (MJO), has focused mainly on the role of MJO initiating or terminating ENSO. We use observational analysis and modeling to show that the MJO has an important simultaneous link to ENSO: strong MJO activity significantly weakens the atmospheric branch of ENSO. For weak MJO conditions relative to strong MJO conditions, the average magnitude of ENSO-associated tropical precipitation anomalies increases by 63%, and the strength of hemispheric teleconnections increases by 58%. Since the MJO has predictability beyond three weeks, the relationships shown here suggest that there may be subseasonal predictability of the ENSO teleconnections to continental circulation and precipitation.

  7. Ocean feedback to pulses of the Madden–Julian Oscillation in the equatorial Indian Ocean

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    Moum, James N.; Pujiana, Kandaga; Lien, Ren-Chieh; Smyth, William D.

    2016-01-01

    Dynamical understanding of the Madden–Julian Oscillation (MJO) has been elusive, and predictive capabilities therefore limited. New measurements of the ocean's response to the intense surface winds and cooling by two successive MJO pulses, separated by several weeks, show persistent ocean currents and subsurface mixing after pulse passage, thereby reducing ocean heat energy available for later pulses by an amount significantly greater than via atmospheric surface cooling alone. This suggests that thermal mixing in the upper ocean from a particular pulse might affect the amplitude of the following pulse. Here we test this hypothesis by comparing 18 pulse pairs, each separated by <55 days, measured over a 33-year period. We find a significant tendency for weak (strong) pulses, associated with low (high) cooling rates, to be followed by stronger (weaker) pulses. We therefore propose that the ocean introduces a memory effect into the MJO, whereby each event is governed in part by the previous event. PMID:27759016

  8. A Madden-Julian oscillation event realistically simulated by a global cloud-resolving model.

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    Miura, Hiroaki; Satoh, Masaki; Nasuno, Tomoe; Noda, Akira T; Oouchi, Kazuyoshi

    2007-12-14

    A Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) is a massive weather event consisting of deep convection coupled with atmospheric circulation, moving slowly eastward over the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Despite its enormous influence on many weather and climate systems worldwide, it has proven very difficult to simulate an MJO because of assumptions about cumulus clouds in global meteorological models. Using a model that allows direct coupling of the atmospheric circulation and clouds, we successfully simulated the slow eastward migration of an MJO event. Topography, the zonal sea surface temperature gradient, and interplay between eastward- and westward-propagating signals controlled the timing of the eastward transition of the convective center. Our results demonstrate the potential making of month-long MJO predictions when global cloud-resolving models with realistic initial conditions are used.

  9. Using AMIE data to study cloud processes within the Madden-Julian Oscillation

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    Houze, Robert A. [Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA (United States). Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences

    2015-12-17

    This study uses AMIE data to show how the small clouds in the Madden-Julian Oscillation first organize into lines and other patterns, how they develop the first rainshowers, how those showers deposit cool air over the ocean surface, how this cool air spreads and triggers deeper convection, how the deep convection develops into mesoscale systems, how the mesoscale systems modify the heating profile through the depth of the troposphere, and how the development of the clouds responds to and interacts with large-scale waves circumnavigating the globe at upper levels, and how equatorial trapped waves at lower levels modulates the development of the cloud population. The techniques used to analyze the radar and sounding data collected in AMIE to achieve the above results are innovative, and to obtain more general results we have used regional modeling with a variety of cloud microphysical schemes in combination with the data analyses.

  10. Interpreting the upper level structure of the Madden-Julian oscillation

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    Monteiro, Joy M.; Adames, Ángel F.; Wallace, John M.; Sukhatme, Jai S.

    2014-12-01

    The nonlinear response of a spherical shallow water model to an imposed heat source in the presence of realistic zonal mean zonal winds is investigated numerically. The solutions exhibit elongated, meridionally tilted ridges and troughs indicative of a poleward dispersion of wave activity. As the speed of the jets is increased, the equatorial Kelvin wave is unaffected but the global Rossby wave train coalesces to form a compact, amplified quadrupole structure that bears a striking resemblance to the observed upper level structure of the Madden-Julian oscillation. In the presence of strong subtropical westerly jets, the advection of planetary vorticity by the meridional flow and relative vorticity by the zonally averaged background flow conspire to create the distinctive quadrupole configuration of flanking Rossby waves.

  11. Deep ocean impact of a Madden-Julian oscillation observed by Argo floats.

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    Matthews, Adrian J; Singhruck, Patama; Heywood, Karen J

    2007-12-14

    Using the new Argo array of profiling floats that gives unprecedented space-time coverage of the upper 2000 meters of the global ocean, we present definitive evidence of a deep tropical ocean component of the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO). The surface wind stress anomalies associated with the MJO force eastward-propagating oceanic equatorial Kelvin waves that extend downward to 1500 meters. The amplitude of the deep ocean anomalies is up to six times the amplitude of the observed annual cycle. This deep ocean sink of energy input from the wind is potentially important for understanding phenomena such as El Niño-Southern Oscillation and for interpreting deep ocean measurements made from ships.

  12. Visualizing and verifying probabilistic forecasts of the Madden-Julian Oscillation

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    Marshall, Andrew G.; Hendon, Harry H.; Hudson, Debra

    2016-12-01

    We describe a new approach for presenting probabilistic forecasts of the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) based on the community standard Real-time Multivariate MJO (RMM) index, using forecasts from version 2 of the Predictive Ocean Atmosphere Model for Australia. This new display overcomes the difficulty of interpreting a dispersive ensemble plume and directly quantifies the probability for the MJO to occur in each of its eight RMM-defined phases as well as the weak phase. Beyond monitoring and interpreting predictions of the MJO, this new approach also provides a basis for forecast verification using probability-based skill scores. Here we present a clear and concise quantitative summary of this innovative method for accessing probability of the state of the MJO in an ensemble forecast. This new method compliments the traditional MJO ensemble forecast display and verification and will benefit global forecasting centers, international MJO working groups, and the World Meteorological Organization Subseasonal to Seasonal Project.

  13. Julian Schwinger: Nuclear Physics, the Radiation Laboratory, Renormalized QED, Source Theory, and Beyond

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    Milton, K A

    2006-01-01

    Julian Schwinger's influence on twentieth century science is profound and pervasive. Of course, he is most famous for his renormalization theory of quantum electrodynamics, for which he shared the Nobel Prize with Richard Feynman and Sin-itiro Tomonaga. But although this triumph was undoubtedly his most heroic work, his legacy lives on chiefly through subtle and elegant work in classical electrodynamics, quantum variational principles, proper-time methods, quantum anomalies, dynamical mass generation, partial symmetry, and more. Starting as just a boy, he rapidly became the pre-eminent nuclear physicist in the late 1930s, led the theoretical development of radar technology at MIT during World War II, and then, soon after the war, conquered quantum electrodynamics, and became the leading quantum field theorist for two decades, before taking a more iconoclastic route during his last quarter century.

  14. Atmospheric deposition chemistry in a subalpine area of the Julian Alps, NW Slovenia

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    Gregor Muri

    2013-04-01

    Full Text Available Wet-only precipitation was collected in Rateče, a remote village in the outskirts of the Julian Alps (Nort-West Slovenia during 2003-2011, in order to characterise atmospheric deposition chemistry. The samples were collected on a daily basis and combined into weekly samples that were analysed for pH, conductivity and major anions and cations. Ammonium, nitrate and sulphate were the most abundant ions, exhibiting volume-weighted mean values (2003-2011 of 22, 17 and 17 µeq L–1, respectively. Furthermore, the trends of the major parameters in the precipitation were assessed using a simple linear regression. A significant downward trend of both nitrate and sulphate was observed, explained by evident reductions in NOx and SOx emissions in the region. The decline of nitrate and sulphate was also reflected in a significant and downward trend of conductivity. While the trend of ammonium could also be downward, the trends of other major ions were not significant. Atmospheric nitrogen deposition, representing inorganic forms of nitrogen (i.e., ammonium and nitrate, was calculated to examine potential threats that the deposition of nitrogen may cause on lake ecosystems. Nitrogen deposition in Rateče ranged from 5.5 to 9.5 kg N ha–1 yr–1. Although this was below the critical threshold that might cause an impact on surface waters, nitrogen deposition in the nearby Julian Alps, where sensitive mountain lakes are situated, might be higher and its impact on the ecosystem greater. In fact, several studies performed on water chemistry, sedimentary organic matter and stable isotopes in Slovenian mountain lakes have shown progressive changes in their water columns and sediments that can be attributed to nitrogen deposition.

  15. Numerical modeling of open pit (OP to underground (UG transition in coal mining

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    Nguyen Phu Minh Vuong

    2016-09-01

    Full Text Available The primary objective of the present paper is an attempt at evaluating the influence of sub-level caving operations on the slope stability of a still-functioning open pit coal mine in Vietnam. Initially, various methods of predicting the impact of underground mining on surface stability are discussed. Those theoretical considerations were later utilized in the process of constructing a Flac-2D-software-based numerical model for calculating the influence of underground operation on the deformation and possible loss of stability of an open pit slope. The numerical analysis proved that the values of open pit slope displacements were affected mainly by underground exploitation depth, direction of operation (i.e., from one slope to the other and the distance from the slope plane. Real geomechanical strata parameters from the Vietnamese coal basin of Cam Pha were used in the modeling process. The paper is, therefore, a critical review of the hitherto proposed methods of predicting the impact of underground operation (UG on open pit mining (OP, illustrated with selected examples of case studies on OP-UG interaction, followed by an original experiment based on numerical modeling method. This is first such study for the genuine conditions of the coal mining in Vietnam. The obtained results, however, should not be generalized due to a highly specific character of the analyzed phenomenon of mining-induced surface deformation. The practical implications of the study may occur extremely useful in the case of an UG-OP transition. Such a transition is often necessary for both technical and economical reasons, as in some coal basins open pit operations at greater depths occur unfeasible, which calls for a proper selection of parameters for a planned underground operation.

  16. Research of Multi-axis NC Machining Method of Cylindrical Cam Based on UG NX

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    Liang Qianhua

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available We have focused significant efforts on developing solutions for precision machining of cylindrical cams based on UG NX. A variety of processing method are put forward according to the digital model for a cylindrical cam which has been derived through parametric design, all of which are made a detailed comparison, analysis, research, elaborated. Simulation processing, post processing and NC program are carried out though optimized processing scheme. It will provide a reference for the numerical control programming of four-Coordinated axis.

  17. Study on motion simulation of arc welding robot based on UG

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    Feng Shengqiang; Hu Shengsun; Du Naicheng; Shen Junqi

    2008-01-01

    The motion simulation of arc welding robot is the basis of the system of robot off-line programming, and it has been one of the important research directions. The UGNX4.0 is adopted to establish 3D simulating model of MOTOMAN-HP6 arc welding robot. The kinematic model under link-pole coordinate system is established by the second development function offered by UG/OPEN API and the method of programming using VC+ +6.0. The methods of founding model and operational procedures are introduced, which provides a good basis for off-line programming technique under Unigraphics condition.

  18. Identification and validation of single nucleotide polymorphic markers linked to Ug99 stem rust resistance in spring wheat

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    Chao, Shiaoman; Singh, Ravi P.; Sorrells, Mark E.

    2017-01-01

    Wheat stem rust (Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici Eriks. and E. Henn.) is one of the most destructive diseases world-wide. Races belonging to Ug99 (or TTKSK) continue to cause crop losses in East Africa and threaten global wheat production. Developing and deploying wheat varieties with multiple race-specific genes or complex adult plant resistance is necessary to achieve durability. In the present study, we applied genome-wide association studies (GWAS) for identifying loci associated with the Ug99 stem rust resistance (SR) in a panel of wheat lines developed at the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT). Genotyping was carried out using the wheat 9K iSelect single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) chip. Phenotyping was done in the field in Kenya by infection of Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici race TTKST, the Sr24-virulent variant of Ug99. Marker-trait association identified 12 SNP markers significantly associated with resistance. Among them, 7 were mapped on five chromosomes. Markers located on chromosomes 4A and 4B overlapped with the location of the Ug99 resistance genes SrND643 and Sr37, respectively. Markers identified on 7DL were collocated with Sr25. Additional significant markers were located in the regions where no Sr gene has been reported. The chromosome location for five of the SNP markers was unknown. A BLASTN search of the NCBI database using the flanking sequences of the SNPs associated with Ug99 resistance revealed that several markers were linked to plant disease resistance analogues, while others were linked to regulatory factors or metabolic enzymes. A KASP (Kompetitive Allele Specific PCR) assay was used for validating six marker loci linked to genes with resistance to Ug99. Of those, four co-segregated with the Sr25-pathotypes while the rest identified unknown resistance genes. With further investigation, these markers can be used for marker-assisted selection in breeding for Ug99 stem rust resistance in wheat. PMID:28241006

  19. UG-based Parametric Design for Rail Cars%基于 UG 的轨道架车参数化设计

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    陈超; 王耕耘; 张文明

    2016-01-01

    This paper studies the parametric design system of rail cars based on UG platform ,realizing the parametric design of rail cars ,and achieving a very good benefit in practical applications as well .It puts emphasis on the design of module reuse technology and automated assembly method of standard parts ,and solves the main problems in the process of parametric design on product level .%研究了基于UG的轨道架车参数化设计系统,实现了轨道架车的参数化设计,在实际应用中取得了很好的效果。同时研究了复杂变形设计中的模块重用技术和标准件的自动化装配方法,解决了产品级参数化设计过程中的主要问题。

  20. UG NX7.5用户初始化设置技巧

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    唐昌维

    2014-01-01

    UG NX7.5是UG(Unigraphics NX)是Siemens PLM Software公司出的一款三维设计软件,以其强大的功能性、灵活性、易用性受到了很多设计师的追捧,但是由于文化、喜好、软件定位的原因,UG NX的默认初始化设置却一直让国内的用户们不甚满意,因此基于NX7.5版本,简要介绍了桌面快捷图标的创建、标题栏的更改、默认保存路径的更改、工具栏的调整及角色创建、默认首选项的设置,以方便大家定制满意的使用环境。

  1. UG NX在曲轴及其模具CAD/CAM技术中的应用%The Application of UG NX in Crankshaft and Mould CAD/CAM Technology

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    张雯娟; 吴龙

    2011-01-01

    基于UG NX软件的CAD模块,对某汽车曲轴及其锻模进行了实体造型,主要对曲轴零件曲面拐角处的造型设计进行研究.并约束了边界条件,做出光顺的表面.应用UG/Manufacmting模块对终锻模具型腔的加工制造进行参数设置,输出CLSF文件,模拟出粗加工刀具加工轨迹,说明了UG NX的CAD/CAM技术应用于工业制造中的优势.

  2. Revisiting Noah’S Ark in Julian Barnes’ A History of the World in 10 ½ Chapters

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    Muthu Liana

    2014-03-01

    Full Text Available Considering that intertextuality is the text’s property of being connected to other previous texts, Julian Barnes’ novel, “A History of the World in 10 ½ Chapters”, rewrites the Biblical story of Noah’s Ark. Besides the narration accounted in the Bible, new elements are encountered here: e.g. the Ark wasn’t a simple vessel, but a small fleet; Noah butchered the animals from the Ark, animals selected initially to be saved from the Deluge; the woodworms, creatures that symbolize decay, were also present on the Ark, etc. Then, new versions of the Biblical story, all having connections with Noah, the Ark and the Sea are present. Therefore, Julian Barnes fructifies Noah’s story, readjusting it to other spaces and historic times.

  3. Dynamics of Large-Scale Convective Onset in the Madden-Julian Oscillation

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    Powell, Scott Wayne

    The role of large-scale circulation anomalies in the convective onset of the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) over the Indian Ocean during the Dynamics of the Madden-Julian Oscillation (DYNAMO) field campaign, conducted Oct. 2011--Feb. 2012, is explained using radar and rawinsonde observations, reanalysis, and regional model simulations. Convective onset was characterized by two episodic and rapid increases in the vertical growth of the cumuliform cloud population over the Indian Ocean: First, the areal coverage of moderately deep (~5 km) convection increased; about 1 week later, the areal coverage of deep (up to the tropopause) convection increased rapidly. Deep tropospheric wavenumber 1 anomalies in zonal wind and vertical velocity circumnavigated the tropics repeatedly during DYNAMO. MJO convective onset occurred when the upward branch of this wavenumber 1 circulation arrived over the Indian Ocean because a reduction in large-scale subsidence cooled the troposphere and steepened the lapse rate below 500 hPa. This made the environment more conducive to development of moderately deep convection. The moderately deep convection moistened the environment during week-long transition periods by transporting moisture vertically from the boundary layer to the free troposphere and detraining it into the clear-air environment, particularly between 650--850 mb. Regional cloud-permitting model simulations of convection during MJO onsets reproduced the distinct transition periods. The modeling results confirmed that rapid cooling of the environment enhanced the areal coverage of, and thus total vertical transport of water within, moderately deep convection at the beginning of transition periods. Evaporation of cloud condensate via entrainment or dissipation of clouds was directly responsible for environmental moistening. Cooling of the climatologically stable layer between 700--850 mb was particularly important because it allowed a greater number of cumulus elements growing

  4. UG Mold Wizard in injection mold design application%UG MoldWizard在注射模具设计中的应用

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    陆龙福; 黄常翼

    2013-01-01

    Currently plastics increasingly broad application areas, plastic products has become the automotive, aerospace, electrical and electronics, packaging, building materials, agriculture and other fields indispensable parts and plastic parts are produced almost all through the plastic mold molding to obtain The. As technology advances and high-tech product development and continuous innovation, the technical plastics increasingly high demand, relying on manual mold design and manufacturing engineers is difficult to meet the needs of the development of production. UG mold soft-ware emergence and development, has become a contemporary mold design and manufacture of an important and indis-pensable auxiliary tools.%目前塑料制品的应用领域日益广阔,塑料产品已成为汽车、航空航天、电子电气、包装、建材、农业等领域中不可缺少的部分,而塑料制件的生产几乎都是通过塑料模具的成型来获得的。随着技术进步以及高科技产品的不断开发与创新,对塑料制品的各项技术要求越来越高,仅靠模具工程师手工设计与制造很难满足生产发展的需要。 UG模具软件的出现与发展,已成为当代模具设计与制造中不可缺少的重要辅助工具之一。

  5. The strongest magnetic barrier in the DIII-D tokamak and comparison with the ASDEX UG

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    Ali, Halima; Punjabi, Alkesh

    2013-05-01

    Magnetic perturbations in tokamaks lead to the formation of magnetic islands, chaotic field lines, and the destruction of flux surfaces. Controlling or reducing transport along chaotic field lines is a key challenge in magnetically confined fusion plasmas. A local control method was proposed by Chandre et al. [Nucl. Fusion 46, 33-45 (2006)] to build barriers to magnetic field line diffusion by addition of a small second-order control term localized in the phase space to the field line Hamiltonian. Formation and existence of such magnetic barriers in Ohmically heated tokamaks (OHT), ASDEX UG and piecewise analytic DIII-D [Luxon, J.L.; Davis, L.E., Fusion Technol. 8, 441 (1985)] plasma equilibria was predicted by the authors [Ali, H.; Punjabi, A., Plasma Phys. Control. Fusion 49, 1565-1582 (2007)]. Very recently, this prediction for the DIII-D has been corroborated [Volpe, F.A., et al., Nucl. Fusion 52, 054017 (2012)] by field-line tracing calculations, using experimentally constrained Equilibrium Fit (EFIT) [Lao, et al., Nucl. Fusion 25, 1611 (1985)] DIII-D equilibria perturbed to include the vacuum field from the internal coils utilized in the experiments. This second-order approach is applied to the DIII-D tokamak to build noble irrational magnetic barriers inside the chaos created by the locked resonant magnetic perturbations (RMPs) (m, n)=(3, 1)+(4, 1), with m and n the poloidal and toroidal mode numbers of the Fourier expansion of the magnetic perturbation with amplitude δ. A piecewise, analytic, accurate, axisymmetric generating function for the trajectories of magnetic field lines in the DIII-D is constructed in magnetic coordinates from the experimental EFIT Grad-Shafranov solver [Lao, L, et al., Fusion Sci. Technol. 48, 968 (2005)] for the shot 115,467 at 3000 ms in the DIII-D. A symplectic mathematical map is used to integrate field lines in the DIII-D. A numerical algorithm [Ali, H., et al., Radiat. Eff. Def. Solids Inc. Plasma Sc. Plasma Tech. 165, 83

  6. Commentary: “An Evaluation of Universal Grammar and the Phonological Mind”—UG Is Still a Viable Hypothesis

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    Berent, Iris

    2016-01-01

    Everett (2016b) criticizes The Phonological Mind thesis (Berent, 2013a,b) on logical, methodological and empirical grounds. Most of Everett’s concerns are directed toward the hypothesis that the phonological grammar is constrained by universal grammatical (UG) principles. Contrary to Everett’s logical challenges, here I show that the UG hypothesis is readily falsifiable, that universality is not inconsistent with innateness (Everett’s arguments to the contrary are rooted in a basic confusion of the UG phenotype and the genotype), and that its empirical evaluation does not require a full evolutionary account of language. A detailed analysis of one case study, the syllable hierarchy, presents a specific demonstration that people have knowledge of putatively universal principles that are unattested in their language and these principles are most likely linguistic in nature. Whether Universal Grammar exists remains unknown, but Everett’s arguments hardly undermine the viability of this hypothesis. PMID:27471480

  7. Commentary: "An Evaluation of Universal Grammar and the Phonological Mind"—UG is still a viable hypothesis

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    2016-07-01

    Full Text Available Everett (2016b criticizes The Phonological Mind thesis (Berent, 2013a, 2013b on logical, methodological and empirical grounds. Most of Everett’s concerns are directed towards the hypothesis that the phonological grammar is constrained by universal grammatical (UG principles. Contrary to Everett’s logical challenges, here I show that the UG hypothesis is readily falsifiable, that universality is not inconsistent with innateness (Everett’s arguments to the contrary are rooted in a basic confusion of the UG phenotype and the genotype, and that its empirical evaluation does not require a full evolutionary account of language. A detailed analysis of one case study, the syllable hierarchy, presents a specific demonstration that people have knowledge of putatively universal principles that are unattested in their language and these principles are most likely linguistic in nature. Whether Universal Grammar exists remains unknown, but Everett’s arguments hardly undermine the viability of this hypothesis.

  8. Commentary: "An Evaluation of Universal Grammar and the Phonological Mind"-UG Is Still a Viable Hypothesis.

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    Berent, Iris

    2016-01-01

    Everett (2016b) criticizes The Phonological Mind thesis (Berent, 2013a,b) on logical, methodological and empirical grounds. Most of Everett's concerns are directed toward the hypothesis that the phonological grammar is constrained by universal grammatical (UG) principles. Contrary to Everett's logical challenges, here I show that the UG hypothesis is readily falsifiable, that universality is not inconsistent with innateness (Everett's arguments to the contrary are rooted in a basic confusion of the UG phenotype and the genotype), and that its empirical evaluation does not require a full evolutionary account of language. A detailed analysis of one case study, the syllable hierarchy, presents a specific demonstration that people have knowledge of putatively universal principles that are unattested in their language and these principles are most likely linguistic in nature. Whether Universal Grammar exists remains unknown, but Everett's arguments hardly undermine the viability of this hypothesis.

  9. UGS NX CAM Express在模具加工中的运用

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    普涛

    2008-01-01

    UGS NX CAM EXPRESS是UGS公司针对行业的模块化加工软件包,是专门为高级机床提供的高级CAM软件。它独立于CAD软件,不受特定CAD系统的限制,并且拥有关键的行业转换程序,可以在线访问后处理库,有利于加工数据导入,可以解决典型的CNC编程的需求。本文通过针对模具在完整的工作流环境下进行加工过程来介绍NX兴CAM Express的应用。

  10. UGS NX CAM Express V5软件问世

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    2007-01-01

    2007年7月3日.西门子自动化与驱动集团旗下的PLM软件供应商UGS公司发布了其最新版NX CAM Express V5软件.该软件是UGS Velocity组合里一个功能全面、独立于CAD系统的数控编程应用程序.不仅改善了操作界面.而且为用户提供了预配置的“铣-车”环境、新的工具以及突破性的“自由加工”技术。

  11. iScout low cost UGS system: overview of enhancements and performance characterization

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    Winston, Mark; Klug, Rob; Plummer, Thomas; Knobler, Ron

    2008-04-01

    McQ developed for the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) a very low-cost iScout® sensor system for detecting people in buildings and caves after military clearing operations to prevent their reuse by adversaries. The mission applications have expanded to include typical field operations such as Force Protection and facility security. To meet a broader mission capability, McQ significantly enhanced the performance of the iScout® Unattended Ground Sensor (UGS) system. The enhanced performance includes improvements to the seismic, acoustic, magnetic, and passive infrared sensor processing algorithms and multimodal fusion to improve target classification. Additional features are a new radio frequency (RF) network architecture, built-in global positioning system (GPS) for automatic sensor position reporting, a new rugged watertight case, and an extremely low power consumption electronics design. McQ will describe these enhancements and present data characterizing the performance of the enhanced iScout® sensors.

  12. IBM Intellistation M PRO 9229图形工作站运行测试:UG NX 4

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    2007-01-01

    @@ 强大的UG NX 4系统 属于德国西门子公司旗下的Unigraphics Solutions公司(简称UGS)是全球著名的MCAD供应商,主要为汽车与交通、航空航天、日用消费品、通用机械及电子工业等领域提供多级化的、集成的、企业级的包括软件产品与服务在内的完整的MCAD解决方案.

  13. Surface chemistry and spectroscopy of UG8 asphaltene Langmuir film, part 1.

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    Orbulescu, Jhony; Mullins, Oliver C; Leblanc, Roger M

    2010-10-05

    This research focuses on a systematic investigation of UG8 asphaltene Langmuir films at the air-water interface using toluene as the spreading solvent. From the surface pressure-area isotherms, it was concluded that small-sized aggregates are spread on the water surface and the compression of the film leads to formation of large aggregates. Our methods provide a stringent test and confirmation for the formation of corresponding asphaltene nanoaggregates that have recently been proposed for bulk solutions. These results were confirmed by compression-decompression isotherms, Brewster angle microscopy, and p-polarized infrared reflection-absorption spectroscopy. The transfer of a single layer using both the Langmuir-Schaefer and Langmuir-Blodgett deposition techniques shows different aggregate shapes depending on the technique used as imaged using atomic force microscopy. The films reveal the existence of nanoaggregates spread on the water surface that coexist with large aggregates formed during compression. For the nanoaggregate, the thickness of the Langmuir-Schaefer and Langmuir-Blodgett films determined by AFM is consistent with small aggregation numbers of nanoaggregates determined by Langmuir film compression. In addition to these findings, the spreading solvent, toluene, was found to be trapped within the aggregates as confirmed by in situ UV-vis spectroscopy at the air-water interface. This result was possible only after waiting a time period of 1 h to allow the complete evaporation of the spreading solvent. This is the only study that reveals the presence of the in situ toluene within the UG8 aggregates directly at the air-water interface.

  14. Sensitivity to Madden-Julian Oscillation variations on heavy precipitation over the contiguous United States

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    Jones, Charles; Carvalho, Leila M. V.

    2014-10-01

    The Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) is the most prominent mode of tropical intraseasonal variability in the climate system and has worldwide influences on the occurrences and forecasts of heavy precipitation. This paper investigates the sensitivity of precipitation over the contiguous United States (CONUS) in a case study (boreal 2004-05 winter). Several major storms affected the western and eastern CONUS producing substantial economic and social impacts including loss of lives. The Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model is used to perform experiments to test the significance of the MJO amplitude. The control simulation uses the MJO amplitude observed by reanalysis, whereas the amplitude is modified in perturbation experiments. WRF realistically simulates the precipitation variability over the CONUS, although large biases occur over the Western and Midwest United States. Daily precipitation is aggregated in western, central and eastern sectors and the frequency distribution is analyzed. Increases in MJO amplitude produce moderate increases in the median and interquartile range and large and robust increases in extreme (90th and 95th percentiles) precipitation. The MJO amplitude clearly affects the transport of moisture from the tropical Pacific and Gulf of Mexico into North America providing moist rich air masses and the dynamical forcing that contributes to heavy precipitation.

  15. Essential-Oil Variability in Natural Populations of Pinus mugo Turra from the Julian Alps.

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    Bojović, Srdjan; Jurc, Maja; Ristić, Mihailo; Popović, Zorica; Matić, Rada; Vidaković, Vera; Stefanović, Milena; Jurc, Dušan

    2016-02-01

    The composition and variability of the terpenes and their derivatives isolated from the needles of a representative pool of 114 adult trees originating from four natural populations of dwarf mountain pine (Pinus mugo Turra) from the Julian Alps were investigated by GC-FID and GC/MS analyses. In total, 54 of the 57 detected essential-oil components were identified. Among the different compound classes present in the essential oils, the chief constituents belonged to the monoterpenes, comprising an average content of 79.67% of the total oil composition (74.80% of monoterpene hydrocarbons and 4.87% of oxygenated monoterpenes). Sesquiterpenes were present in smaller amounts (average content of 19.02%), out of which 16.39% were sesquiterpene hydrocarbons and 2.62% oxygenated sesquiterpenes. The most abundant components in the needle essential oils were the monoterpenes δ-car-3-ene, β-phellandrene, α-pinene, β-myrcene, and β-pinene and the sesquiterpene β-caryophyllene. From the total data set of 57 detected compounds, 40 were selected for principal-component analysis (PCA), discriminant analysis (DA), and cluster analysis (CA). The overlap tendency of the four populations suggested by PCA, was as well observed by DA. CA also demonstrated similarity among the populations, which was the highest between Populations I and II.

  16. Two new pioneer communities of Sorbus aucuparia and Sorbus aria in the southern Julian Alps

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    Dakskobler Igor

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available In the southern Julian Alps we described two communities whose tree layer is dominated by species from the genus Sorbus and noted two successional stages in the overgrowing of abandoned agricultural land (pastures, hay meadows. In the secondary succession on former subalpine pastures above the alp Planina Razor und under the Breginjski Stol ridge, where potential natural vegetation consists of subalpine beech forest, dwarf pine has been overgrown with mountain ash (Sorbus aucuparia whose stands are classified into the new association Rhododendro hirsuti-Sorbetum aucupariae. Whitebeam (Sorbus aria has established itself on steep former hay meadows in the belt of altimontane beech forests under Mts. Jalovnik and Krikov Vrh, on gullied slopes on mixed geological bedrock dominated by chert, and these stands are classified into the association Calamagrostio arundinaceae-Sorbetum ariae. While occupying only small areas these two pioneer stages, as the sites of some rare or protected species, are nevertheless important biotopes and play a vital role in protection against avalanches.

  17. Destabilization of the Madden-Julian Oscillation in Present and Future Climates

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    Wolding, B.; Maloney, E. D.; Branson, M.; Henderson, S. A.

    2016-12-01

    A weak temperature gradient (WTG) balance framework is used to investigate the destabilization of the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) in SP-CESM and ERA-interim. It is shown that the strength and vertical structure of intraseasonal variations in large-scale vertical moisture advection can be accurately diagnosed from apparent heating. The role that various apparent heating processes (e.g. radiative heating, microphysical processes) play in driving large-scale vertical moisture advection is assessed, and their individual contributions to the destabilization of the MJO examined. The reduction of longwave radiative cooling during the enhanced convective phase is shown to play a crucial role in allowing the ensemble cloud population to further grow moisture anomalies associated with the MJO. The WTG balance framework is then applied to a 4×CO2 simulation of SP-CESM, in which a marked increases in MJO activity occurs. The role that changes in the static stability, the vertical moisture gradient, and the strength of the radiative feedback may play in increasing MJO activity is discussed.

  18. The boreal winter Madden-Julian Oscillation's influence on summertime precipitation in the greater Caribbean

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    Curtis, Scott; Gamble, Douglas W.

    2016-07-01

    Precipitation totals in the greater Caribbean are known to be affected by interannual variability. In particular, dry conditions in the spring-summer have been physically linked to the positive phase of North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) in the literature. In this study, it was found through regression analysis that an active Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) in winter geographically focused over the Maritime Continent contributes to a positive NAO in March via the generation of Rossby waves in the Northern Hemisphere. Specifically, a negative Pacific-North American pattern develops in the winter and transitions to an Atlantic pattern in spring. The positive NAO is a transient feature of this evolving wave train, but a center of significant positive 200 hPa geopotential heights is entrenched over the southeast U.S. throughout the February to May time period and is manifested as high pressure at the surface. The southern flank of this system increases the speeds of the trade winds and leads to a cooling of the Caribbean sea surface temperatures and, thus, convection suppression and reduced precipitation. Thus, this study advances our understanding of the climate of the greater Caribbean by using climate teleconnections to relate the MJO to rainfall in the region.

  19. Nonlinear traveling waves for the skeleton of the Madden-Julian oscillation

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    Chen, Shengqian

    2015-01-01

    The Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) is the dominant component of intraseasonal (30-90 days) variability in the tropical atmosphere. Here, traveling wave solutions are presented for the MJO skeleton model of Majda and Stechmann. The model is a system of nonlinear partial differential equations that describe the evolution of the tropical atmosphere on planetary (10,000-40,000 km) spatial scales. The nonlinear traveling waves come in four types, corresponding to the four types of linear wave solutions, one of which has the properties of the MJO. In the MJO traveling wave, the convective activity has a pulse-like shape, with a narrow region of enhanced convection and a wide region of suppressed convection. Furthermore, an amplitude-dependent dispersion relation is derived, and it shows that the nonlinear MJO has a lower frequency and slower propagation speed than the linear MJO. By taking the small-amplitude limit, an analytic formula is also derived for the dispersion relation of linear waves. To derive all of t...

  20. A general theoretical framework for understanding essential dynamics of Madden-Julian oscillation

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    Wang, Bin; Chen, Guosen

    2016-11-01

    Motivated by observed structure of Madden-Julian oscillation (MJO), a general theoretical model framework is advanced for understanding fundamental aspects of MJO dynamics. The model extends the Matsuno-Gill theory by incorporating (a) moisture feedback to precipitation, (b) a trio-interaction among equatorial waves, boundary layer (BL) dynamics, and precipitation, and (c) a simplified Betts-Miller (B-M) cumulus parameterization. The general model with B-M scheme yields a frictionally coupled dynamic moisture mode, which produces an equatorial planetary-scale, unstable system moving eastward slowly with coupled Kelvin-Rossby wave structure and BL moisture convergence leading major convection. The moisture feedback in B-M scheme reinforces the coupling between precipitation heating and Rossby waves and enhances the Rossby wave component in the MJO mode, thereby slowing down eastward propagation and resulting in a more realistic horizontal structure. It is, however, the BL frictional convergence feedback that couples equatorial Kelvin and Rossby waves with convective heating and selects a preferred eastward propagation. The eastward propagation speed in the model is inversely related to the relative intensity of the equatorial "Rossby" westerly versus "Kelvin" easterly associated with the MJO. The cumulus parameterization scheme may affect propagation speed through changing MJO horizontal structure. The SST or basic-state moist static energy has a fundamental control on MJO propagation speed and intensification/decay. Model sensitivity to BL and cumulus scheme parameters and ramifications of the model results to general circulation modeling are discussed.

  1. Identification and validation of single nucleotide polymorphic markers linked to Ug99 stem rust resistance in spring wheat

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    Wheat stem rust (Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici Eriks. and E. Henn.) is one of the most destructive diseases world-wide. Races belonging to Ug99 (or TTKSK) continue to cause crop losses in East Africa and threaten global wheat production. Developing and deploying wheat varieties with multiple race...

  2. Root cause analysis of the fatigue failures of the pulsation dampers of a large underground gas storage (UGS) system

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    Eijk, A.; Lange, D. de; Maljaars, J.; Tenbrock-Ingenhorst, A.; Gottmer, A.

    2014-01-01

    Two large identical 6-cylinder Ariel JGB/6 reciprocating compressors each of 7.5 MW, are used for an underground gas storage system (UGS) plant of RWE Gasspeicher GmbH located in Epe, Germany. The system is in operation since 2005. In 2011 several internals parts (baffle plates and baffle choke tube

  3. 46 CFR 54.15-15 - Relief devices for unfired steam boilers, evaporators, and heat exchangers (modifies UG-126).

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    ... requirement of § 54.15-5. (g)(1) A heat exchanger with steam in the shell and liquid in the tubes or coils at... more than 6 percent above the safety valve setting. (f) A heat exchanger with liquid in the shell and..., and heat exchangers (modifies UG-126). 54.15-15 Section 54.15-15 Shipping COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT...

  4. Blade Forging Design Based on the Secondary Development of UG%UG二次开发在叶片锻造中的应用

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    魏科; 谢崴; 王高潮

    2011-01-01

    综合运用UG表达式法及UG二次开发工具UG/Open API,UG/Open MenuScript,UG/Open UIStyler和Visual C++ 6.0,根据叶片锻件的加工原理,开发叶片模锻参数化设计系统。在该系统中,叶片锻件和锻模造型易于设计及修改。对提高叶片模具设计的效率、缩短模具开发周期具有较强的实用价值,同时也为后期的叶片模具制造和有限元数值模拟做好了强大的铺垫。%Combined with the method of UG expression and the tools of the UG secondary development including UG/ Open MenuScript, UG/Open UIStyler, UG/Open API and Visual C++ 6.0, blade die forging parametric design system was developed based on the blade forging process theory. In this system, the blade forging and die were easily designed and modified This method brings practical values for improving efficiency of blade forging die design and shortening the die development period, meanwhile, making a strong foundation for the following blade forging die manufacture and simulation by finite element method.

  5. Design of Injection Molds for Hair Dryer Shell Based on UG%基于UG的吹风机外壳注塑模具设计

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    潘祖聪; 何芳

    2015-01-01

    UG NX(简称UG)是一款强大的CAD/CAM集成软件,MoldWizard是UG应用的一个模块,专门用于注塑模具设计.以吹风机外壳为例,阐述了基于UG的注塑模具设计的过程和方法.

  6. Simulations of the Madden-Julian oscillation in four pairs of coupled and uncoupled global models

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    Zhang, Chidong; Dong, Min [RSMAS, University of Miami, Miami, FL (United States); Gualdi, Silvio [National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology, Bologna (Italy); Hendon, Harry H. [BMRC, Melbourne, VIC (Australia); Maloney, Eric D. [Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR (United States); Marshall, Andrew [Monash University, Melbourne, VIC (Australia); Sperber, Kenneth R. [PCMDI, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA (United States); Wang, Wanqiu [CPC/NCEP/NOAA, Camp Springs, MD (United States)

    2006-11-15

    The status of the numerical reproduction of the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) by current global models was assessed through diagnoses of four pairs of coupled and uncoupled simulations. Slow eastward propagation of the MJO, especially in low-level zonal wind, is realistic in all these simulations. However, the simulated MJO suffers from several common problems. The MJO signal in precipitation is generally too weak and often eroded by an unrealistic split of an equatorial maximum of precipitation into a double ITCZ structure over the western Pacific. The MJO signal in low-level zonal wind, on the other hand, is sometimes too strong over the eastern Pacific but too weak over the Indian Ocean. The observed phase relationship between precipitation and low-level zonal wind associated with the MJO in the western Pacific and their coherence in general are not reproduced by the models. The seasonal migration in latitude of MJO activity is missing in most simulations. Air-sea coupling generally strengthens the simulated eastward propagating signal, but its effects on the phase relationship and coherence between precipitation and low-level zonal wind, and on their geographic distributions, seasonal cycles, and interannual variability are inconsistent among the simulations. Such inconsistency cautions generalization of results from MJO simulations using a single model. In comparison to observations, biases in the simulated MJO appear to be related to biases in the background state of mean precipitation, low-level zonal wind, and boundary-layer moisture convergence. This study concludes that, while the realistic simulations of the eastward propagation of the MJO are encouraging, reproducing other fundamental features of the MJO by current global models remains an unmet challenge. (orig.)

  7. Realistic initiation and dynamics of the Madden-Julian Oscillation in a coarse resolution aquaplanet GCM

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    Ajayamohan, R. S.; Khouider, Boualem; Majda, Andrew J.

    2013-12-01

    The main mechanisms for the initiation and propagation of the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) are still widely debated. The capacity of operational global climate models (GCMs) to correctly simulate the MJO is hindered by the inadequacy of the underlying cumulus parameterizations. Here we show that a coarse resolution GCM, coupled to a simple multicloud model parameterization mimicking the observed dynamics and physical structure of organized tropical convection, simulates the MJO in an idealized setting of an aquaplanet without ocean dynamics. We impose a fixed nonhomogeneous sea-surface temperature replicating the Indian Ocean/Western Pacific warm pool. This results in a succession of MJOs with realistic phase speed, amplitude, and physical structure. Each MJO event is initiated at a somewhat random location over the warm pool and dies sometimes near the eastern boundary of the warm pool and sometimes at a random location way beyond the warm pool. Also occasionally the MJO events stall at the center of maximum heating. This is reminiscent of the fact that in nature some MJOs stall over the maritime continent while others reach the central Pacific Ocean and beyond. The initiation mechanism in the model is believed to be a combination of persistent intermittent convective events interacting with observed large-scale flow patterns and internal tropical dynamics. The large-scale flow patterns are associated with planetary-scale dry Kelvin waves that are triggered by preceding MJO events and circle the globe, while congestus cloud decks on the flanks of the warm pool are believed to force Rossby gyres which then funnel moisture toward the equatorial region.

  8. Interactions of river discharge parameterizations with the Madden Julian oscillation in the CESM

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    DeMott, C. A.; Tseng, Y. H.; Bryan, F.

    2016-12-01

    River discharge in the tropical Warm Pool is a source of fresh water to the upper ocean, which can help stabilize the upper ocean, reduce ocean mixing, and promote radiation-driven surface warming. Large rivers, such as the Ganges, that drain large land masses provide quasi-steady freshening during certain seasons. Freshening from rivers that drain smaller land masses, such as islands within the Maritime Continent, is more regulated by rainfall. The Madden Julian oscillation (MJO) regulates instraseasonal rainfall, SST, and surface salinity across the Warm Pool, and is sensitive to the ocean response to this forcing. The effects of estuarine river discharge on upper ocean stratification and interactions with the MJO are explored using two different estuary parameterizations in the Community Earth System Model (CESM). In the control simulation (CTR), river discharge is spread uniformly onto the ocean surface over an artificially chosen length scale using the virtual salt flux approach. In the experimental configuration, river discharge is confined to the ocean model grid point containing the river delta, and mixed vertically with a two-layer estuary box model (EBM). In EBM, the temperature and salinity distribution is driven mainly by oceanic mixing and advection without ad-hoc horizontal spreading. Compared to EBM, over-dispersal of river runoff in CTR leads to fresher surface waters, shallower ocean mixed layers, and more variable SSTs throughout the Warm Pool. In CTR, river discharge is transported to a larger area by surface currents. Specifically, fresh water from the Ganges contributes to a low salinity, warm SST band near 10N in the central Indian Ocean; in the Indonesian Seas, overly dispersed runoff contributes to a shallower mixed layer and larger SST increases during the MJO suppressed phase. MJO convection and propagation characteristics suggest that the MJO in CTR benefits from the overly dispersed river discharge, while the MJO in EBM is less impacted.

  9. Late Quaternary glaciation of the Upper Soca River Region (Southern Julian Alps, NW Slovenia)

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    Bavec, Milos; Tulaczyk, Slawek M.; Mahan, Shannon; Stock, Gregory M.

    2004-01-01

    Extent of Late Quaternary glaciers in the Upper Soc??a River Region (Southern Julian Alps, SE Europe) has been analyzed using a combination of geological mapping, glaciological modeling, and sediment dating (radiocarbon, U/Th series and Infrared Stimulated Luminescence-IRSL). Field investigations focused mainly on relatively well preserved Quaternary sequences in the Bovec Basin, an intramontane basin located SW of the Mediterranean/Black Sea divide and surrounded by mountain peaks reaching from approximately 2100 up to 2587 m a.s.l. Within the Basin we recognized two Late Quaternary sedimentary assemblages, which consist of the same facies association of diamictons, laminated lacustrine deposits and sorted fluvial sediments. Radiocarbon dating of the upper part of the lake sediments sequence (between 12790??85 and 5885??60 14C years b.p.) indicates that the younger sedimentary assemblage was deposited during the last glacial maximum and through early Holocene (Marine Isotope Stage 21, MIS 2-1). Sediment ages obtained for the older assemblage with U/Th and IRSL techniques (between 154.74??22.88 and 129.93??7.90 ka b.p. for selected samples) have large errors but both methods yield results consistent with deposition during the penultimate glacial-interglacial transition (MIS 6-5). Based on analyses of field data combined with glaciological modeling, we argue that both sediment complexes formed due to high sediment productivity spurred by paraglacial conditions with glaciers present in the uplands around the Bovec Basin but not extending down to the basin floor. Our study shows that the extent and intensity of direct glacial sedimentation by Late Quaternary glaciers in the region was previously significantly overestimated. ?? 2004 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

  10. Modulation of the Convectively Coupled Kelvin Waves by the Madden-Julian Oscillation

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    Guo, Y.; Jiang, X.; Waliser, D. E.

    2013-12-01

    As one of the major tropical wave modes, the convectively-coupled equatorial Kelvin wave (CCKW) plays a critical role in tropical climate / weather variability. CCKW activity exhibits strong variation on both seasonal and intraseasonal time scales. In this study, evidence of the strong modulation of the CCKW activity by the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) will be presented, with a particular focus over South America and tropical Atlantic region. The primary modulation of CCKWs over this region, as noted in anomalous fields of rainfall as well as vertical profiles of wind, moisture and temperature, is found to be a modulation of wave activity - namely amplitude, with secondary effects on vertical structure, and very little impact on wavenumber. CCKW activity is enhanced during MJO phases 8, 1, and 2, and damped during MJO phases 4, 5, and 6. Further analyses reveal that the strong modulation of the MJO on the CCKW activity could be largely through two factors, namely, the vertical zonal wind shear and the lower-middle troposphere specific humidity. The CCKW activity tends to be enhanced during MJO phases when the westward vertical wind shear and positive lower to mid-troposphere moisture anomalies are evident, and vice versa. These two physical processes associated with the MJO are found to have positively (negatively) reinforcing influences in the CCKW activity in phase 1 (4, and 5), while counteracting influences in phases 2, 3, 6, 7, and 8, leading to the observed MJO cycle of the CCKW activity anomalies in the study region. The results presented in this study may have important implications for extended-range prediction of tropical wave activity, and possibly initiation of the MJO further downstream in the Indian Ocean.

  11. Thermodynamics in the Suppressed Phase of the Madden-Julian Oscillation Using a Multiplatform Strategy

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    Roberts, J. Brent; Robertson, Franklin R.; Clayson, Carol Anne; Taylor, Patrick

    2014-01-01

    The Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) represents a prominent mode of intraseasonal tropical variability. It is manifest by coherent large-scale changes in atmospheric circulation, convection, and thermodynamic processes. Preconditioning of the environment prior to the active phase of the MJO has been noted, but the balance of theorized mechanisms to accomplish this process remains unresolved. Further, there is a lack of consensus on the means by which primary initiation of an MJO event occurs. Observational and modeling efforts have recently been undertaken to advance our understanding of the physical underpinnings governing MJO development. However these intensive studies are often limited in space and/or time and are potentially subject to model deficiencies. Satellite observations, especially those providing vertical resolution of temperature and moisture, provide an opportunity to expand our knowledge of processes critical to MJO initiation and preconditioning. This work will provide an analysis of suppressed phase thermodynamics with an emphasis on the use of a complementary suite of satellite observations including AIRS/AMSU-A profiles, CERES radiative fluxes, and cloud properties observed by MODIS. Emphasis of this work will regard the distribution of cloud regimes, their radiative-convective effects, and their relationship to moist static energy during the recharge and suppressed stages of MJO initiation and eastward propagation. The analyses will make use of cloud regimes from MODIS observations to provide a compositing technique that enables the identification of systematic connections between different cloud regimes and the larger scale environment. Within these cloud regimes, the relationship between the associated cloud-radiative effects observed by CERES, vertically-resolved and vertically-integrated thermodynamics using AIRS/AMSU-A observations, and atmospheric boundary layer fluxes will be demonstrated.

  12. Most Dominated Problems of Mass Media Dialogism in National Dailies during the Trial Process of Wikileaks Grounder Julian Assange

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    2014-01-01

    This paper examines media mediation, media effects and their impact on the literacy of the public sphere. To examine the medial text and media mediation's impact on various journalistic fields in different countries, I analyse during the current moment of ¡°the global hunting¡± around WikiLeaks¡¯ founder Julian Assange. As the source, I use 764 published articles in newspapers and online media from six different countries: Sweden, UK, Ecuador, Russia, Latvia and Malaysia. The objective was to...

  13. The role of unattended ground sensors (UGS) in regional confidence building and arms control

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    Vannoni, M.; Duggan, R.

    1997-03-01

    Although the Cold War has ended, the world has not become more peaceful. Without the stability provided by an international system dominated by two super-powers, local conflicts are more likely to escalate. Agreements to counter destabilizing pressures in regional conflicts can benefit from the use of cooperative monitoring. Cooperative monitoring is the collecting, analyzing, and sharing of information among parties to an agreement. Ground sensor technologies can contribute to the collection of relevant information. If implemented with consideration for local conditions, cooperative monitoring can build confidence, strengthen existing agreements, and set the stage for continued progress. This presentation describes two examples: the Israeli-Egyptian Sinai agreements of the 1970s and a conceptual example for the contemporary Korean Peninsula. The Sinai was a precedent for the successful use of UGS within the context of cooperative monitoring. The Korean Peninsula is the world`s largest military confrontation. Future confidence building measures that address the security needs of both countries could decrease the danger of conflict and help create an environment for a peace agreement.

  14. Applying matching pursuit decomposition time-frequency processing to UGS footstep classification

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    Larsen, Brett W.; Chung, Hugh; Dominguez, Alfonso; Sciacca, Jacob; Kovvali, Narayan; Papandreou-Suppappola, Antonia; Allee, David R.

    2013-06-01

    The challenge of rapid footstep detection and classification in remote locations has long been an important area of study for defense technology and national security. Also, as the military seeks to create effective and disposable unattended ground sensors (UGS), computational complexity and power consumption have become essential considerations in the development of classification techniques. In response to these issues, a research project at the Flexible Display Center at Arizona State University (ASU) has experimented with footstep classification using the matching pursuit decomposition (MPD) time-frequency analysis method. The MPD provides a parsimonious signal representation by iteratively selecting matched signal components from a pre-determined dictionary. The resulting time-frequency representation of the decomposed signal provides distinctive features for different types of footsteps, including footsteps during walking or running activities. The MPD features were used in a Bayesian classification method to successfully distinguish between the different activities. The computational cost of the iterative MPD algorithm was reduced, without significant loss in performance, using a modified MPD with a dictionary consisting of signals matched to cadence temporal gait patterns obtained from real seismic measurements. The classification results were demonstrated with real data from footsteps under various conditions recorded using a low-cost seismic sensor.

  15. A political-culture case from late antiquity: the emperor julian and his concept of education - doi: 10.4025/actascieduc.v32i1.9488

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    Margarida Maria de Carvalho

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    Full Text Available Normal 0 21 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Tabela normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0cm; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:10.0pt; font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-ansi-language:#0400; mso-fareast-language:#0400; mso-bidi-language:#0400;} In this article, I propose to appraise Emperor Julian's conception of Paidéia or education. To this end, I will work from the meanings of the Christian Logos and the Greek Logos making use also of Gregory Nazianzen's Against Julian, verifying whether the clash that occurred between Gregory Nazianzen and Julian was not only religious but politico-religious, taking into account that at that point of the 4th century AD no separation of these spheres had yet existed. The text is divided into Preliminary Considerations, where I argue that the conflict between the two authors is political-cultural; The Emperor Julian and the Historiography about his times, in which I demonstrate that since the Emperor Julian's own time there was a myth built around him, and finally about Nazianzen's purpose of writing Against Julian. All of these interlinked points lead to the comprehension of this specific political moment of Late Antiquity.

  16. Da Satis House a Newgate: manipolazione e repressione nell’adattamento di Great Expectations di Julian Jarrold From Satis House to Newgate: Manipulation and Repression in the Adaptation of Great Expectations by Julian Jarrold

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    Claudia Cao

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available Oggetto d’analisi di questo articolo è la miniserie di Great Expectations in due puntate diretta da Julian Jarrold per la BBC nel 1999. Sulla base della proposta metodologica elaborata da Nicola Dusi all’interno del suo saggio Il cinema come traduzione. Da un medium all’altro (2003, il presente lavoro mira a mettere in luce le strategie traduttive che il testo d’arrivo aziona nel confronto con il testo di partenza. Scopo di questo contributo sarà pertanto illustrare in che modo le due isotopie dominanti del testo – la manipolazione e la repressione del protagonista Pip – si figurativizzino nell’adattamento attraverso la rappresentazione dei principali luoghi del potere: Satis House, Little Britain e Newgate.This article analyzes a serial of Great Expectations in two parts directed by Julian Jarrold for the BBC in 1999. Through the semiotic approach proposed by Nicola Dusi in his essay Il cinema come traduzione. Da un medium all’altro (2003, this paper wants to highlight the translation strategies employed in the target text in comparison with the hypotext. The aim of this article is to show how the dominant isotopies – Pip’s repression and manipulation – are figurativized in the representation of the main places of power in the adaptation: Satis House, Little Britain and Newgate.

  17. MJO (Madden-Julian Oscillation) Analysis of the Chlorophyll-a Distribution in Western Waters Bengkulu

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    Haryanto, Y. D.; Fitrianti, N.; Hartoko, A.; Anggoro, S.; Zainuri, M.

    2017-02-01

    The global phenomenon Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) is one of the dominant oscillation in the equatorial region of the Indian Ocean that oscillates between 30-60 days and experience the process of convection movement from west to east. MJO has a correlation of high intensity rainfall of the area in its path. During his journey eastward, the MJO is influenced by the position of the sun. When the sun in the equatorial MJO moves straight east. Meanwhile, when the position of the sun in the south of the equator, MJO shifted slightly to the south of the equator, known as the propagation of the south-east (south-eastern propagation). When the position of the sun is in the north of the equator, MJO shifted slightly to the north of the equator, known as the propagation of the north-east (north-east of propagation). Waters west of Bengkulu has a huge potential in the fisheries sector, which is situated overlooking the Indian Ocean. The phenomenon MJO influence on rainfall, sea surface temperature, and the concentration of chlorophyll-a. This study aims to look at the temporal distribution of sea surface temperature and chlorophyll-a and decide how MJO relationship with SST and precipitation conditions and increasing the amount of chlorophyll during the phase of the MJO in Bengkulu waters. The dataset used is data of chlorophyll-a which download in oceancolor.gfsc.nasa.gov , sea surface temperature data is used is a model of Kaplan Extended V2, RMM1 index data and RMM2 on www.bom.gov.au and rainfall data of Bengkulu region. The method used is descriptive statistical methods, Conditional Probability and logistics regression. From the above explanation can be said that there is a relationship between the incidence of MJO by the number of chlorophyll-a. Odds the addition of chlorophyll-a have a linear relationship with the duration of the incident MJO in Bengkulu, odds increase the amount of chlorophyll-a in Bengkulu region reaches a threshold value of 0.5, it means that the

  18. Precursor Environmental Conditions Associated with the Termination of Madden-Julian Oscillation Events

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    Stachnik, J. P.; Waliser, D. E.; Majda, A.

    2014-12-01

    Current generations of global climate models continue to struggle with simulating many of the observed features of the Madden-Julian oscillation (MJO) and suffer from low skill regarding initiation forecasts. While recent work has focused on those mechanisms thought to be important for MJO initiation, fewer studies have examined the large-scale conditions associated with quiescent periods of the MJO and the decay of existing events. Understanding these mechanisms may provide a valuable context toward improving simulations of MJO initiation and propagation in climate and operational weather forecast models. This study presents an analysis of the precursor environmental conditions related to the termination of MJO events. A simple climatology is created using a real-time MJO monitoring index, documenting the locations and frequencies of MJO decay. Lead-lag composites of several atmospheric variables including temperature, moisture, and intraseasonal wind anomalies are generated from three reanalyses. Long-term, lower tropospheric moisture deficits over the local domain best identify terminating events over the Indian Ocean, with a northward shift of the Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) and corresponding lead times as much as 20 days prior to MJO decay. Statistically significant differences are also identified more than 10 days in advance of MJO termination events in the west Pacific, though the vertical velocity and moisture anomalies are more symmetric about the equator. We also present results for those MJOs that terminate over the maritime continent. Unlike the Indian Ocean and west Pacific, the likelihood of an MJO to cross the maritime continent appears related to its own intensity, rather than the upstream environmental conditions, with only the strongest MJOs propagating into the warm pool region. Finally, a budget analysis is performed on the three-dimensional moisture advection equation in order to better elucidate what time-scales and physical

  19. Prediction of the Madden-Julian oscillation with the POAMA dynamical prediction system

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    Rashid, Harun A.; Hendon, Harry H.; Wheeler, Matthew C.; Alves, Oscar

    2011-02-01

    Predictions of the Madden-Julian oscillation (MJO) are assessed using a 10-member ensemble of hindcasts from POAMA, the Australian Bureau of Meteorology coupled ocean-atmosphere seasonal prediction system. The ensemble of hindcasts was initialised from observed atmosphere and ocean initial conditions on the first of each month during 1980-2006. The MJO is diagnosed using the Wheeler-Hendon Real-time Multivariate MJO (RMM) index, which involves projection of daily data onto the leading pair of eigenmodes from an analysis of zonal winds at 200 and 850 hPa and outgoing longwave radiation (OLR) averaged about the equator. Forecasts of the two component (RMM1 and RMM2) index are quantitatively compared with observed behaviour derived from NCEP reanalyses and satellite OLR using the bivariate correlation skill, root-mean-square error (RMSE), and measures of the MJO amplitude and phase error. Comparison is also made with a simple vector autoregressive (VAR) prediction model of RMM as a benchmark. Using the full hindcast set, we find that the MJO can be predicted with the POAMA ensemble out to about 21 days as measured by the bivariate correlation exceeding 0.5 and the bivariate RMSE remaining below ~1.4 (which is the value for a climatological forecast). The VAR model, by comparison, drops to a correlation of 0.5 by about 12 days. The prediction limit from POAMA increases by less than 2 days for times when the MJO has large initial amplitude, and has little sensitivity to the initial phase of the MJO. The VAR model, on the other hand, shows a somewhat larger increase in skill for times of strong MJO variability and has greater sensitivity to initial phase, with lower skill for times when MJO convection is developing in the Indian Ocean. The sensitivity to season is, however, greater for POAMA, with maximum skill occurring in the December-January-February season and minimum skill in June-July-August. Examination of the MJO amplitudes shows that individual POAMA members

  20. Influence of Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) on Rainfall Variability over West Africa at Intraseasonal Timescale

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    Niang, C.

    2015-12-01

    Intraseasonal variability of rainfall over West Africa plays a significant role in the economy of the region and is highly linked to agriculture and water resources. This research study aims to investigate the relationship between Madden Julian Oscillation (MJO) and rainfall over West Africa during the boreal summer in the the state-of-the-art Atmospheric Model Intercomparison Project (AMIP) type simulations performed by Atmosphere General Circulation Models (GCMs) forced with prescribed Sea Surface Temperature (SST). It aims to determine the impact of MJO on rainfall and convection over West Africa and identify the dynamical processes which are involved in the state-of-the-art climate simulations. The simulations show in general good skills in capturing its main characteristics as well as its influence on rainfall over West Africa. On the global scale, most models simulated an eastward spatio-temporal propagation of enhanced and suppressed convection similar to the observed. However, over West Africa the MJO signal is weak in few of the models although there is a good coherence in the eastward propagation. The influence on rainfall is well captured in both Sahel and Guinea regions thereby adequately producing the transition between positive and negative rainfall anomalies through the different phases as seen in the observation. Furthermore, the results show that strong active convective phase is clearly associated with the African Easterly Jet (AEJ) but the weak convective phase is associated with a much weaker AEJ particularly over coastal Ghana. In assessing the mechanisms which are involved in the above impacts the convectively equatorial coupled waves (CCEW) are analysed separately. The analysis of the longitudinal propagation of zonal wind at 850hPa and outgoing longwave radiation (OLR) shows that the CCEW are very weak and their extention are very limited beyong West African region. It was found that the westward coupled equatorial Rossby waves are needed to

  1. Secondary Development Technologies of Universal Cam Curve by UG Software%基于UG的通用凸轮曲线三次开发技术

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    张加兵; 傅燕鸣; 王居正

    2011-01-01

    A curve of cams movement trace of given cam-follower. Greatly impacts the efficiency, precision and lifespan of the cam-mechanism, so it plays an important role in cam design. In order to design cam mechanism fast and effectively, the equations of general cam were derived and summarized. Furthermore through comprehensive applications of Visual C + + 6. 0, UG/OPEN MenuScript, UG/OPEN UlStyler and UG/OPEN API etc. Development tools, based on UG software, a general cam design model with higher efficiency was developed.%凸轮曲线是凸轮驱动从动件的运动曲线,它影响到凸轮机构的效率、精度以及寿命,故在凸轮设计中十分重要.为快速有效地进行凸轮机构设计,总结推导了通用凸轮曲线公式,综合应用Visual C++6.0、UG/OPEN MenuScript、UG/OPEN UIStyler和UG/OPEN API等开发工具,开发了基于UG软件的通用凸轮设计模块,提高了凸轮机构设计效率.

  2. Application of UG NX in forging die manufacturing%UGNX在锻模加工中的应用

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    孙劲松

    2012-01-01

    以汽车曲轴锻造的模具加工为例,选用UG NX CAM软件进行NC编程,利用UG的CAD和CAM集成,提高工作效率.对于锻模的难加工材料,可以选用TiAlN等涂层的刀具,尽量使用大直径的刀具以提高刚性.粗加工工艺可以采用摆线加工,以获得高加工效率和长刀具寿命.精加工先选用较大的刀具加工,再用小的刀具局部清根.%Taking crankshaft mould machining for example, working efficiency was improved by NC programming using UG NX CAM software and UG CAD/CAM integration. For the forging mould materials which are hard to machine, coating tools such as TiAlN were choosem, tools with as large as possible diameter were used to improve rigidity. Tro-choidal machining was used for rough machining process to get high efficiency and long life of tools. Finish machining process includes machining with larger tools first and flow cut with smaller tools.

  3. Rachunek kosztów działańjako podstawa wyceny usług

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    Full Text Available Artykuł prezentuje wykorzystanie rachunku kosztów działań do wyceny usług na trzech rynkach podlegających centralnym regulacjom – rynku usług pocztowych, telekomunikacyjnych oraz świadczeń zdrowotnych. Doświadczenia krajów Unii Europejskiej (w tym Polski pokazują nowe obszary wykorzystania rachunku kosztów działań. Potwierdzają, że zastosowanie tego narzędzia pozwala na kontrolę kosztów ponoszonych przy świadczeniu usług oraz wycenę na podstawie rzeczywistego rachunku ekonomicznego. Takie podejście gwarantuje przejrzystość procesu wyceny na rynkach, na których odgrywa to szczególnie istotną rolę. W części pierwszej przedstawiono zarys koncepcji rachunku kosztów działań wykorzystanej w PPUP Poczta Polska. Scharakteryzowano zastosowane rozwiązanie dostosowane do specyfiki działań poczty, zawierające elementy obiektowego rachunku kosztów działań oraz rachunku kosztów działań sterowanego czasem. W części drugiej zaprezentowano zastosowanie koncepcji rachunku kosztów działań do wyceny świadczonych usług w British Telecom. Wykorzystanie właściwych nośników kosztów pozwala na prawidłowe przypisanie kosztów obiektom je generującym. W części trzeciej opisano doświadczenia krajów Unii Europejskiej w zakresie stosowania rachunku kosztów działań do wyceny świadczeń medycznych. Stanowią one przesłankę dla wdrożenia tej koncepcji do wyceny usług zdrowotnych na rynku polskim.

  4. Surface chemistry and spectroscopy of UG8 asphaltene Langmuir film, part 2.

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    Orbulescu, Jhony; Mullins, Oliver C; Leblanc, Roger M

    2010-10-05

    While there has been much focus on asphaltenes in toluene, there has been much less focus on asphaltenes in other solvents. It is important to quantify characteristics of asphaltenes in solvents besides toluene in order to better assess their molecular architecture as well as their fundamental aggregation characteristics. The present work focuses on the investigation of UG8 asphaltene Langmuir films at the air-water interface using chloroform as spreading solvent. The results are compared to the results recently obtained using toluene as spreading solvent. Surface pressure-area isotherms and UV-vis spectroscopy indicate that asphaltenes form smaller nanoaggregates in chloroform than in toluene in similar concentration ranges. Still these nanoaggreates share common features with those in toluene. From the surface pressure-area and compression-decompression isotherms, Brewster angle microscopy, and p-polarized infrared reflection-absorption spectroscopy, it was concluded that small size aggregates are spread on the water surface and the compression of the film leads to formation of large aggregates. The films (Langmuir-Schaefer and Langmuir-Blodgett) studied by atomic force microscopy reveal the existence of nanoaggregates spread on the water surface that coexist with large aggregates formed during compression. In addition to these findings, the spreading solvent, chloroform, allows the determination of asphaltene absorption bands using in situ UV-vis spectroscopy at the air-water interface after 15 min waiting time period. The absorbance data carried out after waiting a time period of 1 h shows similar features with the ones carried out after only 15 min; therefore, there is no need to wait 1 h as in the case when toluene is used as spreading solvent. A comparison of the data obtained from chloroform and toluene shows that smaller aggregate sizes are obtained from chloroform as suggested from the surface pressure-area isotherm, in situ UV-vis spectroscopy, and

  5. The Practice of Comparative Teaching Method in UG Teaching%对比教学法在UG教学中的实践

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    廖波

    2016-01-01

    UG软件广泛应用于航空、航天、汽车、造船、模具、机械等行业,高等职业教育以培养技术技能型人才为主要目标,UG软件教育在高职教育中有着重要的作用。本文探索了高职UG软件教学方法在学习UG软件中的重要性。%UG software is widely used in aviation, aerospace, automobile, shipbuilding, die and mould, mechanical industry, higher vocational education to cultivate technical talents as the main target, UG software education in the higher vocational education has a important role. This paper explores the importance of the teaching method of UG software in Higher Vocational Education in UG software learning.

  6. Roll forging die design based on UG secondary development%UG二次开发在辊锻模具设计中的应用

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    魏科; 王高潮; 李宁; 夏春林

    2011-01-01

    综合运用UG表达式法及UG二次开发工具UG/Open API、UG/0pen MenuScript、UG/Open UIStyler和Visual C++6.0,根据汽车前轴锻件的加工原理,开发了汽车前轴精制坯辊锻系统.在该系统中,前轴辊锻件和辊锻模参数化造型易于设计及修改,任何汽车前轴设计人员都能够方便的操作.该系统对提高汽车前轴辊锻模具设计的效率、缩短模具开发周期具有较强的实用价值,同时也为后期的辊锻模具制造和有限元模拟做好了强大的铺垫.%Combined with the method of UG expression and the tools of the UG secondary development including UG/Open MenuScript, UG/Open UIStyler, UG/Open API and Visual C+ +6.0,the roll-forging system of precision and billet on automotive front axle was developed based on the front axle forging process theory. In this system, the front axle forging and die was easily modified, and any front axle forging designer could handle it with much convenience.This method brings practical values for improving efficiency of front axle forging die design and shortening the die development period, meanwhile, making a strong fundament for the following roll-forging die production and finite element method.

  7. Quantification of African cassava mosaic virus (ACMV) and East African cassava mosaic virus (EACMV-UG) in single and mixed infected Cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) using quantitative PCR.

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    Naseem, Saadia; Winter, Stephan

    2016-01-01

    The quantity of genomic DNA-A and DNA-B of African cassava mosaic virus (ACMV) and East African cassava mosaic virus Uganda (Uganda variant, EACMV-UG) was analysed using quantitative PCR to assess virus concentrations in plants from susceptible and tolerant cultivars. The concentrations of genome components in absolute and relative quantification experiments in single and mixed viral infections were determined. Virus concentration was much higher in symptomatic leaf tissues compared to non-symptomatic leaves and corresponded with the severity of disease symptoms. In general, higher titres were recorded for EACMV-UG Ca055 compared to ACMV DRC6. The quantitative assessment also showed that the distribution of both viruses in the moderately resistant cassava cv. TMS 30572 was not different from the highly susceptible cv. TME 117. Natural mixed infections with both viruses gave severe disease symptoms. Relative quantification of virus genomes in mixed infections showed higher concentrations of EACMV-UG DNA-A compared to ACMV DNA-A, but a marked reduction of EACMV-UG DNA-B. The higher concentrations of EACMV-UG DNA-B compared to EACMV DNA-A accumulation in single infections were consistent. Since DNA-B is implicated in virus cell-to-cell spread and systemic movement, the abundance of the EACMV-UG DNA-B may be an important factor driving cassava mosaic disease epidemic.

  8. 五轴数控加工中心UG NX后处理研究%UG NX Post-processing Research on Five-axis CNC Machining Center

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    艾建军; 刘建敏; 许东太

    2010-01-01

    介绍了UG后处理开发的方法,以一个典型的A、B摆角的五轴FANUC系统数控龙门铣床为例.设定了机床参数、程序和刀轨参数,叙述了刀库后处理方法.指出了普通的UG NX/Post Builder产生的后处理文件不符合要求时,可利用Custom Command(用户自定义命令)来处理,生成符合条件的NC程序.

  9. Convective moisture adjustment time scale as a key factor in regulating model amplitude of the Madden-Julian Oscillation

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    Jiang, Xianan; Zhao, Ming; Maloney, Eric D.; Waliser, Duane E.

    2016-10-01

    Despite its pronounced impacts on weather extremes worldwide, the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) remains poorly represented in climate models. Here we present findings that point to some necessary ingredients to produce a strong MJO amplitude in a large set of model simulations from a recent model intercomparison project. While surface flux and radiative heating anomalies are considered important for amplifying the MJO, their strength per unit MJO precipitation anomaly is found to be negatively correlated to MJO amplitude across these multimodel simulations. However, model MJO amplitude is found to be closely tied to a model's convective moisture adjustment time scale, a measure of how rapidly precipitation must increase to remove excess column water vapor, or alternately the efficiency of surface precipitation generation per unit column water vapor anomaly. These findings provide critical insights into key model processes for the MJO and pinpoint a direction for improved model representation of the MJO.

  10. Phytosociological analysis of alpine swards and heathlands (pioneer patches on ridges and peaks in the Julian Alps (NW Slovenia

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    Dakskobler Igor

    2017-06-01

    Full Text Available We conducted a phytosociological analysis of more than 250 relevés in the Julian Alps and compared them with similar communities elsewhere in the Alps and in the Dinaric Alps to describe the following new syntaxa of alpine swards and heathlands from the alliance Caricion firmae (class Elyno-Seslerietea: Saxifrago squarrosae-Caricetum mucronatae, Saussureo pygmaeae-Caricetum rupestris, Seslerio sphaerocephalae-Dryadetum octopetalae, Homogyno discoloris-Vaccinietum gaultherioidis, Saxifrago paniculatae-Caricetum fuliginosae and Homogyno discoloris-Loiseleurietum caricetosum firmae, the new association Achilleo clavennae-Elynetum myosuroidis from the alliance Oxytropido-Elynion and two new syntaxa from the alliance Loiseleurio-Vaccinion (class Loiseleurio-Vaccinietea: Homogyno alpinae-Vaccinietum gaultherioidis and Empetro-Vaccinietum gaultherioidis rhododendretosum hirsuti. Many species that are rare, of conservation concern or protected in Slovenia occur in the newly described communities.

  11. A mechanism-denial study on the Madden-Julian Oscillation with reduced interference from mean state changes

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    Ma, D.; Kuang, Z.

    2016-03-01

    Mechanism-denial experiments using Superparameterized Community Atmosphere Model are conducted to investigate the importance of extratropical and circumnavigating waves, wind-evaporation feedback, and radiative-convective feedback to the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO). A common issue with mechanism-denial studies is the interference from mean state changes when processes are turned off in the model. Here time-invariant forcing and nudging on effective timescales longer than the intraseasonal timescale are implemented to maintain the mean state. The MJO activity remains largely unchanged with suppressed extratropical and circumnavigating waves when the mean state is maintained to be close to that of the control run, suggesting that excitation of MJO by extratropical and circumnavigating waves is not necessary for the existence of MJO in this model. It is also shown that the wind-evaporation feedback slows down eastward propagation of the MJO, and the radiative-convective feedback amplifies the MJO.

  12. 应用UG NX软件实现汽车零部件的参数化设计

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    罗金桥; 杨波; 邓楚南

    2006-01-01

    本文针对汽车制动器间隙自动调整臂的设计特点及设计过程。应用UG NX 2.0软件的参数化设计模块,通过改变零部件的主要特征参数,生成了不同型号的零部件。从而缩短产品的设计周期,提高设计效率。

  13. Application of Knowledge and UG Secondary Development Technology in Parametric Design System of Spreader%基于知识与 UG 二次开发的吊具参数化设计系统

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    王小明; 王耕耘; 张文明; 王华侨

    2016-01-01

    由于作业时需要具有很高的安全性,因此吊具结构尺寸的设计和安全性检验便成为关键。在原有设计方法的基础上,利用UG7.5开发了吊具设计系统,并采用 ANSYS对吊具进行有限元分析。根据计算和有限元分析结果,优化了吊具的结构尺寸,实现了吊具在生产前的检验与优化。%Because of the high security requirements of spreader ,the structure design and safety testing of spreader have become important .Based on the original design methods ,a parametric design system of spreader was developed by using UG7 .5 ,and this paper conducted finite element analysis for the spreader with ANSYS .According to the results of the calculation and finite element analysis ,the structural dimensions of the spreader could be improved ,and the spreader could be inspected and optimized before production .

  14. Steve Boardman and Julian Goodare, eds., Kings, Lords and Men in Scotland and Britain, 1300–1625: Essays in Honour of Jenny Wormald. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2014. Pp. 368. ISBN: 9780748691500. £75.00.

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    Full Text Available Steve Boardman and Julian Goodare, eds., Kings, Lords and Men in Scotland and Britain, 1300–1625: Essays in Honour of Jenny Wormald. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2014. Pp. 368. ISBN: 9780748691500. £75.00.

  15. The Interaction of Input and UG in the Acquisition of Verb Movement in a Dialect of Norwegian

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    Full Text Available In this paper it is argued that a principle of information structure provided by Universal Grammar (UG may interact with input in the acquisition of word order. In a study which investigates three children from the age of approximately 1;9 to 3 acquiring a Northern dialect of Norwegian, it has previously been shown that word order patterns in certain types of wh-questions which are sensitive to subtle distinctions in the information value of the subject (given vs. new are acquired extremely early (Westergaard 2003a. This paper presents a study of the same children’s topicalization constructions, and it is shown that, although these patterns of information structure do not appear in the input, the children nevertheless show traces of these patterns in the non-target forms that they occasionally produce. Thus, in their very early production of topicalization constructions the children seem to be guided by a word order principle based on information structure, which could be taken as support for this as a word order preferred by UG.

  16. 基于 Imageware 和 UG 技术的逆向曲面重构及模具设计方法%Reverse Surface Reconstruction and Mould Design Method Based on Imageware & UG

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    郭恒亚; 黄明; 李红莉

    2015-01-01

    Using reverse assistive technology for fast and precise mold design of some complex structure products,using 3D laser scanner to get point cloud data,using Imageware software for point cloud processing and surface reconstruction,then 3D modeling in UG software and the corresponding optimal design were made. The full mould drawings of final design with the most reasonable method was got for subsequent mould processing and production. The results show that this method can not only improve the precision of the mould and products,and can greatly shorten the design cycle,save cost. Especially for some complex structure, high surface requirements or lost original geometric data of the products,it can exert more advantage.%采用逆向辅助技术,对一款结构较为复杂的某制品进行快速而精确的模具设计,先利用三维激光扫描仪得到其点云数据,再使用 Imageware 软件进行点云处理和曲面重构,然后在 UG 软件中进行三维造型及相应的优化设计,最终以最合理的设计方法得到完整的模具图,用于后续的模具加工与生产。结果表明,此方法既能提高模具及产品的精度,又能大大缩短设计周期,节约成本。尤其对一些具有结构复杂、曲面要求高或者缺失原始几何数据的制品,此方法更能发挥其优势。

  17. The Application of UG Software in the Design of Complex Plastic Model%UG软件在复杂塑料模具设计中的应用

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    2015-01-01

    Plastic products with their excellent performance and wide use, gradually occupy an important position. This paper mainly analyzes the main features of UG software and its specific function, discusses the application situa-tion of UG software in complex plastic model, and introduces some specific operation of UC software in plastic model design, and with the specific design case interprets the application of UG software in complex plastic mold design.%本文分析了UG软件的主要特点及具体功能,论述了UG软件在复杂塑料模型中的应用现状,并且以具体设计为案例,对UG软件在复杂塑料模具设计中的应用进行阐述.

  18. Research of the Secondary Development of UG Based on Visual Studio 2010%基于Visual Studio 2010的UG二次开发研究

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    刘奇; 林岗

    2015-01-01

    Visual Studio 2010是集VB、VC#、VC++等为一体的集成开发平台,并且具有操作简便、稳定可靠等特点.目前UG二次开发大多基于VC++6.0平台,基于Visual Studio 2010平台的比较少.文章选用UG/Open API和UG/Open MenuScript 语言作为技术支持,利用Visual Studio 2010平台创建NX6 Open Wizard类型项目,编写了程序代码,并经过调试和修改,编译生成了DLL文件,最终完成了UG零件的二次开发,为UG(Unigraphics)二次开发提供了一种新的途径.

  19. Study on Intelligent NC Programming for Complex Components of Marine Diesel Based on KBE and UG NX

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    ZHANG Liang; ZHANG Shengwen; FANG Xifeng

    2006-01-01

    The NC programming for complex components has lots drawbacks such as excessive repetitious labors, heavy workload and lack of optimization, which are especially serious in NC programming for complex components of marine diesel. Based on the key technologies of applying KBE(Knowledge Based Engineering)to NC programming--knowledge representation, generalized knowledge base, knowledge acquisition and knowledge reasoning, the system of intelligent NC programming for complex components of marine diesel has been built by means of the knowledge template and the UG/Open. The experiment results indicate that the NC program generated with high efficiency of NC programming by the system is accurate enough to meet the need of NC machining. Consequently, the automatization and intelligentization of NC programming has been presented, and the study is proved to be a successful attempt in the area of applying KBE to NC programming.

  20. Implications of $D^0-\\overline{D^0}$ on the rare top quark decays $t\\to u\\gamma$ and $t\\to ug$

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    Aranda, J I; Ramírez--Zavaleta, F; Toscano, J J; Tututi, E S

    2009-01-01

    The recently observed mass difference of the $D^0-\\overline{D^0}$ mixing is used to predict the branching ratios of the rare top quark decays $t\\to u\\gamma$ and $t\\to ug$ in a model independent way using the effective Lagrangian approach. It is found that $Br(t\\to u\\gamma)<4\\times 10^{-4}$ and $Br(t\\to ug)<2\\times 10^{-3}$, which still may be within reach of the LHC collider.

  1. Extended-range forecast of spring rainfall in southern China based on the Madden-Julian Oscillation

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    Li, Wenkai; Hsu, Pang-chi; He, Jinhai; Zhu, Zhiwei; Zhang, Wenjun

    2016-06-01

    Spring (March-May) rainfall after a dry period in winter has a substantial impact on agriculture and water management in populous southern China. The occurrence of low-frequency spring rainfall anomalies has been linked with the tropical Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) through its modulation of large-scale circulation and moisture supply over southern China. Using the spatial and temporal information of the MJO as a predictor, an empirical model for extended-range forecasting of spring rainfall in southern China was constructed. We first obtained the coupled patterns between the preceding MJO evolutions (real-time multivariate MJO index) and the succeeding rainfall variability in southern China based on singular value decomposition analysis. Then, a prediction was carried out by projecting the predictor onto the spatiotemporal coupled patterns. Useful skill, in terms of the temporal correlation coefficient (TCC) between the predicted and observed rainfall over southern China, persisted up to a forecast lead-time of six pentads. The forecast amplitude bias in terms of root-mean-square error was around 1.0 standard deviation. Also, the forecast skill was highly dependent on the strength of the MJO signal. During active MJO periods, the TCC skill was around twofold larger than that during weak MJO periods. The current statistical model shows encouraging ability, but additional work is required to improve its forecasting skill.

  2. [The celebrity of Polish and French medicine--Józef Julian Franciszek Feliks Babiński (1857-1932)].

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    Skalski, Janusz H; Gładki, Marcin; Pypłacz, Dariusz

    2007-07-01

    The paper presents a biography of Polish and French medical scientist, Józef Julian Franciszek Feliks Babiński (1857-1932), a son of Polish exiles to France after the unsuccessful insurrection against the Russian occupants. Born in Paris, Babiński considered Poland as his own home-country, being faithful and grateful citizen of France, his adopted country. He made his neurological department in Paris a world famous medical centre at the turn of the 20th century. Currently for every student of medicine or physician practitioner, the name of Babiński immediately associates with the "toe phenomenon" (phénomène des orteils). The discovery of this "sign" (1896) is the crowning point of Babiński's work in semiology. He was a co-author of discoveries known under eponym names of syndromes: Babinski-Nageotte, Babinski-Fröhlich, Anton-Babinski and many others. Babiński emphasized his Polish origins, expressing his feeling towards two home countries (1922): "I am proud to have two countries--to one, I owe the knowledge, to the other, the country of my ancestors, the elements of my Polish soul...".

  3. Impact of Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) on global distribution of total water vapor and column ozone

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    Fathurochman, Irvan; Lubis, Sandro W.; Setiawan, Sonni

    2017-01-01

    The Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) is the leading mode of intra-seasonal variability in the tropical troposphere, characterized by an eastward moving ‘pulse’ of cloud and rainfall near the equator. In this study, total precipitable water (TPW) and total column ozone (TCO) datasets from ECMWF ERA-Interim reanalysis were used to analyse the impact of the MJO on the distribution of water vapor and column ozone in the tropics from 1979 to 2013. The results show that seasonal variations of TPW modulated by the MJO are maximized in the tropics of about 10°S-10°N during boreal winter, while the variation in TCO is maximized in the mid-latitudes of about 30°S - 40°N in the same season. The composite analysis shows that MJO modulates TPW and TCO anomalies eastward across the globe. The underlying mechanism of the MJO’s impact on TPW is mainly associated with variation of tropical convection modulated by the MJO, while the underlying mechanism of the MJO’s impact on TCO is mainly associated with an intra-seasonal variability of tropopause height modulated by the MJO activity. This knowledge helps to improve the prediction skill of the intra-seasonal variation of water vapor and column ozone in the tropics during boreal winter.

  4. Moist Process Biases in Simulations of the Madden–Julian Oscillation Episodes Observed during the AMIE/DYNAMO Field Campaign

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    Hagos, Samson M.; Feng, Zhe; Burleyson, Casey D.; Zhao, Chun; Martini, Matus N.; Berg, Larry K.

    2016-02-01

    Two Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) episodes observed during the 2011 AMIE/DYNAMO field campaign are simulated using a regional cloud-permitting model, a regional model with various cumulus parameterizations, and a global variable-resolution model with a high-resolution region centered over the tropical Indian Ocean. Model biases associated with moisture mode instability, wind-induced surface heat exchange (WISHE), and convective momentum transport (CMT) are examined and their relative contributions to the overall model errors are quantified using a linear statistical model. Linear relationships are found among the normalized root mean square errors of precipitation, saturation fraction, evaporation, and surface wind speed suggesting that errors may propagate across the processes involving these variables. Analysis using a linear statistical model shows the relationship between convection and local surface wind speed (related to CMT processes) is the source of the largest uncertainty. In comparison, WISHE processes in the simulations tend to be biased consistently, with excess evaporation for the same wind speeds as the observations, which suggests they are likely related to biases in boundary layer and/or surface schemes. The relationship between precipitation and saturation fraction (which is associated with moisture mode instability) is captured relatively well with slightly larger model precipitation in the simulations in comparison to observations for the same saturation fraction, especially for weak rain rates. By linking developments in theoretical understanding of MJO processes and cumulus parameterizations, this study provides guidance to future improvements of MJO simulation by in high-resolution regional and global models.

  5. Effective control parameters in a deep convection scheme for improved simulation of the Madden-Julian oscillation

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    Choi, Jin-Ho; Seo, Kyong-Hwan

    2016-07-01

    This work seeks to find the most effective parameters in a deep convection scheme (relaxed Arakawa-Schubert scheme) of the National Centers of Environmental Prediction Climate Forecast System model for improved simulation of the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO). A suite of sensitivity experiments are performed by changing physical components such as the relaxation parameter of mass flux for adjustment of the environment, the evaporation rate from large-scale precipitation, the moisture trigger threshold using relative humidity of the boundary layer, and the fraction of re-evaporation of convective (subgrid-scale) rainfall. Among them, the last two parameters are found to produce a significant improvement. Increasing the strength of these two parameters reduces light rainfall that inhibits complete formation of the tropical convective system or supplies more moisture that help increase a potential energy to large-scale environment in the lower troposphere (especially at 700 hPa), leading to moisture preconditioning favorable for further development and eastward propagation of the MJO. In a more humid environment, more organized MJO structure (i.e., space-time spectral signal, eastward propagation, and tilted vertical structure) is produced.

  6. Epidemiology of Puccinia graminis f.sp. tritici-Ug99 in the Rift Valley “Flyway” from Uganda-Kenya to Yemen

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    Nagarajan, S.; Kogel, H.J.; Zadoks, J.C.

    2012-01-01

    Dispersal of a new virulence of Puccinia graminis tritici (Pgt)-Ug99 from Uganda-Kenya to Yemen, over >1000 km, happened in four years. Geo-agro-ecology of wheat cultivation and the epidemiology of Pgt indicate that the Rift Valley is a natural conduit “flyway.” The widely prevalent “green bridge

  7. Finite Element Structural Analysis based on UG and AYSYS%基于UG和ANSYS的有限元结构分析

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    朱俊圃; 任军号

    2012-01-01

    通过对某型开关阀构件的结构可靠性进行有限元分析,研究了UG和ANSYS相结合的有效方法.讨论了在UG中建模并在ANSYS中预处理、解算和后处理的方法和在UG中完全预处理、在ANSYS中解算和进行后处理的方法.实践表明,后一种方法能更有效地体现UG和ANSYS软件各自的优点,更适合工程实际应用.本文的分析结论对复杂结构的实体模型进行有限元分析有一定的参考价值.%Through the questions of a component of switch valve about reliable finite element analysis, the paper re-searched the effective way that how to combine UG with ANSYS. Discussed UG modeling and the way of pretreatment, computing and aflcrtreatment in ANSYS and in UG. The practice showed that the last way can get the advantages both UG and ANSYS. it is more suitable for application of real engineering. The conclusions of this paper have some reference values for complicated structural mockup finite element analysis.

  8. Genetic mapping of resistance to the Ug99 race group of Puccinia graminis f. sp tritici in a spring wheat landrace CItr 4311

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    Wheat landrace CItr 4311 has seedling resistance to stem rust caused by Puccinia graminis f. sp tritici Eriks. & E. Henn (Pgt) race TTKSK and field resistance to the Ug99 race group. Parents, F1 seedlings, 121 doubled haploid (DH) lines, and 124 recombinant inbred lines (RILs) developed from a cross...

  9. 基于UG的航空发动机管路系统流阻分析%Flow Resistance Analysis on Aeroengine Pipe System Based on UG

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    邱明星; 付鹏哲; 钟易成; 赵士洋

    2011-01-01

    Pipe modeling and flow analysis of aeroengine pipe system were performed respectively in software of CAD and CAE.A great deal of time and resources were wasted in repeated data transmission and modeling between two kinds of softwares.The UG routing models and topology information were analyzed based on the UG/Open API.The inserted modules of fluid system resistance analysis in workbench of UG NX3.0 were developed by the flow simulation software FOCUSS-FS.The real-time on-line flow analysis of aeroengine pipe modeling was achieved,which increase the efficiency of pipe design.%航空发动机外部管路系统的管路建模和流动分析分别在CAD和CAE软件中进行,在管路设计及改进时往往需在2种软件之间进行重复建模和数据传递,耗费大量时间与资源。为此,基于UG/Open API技术,通过对UG管路模型几何与拓扑信息进行研究,利用流体仿真软件FOCUSS-FS开发了UG NX3.0工作平台下的内嵌式管路流阻分析模块,实现了发动机管路建模时的实时在线流动分析,极大地提高了外部管路设计效率。

  10. Cloud-Radiative Driving of the Madden-Julian Oscillation as Seen by the A-Train

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    Del Genio, Anthony; Chen, Yonghua

    2015-01-01

    Cloud and water vapor radiative heating anomalies associated with convection may be an effective source of moist static energy driving the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO). In this paper five years of radiative heating profiles derived from CloudSat radar and Cloud-Aerosol Lidar and Infrared Pathfinder Satellite Observation data are analyzed to document radiative heating anomalies during the MJO. Atmospheric shortwave absorption and surface longwave radiation anomalies are of opposite sign and 10-20% as large as top-of-atmosphere outgoing longwave radiation (OLR) anomalies, confirming that OLR provides a useful estimate of the total column radiative heating anomaly. Positive anomalies generally peak about one week before the MJO peak and are smallest over the Indian Ocean. Anomalies over the Maritime Continent are strongest, and coincident with the MJO peak. Shortwave heating profile anomalies are about half as large as longwave anomalies in the active region of the MJO but generally of opposite sign; thus shortwave heating damps the longwave destabilization of the lower troposphere. The exception is the onset phase of the MJO, where shortwave and longwave heating anomalies due to thin cirrus are both positive in the upper troposphere and exert a stabilizing influence. Specific humidity anomalies in the middle troposphere reach 0.5 g kg(exp. -1), but the associated clear sky heating anomaly is very small. Radiative enhancement of column moist static energy becomes significant about 10 days before the MJO peak, when precipitation anomalies are still increasing, and then remains high after the MJO peak after precipitation has begun to decline.

  11. Heavy precipitation in the southwest of Iran: association with the Madden-Julian Oscillation and synoptic scale analysis

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    Jafar Nazemosadat, M.; Shahgholian, K.

    2017-01-01

    Some important characteristics of the November-April heavy precipitation in southwestern parts of Iran and their linkages to the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) were assessed for the period of 1975-2011. Daily precipitation data in nine meteorological stations spread in various parts of the study area and the corresponding MJO indices were analyzed. For each station, precipitation data were sorted in descending order and those values that fell within 5% of the highest records were categorized as the heavy precipitation. Besides this, the 10% threshold was also analyzed as an axillary assessment. The considered heavy precipitation data (5% threshold) accounted from about 26-35% of total annual precipitation. About half of the heavy precipitation occurred during December-January period and the other half distributed within the months of March, February, November and April by about 17, 14, 13and 6%, respectively. The highest frequency of heavy precipitation was related to the MJO phase 8. After this, the more frequent precipitation events were respectively associated to the phases 2, 7, 1, 6, 5 and 4 of the MJO. For the phases 1, 2, 7 and 8 frequency of the heavy precipitation statistically increased when the MJO amplitude was greater than unity. In contrast, for phases 4 and 5, heavy precipitation was generally linked to the spells that the amplitude size was lower than unity. Formation of a strong north-south oriented cold front mainly in Saudi Arabia and west-east oriented warm fronts in the southwest of Iran were realized as the key elements for initiating heavy precipitation over the study area. Although development of the Mediterranean-based cyclonic circulation is essential for the formation of these fronts, moisture transport mostly originates from northern parts of the Arabian Sea, southern parts of the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf.

  12. 基于 UG 图形模板的渐开线花键轴滚轧轮参数化设计%Parametric Design of Rolling Wheel of Involute Spline Shaft Based on UG Graphical Templates

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    王柯智; 余小鲁

    2014-01-01

    The authors used UG to parametric modeling the rolling wheel of involute spline shaft .The basic parame‐ters of the rolling wheel were determined by the parameters of the spline shaft ,then the spline shaft parameters were associated with the 3D model of the rolling wheel .By modifying the keys ,modulus ,pressure angle and other pa‐rameters of spline shaft ,three‐dimensional model of rolling wheel was obtained ,which improves the design efficien‐cy and reusability of design ideas greatly .%运用UG软件对渐开线花键轴滚轧轮进行参数化建模,通过花键轴的参数确定滚轧轮基本参数,将花键轴参数与滚轧轮三维模型关联起来。通过修改花键轴的键数、模数、压力角等参数,建立所需滚轧轮的三维模型,大大提高了设计效率以及设计思路的可重用性。

  13. Application of the Machine Vice Motion Simulation Based on the UG NX%基于UG NX在机用虎钳运动仿真中的应用

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    胡素萍

    2012-01-01

    NX是一种最普及、最优秀的CAD/CAM/CAE软件。笔者结合近几年的教学及工作经验,借助NX软件强大的实体建模功能进行建模,并利用装配功能完成了虚拟模型的创建,然后进行了详细的运动仿真分析。本文简单介绍NX软件的装配模块以及UGNX运动仿真应用于机械结构设计。%NX is one of the most popular and the most excellent CAD/CAM/CAE software. Combined with the teaching and work experience in recent years, and with the help of powerful modeling function of the NX soft- ware, this paper uses the assembly function to complete the virtual model, and then carries out a detailed analysis simulation. This paper briefly introduces the assembly module of the NX software and the application of UG NX motion simulation to the design of mechanical structure.

  14. Rapid Design and Processing Technology of Injection Mold Based on UG6.0%基于UG6.0的注塑模具的快速设计与加工技术

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    李斐; 王艳萍

    2011-01-01

    以塑料鼠标上盖制品为例,按照现代模具设计方法的一般过程,综合运用UG中模具设计与加工模块,完成塑料制品的模具设计与模具的数控加工.与传统的模具设计方法相比,现代模具设计方法提高了模具设计的准确率,缩短了模具设计和制造周期,降低了成本.%Taking the upper cover of the mouse as an example, the design and NC machining of the mold of plastic product were completed by mold design and processing module in UG.Compared with traditional mold design methods, the modern mold design method improves the accuracy of mold design, reduces the manufacturing time and costs.

  15. The Modulation of Tropical Storm Activity in the Western North Pacific by the Madden-Julian Oscillation in GEOS-5 AGCM Experiments

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    Kim, Dongmin; Lee, Myong-In; Kim, Hye-Mi; Schubert, Siegfried D.; Yoo, Jin Ho

    2014-01-01

    This study examines the influence of the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) on tropical storm (TS) activity in the western North Pacific, using observations and GEOS-5 simulations at 50-km horizontal resolution. While GEOS-5 produces an MJO of faster propagation and weaker amplitude, it nevertheless reproduces the observed modulation of TS activity by the MJO with the highest TS genesis and increased track density in the active phases of MJO. The study suggests that the simulation of the sub-seasonal variability of TS activity could be improved by improving the simulations of the MJO in climate models.

  16. Large-Scale Oceanic Variability Associated with the Madden-Julian Oscillation during the CINDY/DYNAMO Field Campaign from Satellite Observations

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    2013-04-29

    cyclonic circulation in the Arabian Sea (Figure 3(a)). The strongest equatorial westerlies, which exceed 10 m/s, are found north of the equator around 0°N...to a strong cyclonic circulation in the Bay of Bengal, which is centered around 10°N, 90°E. The strongest equatorial zonal winds are found south of...Julian oscillation and sea level: Local and remote forcing. J. Geophys. Res. 2010,115, CO 1003. 41. Webber, B.G.M.; Matthews A.J.; Heywood, K.J. A

  17. Resumptive pronouns in wh-interrogatives and object relative clauses in L2 English: UG access or transfer?

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    Full Text Available The paper investigates whether resumptive pronouns are attested in the English L2 of Romanian learners and whether their presence can be accounted for in terms of direct access to UG or in terms if transfer hypotheses. The results are also analysed in relation to the Interpretability Hypothesis (Tsimpli and Dimitrakopoulou 2007. Overall, the data provide evidence for transfer of resumptive pronoun use from L1 Romanian to L2 English in the case of object wh-interrogatives and relatives. Resumptives are accepted in the L2 in [d-linked] contexts that mirror the Romanian structures. However, resumptives are also accepted in [non-d-linked] contexts as well, in accordance with the target language. One possible account may be that there is an available position associated with resumptives in the verbal field which can be filled by resumptive material and this position remains available in the L2 as well. Learners have access to L1 and L2 parametric options at the same time, so they accept and produce both L1 and L2 structures. The Romanian data provide support in favour of the Interpretability Hypothesis i.e. there are animacy effects in the Romanian data. The subjects accepted more [-animate] than [+animate] resumptives.

  18. Geomorphological map and preliminary analysis of Quaternary sediments in the Planica-Tamar valley (Julian Alps, NW Slovenia)

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    Novak, Andrej; Šmuc, Andrej

    2016-04-01

    The Planica-Tamar valley is located in the Julian Alps in north-west Slovenia. The Planica-Tamar valley represents typical mountain glacial valley bounded by steep, mainly carbonate cliffs with some glacial deposits still preserved. The valley is currently being filled with numerous Holocene sediments deposited by rock falls, landslides, mass gravity flows and fluvial flows. These deposits are forming active or inactive interfingering talus slopes, alluvial and debris-flow fans, all of them with a complex history of sedimentation and erosion forming unconformity bounded sedimentary units. In order to make a thorough analysis of these deposits a detailed geomorphological map in a scale of 1:10 000 has been made. Six different types of sedimentary deposits were defined and mapped. These are moraines, lacustrine sediments, fluvio-glacial deposits, talus slopes, debris fans and alluvial fans. Other mapped features also include shape of ravines, their depths, ridges and direction of sedimentary flow. Additionally areas of active, semi-active and inactive sedimentation were marked. Moraines forms a ridge in the bottom of the valleys and are composed of unconsolidated, poorly sorted, subangular grains ranging from clay size to a few cubic meters big blocks. Lacustrine sediments are represented by laminated well sorted sand and silt, while fluvio-glacial deposits are composed of washed out subrounded sands and gravels. Talus slope deposits are characterised by clast-supported poorly sorted very angular gravel. Debris flow fans are represented by extremely poorly sorted matrix-supported gravels with grain size ranging from clay to few cubic meters big blocks. Alluvial fans are composed by variety of sedimentary textures. Sediments at the fan apex are clast-supported poorly sorted very angular gravels with up to a few cubic meters big block. In the middle part of the fan the sieve deposits are common, while in the distal parts a few centimeters thick layers of sand and

  19. On the predictability of the interannual behaviour of the Madden-Julian oscillation and its relationship with El Nino

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    Sperber, K.R., LLNL

    1998-03-01

    The Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) is the dominant mode of tropical variability at intraseasonal timescales. It displays substantial interannual variability in intensity which may have important implications for the predictability of the coupled system. The reasons for this interannual variability are not understood. The aim of this paper is to investigate whether the interannual behavior of the MJO is related to tropical sea surface temperature (SST) anomalies, particularly El Nino, and hence whether it is predictable. The interannual behavior of the MJO has been diagnosed initially in the 40-year NCEP/ NCAR Reanalysis. The results suggest that prior to the mid-1970s the activity of the MJO was consistently lower than during the latter part of the record. This may be related to either inadequacies in the data coverage, particularly over the tropical Indian Ocean prior to the introduction of satellite observations, or to the real effects of a decadal timescale warming in the tropical SSTs. The teleconnection patterns between interannual variations in MJO activity and SST show only a weak, barely significant, influence of El Nino in which the MJO is more active during the cold phase. As well as the NCEP/NCAR Reanalysis, a 4-member ensemble of 45 year integrations with the Hadley Centre climate model (HadAM2a), forced by observed SSTs for 1949-93, has been used to investigate the relationship between MJO activity and SST. HadAM2a is known to give a reasonable simulation of the MJO and the extended record provided by this ensemble of integrations allows a more robust investigation of the predictability of MJO activity than was possible with the 40-year NCEP/NCAR Reanalysis. The results have shown that, for the uncoupled system, with the atmosphere being driven by imposed SSTS, there is no reproducibility for the activity of the MJO from year to year. The interannual behavior of the MJO is not controlled by the phase of El Nino and would appear to be chaotic in

  20. Processes controlling the surface temperature signature of the Madden-Julian oscillation in the thermocline ridge of the Indian Ocean

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    Jayakumar, A.; Gnanaseelan, C. [Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune (India); Vialard, Jerome; Lengaigne, M. [CNRS, UPMC, IRD, Case 100, Universite P. et M. Curie, Laboratoire d' Oceanographie Experimentation et Approches Numeriques, LOCEAN, Paris Cedex 05 (France); National Institute of Oceanography, Goa (India); McCreary, Julian P. [University of Hawaii, International Pacific Research Centre, Hawaii (United States); Praveen Kumar, B. [National Institute of Oceanography, Goa (India)

    2011-12-15

    During boreal winter, there is a prominent maximum of intraseasonal sea-surface temperature (SST) variability associated with the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) along a Thermocline Ridge located in the southwestern Indian Ocean (5 S-10 S, 60 E-90 E; TRIO region). There is an ongoing debate about the relative importance of air-sea heat fluxes and oceanic processes in driving this intraseasonal SST variability. Furthermore, various studies have suggested that interannual variability of the oceanic structure in the TRIO region could modulate the amplitude of the MJO-driven SST response. In this study, we use observations and ocean general circulation model (OGCM) experiments to quantify these two effects over the 1997-2006 period. Observational analysis indicates that Ekman pumping does not contribute significantly (on average) to intraseasonal SST variability. It is, however, difficult to quantify the relative contribution of net heat fluxes and entrainment to SST intraseasonal variability from observations alone. We therefore use a suite of OGCM experiments to isolate the impacts of each process. During 1997-2006, wind stress contributed on average only about 20% of the intraseasonal SST variability (averaged over the TRIO region), while heat fluxes contributed about 70%, with forcing by shortwave radiation (75%) dominating the other flux components (25%). This estimate is consistent with an independent air-sea flux product, which indicates that shortwave radiation contributes 68% of intraseasonal heat flux variability. The time scale of the heat-flux perturbation, in addition to its amplitude, is also important in controlling the intraseasonal SST signature, with longer periods favouring a larger response. There are also strong year-to-year variations in the respective role of heat fluxes and wind stress. Of the five strong cooling events identified in both observations and the model (two in 1999 and one in 2000, 2001 and 2002), intraseasonal-wind stress dominates

  1. AMIE (ARM MJO Investigation Experiment): Observations of the Madden-Julian Oscillation for Modeling Studies Science Plan

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    Long, C; Del Genio, A; Gustafson, W; Houze, R; Jakob, C; Jensen, M; Klein, S; Leung, L Ruby; Liu, X; Luke, E; May, P; McFarlane, S; Minnis, P; Schumacher, C; Vogelmann, A; Wang, Y; Wu, X; Xie, S

    2010-03-22

    Deep convection in the tropics plays an important role in driving global circulations and the transport of energy from the tropics to the mid-latitudes. Understanding the mechanisms that control tropical convection is a key to improving climate modeling simulations of the global energy balance. One of the dominant sources of tropical convective variability is the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO), which has a period of approximately 30–60 days. There is no agreed-upon explanation for the underlying physics that maintain the MJO. Many climate models do not show well-defined MJO signals, and those that do have problems accurately simulating the amplitude, propagation speed, and/or seasonality of the MJO signal. Therefore, the MJO is a very important modeling target for the ARM modeling community geared specifically toward improving climate models. The ARM MJO Investigation Experiment (AMIE) period coincides with a large international MJO initiation field campaign called CINDY2011 (Cooperative Indian Ocean experiment on intraseasonal variability in the Year 2011) that will take place in and around the Indian Ocean from October 2011 to January 2012. AMIE, in conjunction with CINDY2011 efforts, will provide an unprecedented data set that will allow investigation of the evolution of convection within the framework of the MJO. AMIE observations will also complement the long-term MJO statistics produced using ARM Manus data and will allow testing of several of the current hypotheses related to the MJO phenomenon. Taking advantage of the expected deployment of a C-POL scanning precipitation radar and an ECOR surface flux tower at the ARM Manus site, we propose to increase the number of sonde launches to eight per day starting in about mid-October of the field experiment year, which is climatologically a period of generally suppressed conditions at Manus and just prior to the climatologically strongest MJO period. The field experiment will last until the end of the MJO

  2. Evaluation of convection-permitting model simulations of cloud populations associated with the Madden-Julian Oscillation using data collected during the AMIE/DYNAMO field campaign

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    Hagos, Samson M. [Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States); Feng, Zhe [Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States); Burleyson, Casey D. [Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States); Lim, Kyo-Sun [Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States); Long, Charles N. [Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States); Wu, Di [NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC), Greenbelt, MD (United States); Science Systems and Applications, Inc., Lanham, MD (United States); Thompson, Gregory [National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO (United States)

    2014-11-12

    Regional cloud permitting model simulations of cloud populations observed during the 2011 ARM Madden Julian Oscillation Investigation Experiment/ Dynamics of Madden-Julian Experiment (AMIE/DYNAMO) field campaign are evaluated against radar and ship-based measurements. Sensitivity of model simulated surface rain rate statistics to parameters and parameterization of hydrometeor sizes in five commonly used WRF microphysics schemes are examined. It is shown that at 2 km grid spacing, the model generally overestimates rain rate from large and deep convective cores. Sensitivity runs involving variation of parameters that affect rain drop or ice particle size distribution (more aggressive break-up process etc) generally reduce the bias in rain-rate and boundary layer temperature statistics as the smaller particles become more vulnerable to evaporation. Furthermore significant improvement in the convective rain-rate statistics is observed when the horizontal grid-spacing is reduced to 1 km and 0.5 km, while it is worsened when run at 4 km grid spacing as increased turbulence enhances evaporation. The results suggest modulation of evaporation processes, through parameterization of turbulent mixing and break-up of hydrometeors may provide a potential avenue for correcting cloud statistics and associated boundary layer temperature biases in regional and global cloud permitting model simulations.

  3. Soils on the Late Triassic carbonate rocks in the West Karavanke Mountains and the high plateaus of the Julian Alps (Slovenia

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    Tomaž Budkovič

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available Grain-size analysis, mineral composition of heavy and light fraction, and surface texture of quartz grains in soilsdeveloped on different parent carbonate rocks in the region of the West Karavanke Mountains and the high plateausof the Julian Alps (Mežakla, Pokljuka, Jelovica revealed their polygenetic origin. Homogeneity of the heavymineral assemblage in the soils developed on different parent carbonate rocks indicates – besides autochthonousmaterial (insoluble residue of carbonate rocks, the presence of allochthonous (external material in the compositionof mineral component of soils, too. Heavy mineral assemblage indicates a metamorphic-igneous source area, whichis most probably in the Central Alps. The Drava glacier transported material from there, and deposited it in tillesalong the Drava valley. They were exposed to the fluvial and eolian erosion after the Würm deglaciation. Mostly siltymaterial was transported over the ridges of the Karavanke Mountains by the northeren winds. Their deposition beganon the southern calm and protected slopes and saddles, and continued southward on high plateaus of the JulianAlps, and very possibly even farther.

  4. Underground gas storage Uelsen: Findings from planning, building and commissioning the surface buildings and structures; Untertagegasspeicher (UGS) Uelsen: Erkenntnisse aus Planung, Bau und Inbetriebnahme der obertaegigen Anlagen

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    Focke, H.; Brueggmann, R.; Mende, F.; Steinkraus, D.; Wauer, R. [BEB Erdgas und Erdoel GmbH, Hannover (Germany)

    1998-12-31

    The article describes the concepts of the plants and equipment and the specific features of the underground storage at Uelsen. The underground storage will be purpose-built as an H-gas storage in a nearly depleted sandstone deposit. At a nominal deliverability of 250.000 cubic m/h (Vn) the storage at Uelsen has more potential for expansion. This potential was taken into account by designing appropriate pressure stages, capacities, performance characteristics and space. (orig.). [Deutsch] Die nachfolgende Veroeffentlichung stellt das anlagentechnische Grundkonzept und die spezifischen Besonderheiten des UGS Uelsen dar. Der im suedwestlichen Niedersachsen als H-Gasspeicher in einer nahezu ausgefoerderten Buntsandsteinlagerstaette eingerichtete UGS Uelsen wird in mehreren Ausbaustufen bedarfsgerecht fertiggestellt. Bei einer Nennentnahmekapazitaet von 450.000 m{sup 3}/h (Vn) und einer Nenninjektionsleistung von 250.000 m{sup 3}/h (Vn) weist der UGS Uelsen noch weiteres Potential fuer Erweiterungen auf. Dieses Ausbaupotential wurde bei der Planung und dem Bau der bestehenden Anlagen durch Festlegung entsprechender Druckstufen, Kapazitaeten, Leistungsgroessen und Platzanordnungen beruecksichtigt. (orig.)

  5. Systematyzacja i pomiar postrzeganych zmian w obrazie siebie konsumentów pod wpływem korzystania z marek usług

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    Full Text Available Cel: Celami przeprowadzonych badań były (1 usystematyzowanie postrzeganych przez konsumentów pozytywnych i negatywnych zmian w obrazie siebie z tytułu korzystania z marek usług oraz (2 opracowanie wielowymiarowego narzędzia do pomiaru tych zmian. Metodologia: Aby osiągnąć powyższe cele, zrealizowano badania jakościowe oraz ilościowe. Badania jakościowe,prowadzone metodą indywidualnego wywiadu, objęły próbę 318 osób w wieku od 13 do 82 roku życia (M = 37,64, SD = 16,69; 47,2% kobiet. W efekcie skompletowano zbiór pozytywnych i negatywnych zmian w obrazie siebie jako konsumentów wskutek korzystania z usług różnych marek, które zostały poddane szczegółowej kategoryzacji. Opierając się na wynikach kategoryzacji, opracowano kwestionariusz, którego skale miały postać dyferencjału semantycznego. Badania ilościowe przeprowadzone zostały na próbie 378 osób w wieku od 15 do 78 lat (M = 34,62; SD = 13,42; 53,6% kobiet. Wnioski: Analiza wyników badań umożliwiła identyfikację dziewięciu wymiarów postrzeganych zmian w obrazie siebie pod wpływem korzystania z marek usług. Na podstawie uzyskanych wyników opracowano kwestionariusz do wielowymiarowego pomiaru zmian w obrazie siebie o bardzo dobrych wskaźnikach psychometrycznych z uwagi na rzetelność pomiaru i trafność przewidywania preferencji marek usług. Praktyczne implikacje: Opracowano nowatorskie wielowymiarowe narzędzie do praktycznego zastosowania w zarządzaniu marką usług. Zidentyfi kowane wymiary postrzeganych zmian obrazu siebie konsumentów marek stanowią praktyczną wskazówkę, czym należy się kierować w komunikacji marketingowej. Oryginalność: Wyniki badań i opracowane skale przełamują wieloletni impas w teorii i metodologii badań relacji Ja–marka.

  6. Advanced MicroObserver UGS integration with and cueing of the BattleHawk squad level loitering munition and UAV

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    Steadman, Bob; Finklea, John; Kershaw, James; Loughman, Cathy; Shaffner, Patti; Frost, Dean; Deller, Sean

    2014-06-01

    Textron's Advanced MicroObserver(R) is a next generation remote unattended ground sensor system (UGS) for border security, infrastructure protection, and small combat unit security. The original MicroObserver(R) is a sophisticated seismic sensor system with multi-node fusion that supports target tracking. This system has been deployed in combat theaters. The system's seismic sensor nodes are uniquely able to be completely buried (including antennas) for optimal covertness. The advanced version adds a wireless day/night Electro-Optic Infrared (EOIR) system, cued by seismic tracking, with sophisticated target discrimination and automatic frame capture features. Also new is a field deployable Gateway configurable with a variety of radio systems and flexible networking, an important upgrade that enabled the research described herein. BattleHawkTM is a small tube launched Unmanned Air Vehicle (UAV) with a warhead. Using transmitted video from its EOIR subsystem an operator can search for and acquire a target day or night, select a target for attack, and execute terminal dive to destroy the target. It is designed as a lightweight squad level asset carried by an individual infantryman. Although BattleHawk has the best loiter time in its class, it's still relatively short compared to large UAVs. Also it's a one-shot asset in its munition configuration. Therefore Textron Defense Systems conducted research, funded internally, to determine if there was military utility in having the highly persistent MicroObserver(R) system cue BattleHawk's launch and vector it to beyond visual range targets for engagement. This paper describes that research; the system configuration implemented, and the results of field testing that was performed on a government range early in 2013. On the integrated system that was implemented, MicroObserver(R) seismic detections activated that system's camera which then automatically captured images of the target. The geo-referenced and time-tagged Micro

  7. 继往开来 创PLM领域新辉煌——记2007 UGS PLM软件公司大中华区用户年会

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    邢桂芬

    2007-01-01

    2007年正值UGS PLM软件公司进入中国20周年,作为PLM领域的领导者之一,UGS PLM软件公司一直致力于帮助中国企业由“中国制造”到“中国剑造”的转变,并取得了跨越式的发展。

  8. Modulation of radiative heating by the Madden-Julian Oscillation and convectively coupled Kelvin waves as observed by CloudSat

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    Ma, Ding; Kuang, Zhiming

    2011-11-01

    The vertical distribution of radiative heating affects the moist static energy budget and potentially the maintenance and propagation of the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO). This paper uses CloudSat data to examine the radiative heating climatology in the tropics and the vertical structure of its modulation by the MJO and convectively coupled Kelvin Waves (KWs). Composites of active regions of the MJO and KW both show positive radiative heating anomaly in the middle and lower troposphere and slightly negative radiative heating anomaly in upper troposphere. Such bottom-heavy profiles can help to strengthen the MJO while weaken the KWs. Another finding is that cloud condensate anomalies associated with the MJO are significantly more bottom-heavy than those of the KWs, while the radiative heating anomalies associated with the MJO are only very slightly more bottom-heavy.

  9. Study on the Products Design of Micro-wave Oven Based on UG%基于UG的微波炉产品设计研究

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    沈自林; 沈庆云; 范彦斌

    2007-01-01

    使用大型CAD/CAM软件系统UG,结合家电产品设计的个性化潮流,完成了两款微波炉产品设计的全过程.包括产品造型、虚拟装配和形象化渲染,为利用三维软件进行小家电产品的设计提供了方法和设计思路.

  10. Les relations du sculpteur américain George Julian Zolnay avec la Roumanie, son pays natal

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    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Born on 4th of July 1862 in Bucharest, of a former 1848 Hungarian revolutionist father, and a Romanian mother, George Julian Zolnay was a graduate of the School of Fine Arts and a good violin player too. While following the sculpture classes of the Vienna Fine Arts Academy his professor recommended him to go to the United States to give a helping hand to the completion of the 1893 Chicago Columbian Exhibition. He settled there and in 1897 received his American citizenship. Zolnay eventually became a reputed American sculptor but he had never forgotten his native country. On the contrary, he kept a constant correspondence with former friends, colleagues and army comrades. As a tribute to his native country, in 1899, he offered to the Art Museum in Bucharest a gesso model of his most recent sculpture. Called Grief, his work was a funerary monument for Winnie Davis’s tomb in Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, Virginia. His gift was gratefully received and King Carol I awarded him the Bene Merenti Medal. This distinction made a great sensation among his American colleagues from the Arts Club in New York who offered a dinner in his honor. In 1902, while paying a visit to Romania, he was received by King Carol in a private audience at the Peleș Castle in Sinaia. Years later, in 1929, Zolnay wrote a comprehensive autobiography for his two daughters in which he described this important event in his life. King Carol seemed interested in everything American and asked him a lot of questions on various topics thus prolonging the meeting to more than an hour, a fact which was unheard at the Romanian Court where stern rules where duly observed.In 1911 he planned another visit to Romania, to show it to his wife and introduce her to his family. The young lady prepared a Romanian folk costume, precious wedding gift from her mother-in-low, to wear at the audience to the Royal Court. But a cholera epidemic prevented the Zolnays to travel down the Danube and all

  11. Application of Composite Projection Command to UG Product Modeling%组合投影命令在UG产品造型中的应用

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    谢英星

    2011-01-01

    In the process of product modeling, several basic projections are usually provided in general engineering flow sheets, then UG software is used to deduce product modeling. In the process this is the crucial step to use several curves or curve chains on different planes to get space curve,and then surface mesh is used to carry out scan or swept order is used to make surface modeling. This paper takes a handle for example to introduce the concrete principle and application of UG curve space composite projection order.%产品设计师在建构产品外形的过程中,针对一般工程技术图样提供了基本视图,而要求用UG软件做出产品外观造型,其中关键的步骤是通过几个在不同平面的曲线或者曲线串得到其空间曲线,进而利用网格曲面、扫描或已扫掠等命令求曲面造型.以把手零件建模为例,详细介绍了UG曲线空间组合投影命令的原理及其具体应用.

  12. Wpływ informatyzacji Biblioteki Uniwersyteckiej w Poznaniu na zmiany organizacyjne i rozwój usług bibliotecznych

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    Piotr Karwasiński

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available W artykule omówiono zagadnienia związane z procesami informatyzacji Biblioteki Uniwersyteckiej w Poznaniu. W celu dokładnego scharakteryzowania przemian, prócz rysu historycznego, przedstawiono obszary, które wyraźnie poprawiły jakość pracy personelu i obsługę czytelników oraz przyczyniły się do poznania, upowszechniania i wdrażania nowoczesnych rozwiązań technologicznych. Zaprezentowano proces zmian w zakresie funkcjonowania systemu biblioteczno-informacyjnego Horizon i współpracy z narodowym katalogiem centralnym NUKAT. Opisano etapy rozwoju elektronicznej przestrzeni informacyjnej, w tym budowania elektronicznych zasobów wiedzy i tworzenia narzędzi do ich obsługi i wykorzystania w procesach wyszukiwania źródeł informacji. Zaprezentowano Bibliotekę Uniwersytecką jako partnera w aranżowaniu instytucjonalnych platform cyfrowych do deponowania i udostępniania dorobku intelektualnego społeczności naukowej Uniwersytetu im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu. Wskazano także funkcjonalność zaprojektowanych i wdrożonych innowacyjnych usług wirtualnych pakietu Libsmart, optymalizujących funkcjonowanie Biblioteki Uniwersyteckiej.

  13. Parametric Design of Roots Rotor Based on Secondary Development of UG%基于UG二次开发的罗茨转子参数化设计

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    范蓉

    2013-01-01

    罗茨转子作为相关设备的关键零件,其设计质量决定了设备的使用性能.使用UG/Open二次开发软件包中的Menu Script编写用户自定义菜单,使用UIStyler工具制作用户交互界面.并结合罗茨转子的结构特点及其设计要求,运用UG/OPEN二次开发工具和VisualC开发罗’茨转子设计系统.运用该系统,设计人员能够准确、高效的完成罗茨转子的参数化设计,并且还可以验证罗茨转子在啮合状态下的干涉情况,为转子的优化设计提供了可靠的理论依据.从而,提高了罗茨转子的设计质量和效率.

  14. A Research on Experience in EIZ Rotor Formation with UG%应用UG对EIZ转子造型的经验研究

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    王红雨

    2015-01-01

    In order to facilitate the modification of drawings in future,all the sketches shall be constraint,when labeling the sketches constrained,it would turn reddish-brown completely in color.If it is the first time to install and apply UG,the promotion function of the software may not be opened,it is suggested to follow file-tools-users default Settings-assembly-routine-inter-part modeling-allow to promote body-activate .%为了便于以后修改图纸,一定要将草图全约束,约束住的草图在标注时颜色会全部变为红褐色. 如果是第一次安装,使用UG,可能软件还没有开通提升功能,可以通过文件→实用工具→用户默认设置→装配→常规→部件间建模→允许提升体,激活允许即可.

  15. Evaluation of PGE Liberation and Chromium Isolation in a Solid UG2 Chromitite Concentrates at Moderate Temperatures Using ICP-OES

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    Chiweshe, Trevor T.; Purcell, Walter; Venter, Johan A.

    2016-06-01

    Complete sample digestion is a prerequisite in achieving accurate and reproducible results in wet chemical analysis as well as effective element recovery in hydrometallurgical beneficiation processes. Inductively coupled plasma-optical emission spectroscopy was used to evaluate the efficiency of (NH4)2HPO4/(NH4)H2PO4, Na2HPO4/NaH2PO4·H2O (800°C), NH4F·HF flux (250°C), microwave dissolution using HCl and aqua regia acids (240°C) to dissolve and liberate the platinum group metals (PGE) in a Upper Group 2 (UG2) chromitite concentrate sample. Complete digestion of the UG2 chromitite ore was achieved using Na2HPO4/NaH2PO4·H2O and (NH4)2HPO4/(NH4)H2PO4 flux mixtures and average PGE (Ru, Os and Pt) yields of 1.90 g/kg (Ru), 0.88 g/kg (Os), 2.52 g/kg (Pt) were obtained using Sc as internal standard. Fusion with NH4F·HF yielded 0.85 g/kg (Ru), 0.72 g/kg (Os) and 0.95 g/kg (Pt) whilst microwave dissolution using HCl and aqua regia yielded an average of 0.77 g/kg (Ru), 0.08 g/kg (Os) and 0.35 g/kg (Pt). Sodium phosphate flux, however, introduced Na+ ions as easily ionised elements, which affected the emission intensities to yield slightly inflated PGE (Ru, Os and Pt) yields. The use of ammonium phosphate and sodium phosphate at 800°C (after the selective removal of Na+ ions) proved to better the fluxes and produced higher and consistent PGE yields. The use of ammonium phosphate flux was also shown to facilitate the isolation of a green chromium precipitate with a 98.9% purity, which may assist in a hydrometallurgical beneficiation process of the UG2 chromitite concentrate ore and may also have important implications for the ferro-chrome industry.

  16. Dynamic Modeling and Simulation of an Assistant Robot on UG and ADAMS%UG与ADAMS的助行机器人动力学建模与仿真

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    王仲民; 周鹏; 刘玉山

    2012-01-01

    A new type of assistant robot system is designed based on analysis to human walking movement, and this robot' s dynamic modeling is set up by Lagrange method. Through software UG and ADAMS, simulation experiments are carried out and characters of the robot's dynamics are analyzed also.%基于对人体行走运动的分析,设计了一种新型助行机器人,采用拉格朗日方法建立了其动力学模型.在此基础上,采用UG和ADAMS软件时机器人的行走过程进行了仿真研究,并对其动力学特性进行了分析.

  17. Zasady ujawniania aktywów biologicznychw sprawozdaniach finansowych jednostek rolniczychwedług Międzynarodowych StandardówSprawozdawczości Finansowej

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    Full Text Available Charakterystycznym dla przedsiębiorstw rolniczych składnikiem aktywów są aktywa biologiczne. Wyróżnia je fakt podlegania przemianie biologicznej, wskutek której przekształcają się one w produkty rolnicze lub inne aktywa biologiczne. W związku z tą specyfiką powstaje problem odpowiedniej prezentacji informacji o nich. W artykule są przedstawione zasady i zakres ujawnień o aktywach biologicznych w sprawozdaniu finansowym i dołączanych do niego raportach szczegółowych, ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem problemów wyceny według wartości godziwej.

  18. Subseasonal atmospheric variability and El Niño waveguide warming; observed effects of the Madden-Julian Oscillation and Westerly Wind Events

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    Harrison, D. E.; Chiodi, A. M.

    2012-12-01

    Westerly Wind Events ("WWEs") have previously been shown to initiate and maintain equatorial Pacific El Nino waveguide warming. The relationships between WWEs and intra-seasonal Oscillation (or Madden-Julian Oscillation; "MJO") activity, and the role of MJO events in initiating and maintaining equatorial Pacific waveguide warming remains to be fully described. We use observations, over the time period 1986-2010 to revisit these relationships. WWEs are identified in the observed record of near surface zonal winds based on an objective scheme. MJO events are defined using a widely used index, and 62 are identified over this period that occur in ENSO-neutral (|NIÑO3| WWE events in similar magnitudes and amounts as following WWEs that are not embedded in an MJO. Further, there is very little statistically significant waveguide warming following the MJO events that do not contain an embedded WWE. These results extend and confirm the results of Vecchi (2000) with a near doubling of the period of study and enhanced statistics. We suggest that understanding the sources and predictability of tropical Pacific Westerly Wind Events remains an essential task if we are to improve predictions of the onset of El Niño events.

  19. Progress Towards Genetics and Breeding for Minor Genes Based Resistance to Ug99 and Other Rusts in CIMMYT High-Yielding Spring Wheat

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    Ravi Prakash Singh; Sybil Herrera-Foessel; Julio Huerta-Espino; Sukhwinder Singh; Sridhar Bhavani; Caixia Lan; and Bhoja Raj Basnet

    2014-01-01

    Wheat rusts continue to cause signiifcant losses worldwide despite major efforts given to their genetic control. This is due to frequent evolution and selection of virulence in pathogen overcoming the deployed race-speciifc resistance genes. Although the life of effective race-speciifc resistance genes can be prolonged by using gene combinations, an alternative approach being implemented at CIMMYT is to deploy varieties that posses adult plant resistance (APR) based on combinations of minor, slow rusting genes. When present alone, the APR genes do not confer adequate resistance especially under high disease pressure; however, combinations of 4 or 5 minor genes usually result in “near-immunity” or a high level of resistance. Although only a few APR genes are catalogued, various APR QTLs are now known and could lead to further characterization of additional genes. Four characterized genes have pleiotropic effects in conferring partial APR to all 3 rusts and powdery mildew, thus simplifying the task of breeding wheat varieties that are resistant to multiple diseases. Signiifcant progress was made recently in developing high-yielding wheat germplasm that possesses high levels of APR to all three rusts by implementing a Mexico-Kenya shuttle breeding scheme. Parents with APR to Ug99 were hybridized with high-yielding parents that had adequate to high levels of APR to leaf rust and yellow rust. Segregating populations and advanced lines from these crosses were selected under high rust pressures in Mexico (leaf rust and yellow rust) and Kenya (Ug99 stem rust and yellow rust) to identify high-yielding progenies that possess high to adequate APR to all three rusts. International distribution of these high-yielding wheats is underway through CIMMYT international yield trials and screening nurseries. It is expected that several wheat varieties with APR to three rusts will be released and grown in various countries in the near-future that will allow determining the

  20. Genetics and Mapping of Seedling Resistance to Ug99 Stem Rust in the Winter Wheat Cultivar Triumph 64 and Differentiation of SrTmp, SrCad, and Sr42

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    Stem rust, caused by the fungus Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici Eriks. & E. Henn. (Pgt), is an important disease of wheat that can be controlled by deploying effective stem rust resistance (Sr) genes. The emergence of virulent Pgt races in Africa, namely Ug99 and its variants, has stimulated the se...

  1. Genetic loci conditioning adult plant resistance to the Ug99 race group and seedling resistance to races TRTTF and TTTTF of the stem rust pathogen in wheat landrace CItr 15026

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    Wheat landrace CItr 15026 previously showed adult plant resistance (APR) to the Ug99 stem rust race group in Kenya and seedling resistance to Puccinia graminis f. sp tritici (Pgt) races QFCSC, TTTTF, and TRTTF. CItr 15026 was crossed to susceptible accessions LMPG-6 and Red Bobs, and 180 DH lines an...

  2. Molecular mapping of stem rust resistance loci effective against the Ug99 race group of the stem rust pathogen and identification of SNP marker linked to stem rust resistance gene Sr28

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    Wheat landrace PI 177906 has field resistance to the Ug99 race group and seedling resistance to stem rust caused by Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici (Pgt) races TTKSK, TTKST, and BCCBC. Two populations were developed from a cross between PI 177906 and LMPG-6, 138 double haploid (DH) lines and 140 re...

  3. The Studying of Cross-section Moment of Inertia in the Secondary Development Based on UG%UG二次开发中截面惯性矩计算方法的研究

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    张宏伟; 贺尔铭; 赵志彬

    2011-01-01

    To solve the problem of calculating moment of inertia involved in complex bending parts die surface, the algorithm of cross-section moment of inertia is put forward, based on the definition of moment of inertia. Firstly find moment of inertia and product of inertia passing centroid, then determine principal moment of inertia by using rotation axis formula. And with the development platform of the VC ++ , the second development of UG is realized by UG/Open API and MFC functions.%针对复杂截面弯曲件成型中涉及的截面惯性矩计算问题.从惯性矩的定义出发,提出了一种求截面惯性矩的算法,即先求出过截面形心某一定轴的惯性矩和惯性积,然后利用转轴公式求得形心主惯性矩,再借助VC++开发平台,利用UG/Open API和微软基础类(Microsoft Foundation Classes,MFC)函数实现UG(Unigraphics NX)的二次开发.

  4. Repair of U/G and U/A in DNA by UNG2-associated repair complexes takes place predominantly by short-patch repair both in proliferating and growth-arrested cells

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    Akbari, Mansour; Otterlei, Marit; Pena Diaz, Javier

    2004-01-01

    Nuclear uracil-DNA glycosylase UNG2 has an established role in repair of U/A pairs resulting from misincorporation of dUMP during replication. In antigen-stimulated B-lymphocytes UNG2 removes uracil from U/G mispairs as part of somatic hypermutation and class switch recombination processes. Using...

  5. Evaluation of the impacts of the Madden-Julian Oscillation on rainfall and hurricanes in Central and South America and the Atlantic Ocean using ICI-RAFT

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    Giovannettone, J. P.

    2013-12-01

    Based on the method of Regional Frequency Analysis (RFA) and L-moments (Hosking & Wallis, 1997), a tool was developed to estimate the frequency/intensity of a rainfall event of a particular duration using ground-based rainfall observations. Some of the code used to develop this tool was taken from the FORTRAN code provided by Hosking & Wallis and rewritten in Visual Basic 2010. This tool was developed at the International Center for Integrated Water Resources Management (ICIWaRM) and is referred to as the ICIWaRM Regional Analysis of Frequency Tool (ICI-RAFT) (Giovannettone & Wright, 2012). In order to study the effectiveness of ICI-RAFT, three case studies were selected for the analysis. The studies take place in selected regions within Argentina, Nicaragua, and Venezuela. Rainfall data were provided at locations throughout each country; total rainfall for specific periods were computed and analyzed with respect to several global climate indices using lag times ranging from 1 to 6 months. Each analysis attempts to identify a global climate index capable of predicting above or below average rainfall several months in advance, qualitatively and using an equation that is developed. The index that had the greatest impact was the MJO (Madden-Julian Oscillation), which is the focus of the current study. The MJO is considered the largest element of intra-seasonal (30 - 90 days) variability in the tropical atmosphere and, unlike other indices, is characterized by the eastward propagation of large areas of convective anomalies near the equator, propagating from the Indian Ocean east into the Pacific Ocean. The anomalies are monitored globally using ten different indices located on lines of longitude near the equator, with seven in the eastern hemisphere and three in the western hemisphere. It has been found in previous studies that the MJO is linked to summer rainfall in Southeast China (Zhang et al., 2009) and southern Africa (Pohl et al., 2007) and to rainfall patterns

  6. Effects of moisture feedback in a frictional coupled Kelvin-Rossby wave model and implication in the Madden-Julian oscillation dynamics

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    Liu, Fei; Wang, Bin

    2017-01-01

    The authors extend the original frictional wave dynamics and implement the moisture feedback (MF) to explore the effects of planetary boundary layer (PBL) process and the MF on the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO). This new system develops the original frictional wave dynamics by including the moisture tendency term (or the MF mode), along with a parameterized precipitation based on the Betts-Miller scheme. The linear instability analysis of this model provides solutions to elucidate the behaviors of the "pure" frictional convergence (FC) mode and the "pure" MF mode, respectively, as well as the behaviors of the combined FC-MF mode or the dynamical moisture mode. These results show that without the PBL frictional moisture convergence, the MF mode is nearly stationary and damped. Not only does the PBL frictional feedback make the damping MF mode grow with preferred planetary scale but it also enables the nearly stationary MF mode to move eastward slowly, resulting in an oscillation with a period of 30-90 days. This finding suggests the important role of the frictional feedback in generating eastward propagating unstable modes and selecting the preferred planetary scales. The MF process slows down the eastward-propagating short-wave FC mode by delaying the occurrence of deep convection and by enhancing the Rossby wave component. However, the longest wave (wavenumber one) is insensitive to the MF or the convective adjustment time, indicating that the unstable longest wave is primarily controlled by PBL frictional feedback process. Implications of these theoretical results in MJO simulation in general circulation models are discussed.

  7. Toward an Understanding of the Madden-Julian Oscillation: With a Mesoscale-Convection-Resolving Model of 0.2 Degree Grid

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    Masanori Yamasaki

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available This paper describes results from numerical experiments which have been performed as the author's first step toward a better understanding of the Madden-Julian oscillation (MJO. This study uses the author's mesoscale-convection-resolving model that was developed in the 1980s to improve parametrization schemes of moist convection. Results from numerical experiments by changing the SST anomaly in the warm pool area indicate that the period of the MJO does not monotonously change with increasing SST anomaly. Between the two extreme cases (no anomaly and strong anomaly, there is a regime in which the period varies in a wide range from 20 to 60 days. In the case of no warm pool, eastward-propagating Kelvin waves are dominant, whereas in the case of a strong warm pool, it produces a quasi-stationary convective system (with pronounced time variation. In a certain regime between the two extreme cases, convective activities with two different properties are strongly interacted, and the period of oscillations becomes complicated. The properties and behaviors of large-scale convective system (LCS, synoptic-scale convective system (SCS, mesoscale convective system (MCS, and mesoscale convection (MC, which constitute the hierarchical structure of the MJO, are also examined. It is also shown that cloud clusters, which constitute the SCS (such as super cloud cluster SCC, consist of a few MCS, and a new MCS forms to the west of the existing MCS. The northwesterly and southwesterly low-level flows contribute to this feature. In view of recent emphasis of the importance of the relative humidity above the boundary layer, it is shown that the model can simulate convective processes that moisten the atmosphere, and the importance of latent instability (positive CAPE, which is a necessary condition for the wave-CISK, is emphasized.

  8. Multi-Reanalysis Comparison of Variability in Analysis Increment of Column-Integrated Water Vapor Associated with Madden-Julian Oscillation

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    Yokoi, S.

    2014-12-01

    This study conducts a comparison of three reanalysis products (JRA-55, JRA-25, and ERA-Interim) in representation of Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO), focusing on column-integrated water vapor (CWV) that is considered as an essential variable for discussing MJO dynamics. Besides the analysis fields of CWV, which exhibit spatio-temporal distributions that are quite similar to satellite observations, CWV tendency simulated by forecast models and analysis increment calculated by data assimilation are examined. For JRA-55, it is revealed that, while its forecast model is able to simulate eastward propagation of the CWV anomaly, it tends to weaken the amplitude, and data assimilation process sustains the amplitude. The multi-reanalysis comparison of the analysis increment further reveals that this weakening bias is probably caused by excessively weak cloud-radiative feedback represented by the model. This bias in the feedback strength makes anomalous moisture supply by the vertical advection term in the CWV budget equation too insensitive to precipitation anomaly, resulting in reduction of the amplitude of CWV anomaly. ERA-Interim has a nearly opposite feature; the forecast model represents excessively strong feedback and unrealistically strengthens the amplitude, while the data assimilation weakens it. These results imply the necessity of accurate representation of the cloud-radiative feedback strength for a short-term MJO forecast, and may be evidence to support the argument that this feedback is essential for the existence of MJO. Furthermore, this study demonstrates that the multi-reanalysis comparison of the analysis increment will provide useful information for identifying model biases and, potentially, for estimating parameters that are difficult to estimate solely from observation data, such as gross moist stability.

  9. Research on the Response of the Upper Layer Heat Structure in the Western Pacific Warm Pool to the Mean Madden-Julian Oscillation

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    SHI Qiang; XU Jianping; ZHU Bokang

    2004-01-01

    By using the long-term observed hydro-meteorological data(1985-2002)from the Tropical Atmosphere Ocean System(TAO)during the international Tropical Ocean and Global Atmosphere(TOGA)experiment, the key parameters of the Sea Surface Temperature(SST), thermocline depth, surface sensible heat flux and latent heat flux, and the pseudo wind stress in the Westen Equatorial Ocean are calculated in this paper. On the basis of the calculation, the response of upper layer heat structure in the Westen Pacific Warm Pool to the mean Madden-Julian Oscillation(MJO)and its relation to the El Nio events are analyzed. The results show that within the MJO frequency band(42-108 d), the distributions of sea surface wind stress and upper ocean temperature have several spatial-temporal variation structures. Among these structures, the type-I surface pseudo wind stress field plays the role of inhibiting the eastward transport of ocean heat capacity, while the type-II strengthens the heat capacity spreading eastward. Therefore the type-II surface pseudo wind stress field is the characteristic wind field that provokes El Nio events. During calm periods(July-September)of the wind stress variations, the sensible and latent heat capacity fluxes change considerably, mostly in the region between 137°-140°, while to the east of 150°E, the heat capacity flux changes less.In the mean MJO state, the type-I surface pseudo wind stress field structure dominates in the Western Pacific. This is why El Nio events can not occur every year. However, when the type-II and type-III surface pseudo wind stress field structures are dominant, an El Nio event is likely to occur. In this case, if the heat capacity of the Western Pacific Warm Pool is transported eastward and combined with the Equatorial Pacific heat capacity spreading eastward, El Nio events will soon occur.

  10. Cloud object analysis of CERES Aqua observations of tropical and subtropical cloud regimes: Evolution of cloud object size distributions during the Madden-Julian Oscillation

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    Xu, Kuan-Man; Wong, Takmeng; Dong, Shengtao; Chen, Feng; Kato, Seiji; Taylor, Patrick C.

    2017-02-01

    In this study, we analyze cloud object data from the Aqua satellite between July 2006 and June 2010 that are matched with the real-time multivariate Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) index to examine the impact of MJO evolution on the evolutions of the size distributions of cloud object types. These types include deep convective (DC), cirrostratus, shallow cumulus, stratocumulus and overcast-stratus. A cloud object is a contiguous region of the earth with a single dominant cloud-system type. It is found that the cloud object size distributions of some phases depart greatly from the 8-phase combined distribution at large cloud-object diameters. The large-size group of cloud objects contributes to most of the temporal variations during the MJO evolution. For deep convective and cirrostratus cloud objects, there is a monotonic increase in both the number and footprint of large objects from the depressed to mature phases, which is attributed to the development and maturing of deep convection and anvils. The largest increase in the mean diameter during the mature phases that lasts to the early dissipating phase is related to growth of anvil clouds and is accompanied by moderate decreases in small-size objects. For shallow cumulus, the large objects decrease in number at the mature phases, but increase in number for both sizes before the mature phase. The opposite is true for the large overcast-stratus objects. The temporal evolution of large stratocumulus objects is similar to that of deep convective and cirrostratus object types except for peaking slightly earlier.

  11. The response of the equatorial tropospheric ozone to the Madden–Julian Oscillation in TES satellite observations and CAM-chem model simulation

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    W. Sun

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available The Madden–Julian Oscillation (MJO is the dominant form of the atmospheric intra-seasonal oscillation, manifested by slow eastward movement (about 5 m s−1 of tropical deep convection. This study investigates the MJO's impact on equatorial tropospheric ozone (10° N–10° S in satellite observations and chemical transport model (CTM simulations. For the satellite observations, we analyze the Tropospheric Emission Spectrometer (TES level-2 ozone profile data for the period of January 2004 to June 2009. For the CTM simulations, we run the Community Atmosphere Model with chemistry (CAM-chem driven by the GOES-5 analyzed meteorological fields for the same data period as the TES measurements. Our analysis indicates that the behavior of the Total Tropospheric Column (TTC ozone at the intraseasonal time scale is different from that of the total column ozone, with the signal in the equatorial region comparable with that in the subtropics. The model simulated and satellite measured ozone anomalies agree in their general pattern and amplitude when examined in the vertical cross section (the average spatial correlation coefficient among the 8 phases is 0.63, with an eastward propagation signature at a similar phase speed as the convective anomalies (5 m s−1. The ozone anomalies on the intraseasonal time scale are about five times larger when lightning emissions of NOx are included in the simulation than when they are not. Nevertheless, large-scale advection is the primary driving force for the ozone anomalies associated with the MJO. The variability related to the MJO for ozone reaches up to 47% of the total variability (ranging from daily to interannual, indicating the MJO should be accounted for in simulating ozone perturbations in the tropics.

  12. 基于UG内啮合珩齿的仿真加工分析%Simulation Machining Analysis for Internal Gear Honing based on UG

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    师瑜; 赵洪鹤; 张满栋

    2013-01-01

    Internal gear honing is a process of precise machining of the gear, in the process, there exists trace amounts of interference between tooth surfaces as helical internal honing wheel and spur gear are a gear pair with crossed shaft, a crown teeth can be obtained by removing the interference amount, and the crown teeth brings great benefit for reducing noise and enhancing the stability of transmission of the gear. Because the meshing of a crossed shaft gear pair is very complex, the analytical calculation of the quantity of interference between teeth is also difficult to be achieved. By using a 3 - D modeling software UG/NX, the parameter of the cylindrical internal helical gear and the spur gear modeling and assembly simulation is realized, through the simulation of gear meshing movement, interference is successfully removed to process the crown teeth, and finally data of interference for a single tooth is obtained.%内啮合珩齿是一种齿轮精密加工的工艺方法,由于其斜齿内珩轮与直齿圆柱齿轮属于交错轴齿轮副,齿面之间存在着微量的干涉.通过去除干涉量可得到鼓形齿,而鼓形齿对于降低噪声,增强齿轮传动的平稳性都有极大的益处.由于交错轴齿轮副的啮合情况非常复杂,轮齿之间的干涉量解析计算也难以实现.为此利用三维建模软件UG/NX实现了对圆柱内斜齿轮和直齿圆柱齿轮参数建模和装配,通过模拟齿轮的啮合运动,成功将干涉部分切除加工出鼓形齿.最终得到单个齿上的干涉量.

  13. Um caso político-cultural na antiguidade tardia: o Imperador Juliano e seu conceito de educação = A political-culture case from late antiquity: the emperor julian and his concept of education

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    Margarida Maria de Carvalho

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Nesse artigo tenho como propósito conceituar o que é Paideiaou educação na concepção do Imperador Juliano. Para tanto trabalharei o significado de Logos cristão e Logos grego me utilizando também do discurso Contra Juliano de Gregório de Nazianzo. Verificar se a que o embate ocorrido entre Gregório Nazianzeno e Juliano foi político-religioso e, não somente religioso, pois nesse momento do século IV d. C. não havia separação dessas esferas. O texto está dividido em Considerações Preliminares, onde disserto que o conflito entre os dois autores é político-cultural; O Imperador Juliano e a Historiografia sobre seu Tempo, no qual demonstro que desde o próprio período do Imperador Juliano há uma construção mítica em torno de sua pessoa e, finalmente, sobre o propósito de Nazianzo em escreverContra Juliano. Todos esses pontos interligados levam à compreensão deste momento político específico da Antiguidade Tardia.In this article, I propose to appraise Emperor Julian’s conception of Paideiaor education. To this end, I will work from the meanings of theChristian Logos and the Greek Logos making use also of Gregory Nazianzen’s Against Julian, verifying whether the clash that occurred between Gregory Nazianzen and Julian was not only religious but politico-religious, taking into account that at that point of the 4th century AD no separation of these spheres had yet existed. The text is divided into Preliminary Considerations, where I argue that the conflict between the two authors is political-cultural; The Emperor Julian and the Historiography about his times, in which I demonstrate that since the Emperor Julian’s own time there was a myth built around him, and finally about Nazianzen’s purpose of writing Against Julian. All of these interlinked points lead to the comprehension of this specific political moment of Late Antiquity.

  14. 普遍语法及第二语言习得初探%A Brief Study on UG Theory and Second Language Acquisition

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    曹炜; 胡荀

    2005-01-01

    乔姆斯基的普遍语法论认为人生来大脑中就有一种语言习得机制,其中包含着人类语言的普遍语法.它决定着儿童后天习得语言的能力,也决定着人类语言语法形式的选择范围.这一理论为第二语言习得的研究提供了新的视角,并由此产生了三大可及性假说理论.本文探讨了普遍语法与第二语言习得的关系,同时也探讨了普遍语法解释第二语言习得存在的一些问题.%The recognizing structure of language ability was believed to be innate in Chomsky's theory of universal grammar which guides people during language acquisition. It contains rules that are valid for all languages, thus it constrains grammars and helps the language learner by limiting the variations a language can have. His theories offered new angles in research of second language acquisition and also caused three different approaches to SLA. This article aims at discussing the relationship between UG theory and SLA, and some problems existed in the explanation of the study.

  15. UG and its Manifestation in Interlanguage Discourse%普遍语法在中介语语篇中的体现

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    郭旭红

    2006-01-01

    This paper looks closely at the popular but mysterious concept of UG with a purpose to understand what it is, how it works, and what concrete manifestations it has in interlanguage production in the context of first language acquisition.%本文从理论研究入手,首先分析普遍语法的概念,其次研究普遍语法在语言习得过程中的作用,然后通过举例分析在第一语言习得环境下普遍语法在中介语语篇中的具体体现.本文撰写的主要目的是能够使普遍语法这个抽象概念形象化和具体化,希望能对探索和研究第一和第二语言习得规律具有一定的参考价值.

  16. 基于UG的喷注器冷却通道的机床仿真加工%UG-based machining simulation of injector cooling channel

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    刘英; 董文英

    2011-01-01

    在分析了喷注器壳体上冷却通道的结构特点和数控加工工艺的基础上,利用UG/ISV软件进行冷却通道的辅助加工,同时对喷注器三维模型的建立、加工过程参数的选用及刀具轨迹编程和加工仿真进行了详细介绍,并用五轴机床进行了加工实验,保证了加工质量,提高了加工效率。%Based on the analyses of structural features of cooling channel on the injector shell and NC machining process, computer-aided machining of cooling channel was conducted with UG/ISV software. The 3D injector model, machining parameter selection, tool path programming and machining simulation are introduced in detail. A 5-axis machine was adopted to carry out machining tests. The result proves that the above process can ensure the machining quality and improve the machining efficiency.

  17. Simulation analysis and optimization for ackerman steering linkage of double-wishbone suspension on UG NX%基于UG NX的双横臂独立悬架转向系统的仿真分析及优化

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    张鹏; 张勇

    2014-01-01

    利用UG NX软件建立某客车双横臂独立悬架转向系统模型.基于NX CAD/Motion/Natran协同仿真平台,对转向系统结构进行系统动力学仿真,绘制前束角变化曲线,同时对内、外侧前轮转向角关系仿真曲线与阿克曼理论曲线进行对比分析.运用NX/Nastran与NX/Motion共同建立刚柔混合模型并对转向节臂进行柔性分析和拓扑优化.

  18. The underground storage Bernburg is given as an example for automation solution for the underground storage of the Verbundnetz Gas AG; Automatisierungsloesungen fuer die Untergrundgasspeicher der Verbundnetz Gas AG am Beispiel des UGS Bernburg

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    Just, F. [Elpro Prozessindustrie- und Energieanlagen GmbH, Berlin (Germany); Hartan, J.; Stoll, P. [Verbundnetz Gas AG, Leipzig (Germany)

    1999-04-01

    Based on the system conception developed by VNG the automatization and measuring system installed on the underground storage at Bernburg is described. It is characterized by the use of standardized modules as a prerequisit for the low-priced but flexible high efficiency process control system wich will also meet future requirements. The connection to the data processing system was performed using a standardized unidirectional interface. (orig.) [Deutsch] Ausgehend von der VNG-spezifischen Automatisierungs- und Messkonzeption wird am Beispiel des UGS Bernburg eine konkrete Systemloesung vorgestellt. Diese ist dadurch gekennzeichnet, dass in allen Automatisierungsebenen weitestgehend standardisierte Grundkomponenten zum Einsatz kommen. Auf dieser Basis konnte fuer den UGS Bernburg ein kostenguenstiges, leistungsfaehiges, flexibles und zukunftssicheres Leitsystem installiert werden. Die Oeffnung des Prozessleitsystems erfolgte dahingehend, dass praktisch frei waehlbare Prozessgroessen mittels einer rueckwirkungsfreien Schnittstelle in die DV-Welt exportiert werden koennen. (orig.)

  19. 基于UG的电动自行车虚拟装配与运动学分析%Virtual assembly and kinematics analysis for e-bike based on UG

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    路连; 高荣

    2011-01-01

    UG提供了一种产品工程解决方案,可对产品设计与加工全过程实现数字化造型与验证.采用UG软件完成电动自行车主要机械零部件三维设计与虚拟装配,其中也利用其Senario?for?FEA 模块对电动车关键零部件展开有限元分析;虚拟装配可实现零件静态干涉检查、装配路径规划等,有限元分析也促进了零件的进一步优化.最后,文中简述UG的运动学分析方法,其操作简单,可视化.通过运动件各关键点的位移、速度、加速度等变化规律曲线,从而轻松获知其运动特性.%UG software provides a kind of solution in Product Engineering, which may achieve digital modeling and verification for product design and machining process.3D design and virtual assembly for key mechanical parts of e-bike(electric bicycle )are accomplished by using UG.Meanwhile Finite-element analysis for the key parts has been done with UG/FEA as well.With the virtual assembly, static interference checking, layout planning for assembly is achieved.And the further optimization for the parts is realized by finite element analysis.As a result,the UG kinematics analysis method is expounded,which operation is easy and visualized.From the variational rule curve of speed,acceleration and displacement for key points of the moving parts, the characteristics of kinematics is obtained easily.

  20. 基于UG的叶轮强度和流场有限元分析%Finite Element Analysis of Impeller Structure of Turbo-compressor Based on UG

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    唐勇; 张瑞珊

    2009-01-01

    基于UG最新发布的NX6.0环境下进行透平压缩机的叶轮有限元分析,在UG CAD模式下对转子进行实体建模,并在高级仿真环境下进行强度和流场分析,指导叶轮结构设计.

  1. Methods of Automatic Parting Mold and Manual Parting Mold for Injection Mold Design Based on UG%基于UG注射模设计的自动分模和手动分模方法

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    董海涛

    2012-01-01

    UG software is widely applied in plastic injection mold design,the basic principle of parting mold is introduced in this paper,and the UG application in plastic injection mold design is studied with a concrete case.The process of automatic parting mold and manual parting mold in UG are expatiated,the flexible application of two methods will significantly reduce mold design time and greatly improve the efficiency of injection mold design.%UG软件广泛地应用在注射模设计中,本文介绍了分模原理,并结合实例研究UG软件在注射模设计中的应用。介绍了自动分模和手动分模方法,两种方法的灵活应用可以缩短模具设计周期,提高注射模设计的效率。

  2. JULIAN,我们走

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    王非

    2009-01-01

    相信我,几个月前如果你Google一下"Is this it",出来的结果一定是纽约下城cool kids所组The Strokes的首张唱片的名字,或是同名titlesong的歌词。绝不会是今天这样,MJ的This is it跃然屏幕上,他死了,又怎样?有了重新流行的特权?

  3. [Filosofical legacy of Julian Marias].

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    Pérez Pérez, Félix

    2006-01-01

    Julián Marías was a philosopher, a prolific writer member of the Royal Academy of the Spanish Language, Prince of Asturias award in 1996. Marías thought could only be explained in the context of his life and his long term relation to Ortega y Gasset, both co-founded the Instituto de Humanidades. Between the late 1940s and the 1970s Marías taught at numerous institutions in the United States. Marías wrote on a wide variety of subjects during his long career, his History of Philosophy is widely regarded as the greatest work in the Spanish language on the history of philosphy.

  4. Modelling the Madden Julian Oscillation

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    Slingo, J M; Inness, P M; Sperber, K R

    2004-05-21

    The MJO has long been an aspect of the global climate that has provided a tough test for the climate modelling community. Since the 1980s there have been numerous studies of the simulation of the MJO in atmospheric general circulation models (GCMs), ranging from Hayashi and Golder (1986, 1988) and Lau and Lau (1986), through to more recent studies such as Wang and Schlesinger (1999) and Wu et al. (2002). Of course, attempts to reproduce the MJO in climate models have proceeded in parallel with developments in our understanding of what the MJO is and what drives it. In fact, many advances in understanding the MJO have come through modeling studies. In particular, failure of climate models to simulate various aspects of the MJO has prompted investigations into the mechanisms that are important to its initiation and maintenance, leading to improvements both in our understanding of, and ability to simulate, the MJO. The initial focus of this chapter will be on modeling the MJO during northern winter, when it is characterized as a predominantly eastward propagating mode and is most readily seen in observations. Aspects of the simulation of the MJO will be discussed in the context of its sensitivity to the formulation of the atmospheric model, and the increasing evidence that it may be a coupled ocean-atmosphere phenomenon. Later, we will discuss the challenges regarding the simulation of boreal summer intraseasonal variability, which is more complex since it is a combination of the eastward propagating MJO and the northward propagation of the tropical convergence zone. Finally some concluding remarks on future directions in modeling the MJO and its relationship with other timescales of variability in the tropics will be made.

  5. The Modeling and Simulation of Small Climbing Robot Based on UG%基于UG的小型爬壁机器人的建模与仿真

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    刘曰; 王林平

    2016-01-01

    This robot is designed to the simulate gecko climb principle, on the basis of large gecko the physiological structure of the theoretical model of robot is designed. To meet the requirements of climbing robot for adsorption force, in accordance with biomimetic gecko organisms sole design of robot paw, The material is made of polyurethane silicone rubber material.On the basis of large gecko's movement of the entity model, planning the gait, the two kinds of robot movement in the gait of a ground plane motion (diagonal gait) and on the ceiling movement gait gait (triangle). To test and verify the feasibility of design scheme, using UG software to all kinds of sports gait motion simulation, the simulation results show that the design scheme to accomplish the action and has the characteristics of strong adsorption force.%本爬壁机器人是仿照壁虎攀爬原理设计的,依据大壁虎的生理结构设计了爬壁机器人的理论模型。为满足机器人攀爬时对吸附力的要求,按照仿生的壁虎生物体脚掌设计爬壁机器人的脚掌,材料是用聚氨酯硅的橡胶材料。依据大壁虎运动的实体模型,规划了爬壁机器人的两类运动步态,即在地平面运动的步态(对角步态)和在天花板上运动的步态(三角步态)。为验证设计方案的可行性,利用UG软件对各种运动步态进行了运动仿真,仿真结果表明,设计方案能够完成预定的动作并且具有吸附力强的特点。

  6. Oil use of the effluent plant ETEO (Effluent Station of Oil Treatment) as combustible for generation of energy in the power plant UG-50Hz; Utulizacao de oleo da ETEO (Estacao de Tratamento de Efluentes Oleosos) para geracao de energia na UG-50Hz

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    Souza, Jose Francisco de; Nascimento, Jose Maria do; Silva, Luiz Antonio da; Salazar, Marcos Vinicios; Baptista, Reinaldo Lopes; Barros, Sueli Aguiar [Companhia Siderurgica Nacional (CSN), Volta Redonda, RJ (Brazil)

    2009-11-01

    The areas of finishing products of CSN Steel Plant generate contaminated effluents with oil and grease , that are treated in ETEO (Effluent Station of Oil Treatment). In this plant, the oil is processed to be sold for the consuming market. However, some seasons of the year, the market does not absorb the oil, and CSN is obliged to defray the burning of this oil, to not interrupt the productive process and cause an environmental impact. Because of this situation, we search alternatives for the viable use of this oil inside CSN steel plant, taking care for the security of the processes and the impact to the environment. This paper describes the details of the work and the implantation of the burning of this oil of the ETEO with BPF oil (type of petrochemical oil) as combustible in the boiler 7 of the power plant UG 50 Hz. For the implantation of this project, operational contingencies of security for equipment was prepared . Moreover, the work included chemical analyses of the oil and the conditions of the boiler using this mixing of oils. The reached results demonstrate the total viability of this project and it was proved another alternative of the use of this residue, with reduction of the fuel costs , steam costs and the electric energy generated in the power plant of CSN. (author)

  7. 基于UG的复合轮系齿轮传动三维建模及运动仿真分析%Three-dimensional Modeling and Motion Simulation Analysis of Compound Gear Train Based on UG

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    黄跃娟; 矫健; 肖明喆

    2015-01-01

    以复合轮系齿轮传动为例,对传动机构进行原理分析,利用传动比计算公式计算出复合轮系中关键齿轮的旋转速度,得出UG运动仿真参数。利用UG中齿轮工具箱完成锥齿轮和直齿轮的建模与啮合装配,对旋转副和齿轮副进行运动仿真,通过运动仿真可直观地观察齿轮传动状态,然后进行图表分析,以验证轮系设计的合理性。%With the compound gear train gear as an example,the principle of driving mechanism is analyzed,the transmis-sion ratio calculation formula is used to calculate the rotational speed of key gears in the compound gear train,obtaining UG motion simulation parameters. The gear toolbox in UG is utilized to complete modeling and engage assembly of spur gears and bevel gears,with motion simulation of rotating vice and gear pair conducted,which can realize intuitive observation of gear transmission state and graph-based analysis to verify the rationality of gear train design.

  8. Podejście Lean jako kierunek zmian w zarządzaniu i rachunkowości zarządczej w podmiotach usług medycznych – wyniki badań literaturowych

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    Full Text Available Celem artykułu jest przedstawienie wyników badań literaturowych dotyczących kierunków zmian w zarządzaniu i rachunkowości w podmiotach usług medycznych w zakresie przenikania do nich podejścia lean. W badaniach tych przeanalizowano ponad 200 pozycji publikacji. Ostatecznie wybrano 19 pozycji literaturowych krajowych i zagranicznych opublikowanych w latach 1995–2013. Badanie literatury przeprowadzono w dwóch podstawowych obszarach: rozważań teoretycznych oraz wyników badań empirycznych (case study, badania ankietowe. Do realizacji celu artykułu zastosowano metodę analizy literatury przedmiotu. Jej przedmiotem były dwie grupy artykułów: teoretyczne oraz zawierające objaśniające wyniki badań empirycznych. Podejście lean, którego geneza wywodzi się z branży motoryzacyjnej (produkcyjnej, w pełni nadaje się do zastosowania w jednostkach ochrony zdrowia funkcjonujących w różnych obszarach kulturowych oraz do reformowania krajowych systemów opieki zdrowotnej w celu podniesienia ich efektywności. Przenikanie koncepcji lean do branży usług medycznych ma charakter ewolucyjny, podobnie jak następowało jej zastosowanie w branżach produkcyjnych.

  9. UG二次开发技术在Web零件库系统开发中的应用研究%Application of UG Secondary Development Technology in Development of Web Parts Library System

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    何丽; 孙文磊; 王宏伟

    2011-01-01

    通过研究C#编程语言对UG NX 6.0软件的二次开发技术,并结合ASP.NET技术实现了Web零件库系统中零件三维图形的在线动态浏览、零件表达式及属性信息的提取和零件在线参数化驱动等功能.介绍了上述功能的实现方法与过程,并给出了基于ASP.NET的Web零件库系统的应用实例.%UG secondary development for UC NX 6. 0 software by C# programming language was researched. Several important functions in web parts library system were realized with ASP. NET technology, as follows; browsing three-dimensional graphics of parts in Web parts library system, picking up expressions and attributes information in part files and driving to parameterized parts. The de tailed methods and processes to realize above functions were introduced and an applied example of Web parts library system based on ASP. NET was given.

  10. Father Feijoo’s contribution to the building of the new church of the monastery of Saint Julian of Samos (Lugo, Spain: a documented chapter of the history of architecture and book publishing in Spain

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    Full Text Available The monastery temple of Saint Julian of Samos (Lugo was concluded in 1748 thanks to the cession of printing and reprinting rights and the sale benefits of the first six volumes of Theatro Crítico Universal [Universal Critic Theatre] (1726, 1728, 1729, 1730, 1733 y 1734 and Ilustración apologética [Apologetic illustration] (1729 done by Father Benito Jerónimo Feijoo (1676-1764 in 1734 to what had been the house where he had taken vows in 1690. The news was known by scholars since notice of it was given by Friar Martín Sarmiento, Feijoo’s friend and correspondent as well as chronicler of the Benedictine Order, in a handwritten report of 1743 (published in 1879 and by Friar Eladio de Nóboa (1765 and repeated since then but with no conviction. We now publish this cession document of 1734 and from it and from father Feijoo’s literary work, we make some comments about the baroque building of the Samos monastery.

  11. 基于UG的双横臂独立悬架运动学分析系统%Kinematics Analysis System of Double-wishbone Independent Suspension Based on UG Software

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    侯永涛; 陆建辉; 周孔亢; 汪若尘

    2011-01-01

    A construction method for kinematics analysis system of the double-wishbone independent suspension based on UG software was proposed. The corresponding software prototype system using this method was developed and the frame structure of the system had been given account. Using the fast parameterized design function module of the system, the structure and geometric parameters of the double-wishbone suspension mechanism's simulation models could be rapid and convenient edited. By calling the MSC ADAMS or RecurDyn solver, which is integrated in UG/Motion, the kinematics simulation and analysis function module of the system could get the simulation results. The simulation results could be inspected using the drawing function of Matlab, which is integrated in this function module. Taking the minimum variation of the front wheel alignment parameters, minimum lateral displacement of the tires as the optimal object, the optimization design function module of suspension' s the structural parameters was constructed based on genetic algorithm. The correctness and the validity of the system and its function modules were verified by a design example. The frame structure of the system had good scalability and had been used in the optimum design of McPherson suspension.%提出了一种基于UG构建双横臂独立悬架运动学分析系统的方法,并应用该方法开发出了相应的原型系统,给出了系统的框架结构.系统的快速参数化设计模块可方便、快捷地对双横臂悬架运动仿真模型的结构参数、几何参数和定位参数进行修改;系统的运动学仿真分析模块通过调用UG/Motion集成的MSC ADAMS或Function Bay RecurDyn解算器来获取仿真分析结果,通过集成Matlab的绘图功能对分析结果进行输出查看;以前轮定位参数的变化量最小、车轮侧向滑移量最小为优化目标,采用遗传算法构建了系统的悬架机构结构参数优化设计模块.通过一个设计实例验证了系

  12. Three-dimension parametric model design of food extruder screw based on UG%基于UG食品挤压机中螺杆的三维参数化造型设计

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    刘海军; 耿忠德; 田伟; 曲颖

    2008-01-01

    UG二次开发模块提供了丰富的二次开发工具,利用该模块可对UG系统进行用户化开发,满足用户广泛的专业需求.首先介绍了基于UG食品挤压机中螺杆的三维参数化造型设计的思路和实现方法,运用UG NX OPEN工具进行二次开发,创建菜单和用户化界面以及用C#语言编制应用程序,最终实现了通过对话框输入参数,直接建立食品挤压机螺杆的三维模型.综合上述方法,为螺杆的系列化设计提供了参考途径.

  13. Porównywalność w czasie informacji o wynikach działalności społecznie odpowiedzialnej firm raportujących według zasad GRI

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    Full Text Available Porównywalność w czasie informacji o wynikach działalności społecznie odpowiedzialnej firm raportujących według zasad GRI The involvement of corporations in corporate social responsibility (CSR activities with respect for work- ers' rights and ethical principles brings tangible benefits to the enterprise. CSR activities can therefore be considered as an investment, the effects of which should be measured. CSR benefits derive from im- proved assessment of the corporation by the stakeholders and increased social trust. However, in order to achieve the desired results of CSR activities, it is necessary to provide adequate information to customers, employees and owners. Moreover, the measurement of CSR results is necessary to determine the effec- tiveness of the actions taken. The aim of the article was to answer the question if companies present the same measures in successive CSR reports and whether it is possible to compare the CSR activity results for successive years. Examination of 31 CSR reports for two consecutive editions of the reporting showed that companies change the number and type of disclosed measures.

  14. Collaborative Design and Analysis of Hydraulic Valve Block Based on UG/ANSYS Workbench%基于UG/ANSYS Workbench的液压阀块协同设计与分析

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    胡峰; 蒋廉华; 曾春军

    2016-01-01

    针对液压阀块集成度高、结构紧凑、空间结构复杂的问题,阐述了液压阀块的设计原则。以液压制动系统的液压阀块为例,为了高效快捷完成其设计工作,采用UG三维软件对其进行建模设计。同时,结合ANSYS Workbench分析软件,对其进行强度有限元分析,保证了结构强度的可靠性。%Aiming at the problem of high integration degree,compact structure and complicated spatial structure of hydraulic valve,the design principle of hydraulic valve block is expounded.Taking the hydraulic valve block of hydraulic braking system for example,in order to conveniently and rapidly design,the 3D software of UG is used for designing.At the same time,com-bined with Workbench ANSYS analysis software,the strength finite element analysis was carried out,to ensure the reliability of structural strength.

  15. UG软件及其二次开发在叶轮机械叶片模型生产中的应用%Application of UG and Its Secondary Exploitation for Production of Impeller Machine Blade Model in Turbo-machine

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    周红梅; 苏莫明

    2007-01-01

    采用UG软件的二次开发工具UG/OPEN GRIP 和UG/OPEN API开发了两种根据给定的叶轮机械叶片数据绘制出三维叶片模型片体的程序及实现可视化.并在UG的建模环境中进行了三维叶片片体的缝合、修改和实体渲染以及对叶片的光滑度、曲率、强度、型面点数等的分析.提高了叶片模型的精确程度,从而提高了实际的生产效率.

  16. UG NX4新功能

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    2005年9月15日,UGS在其2005用户年会上发布了数字化产品开发综合软件解决方案NX第4版.据UGS主管产品部的执行副总裁Chuck Grindstaff介绍,该版本对以前版本进行了数百项以客户为中心的改进,设计产品式样、设计、分析、模拟和制造,为客户提供了创建创新产品的新方法.

  17. UGS PLM愿景的核心

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    2007-01-01

    @@ 四月中旬,UGS公司面向全球推出第5版NX软件.新推出的NX 5包括了无约束的设计(Design Freedom)、主动数字样机(Active Mockup)和NX由你做主(Your Way)自定义功能等多项技术革新,可为用户提供更多的灵活性、更好的协调性,以及更高的生产力.

  18. Language specific bootstraps for UG categories

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    This paper argues that the universal categories N/V are not applied to content words before the grammatical markings for reference D(eterminers) and predication I(nflection) have been acquired (van Kampen, 1997, contra Pinker, 1984). Child grammar starts as proto-grammar with language-specific opera

  19. Email: pattuquayefio@ug.edu.gh

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    security into the mainstream of the security dialogue and policy-making, and juxtaposes it against .... This approach seeks to limit the practice of human ..... concept in their analysis of collective security threats and in devising solutions to them.

  20. U.G. Government Technology Information Locator

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    library. It collects materials in all major areas of the health sciences and, to a lesser degree, other areas (i.e., chemistry, physics, botany , and...speeches, seminars and workshops, internships , meetings and visits, articles, abstracts from newspapers, periodicals, and books. All material is

  1. Based on the New Type of Banana Planting Open Pit of UG Simulation Machine%基于新型香蕉种植开坑机的UG仿真

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    谢炳光; 马俊生; 马桂香; 梁甲; 刘子良; 文棋

    2016-01-01

    For large banana plantations of relative lack of research and development of the open pit machine , designed a new type of banana planting machine open pit.This machine has the open pit are of good quality, lower cost, and can adapt to the characteristics of different digging holes required .In this paper , the new type of banana planting the working principle of the open pit machine kinematics analysis and using 3 d software UG , new real banana planting open pit machine working condition .The results show that the new type of banana planting open pit machine can meet the de -mand of work .A new type of banana planting the development of the open pit machine can be used as crop other similar open pit machine developed to provide the reference .%针对大规模香蕉种植开坑机的研发比较缺乏的问题,设计了一种新型香蕉种植开坑机. 该机具有开坑质量高、成本较低及能适应不同挖坑要求的特点. 为此,介绍了新型香蕉种植开坑机的工作原理,并运用三维软件UG进行运动学分析,真实再现了新型香蕉种植开坑机的工作状况. 结果表明:新型香蕉种植开坑机能够满足工作需求,可为其他类似农作物开坑机器的研制提供参考.

  2. Schwinging a Sorcerer's Wand: Julian and I

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    Ng, Y. Jack

    I was among Prof. Schwinger's last students, probably the last one from Harvard. For a couple of years I was virtually his only thesis student, and so I had some rare opportunities to interact and socialize with him. I need not dwell on Schwinger's prowess as a physicist, since that is well known. I will instead tell some Schwinger stories — small stories that also involve me. (More than once, Schwinger warned me not to believe every story told about him. But these stories are true.)…

  3. Entrevista con Julian Pitt-Rivers.

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    Full Text Available El gran antropólogo inglés, nació en Londres, en 1919. Tras tomar parte en la guerra mundial, concluyó en Oxford su formación antropológica con EvansPritchard, doctorándose en 1953. Pitt-Rivers hizo su primer trabajo de campo de Andalucía, desde enero de 1949 hasta octubre de 1952, redactando después su estudio fundamental sobre Grazalema; al que siguió otro trabajo en el sudoeste francés. Más tarde, con el apoyo de la Universidad de Chicago, donde enseñó durante más de una década, analizó las transformaciones sociales en América hispanohablante. Desde 1964, simultanea su docencia americana con la de la École Pratique des Hautes Études en París y, después, acepta la cátedra que ocuparon Malinowski y Firth en Londres (1971-1977 -donde dio una célebre conferencia inaugural: Mana-. Volvió luego a enseñar en Francia: Aix-en-Provence (1979-1980 y París (Nanterre y École Pratique en la Sorbona, sección V «Ciencias religiosas», 1980-1986. Pero entre, 1965 y 1970, siguió escribiendo sobre el carnaval, la fiesta popular, el honor, el compadrazgo o la fiesta taurina españoles; así como sobre la circuncisión, la amistad y sus paradojas, la gracia, el dolor, el sacrificio y los rituales de la muerte. Desde su jubilación en 1986, ha proseguido estas investigaciones.

  4. Obituary: Thomas Julian Ahrens (1936-2010)

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    Jeanloz, Raymond; Asimow, Paul

    2011-12-01

    Thomas J. Ahrens, a leader in the use of shock waves to study planetary interiors and impact phenomena, died at his home in Pasadena, California on November 24, 2010, at the age of 74. He was the California Institute of Technology's Fletcher Jones Professor of Geophysics, formally emeritus since 2005 but professionally active to the end. Tom was a pioneer in experimental and numerical studies of the effects of hypervelocity impact, arguably the most important geophysical process in the formation, growth and - in many cases - surface evolution of planets. As a professor at Caltech, he established the foremost university laboratory for shock wave experiments, where students and research associates from around the world pursued basic research in geophysics, planetary science and other disciplines. Previously, high-pressure shock experiments were primarily conducted in national laboratories, where they were initially associated with development of nuclear weapons. The shock wave laboratory at Caltech was noted for key measurements addressing major questions in planetary geophysics. Equation-of-state studies on silicate melts showed that magma deep in Earth's mantle could be denser than the coexisting crystals, implying downward transport of melts (and associated heat) rather than the upward eruption of lavas observed in volcanic regions at Earth's surface. Shock-melting experiments on iron at pressures of Earth's core provide a crucial constraint on the temperature at the center of our planet. And studies of hydrous, carbonate and sulphate minerals under shock compression document how climate-altering molecules can be released by major impacts, such as the K/T event associated with the most recent mass extinction of biota in Earth history. In addition, Tom was a leader in numerical simulation of cratering, bringing the most recent laboratory measurements into the modeling of planetary impacts. Tom's training was in geophysics and applied experimental physics, as exemplified by the ultrasonic wave-velocity measurements of his Ph.D. research at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (geophysics Ph.D. in 1962, following a B.S. in geology and geophysics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1957, and M.S. in geophysics from Caltech in 1958). He served in the U.S. Army (1959-60) and was employed at Stanford Research Institute (1962-67), where he conducted shock wave experiments, before joining the faculty at Caltech in 1967. With such a broad background, Tom combined condensed-matter physics, continuum mechanics, petrology and seismology, for instance in characterizing polymorphic phase transformations in Earth's mantle (1967 J. Geophys. Res. Paper with Y. Syono); using shock wave measurements to interpret seismological data on Earth's deep interior (1969 Rev. Geophysics paper with D. L. Anderson and A. E. Ringwood); modeling geodynamic effects of phase-transition kinetics (1975 Rev. Geophysics paper with G. Shubert); characterizing the effects of gravity and crustal strength on crater formation (1981 Rev. Geophysics paper with J. D. O'Keefe); and quantifying impact erosion of terrestrial planetary atmospheres (1993 Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences). The span of his science was also reflected in collaborations with - among others - Paul D. Asimow, George R. Rossman and Edward M. Stolper at Caltech, as well as Arthur C. Mitchell and William J. Nellis at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. His accomplishments included conducting the first shock-wave experiments on lunar samples and solid hydrogen; measuring the first absorption spectra of minerals under shock loading; discovering major phase changes in CaO, FeO, KAlSi3O8, and KFeS2; measuring shock temperatures in silicates, metals, and oxides; conducting the first planetary cratering calculations for mass of melted and vaporized material, and mass and energy of ejecta as a function of planetary escape velocity; experimentally documenting shock vaporization on volatile-bearing minerals, and applying the results to understanding the formation of oceans and atmospheres; conducting the first dynamic-compression experiments on molten silicates, with applications to characterizing the maximum depth of volcanism on terrestrial planets, as well as the crystallization sequence of magma oceans; performing the first thermodynamic calculations delineating the impact-shock conditions for melting and vaporization of planetary materials; carrying out the first smoothed particle hydrodynamic calculations to investigate energy partitioning upon impact in self-gravitating planetary systems; and conducting the first quantitative tensile failure studies for brittle media, relating crack-density to elastic velocity deficits and the onset of damage. Tom was also Co-Investigator on the NASA Cosmic Dust Analyzer Experiment, and the NASA/ESA Cassini Mission to Saturn. Honors included the AGU Hess Medal, Geological Society of America Day Medal, Meteoritical Society Barringer Medal, APS Shock Compression of Condensed Matter' Topical Groups's Duvall Medal and AAAS Newcomb-Cleveland Prize. He had been President of AGU's Tectonophysics Section, Editor of Journal of Geophysical Research, founding member of both the Mineral and Rock Physics and Study of Earth's Deep Interior focus groups, and Editor - more like key driving force - for AGU's Handbook of Physical Constants. He was a fellow of the AGU, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, American Association for the Advancement of Science, and Geochemical Society; and member of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, as well as Foreign Associate of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Main-belt asteroid 4739 Tomahrens (1985 TH1) was named after him. Tom made it clear, however, that it was his students (more than 30), research associates (15 or more) and many collaborators who were the real mark of success. No doubt driven by the need to sustain a major, expensive research facility, as well as to satisfy an inner drive, he maintained a daunting work schedule - including evenings, weekends and holidays - that challenged and stimulated so many around him, perhaps even frightening or frustrating some. He could play as hard as he worked, enjoying sailing, skiing and other outdoor activities over the years.

  5. Observations of the temporal variability in aerosol properties and their relationships to meteorology in the summer monsoonal South China Sea/East Sea: the role of monsoonal flows, the Madden–Julian Oscillation, tropical cyclones, squall lines and cold pools

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    Full Text Available In a joint NRL/Manila Observatory mission, as part of the 7 SouthEast Asian Studies program (7SEAS, a two-week, late September~2011 research cruise in the northern Palawan Archipelago was undertaken to observe the nature of southwest monsoonal aerosol particles in the South China Sea/East Sea (SCS/ES and Sulu Sea region. Previous analyses suggested this region as a~receptor for biomass burning from Borneo and Sumatra for boundary layer air entering the monsoonal trough. Anthropogenic pollution and biofuel emissions are also ubiquitous, as is heavy shipping traffic. Here, we provide an overview of the regional environment during the cruise, a time series of key aerosol and meteorological parameters, and their interrelationships. Overall, this cruise provides a~narrative of the processes that control regional aerosol loadings and their possible feedbacks with clouds and precipitation. While 2011 was a moderate El Nino/Southern Oscillation (ENSO La Nina year, higher burning activity and lower precipitation was more typical of neutral conditions. The large-scale aerosol environment was modulated by the Madden–Julian Oscillation (MJO and its associated tropical cyclone (TC activity in a manner consistent with the conceptual analysis performed by Reid et al. (2012. Advancement of the MJO from phase 3 to 6 with accompanying cyclogenesis during the cruise period strengthened flow patterns in the SCS/ES that modulated aerosol lifecycle. TC inflow arms of significant convection sometimes span from Sumatra to Luzon, resulting in very low particle concentrations (minimum condensation nuclei CN −3, non-sea salt PM2.5=1μg m−3. However, elevated carbon monoxide levels were occasionally observed suggesting passage of polluted air masses whose aerosol particles had been rained out. Conversely, two drier periods occurred with higher aerosol particle concentrations originating from Borneo and Southern Sumatra (CN > 3000 cm−3 and non-sea salt PM2.510–25

  6. Observations of the temporal variability in aerosol properties and their relationships to meteorology in the summer monsoonal South China Sea/East Sea: the role of monsoonal flows, the Madden-Julian Oscillation, tropical cyclones, squall lines and cold pools

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    Reid, J. S.; Lagrosas, N. D.; Jonsson, H. H.; Reid, E. A.; Sessions, W. R.; Simpas, J. B.; Uy, S. N.; Boyd, T. J.; Atwood, S. A.; Blake, D. R.; Campbell, J. R.; Cliff, S. S.; Holben, B. N.; Holz, R. E.; Hyer, E. J.; Lynch, P.; Meinardi, S.; Posselt, D. J.; Richardson, K. A.; Salinas, S. V.; Smirnov, A.; Wang, Q.; Yu, L. E.; Zhang, J.

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    In a joint NRL/Manila Observatory mission, as part of the 7 SouthEast Asian Studies program (7SEAS), a two-week, late September~2011 research cruise in the northern Palawan Archipelago was undertaken to observe the nature of southwest monsoonal aerosol particles in the South China Sea/East Sea (SCS/ES) and Sulu Sea region. Previous analyses suggested this region as a~receptor for biomass burning from Borneo and Sumatra for boundary layer air entering the monsoonal trough. Anthropogenic pollution and biofuel emissions are also ubiquitous, as is heavy shipping traffic. Here, we provide an overview of the regional environment during the cruise, a time series of key aerosol and meteorological parameters, and their interrelationships. Overall, this cruise provides a~narrative of the processes that control regional aerosol loadings and their possible feedbacks with clouds and precipitation. While 2011 was a moderate El Nino/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) La Nina year, higher burning activity and lower precipitation was more typical of neutral conditions. The large-scale aerosol environment was modulated by the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) and its associated tropical cyclone (TC) activity in a manner consistent with the conceptual analysis performed by Reid et al. (2012). Advancement of the MJO from phase 3 to 6 with accompanying cyclogenesis during the cruise period strengthened flow patterns in the SCS/ES that modulated aerosol lifecycle. TC inflow arms of significant convection sometimes span from Sumatra to Luzon, resulting in very low particle concentrations (minimum condensation nuclei CN elevated carbon monoxide levels were occasionally observed suggesting passage of polluted air masses whose aerosol particles had been rained out. Conversely, two drier periods occurred with higher aerosol particle concentrations originating from Borneo and Southern Sumatra (CN > 3000 cm-3 and non-sea salt PM2.510-25 μg m-3). These cases corresponded with two different mechanisms

  7. Study on Dynamic Simulation of Wind Turbine Gearbox based on UG and ADAMS%基于UG和ADAMS的风力发电机组齿轮箱动力学仿真研究

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    吴海宝; 吴金强

    2011-01-01

    Taking 750kW wind turbine gearbox as study object, the dynamic simulation analysis of gearboxes by using virtual prototype technology is carried out. Based on three dimensional modeling software UG and according to the gearbox structure size and other design parameter, the solid model of wind turbine gearbox is created and after importing to ADAMS and adding constraints and load, virtual prototype model of the gearbox is established. The rigid dynamic analysis and flexible dynamic analysis of key components are carried out by using ADAMS, and the angular velocity and acceleration curves of the in-out shaft, gear meshing force and flexible body stress cloud are obtained. These result is coincided with the theoretical value through analysis and the accuracy of ADAMS simulation is verified. The simulation results show that the design level of wind turbine gearboxes can be improved by using the virtual prototype technology and lay a good foundation for further design.%以750kW风力发电机组齿轮箱为研究对象,采用虚拟样机技术对增速齿轮箱进行了动力学仿真研究.根据齿轮箱结构、尺寸等设计参数,基于三维设计软件UG构建了风力发电机组齿轮箱的实体模型,并将其导入ADAMS中添加约束和载荷后,建立了齿轮箱的虚拟样机模型.利用ADAMS软件进行刚体动力学和关键部件的柔体动力学分析,得到输入、输出轴的角速度和加速度曲线、齿轮啮合力以及柔体应力云图.经分析,仿真结果与理论值相吻合,验证了仿真的正确性.结果表明,采用虚拟样机技术可提高齿轮箱的设计水平,也为后续传动系统的优化设计等提供指导意义.

  8. Op-Ug TD Optimizer Tool Based on Matlab Code to Find Transition Depth From Open Pit to Block Caving / Narzędzie Optymalizacyjne Oparte O Kod Matlab Wykorzystane Do Określania Głębokości Przejściowej Od Wydobycia Odkrywkowego Do Wybierania Komorami

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    Bakhtavar, E.

    2015-09-01

    In this study, transition from open pit to block caving has been considered as a challenging problem. For this purpose, the linear integer programing code of Matlab was initially developed on the basis of the binary integer model proposed by Bakhtavar et al (2012). Then a program based on graphical user interface (GUI) was set up and named "Op-Ug TD Optimizer". It is a beneficial tool for simple application of the model in all situations where open pit is considered together with block caving method for mining an ore deposit. Finally, Op-Ug TD Optimizer has been explained step by step through solving the transition from open pit to block caving problem of a case ore deposit. W pracy tej rozważano skomplikowane zagadnienie przejścia od wybierania odkrywkowego do komorowego. W tym celu opracowano kod programowania liniowego w środowisku MATLAB w oparciu o model liczb binarnych zaproponowany przez Bakhtavara (2012). Następnie opracowano program z wykorzystujący graficzny interfejs użytkownika o nazwie Optymalizator Op-Ug TD. Jest to niezwykle cenne narzędzie umożliwiające stosowanie modelu dla wszystkich warunków w sytuacjach gdy rozważamy prowadzenie wydobycia metodą odkrywkową oraz wydobycie komorowe przy eksploatacji złóż rud żelaza. W końcowej części pracy podano szczegółową instrukcję stosowanie programu Optymalizator na przedstawionym przykładzie przejścia od wydobycia rud żelaza metodami odkrywkowymi poprzez wydobycie komorami.

  9. Numerical simulation study of the Madden-Julian Oscillation influences on spring precipitation in China%MJO对中国春季降水影响的数值模拟研究

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    白旭旭; 李崇银; 李琳

    2012-01-01

    The influences of the two propagating phases of the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) on spring precipitation in eastern China are studied through ensemble numerical simulations with the multi-initial fields by using the IAP-AGCM (Institute of Atmospheric Physics-Atmospheric General Circulation Model). When anomalous diabatic heating (strong MJO convection) is respectively introduced in an area over the equatorial eastern Indian Ocean and equatorial western Pacific, the anomalous patterns of spring precipitation in eastern China are reproduced very well as shown in the model's results. And the numerical simulation results are similar to our previous data diagnoses, that is, corresponding to the 2-3 (6 — 7) phases, there is more precipitation in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River (less precipitation in the most parts of eastern China). The analyses of the simulated geopotential height, wind, divergence, vorticity and water vapors transport showed that the genesis of a-nomalous spring rainfalls in eastern China is closely related to anomalous pattern of the atmospheric circulation over the western North Pacific/East-Asia caused by anomalous diabatic heating (strong MJO convection activity). Through analyzing daily response fields, the physical process and mechanism for spring precipitation anomalies in eastern China due to the MJO activity are discussed. It is shown that atmosphere responses excited by anomalous diabatic heating over the equator are not only the Rossby and Kelvin wave patterns in the equatorial atmosphere, but also the Rossby wave-train pattern in the atmosphere from the tropics to middle-high latitudes. If the location of anomalous diabatic heating is different, the response pattern in the atmosphere will be different and its influence on weather and climate is also different. When there is anomalous convection heating o-ver the equatorial eastern Indian Ocean (corresponding to the 2-3 phases of the MJO), the atmospheric Rossby wave

  10. NEOEVOLUCIONISMO Y ECOLOGÍA CULTURAL. LA OBRA DE JULIAN STEWARD Y LA RENOVACIÓN DE LA ENSEÑANZA DE LA ANTROPOLOGÍA EN LA ARGENTINA / Neo-evolutionism and cultural ecology. The Argentine Renovation of Anthropology Teaching under the influence of J. Steward

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    Gastón Julián Gil

    2010-10-01

    Full Text Available La introducción de la obra del antropólogo norteamericano Julian Haynes Steward (1902-1972 produjo una parcial renovación de la enseñanza de la antropología en la Argentina desde mediados de la década del cincuenta. Principalmente en arqueología (y más tarde en lo que comenzaría a llamarse antropología social, el enfoque materialista, neoevolucionista y ecológico entró en tensión con la corriente histórico-cultural alemana que había hegemonizado el campo antropológico nacional liderado por el italiano José Imbelloni desde la Universidad de Buenos Aires. La circulación de estas nuevas ideas -que también provocaron fuertes polémicas en su ámbito de gestación original- es abordada principalmente a partir de la labor transformadora y revitalizadora de Alberto Rex González, posgraduado en la Universidad de Columbia y alumno de Steward a fines de los años cuarenta. De este modo, se propone un análisis de las maneras en que nuevos postulados conceptuales provenientes de una tradición metropolitana se difundieron en un contexto periférico.

  11. UG NX应用技巧拾零

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    张鹏伟

    2005-01-01

    我们在利用UG进行三维建模时。总会有些方法和技巧让我们达到事半功倍的效果。相反如果我们没有利用这些技巧或是没有很好的利用,我们就会达到相反的效果。本文介绍了作者在学习中总结的一些技巧。

  12. UG NX CAM的标识加工

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    张国武

    2007-01-01

    UG注释加工模块也是UG软件中很优秀的一个模块。时下有关UG其他模块应用的文章很多,但关于该模块的介绍,尤其是以具体应用实例来详细介绍其具体应用的文章则少之又少,本文作者将以“向导”的形式引导大家详细领略该模块的魅力。

  13. UG NX CAM的标识加工

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    张国武

    2007-01-01

      标识加工,即针对要雕刻在零件表面的文字和图样的加工.在UGNX CAM中提供了专门的标识加工操作,即注释加工操作.本文将通过一个简单的实例对标识加工的方法进行介绍.待加工的零件如图1所示,注释文字"陕航院"是在UG制图模块中添加的注释.……

  14. Language: UG or not to be, that is the question.

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    Bolhuis, Johan J; Tattersall, Ian; Chomsky, Noam; Berwick, Robert C

    2015-02-01

    Language is not the same as speech or communication; rather, it is a computational cognitive system. It has appeared very recently, consistent with a minimalist view of language's hierarchical syntactic structure.

  15. Roland UG-88虚拟吉他系统

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    王良勇

    2004-01-01

    <正> 如何让一把声学吉他听起来像是电吉他接入Marshall音箱,甚至有个变调夹夹在12品?John Walden发明的VG-88系统可以让这一切变成现实。 早先对模拟技术感兴趣的吉他手都会在《SOUND ON SOUND》杂志上找一些与众不同的设备。而现在,模拟技术已经有了不同的含义,运用数字技术的音箱和喇叭模拟已经成为现代吉他手的“必须品”,Roland和旗下的Boss也成为这一领域的重要成员。这方面最具革命性的产品应该算是

  16. UG311, An Oncofetal Marker Lost with Prostate Cancer Progression

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    are focusing on the cloning of the UC311 paralog by RACE and phage library screening A lambda ZAP library has been constructed from C4-2 cells to screen for paralogous clones. RACE assays are underway.

  17. Module Cluster: UG - 001.00 (GSC) Urban Geography.

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    Currier, Wade R.

    This is one of several module clusters developed for the Camden Teacher Corps project. This module cluster is designed to introduce students to urban studies through the application of a geographic approach. Although geography shares with other social sciences many concepts and methods, it has contributed a distinctive set of viewpoints and a…

  18. Language : UG or not to be, that is the question

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    Bolhuis, Johan J; Tattersall, Ian; Chomsky, Noam; Berwick, Robert C

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    Language is not the same as speech or communication; rather, it is a computational cognitive system. It has appeared very recently, consistent with a minimalist view of language's hierarchical syntactic structure.

  19. Language: UG or not to be, that is the question.

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    Johan J Bolhuis

    2015-02-01

    Full Text Available Language is not the same as speech or communication; rather, it is a computational cognitive system. It has appeared very recently, consistent with a minimalist view of language's hierarchical syntactic structure.

  20. CPUG: Computational Physics UG Degree Program at Oregon State University

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    Landau, Rubin H.

    2004-03-01

    A four-year undergraduate degree program leading to a Bachelor's degree in Computational Physics is described. The courses and texts under development are research- and Web-rich, and culminate in an advanced computational laboratory derived from graduate theses and faculty research. The five computational courses and course materials developed for this program act as a bridge connecting the physics with the computation and the mathematics, and as a link to the computational science community.

  1. Kunstnik Julian Schnabel vallutab Soome kahel rindel / Jukka Kiho

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    Kiho, Jukka

    2008-01-01

    Tamperes esilinastub kunstniku film "Lou Reed's Berlin", mis valmis Ameerikas 2006. a. ja kus laulja Lou Reed mängib esimest korda tervikuna ära 1973. aastal ilmunud plaadi. Kiasmas Helsingis avatakse kunstniku maalinäitus "Noorte kartlike nunnade pühendunud vaade"

  2. Kunstnik Julian Schnabel vallutab Soome kahel rindel / Jukka Kiho

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    2008-01-01

    Tamperes esilinastub kunstniku film "Lou Reed's Berlin", mis valmis Ameerikas 2006. a. ja kus laulja Lou Reed mängib esimest korda tervikuna ära 1973. aastal ilmunud plaadi. Kiasmas Helsingis avatakse kunstniku maalinäitus "Noorte kartlike nunnade pühendunud vaade"

  3. Homocysteine-lowering effect of 500 ug folic acid every other day versus 250 ug/day

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    Brouwer, I.A.; Rooij, van I.A.L.M.; Dusseldorp, van M.; Thomas, C.M.G.; Blom, H.J.; Hautvast, J.G.A.J.; Eskes, T.K.A.B.

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    Elevated plasma total homocysteine (tHcy) concentrations are a risk factor for neural tube defects and vascular diseases. Supplementation with folic acid decreases tHcy. We investigated whether supplementation with 500 ?g folic acid every other day is as effective in lowering tHcy as 250 ?g folic ac

  4. Efeito da idade da vaca e da data juliana de nascimento sobre o ganho médio diário de bezerros de corte no período pré-desmame Effects of age of the dam and julian birth date on average daily gain of beef calves from birth to wean

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    A.L. Bocchi

    2005-08-01

    Full Text Available Estudaram-se os efeitos da idade da vaca ao parto (IDV e da data juliana de nascimento (DJN sobre o ganho médio diário no período pré-desmame de bezerros de corte e determinaram-se os respectivos fatores de correção (FC, utilizando 463.971 e 39.220 dados das raças Nelore e Tabapuã, respectivamente. O modelo estatístico continha os efeitos de IDV, modelada por um polinômio segmentado quadrático-quadrático com um nó aos sete anos e de DJN do bezerro, modelada por um polinômio segmentado com três segmentos quadráticos e dois nós, aos 185 e 295 dias. Tanto a IDV como a DJN influenciaram significativamente o ganho médio diário dos bezerros no período pré-desmame. Para os dois efeitos foram encontradas diferenças entre as duas raças. Para a IDV, os melhores ganhos ocorreram aos seis anos para a raça Tabapuã e aos nove anos para a raça Nelore. Quanto ao efeito da DJN, os melhores ganhos ocorreram no inverno para ambas as raças. Os FC foram calculados por raça, sendo os da IDV calculados separadamente para machos e fêmeas e as do DJN por estação. A determinação de fatores de correção deverá possibilitar melhor precisão da seleção, reduzindo os efeitos não genéticos que concorrem para a variação dessa característica.The effects of age of dam (IDV and julian birth date (DJN on daily weight gain of beef calves from birth to wean were analyzed and correction factors were calculated. Data from 463,971 and 39,220 Nelore and Tabapuã animals were used in the analyses. The IDV, modeled by a polynomial segmented quadratic-quadratic with a knot at seven years and DJN modeled by a polynomial segmented with three quadratic segments and two knots at 185 and 295 days were included in the statistical model. The IDV and DJN had significant effects on daily weight gain of beef calves from birth to wean, and significant difference between breeds was observed for both effects. The best daily weight gain from birth to wean was

  5. Observations of the temporal variability in aerosol properties and their relationships to meteorology in the summer monsoonal South China Sea/East Sea: the scale-dependent role of monsoonal flows, the Madden-Julian Oscillation, tropical cyclones, squall lines and cold pools

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    Reid, J. S.; Lagrosas, N. D.; Jonsson, H. H.; Reid, E. A.; Sessions, W. R.; Simpas, J. B.; Uy, S. N.; Boyd, T. J.; Atwood, S. A.; Blake, D. R.; Campbell, J. R.; Cliff, S. S.; Holben, B. N.; Holz, R. E.; Hyer, E. J.; Lynch, P.; Meinardi, S.; Posselt, D. J.; Richardson, K. A.; Salinas, S. V.; Smirnov, A.; Wang, Q.; Yu, L.; Zhang, J.

    2015-02-01

    In a joint NRL/Manila Observatory mission, as part of the Seven SouthEast Asian Studies program (7-SEAS), a 2-week, late September 2011 research cruise in the northern Palawan archipelago was undertaken to observe the nature of southwest monsoonal aerosol particles in the South China Sea/East Sea (SCS/ES) and Sulu Sea region. Previous analyses suggested this region as a receptor for biomass burning from Borneo and Sumatra for boundary layer air entering the monsoonal trough. Anthropogenic pollution and biofuel emissions are also ubiquitous, as is heavy shipping traffic. Here, we provide an overview of the regional environment during the cruise, a time series of key aerosol and meteorological parameters, and their interrelationships. Overall, this cruise provides a narrative of the processes that control regional aerosol loadings and their possible feedbacks with clouds and precipitation. While 2011 was a moderate El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) La Niña year, higher burning activity and lower precipitation was more typical of neutral conditions. The large-scale aerosol environment was modulated by the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) and its associated tropical cyclone (TC) activity in a manner consistent with the conceptual analysis performed by Reid et al. (2012). Advancement of the MJO from phase 3 to 6 with accompanying cyclogenesis during the cruise period strengthened flow patterns in the SCS/ES that modulated aerosol life cycle. TC inflow arms of significant convection sometimes span from Sumatra to Luzon, resulting in very low particle concentrations (minimum condensation nuclei CN elevated carbon monoxide levels were occasionally observed suggesting passage of polluted air masses whose aerosol particles had been rained out. Conversely, two drier periods occurred with higher aerosol particle concentrations originating from Borneo and Southern Sumatra (CN > 3000 cm-3 and non-sea-salt PM2.5 10-25 μg m-3). These cases corresponded with two different

  6. Aquisição da linguagem e UG: um recorte histórico = Language acquisition and UG: a historical overview

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    Ibaños, Ana Maria Tramunt

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available O presente trabalho discute alguma ideias de aquisição da linguagem que percorrem o programa gerativista, desde os primórdios da década de 50, até os anos mais recentes com o Programa Minimalista. Leva em consideração, principalmente, as discussões em torno do conceito de Gramática Universal, uma constante entre as variadas adaptações da teoria

  7. UG/Unisim在数控加工碰撞仿真中的应用

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    徐祥翔; 席平

    2003-01-01

    @@ 一、概述 计算机仿真技术作为一门新兴的高科技技术,随着计算机技术的发展而发展,仿真技术的应用领域及其作用越来越大.数控加工仿真是一条行之有效的、最经济的数控程序验证途径.与其他检验方法相比,具有可降低生产成本、降低时耗、缩短生产周期、提高生产效率,及时反馈错误信息,有效预测数控加工程序和切削过程的可靠性及高效性并可对一些意外情况进行处理等优点,因而在制造行业,尤其是航空制造业得到了广泛的应用.

  8. 应用UG NX进行设计和制造技术

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    杨金岭

    2008-01-01

    主要介绍了用UGNX进行CAD/CAM设计、制造的一般原理.并结合实际情况介绍了现今各企业的的生产设计、制造过程对同仁具有借鉴意义。实践证明用UGNX进行设计、制造CAD/CAM设计过程可以提高生产效率、降低成本、增强企业竞争力。

  9. UG NX工程图转换成AutoCAD文件出图

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    陈华军

    2016-01-01

    NX作为功能强大的CAD/CAE/CAM三维软件,应用十分广泛,但是没有完全提供符合制图标准的国标符号,因此输出二维工程图比较困难,尤其是市场上鲜有支持NX工程图打印的店。本文通过把NX工程图转换为CAD文件,利用市场上成熟的CAD打印技术输出NX工程图,轻松解决了这一问题。既充分发挥了NX三维建模的长处,又避免了在NX中打印二维工程图的不便,节省了时间,提高了工作效率。

  10. Odnowa filozofii według Hilarego Putnama (Hilary Putnam's Renewal of Philosophy

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    Tadeusz Szubka

    2011-09-01

    Full Text Available Hilary Putnam is widely considered as one of the most distinguished and important philosophers in the analytic tradition of the last fifty years. However, in his most recent publications he has started to emphasize various shortcomings and limitations of that powerful tradition, connected especially with its scientism andnaturalism. He has also insisted that what we really need is a serious renewal and transformation of philosophy, drawing upon other philosophical traditions, including pragmatism. We should realize that although philosophy overlaps in some parts with science, it cannot be turned into a science. It is a humanistic enterprise havingtwo dimensions, theoretical and moral, and it is unfortunate when we tend to forget about either of them.

  11. Gender Studies Course at UG/PG Levels and Gender Awareness Training to Teachers

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    Kuruvilla, Moly

    2014-01-01

    While the UGC is committed to the cause of promoting gender equity through higher education and is in the process of reviewing the existing arrangements in the campuses of higher learning to ensure the freedom, safety and security of girls and women, the proactive role of teachers in solving the problems of gender based violence and other…

  12. Marketing usług w języku cybernetyki

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    2004-01-01

    This paper deals with application of system approach to marketing of services. To realize this goal, first, we discuss key issues of marketing of services, and second, basic aspects of cybernetics. To apply system approach to service marketing, we consider a model which includes a manager, service personnel, market (group of customers) and a service object. Thai we identify interactions between all elements and link them in a system. In it we present three types of marketing used in services:...

  13. Endometrioza – rozpoznanie, leczenie według współczesnych rekomendacji

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    Krzysztof Szyłło

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Złożona i nie do końca poznana etiopatogeneza endometriozy powoduje, że brakuje skutecznej diagnostykii leczenia choroby. Silne i przewlekłe dolegliwości bólowe podbrzusza, bolesne miesiączki, bolesne współżycieoraz niemożność posiadania potomstwa znacznie pogarszają fizyczny i psychiczny komfort życia. Brak skutecznychmetod laboratoryjnych w rozpoznawaniu endometriozy zmusza do inwazyjnej diagnostyki laparoskopowej.Rodzaj leczenia najczęściej uzależniony jest od występowania dolegliwości bólowych u pacjentki lub niepłodnościzwiązanej z endometriozą. Autorzy podejmują próbę usystematyzowania zasad rozpoznawania oraz leczeniaendometriozy na podstawie aktualnych zaleceń towarzystw ginekologicznych.

  14. A perspective review on role of novel NSAID prodr ugs in the management of acute inflammation

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    Jaya Preethi Peesa

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    Full Text Available Inflammation mediators, prostaglandins are causing inflammation, pain and pyrexia in the body. Synthesis of these mediators can be effectively blocked by administering the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs. The NSAIDs had age-old history in medicine due to their therapeutic potentials and thus they occupy the major share in clinical practice as well as in commercial market. Mostly the NSAID moieties are chemically composed of carboxylic functional groups and this could be a potential reason for the damage of mucosal lining. Moderate and chronic oral use of these NSAIDs leads to ulcerogenicity, abdominal cramps, intestinal bleeding, mucosal haemorrhage and gastritis. Therapeutic handling of above side-effects is becoming ever challenge for the researchers. In research of surmounting side-effects caused by NSAID, prodrug approach was proven to be effective and successful. Over the time, prodrug concept becomes big boom in the arena of inflammation and its clinical treatment. In last few decades, many researchers have been attempted to synthesize the NSAID prodrugs successively. With this background of information, this article was composed and aimed to provide needful information on NSAID prodrugs such as background history, rationale, mechanism of action, principles involved and their therapeutic outcomes. The successful prodrugs were listed and their molecular structures were also demonstrated here.

  15. Kontemplacja i ekspresja – Śakuntala Kalidasy według Jerzego Grotowskiego

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    Kołdrzak, Elżbieta

    2012-01-01

    Zrealizowana przez Jerzego Grotowskiego w Teatrze 13 Rzędów, już ponad 50 lat temu, Śakuntala Kalidasy przeszła do historii nie tylko jako kolejna z zachodnich scenicznych wersji tego słynnego dramatu indyjskiego, ale przede wszystkim jako wyznacznik poszukiwań teatralnych oraz poszukiwań nowego paradygmatu techniki aktorskiej prowadzonych przez zespół Grotowskiego. Zarówno sposób opracowania oryginalnego tekstu Kalidasy (Prolog zawierający mantry śiwaickie, redukcja akcji do w...

  16. Determination of Vinyl Chloride at ug/l. Level in Water by Gas Chromatography

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    Bellar, Thomas A.; And Others

    1976-01-01

    A quantitative method for the determination of vinyl chloride in water is presented. Vinyl chloride is transfered to the gas phase by bubbling inert gas through the water. After concentration on silica gel or Carbosieve-B, determination is by gas chromatography. Confirmation of vinyl chloride is by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. (Author/BT)

  17. Gender Studies Course at UG/PG Levels and Gender Awareness Training to Teachers

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    Kuruvilla, Moly

    2014-01-01

    While the UGC is committed to the cause of promoting gender equity through higher education and is in the process of reviewing the existing arrangements in the campuses of higher learning to ensure the freedom, safety and security of girls and women, the proactive role of teachers in solving the problems of gender based violence and other…

  18. Transgraniczny transfer usług biznesowych. Potencjał i szanse polskiej gospodarki

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    Szukalski, Stanisław M.

    2007-01-01

    Wydrukowano z dostarczonych Wydawnictwu UŁ gotowych materiałów. Transferring of modern business services abroad is one of the most characteristic features of service globalization. The study is devoted to the issue of modem services offshoring in the context of Poland's chances in the process. Attention has been drawn to factors conducive to international service transfer, types of investment offshoring projects in services, motives behind transferring services abroad, benefits...

  19. 46 CFR 54.15-10 - Safety and relief valves (modifies UG-126).

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    2010-10-01

    ... reference; see 46 CFR 54.01-1). (f) Cast iron may be employed in the construction of relief valves for... with CGA S-1.2 (incorporated by reference; see 46 CFR 54.01-1). (2) 110 percent of the valve...

  20. Anomaly Detection for Data Reduction in an Unattended Ground Sensor (UGS) Field

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    2014-09-01

    information (shown with solid lines in the diagram). Typically, this would be a mobile ad-hoc network ( MANET ). The clusters are connected to other nodes...the detection algorithms be able to coordinate observations over the local MANET that interconnects UGSs within the cluster. Extrapolating from that...interquartile ranges MANET mobile ad-hoc network OSUS Open Standards for Unattended Sensors TOC tactical operations center UAVs unmanned aerial vehicles

  1. The Ontological Status of Learner Grammaticality Judgments to UG Approaches to L2 Acquisition.

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    Christie, Katrien and Lantolf, James P.

    1992-01-01

    Reports on grammaticality judgments by early learners of a second language (Italian). The data, contrary to what might be assumed, point to no relationship between intuition and performance for L2 Learners. Data concerning advanced learners may prove to be more valid. (34 references) (LET)

  2. 基于UG/Moldwizard环境下的注塑模具协同设计

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    朱如龙; 肖国华; 范国良; 卢星星; 张晓亮

    2014-01-01

    针对当前区域模具产业集聚状态下企业设计状态的特点,对模具企业模具设计协同方面的研究进展进行初步总结,指出当前大部分模具企业在模具设计实践时在运用网络协同时存在的一些基本问题。有针对性提出模具生产时,协同应从产品设计开始,充分运用UG软件中模塑验证、Wavelink模具精灵、装配模块、Vis Mockup可见模型等工具进行协同设计,以提高工作效率。

  3. NetLogger: A toolkit for distributed system performance tuning anddeb ugging

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    Tierney, Brian; Gunter, Dan

    2002-01-01

    Developers and users of high-performance distributed systemsoften observe performance problems such as unexpectedly low throughput orhigh latency. Determining the source of the performance problems requiresdetailed end-to-end instrumentation of all components, including theapplications, operating systems, hosts, and networks. In this paper wedescribe a methodology that enables the real-time diagnosis ofperformance problems in complex high-performance distributed systems. Themethodology includes tools for generating timestamped event logs that canbe used to provide detailed end-to-end application and system levelmonitoring; and tools for visualizing the log data and real-time state ofthe distributed system. This methodology, called NetLogger, has proveninvaluable for diagnosing problems in networks and in distributed systemscode. This approach is novel in that it combines network, host, andapplication-level monitoring, providing a complete view of the entiresystem. NetLogger is designed to be extremely light-weight, and includesa mechanism for reliably collecting monitoring events from multipledistributed locations. This technical report summarizes most importantpoints of several previous papers on NetLogger, and is meant to be usedas a general overview.

  4. [Stress analysis of artificial bionic knee joint based on UG6.0 NX NASTRAN].

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    Shi, Gengqiang

    2014-02-01

    This article introduces the basic principles of finite element analysis in biomechanics, focusing on the basic principles of a variety of finite element analysis software, and their respective characteristics. In addition, it also de scribes the basic stress analysis of UGNX6.0 NASTRAN analysis for artificial knee process, i. e. the choice of the type, material definition, the set of constants, finite element mesh division and the finite element results of the analysis. Finite element analysis and evaluation of the design of personalized artificial knee were carried out, so that the rationality of the geometric design of the structure of the experimental design of artificial knee has been verified.

  5. Informativeness of Wind Data in Linear Madden-Julian Oscillation Prediction

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    2016-08-15

    outgoing longwave radiation (OLR) related to the MJO on intraseasonal timescales in the tropics has been examined for a variety of LIMs using OLR and...optionally 200 and 850 hPa zonal wind information channels. The dependence of OLR hindcast skill on wind channels was evaluated by randomizing in time...2014) include LIM results from both C14 and the methods described here, as a baseline for evaluating numerical model hind- casts. Those hindcasts as

  6. The Madden-Julian Oscillation and its Teleconnections in a Warmer World

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    Maloney, Eric; Wolding, Brandon; Henderson, Stephanie

    2017-04-01

    Two simulations of the Superparameterized Community Earth System Model (SP-CESM) are examined, one with pre-industrial (PI) levels of CO2 and one where CO2 levels have been quadrupled (4xCO2). While MJO convective variability increases considerably in the 4xCO2 simulation, the dynamical response to this convective variability decreases. Increased MJO convective variability is shown to be a robust response to the steepening vertical moisture gradient, consistent with the findings of previous studies. The decreased dynamical response to MJO convective variability is shown to be a consequence of increased static stability, which allows weaker variations in large-scale vertical velocity to produce sufficient adiabatic cooling to balance variations in MJO convective heating. This weakened dynamical response results in a considerable reduction of the MJO's ability to influence the extratropics, which is closely tied to the strength of its associated divergence. A linear baroclinic model is used to verify the impact of increased static stability on the extratropical circulation in a warmer climate. Results of this study suggest that, while MJO convective variability may increase in a warming climate, the MJO's role in bridging weather and climate in the extratropics may not.

  7. Climate change and the Madden-Julian Oscillation: A vertically resolved weak temperature gradient analysis

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    Wolding, Brandon O.; Maloney, Eric D.; Henderson, Stephanie; Branson, Mark

    2017-03-01

    WTG balance is used to examine how changes in the moist thermodynamic structure of the tropics affect the MJO in two simulations of the Superparameterized Community Earth System Model (SP-CESM), one at preindustrial (PI) levels of CO2 and one where CO2 levels have been quadrupled (4×CO2). While MJO convective variability increases considerably in the 4×CO2 simulation, the dynamical response to this convective variability decreases. Increased MJO convective variability is shown to be a robust response to the steepening vertical moisture gradient, consistent with the findings of previous studies. The steepened vertical moisture gradient allows MJO convective heating to drive stronger variations in large-scale vertical moisture advection, supporting destabilization of the MJO. The decreased dynamical response to MJO convective variability is shown to be a consequence of increased static stability, which allows weaker variations in large-scale vertical velocity to produce sufficient adiabatic cooling to balance variations in MJO convective heating. This weakened dynamical response results in a considerable reduction of the MJO's ability to influence the extratropics, which is closely tied to the strength of its associated divergence. A composite lifecycle of the MJO was used to show that northern hemisphere extratropical 525 hPa geopotential height anomalies decreased by 27% in the 4×CO2 simulation, despite a 22% increase in tropical convective heating associated with the MJO. Results of this study suggest that while MJO convective variability may increase in a warming climate, the MJO's role in "bridging weather and climate" in the extratropics may not.

  8. Application of terrestrial photogrammetry for the mass balance calculation on Montasio Occidentale Glacier (Julian Alps, Italy)

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    Piermattei, Livia; Carturan, Luca; Calligaro, Simone; Blasone, Giacomo; Guarnieri, Alberto; Tarolli, Paolo; Dalla Fontana, Giancarlo; Vettore, Antonio

    2014-05-01

    Digital elevation models (DEMs) of glaciated terrain are commonly used to measure changes in geometry and hence infer the mass balance of glaciers. Different tools and methods exist to obtain information about the 3D geometry of terrain. Recent improvements on the quality and performance of digital cameras for close-range photogrammetry, and the development of automatic digital photogrammetric processing makes the 'structure from motion' photogrammetric technique (SfM) competitive for high quality 3D models production, compared to efficient but also expensive and logistically-demanding survey technologies such as airborn and terrestrial laser scanner (TLS). The purpose of this work is to test the SfM approach, using a consumer-grade SLR camera and the low-cost computer vision-based software package Agisoft Photoscan (Agisoft LLC), to monitor the mass balance of Montasio Occidentale glacier, a 0.07km2, low-altitude, debris-covered glacier located in the Eastern Italian Alps. The quality of the 3D models produced by the SfM process has been assessed by comparison with digital terrain models obtained through TLS surveys carried out at the same dates. TLS technique has indeed proved to be very effective in determining the volume change of this glacier in the last years. Our results shows that the photogrammetric approach can produce point cloud densities comparable to those derived from TLS measurements. Furthermore, the horizontal and vertical accuracies are also of the same order of magnitude as for TLS (centimetric to decimetric). The effect of different landscape characteristics (e.g. distance from the camera or terrain gradient) and of different substrata (rock, debris, ice, snow and firn) was also evaluated in terms of SfM reconstruction's accuracy vs. TLS. Given the good results obtained on the Montasio Occidentale glacier, it can be concluded that the terrestrial photogrammetry, with the advantageous features of portability, ease of use and above all low costs, allows to obtain high-resolution DEMs which enable good mass balance estimations on glaciers with similar characteristics.

  9. Intraseasonal response of the northern Indian Ocean coastal waveguide to the Madden-Julian Oscillation

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    Vialard, J.; Shenoi, S.S.C.; McCreary, J.P.; Shankar, D.; Durand, F.; Fernando, V.; Shetye, S.R.

    . These observations can be interpreted within the framework of linear wave theory. At 15 degrees N, the minimum period for planetary waves is approx. 90 day, meaning that intraseasonal energy is largely trapped at the coast in the form of poleward-propagating Kelvin...

  10. The Madden-Julian Oscillation in the NCAR Community Earth System Model Coupled Data Assimilation System

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    Chatterjee, A.; Anderson, J. L.; Moncrieff, M.; Collins, N.; Danabasoglu, G.; Hoar, T.; Karspeck, A. R.; Neale, R. B.; Raeder, K.; Tribbia, J. J.

    2014-12-01

    We present a quantitative evaluation of the simulated MJO in analyses produced with a coupled data assimilation (CDA) framework developed at the National Center for Atmosphere Research. This system is based on the Community Earth System Model (CESM; previously known as the Community Climate System Model -CCSM) interfaced to a community facility for ensemble data assimilation (Data Assimilation Research Testbed - DART). The system (multi-component CDA) assimilates data into each of the respective ocean/atmosphere/land model components during the assimilation step followed by an exchange of information between the model components during the forecast step. Note that this is an advancement over many existing prototypes of coupled data assimilation systems, which typically assimilate observations only in one of the model components (i.e., single-component CDA). The more realistic treatment of air-sea interactions and improvements to the model mean state in the multi-component CDA recover many aspects of MJO representation, from its space-time structure and propagation (see Figure 1) to the governing relationships between precipitation and sea surface temperature on intra-seasonal scales. Standard qualitative and process-based diagnostics identified by the MJO Task Force (currently under the auspices of the Working Group on Numerical Experimentation) have been used to detect the MJO signals across a suite of coupled model experiments involving both multi-component and single-component DA experiments as well as a free run of the coupled CESM model (i.e., CMIP5 style without data assimilation). Short predictability experiments during the boreal winter are used to demonstrate that the decay rates of the MJO convective anomalies are slower in the multi-component CDA system, which allows it to retain the MJO dynamics for a longer period. We anticipate that the knowledge gained through this study will enhance our understanding of the MJO feedback mechanisms across the air-sea interface, especially regarding ocean impacts on the MJO as well as highlight the capability of coupled data assimilation systems for related tropical intraseasonal variability predictions.

  11. Polish students at the Académie Julian until 1919

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    Zgórniak, Marek

    2012-08-01

    Full Text Available The subject of the article is the presence of Polish students in the most important private artistic school in Paris in the second half of the 19thcentury. The extant records regarding the atelier for male students made it possible to compile a list of about 165 Polish painters and sculptors studying there in the period from 1880 to 1919. The text presents the criteria used when preparing the list and the diagrams show the fluctuations in registration and the number of Polish artists in particular ateliers in successive years. The observations contained in the article have a summary nature and are illustrated only with selected examples.

  12. Julian Lennon Is Global Ambassador for the Lupus Foundation of America

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    ... ambassador to promote lupus awareness, and I said absolutely. I've been gung ho now supporting them ... things that I love to do, whether it's music, photography, or the foundation. For me, it's just ...

  13. Characteristics Associated with the Madden-Julian Oscillation at Manus Island

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    Deng, Liping; McFarlane, Sally A.; Flaherty, Julia E.

    2013-05-15

    Ground-based high temporal and vertical resolution datasets from 2002 to 2008 of observations at the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Tropical Western Pacific (TWP) site on Manus Island, Papua New Guinea are used to examine the evolution of clouds and rainfall associated with the MJO life cycle. A composite MJO event is developed based on the NOAA MJO Index 4 using 13 events. The analysis shows that the cloud evolution during the composited MJO life cycle depicts a two-phase structure consisting of a development phase and a mature phase. During the development phase, congestus is the most important cloud type; during the mature phase, deep convection is the dominant cloud type. Consistent with this two-phase structure, the heavy rainfall frequency also shows a two-peak structure during the MJO life cycle. Light rainfall does not show a clear relation to the MJO life cycle, but shows variability on shorter time scales. From the development phase to the mature phase, the MJO structure shifts from the Type I to Type II structure, showing a different phase relationship between convection and dynamic fields (or wave motion) in the development and mature phases. During the shift, mid-level clouds play an important role in moving moisture to the mid-troposphere and preparing the atmosphere for the following deep convection. The discharge-recharge theory explains some of observed features of the MJO evolution at the ARM TWP Manus Island site.

  14. Comparison of two tracer gas dilution methods for the determination of clothing ventilation and of vapour resistance

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    Havenith, G.; Zhang, P.; Hatcher, K.; Daanen, H.A.M.

    2010-01-01

    Clothing microclimate ventilation is an important parameter in climatic stress and in contaminated environments. The two main methods for its determination (Crockford et al. (CR) 1972 and Lotens and Havenith (LH) 1988) were, after further development, compared in terms of reproducibility, validity

  15. 基于UG MoldWizard的老人手机内壳注射模具设计%Design on Inner Shell Injection Mold for the Olds Based on UG MoldWizard

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    赵鹏展

    2016-01-01

    UG是基于Siemens NX开发的针对注塑模具设计的专业模块,模块中配有常用的模架库和标准件,用户可以根据自己的需要方便地进行调整使用,很大程度上提高了模具设计效率.老人手机内壳有多个侧孔或凹槽,结构较复杂,注射模具有三个斜导柱侧向抽芯机构,采用点浇口多点进胶,该模具结构完整且合理.

  16. Odmiany rozumu ludzkiego według Emila Ciorana [Types on human reason according to Emil Cioran

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    Paweł Wójs

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available Scattered remarks on different types of reason can be found in Emil Cioran’s books. In the here presented essay it was shown that all the distinguished varieties of reason are connected to each other and it is possible to talk about emerging of another type from the previous one. These types are: naïve reason, rationalistic reason, negating reason, doubtful reason and expanded reason. Naïve reason is the one that serves life without self-consciousness. Rationalistic reason makes decrees on reality. In his critical remarks Cioran describes rationalistic reason as being dangerous. Two other types of reason are the negating and the doubtful one. Cioran proves that affirmation leads human beings to giving up themselves and that liberation always comes through constant fight for negation. Negating reason is always turned towards something external to itself. Doubtful reason goes much further by actually turning against itself, it is in constant struggle against itself. Cioran describes this process as separating the reason and standing face to face with yourself. Therefore he is aware that only the reason itself can become a judge of reason. The fifth type of reason which can be distinguished in Cioran’s philosophy might be called the extended reason as it is a demand for unfolding the reason. When one realizes that there is nothing permanent in the world and cognition can’t bring any permanent results either, the reason according to Cioran might become active again by turning back towards reality – however without any further dogma of objective truth – and by using “flowing” ideas it can unite with reality.

  17. Access to UG and Language Transfer: A Study of L2 Learners' Interpretation of Reconstruction in Chinese.

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    Ying, H. G.

    1999-01-01

    A study of native English speakers learning Chinese investigated second-language learners' knowledge of reconstruction in Chinese. Results of a sentence-interpretation task indicated that English speakers had access to a universal grammar. They demonstrated knowledge of ambiguity of ziti (self) inside a moved predicate and lack of ambiguity of…

  18. Testing between UG-Based and Problem-Solving Models of L2A: Developmental Sequence Data.

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    Schwartz, Bonnie D.

    1992-01-01

    A novel approach is examined for using developmental sequence data for deciding between Universal Grammar-based and problem solving models of adult nonnative grammatical development. Results support the Universal Grammar-based model of nonnative language acquisition. (19 references) (Author/LB)

  19. Multiscale Asymptotics for the Skeleton of the Madden-Julian Oscillation and Tropical-Extratropical Interactions (Open Access)

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    2015-11-30

    wave scaling leads to meridional geostrophic balance at the leading order, which appears as a constraint in the partial differential equation (PDE...The method of multiscale asymptotics is applied to systematically derive a system of ordinary differential equations (ODEs) for three-wave resonant...the MJO skeleton model [18] and nonlinear inter- actions between the baroclinic and barotropic modes [14]. The equations have been nondimensionalized

  20. Using CYGNSS to Observe Convectively Driven Near-Surface Winds in Tropical Precipitation Systems During Madden-Julian Oscillation Events

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    Lang, Timothy J.; Li, Xuanli; Mecikalski, John; Hoover, Kacie; Castillo, Tyler; Chronis, Themis

    2017-01-01

    The Cyclone Global Navigation OKLMA 1411 UTC Satellite System (CYGNSS) is a multi-satellite constellation that launched 15 December 2016. The primary objective of CYGNSS is to use bistatic Global Positioning System (GPS) reflectometry to accurately measure near-surface wind speeds within the heavily raining inner core of tropical cyclones. CYGNSS also features rapid revisit times over a given region in the tropics - ranging from several minutes to a few hours, depending on the constellation geometry at that time. Despite the focus on tropical cyclones, the ability of CYGNSS to provide rapid updates of winds, unbiased by the presence of precipitation, has many other potential applications related to general tropical convection.

  1. Relationships between the Antarctic oscillation, the Madden-Julian oscillation, and ENSO, and consequences for rainfall analysis

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    Pohl, B

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available in austral summer and containing a relatively dense network of rain gauge measurements. At the interannual time scale, the significance of the teleconnections between southern African rainfall and the AAO reveals itself to be a statistical artifact...

  2. A Study of Chinese Pidgin English from the Perspective of UG%普遍语法框架下的中国皮钦英语研究

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    马伟林

    2007-01-01

    中国皮钦英语客观存在,是一种不成熟的语言变体,它受制于普遍语法.从普遍语法的角度研究中国皮钦英语有助于我们更清楚地认识语言的性质和影响语言变化的各种因素.

  3. First Report of the Ug99 race group of Wheat Stem Rust, Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici, in Egypt in 2014

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    Patpour, Mehran; Hovmøller, Mogens; Shahin, Atef;

    2016-01-01

    /6*LMPG was scored 20MS-S at Al-Sharqia. Three samples from each of these lines were sent to the Global Rust Reference Center (GRRC, Denmark). At Nubaria, stem rust was observed on wheat cvs. Misr-1, Misr-2, Giza 168, and Giza 171, and infected samples were collected and sent under permit to the Foreign...... as international stem rust trap nursery at i) Sakha Agricultural Research Station in Kafrelsheikh (31.094059° N, 30.933899° E), ii) Al-Sharqia (30.601400° N, 31.510383° E), and iii) Nubaria (30.91464° N, 29.95543° E). At Sakha, wheat cv. PBW343 (carrying Sr31) was scored 30MS-S, and the monogenic line Benno Sr31...

  4. First Report of the Ug99 race group of Wheat Stem Rust, Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici, in Egypt in 2014

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    Patpour, Mehran; Hovmøller, Mogens; Shahin, Atef;

    2016-01-01

    , Kenya, Ethiopia, Sudan, Tanzania, Eritrea, Rwanda, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Yemen, and Iran (Patpour et al. 2015). In the 2014 crop season, the presence of virulence to Sr31 in Egypt was suspected based on preliminary field observations of high infection on sources of Sr31 planted...

  5. NURBS curve interpolation technology application research based on the UG%基于UG的NURBS曲线插补技术的应用研究

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    戴冠林

    2012-01-01

    高速切削加工作为模具制造中重要的一项先进制造技术,NURBS曲线插补技术逐步得到应用.在UG中通过对连结分段、角度公差、拟合公差等参数的设置以及对UGCAM后处理器的修改,生成了NURBS曲线插补指令,从而驱动CNC机床实现了NURBS曲线插补的高速加工.

  6. Concentration and 14C Content of Total Organic Carbon and Black Carbon in Small (<100 ug C) Samples from Low-Latitude Alpine Ice Cores

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    Kehrwald, N. M.; Czimczik, C. I.; Santos, G. M.; Thompson, L. G.; Ziolkowski, L.

    2008-12-01

    Many low latitude glaciers are receding with consequences for the regional energy budget and hydrology. Ice loss has been linked to climate change and the deposition of organic aerosols such as black carbon (BC) which is formed during incomplete combustion. Little is known about how the contents of BC and total organic carbon (TOC) in aerosols change over time and how anthropogenic activities (e.g. land-use change) impact this variability. Low-latitude ice cores are located closer to population centers than polar ice caps and can provide a regional synthesis of TOC and BC variability. Radiocarbon (14C) may be used to partition BC aerosols into fossil (>50 kyrs) and modern sources (e.g. fossil-fuels vs. wildfires). We quantified TOC, BC, and their 14C content in three low-latitude ice cores: Naimona'nyi (30°27'N, 81°91'E) and Dasuopu (28°23'N, 85°43'E), Tibet, and Quelccaya (13°56'S; 70°50'W), Peru. Aerosols (52-256 g ice on filters) were separated into TOC and BC using thermal oxidation (CTO- 375). 14C was measured by AMS. TOC contents were 0.11-0.87, 0.05-0.43, and 0.06-0.19 μg C (g ice) -1 for Naimona'nyi, Dasuopu, and Quelccaya, respectively. BC contents were 18±8, 27±4, and 29±12 %TOC. Procedural blanks were 0.8 ± 0.4 μg C (TOC) and 1.2 ± 0.6 μg C (BC). In ice cores well dated through annual layer counting and/or independent ages (e.g. volcanic horizons) such as Quelccaya, the ability to separate BC from TOC, as well as partition BC into fossil and modern contributions has potential for reconstructing pre- and post-industrial changes in aerosol composition and their impact on the energy budget.

  7. Customization and Application of Machining Data Library Based on UG NX%NX加工数据库的定制及应用

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    2015-01-01

    This paper introduces the customization and application of machining data library of NX. Machining data library by customized can reflect enterprises' conditions of NC machining,and enterprises' standards. It will provide NC programmer more convenient ways for controlling parameters of NC manufacturing. And it will provide more efficient and exact conditions for technician.%主要介绍了NX加工数据库中数控加工工艺参数的客户化定制方法和应用,经过定制的加工数据库更能反映企业实际数控加工工艺条件、标准和环境,为数控加工编程技术人员提供更为便利的操作,为企业的数控编程应用更上一个台阶提供高效、准确的条件.

  8. Source detection and high-resolution localization using microphone arrays for UGS: results of the NATO TG25 experiment measurements (Bourges, October 2002)

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    Hengy, Sebastien; Naz, Pierre; Gounon, Patrick

    2003-09-01

    This paper presents different ways to process acoustic data in order to localize targets.Beamforming and the MUSIC high resolution method have been tested for different propagation conditions during a NATO experimental campaign. This campaign,organized by DG /DCE/ETBS,has involved 6 countries in October 2002 in Bourges, France). Different localization methods were used to get the position of moving sources on a 4 kilometres circuit.The I.S.L. (French-German research institute of Saint Louis)has deployed a network of arrays nearby the circuit to test those localization techniques in different propagation conditions (day/night,early morning,...).Variance and mean error of the localization are compared for the different techniques used.

  9. The Kelvin Wave and the Madden-Julian Oscillation in Aqua-Plant Simulations by the Naval Research Laboratory Spectral Element Atmospheric Model (NSEAM)

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    2007-12-05

    3 305 455 605 605 755 75S 90S 0 .30E 60E 90E 120E 150E 180 150W 120W 90W 60W .30W LONGITUDE (Deg) NSEAM Mox :3000. Min:27 30. Ave:2821...E6rP8L30e --------------0 1 0 20 30 40 50 60 70 70 80 TIME (Doy) 80 90 70 80 TIME (Doy) 90 100 110 120 Mox :229, Min:O, Ave:33 ----------110 120...130 140 150 90 100 110 120 Mox :252, Min:O, Ave:44 ----------100 110 120 130 140 150 Figure 3 (cont.) ~ 0’ Ql 0 ....... w 0 :::> 1- (3 z 0

  10. Do Native American Culture, Life Experiences, Physics and the Bible Provide Supportive Evidence For Julian Barbour's Thesis About Anachronisms Relating to The End of Time?

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    Mears, Paul C.; Mc Leod, Roger D.

    2002-10-01

    Historic, and current Native American attitude considers that time can be considered in a cyclic sense that contrasts against a majority view of physicists that time varies in a linear algebraic sense. Precognition experiences offer evidence that time has a more subtle substance. The Bible clearly delineates "prophetic awareness of the future." Embedded "Bible codes" are touted as mathematical evidence for the existence of God. His existence is better served if "past-tense" information of events can propagate backward relative to our "present-tense" time. Barbour, p39: [some] " physicists entertain the idea time truly does not exist applies to motion .suggestion; it too is pure illusion." The concept of prophecy has been interpreted as evidence or "proof" of the existence of "Manitou" or God. Our interpretation is that, according to Native American legends, or the Bible, for as yet unspecified reasons, time behaves as though it can convey information in a backward, or forward, sense. It is like an f (t ± ti).

  11. Book Review: The end of time: the next revolution in our understanding of the universe. Julian Barbour, Weidenfeld and Nicholson, London, 384 pp., 16.95, ISBN 0195145925

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    Ellis, G. F. R.

    In the early part of this century, physicists, led notably by Albert Einstein and the pioneers of quantum theory-in particular Neils Bohr, Werner Heisenberg, and Paul Dirac-discovered that the underlying nature of physical reality is stranger than anyone had ever imagined. A series of brilliant insights led to the realisation, on the one hand, of the relative nature of space and time measurements, and hence of our basic concepts of space and time (ultimately leading to the discovery of nuclear energy), and on the other hand, of the quantum nature of matter, with its associated quantum statistics and uncertainty of prediction (leading to transistors and lasers). Combining these views ultimately led to a realisation of the necessity of the existence of anti-matter, and of the dynamic nature of the vacuum. Further developments led to an understanding of the existence of symmetries characterising the various families of elementary particles, and of the unified nature of the fundamental interactions when described as gauge theories with forces mediated by exchange of gauge bosons. These properties have all been confirmed by carefully controlled experiments.

  12. The self-organizing map, a new approach to apprehend the Madden–Julian Oscillation influence on the intraseasonal variability of rainfall in the southern African region

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    Oettli, P

    2013-11-01

    Full Text Available -linear classification method, the self-organizing map (SOM), a type of artificial neural network used to produce a low-dimensional representation of high-dimensional datasets, to capture more accurately the life cycle of the MJO and its global impacts...

  13. Zur Beteiligung des Bundestages an gemischten völkerrechtlichen Abkommen. Internationale Freihandelsabkommen als Herausforderung des deutschen Europa- und Außenverfassungsrechts / Bernd Grzeszick, Juliane Hettche

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    Grzeszick, Bernd

    2016-01-01

    Jagatud pädevusest ELi kaubanduspoliitikas ja liikmesriigi parlamentide osalusest rahvusvaheliste vabakaubanduslepingute sõlmimisel Saksamaa näitel (põhiseaduse artiklite 23 lg 2 ja 59 lg 2 tõlgendamine ning konstitutsioonikohtu hinnang). Kokkuvõte inglise keeles. Samal teemal artikkel ka lk. 268-282.

  14. Zur Beteiligung des Bundestages an gemischten völkerrechtlichen Abkommen. Internationale Freihandelsabkommen als Herausforderung des deutschen Europa- und Außenverfassungsrechts / Bernd Grzeszick, Juliane Hettche

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    Grzeszick, Bernd

    2016-01-01

    Jagatud pädevusest ELi kaubanduspoliitikas ja liikmesriigi parlamentide osalusest rahvusvaheliste vabakaubanduslepingute sõlmimisel Saksamaa näitel (põhiseaduse artiklite 23 lg 2 ja 59 lg 2 tõlgendamine ning konstitutsioonikohtu hinnang). Kokkuvõte inglise keeles. Samal teemal artikkel ka lk. 268-282.

  15. Surface Wind and Upper-Ocean Variability Associated with the Madden-Julian Oscillation Simulated by the Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Mesoscale Prediction System

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    2013-07-01

    Coauthors, 2003: COAMPS version 3 model de- scription. NRL Publ. NRL/PU/7500-03-448, May 2003, 143 pp. ——, T. J. Campbell, H. Jin, S. Gaber sek , R. M. Hodur...and P. Martin, 2010: Effect of two-way air–sea coupling in high and low wind speed regimes. Mon. Wea. Rev., 138, 3579– 3602. ——, ——, S. Gaber sek , H

  16. An Investigation into the Nature of Non-Voiding Contractions Resulting from Detrusor Hyperreflexia in Neurogenic Bladders Following Spinal Cord Injury

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    2014-10-01

    Isoproterenol (SA1c; ~150%, Pɘ.01). Ve hic le Dr ug 1 Dr ug 2 Dr ug 3 TB C (% V eh ic le ) Ve hic le Dr ug 1 Dr ug 2 Dr ug 3 FB C (% V eh...the Society for Urodynamics, Female Pelvic Medicine and Urogenital Reconstruction (SUFU; Abstract Appended), and are being prepared for manuscript

  17. UG programming and CNC CNC machine tools skillfully combined application in mold flow process%UG编程和CNC数控机床巧妙结合在模具流道加工中的应用

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    钱杨林; 钱春华

    2013-01-01

    在模具制造过程中,模具流道也是一个重要环节,其质量好坏对产品成形质量有极其重要影响.本文从UG和CNC数控机床相结合方式,详尽地论述了模具流道的加工.从而保证了模具流道的加工质量,提高了加工效率.同时模具成形产品质量也会更佳.

  18. Determinación de parámetros básicos de aptitud física de la población ecuatoriana. Proyecto MINDE-UG

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    This research project determines the basic indicators used in the sciences of Physical Activity and Sports in order to assess the population characteristics in functional capabilities and the possibilities of athletic performance. A representative sample of 6902 individuals was used to study the Vertical Jump Power, 3066 individuals to study the Horizontal Jump Power; 10,211 individuals to study the Local Muscular Power (Abs); 10,213 individuals for Rapid Strength and Agility; 10,285 for Peak...

  19. Substitution of polar crown coupling cotter key by the brackets of the generator rotor of Ilha Solteira hydroelectric power plant; Substituicao das chavetas de acoplamento da coroa polar com os bracos do rotor da UG: 07 da UHE Ilha Solteira

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    The obsolescence of generation equipment leads to the need of maintenance solutions which are creative and sometimes unexpected. This work describes the procedure which enabled to fix a 480 tons rotor with satisfactory results in a compatible time schedule 7 photos, 2 refs.

  20. Regional Income Inequalities In Poland And Italy / Rozkład Nierówności Według Regionów w Polsce i We Włoszech

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    Jędrzejczak Alina

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available Redukcja różnic między regionami Europy była głównym celem polityki “zrównoważonego rozwoju”, której założenia znalazły się już w tzw. Traktatach Rzymskich (1957. Postępujący proces integracji europejskiej tworzył wciąż nowe instrumenty i inicjatywy (tzw. mechanizmy solidarności, wyrażające dążenie do niwelowania ekonomicznej i społecznej nierównowagi między regionami. Okazało się jednak, że różnice między regionami biednymi i bogatymi w wielu krajach wcale się nie zmniejszają, a spowolnienie gospodarcze spowodowało odwrócenie pozytywnych tendencji nawet w krajach relatywnie najbardziej rozwiniętych.

  1. Segmentation of young consumers in terms of their market activity Segmentacja młodych konsumentów według ich aktywności rynkowej

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    Grażyna Adamczyk

    2008-09-01

    Full Text Available Children and teenagers constitute a separate market group, which is heterogeneous in terms of their behaviour, market attitudes and activity. This is the basis for distinguishing four market segments, different in terms of the demographic, economic and psychographic characteristics of young participants in the market.

  2. 普遍语法与语言习得--从认知的角度看Chomsky的内在主义语言观%UG and Language Acquisition--On Internalism in Chomsky's Linguistic Thoughts:a Cognitive Perspective

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    王瑞昀

    2004-01-01

    建立在对大脑内部语言机制认知基础上的Chomsky内在主义语言观, 完全不同于行为主义的外在主义语言观, 它解释了普遍语法与语言习得的关系, 表明大脑内部语言机制在习得语言中所起到的关键作用.Chomsky的原则--参数理论解释了儿童语言习得的现象,并以此证明:儿童掌握的语言不完全是从他们听到的语言中学来的,而是由来自儿童大脑内部的生物属性决定的.

  3. Z historii rachunkowości Księgowość podwójna według Pacioliego i jego włoskich naśladowców z XVI i XVII wieku

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    SŁAWOMIR SOJAK , MONIKA KOWALSKA

    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available Celem artykułu jest prezentacja pierwszego podręcznika o rachunkowości podwójnej oraz jego wpływu na rozwój i popularyzację księgowości we Włoszech. Autor tego dzieła, Luca Pacioli był wybitnym przedstawicielem epoki renesansu, a za sprawą Tractatus XI de Computis et Scripturis zyskał miano „ojca rachunkowości”. Jego dzieło stanowiło kompendium wiedzy kupieckiej niezbędnej do prowadzenia ksiąg rachunkowych. Zostało napisane na podstawie wieloletnich obserwacji praktyk stosowanych przez weneckich kupców, którzy ze względu na intensywną wymianę handlową szukali sposobu kontrolowania efektywności swojej działalności. Walory merytoryczne podręcznika sprawiły, że opisane w nim zasady rachunkowości szybko stały się powszechnie stosowanym standardem i były powielane w książkach innych autorów. Pierwszymi naśladowcami Pacioliego byli Włosi: Domenico Manzoni, Don Angelo Pietra i Matteo Mainardi, którzy w dużym stopniu powielali treść jego podręcznika, ale próbowali również wnosić do rachunkowości własne usprawnienia. Dzięki temu wiedza o księgowości podwójnej docierała do kolejnych krajów i stawała się najbardziej uniwersalną i popularną metodą rachunkowości, której prostota i doskonałość pozwoliła jej przetrwać aż do XXI wieku.

  4.  Z historii rachunkowości Księgowość podwójna według Pacioliego i jego włoskich naśladowców z XVI i XVII wieku

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    SŁAWOMIR SOJAK

    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available  Celem artykułu jest prezentacja pierwszego podręcznika o rachunkowości podwójnej oraz jego wpływu na rozwój i popularyzację księgowości we Włoszech. Autor tego dzieła, Luca Pacioli był wybitnym przedstawicielem epoki renesansu, a za sprawą Tractatus XI de Computis et Scripturis zyskał miano „ojca rachunkowości”. Jego dzieło stanowiło kompendium wiedzy kupieckiej niezbędnej do prowadzenia ksiąg rachunkowych. Zostało napisane na podstawie wieloletnich obserwacji praktyk stosowanych przez weneckich kupców, którzy ze względu na intensywną wymianę handlową szukali sposobu kontrolowania efektywności swojej działalności. Walory merytoryczne podręcznika sprawiły, że opisane w nim zasady rachunkowości szybko stały się powszechnie stosowanym standardem i były powielane w książkach innych autorów. Pierwszymi naśladowcami Pacioliego byli Włosi: Domenico Manzoni, Don Angelo Pietra i Matteo Mainardi, którzy w dużym stopniu powielali treść jego podręcznika, ale próbowali również wnosić do rachunkowości własne usprawnienia. Dzięki temu wiedza o księgowości podwójnej docierała do kolejnych krajów i stawała się najbardziej uniwersalną i popularną metodą rachunkowości, której prostota i doskonałość pozwoliła jej przetrwać aż do XXI wieku.

  5. UG-based Tuimming Curve Functions in Two-dimensional Analysis of the Composition of the Application%基于UG修剪曲线功能在二维构图中的应用分析

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    刘安民

    2011-01-01

    Modeling curves are generally in the Xc-Yc plane generated, curve after the initial drawing, in many cases the need for pruning ,and trimming curve function of the understanding and control constraints, have become the key to the success of pruning, trimming curve through the application of functional analysis of the constraints to achieve the function of the trim curve to master, but also for other applions to provide a method of leaming%建模中的曲线一般都是在Xc—Yc平面上生成,曲线初步绘制完成后,很多情况需要进行修剪,通过对修剪曲线功能的约束条件的应用分析,达到对修剪曲线功能的熟练掌握,同时也为其他应用功能的学习提供一种方法。

  6. UG在新型手机外壳实体造型中的应用%The application of UG software in the modeling of new - type cellular phone case

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    潘春荣; 罗庆生

    2004-01-01

    应用UG软件三维实体造型功能,将虚拟现实技术、三维造型技术、参数设计技术等新概念、新方法引入到新型手机的开发设计中,可使新型手机外壳的实体造型设计实现周期短、质量高的设计要求,从而为新型机电产品的开发探索了新的方法和途径.

  7. Co to jest zawartość pojęcia? Sądy analityczne i syntetyczne według Clarence’a Irvinga Lewisa (What is containment of concepts? Analytic and synthetic judgments according to Clarence Irving Lewis

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    Robert Rogoziecki

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available The paper is clarification of the category of content of concepts. This category is the key one for Kant and Lewis, as well as for Quinean refutation of distinction between the synthetic and the analytic. The question is: to what extent does Quine’s critique apply to Lewisean understanding of the synthetic and the analytic? The answer is a negative one. In fact, Quine’s critique in his famous Two Dogmas of Empiricism is based on resignation from the category of conceptual content. Just the opposite to Kant and Lewis, who both grounded the opposition of synthetic and analytic judgments in just this category. It brings about the necessity of some explanation of “content of concepts”. According to Kant this content is the presentations of senses, which at the same time are the arguments of concepts. In Critique of Pure Reason concepts are understood as intellectual functions, the value of which is the synthetic unity of apperception. This explanation is far from suffi cient clarity. Thus one needs to describe it in appropriate logical terms. And this was done in Analysis of Knowledge and Valuations by C.I. Lewis. Lewis achieved it by means of his intensional modes of meaning, that is: (1 comprehension, (2 signification and (3 intension. In our cognition these three intensional modes of meaning are primary to the forth mode, namely – extension. The three intensional modes of meaning determine what Lewis called the sense meaning. Sense meaning is at its bottom a kind of imaginary schema, enabling applications of linguistic terms to the world of possible experience.

  8. Podstawowy fenomen śmierci według Eugena Finka. Między 'polis' a 'kosmos' (BASIC PHENOMENON OF DEATH ACCORDING TO EUGEN FINK. BETWEEN POLIS AND KOSMOS

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    Andrea Gilardoni

    2007-06-01

    Full Text Available In the first part of the paper the author presents Eugen Fink's analysis of the phenomenon of death, using meditation (considered as a kind of meta-phenomenology and the reduction method. He investigates the problem of an appropriate phenomenological method (concerning the possibility of making an intersubjective reduction and the problem of the phenomenon in question - it is initially very puzzling how a description of death could ever be possible, as it constitutes a limit situation and doesn't belong to the realm of life. Trying to preserve the intersubjectivity of experience Fink distinguishes two perspectives: my own death and somebody else's death, and makes the corresponding distinction between existence and coexistence. In the second part of the paper death is being considered as entangled in other phenomena of being: work (men's attitude to things and reign (which is an interpersonal relation. Finally, these two phenomena are described in different models of associations with phenomena of power, politics and death.

  9. Top-down Structural Design Method of Large-caliber Naval Gun Based on UG/WAVE%基于UG/WAVE的大口径舰炮结构自顶向下设计方法

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    姚忠; 夏方超

    2016-01-01

    A top-down design method was applied to design the structure of large-caliber naval gun in accordance with the structural feature of large-caliber naval gun. Based on the analysis of structure differences,large-caliber naval guns were classified according to ammunition loading paths and laun-ching-feeding. Taken the complex loading large-caliber naval gun for example,the skeleton and para-metric solid models were established according to the top-down design method. The method can effec-tively achieve quantitative,parametric design of large-caliber naval gun,and also has a measure of reference value in improving the efficiency of artillery engineering design.%针对大口径舰炮结构特点,将自顶向下设计方法应用于大口径舰炮的结构设计中。按大口径舰炮弹药装填路径和扬供弹方式的不同,对大口径舰炮进行了类别划分。以复合装填大口径舰炮为设计实例,进行大口径舰炮结构自顶向下设计研究。建立了某复合装填大口径舰炮的顶层骨架模型和参数化实体模型。该设计方法能够有效实现大口径舰炮定量化、参数化设计,对提高火炮工程设计效率有一定的参考价值。

  10. Research on Fast Modeling Technology of Automobile Lamp Snuff Based on UG%基于UG汽车车灯灯花快速建模技术研究

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    程美

    2015-01-01

    基于UG软件开发汽车车灯,在汽车产品研发中得到了广泛应用,但是,对于灯花手工方式建模的工作量非常大.本文在分析UG二次开发技术功能的基础上,提出了车灯灯花的快速建模程序,从需求分析出发,研究了建模原理与流程,实践证明,该程序提高了配光纹的建模效率,缩短了车灯产品的开发周期,产生了可观的经济效益.

  11. 摩托车管式车架复杂空间模型从UG到ANSYS的自动转换%The Automatic Change from UG to ANSYS of the Complex Space Model of Motorcycle Tube Frame

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    林木峰; 熊焕庭

    2005-01-01

    以摩托车管式车架为例,用UG的二次开发工具GRIP和ANSYS的APDL模块编写接口程序,实现UG的CAD三维车架图形到ANSYS三维刚架有限元模型的自动转换.该工作对复杂空间管架类结构的有限元自动建模有普遍应用价值.

  12. Applicationon of UG Software on 3D Modeling of a Multifunction Packaging Machine%UG软件在某多功能包装机三维造型设计中的应用

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    林益平; 郝喜海; 余江鸿; 刘海兵

    2003-01-01

    剖析了UG软件的三维造型方法,并将其应用于某多功能包装机的三维造型设计,完成了该包装机的零部件和整机的实体造型,实现了包装机械新产品开发的创新.

  13. Idea państwa według minarchistów i anarchokapitalistów [Idea of the State from the Perspective of Minarchists and Anarcho-capitalists

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    Hubert Staskiewicz

    2013-03-01

    Full Text Available This scientific article treats of libertarianism. Its fundamental premises are: conception of self-ownership, non-aggression axiom, proprietorship, free market, ‘no victim,no crime’ rule, aversion to the state institutions. The existence of libertarianism itselfis the most prominent subject of dispute between its two currents: minarchism andanarcho-capitalism. The adherents of the doctrine of minimal statism were FriedrichA. von Hayek and Milton Friedman, while Murray N. Rothbard and Hans-HermannHoppe were the followers of the free-market anarchy. The traditional, one-dimensional division into the left and right wing is not sufficient for the libertarianism tofind its place on the political scene. It is multidimensionality that characterises thelibertarian thought.

  14. APROXIMACIÓN A LAS CONCEPCIONES ACERCA DE CÉLULA DE ESTUDIANTES DE SEXTO GRADO DEL INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE EDUCACIÓN MEDIA INEM JULIAN MOTTA SALAS DE NEIVA

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    John Wilmar Arce Zuñiga

    2014-05-01

    Full Text Available A continuación presentamos resultados preliminares del  desarrollo de práctica pedagógica I al interior del Programa de Licenciatura en Ciencias Naturales y Educación Ambiental de la Universidad Surcolombiana (Neiva-Colombia llevada a cabo en el Instituto Nacional de Educación Media INEM Julián Motta Salas. El grupo de trabajo está conformado por estudiantes de sexto grado cuyas edades oscilan entre 10 y 13 años. Para el caso de esta ponencia nos referimos particularmente a la aproximación a las concepciones acerca del concepto célula que tienen los estudiantes. La metodología está enmarcada en una perspectiva cualitativa, empleando el análisis de contenido y haciendo uso del cuestionario. Los resultados muestran 3 grandes  tendencias en la que se haya el componente cuerpo humano, plantas y animales y un grupo que hace referencia a conceptos muy diversos al cual hemos llamado asociaciones variadas.  En donde la tendencia relacionada con el cuerpo humano es la mayoritaria implicando que los estudiantes conciben la célula como una característica exclusiva de los seres humanos. Finalmente, mostramos algunas implicaciones en la enseñanza-aprendizaje de las Ciencias Naturales y proyectamos algunas posibles estrategias para favorecer al aprendizaje del concepto.

  15. Evaluation of Internal Structure, Volume and Mass of Glacial Bodies by Integrated LiDAR and Ground Penetrating Radar Surveys: The Case Study of Canin Eastern Glacieret (Julian Alps, Italy)

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    Colucci, R. R.; Forte, E.; Boccali, C.; Dossi, M.; Lanza, L.; Pipan, M.; Guglielmin, M.

    2015-03-01

    We propose an integrated methodology to image the internal structure, evaluate the volume and estimate the densities of different units within ice bodies, useful for more precise mass estimation of very small glaciers. The procedure encompasses light detection and ranging (LiDAR) and ground penetrating radar (GPR) common offset data. The case study is the Canin Eastern Glacieret (CEG), a very small and maritime glacier in the Eastern Alps, and one of the lowermost glaciers of the European Alps. We calculate both volumetric and mass variations of the analysed ice body by integrating GPR measurements with LiDAR surveys acquired in different years (2006 and 2011). Between 2006 and 2011, the area of the glacieret increased from 8,510 to 17,530 m2 with a gain of 9,016 m2. The observed volume increase has been estimated in 96,350 m3 (+97 %), which corresponds to a positive mass balance of 3.89 m w.e.. This quite unusual finding in the present global warming behaviour is mainly due to the above-average winter accumulation (cw) in the considered period. Moreover, the winter season 2008-2009 represented an exceptional event with a cw equal to 13.38 m, the highest of the available record. Thanks to density estimation, we infer the total mass of the CEG at the time of the geophysical surveys, comparing such results with the ones obtained with available empirical equations, observing an important mass gain in the 5 years considered.

  16. Competitive exclusion and coexistence of universal grammars.

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    Mitchener, W Garrett; Nowak, Martin A

    2003-01-01

    Universal grammar (UG) is a list of innate constraints that specify the set of grammars that can be learned by the child during primary language acquisition. UG of the human brain has been shaped by evolution. Evolution requires variation. Hence, we have to postulate and study variation of UG. We investigate evolutionary dynamics and language acquisition in the context of multiple UGs. We provide examples for competitive exclusion and stable coexistence of different UGs. More specific UGs admit fewer candidate grammars, and less specific UGs admit more candidate grammars. We will analyze conditions for more specific UGs to outcompete less specific UGs and vice versa. An interesting finding is that less specific UGs can resist invasion by more specific UGs if learning is more accurate. In other words, accurate learning stabilizes UGs that admit large numbers of candidate grammars.

  17. 75 FR 11917 - Chrysler LLC, Technology Center, Including On-Site Leased Workers from Aerotek, Ajilon, Altair...

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    2010-03-12

    ..., Tac Transportation, TEC, Technical Training, UGS PLM Solutions, Unique Systems Design, Valley Forge... Transportation, TEC, Technical Training, UGS PLM Solutions, Unique Systems Design, Valley Forge,...

  18. TMFunction data: 906 [TMFunction[Archive

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    Full Text Available nesis 5 Chloramphenicol resistance (ug/ml) Chloramphenicol resistance (ug/ml) ... Q1RE83_ECOUT Helix ... transporter; multidrug recognition; cysteine; proton electrochemical gradient

  19. TMFunction data: 908 [TMFunction[Archive

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available nesis 5 Chloramphenicol resistance (ug/ml) Chloramphenicol resistance (ug/ml) ... Q1RE83_ECOUT Helix ... transporter; multidrug recognition; cysteine; proton electrochemical gradient

  20. TMFunction data: 907 [TMFunction[Archive

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available nesis 5 Chloramphenicol resistance (ug/ml) Chloramphenicol resistance (ug/ml) ... Q1RE83_ECOUT Helix ... transporter; multidrug recognition; cysteine; proton electrochemical gradient

  1. BE Newsletter Issue #8 September 2013

    CERN Document Server

    Billen, Ronny

    2013-01-01

    Inside this issue: Editorial – Ronny Billen Cryogenic Beam Loss Monitors (CryoBLM) for the LHC –Marcin Bartosik, Bernd Dehning, Barbara Holzer, Christoph Kurfuerst and Mariusz Sapinski, BE-BI-BL LHC Magnet Splice Quality Control – Jean-Charles Dumont, BE-OP-PS, Guy Crockford, BE-OP-LHC Virtual PC: The standard BE/CO tool for developers of controls applications – Luigi Gallerani, BE-CO-IN Reshaping of Injector alignment – Patrick Bestmann, Tobias Dobers, D. Missiaen, BE-ABP-SU Linac4: Premiers faisceaux à 3 MeV – J.-B. Lallement, BE-ABP-HSL Latest safety alerts – SafetyUnit Life in BE – Tom Levens, BE-RF-FB

  2. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-0966 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available /ug=Str.27172 /len=2328 9e-68 73% MVFYFTQFQGEVNPIIVFYFTQFQGEVNPIIVFNFTQFQGEVNSIMVFYFTQFQGEVNPIIVFYFTQFQGEVNPIIVF...NFTQFQGEVNSIMVFYFTQFQGEVNPIIVFYFTQFQGEVNHMIVFYFTQFQGEVNHIIVFYFTQFQGEVNHIIVFYFTQFQGEVNAIMVFYFTHFQGEVNHIIVFYFTQFQGEVNPIIAFSFTHFQGEVNPIIVFYITEFQGEFNAIIVFYFTQFQVKLKHIIVFQE ...

  3. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-01-0393 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available ug=Mdm.4818 /len=2565 0.001 44% MLSHSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLYLYLSLSLSLSLSLFLGLSLFLSVSLPLSPSVSLSLSVSLCVSLSLSLSLSISLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLS...LSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLCLSLCLSLSLSLSLSVSLSLLLFLSLFVSLSLSPSLSVSLSLSLCLSVSLFSLYLFLSHTQTHTYIHTHFIIWDRNTTLHQKIIGITGKLGLGVQNETCQRLIKFCQDNSLVIANIIFQ ...

  4. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-03-0311 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available ug=Mdm.4818 /len=2565 0.003 39% MSRVANTNPRTARGKFEARRRKRFGDEGEQVTFPTSLKIPLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSVSLSLSLS...VSLCLSVSVSVSVSLSLCLSLSVSLSLSLSLSLSLSLCLSVSLSLSLSLSVSLSLCLSVSLSLCLSLSLSLSLSLSLPLPLSLSLSLTLCLSVSLSLSLCLSLSVSLSPSLSPSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLFNGF ...

  5. Gene : CBRC-TGUT-16-0011 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available TPFISCAFPVHPMHSCAFPMHPVHPLCTPCIPCASPVFPVHPMHFLCILCISCAPHAFPMHPVHPLCTPCIPCASLHPCACRAFPVPAECQQGASRLGAPGGRRARGE...4822665 /ug=Tgu.5346 /len=743 6e-05 30% MHLLHSLCLSCIPCASHAFPVHPMNFLCTPCIPCASCASPVHPMHSCASPVHPMHSCAFPVHPVHFLC

  6. Characterization of the Interaction of the Terminal Complement Complexes with a Model Membrane System: Comparison of the Channel Properties of C5-8 and C5-9 Lesions

    Science.gov (United States)

    1987-05-27

    components which leads to the death or disruption of a variety of targets, such as bacteria, viruses, virus-infected cells, fungi, parasites and some tumor ...I ’· , en en >- ...J *’ ---~~M« mama .-.---------OOJUiDIMIUIIMAIIBIDMi\\UiW~. . . ·~ . 87 1.0ug C8 .s ug ca .25 ug ca .1 ug ca .01 ug C8 50

  7. Kõikide mugavustega õnn massidele / Karin Paulus

    Index Scriptorium Estoniae

    Paulus, Karin, 1975-

    2004-01-01

    Kunstiteaduse Instituudi rahvusvaheline konverents "Võistlevad õnned. Elukeskkond külma sõja perioodil". Esines Adrian Forty, Hilde Heynen Hollandist, Julian Holder Shotimaalt, Kirsi Saarikangas Soomest

  8. A Pulsed Power System Design Using Lithium-ion Batteries and One Charger per Battery

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    2009-12-01

    SYSTEM DESIGN USING LITHIUM-ION BATTERIES AND ONE CHARGER PER BATTERY by Frank E. Filler December 2009 Thesis Advisor: Alexander L. Julian...Author: Frank E. Filler Approved by: Alexander L. Julian Thesis Advisor Roberto Crisiti Second Reader Jeffrey B. Knorr Chairman...Battery Management System BNC Bayonet Neill -Concelman CC Constant Current CCCV Constant Current Constant Voltage CV Constant Voltage D

  9. NSSEFF Designing New Higher Temperature Superconductors

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    2017-04-13

    Zellman, Thomas Ciavatti, Jed Kistner-Morris, Julian Hassinger, Akshat Puri, and Tom Orvis) , supervised by postdocs Jack Simonson and Hua He. We are...undergraduate students Shelby Zellman, Ashley Zenbo, Plamen Kamenov, Thomas Ciavatti, Jed Kistner-Morris, Julian Hassinger, Akshat Puri, and Tom

  10. Investigations of Possible Low-Level Temperature and Moisture Anomalies During the AMIE Field Campaign on Manus Island

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    Long, CN; Holdridge, DJ

    2012-11-19

    This document discusses results stemming from the investigation of near-surface temperature and moisture “oddities” that were brought to light as part of the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) Investigation Experiment (AMIE), Dynamics of the Madden-Julian Oscillation (DYNAMO), and Cooperative Indian Ocean experiment on intraseasonal variability in the Year 2011 (CINDY2011) campaigns.

  11. RSW Fully Tet Medium Cell-Centered Mesh

    Data.gov (United States)

    National Aeronautics and Space Administration — This is the RSW Fully tetrahedral medium cell-centered unstructured grid with a viscous wall. UG3 : Grid File Name = rsw_med_tetcc.b8.ugrid UG3 : Quad Surface Faces=...

  12. 40 CFR 795.120 - Gammarid acute toxicity test.

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    2010-07-01

    ... has been added. (ix) Observations on compound solubility shall be recorded. The investigator should..., iron, lead, nickel, zinc 1 ug/L Residual chlorine 3 ug/L Cadmium, mercury, silver 100 ng/L...

  13. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-2478 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available nl|UG|Str#S21733855 Xenopus tropicalis finished cDNA, clone TGas117a18 /gb=CR761648 /gi=77620801 /ug=Str.530...RSPMYFFLSNLSVTDILLCTNVVPNLLNALLTKGNPMSVSACVTQFFANGFFTGVECLLLTVKTYDRYLAICKPLHYVTIMTNKHCMYFVIWSWLEIAVISLPSTIIISH

  14. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-2505 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available nl|UG|Str#S21733855 Xenopus tropicalis finished cDNA, clone TGas117a18 /gb=CR761648 /gi=77620801 /ug=Str.530...RSPMYFFLSNLSATDILLSTSVGPNLLCTLLKDGNPMSVSACVTQYFASGFFTGFECLLLTVMAFDRYLAICKPLRYVTIMTNKHCLHLVIWSSLEIVLFLLLVIILISH

  15. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-3044 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available nl|UG|Str#S21733855 Xenopus tropicalis finished cDNA, clone TGas117a18 /gb=CR761648 /gi=77620801 /ug=Str.530...MYVLLSQLSLADILLTTSVTPTLLWLLLNGGGKMLVSACITQFYFCCSLTSIECLLLTVMSYDRYLAICNPLHYGSVMNIKLCLSMSLWCWGSSFLVAFVLDLLISHL

  16. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-2495 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available nl|UG|Str#S21733855 Xenopus tropicalis finished cDNA, clone TGas117a18 /gb=CR761648 /gi=77620801 /ug=Str.530...RSPMYFFLSNLSVTDILLCTSVVPNLLSSLLRDGNPMSVSACVTQFFANGVFTGVECLLLTVMAYDRYLAICKPLHYVTIMTNKHCLHLVIWSWLEISFINVPATVIISH

  17. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-1072 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available nl|UG|Str#S21733855 Xenopus tropicalis finished cDNA, clone TGas117a18 /gb=CR761648 /gi=77620801 /ug=Str.530...RSPMYFFLSNLSATDILLSTTVGPNLLCTLLKDGNPMSVSACVTQFFAYGFFTGVECFLLTVMAYDRYLAICKPLHYVTIMTNKHCLHLVIWSWLEIILFLLPITVMISH

  18. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-3748 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available l|UG|Str#S30066943 Xenopus tropicalis finished cDNA, clone TNeu013l04 /gb=CT030527 /gi=77623031 /ug=Str.5625...CHVLLLYNSQHSIMACHVLLLYNSQHSIMACHVLLLYNSQHSIMACHVLLLYNSQHSRMACHVLLLXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXYQLPIRLLQTNSADARVWAGLPNFGLISHQIGEGICG ...

  19. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-0056 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available nl|UG|Str#S21733855 Xenopus tropicalis finished cDNA, clone TGas117a18 /gb=CR761648 /gi=77620801 /ug=Str.530...RSPMYFFLSNLSATDILLSTTVGPNLLCTFLKDGNPMSVSACVTQFFAYGTFIAAECFLLTVMAYDRYLAICKPLHYATIMTNKHCLHLVIWPWLGILLLSLPITVIISH

  20. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-2589 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available nl|UG|Str#S21733855 Xenopus tropicalis finished cDNA, clone TGas117a18 /gb=CR761648 /gi=77620801 /ug=Str.530...RSPMYFFLSNLSATDILLSTSVGPNLLNTLLQDGNPMSVSACVTQFFAYGTFIAAECFLLTVMAYDRYLAICKPLHYATIMTNKHCLHLVIWPWLGILLLSLPITVIISH

  1. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-2468 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available nl|UG|Str#S21733855 Xenopus tropicalis finished cDNA, clone TGas117a18 /gb=CR761648 /gi=77620801 /ug=Str.530...RSPMYFFLSNLSVTDISLSTSVGPNLLYTLLKGGNPMSVSACVTQFYAFGLFTGLECLLLTVMAYDRYLAICKPLHYATIMTNKHCLHLVIWSWLEIFICCSSSTIIISH

  2. Dual control of ticks and tsetse flies using deltamethrin through ...

    African Journals Online (AJOL)

    Mo

    month at cost of Ug. Shs. 100 per head of cattle per spray (Ug. Shs 1,200 annually) and through .... During this activity, 3 tsetse traps were ... Geographical Positioning System (GPS). ... catches and BCT-based trypanosomosis incidences have.

  3. RSW Fully Tet Cell-Centered Fine Mesh

    Data.gov (United States)

    National Aeronautics and Space Administration — This is the RSW dataset for a fine fully tetrahedral grid designed for a cell-centered unstructured solver. UG3 : Grid File Name = rsw_fine_tetcc.b8.ugrid UG3 : Quad...

  4. Deficyt budżetowy i dług publiczny oraz kompetencje organów władzy do ich kształtowania – w świetle przepisów konstytucji i prawa Unii Europejskiej

    OpenAIRE

    2013-01-01

    The issues of public debt and budget deficit are regulated by constitutions (e.g. of Poland, Germany, Spain) as well as by the law of the European Union. The constitutional regulations concerning public debt and deficit are norms primarily directed at governments and parliaments. However, these regulations mainly have a preventive and auxiliary character and cannot by themselves stop the debt level of the state from increasing. Financial aims concerning debt and deficit can be achieved by non...

  5. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-0046 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available gi=38649385 /ug=Str.56295 /len=3732 1e-06 24% MDTLVCKLMDTLVCKLMDTLVYKLMYTLVYKPMDTLVCKLMDTLVCRLMGTLVCKLMD...TLVCKLMYTLVCKLMDTLVCKLIDTLVCKLMDTLVCKLMDTLVCKLMDTLVCKLMDTLVYKPMDTLVYKLMDTLVCRLMNTLVCRLMNTLVCKLMD...TLVCKLMGTLVCKLMDTLVCKLMDTLVCKLMDTLLCKLLGTLVCKLMDTLVCKLMDTLVCKLMDTLVDLLHLCTPKPVPMSY ...

  6. Gene : CBRC-TGUT-04-0007 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 93 /gi=110586116 /ug=Tgu.9160 /len=700 2e-18 36% MTIPIPMIVPVPVPIPIPMTLLIPILIPVPIPTLIPVPAPVPIPIPIP...CSHSHSCSHSNSHSCSHFHSHSRSCSCSHSYSHSHSHSHSHIPVPTPTPAPIPIPTHIPVPIPAHIPVPIPIPPPVPVPAPIPAPIPVPPPAPIPAPVPAPVPIPAHIPIPIP

  7. Gene : CBRC-TGUT-07-0015 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available =119443527 /ug=Tgu.3696 /len=753 1e-20 38% MMAVGWERIRGSCASSCSVFHSQVPIPSSHSQFLFPVPIPSFPFPIPIPIPSSYSQFPSTFPSPF...PVFHSQFSSPNSHSHSQFPFPFPFPHSHSHSHSHSHSQFPSPFPVSHSQFPSAFPSPFPVFHSQFPIPNSHSHSHSQFPFPVPIPSSHLHSHPHSQFSIPSFPFPIPIPIPIP...SSHLHSHPHSQFPFPFPVFHSQFPIPIPIPIPIPIPSFPFPVPIPIPIPIPSFPFPVPIPSSHPHSQFSIPNSQFPFPVPIPIP

  8. Gene : CBRC-OANA-01-1472 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available /ug=Oan.4102 /len=1947 1e-06 27% MVFIERLLCAKHCIECLGEDNRLLPLLLILPLIIMIILIIIMVFKRLPLLLLLPLIILIIIM...VFVKRLLLLLLPPVILIIIMLFVKRLLLLLLPPLITIIIMAFVNRLLLLLLPPLIIIIIMVFVKLLLLLLLPPLIIIIIIMVFVKRLLLLLLPPVIIIMVFVKRLLLLLLPPLIIIIIM...VFVKRLLLLLLLPLIIIIIIVFVKRLLLLLLPPLTIIIIIMVFVKCLLLLLLPPLVIIMVFVKLLLRLLLPPLITIIIMVFVKRLLLLLLPPLIIIIIM...VFVKRLLLLLLPPLIIIMAFVKRLLLLLLPPLIIIIIMVFVKRLLLLLLPPLTIIIIIMVFKCLLLLLLPPLTIIIIIMVLSAYYSCYFHH ...

  9. Gene : CBRC-OANA-01-1922 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 149567066 /ug=Oan.4288 /len=1092 1e-06 38% MVLIIIMLVFKCLLLLLIVMVLLIIMLVFKCLLRLLIVMVLLIIMLVFVKRLLLLLIVLLIIM...LVFVKRLLLLLTVMVLIIMLVFKCLLLLLIVMVLLIIMLIFVKCLLLLRVMVLLIIMLIFVKCLLLLIVMVLIIILVFKCLLL...LIVMVLIIIILVYVKHLLLLIMMVLIMLAFAKRLLLRVMVLIIIILVFVKHLLLLLIVMVLKMLVFVKRLLLLLRVMVIIIMLMFVKHLLLLLIVMVLIIIMLVFVIAIVIAIVLVCLSPPIRL ...

  10. Gene : CBRC-OANA-01-1514 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available /gi=149567066 /ug=Oan.4288 /len=1092 6e-07 36% MMVFVKPLLPLLLLIIMTVFVKRLLLLLLLLMMVFVKPLLPLLLLIIM...MAFVKRLLLLLLLLMMVLVKPLLLLLLLIIMTVFVNRLIIMMVFLKPLLPLLLLLIMMVFVKRLLLLLLLLMMVFVKPLLLLLLLIIMTVFVNRLIIMMVFLKPLLPLLLLLLIIM...TVFVKRLLLLLLLLLIMRVFVKPLLLLLLLLIMTVFVKHLLLLLLLIIMMVFVKPLLLLPVIIMMVLVKPLLLLLLIIIIMVFVKPL ...

  11. Gene : CBRC-PMAR-01-0299 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 617 /ug=Pma.817 /len=935 0.002 32% MYLSYLSLISHLSLLSLTYISRISLISHLSLTYLSLISLLSLTYLSYLSHFYSHSSLSYLSYLSRISH...VSLMYLFLISHVYLTYLSYLSYLSLISHVSLTYLSYLSYLSLISLIAQFSLLSLSYLSNLSSIYLIPLTYLSRISLIFLLSLTYLA...RISFLYLLSLSYLSLISYLSRISLISHLSPTYLSLISHVSLSYISLISHLSLIYRSLISHISNLSLTDLSLISHLSLSNLSRISHIYAL ...

  12. Gene : CBRC-GACU-10-0003 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 2420070 /ug=Gac.4028 /len=2748 0.001 25% MSDMVLNKSSGSLLGLCWSSTGGARQPLFAGPLGELTPCSIR...FPRAFLSACICFLMHLSVCKAFIILAFSCSQPSSLMANCFFKSAFSDASSTSCWTSTRVFISLTCFSMSDRVLNKSSGSLLGVCWSSTGGARQPLFAGPLGELTPCSIR...FSRAFLSACICFLMHLSACKAFIILAFSCSQPSSLMANCFFKSAFSDASSTSCWTSKRVFCSLTCFSMSDRVLNKSSGSLLGVCWSSTGGARQPLFAGPLGELTPCSIRFSRAFLSACICFLMHLSACKAFIILAFSCSQPSSLMANCFFKSAFSDANSTRCWMSKRIFFWSCIVTKW ...

  13. Gene : CBRC-RMAC-10-0025 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 1116949 /gi=109101817 /ug=Mmu.2804 /len=3262 3e-07 30% MSCRASSLAMSYTASSLAMSYTAFSLEMSSTASSLAM...SSTASSLEMSYTVSSLAMSYTASSLAMSSTASSLAMSYTASSLAMSYTAFSLAMSYTAFSLEMTSTASSLEMSYTVSSLAMSYTASSLAISSTASSLAMSYTASSLAMSYTASSLAM

  14. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-3376 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available =58356322 /ug=Str.73444 /len=782 6e-17 35% MAIPIKPLSGGMKVPTKPLIGCMAITIKPLTGCMTIPTKPLTGVMAIPIKPLTGCMAIPTKPLTGGMAVPTKPLTGGMAIP...TKPLTGGMAIPTKPLAGGMTIPTKPLTGVMAIPTKPLTGGIAIPTKPLTGGMAIPTKPLTGCMAIPTKPLTGGMAIPTKPLTGVMAIPIKPLTGVMAIPTKPLTGGMAIPIKPLTGCMAIPTKPLTGGMAIPTKSLAGGFWTS ...

  15. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-1571 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available gi=74306002 /ug=Str.68514 /len=887 2e-11 37% MHLVLRHPVLRHPVLRHPVLRHPVLLHPVLRHPVLLHPVLLHLVLLHPVLLHLVLRHPV...LRHPVLRHPVLRHLVLLHLVLLHLVLRHPVLRHPVLRHLVLLHLVLLHLVLLHPVLLHPVLLHPVLRHLVLLHLVLLHLVLRHPVLRHPV...LRHLVLLHLVLLHLVLLHLVLLHPVLRHPVLLHLVLLHLVLWHPVLPCRSARGSVVRKLIHCCIYHKIALVM ...

  16. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-05-0449 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available /gi=145232584 /ug=Mdm.4709 /len=10011 0.004 32% MSLSGSLPPLSAGPYPFSLTLSLFLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSFSLSLSLS...LCLCLSVSVSVSLSLSLSLSLSLCLCLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSVSVSVSLSLSLCLSLCVCLSLPFPVSLFPSLSLVSLSLFPSLSLLSLSLFPSFHSLSLSPSLSLS...LSLSVCLSLSLSLCLCLSLSLSVCLSFPLSVYLCLSLSLCLSVFLSLSPSPSLL ...

  17. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-08-0089 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 001102432 /gi=156255148 /ug=Mdm.4775 /len=2526 0.003 26% MLMNKLLCVSLSLSLSLCLSLSVSLSLSLSLSLSLCLSLSLSLSLS...VSLSLCLSLSLSLSLSVSLSLCLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLS...LSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLPLLFVSLPLSFNSIQPTIRVLFQDCTTIFLSSM ...

  18. Gene : CBRC-MMUS-09-0184 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available /ug=Mm.439762 /len=1263 2e-41 55% MGAVLMQNTTLRSEDLAWASGQEKGTEIQHLSLSLSVSLCLSLSVSLSLSLSLCLSLSLSLSLS...LCLSLCLSLCLSLSVSLSLSLSLCLPLSLSLSLSLCLSLSLSVSLSLCLSLCLSLCLSLSVSLSVSLSLSLCLSLCLSLSLSLSLSLSVPLCLSLSLCLSLCLSLCLSLS...VCLSLSSLSRLSLSSSLSLCRLSVCLSVSLSRLSLSVSLSLSLSLSLSLSVSLSLSVSLSLSVSLSVSLSVSLSVSLSLSLCLSLSVSLCLPLSLSLSLCLSLSASLSVSLSLSVSLSLCVSLLPYC ...

  19. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-01-0481 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available /gi=145232584 /ug=Mdm.4709 /len=10011 3e-04 27% MPQPGTQQESGLSRCLSTSLFPQMLPWSVVDPLLWVSRDMWVHISACLSLFLSLSLS...LSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLCLSVSLSLCLSVSLSPSLSLCLSVSLSLCLSVSLCLPLCLSVSLSLCLCLSLSLCLSLSPSLSLSLSLSLSLSVSLSLSLSLSLS...VSLSLSLSLSLSLCLPLSLSLSPSPSSLSFSFSLSLSPPLSTSGMEAPMSSRHRFCPQRSVLVGSVLLTQETWWDRGYGSQRSSSLTAFCYSASLLTLLYVLLLLTLIV ...

  20. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-01-0067 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available /gi=145232584 /ug=Mdm.4709 /len=10011 0.032 29% MSASRKASFIICCCHHCLPFNLTPSSCLWFCLFLCLCLSLVLSLPPSLSLSLSLSLS...LSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSPSLSLSLSLSQSLSIFLSLSVSVSVSVSLSLS...LSLSLSLSLSLSLSFSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLFLSLSLSLSLSLSLCPCLSPLSVPIGLTLTLPSHPHIFLSDF ...

  1. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-03-0029 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available /gi=145232584 /ug=Mdm.4709 /len=10011 0.003 26% MADEIKLPPEMRLFLCICHSFFLHFSLSVSLSLSLSVSLSLCLSVSSLSSLSLSLSLS...LSLSLCLCLSLSLSLSLSVSSLSSFSVCLCLCLSLSVCLFSLSLSLSLSSLSPLSLSLSVSLSLSVSSLSPLSLSLSLSLSVSSLSPLSLSLSLTLLYPLSLSLS...FSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLPPLPPSLHSFPLSPYSSWSLCLSLPLFLSLIVSIFCCSLVSASIFLSLISPSSLSISFHFSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSVSLSLSLSLSLCLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSSLLADSHSLSFSFCLSSFVCLHNSP ...

  2. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-04-0000 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available /gi=145232584 /ug=Mdm.4709 /len=10011 3e-04 29% MGCALGGRAQKLRLQKIWPLVPALPLMSSVTRANSLS...FDLQASLIHKRNDQTFYDYMNLFLTSPKLGRFSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSFSLSSSLSVSLSLSLCLSLSLSLSLSLCLSLSVCLSPSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLCLSLS...LSLRTPSLSLSLSFSLSPSLSLSLSLCISVSLSLSPSLSVSLSVCLSVSLCLYLSVSLSLSLCLSLPLSFSLSPSLSPSLPLSFCLSLSLSLSFSFSLFLSLSVSVCLCLSLPLSLSLSR ...

  3. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-05-0091 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 519 /ug=Mdm.4516 /len=3933 0.065 32% MVFWINKPAPPYLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLCVCLCLSLSVSFSLSLCVSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLS...LSLSLSLCVSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSVSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSV...NMSVSFCLSLCLYSICLCCHSVSVCLLLCLGLSLSLCLSVSVSLCLSLSLSLCLCLCLCLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLPLSPPRTIYNYRNC ...

  4. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-03-0084 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available /gi=145232584 /ug=Mdm.4709 /len=10011 0.002 29% MYIACPPTLSLLSLVSPLSGSLCLCLSLSLPLWSLSISLSLS...LYHTPRVCLCLSLYLSLCVSVCLSLSLPHLSLSLPGLSVCLSLSLSLSLFLSLSVSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLCLSLCLSLSLFLSFSLSLSLSFSLSVSLSLSVSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLS...VSVCLSLSLSPHLSLSLPVCLSLSLSLSLSVSLSFSLSLSVSLFLSLCLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLFMNIYVYICIYRSI ...

  5. Gene : CBRC-AGAM-07-0049 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available gi=18896463 /ug=Aga.18967 /len=462 3e-12 73% MIKLYCFQLCACISAFCAFAMCKRVEMKCSFSLSLSLSLCLSLSLSLSLSVSLSVSLSVSLSVSLSVSLSVSLSLSLSLSLSLSLS...MCLSLSLSLSLSLSLSPCLSLFLSLYLSLSLSISLYLSLFLSLCLSLTVSLSLSLSLSISLSISLYLSLSISISISISISISLSFSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSVSLSVSLS...LSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLYLSLYLSLYLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLTLSLSLSLSLSLSLS

  6. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-1786 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available /gi=54038292 /ug=Str.65038 /len=1743 7e-13 32% MAFPVATIGGMAFPVATIGGMVFPLATIGGMAFPVATIGGMAFPVGTIGGMAFPLATI...GGMAFPVATIGGMVFPLATIGGMAFPVATIGGMVFPLATIGGMAFPVATIGGMAFPVATIGGMAFPLATIGGMAFPVATIGGMVFPLATIGGMAFPVATIG...GMAFPVATIGGMAFPLATIGGMAFPVATIGGMAFPLATIGGMAFPLATIGGMAFLLATIGGMAFPLATIGGMAFPLATIGGMVFPLATIGGMAFPLATIDRMAFPLALGF ...

  7. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-2372 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 068481 /ug=Str.37971 /len=777 4e-09 57% MECSLAISAVILLAHLKFMECSLAISAMILLAHLKFIECSLAISAMILLAHLKIMECSLAISAMILLAYLKFIECLFAISAMI...LLAHLKFMECSLAISAMILLAYLKFIECLFAISAMILLAHLKFMEYSLAISAMILLAYLKFIECLFAISAMILLAHLKIMECSLAISAMILLAYLKFIECLFAISAMILLAHLKFMECSLAISAMILLAYLKFMECLLAISAVILLA ...

  8. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-0020 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 1921 /gi=74282770 /ug=Str.10362 /len=942 2e-13 28% MELSVRPTYCIYCYYGTIRTPHLLYILLLWNYPYSSPTVYTVTMELSVLPTYC...IYCYNGTIRTPHLLYILLLWNYPYSSPTVYTVTMELSVLPTYCIYCYFGTICTTYLLYILLQWNYPYSSPTVYTVTMELSVLLTYCIYCYYGTIRTTYC...IYCYYGTICTTYLLYILLQWNYPYSSPTVYTVTMELSVLLTYCIYCYYGTIRTSHKEQYIYIVWNYLYSLPTVYTVTMELSVLPTYCIYCYYGSVM ...

  9. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-1035 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available /gi=120538370 /ug=Str.56943 /len=5737 1e-18 38% MLHTWDLLYILYMCYIRGTYCTYCIYVTYVGLTVHTVYTLHTWDLLYILYIRYTRGTYCTYC...IYVTYVGLTVYVLHTWDLLYILYIRYIRGTYCIYVTYVGLTVYTLHTWDILYICYIRGTYCIYVTYVGLTVYMLHTWDILYICYIRGTYC...IYVTYVGLTVYTLHTWDLLGLTVYTLHTWDLLGLTVYTLHTWDLLGLTVYTLHTWDLLYICYIRGTYCIYVTYVGLTVHTVYTLHTWDILYIRYIRGMHWH ...

  10. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-11-0071 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 39865 /gi=89886387 /ug=Mdm.201 /len=939 7e-08 21% MISSELIFGVAFFLQCAIGIVGNSLLLVLYVCIAFIKPQEKKPIDLILAHLTVANM...ATLFTRGIPEIMFCFGMRNVLNDVGCKVVFYIYRISRGFSVCTTSLLSMFQAIIISPNNSVWARIKVKAHKYILHCFLFFCVT

  11. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-11-0075 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 39859 /gi=89886377 /ug=Mdm.206 /len=927 3e-05 22% MISSELIFGVAFFFQCAIGIVGNSLLLVLYVCIAFKKPQEKKPMDLILAHLTVANM...ATLFTRGIPEIMFCIGMRNVLNDLGCKVVMYIYRISRGFSVCTTSLLSMFQAIIISPNNSVWAMIKVKAHKYILHCFLFFCVT

  12. Gene : CBRC-CELE-02-0079 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 0973 /ug=Cel.30823 /len=672 3e-49 92% MEFPWNSPFVVIPIVVRNFVVRPSVVRPFVVRPFVVRPFVVRPFVMRPFVVRPSVVRPFVVRPFVVKPFVVRPFVMRPFVVRPSVVRPFVVRP...IVVRPFVVRPFVVRPFVVRPFVVRPFVMRPFVVRPFVVRPFVVRPFVVRPFVVRPFVVRPFVMRPFVVRPFVVRPFVVRPFVVRPFVVRPFVVRPFVVRPFVVRRIVVRP...IVVRPFVVRPFMVRPFVVIPFVVRLIVVRPIVVSPFVVRPFVVRPVVVRLIVVNIL

  13. Gene : CBRC-MMUS-10-0081 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available i=74181011 /ug=Mm.274581 /len=8907 2e-51 40% MCLGVCQYLCVCICLYLCVSVCVCVSVSVCVCLYVYMSVCLCMSVCLCSMYLYLYMSLCVYLC...VSVYVSVCVCVYVCICVSMCLSVCACVCVSLCVSVSVCVCVSVCMSVYLCLCMSISVSVCVCVSVSLCVYMYMCLCMSVCLCMDVSISVCVYLCVSVYVSVSICVCLS...VPVSVCLCVYQCLCVYVCMSVYLCLCMSISVSVCVCVSVSLCVYMYMCLCMSVCLCMDVSISVCVYLCVSVSVWCMCVCVCVCLFIHQRRTLGVLFIYSSPNSLGNS ...

  14. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-02-0021 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 2410 /ug=Mdm.283 /len=1641 0.011 42% MEGKKEREEERKKERRKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERK...KERKKERKKERKKERRKERKKERKKEGKKERRKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERK...KERTKEREKEREREREKGRQRDRERERQREREREREREREQETERPIERTKERKKERSKDRKNERGKD ...

  15. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-02-0470 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 44 /gi=104746599 /ug=Mdm.115 /len=662 2e-05 58% MRTGCSKGYLECWTLDNSLKPHYLALLALLPWNQYTVLILRQKVRVRKKERKRERK...RERKKERKKERKKERKRERKRERKREREKEREKERKKEREKERKKERKKREKERKKEREKERKRERKKERKKERKRERKKERKKEREKERKRERKKERKKEREKERK...RERKKERKKERKKERKKEREKERKKEREKERKKERKKERKKEREKERKKEREKERKKEREKERKKEKERKKKAIWG ...

  16. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-07-0059 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 2410 /ug=Mdm.283 /len=1641 0.023 37% MTYYNSYYVPVVPLTLMSEKGDVRQGGRKEERKKKRKREIEEVREGRKEGGRESKGGRKKERKKERK...KERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKRGREGGREEKRERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKEKERK...GGREEEREREKERDRQTNRQKERKRERERERKREREKEREKERKRERKTERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKEKHTLGKYYHEKFCLSVHCL ...

  17. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-03-0068 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 126342410 /ug=Mdm.283 /len=1641 0.002 50% MEKERKRERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERK...RERERERKKERKKERKKEREKERKRERERKKEREKEREREKERKRERERKRERKRERKRERKRERKKGRKKEREKERKREREREREREKERKRERKRERKKERK...REKKREKEREKEREKERKKEREEKRERERERKKERKKERERICMHMCIYFIELENLGFRRDLNGHLVQHVPNMI ...

  18. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-01-0272 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available M_001378868 /gi=126324506 /ug=Mdm.176 /len=858 0.003 23% MGGGKENGRKRKREKLKKEREGWKEERKEDGKGGKDEEKERKKERK...KERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKEERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKRRKEGRKEERKKEERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERVILH ...

  19. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-01-0374 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 2410 /ug=Mdm.283 /len=1641 0.011 46% MTMGKASFEEEKEREKEREKERKRERKRERKREREKEREKERKKERKRERKRERKREREKEREKERK...RERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKREREKEREKERKKERKRERKRERKREREKEREKERKRERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERK...KERKKERKKERKKGGKEAGKEARTEGGKEGRKEGRKEGRKEGRKEGRKEGRKEGKLCSISITRIL ...

  20. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-01-0305 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 2410 /ug=Mdm.283 /len=1641 0.041 43% MKTTLHLLQELSNFVSFCGPIPRFPRFCDGHKLPRCRRKRKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERK...KERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKREREKERKKERKKERKKEREKERENEREKEREMRERESERVACEERK...REREKERKKERKKERKKEREKEREKEREKEREKERKRERKREREKERERKKERIVKERKKE ...

  1. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-01-0383 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 2410 /ug=Mdm.283 /len=1641 2.2 55% MKREERRKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERK...KEGKKERRKERRKEKKKERKKEGKKERRKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKEREKERKRERKREXFLQNGYTSSQPYQ ...

  2. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-03-0214 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 42410 /ug=Mdm.283 /len=1641 0.024 37% MMEDKNFLRRKEGRKEGRKEGRKEGRKEGRKEGRKEGRKEGRKEGKGRKEGRKRKKERKKERKNERK...RERKLERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKEGKKERRKERRKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERERERKKERKRERKKERKRERERK...REREKDREKERKRERERERKRQREKERKREREKERKREREKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKEGRKEGRKGGRKELSLVHPCSYSRQI ...

  3. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-02-0445 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 7151728 /ug=Mdm.4813 /len=2757 0.019 28% MRDTKMGEYVRWNSGWKERKRKKERKKEREREKERKKDRERKKEREKERKKERK...REREKEREKERKRERKKERERERKKEREKERKRERKRKRKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKRKRKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKEIEMSDR ...

  4. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-01-0290 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 2410 /ug=Mdm.283 /len=1641 0.002 44% MKNKEGRKEGRKGGREEERKREREKERKRGREEERKRGRERERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERK...KERKKERKKERKKERKREREKERKREREKERKREREKERKREREKERKREREKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKEMEVD ...

  5. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-01-0484 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available M_001378868 /gi=126324506 /ug=Mdm.176 /len=858 0.004 24% MEVRKRERGKEGEKQREGEGRKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERK...KERKKERKKERKKERKKEREREKERERKKERERERERERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKREREKERKKERKREREKERKREREREREREREKERKREREKERKREREKERKKERKKERKKKERKKERKKERKKERKKERKNERKKEERRK ...

  6. Gene : CBRC-RMAC-21-0047 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available /gi=109041231 /ug=Mmu.6078 /len=2799 7e-22 46% MDCLYSGPSFLPACLPAFLPSCLPACLPSFLPAFLLSFLPSFLPAFLPACLPAFLPS...CLPSCLPSCLPAFFPSCLPACLLSFLPACLPSSPPSCLPPHLPAFLPAFLPAFLPSFLPSCLPSFLPSCLPSCLPACLPAFLPAFLPAFLPSCLPACLPSCLPS...FLLFLPSLPSCLPSCLPSFSSFLLFFPSLPSSLPSSLPSSLLSFLNSLPLLPMLESRVVISVHCNLRLPDSSNSPASASRIAGVTGAHHDTQLILYF ...

  7. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-04-0202 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available /ug=Mdm.4813 /len=2757 6e-04 28% MWKKQMTKMTKFYYFLSLSFCLSLSLSLSLSLALSLALSVFRCFCLSIVLSFFLCCFLPFCLPRLLPSFRPSLLPSFLPSVLPSFLPSFLRSFLPSFLPS...FLPSFLPSFLPSFLPSFLPSFLPSFLPSFLPSFLPSFLPSFLPSFLPSFLPSFLPSFPPSIPPYLLPSFLFLLPIPSFLPSFPLPPSLPSFFPSSFLPFLPS...FPSSFLPSFLPSFLPSFLPSFFLPFLSINHLNYPICLSICISIIDLHIYHLSIFYHLSVYIAIIYLYIYFYVSVCLSICLSL ...

  8. Gene : CBRC-MMUS-05-0023 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 4 /ug=Mm.399829 /len=1830 2e-28 47% MFELYWLNGVKMCLSFFSFLPSFLPSFLPSFLPSFLPPSLPPSLPFSFFLSFFLSFFLSFFLSFFLPSFLRLSIFTSFLPSFLPSFLPS...SFFLSSFLPSFLPSVFPSLLLSFLPSFLPSFLPSFLPSSFFLSFFLSFFLSFFLSSFLPSFHLYFSFLPSFFPSFLPFSFFLSFFLSFFLSFFLPSFLPSSFHLYFFSSFLPS...FLPSSFFLSSFLPSFLPSFLPSFRLSIFTSFLPSFLPSFLFLSFFLSFFLSFFLSSFLPSFHLYFFPSFLPSFLPSFLPSFFLSFIFLKILNFRFYFPPCPLSDCSTS ...

  9. Gene : CBRC-RNOR-12-0016 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available /gi=109479978 /ug=Rn.202990 /len=3101 4e-21 43% MVSWPFWNSLSRTGWPLTHTDWPASASLPLCPSAPLPLSLPLCLSASLPLC...LSASLPLCLSAPLPLCPSAPLPLCLSLCLSASLPLCLSASLPLCLSASLPLCLSASLPLSLPLCLSASLPLCPSAPLPLSLPLCLSASLPLCPSAPLPLCPSAPLPLC...PSAPLPLCPSAPLPLCPSAPLPLCLCFCFQGAGIKDVCYYHTPVGIFILKEDIFAIVFLSL ...

  10. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-04-0068 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 099596 /gi=156139117 /ug=Mdm.4790 /len=2454 9e-04 29% MGNMGVSACLPACLSACLSSCLPACLSVYLPACL...SFCLSVYSSICLSVCLSSCLPVCLSIFLPACLSVCLPIYLPVFLSICLSVYLPACLPACLSVYLPACLPVCLPIYLPVFLSICLSVYLPACLPVCLSICLPACLPACLPACLSICLPACLPACLPACLSICLPACLSVFVF ...

  11. Gene : CBRC-DRER-11-0007 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 0 /ug=Dr.87512 /len=1680 6e-67 38% MYVCMYVCMYVCMCVCVYVCMYLCMYVCVYVCMCAFMYVCMYVCMHACIYVCMCLCMYVCMYVCM...YVCVYVCMYACMYVCVYVYMCVCMYVCVCLCMYVCMYVCMHACMHVYMCVCVYVCMYVCMYVCMYVCIYLYMCVCMYVCMYVCMCVFMYICVFVCMCVCMHGYICVYVFMYVCM...YVCMYVCVRLCICVFVCMCVCMCVFMYVCMYVCVYVYMCVCMYVCMYVCMYVCMYVCMHACVRACVRACVCVCMCVCVHVCICFVTILNDVPLPVFQLACICPIIVYTYATVLSIVTLF ...

  12. Gene : CBRC-RNOR-15-0016 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 509422 /ug=Rn.211959 /len=1272 1e-31 32% MYICMYICVYICMYVCICCLWVCMYVCMYMLCMYVCICCLWVCMYVCMYMLPVGMYVCMYVCICYVCMYVYAAYGYVCMYVYAACGYVCM...YVCICYVCMYVCMYMLPMGMYVCMYVYAACGYVCMYVCICCLWVCMYVCVYVCMYVYVAYGYVCMYMLPMGMYVCMYVCMYVYAAYGYVCMYVYAAYGYVCMYVCM...YMLPMGMCVCMYVYAAYGYVCMYACMYACMYVCICCLWVCMYVCMYVCMYVYAVCGLGCNPQLLFQHHTCLPIANSLS ...

  13. Gene : CBRC-TGUT-27-0004 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 09 /ug=Tgu.3638 /len=759 3e-41 67% MSLLLLLLSPTQHLWQGANGIFRFIPSVWIFRIIPSVCVFSQLFPLCVYFHNYSLCVCIFTIIPFVCGFSELFPLCVDFHNYSLCVCGFSELF...PLCVYFRNYSQCVCIFKIIPSVCGFSELFPVCVDFQNYSLCVWIFRIIPSVCVFSELLPLCVYFHNYSLCVCIFRIIPFVCVDFQNYFLCVWIFSIPRTQQPPGAVG ...

  14. Gene : CBRC-PMAR-01-0809 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 226 /ug=Pma.5619 /len=900 1e-14 26% MCRLAWLVCHSVWLVCCSAWLVHRSAWLVCCSAWLVHRSAWLVCRSAWLVHRSAWLVCRSVWLVCRSAWLVCCSAWLVHRSAWLVCRLAWLVCCSAW...LVCCSAWLVCRSAWLVCCSAWLVHRSAWLVCCSAWLVCCSAWLVCCSASLVHRSAWLVRRSAWLVCCSAWLVRRSAW...LVCCSAWLVCCSAWLVCCSAWLVRRSAWLVCWSAWLVHRSAWLVCCSAWLVCRSAWLVCCSAWLVCRLAWLVWLGVVGVPLGVVDVLLXXXXEHVIVALMWRRYYDVLYDTRAHDIRIFCIAKYLQVVVHFLNMAFSGEIFVITE ...

  15. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-3564 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 2 /ug=Str.32765 /len=899 2e-46 48% MQRAGSRGLSVCLSIYHLSICLSVCCLSVSLSVCLSVCLSVYLSICLSVYRSVYLSVYLSICLSVCLSI...YLSIYLSIYLSICLSVCCLSVCLSVYLSIYHLSICLSVCLSICLSIYLSSIYLSVCLLSVCLSVCLSICLSVCLSFCLSIYLSVCLSVCLSI...YRSVYLSVYLSIYLSIYLSVCLSVCLYVCLSVYLSIYHLSICLSVCCLSVSLSVYLSVCLSVYLSIYLSVCLSVYLSVCLSVCLSIYLSVCLSVCLSIYLSINLSVYFLSVCLSIYLSILTIYHLYVCLSIYLSLYN ...

  16. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-01-0063 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available =NM_001099550 /gi=156139089 /ug=Mdm.4804 /len=2343 0.018 47% MFMYVYIHIIYTCSICLSICLSI...YLSIYLSMSIYLCLSVCLSVCLSIYLSIYLSIYLSIPSLSGSICLSVCLSIYLSLSIYLSIYLSVCLSVCLSIYLSICLSVYLAICLSICLSVRLSICLSVYLSVCLSIYLSIYLSIYLSIYMSFCLSVCLSICLSDYLSIYLSVCLSVCLSVCLSVCLSIYLSVCLSV ...

  17. Gene : CBRC-HSAP-13-0022 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available gi=113423315 /ug=Hs.632712 /len=21987 9e-12 29% MLYHSIILLITLYRSIILLIALYHSITLLIALYCSITLLIAVCCSVILLIALYHSII...LLIALYCSIILLIALYHSIILLIALYRSIILLIALYRSIILLIALYRSILLIVLYRSVILLIALYRSVILLMALYRSITLLMAL...YHSITLLMALYHSITLLMALYRSITLLMALYHSIILLMARYHSIILLIALYHSIILLIALYCSIILLIALYHSIILLIALCHSIILLITLSDFLKYV ...

  18. Gene : CBRC-CFAM-10-0005 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available =73987535 /ug=Cfa.24715 /len=4968 1e-06 29% MYINLSSIIYYLCIYVSLYHLSAIYIIYHLLSIIYLSLSSIIYHLLSSIIYHLSSIISII...YHLLPSHLYHLSIICYLSISIIYLSIYLSIYLSIYHLSIFIIIYLYHLSSIIYPSLSSIHHHHHHHHLSISIIYQLLSSHLYHLSSII...YPSLLSIYLSIYLSIYLSSIYHLSSIFIIIIIYLYHLSSIISIIYLYLSSIYLYLPIYTTYVFLCICIFISI ...

  19. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-0726 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 2 /ug=Str.32765 /len=899 2e-49 53% MENPMGPAVQTRSPQSAPPTASLPRCPEGKFNLXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXYLSSIYHLSIYLSSIYLSII...YLSSIYLSSIYLSIDHLSIIYLSIIYLSIYHLSIIYLSIYRSSIYLSIYLSSMYLSIIYLSSIYPSIYHLSIIYLSSIYHLSI...YHLSIYHLCIYRSSIYHLSIYPSIHLSIIYLSSIYLSSIYHLSIIYLSSIYLSSMYLSIIYLSIHLSIIYLSSIYHLSIYQSSIYHLSIIYLSIYHLCIYRSSIYHLSIYPSIYHLSIYLSIYLSIDHLSIIYLSIYLSIYLSIIYLSSIYLSIYLSIY ...

  20. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-3870 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 2 /ug=Str.32765 /len=899 4e-43 52% MYLFTQHHNLSIYLSSIYLSIMYLSIYLSIIYLSIIYLSIIICISIYLSSSVYLSII...YLSIHLSIYHHLYIYLSSIYYLSIIYLSTVSIYLSIYHLSIIYLSIYHVSIYHLSIYYLSIYHLSIIYLSSSSVYLSIYLSIIICITIYLSSIYLSSSSVYLSII...YLSIYLSIYHLSIYLSIYLSIIYLSIYHLSIYLSIYLSIIICISIYHLSIYLSSSIYLSSSVYLSIIIICISIYLSKYRQMCWVGPFPN ...

  1. Gene : CBRC-DRER-24-0055 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 49593 /ug=Dr.135376 /len=1020 4e-17 34% MQRFRHLCSAFSFMDFFSLFAVFFPLCSVFAIYSVFFSFYA...VFSPFIQCFFLLCSVFTIYAVLFPLWIFFSFLQCFFPYAGFSPFLQCFFPFMQCFPHLFSVFSLLCSVFAIFAVLFPFMQCFPHLFSVFSFYAVFSPLCSAFSFMDFF

  2. Gene : CBRC-DRER-24-0054 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 49593 /ug=Dr.135376 /len=1020 4e-19 33% MNSVFSFYTVFSPFMQCFFLYGFFFLFAVFFPLCSVFAIYA...FLLCSVFPFMQCFFLYGFFFPFCSVFSLMQCFRHFCSAFSFYAVISPFIQCFFLLCSVFPSCSVFSFMDFFPLCSDFYPYAVFSLCAVFFVAPGDPATS ...

  3. Gene : CBRC-GACU-23-0129 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 735 /ug=Gac.4003 /len=1262 6e-10 45% MASMASIASKASKASKASMASMASIASKASTASTASKASTASMASTPSTASKASTPSKASTPSMASMA...SMASKSSKVSMASMASMASKASMASMPFKASMASKASMASKASMASMASMASKASEASMASMASMASKASKASMPSMPFKASMASMASMASKASMASMPSMPSKASMA...SKASMASIVSMASKVSMASMASMAFKASKASMASMVMCERCKKPSCDGGIGLYFLFAWLIVFINVGAIL ...

  4. Gene : CBRC-MMUS-08-0042 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available =74181011 /ug=Mm.274581 /len=8907 3e-42 41% MIFLLGSTQVGNRSCSLSLCKSTLKASIVPVPVCLCLCACACACACDCACVPVCLCACVPVCLCACVPVCLCACVPVPVPVLVPVC...LCACVPVCLCACVPVPVPVPVPVPVCLCLCLCLCACACMPVPMCLCACVPVCLCACVPVCLCACVPVPVCLCACVPVCLCACACVPVCLCACVPVCLCACVPVCLCACVPVCLCACVPVCLCLCLCH ...

  5. Gene : CBRC-RMAC-05-0039 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 9109688 /ug=Mmu.4418 /len=3543 6e-30 52% MCVPVCVHVCMCVPVCVRARLCVCACVCACVCACVCVPVCVPVCVCLCAPVCVPVC...VCLCVCLCVCLCVCACVCACVCASVCACVCVPVCVCLCVCLCVCACVCTCVCAPVCASVCVRLCVCLCVCLCVCLCVCACVCACVCASVCVC...LCVCLCVCLCVHLWFVRLCVCLCVCACVCLRVCMCVCLCVCAHVSVPVCVCLCVPVCVCLCVCACVCACTPVCVRARLCVCLCVPVCALVVCAPVCVPACVHVRVPVCVCTCECACVCACACACVCVHM ...

  6. Gene : CBRC-PMAR-01-0032 [SEVENS

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available 37 /ug=Pma.8609 /len=962 1e-07 23% MYVYPMHVYVRIPYARVCTYTLCTFYARIPYARVSTYTLSTCMYVYPMYVYVRIPYARVSTYTL...CTCMYVYPMHVYVRVTYARVCTYTLCTCMYVYPMHVYVRIPYARVCTYTLRTFCVRIPYARVSTYTLCTCMYVYPMHVYVRIPYARVCTYTL...CACMYAYPMHVYVRIPYARVCTYTLCTCMYVYPMHVYVRIPYARVCTYTLSMRTYTLCTCMYVCIGVVAQWIDTHSKICDHSCVRMLNVCL ...

  7. [Speech by Oscar Julian Bardeci, director of the Centro Latinoamericano de Demografia (CELADE), at the Latinamerican Regional Meeting prior to the International Conference on Population in recognition of the Second Meeting on Population by the Committee of Upper-Level Government Experts (CEGAN), Havana, Cuba, November 16-19, 1983].

    Science.gov (United States)

    Bardeci, O J

    1983-12-01

    This work examines the relationship between population growth and economic development in Latin America and assesses progress in the 10 years since the Bucharest World Population Conference. The Latin American population increased from about 159 million in 1950 to 275 million in 1970 and around 325 million in 1980. The rate of growth reached a maximum of 2.8%/year in the early 1970s and has now declined to about 2.3%/year. The regional growth rate is a product of population dynamics that differ greatly in individual countries. Crude birth rates declined in every country of Latin America between 1975-80, but still exceeded 40/1000 in 1980-85 in Bolivia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, and Nicaragua. Current fertility is the result of the different trajectories of the demographic transition in different countries. While fertility in Argentina, Cuba, and Uruguay underwent a slow but sustained decline that began prior to 1960, other countries including Colombia, Costa Rica, Chile, and Venezuela began an accelerated fertility decline in the 1960s that diffused rapidly through all age and social groups. Other countries have still not entered a definite phase of fertility decline. Mortality rates have declined appreciably in Latin America in the past few decades although they remain high in some countries. After the end of World War II and until the mid-1970s, most countries of the region experienced rapid economic growth coupled with profound changes in the productive structure. The industrial labor force grew in almost all countries along with urbanization, the decline of agricultural employment, and the increase of the tertiary sector. These and other important economic advances through the mid-1970s occurred despite rapid population growth, and the beginning of the fertility decline coincided with slowing economic growth that saw negative rates in 1981-82. Various studies have shown that not all population sectors were incorporated in the process of economic and social development. The proportion of the population in active age groups has increased dramatically, but no corresponding increase in employment opportunities has occurred. The informal sector has absorbed most of the excess growth, a trend reflected in the exclusion of a large segment of the population from the fruits of economic progress. Population growth and increased life expectancy have created demands for more retirement benefits, health and educational services, transportation, recreation, and housing. Nevertheless, it cannot be concluded that rapid population growth necessarily has negative consequences for economic development or social welfare. There are indications that the problem of poverty in Latin America could be solved if the political will to do so existed; obstacles to overcoming poverty are not primarily material or population-related. Urbanization, settlement of marginal areas, and relative decline of agricultural areas are 3 trends in spatial distribution of varying intensity and repercussions in different countries.

  8. Medieval and Modern Views of Universal Grammar and the Nature of Second Language Learning.

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    Thomas, Margaret

    1995-01-01

    Examines the relationship between ideas of universal grammar (UG) and second language (L2) teaching and learning in medieval Europe in the context of the 20th-century debate about the role of UG in L2 acquisition. The roles of generative linguistics on UG and L2 instruction and learning in the 20th century are discussed. (65 references) (MDM)

  9. Graphs with constant μ and μ

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    1995-01-01

    A graph G has constant u = u(G) if any two vertices that are not adjacent have u common neighbours. G has constant u and u if G has constant u = u(G), and its complement G has constant u = u(G). If such a graph is regular, then it is strongly regular, otherwise precisely two vertex degrees occur. We

  10. Associations between physical activity and characteristics of urban green space

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    Schipperijn, Jasper; Bentsen, Peter; Troelsen, Jens

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    was found. The amount and number of UGS within one kilometre revealed no association either. For PA in the nearest UGS positive associations with size, walking/cycling routes, wooded areas, water features, lights, pleasant views, bike rack, and parking lot were found. This indicates that PA in an UGS might...

  11. RSW Mixed Element Cell-Centered Fine Mesh

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    National Aeronautics and Space Administration — This is a RSW mixed-element unstructured fine mesh for cell-centered solvers. UG3 : Grid File Name = rsw_fine_mixedcc.b8.ugrid UG3 : Quad Surface Faces= 28968 UG3 :...

  12. Ozone concentration dependent autohaemotherapy effects on ...

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    Mar 6, 2009 ... attempt to shed some light on the controversy of the beneficial ... five percent of the blood volume from the femoral vein in heparin containing ..... ir c a p a c ity. 80 ug/ml. 40 ug/ml. 20 ug/ml. Oxygen. *. *. *. *. Control. 4h. 24h.

  13. The Accessibility of Universal Grammar in Adult Language Learning.

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    Bley-Vroman, Robert W.; And Others

    1988-01-01

    Investigates whether Universal Grammar (UG) is accessible to adult language learners. Advanced Korean adult acquirers of English were given a test of grammaticality judgements on English "wh-" sentences, where the relevant constraints are thought to derive from principles of UG. Clear UG effects were found. Sample instruction sheet given…

  14. A distinct Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) (Hemiptera: Sternorrhyncha: Aleyrodidae) genotype cluster is associated with the epidemic of severe cassava mosaic virus disease in Uganda.

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    Legg, J P; French, R; Rogan, D; Okao-Okuja, G; Brown, J K

    2002-07-01

    During the 1990s, an epidemic of cassava mosaic virus disease caused major losses to cassava production in Uganda. Two factors associated with the epidemic were the occurrence of a novel recombinant begomovirus, EACMV-Ug, and unusually high populations of the whitefly vector, Bemisia tabaci. Here we present molecular evidence for the occurrence of two cassava-colonizing B. tabaci genotype clusters, Ug1 and Ug2, one of which, Ug2, can be consistently associated with the CMD epidemic in Uganda at the time of collection in 1997. By contrast, a second genotype cluster, Ug1, only occurred 'at' or 'ahead of' the epidemic 'front', sometimes in mixtures with Ug2. Comparison of mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase I gene sequences for Ug1 and Ug2 and well-studied B. tabaci reference populations indicated that the two Ugandan populations exhibited approximately 8% divergence, suggesting they represent distinct sub-Saharan African lineages. Neither Ugandan genotype cluster was identified as the widely distributed, polyphagous, and highly fecund B biotype of Old World origin, with which they both diverged by approximately 8%. Within genotype cluster divergence of Ug1 at 0.61 +/- 0.1% was twice that of Ug2 at 0.35 +/- 0.1%. Mismatch analysis suggested that Ug2 has undergone a recent population expansion and may be of nonUgandan origin, whereas Ug1 has diverged more slowly, and is likely to be an indigenous genotype cluster.

  15. The vertical distribution of selected trace metals and organic compounds in bottom materials of the proposed lower Columbia River export channel, Oregon, 1984

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    Fuhrer, Gregory J.; Horowitz, Arthur J.

    1989-01-01

    A proposal to deepen the lower Columbia River navigation channel in Oregon prompted a study of the vertical distribution of selected trace metals and organic compounds in bottom sediments. These data are needed to evaluate the effects of dredging and disposal operations. Elutriation testing of bottom material indicated chemical concentrations as large as 900 ug/L for barium, 6,500 ug/L for manganese, and 14 ug/L for nickel. The amount of oxygen present during elutriation testing of reduced bottom material was shown to have a negligble effect on manganese elutriate-test concentrations, but it did affect barium and iron concentrations. Sediment-associated organochlorine compounds detected in bottom-sediment core samples were as large as 0.1 ug/kg (micrograms/kilogram) for aldrin, 2.0 ug/kg for chlordane, 27 ug/kg for DDD, 5.0 ug/kg for DDE, 0.2 ug/kg for DDT, 0.2 ug/kg for dieldrin, 37 ug/kg for PCB 's 1.0 ug/kg for PCN 's and 1.0 ug/kg for heptachlor epoxide. Concentrations of cadmium, lead, and zinc in selected cores were found to exceed those of local basalts. Concentrations of cadmium, lead, and zinc were as large as 3.6 ug/g, 26 ug/g, and 210 ug/g respectively. Bottom-sediment concentrations of cadmium , chromium, copper, iron, and zinc associated with the less-than-100-micrometer size fraction are larger than those associated with the greater-than-100-micrometer fraction. (USGS)

  16. KANDUNGAN LOGAM BERAT (Pb dan Cd Pada Sawi Hijau (Brassica rapa l. Subsp. Perviridis Bailey Dan Wortel (Daucus Carrota L. Var. Sativa Hoffm YANG BEREDAR DI PASAR KOTA DENPASAR

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    Full Text Available Has been doing a research about the content of heavy metals (Pb and Cdin green mustard (Brassica rapa L. subsp. Perviridis Bailey and carrot (DaucusCarrota L. Var. Sativa Hoffm that exist in the market of Denpasar city. Purposeof this research was to know the content of Pb and Cd in green mustard andcarrots that exist in traditional markets (Badung and Kreneng market Denpasarcity that treated by washing and without washing. Content of Pb and Cd in greenmustard and carrots that analyzed by AAS (atomic absorption spectrophotometer.The results of research shows that contents of Pb in green mustard andcarrots that washed and without washed in Kreneng and Badung Market equal to64.71 ± 6.66 ug / g, 69.58 ± 4.61 ug / g, 62.56 ± 6.99 ug / g, 64.96 ± 7:20 ug / g,62.56 ± 6:56 ug / g, 73, 91 ± 2:51 ug / g, 57.17 ± 8:59 ug / g, 59.71 ± 8.93 ug / gdry weight. Content of Cd that washed and without washed equal to SCK 8.81 ±1.68?g / g, 10, 55 ± 1.78 ug / g, 8.09 ± 1.71 ug / g, 9.30 ± 2:01 ug / g, 8.96 ± 1.72ug / g, 10.09 ± 1:09 ug / g, 7.39 ± 1.6 ug / g 5, 8.14 ± 1.71 ug / g dry weight

  17. Results of Sediment Sampling and Elutriate Testing at the Proposed Middle Decatur Revetment Shallow Water Habitat Project Site

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    standards and implementation plans (CWA §303), national standards of performance (§306), toxic and pretreatment effluent standards (CWA §307) and...L) 1.2 477 15 ----- ----- Manganese , Dissolved (ug/L) ɛ ----- ----- ɛ 1,000(8) Manganese , Total (ug/L) 40 23,130 580 ----- ----- Mercury...7.6(8), 15(9) Lead, Total (ug/L) 1.2 805 6.7 ----- ----- Manganese , Dissolved (ug/L) ɛ ----- ----- ɛ 1,000(8) Manganese , Total (ug/L) 40 43,250

  18. Cosmological perturbations of unimodular gravity and general relativity are identical

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    Basak, Abhishek; Fabre, Ophélia; Shankaranarayanan, S.

    2016-10-01

    Unimodular gravity (UG) is a restricted version of general relativity (GR) in which the variation of the metric determinant is set to zero and the field equations are given by the trace-free part of the full Einstein equations. The background equations in UG and GR are identical. It was recently claimed that the first order contribution in the temperature fluctuations of the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) in UG is different from GR. In this work, we calculate the first order perturbation equations in UG and show that the Sachs-Wolfe effect in UG, in terms of gauge invariant variables, is identical to GR. We also show that the second order perturbation equation of Mukhanov-Sasaki variable in UG, is identical to GR. The only difference comes from the gauge choices due the constraint on the metric determinant. Hence, UG and GR are identical and indistinguishable in CMB data on large scales.

  19. ANTIOXIDANT POTENTIAL OF Sida retusa, Urena lobata AND Triumfetta rhomboidea.

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    Lissy, K P; Simon, Thara K; Lathab, M S

    2006-01-01

    The methanolic extract of Sida retusa Linn.(Malvaceae),Urena lobata Linn.(Malvaceae)and Triumfetta rhomboidea Jacq.(Teliaceae) roots were found to inhibit lipid peroxidation, scavenge hydroxyl and superoxide radicals in vitro. The quantity of S.retusa root extract required for 50% inhibition of lipid peroxidation, scavenging hydroxyl radical and superoxide radical was 1130.24 ug/ml respectively. IC 50 of root extract of U.lobata was 470.60 ug/ml, 1627.35ug/ml and 1109.24 ug/ml for superoxide radical scavenging, hydroxyl radical scavenging and lipid peroxidation respectively. T.rhomboidea root extract required for IC 50 was 336.65 ug/ml, 1346.03 ug/ml and 1004.22 ug/ml for superoxide scavenging, hydroxyl radical scavenging and lipid peroxidation respectively. The present investigation indicated that S. retusa, U.lobata and T.rhomboidea possessed significant antioxidant activity.

  20. Mesyatsy "knizhnye" i "nebesnye": ikh sootnoshenie na stranitsakh letopisej %t "Literary" and "heavenly" months: their correlations in Russian chronicles

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    Zhuravel', A. V.

    The overwhelming majority of Old-Russian dates are Julian, and this fact seems to prove that the Julian calendar gained a foothold after the baptism of Rus'. However, there are also about 10 lunar datings (mainly from the XV c.) in Russian chronicles. This fact corresponds to the words of Kirik (the Novgorod mathematician of the XII c.) who distinguished "heavenly" months from "literary" ones. The research shows that Kirik's words are true for the entire Medieval period of Russian history: the Julian calendar was really the "literary" one and people continued to count days by the Moon in their day-to-day life. Thus, lunar dating came up in Russian chronicles again and again. That is why attempts of recalculation into the Julian manner generated many mistakes (variant readings). If we take into account these "traces", we can reconstruct the initial lunar dating and determine more precisely the course of historical events.

  1. Neid filme mine lähipäevil Pöffile vaatama / Rain Kooli

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    Kooli, Rain

    2007-01-01

    11. Pimedate Ööde filmifestivali filme - Gus Van Sant'i "Paranoid Park" (USA, Prantsusmaa), Sergei Bodrovi "Mongol" (Venemaa, Kasahstan), Julian Schnabeli "Tuukrikell ja liblikas" (Prantsusmaa, USA)

  2. 16 February 2016 - British Ambassador to the United Nations and Other International Organisations at Geneva signing the guest book with CERN Director-General F. Gianotti and Beams Department Head P. Collier.

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    Brice, Maximilien

    2016-01-01

    His Excellency Mr Julian Braithwaite Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to the United Nations and Other International Organisations at Geneva

  3. Pop / Koit Raudsepp

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    2004-01-01

    Heliplaatidest: Razorlight "Up All Night", Julian Fane "Special Forces", Mark Laneqan Band "Bubblequm", Loits "Vere Kutse Kohustab", Ray Charles "Genius Loves Company", Carly Simon "Reflections: Carly Simon's Greatest Hits"

  4. 3,7 miljonit võimalust üksinduseks / Kai Tamm

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    Kutman, Kai, 1972-

    2011-01-01

    21. aprillil Berliinis Kulturbrauerei Kesselhausis esietendunud Age Veeroosi ooperist "Grid", libreto autor ja lavastaja Korneel Hamers, dirigent Taavi Kull, videokunstnik Julian bergheim, lavakujunduse autor Julia Rommel. Lk. 17 lühiintervjuu heliloojaga

  5. 3,7 miljonit võimalust üksinduseks / Kai Tamm

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    Kutman, Kai, 1972-

    2011-01-01

    21. aprillil Berliinis Kulturbrauerei Kesselhausis esietendunud Age Veeroosi ooperist "Grid", libreto autor ja lavastaja Korneel Hamers, dirigent Taavi Kull, videokunstnik Julian bergheim, lavakujunduse autor Julia Rommel. Lk. 17 lühiintervjuu heliloojaga

  6. A ROUGH GUIDE TO DOING CORPUS STYLISTICS

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    Tania M. G. Shepherd; Tony Berber Sardinha

    2015-01-01

    .... The second is to analyse a prize winning novel by English writer Julian Barnes, by resorting to the tenets and working tools of one of the newest branch of Stylistics, the so-called Corpus stylistics...

  7. Prizjorov kinofestivalei ne dopustili k borbje za "Oskar"

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    2007-01-01

    Ameerika kinoakadeemia võõrkeelse filmi "Oscari" auhinnale ei pääsenud kandideerima Ang Lee Veneetsias Kuldlõvi saanud film "Ettevaatust, iha" ning Julian Schnabeli Cannes'is režiiauhinna saanud "Skafander ja liblikas"

  8. Prizjorov kinofestivalei ne dopustili k borbje za "Oskar"

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    2007-01-01

    Ameerika kinoakadeemia võõrkeelse filmi "Oscari" auhinnale ei pääsenud kandideerima Ang Lee Veneetsias Kuldlõvi saanud film "Ettevaatust, iha" ning Julian Schnabeli Cannes'is režiiauhinna saanud "Skafander ja liblikas"

  9. The war against on-line piracy

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    Harris, Julian

    2011-01-01

    A summary by Julian Harris, Deputy General Editor Amicus Curiae, of US attempts to control what it identifies as rogue Internet sites engaged in on-line piracy and opposition to such legislative moves.

  10. BYSTANDER EFFECTS GENOMIC INSTABILITY, ADAPTIVE RESPONSE AND CANCER RISK ASSESSMENT FOR RADIAION AND CHEMICAL EXPOSURES

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    BYSTANDER EFFECTS, GENOMIC INSTABILITY, ADAPTIVE RESPONSE AND CANCER RISK ASSESSMENT FOR RADIATION AND CHEMICAL EXPOSURESR. Julian PrestonEnvironmental Carcinogenesis Division, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, N.C. 27711, USAThere ...

  11. EPRA avas 20. tegevushooaja

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    15. septembril oli EPRA-l külas kogenud briti suhtekorraldaja ja ajalehe The Sun endine toimetaja Stuart Higgins ning Eestis veel katmata ala, õigusala meediaekspert Julian Pike. Selle kohtumisega avas EPRA oma 20. tegevushooaja

  12. Nos dlja shpiona odolzhili u majora militsii / Aleksandra Ovikova

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    Ovikova, Aleksandra

    2004-01-01

    Kuidas sündis vene nõukogude populaarne spiooniseriaal "TASS on volitatud teatama..." ("TASS upolnomotshen zajavit...") : stsenarist Julian Semjonov : režissöör Vladimir Fokin : Nõukogude Liit 1984

  13. NEGSJDmaxptsobspred

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    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency — The shapefile contains points with associated observed and predicted Julian day of maximum growing season stream/river temperatures in New England based on a spatial...

  14. Reclaiming a Part of the Micmac Heritage.

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    Hamilton, W. D.

    1985-01-01

    Describes a research project which resulted in publication, "The Julian Tribe," and showed how lost Micmac tribal heritage was reconstructed from church, census, county, provincial, and federal records when no tribal printed or secondary accounts or oral tradition remained. (NEC)

  15. Reclaiming a Part of the Micmac Heritage.

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    Hamilton, W. D.

    1985-01-01

    Describes a research project which resulted in publication, "The Julian Tribe," and showed how lost Micmac tribal heritage was reconstructed from church, census, county, provincial, and federal records when no tribal printed or secondary accounts or oral tradition remained. (NEC)

  16. Evaluación de la susceptibilidad antimicrobiana de cepas de Salmonella spp. aisladas del beneficio porcino en Colombia / Evaluation of antimicrobial susceptibility of Salmonella spp. strains isolated from pork carcasses on Colombia

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    Full Text Available Objetivo: el estudio buscó establecer patrones de resistencia antimicrobiana de 155 cepas de Salmonella spp., aisladas de la superficie de canales de cerdo, procedentes de plantas de beneficio en Colombia. Metodología: mediante el método de difusión en disco (Bauer et. Kirby, 1966 se evaluaron nueve antimicrobianos: Amoxicilina y ácido clavulánico (30 ug, Ampicilina (10 ug, Ceftiofur (30 ug, Ciprofloxacina (5 ug, Cloranfenicol (30 ug, Florfenicol (30 ug, Gentamicina (10 ug, Sulfadiazina y Trimetoprim (25 ug y Tetraciclina (30 ug. Resultados: los resultados confirmaron la presencia de cepas multiresistentes de Salmonella spp. de origen porcino, mostrando 30 patrones diferentes de multiresistencia; el más común fue Ampicilina, Amoxicilina, Cloranfenicol, Florfenicol y Tetraciclina en el 16,77% (n=26 de las cepas. Tetraciclina y Florfenicol fueron los antimicrobianos menos efectivos en el 94,84% (n=147 y 47,74% (n=74 de cepas resistentes, respectivamente. Discusión: se deben consolidar los sistemas de monitoreo, y de vigilancia y control de las resistencias antimicrobianas para prevenir, con un enfoque de cadena productiva, la diseminación de cepas multiresistentes en alimentos de origen animal, como parte integral del sistema de gestión de inocuidad de los alimentos en Colombia. - Objetivo: el estudio buscó establecer patrones de resistencia antimicrobiana de 155 cepas de Salmonella spp., aisladas de la superficie de canales de cerdo, procedentes de plantas de beneficio en Colombia. Metodología: mediante el método de difusión en disco (Bauer et. Kirby, 1966 se evaluaron nueve antimicrobianos: Amoxicilina y ácido clavulánico (30 ug, Ampicilina (10 ug, Ceftiofur (30 ug, Ciprofloxacina (5 ug, Cloranfenicol (30 ug, Florfenicol (30 ug, Gentamicina (10 ug, Sulfadiazina y Trimetoprim (25 ug y Tetraciclina (30 ug. Resultados: los resultados confirmaron la presencia de cepas multiresistentes de Salmonella spp. de origen porcino, mostrando

  17. Mathematical Fluid Dynamics of Store and Stage Separation

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    34Theoretical Aerodynamics in Today’s Real World," Opportunities and Challenges," Julian D. Cole Lecture , 4 th AIAA Theoretical Fluid Dynamics Meeting, June...Reports A 4th AIAA Theoretical Fluid Dynamics Meeting Julian D. Cole Lecture June 6-9, 2005 Toronto, Canada AIAA 2005-5059 Theoretical Aerodynamics in...technique was developed to treat the problem of shock manipulation by MHD Lorentz forces in Ref. 68 that has been validated by large scale CFD and

  18. Analysis and High-Resolution Modeling of Tropical Cyclogenesis During the TCS-08 and TPARC Field Campaign

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    2014-10-13

    frequency eddies in tropical cyclone formation. 15. SUBJECT TERMS Tropical cyclogenesis, Madden-Julian Oscillation, El nino-Southern Oscillation 16...hand, the large-scale control of the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) and El Nino-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) on TC genesis in the WNP will be examined...through the TC southeastward energy dispersion, by which the induces Rossby wave train triggers the convection-circulation feedback . The indirect process

  19. Misoprostol for medical treatment of missed abortion: a systematic review and network meta-analysis.

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    Wu, Hang-Lin; Marwah, Sheeba; Wang, Pei; Wang, Qiu-Meng; Chen, Xiao-Wen

    2017-05-10

    The efficacy and safety of misoprostol alone for missed abortion varied with different regimens. To evaluate existing evidence for the medical management of missed abortion using misoprostol, we undertook a comprehensive review and meta-analysis. The electronic literature search was conducted using PubMed, the Cochrane Library, Embase, EBSCOhost Online Research Databases, Springer Link, ScienceDirect, Web of Science, Ovid Medline and Google Scholar. 18 studies of 1802 participants were included in our analysis. Compared with vaginal misoprostol of 800 ug or sublingual misoprostol of 600 ug, lower-dose regimens (200 ug or 400 ug) by any route of administration tend to be significantly less effective in producing abortion within about 24 hours. In terms of efficacy, the most effective treatment was sublingual misoprostol of 600 ug and the least effective was oral misoprostol of 400 ug. In terms of tolerability, vaginal misoprostol of 400 ug was reported with fewer side effects and sublingual misoprostol of 600 ug was reported with more side effects. Misoprostol is a non-invasive, effective medical method for completion of abortion in missed abortion. Sublingual misoprostol of 600 ug or vaginal misoprostol of 800 ug may be a good choice for the first dose. The ideal dose and medication interval of misoprostol however needs to be further researched.

  20. Utilization of rice straw for laccase production by Streptomyces psammoticus in solid-state fermentation.

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    Niladevi, Kizhakkedathu Narayanan; Sukumaran, Rajeev Kumar; Prema, Parukuttyamma

    2007-10-01

    Laccase production from a novel actinobacterial strain, Streptomyces psammoticus, MTCC 7334 was optimized in solid-state fermentation. The process parameters were initially optimized by the conventional "one factor at a time" approach, and the optimal levels of the factors that had considerable influence on enzyme production were identified by response surface methodology. Rice straw was identified as a suitable substrate for laccase production (17.3 U/g), followed by coffee pulp (15.8 U/g). Other optimized conditions were particle size, 500-1,000 mum (21.2 U/g); initial moisture content, 65% (26.8 U/g); pH of moistening solution, 8.0 (26.9 U/g); incubation temperature, 32 degrees C (27.6 U/g) and inoculum size, 1.5 x 10(7) CFU (33.8 U/g). Yeast extract served as the best nitrogen source (34.8 U/g). No enhancement in enzyme yield was observed with carbon supplementation. The level of yeast extract, inoculum size and copper sulphate were optimized statistically. Statistical optimization performed using a central composite design resulted in threefold increase in laccase activity (55.4 U/g) as compared to the unoptimized medium (17.3 U/g). The upgrading of fermented rice straw for fodder enhancement is also discussed briefly.

  1. The experimental research of antiherpes simplex virus effects of various components in the root of Astragalus membranaceus%黄芪多种成分抗人疱疹病毒的初步实验研究

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    王志洁; 黄铁牛; 刘焱文; 鲁遂荣; 杨占秋; 方学韫

    2002-01-01

    目的:为了开发利用黄芪的抗病毒性质,我们进行了此项研究.方法:我们以阿昔洛韦(ACV)为阳性对照,采用对病毒所致细胞病变的抑制及空斑减数实验,观察了黄芪总皂苷、总多糖、总黄酮抗HSV药效.结果:在Hep-2细胞系统中,ACV对HSV-1 HS-1株直接杀灭、感染阻断、增殖抑制的ED50为30.83ug/ml,16.04ug/ml,20.04ug/ml;对HSV-2 333株的相应ED50为16.45ug/ml,18.62ug/ml,10.85ug/ml.黄芪总皂苷对HSV-1 HS-1株相应ED50为1.68ug/ml,1.72ug/ml,1.95ug/ml;对HSV-2 333株相应ED50为1.73ug/ml,2.70ug/ml,2.74ug/ml.黄芪总多糖对HSV-1 HS-1株的相应ED50为4.03ug/ml,5.33ug/ml,4.90ug/ml;对HSV-2 333株相应ED50为6.04ug/ml,5.43ug/ml,7.50ug/ml.黄芪总黄酮对HSV-1 HS-1株的相应ED50为4.95ug/ml,2.75ug/ml,3.49ug/ml;对HSV-2 333株的相应ED50为3.56ug/ml,3.93ug/ml,6.27ug/m.结论:黄芪总皂苷对HSV-1的治疗指数(TI)为ACV的4.4,2.4,2.5倍;对HSV-2的治疗指数为ACV的2.3,1.0,1.6倍.总多糖对HSV-1的治疗指数为ACV的10.3,4.1,5.5倍;对HSV-2的治疗指数为ACV的3.7,2.7,3.3倍.总黄酮的治疗指数与ACV相近.值得开发利用.

  2. A cognitively plausible model for grammar induction

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    Roni Katzir

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available This paper aims to bring theoretical linguistics and cognition-general theories of learning into closer contact. I argue that linguists' notions of rich UGs are well-founded, but that cognition-general learning approaches are viable as well and that the two can and should co-exist and support each other. Specifically, I use the observation that any theory of UG provides a learning criterion -- the total memory space used to store a grammar and its encoding of the input -- that supports learning according to the principle of Minimum Description-Length. This mapping from UGs to learners maintains a minimal ontological commitment: the learner for a particular UG uses only what is already required to account for linguistic competence in adults. I suggest that such learners should be our null hypothesis regarding the child's learning mechanism, and that furthermore, the mapping from theories of UG to learners provides a framework for comparing theories of UG.

  3. MX Siting Investigation. Geotechnical Evaluation. Aggregate Resources Report, Utah-Nevada Study Area.

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    1980-03-03

    Limestone Mountains 119 UGS-B8 Gilson Su Limestone Mountains 120 UGS-B9 Sheeprook Mu QuartziteMountains 121 UGS- B10 Sheeprook Mu Quartzite Mountains...EXPLANATION III I ’KII bi..4m Ir I baa * l Kb niF Sl’&~ It a I bu* I l ba) Nal* as. ,Kb sils I CIC~rIleeliUCI +t* FMl it H V u .j ........ 1

  4. The Role of Intestinal Bacteria in Acute Diarrheal Diseases

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    1980-01-01

    Bovine + Bovine! Bovine + Guinea pig +. Chicken + MOLECULAR Weight: 13,00 23,800 12,500 SIZE: 5-lOnm 7nm TISSUE: Human buccal Rabbit Rabbit Mucosa...8. ACRIDINE ORANGE •ř ug/ml 10 0I 9. NEOMYCIN SULFATE •-5 ug/ml90 10. NALIDIXIC ACIDr 50 ug/ml 1 1 𔃺+ + + + In+ + > + + + +) :4 +0 a VI Efa CD 4) (A

  5. Metabolomic effects in HepG2 cells exposed to CeO2, SiO2 and CuO nanomaterials.

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    To better assess potential hepatotoxicity of nanomaterials, human liver HepG2 cells were exposed for three days to 5 different CeO2 (either 30 or 100 ug/ml), 3 SiO2 based (30 ug/ml) or 1 CuO (3 ug/ml) nanomaterials with dry primary particle sizes ranging from 15 to 213 nm. Metab...

  6. Metabolomic effects in HepG2 cells exposed to CeO2, SiO2 and CuO nanomaterials.

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    To better assess potential hepatotoxicity of nanomaterials, human liver HepG2 cells were exposed for three days to 5 different CeO2 (either 30 or 100 ug/ml), 3 SiO2 based (30 ug/ml) or 1 CuO (3 ug/ml) nanomaterials with dry primary particle sizes ranging from 15 to 213 nm. Metab...

  7. Gene : CBRC-AGAM-02-0153 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available ' /gb=BM609629 /gi=18907733 /ug=Aga.36101 /len=688 3e-13 30% MFCDFCDFYDCRKNFCDFCDCRKMFCDFCDCRKNFCDFCDCRKNFCDFCDCRKNFCNFCDFCDFCDCRKNFC...DFCDCRKNLCDFCDFCDCRKNFCDFCVFCDCRKNFCDCSKNFCDCRKNFCDFCDCRKNFCDFFDCRKHFCDFCDCRKNFCDFCDCRKNLCEFCDFCDFCDCRKNFC...DFCDCRKSFCDFCDCRINFCDFCDCRKNFCDFCVCRKHFCDFCDFCDCRKNFCDFCDCRKNFCFFCDCRKNFCDFCDCRKNFC...DFCDFCDFCDCRKNFCDFCDCRKSFCDFCDCRKNFCDFCDFCDCRKNFCDFCDCRKNFCDFCDCRKNFCDFCDCRKNFCDFCDFCDFCDCRKNFCDFCDCRKNFC...DFCDFCDCRKNFCKFCDFCDCRKNFCDFCDCRKNFCDFCDCRKNFCDFCDFCDFCDCRKNFCDFCDCRKNFCDFCDFCDYRKNFCDFCDFCDCRKNFCDFCDCRKNFC

  8. Gene : CBRC-RNOR-06-0123 [SEVENS

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  9. Gene : CBRC-DDIS-02-0003 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available [Dictyostelium discoideum AX4] 0.0 100% gnl|UG|Ddi#S16822690 Dictyostelium discoideum partial dstB gene for ...NNDYNDNSSNEEENEYSIIKRKKKIKIAPTISKLLSIKKSEFNSDDNSDEESYEDDFVDYENENENENENENEYKNENENEDNKNEDNQDNDLAPSSSKLFRFLCTPKIQTNIKINNNKNKNKNKGNNDST...NNKSLISQTNNFVKSFKNENISNITFNERKNVLGMVLIKIGAGAKNNSSTRVEQKVEKEEERGEEEDFHYYLDSDGDSTISEYDIEDPFVDDSLLLIKDHAHSDSNGI

  10. Gene : CBRC-CELE-01-0028 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available gi=133957878 /ug=Cel.23492 /len=932 2e-10 35% MVHLDLVPGSGLLLLTAQVYLDLMVHLDLVPGSGLLLLTAQVYLDLMVHLDL...VPGSGLLLLTTQVHLDLMVHLVLAYSDLTIHLVHLVLAYSDLMAHLVHLVLAYSDLMAHLVHLVLAYLDLMVHLVHLVLAYLDLMAHLVHLVLAYLDL...MVHLVHLVLAYSDLMVHLVHLVLAYLDLTVHLVHLVLAYLDLMAHLVHLVLAYSDLMVHLVHLVLAYLDLMVHLIHLVLAYLDLMAHLVHLVLAYSDLMVHLVHLVLAYLDL...MAHLVHLVLAYSDLMTHLVHLVLAYSDLMVHLVHLVLAYLDLTVHLVHLVLAYSDLMAHLVHLVLAYSDLMAHLVHLVLAYLDL...MAHLVHLVLAYLDLTVHLVHLVLAYSDLMAHLVHLVLAYSDLMAHLVHLVLACLDLMVHLVHLDLAHLDLANLELAHLDLVHWDLAHLDLAHLDLVHLDLVHLDLA ...

  11. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-3263 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available _end=3' /gb=DR897724 /gi=71586976 /ug=Str.41542 /len=734 3e-23 35% MTCMYLRVSTCIYVYLLASTCIYVYLCVSTCI...YVYLPVSMCIYLYLCVSTCIYVYLPVSTCIYLYLRVSTCIYLYLPVSTCIYLYLRVSTCIYVYLPVSTCIYLYLRVSTCIYVYLPVSMCIYLYLCVSTCIYLYLCVSTCI...YVYLPVSMCIYLYLRVSTCIYVYLPVSTGIYMYLPVSTCIYLYLCVSTCIYGYLHVSTCIYVYLPVSMCIYLYLSISTCIYMYLPVST...YIYMYLPVFMCIYVYLPLSICIHMYLPVSMCICIYVYLYLCVSVSMCICIYVYLPVSTVCVTTGIYLYLRVSTCIYVYLPVSTCIATI ...

  12. The status quo and technical development direction of underground gas storages in China

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    Guosheng Ding

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available UGS (underground gas storage construction in China has stepped into a new development stage after years of exploration. The eleven UGSs that have been put into production play an important role in domestic natural gas peak shaving safety and supply guarantee, with designed working gas volume of 180 × 108 m3, but there are still various difficulties in UGS construction in China. Firstly, the increasing speed of working gas volume is slower than that of peak shaving demand volume. Secondly, the UGS building engineering is difficult in technologies and high in investment costs. Thirdly, safe operation is under high pressure and it is hard to identify and control risks. Fourthly, there are fewer candidate UGS sites in China and UGS building conditions are complicated. And fifthly, it is difficult for those UGSs to realize economic benefits only based on their own operation under the existing natural gas price systems. To sum up, the currently available UGS operation modes and building technologies in China are not sufficient to cope with the challenges resulted from markets and complex geologic conditions. Facing all these challenges, it is necessary not only to explore market driven operation modes, but also to strengthen technology tackling and carry out core technological research and development, including geologic evaluation, gas reservoir engineering, drilling and completion engineering, UGS injection and gas recovery engineering, surface auxiliary technologies and UGS integrity evaluation, so that UGS building efficiency can be increased greatly.

  13. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-1537 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available 653248 /gi=117310294 /ti=1608684559 /ug=Str.72381 /len=892 3e-06 30% MPKGHKASIYAVPTSCIMPTGNTASIYEEPTSCIMP...TGHTVSIYAKPTPSIMPTGHTASIYAVPTSCIMPTGHTASIYAVPTSCIMPTGHKASIYEVPTSCIMPTGHTASIYEVPTASIM...PTGHTACIYAAATSCIIPTGHIASIYAVTTSCIIPTGHTASIYEEPKSCIMPIGHTASISVVPTSCIMPTGNTASIYAVPTSYIMPTGHTAGIYAVPTSIMXXXXXXX

  14. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-2729 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available 559 /gi=71785299 /ug=Str.71415 /len=820 6e-19 35% MQPPVYTTRLFHAAPCISHWALPCSPLYIPLRSSMQPPVYPTALFHAAPCI...SHCALPCSPLYIPLRSSMQPPVYTTALFHAAPCISHCALPCSPLYIPLGFSMQPPVYPTGLFHAAPCISHWALPCRPLYIPLGFSMQPPVYPTGLFHAAPCI...SHCALPCSPLYIPLRSSMQPPVYPTALFHAAPCISHCALPCSPLYIPLGSSMQPPVYPTALFHAAPCISHWAFPCSPLYIPLGSSMKHRTTFMQKTSTDAPAVPHTRSLTSCKLSLMLLPGLPKPFYIGIPRPYSQ ...

  15. Gene : CBRC-HSAP-03-0094 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available LV03582 /gb=AK130500 /gi=34527316 /ug=Hs.658176 /len=1881 7e-31 36% MYIYHIYLIYISYISHIYISYISYISHISHIYISYISH...ISHIYISYISHISHIYHIYLIYISYIYDIYLIYIIYMIYISYMYHIYLIYMYHIYISYICIIYISHIYVSYIYLIYMYHIYISYICIIYISH...IYVSYIYLIYMYHIYISYICIIYISHIYVSYIYLIYMYHIYISYICIIYISYICIIYISYICITYISHIYVSHIYLIYMYHIYISHIYVSYIYISYICIIYIYLIYIYNFFFF ...

  16. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-2704 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available rotein product [Mus musculus] 1e-27 45% gnl|UG|Str#S24546535 Xenopus tropicalis finished cDNA, clone TGas097...FIIYLSIIYVSIIMYLLSIYLSIIYLSSIYLSIYLSLSSIYQLSSYVFIIYLYISIYHLSIYHLSIIYVSIIMYLLSIYLYLSSIYQLSSYVFIIYLYLSISH

  17. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-1671 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available rotein product [Mus musculus] 7e-21 45% gnl|UG|Str#S24546535 Xenopus tropicalis finished cDNA, clone TGas097...SLSLCSLPPFSPSLSLSLPETLLCVCVARQTGYLSIYLSIHLSIYLSTRHPIYLSIIYLSIYLSICLPVILSISQSSIYQSTYLSSIFLSSIIIHIYPFIYHRSYLSIYHLSSYHHIFLYLSVYLSFYLSLNHLPISHLYLSFYHLYLSISIHFSINHIYLSIYYHLSIHHGCISIYHL ...

  18. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-2631 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available 3546 /ug=Str.51306 /len=840 1e-25 36% MCKAQPPGYFPLYPTISHYSHYIPLYPIISRYIPLYPIISHYIPLYPIISHYIPLYPTISH...YIPLYPTISHYIPLYPIISHYIPLYPTISHYIPLYPIISHYIPLYPIISHYIPLYPTISHYIPLYPIISHYIPLYLTISHYILLYPIISHYIPLYSIISQYIPLYPTISH...YIPLYSAVSRYIPLHPTISHYIPLYPIISHHIPLYPITSHYIPLYLTISNYIPFYPTISHYIPLYPIISHHIPLYPTISGYISPYPTIFHYIPLYPIISRYIPLYPTISH...YIPLYPTLSHYIPLYPIISHYIPLYPIISRYIPLYPIISHYIPLYPIISRYIPLYPTISHYIPLYSAVSRYIPLHPTISH...YIPPYPTISHYIPLYLTISHYIPLYPILSHVIPVYPIISHYIPLYPTISHYIPLYPTIFRLYPTISHYIPLYPIISHYIPLYPIISHYIPLYLTISHYNLILTPHFPFIHTEPFQTITNLLFLCPNLQPTL ...

  19. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-1852 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available eceptor [Xenopus tropicalis] 1e-166 100% gnl|UG|Str#S22514737 Xenopus tropicalis finished cDNA, clone TEgg03...VAVYLRDWKNGMSLGECDRTILSMGCNNLLLQGCLSVSEFINIFQLYRLFFKEFTVLGCILFLFLSYLSMWLTVCLSICYCVKLANISH

  20. Gene : CBRC-PMAR-01-0475 [SEVENS

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  1. Gene : CBRC-AGAM-04-0078 [SEVENS

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  2. Gene : CBRC-PMAR-01-0324 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available d=5' /gb=EG024802 /gi=115341549 /ug=Pma.618 /len=652 2e-14 24% MFCRCRCHWFFMFCRCRCHWFFMFCRCRCHWFFMFCRCRC...HWFFMFCRCRYHWFFMFCRCRCHWFFMFCRCRCHWFFMFCRCRCHWFFMFCRCRCHWFFMFCRCRCHWFFMFCRCRCHWFFMFCRCRCHWFFVFCRSRCHWFFMFCRCRC...HWFFMFCRCRFNWFFMFCRCRCHWFFMFCRSRCHWFFMFCRCRCHWFFVFCRSRCHWFFMFCRCRCHWFFVFCRSRCHWFFMFCRCRCHWFFMFYRCRCLNDAAVHKNKNTAIVHVCKVTP ...

  3. Gene : CBRC-CINT-01-0073 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available 500 /gi=47795328 /ug=Cin.16042 /len=777 0.22 22% MCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXIYKMSMLIYMMSMLIYMMSMLIYMMSMLIYMMSMLIYKLSMLIYMMSMLIYMMSMLIYMMS...MLIYMMSMLIYMMSMLIYMMSMLIYKMSMLIYMMSMLIYMMSMLIYMMSMLIYMMSMLIYKMSMLIYMMSMLIYMMSMLIYMMSMLIYMMSMLIYKLSMLIYMMSMLIYMMS...MLIYMMSMLIYMMSMLIYMMSMLIYMMSMLIYKMSMLIYMMSMLIYMMSMLIYMMSMLIYMMSMLIYMMSMLIYMMS...MLIYMMSMLIYMMSMLIYRLSXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

  4. Gene : CBRC-PMAR-01-0595 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available =3' /gb=EE272592 /gi=111172325 /ug=Pma.6919 /len=680 2e-04 30% MRLEYLAAIHFNVMMSHFVMMSHFVMMSHFVMMSHVVMMS...YFVMMSHFVMMSHFVMSHVVMMSHFVMSHFVMMSHVVMMSHFVMMSHFVMMSHVVMMSHFVMMNHFVMMNHFVMMSHFVMMSHFVMMSHFVMSHVVMMS...HFVMMNHFVMMNHFVMMSHFVMMSHFVMMSHFVMMNHFVMMNHFVMMSHFVMMSHFVXXXXEPLRDDEPLRDDEPLRDDEPLRDDEPLRDDESLR

  5. Gene : CBRC-OLAT-01-0033 [SEVENS

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  6. Gene : CBRC-HSAP-06-0113 [SEVENS

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  7. Green justice in the city

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    Rutt, Rebecca Leigh; Gulsrud, Natalie Marie

    2016-01-01

    tIn this short communication, we discuss European urban green space (UGS) research from an environ-mental justice perspective. We show that European UGS scholarship primarily focuses on functionalvalues and managerial aspects of UGS, while paying less attention to equity in the enjoyment...... of anddecision-making around UGS. On this basis we discuss potentials for European urban green space researchto take up a more explicit environmental justice framing to shed much-needed light on injustices inEuropean cities and inspire change in policy and practice....

  8. White dwarfs in an ungravity-inspired model

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    Bertolami, Orfeu; Mariji, Hodjat

    2016-05-01

    An ungravity-inspired model is employed to examine the astrophysical parameters of white dwarf stars (WDs) using polytropic and degenerate gas approaches. Based on the observed properties such as mass, radius, and luminosity of selected WDs, namely, Sirius B and ɛ Reticulum, bounds on the characteristic length and scaling dimension of the ungravity (UG) model are estimated. The UG effect on the Chandrasekhar limit for WDs is shown. The UG model is examined in the study of ultramassive WDs, e.g., EUVE J1746-706. The UG-inspired model implies that a new location for some WDs on the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram is found.

  9. White dwarfs in an ungravity-inspired model

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    Bertolami, Orfeu

    2016-01-01

    An ungravity-inspired model is employed to examine the astrophysical parameters of white dwarf stars (WDs) using polytropic and degenerate gas approaches. Based on the observed properties such as mass, radius, and luminosity of selected WDs, namely, Sirius B and $\\epsilon$ Reticulum, bounds on the characteristic length and scaling dimension of the ungravity (UG) model are estimated. The UG effect on the Chandrasekhar limit for WDs is shown. The UG model is examined in the study of ultra-massive WDs, e.g., EUVE J1746-706. In the contact of UG inspired model, a new location for some WDs on the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram is found.

  10. Responses of Plant Community and Soil Properties to Inter-Annual Precipitation Variability and Grazing Durations in a Desert Steppe in Inner Mongolia

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    WANG Zhen; YUN Xiang-jun; WEI Zhi-jun; Michael P Schellenberg; WANG Yun-feng; YANG Xia; HOU Xiang-yang

    2014-01-01

    Grazing can dramatically affect arid grassland communities that are very vulnerable to environmental changes due to its relatively short and sparse ground coverage, low biomass, sandy soil and inter-annual precipitation found in the desert steppe. The study investigates the effects of different grazing durations on vegetation and soil properties of a desert steppe community. The experiment was conducted in Xisu Banner in Inner Mongolia with ifve treatments:CG (continuous grazing), 40UG (40 d ungrazed), 50UG (50 d ungrazed), 60UG (60 d ungrazed) and UG (ungrazed). The biomass of both shrub and annual-biennial plant communities were signiifcantly decreased by CG. Continuous grazing and 40UG signiifcantly reduced the ANPP (aboveground net primary productivity) by the end of the three year study. 60UG treatment increased soil organic carbon (OC), total nitrogen concentration (TN) and total phosphorus concentration (TP) concentrations and 50UG increased the TN and total phosphorus concentration (TK) concentrations, whereas CG, 40UG and 50UG decreased soil OC, TP and available phosphorus concentration (AP) concentrations. The perennial plant species of the desert steppe were generally tolerant for grazing. The annual-biennial plant species had large variability in ANPP because of the inter-annual precipitation. Our results highlight that inter-annual precipitation variations could strongly modify the community responses to grazing in arid ecosystems.

  11. Gene : CBRC-GGAL-35-0392 [SEVENS

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  12. Gene : CBRC-RMAC-03-0000 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available 84786 /gi=109074291 /ug=Mmu.3095 /len=4670 1.5 23% MVLYIYSVVHSVTEAHSRCCAYSVAEAHSRCCAYSVAEVHSRCCSFSGGSAFTVLCL...FSGRSAFTVLFIQWRKRIHGVVLIQWRKCIHGVVLILWRKRIHSVVLSVTSAFTVLCIQWQKRIHDVGDLVTEAHSQCAYSVVGSAFTVLCIQWRKCIHGIVLIQWRKCIHGVVLILWRKRIHGVVHSV...SDRSAFTVLCLFSGRSTFTVLCLLSGRSAFTVLCIQWRKRIHGVVHSVAEVHLWCCAFSGRSAFMVLCLFSGRSAFTVLCIQWRKRIHGVVHSVVEVHLWCCAFSGGSAFMVLCLFSGRSACTVLCI ...

  13. Gene : CBRC-DRER-26-0538 [SEVENS

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  14. Gene : CBRC-DRER-26-0539 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available 1 /gi=18051136 /ug=Dr.123401 /len=591 7e-37 89% MSFSQPAEVKRSSNANSVRDIDFYLQLSSTCLTVHEMLSKTKRMMHFSGWIWFYHILYWTLKMSFSQPAEVKISSN...ANSVRDIDFHLQRALTCLTVHEMLSKTKRMMHFSGWIWFYHILYWTLKMSFSQPAEVKISSNANS...VRDIDFHMQLSSTCLTVHEMLSKTKRMMHFSGWIWFYHILYWTLKMSFSQPAEVKISSNANSVRDIDFHLQLSSTCLTVHEMLSKTKRMMHFSGWIWFYHILYWTLKMSFSQPAEVKISSN...SGWIWFYHILYWTLKISFSQPAEVKISSNANSVRDIDFHLQGALTCLTVHEMLSKTKRMMHFSGWIWFYYILYWTLKMSFSQPAEVKISSNANSVRDIDFHLQLALTCLTVHV ...

  15. Improved Understanding of Sources of Variability in Groundwater Sampling for Long-Term Monitoring Programs

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    2013-02-01

    Lab Sample ID: 600-44501-11 Acetone 1100 RL 1000 ug/L 8260B Total/ NA200 MDL 200 Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep Type Benzene 8260B...8260B Total/ NA200 MDL 22 Analyte Result Qualifier Unit Dil Fac D Method Prep Type Trichloroethene - DL 8260B Total/NA1100 200 ug/L 20036 cis-1,2...L 8260B Total/ NA200 MDL 200 Benzene 8260B Total/NA7100 200 ug/L 20016 Chlorobenzene 8260B Total/NA2200 200 ug/L 20024 Chloroform 8260B Total/NA57 J

  16. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-1559 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available 204 /gi=57263036 /ug=Str.65204 /len=767 3e-19 41% MGLLGLWVGLLGLCMGLLGLWVGLVSLCMGLLGLCMGLLGLWVGLLGLCMGLLGLC...MGLLGLWVGLVSLCMRLVGLCMRLVGLSMGLVGLSMGLVDLSMGLVGLCMGLVGLCMGLVGLCMELVGLCMGLVGLCMGLVGLCMELVGLCMELVGFCRGLVGLCM...ELVGFCRGLVGLCMELVGFCRGLVGLCMELVGLCMELVGFCRGLVGLCMELVGLCMELVGLCMELVGFCRGLVGLCMELVGFCMGLVGFCMGLVGLCMGLVGLCMELVGXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXV ...

  17. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-11-0144 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available 2340) /gb=NM_001102466 /gi=156447021 /ug=Mdm.4764 /len=2340 1.4 25% MDSLMYSKTIAPTECLPTLLALIRFLP...SVDSLMYRKTGALPECLPTLLAFIRFLPSVDSLMFSKTGAHTECLSTLLAFIRFLPSVDSLMISKTVAHNECLSTLLAFIRFLPSVDSLVINKMRSLPECLPALLAFIRFLP...SVDSLMFSKTGAHTKCLSTLLAFIRFLPSVDSLMYSKTGAHTECLSTLLAFIRFLPSVDSLMTSKTGAHTECLSTLLAFIRFLPSVDSLMYRKTGAHTECLSTLLAFIRFLP...SVDSLMFSKTGSLPECLSTQLTFIRFLPSVDSLMINKMGSLSECLPTLLAFIRFLPSVD...SPMFSKPGAHTECFSTLLTFIRFFPSVDFLMMNKMGALPECLFTLTAFIRFILSVDTLMINKMGVVNECLSTLLAFIRFLPSVDSPMTSKAGAHTECLSTLLAFIRFLP

  18. Ultrasound-Guided Miniscalpel-Needle Release versus Dry Needling for Chronic Neck Pain: A Randomized Controlled Trial

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    Yongjun Zheng

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Objective. To compare ultrasound-guided miniscalpel-needle (UG-MSN release versus ultrasound-guided dry needling (UG-DN for chronic neck pain. Methods. A total of 169 patients with chronic neck pain were randomized to receive either UG-MSN release or UG-DN. Before treatment and at 3 and 6 months posttreatment, pain was measured using a 10-point visual analogue scale (VAS. Neck function was examined using the neck disability index. Health-related quality of life was examined using the physical component score (PCS and mental component score (MCS of the SF-36 health status scale. Results. Patients in the UG-MSN release had greater improvement on the VAS (by 2 points at 3 months and 0.9 points at 6 months versus in the UG-DN arm; (both P<0.0001. Patients receiving UG-MSN release also showed significantly lower scores on the adjusted neck disability index, as well as significantly lower PCS. No severe complications were observed. Conclusion. UG-MSN release was superior to UG-DN in reducing pain intensity and neck disability in patients with chronic neck pain and was not associated with severe complications. The procedural aspects in the two arms were identical; however, we did not verify the blinding success. As such, the results need to be interpreted with caution.

  19. Gene : CBRC-OLAT-03-0000 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available 50 /gi=112329125 /ug=Ola.12752 /len=803 0.43 25% MMHCRLNVTSKQVCHVLFSALLSKYNIFESGGPCRWIIPGCRWIIPGCVYGLFLVVSGLFLVVSGLFLVVSGLFLVVDGLFLV...VSGLFLVVSRLFLVVDGLFLVVDGLFLVVDGLFLVVDGLFLVVSGLFLVVDGLFLVVDGLFLVVYGLFLVVDGLFLVVDGLFLVVDGLFLVVDGLFLVVDGLFLV...VDGLFLVVDGLFLVVDGLFLVVDGLFLVVSGLFLVVDGLFLVVDGLFLVVDGLFLVVDGLFLVVSGLFLVVDGLFLVVDGLFLV...VDGLFLVVDGLFLVVSGLFLVVDRLFLVVDVLFLVVDGLFLVVDGLFLVVSGLFLVVSGLFLVVDGLFLVVDGLFLVVDGLFPVVLMAYSWL ...

  20. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-01-0535 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available b=NM_001099541 /gi=153792217 /ug=Mdm.4732 /len=2349 2e-07 43% MLVHYCSLLTKRLEYKSRTCLLSLSSLCLSLPPSLSPSLSLSLS...LSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSVSLSLSLSPSLSLPLSLSLSLCFSPSLSPSLSPSLSLSLCLCLSVSLSVSLPLSLSLCFSPSLSPSLSLLLSLSLSLSLSLSVSLSLSLSLS...PSLCLYLSPSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLCLSLCLSPPLSVSISLPLSQSLSLSLSLCLSLCLSVSLCRFFLDNIISMGN ...

  1. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-11-0013 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available gb=NM_001033969 /gi=77020290 /ug=Mdm.221 /len=5710 1e-04 30% MCLWLPLSLWGLSLWLSLPVSLPLVLSLWLSLSLSFSLSLSLS...LPLSPSLYISLSLWSLITVGVYVYGAVSQRLQGGPGLKGSGSNVVSDSXLCHLSVSLCLSVSLSLSLSLSISLSLSVSLSVSLSVHLSVSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLS...LSLSLSVSVSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSVSLSLSLCLSLCLSLCLCLCLSLCPSLCLSLSLSLSISLSLSVSLCLSVSPSLPSSLLLSVSVSVSLSLSLSLSPLSLSPPFFNQ ...

  2. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-03-0002 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available b=NM_001102448 /gi=156255181 /ug=Mdm.4769 /len=2328 0.003 37% MSGDFSSLFYYYIKHRLLSVSLSLSVSLCLSVSLSLSLSLSLS...LSPSFSPSLSLCLSLCLSLSLPPSLSLSLSLSLSLSVSPSLSLSVSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSVSLSLCLSLSVSVSLSLCLSLSLSLCLSLCLSLSLCLSLSLS...VSQSLSLSLSLCLSLSLCLSLSVSLSLSLSVSLSLSVSLSLSLSLSVSLSVSLSLSLPLSLSVSLCLSVSLCLSLSVSLSLCLSVPPSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSVSLSLSLYIYIYIYIYTHT ...

  3. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-03-0159 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available b=NM_001033969 /gi=77020290 /ug=Mdm.221 /len=5710 3e-05 31% MSTTTNLSSFYFSYLVRRTSASHILFSLSLPVLRVVSLS...PPLSPAIFLSILSHSQYLSSLSLLCPLCLWVSSLSLSISLSLSLSLSSLLSLSLFSLSLFLSLSISLSLFSPLSLSLSLSLLSPLSLLSLSLSSLLSLSLSFSLSLSLSLSLSLS...LSSLLSLSLSSLSLSLSLSLFLSLSPLSSLSLSFSLSLSLSLSSLLSLSLCLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLRNPINPTHLYFLFWSLRDKEGERVIS ...

  4. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-03-0033 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available b=NM_001102451 /gi=156255185 /ug=Mdm.4767 /len=2493 0.008 30% MSVSCLSLSLCLSVSLCLSVSLSLCLLSLSFSVSLSLSVSLS...VSLSISLSLSLSVSLSLSVSLSLCLSLSLSLSLSLSLFISLSLSVSLSLCLSLSFSLCLSVSLSLSVSLSLCLLSLSFSVSLSLSVSLSVSLSISLSLSLSVSLS...LCLSLSLCLSVSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLCLSLSLCLSVSLSLCLSLSLSLSLSVSLSLSLSLSLSLSLLFQKVGPAFLSHIL ...

  5. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-01-0488 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available b=NM_001099541 /gi=153792217 /ug=Mdm.4732 /len=2349 8e-04 36% MAPSGFRLSPSLHPSLSVSLPLSVSFSVSISVSISLS...LCLCLSVSLSPSPLPPLCLSVSLSPSLPSPSPSLSLCLCLCLSVSLSLSLSVSLPLSLSLLPISLCLSLSLSLSLCLSVSVSLSLSVSLSLSLSLSLCLCLSVSLSLSLSLSLS...LSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSPSLPSPLLPVSPSLPPSPSSHSLSLCLCLFLSPSLTLPPPPSSLSLPPSLPLPPLTLSFFLFLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSRPLSVKLIFVKDRSDQGALALIMLQ ...

  6. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-03-0386 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available b=NM_001099541 /gi=153792217 /ug=Mdm.4732 /len=2349 7e-04 42% MEPKLPYAHRGHSHASAPLSYEQQSSISLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLS...LSLSLSLCVWRAVSLCVGVCVCLCRVWLGVGVFVWRWVSLXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSFSVLSLSVSLSLSLSLSLPLSLSLSLS...LSVFLSLSVSVSVPLSVSLSLSLSLSLCLCLSLSLSLSLPLSLSLSLSLSPSLSLCLCLSLSLSLSVSVSLSLPLSLSLSLSLSLCLSLPPSLSVSLSLCLSLSLSLTQPVVF ...

  7. Gene : CBRC-MMUS-06-0148 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available ) /gb=X67863 /gi=296381 /ug=Mm.439762 /len=1263 2e-39 53% MFLALSVSLSLSLSLSVSVCLCLSLSVSVCLCLFLSVSLSLSLSLSLSLPLPLPLSLSLSLSVSLSLSLS...VSVSLSLPPSLSLSSLSLSVSVSVCLCLSLSVSLSLSLSLSPSPSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSVSLSLCLCLCLCLSLSLSLSPSLSLS...PLSLSLCLSLSLSVSVCLSLPLSLSLSSFSLSLSLSLCLSVSVSVSVCLCLSLSLPPSLFLSPLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLFSLSY ...

  8. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-07-0114 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available =NM_001102429 /gi=156231072 /ug=Mdm.4776 /len=2343 0.002 27% MMYNYFLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLFPLSVSVSLS...LSLCLCLSSLFLCLSLSLSLSLLSLSLSLSLSLCLSLLSVSISVSVSLGLCLSVSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLCLSVSLSSLSLSLSLFSLSLSLSVSVSVSLLSLS...LCLSLFLCLSLCLSLSVSLSLSSVSLSLSLCLCLSSFSLFLCLSLSLSPLCLCLCQSLSVCLSLSLSLSLSLFLSWNQYCVLELWFQGRRMTRAG ...

  9. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-07-0119 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available b=NM_001099536 /gi=156139075 /ug=Mdm.4811 /len=2349 0.18 35% MIKIFSPSRITERIKSRVPHPCISCSSFLSSLSLSSLSLSLS...LLLSLSFLRPPSLFLSVSVSLSLSVSVSLSLSLSLSLRLSLSFLPSPSLSLSLSLSVSLCLSVSLSPSLSVSLSLSLSLCLSLSLSLSISLSLCLSLSLSVSLCLCLSLS...LSLSLCLSVSLSLSLSLSLCLSLTFSLSLSLSFSLSPSFAPPLFLSVSVSLSLSVSLSVSVSVSPSLSLLPSFALPLSLSVSLCLSVSLSLCLSLSLSISISLSVSLS...LCLSVSLSLCLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSISLSPSFLRPPSLSLCLSGSCFKSYIAMEQLVVFSNHLYK ...

  10. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-03-0205 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available b=NM_001099540 /gi=153791812 /ug=Mdm.4735 /len=2349 0.002 38% MFDVSVSLSVSVSPSLCLSLSLSLSLSFSLCLSLPQSLCLSLS...VCLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSPSLPLSLSLSLPLSLSLSVSVSLSLSVSVSLSLSLSVSLCLCLSLSLSVSLCLCLSLSLSLSLSFPPSLSVSLSLSLTLSLSVSLSLS...LCLSLSLSLSLSLSVSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLPLPLSLSLSPSLSVSLCLCFSVSLSVSLSLSVSVSLSVSVSQLKIAF ...

  11. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-08-0214 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available b=NM_001099541 /gi=153792217 /ug=Mdm.4732 /len=2349 5e-06 42% MLIDSTDIFWSKSERISLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLS...LSLSLSLSVSFCLSISLVSLSLSLSLSNRLSLSQSFPSVSVSVSVSVSSLCLCLTLSKCVCLSIYMSLYLSLSVSVSQLLSICLSLSLSLPPVSVCLSVSVSLSLS...LPTLSLSLSFPPLFLSLALSLSLTLSTSLSLSLSLSLSLSVSLSLSLSLCLYLSVSLSLSAFLSLSLCLSLCPSPSPCLCLSVSVSLSLSLPPLCLCLSPLSFGL ...

  12. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-01-0006 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available b=NM_001099590 /gi=156139105 /ug=Mdm.4796 /len=2340 7e-04 40% MLSLSLFLPLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSFPLSLSLSLSLSCLSLSLS...LPLSLSLPLSSSLSPSVSLIFLLSCLSLFLLSLVSLYLCLCLFPPSLSLSLSPFLSLSLLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLPSSLSPSSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLS...LSLSPPLSPSLSPSVSLIFLLSCLSLFLLSLVSLYLCLCLFPPSLSLYVYTYTHMCVYMYIYITIIIAVCWTIAHLSSFETSQDQTQRVIINNIHNAYIEKYICLKI ...

  13. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-06-0159 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available gb=NM_001102432 /gi=156255148 /ug=Mdm.4775 /len=2526 1e-04 26% MRSINNIQLRKMNSLPYRHTPSLS...LPPSISVCLSLLCLFISVSVYLCLSLSLSVSVSVSLSVCLSLSLSLSLSLSLSVSLCLSLPLSLSVSLSLSLSLSLCLCLCLSLCLCLSLSLSVCLSLSLSLSLSLSLSVSLCLSLPLSLFVSLSLS...LSLSLCLCLCLSLCLCLSLSLSVCLSLSLSLSLSVSLSLSLSLSVSLSVSLSVSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLCLCLSVSVSVSVSISLSVSLFPPTSE ...

  14. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-05-0131 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available 640980 /gi=150387540 /ug=Mdm.4726 /len=617 2e-04 29% MLDTTCPQFSLSCLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLCLSVSLSLSVSLSLSLS...LVSLSLSLSLSLSSLSSLSCLSPLSRLSLSLSLCLSVSHLSLVSLCLSVCLCRSFLSVSLSLSSLSLSLSLSLSVSLSFSLSSLLSLSVCLSLSVFSLSVSLSLSLSLS...HLSCLSLSVCLCLSSLSLSLCLSLLSVSLSFCLSLCLSLSLSLCLCLCLCLSLSLSLSVSLCLSLSLSVSVSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLFLSLSLSVCLSVSLSLIHTHTLK ...

  15. Gene : CBRC-MDOM-11-0007 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available gb=NM_001099541 /gi=153792217 /ug=Mdm.4732 /len=2349 3e-04 40% MKIRLLFSPRSGALSLSLSLPLSLCLPPSLSLSPSPLSLSLS...LSPSVSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLFLSLSLSVSVSVSVSVSVCLSLSLSLSLSPSLSLSLSLSLCLSPSASPSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLS...LSPSLSLSLSLSLCLSPSASPSLSLSLSLSLSRSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLLLSPSLSTSPEEKHSRAGLLGPESRLPGGRPPHRWSWGSVQQWWWGGGAEGLGAALLWLRR ...

  16. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-0061 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available 7 /ug=Str.68492 /len=4460 1e-63 26% MWYSSACWVMWYSSACWVMWYSSACWVMWYRSACWVMWYSSACWVMWYRSACWVMWYSSACWVMWYRCACWVMWYSSACWVMWCRCACWVMW...YSSACWVMWYSSACWVMWYRSACWVMWYSSACWVMWCRSACWVMWYRSACWVMWYRSACWVMWYRSACWVMWYRSACWVMWCRSACWVMWCRSACWVMWYSSACWVMW...YRSACWVMWYCSACWVMWYCSACWVMWYRSACWVMWYCSACWVMWYRSACWVMWYRSACWVMWYCSACWVMWYCSACWVMW...YRSACWVMWCRSACWVMWYRSACWVMWYSSACWVMWYCSACWVMWYCSACWVMWYRSACWVMWCRSACWVMWCRSACWVMWYCSACWVMWYCSACWVMWYRSACWVMW...YSSACWVMWYRSACWVMWCRCACWVMWYCSACWVMWYYSACWVMWYSSACWVMWCRCACWVMWCRSACWVMWYRSARWVMWYCRDVGRWGTPGEWDGGVLHGGGTVGYFMGVGRWGTPWV ...

  17. Gene : CBRC-RNOR-19-0063 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available p(1,4491) /gb=XM_224535 /gi=109502037 /ug=Rn.92109 /len=5884 6e-27 49% MWEVLLMWKVLLMWEVLLMWEVLLMWEVLLRWQVLLM...REVLIIWEVFLIWKVLLIWLVLLMWQVLLMREVLLMWEVLLMWEVLLMWEVLLMWKVLLMWLVLLMWEVLLMWQVLLMREVLLMWEVLLIWEVLLMWEVLLMWLVLLMWEVLLMWEVLLMWEVLLMW...EVLLMWKVLLMWLVLLMWEVLIIWEVLLMWKVLLMREVLLMWEVLLMWEVLIIWEVFLLWKVLIWEVLLMWEVLLMWEVLLMW...KVLLMWEVLLMWEVLIIWEVLLMWLVLLMWEVLLMWEVLLMWEVLLMWEVLLMWEVILMWNVLLMWEVLLVWEVLLMWEVLLLWEILIWDILLMWEVLFMLEILLLWVVRLVWESSSCRSPPLRSPSVQYEFSEDIF ...

  18. Gene : CBRC-XTRO-01-2345 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available 1 /gi=58362658 /ug=Str.35583 /len=743 5e-17 26% MNSLCAECLSLRIWENIFIVQHFLTLWPLHFLILWPLHFLILWPLHFLTLWPLHFLTLWPLHFLTLWPLHFLTPWPLH...FLTPWPLHFLILWPLHFLTQWPLHFLTLWPLHFLTPWPLHFLTQWPLHFLTLWPLHFLILWPLHFLTQWPLHFLTLWPLHFLTLWPLHFLTQWPLHFLILWPLHFLTQWPLH...FLTLWPLHFLTLWPLHFLTLWPLHFLTLWPLHFLTQWPLHFLTLWPSFSSFLLQLWLLVAQIKQSWEGE ...

  19. Gene : CBRC-CINT-01-0045 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available b=AK116512 /gi=23589081 /ug=Cin.12858 /len=2519 1e-07 17% MSCLCHIYVMCVIFMSCVSYLCHVCRIYVMCVIFMSCCHIYVMCVIF...MSCVSYLCHVCHIYVMCVIFMSCCHIYVMCVVFMSGVSYLCHVCHIYVMCVIFMSGVSYLCQVCHIYVMCVIFMSCCHIYVMCVVFMSGVSYLCHVCHIYVMCVIF...MSGVSYLCQAYVIFMSCVLYLCHACNIYVMCVIFMSCVSFLCHVCRIYVMCVIFMSCVSYLCHVCNIYVMLXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXQVLFHTRILVALA ...

  20. Gene : CBRC-CINT-01-0049 [SEVENS

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    Full Text Available /gb=BP007675 /gi=56083692 /ug=Cin.5113 /len=927 1e-05 23% MCVIFMSCLCYIYVMCDIFVSCMSYLCHVCHIYVMCVIFMSCMLYLCQVCHIYVRCVILMSCVSYLCHAYVIF...MSCLCHICVMYVIFMSCVSYLCHVCYIYVMCDILMSCICHIYVMCVIFMSCVLYLCHVCHVYVMCVIFMSCLCHIYVMHMSYLCHVCHIYVMCVIF...MSCLCHVCYIYVMSMSYLCHVCRIYVMCVIFMSCVTYLCHVCHIYVMCVIFMSCVLYLCHACYIYVRCVIF...MSGVSYLCHVCHIYVMPMSYLCHAYVIFVSCMSYLCHVCRIYVMCVIFMSCVTYLCHVCHIYVMCVIFMSCVLYLCHAHVMFMSCVLYLCHVYVIFMSCVSYLCHVCHIYVMCVIF...MSCVSYLCHVCHIYVMCVIFMSCICHIYVMCVIFMSCVLYLCHAHVMFMSCVLYLCHVXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXDCSGKGEE ...