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  • A response is to amplify the change in the variable. This has a destabilizing effect, so does not result in homeostasis. Positive feedback is less common in naturally occurring systems than negative feedback, but it has its applications. For example, in nerves, a threshold electric potential triggers the generation of a much larger action potential. Blood clotting and events in childbirth are other types of positive feedback.

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  • The results of scenario S4 are presented in relative terms to scenario S3, i.e. the baseline scenario in year 2020. Therefore, this analysis isolates the effects of the abolition of the milk quota system in the EU-27 on specific economic indicators at MS and regional level. Key results of scenario S4 are that milk production increases by about 4.4% in the EU-27, and EU raw milk prices decline by 10%. Production of butter, skimmed and whole milk powder would increase by 5-6% while their prices would decline by about 6-7%. The production of cheese and fresh milk products...

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  • Biotechnology is the scientific field of studying and applying the most efficient methods and techniques to get useful end-products for the human society by using viable micro-organisms, cells, and tissues of plants or animals, or even certain functional components of their organisms, that are grown in fully controlled conditions to maximize their specific metabolism inside fully automatic bioreactors.

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  • Work on Deisboeck and Kresh's Complex Systems Science in BioMedicine started years ago. In fact, thoughts and ideas leading up to this textbook date back to our first conversation, sometime in the fall of 1996. We quickly found common ground, and talked about emergence and self-organization and their relevance for medicine. We were both fascinated by the idea of complexity and marveled about its tremendous possibilities for cancer research, which was then and still is Tom's main scientific interest. Much has happened in science and technology since we first discussed our vision.

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  • The sixth and last part of the book, considers developments at the international level within the context of the World Trade Organization (WTO). It sets out the current state- of-play within WTO and alternate modalities for scheduling WTO commitments within the insurance sector, and ends with the chairman’s summary of the meeting which encapsulates discussions in all areas but focuses on the impact of insurance liberalization on developing countries.

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  • It is crucial that the teaching of writing skills is carried out in a consistent way across the whole school. In a primary setting, this means that all teachers should have reached agreement on the messages about required structure and content that they will give to learners (for example about the layout of a particular genre of writing) so that learners are not confused when they move into a class taught by someone new. In a secondary setting, as learners move between different departments as part of their learning, this is particularly important.

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  • Most markets have preciously few advertising and promotion dollars and therefore need to seek the biggest bang for their bucks. Even if your market is blessed with a large ad budget, you will want to spend it effectively. The following general principles of marketing can be helpful in guiding your market in getting the most from your money. 80/20 rule Keep the 80/20 rule in mind: 80% of your business comes from 20% of your customers. (Koch, 1998).

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  • Rigorously speaking the functional group is not the whole molecule but only that collection of atoms that provides a specific chemical function. For example, the chemical family of alcohols is characterized by the function of the hydroxyl (OH) group, and aldehydes, ketones are characterized by carbonyl groups (C=O). There are various combinations of hydroxyl groups in molecules along with carbonyl groups and these combinations can lead to hydroxyketones and aldehydes (the basis for sugars) as well as to carboxylic acids.

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  • Benefits of Volunteers Cited by Nine in Ten Charities. We asked charities about the extent to which volunteers provide certain kinds of benefits to their organization and whether benefits are provided to a great or moderate extent. The results are presented in figure 6 below. We learned that charities are generally enthusiastic about the benefits volunteers provide. A majority of charities cited five of the six items as beneficial to a great extent.

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  • The first edition of Global Logistics and Distribution Planning: Strategies for Management appeared in 1988. Since then the whole field of logistics has changed. Of course, there is still agreement about the basic principle of a supply chain as ‘the series of activities and organizations that materials – both tangible and intangible – move through on their journeys from initial suppliers to final customers’ (Waters, 2009).

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  • Solubility of the catalysts in water is determined by their overall hydrophilic nature which may arise either as a consequence of the charge of the complex ion as a whole, or may be due to the good solubility of the ligands. Although transition metal complexes with small ionic ligands, such as halides, pseudohalides or simple carboxylates can be useful for specific reactions the possibility of the variation of such ligands is very limited. As in organometallic catalysis in general, phosphines play a leading role in aqueous organometallic catalysis (AOC), too.

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  • Metabolomics is the scientific study of chemical processes involving metabolites. Specifically, metabolomics is the "systematic study of the unique chemical fingerprints that specific cellular processes leave behind", the study of their small-molecule metabolite profiles.[1] The metabolome represents the collection of all metabolites in a biological cell, tissue, organ or organism, which are the end products of cellular processes.

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  • Plants play important role for human beings since the ancient times. Plants have their own whole different world which includes entire kingdom of life. Plants are the most essential part of organism in the world. Nobody can imagine any life without plants involved in their life. When humans started building colonies and getting civilized their dependency on plants increased by several folds. Today plants are even more important due to the increased demand of their different uses. During their development civilizations based on their use and growing cycle plants have been called crops...

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  • Toxic chemicals introduced into the environment can penetrate ecosystems and can be found in the whole biosphere. Chemical contamination may affect ecosystems, causing changes in the functions of particular organisms. Adverse effects of xenobiotics and their metabolites on living organisms can be observed.

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  • We saw in Chapter 12 that a decentralized firm delegates decision-making authority to subordinates. With this delegation of authority comes the risk of managers making decisions based on their individual goals that can be sub-optimal for the organization as a whole. One example of dysfunctional decision-making occurs when business units or divisions within the organization buy goods and services from one another and each unit or division manager is evaluated on reported profits. In this chapter we address this potential problem.

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  • Social funds are expanding in all parts of the developing world. The attractive feature of social funds is that they use the comparative strengths of each of the government, private sector, and community organization partners and coalesce them into an integrated whole. The communities identify, design, and help implement projects such as schools, health clinics, roads, and water supply that will serve their needs. The govern- ment provides financing, monitors and supervises the projects, and en- sures that the operation and maintenance of these facilities is adequate.

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