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Princípio antrópico cosmológico
Comitti, V.S.;
Revista Brasileira de Ensino de Física , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1806-11172011000100018
Abstract: i present a brief summary of the origins, applications and criticisms of the anthropic principle. i start with robert dicke's first arguments in favor of anthropic reasoning, continue through the formulations of brandon carter and the extrapolations of john barrow and frank tipler. in the end i analyse some of the most important consequences of the anthropic principle in cosmology and quantum mechanics. there is also a section dedicated to possible refutations of the anthropic principle.
Golden Research Thoughts , 2012, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: This descriptive study examines 3rd year GNM student's knowledge regarding Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in Vijayanagar School of Nursing. Mudalpalya, Bangalore. The data were generated using structured knowledge questionnaire. Simple random sampling technique was adopted to select 60 subjects based on certain predetermined criteria. A self instruction module was prepared on the basis of the knowledge of the student nurses and to accomplish the study.
The reliability calculation of foundations under eccentric load in the operation phase
V.S. Utkin
Magazine of Civil Engineering , 2013, DOI: 10.5862/mce.40.8
Abstract: The new method of the reliability calculation of buildings and structures’ earth foundations based on limited statistical information on controlled parameters in the operation stage is considered. The reliability is calculated by criterion of foundation deformations (settlement) in the presence of load eccentricity of the foundation and using possibility distribution functions for the description of fuzzy variables. New approach to the reliability calculation of a foundation bed is offered with describing eccentricity characteristic as random variable by the probability distribution law and properties of soil – by the possibility characteristic. The way for determination of eccentricity value of load on the foundation bed by measurement of deformations in the foundation material at the expense of unloading the part of the foundation on the area with resistance strain gages is considered. Reliability as the probability of failure-free operation of the foundation is characterized by the interval with minimum and maximum values.
Organization of pay for the production of a considerable number of heterogeneous operations
V.S. Medvedev
Marketing ì Mened?ment Innovacìj , 2011,
Abstract: The article presents approaches to the organization of labor in productions with a large number of dissimilar operations (eg, tool production). The major difficulty in assessing the results of such workers is the lack of standard, so measured and rated operations. There is shown the analysis of basic motivational factors of hourly and piece-rate pay systems for such productions. In the article there is developed the procedure for organizing the evaluation and pay system of workers according to individual productivity.
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: The mouth or oral cavity is bounded by muscles and bones:Anteriorly – by the lipsPosteriorly - it is continuous with the oropharynxLaterally - by the muscles of the cheeksSuperiorly - by the bony hard palate and muscular soft palateInferiorly - by the muscular tongue and the soft tissues of the floor of the mouth.
Incidence of post-harvest fungal rots of kinnow mandarin and their management
Indian Phytopathology , 2011,
Abstract: Various fruit rots caused by seven fungal pathogens isolated from diseased kinnow mandarin fruits during the entire marketing period from November to April next were green mold rot (Penicillium digitatum, P. italicum, P. chrysogenum), black mold rot (Aspergillus niger), core rot (Alternaria alternata), soft rot (Fusarium moniliforme) and stem-end rot (Botryodiplodia theobromae). The periods of fruit rot by fungal pathogens varied depending upon the prevailing temperature and humidity during their post-harvest journey in the marketing chain. The seasonal disease incidence of kinnow fruit clearly marked two distinct peaks of fungal rot spoilage. Out of a cumulative monthly fruit loss of 7.77-14.20% due to rot from November to April, the major fruit spoilage during this period was dominated by green and blue mold rots caused by P. digitatum (5.18-8.85%) and P. italicum (2.59-4.82%) with peak rot losses in January (8.25%)-February (8.85%) and February (4.82%)-March (4.43%), respectively. The second peak was dominated by green and black mold rots caused by P. chrysogenum and A. niger with a fruit spoilage of 3.67% by each pathogen during warmer month of April. The average monthly loss due to fruit rot during the entire marketing season was 11.61%. Postinoculation chemical treatments were ineffective against the major fruit rot pathogens. Pre-inoculation treatments of thiabendazole (0.05%), benlate (0.05%) and carbendazim (0.05%) were highly effective against green and blue mold rots caused by P. digitatum and P. italicum, respectively followed by salicylic acid (0.05%), sodium metabisulphite (0.5%) and borax (6%) whereas thiophanate methyl (0.25%) and borax (6%) were most effective against black mold rot caused by A. niger.
On the connection between the phenomena of corporeity and welfare in the adolescent self-awareness
Goncharov V.S.
Vestnik Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University , 2013,
Abstract: This article considers two phenomena of adolescent self-adolescence: the awareness of one's bodily experience and psychological well-being. The author puts forward a hypothesis that these phenomena might be connected. An empirical study helps identify three groups of test persons: those with vital, conformal, and personal reflection types of bodily capacities. The article emphasizes the positive relation between the level of bodily capacity awareness and the level of general psychological well-being.
Gore V.S.
International Journal of Bioinformatics Research , 2012,
Abstract: Objective- To study the complications of ND:YAG Laser capsulotomy.Participants- Patients between age group of 08 to 80 who is having significant posterior capsular opacification leading to decreased visual acuity from early post operative days.Material and Method- 200 patients with PCO were studied for post ND:YAG laser complications. The patient who is not having any organic cause of decreased vision and who have completed at least three months after cataract surgery were selected. ND:YAG laser procedure was performed and their visual acuity improvement along with complications associated with this procedure were studied. Results- The procedure is absolutely safe if strict selection (inclusion/exclusion) criteria is followed. Most of complications are transient which can be managed by proper medication. Complications like retinal detachment or cystoid macular edema are multifactoral and can not always be only due to laser capsulotomy alone. Endophthalmitis is rare complication but highly unpredictable which can not be ruled out but be well treated with newer generation intravitreal drugs or vitrectomy surgery. Most of the patients 86% were significantly benifited by improved visual acuity.
Gore V.S.
International Journal of Bioinformatics Research , 2012,
Abstract: Objective- Analyzing the prevalence of refractive errors in illiterates (uneducated) population.Design- RETROSPECTIVE: population based cross sectional study.Participants- Illiterate adults between 20 to 50 years of age having obvious refractive error.Material and Methods- A retrospective cross sectional study was carried out in illiterate adults between age group of 20 to 50 in Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra. Recording visual acuity on Snellen’s E type chart, dilated retinoscopy and fundoscopy was done.Refractive error as myopia / hyperopia was noted as + / - 0.50 spherical / cylindrical.Results- Prevalence of hyperopia was more common than myopia in illiterate population. 2000 eyes of 1000 subjects were examined; majority age group was between25 to 35. Female were having relatively more refractive error 64% compared to male36%. Overall 76% of them were having hyperopia and only 24% were having myopia.Conclusion-Hyperopia is more prevalent in illiterate population and even more commoner in female. Commonest symptom associated was headache in late 20s and early 30s.
Gomase V.S.*
International Journal of Pharmacy and Technology , 2010,
Abstract: Xylella fastidiosa is a pathogenic bacterium that infects plants, causing a variety of diseases in over 100 plant species. Peptide fragments of antigen protein can be used to select nonamers for use in rational vaccine design and to increase the understanding of roles of the immune system in pathogenic diseases. Analysis shows MHC class II binding peptides of antigen protein from Xylella fastidiosa are important determinant for protection of host form infection. In this assay, we used PSSM and SVM algorithms for antigen design and predicted the binding affinity of antigen protein having 790 amino acids, which shows 782 nonamers.Binding ability prediction of antigen peptides to major histocompatibility complex (MHC) class I & IImolecules is important in vaccine development from Xylella fastidiosa.
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