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El registro arqueológico de la gruta de El Manzano y sus implicancias para la arqueología de Nordpatagonia The archaeological record from gruta El Manzano and their implicances for Nodpatagonia archaeology
GUSTAVO A NEME,ADOLFO F GIL,RAVEN GARVEY,CARINA L LLANO
Magallania , 2011,
Abstract: En este trabajo se presentan los resultados de los análisis realizados sobre los materiales del sitio arqueológico Gruta de El Manzano, localizado sobre el río Grande, en el Departamento de Malargüe, al sur de la provincia de Mendoza. Utilizando la información generada, se discuten aspectos de la funcionalidad del sitio, los cambios a través del tiempo y se destaca su importancia para la discusión de los temas de la arqueología del norte de Patagonia. Los recientes fechados radiocarbónicos ubican al inicio de las ocupaciones en más de 8.000 a os AP y confirman la existencia del hiatus regional para el holoceno medio. Los materiales analizados muestran importantes cambios en las tendencias de los mismos, especialmente hacia la segunda mitad del holoceno tardío, donde los diferentes indicadores sugieren diferencias en relación a la movilidad, el uso de la fauna, los recursos vegetales y la incorporación de tecnología cerámica. In this paper we present the results of the analysis carried out with the materials from Gruta de El Manzano archaeological site, located beside Grande River, in Malargüe, southern Mendoza province. Using the new information, we discuss the site function, changes trough time, and remark his importance for the northern Patagonia discussion. The last radiocarbon data place the beginning of the occupation in more than 8.000 years BP and confirm the existence of the mid holocene regional hiatus. The analiced materials shows important changes in their tendencies, especially during the second half of the late holocene, were different lines of evidencies suggest changes in relation to the mobility, the use of animal and plant resources and the incorporation of pottery technology.
El registro arqueológico de la gruta de El Manzano y sus implicancias para la arqueología de Nordpatagonia
NEME,GUSTAVO A; GIL,ADOLFO F; GARVEY,RAVEN; LLANO,CARINA L; ZANGRANDO,ATILIO. F; FRANCHETTI,FERNANDO; DE FRANCESCO,CLAUDIO. G; MICHIELI,CATALINA TERESA;
Magallania (Punta Arenas) , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-22442011000200017
Abstract: in this paper we present the results of the analysis carried out with the materials from gruta de el manzano archaeological site, located beside grande river, in malargüe, southern mendoza province. using the new information, we discuss the site function, changes trough time, and remark his importance for the northern patagonia discussion. the last radiocarbon data place the beginning of the occupation in more than 8.000 years bp and confirm the existence of the mid holocene regional hiatus. the analiced materials shows important changes in their tendencies, especially during the second half of the late holocene, were different lines of evidencies suggest changes in relation to the mobility, the use of animal and plant resources and the incorporation of pottery technology.
Ten years of Genome Biology
Clare Garvey
Genome Biology , 2010, DOI: 10.1186/gb-2010-11-1-101
Abstract: Over the past decade we have witnessed a revolution in biology, and especially in molecular biology and genetics. No longer are experiments restricted to the study of a particular gene in one of a small number of model organisms. Today, a more global approach is being embraced, which has not only given rise to the field of systems biology, but has also touched all areas of biological and medical research, bringing them closer together and blurring the lines that previously defined individual disciplines. And our expectations are now much higher. It no longer satisfies us to know simply that a given transcription factor activates a particular gene. We now want to know about all of the regulatory sites for a gene and what other factors might modulate transcription factor binding and gene activation. Horizons and expectations have broadened, but what has driven this shift in attitude? It surely has to be the technological advances in the field of genomics over the past decade, such as chromatin immunoprecipitation coupled to DNA microarray (ChIP-chip) or sequencing (ChIP-seq), next-generation sequencing, RNA-seq and new techniques in proteomics.Techniques aside, the past decade will surely be best remembered as the decade of the genome. Since the White House press release [http://www.ornl.gov/sci/techresources/Human_Genome/project/clinton1.shtml webcite] in June 2000 in which the completion of the initial sequence of the human genome was announced - followed by publications in 2001 in Nature and Science - many draft genomes from other organisms have been published. The chimpanzee, chicken, honeybee and Arabidopsis have most recently been followed by the giant panda. The speed with which new genomes can now be sequenced has been facilitated by the development of powerful new sequencing technologies and assembly methods. It is now possible to assemble de novo a large genome, such as that of the giant panda, using only short reads provided by next-generation DNA sequencin
A decade and genome of change
Clare Garvey
Genome Biology , 2010, DOI: 10.1186/gb-2010-11-5-120
Abstract: Ten years ago, Bill Clinton, the then US president, announced at an historic event at the White House that the international Human Genome Project and Celera Genomics corporation had completed the initial draft of the human genome. President Clinton pledged the US's commitment to continue to translate this genomic advance into healthcare and therapeutic strategies, as well as protecting private genetic information. Little did he know of the impending cuts in exactly this area during the Bush years - ah, but let's not go there. The genomics field since then has progressed at a phenomenal rate, with advances in the field being nothing short of monumental.At around the same time as this historic announcement, Genome Biology [1] was launched. This new journal was quite unlike other journals in that it was open access and published online. In an accompanying column to this editorial, Greg Petsko [2], Genome Biology's long-term and beloved-of-many columnist, discusses Genome Biology's launch, in addition to charting our success and the unique approach that has seen Genome Biology, in a relatively short period of time, take its place as a premier journal for genomics research. To mark some of the developments in the genomics field in the past decade, and to celebrate Genome Biology's tenth birthday, we have commissioned a series of reviews focusing on key areas from the last ten years, ranging from the human microbiome to the cancer genome projects. The themes of these reviews will also be discussed at Genome Biology's inaugural conference, which is being hosted jointly with our sister journal, Genome Medicine [3], in Boston in October [4].Technological developments over the past decade have been the catalyst of innovation and progress, driving the genomics field forward at a dizzying pace. Along with these technological advances have come some revisions of the very gene count estimates that were announced ten years ago. Strikingly, current estimates are nowhere near the or
The Transmission of Chinese Medicine in Australia
Mary Garvey
PORTAL : Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies , 2011,
Abstract: The paper explores some of the issues concerning the transmission of Chinese medicine in Australia, its practitioner training and the future of Chinese medicine as a distinct medical discipline in the Australian context. In China over the last century Chinese medicine was overhauled in order to align it with the biomedical perspective prevalent in the West. These changes, in turn, had important consequences for the transmission of CM in Australia and the West. But while the biomedicalisation of CM has offered the path of least resistance, it has also lead to unworkable simplifications and methodological failures. The paper thus argues for a renewed access to the tradition’s primary sources in order to ally the distinctive features and methods of traditional practice with biomedicine, as an alternative to an outright integration into biomedical practice.
Absence of Evidence, Evidence of Absence, and the Atheist’s Teapot
Garvey, Brian
Ars Disputandi : the Online Journal for Philosophy of Religion , 2010,
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Housing and residences for university students. The experience of the programme 338/2000
Adolfo F. L. Baratta,Sandra Carlini
Techne : Journal of Technology for Architecture and Environment , 2012,
Abstract: The topic of Social Housing encapsulates aspects of building production aimed at meeting a housing need referred to different categories of users such as young people, and specifically university students. Since 2002 the topic of the university residence has been explored, on behalf of MIUR (Ministry of Education, Universities and Research) and as part of the application of Law 338/2000, in a variety of possible forms (regulatory, procedural, design, construction and managerial): the result is a contribution to the management of the implementation process that has made it possible, with the help of specific tools, to assess the actual effectiveness of the programme introduced by the law and the relationship between the expected quality and that actually achieved, also based on the resources used.
Unparticle mediated superconductivity
James P. F. LeBlanc,Adolfo G. Grushin
Physics , 2014, DOI: 10.1088/1367-2630/17/3/033039
Abstract: In this work we introduce the possibility of unparticle mediated superconductivity. We discuss a theoretical scenario where it can emerge and show that a superconducting state is allowed by deriving and solving the gap equation for $s$-wave pairing of electrons interacting through the unparticle generalization of the Coulomb interaction. The dependence of the gap equation on the unparticle energy scale $\Lambda_{U}$ and the unparticle scaling dimension $d_{U}$ enables us to find a richer set of solutions compared to those of the conventional BCS paradigm. We discuss unconventional features within this construction, including the resulting insensitivity of pairing to the density of states at the Fermi energy for $d_{U}=3/2$ of the superconducting gap and suggest possible experimental scenarios for this mechanism.
Development of communication, self and emotions in childhood: contributions from the relational and dialogical perspectives
Garvey, Andrea;Silva, Micheline;
Educar em Revista , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-40602010000100005
Abstract: the present paper shares some reflections on the implication of conceptualizing the development of communication, self and emotions as a relational and dialogical process. it is our contention that the analysis of self, emotions and communication cannot be divorced from one another. we view emotions as relational and dialogical experiences lived in bodies that co-exist in relation to other bodies, thereby fostering the development of a differentiated, yet connected, sense of self, starting during infancy and unfolding throughout childhood.
Orbital Angular Momentum in the Nucleon
Gerald T. Garvey
Physics , 2010, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevC.81.055212
Abstract: Analysis of the measured value of the integrated \bar{d}-\bar{u} asymmetry (Ifas = 0.147+-0.027) in the nucleon show it to arise from nucleon fluctuations into baryon plus pion. Requiring angular momentum conservation in these fluctuations shows the associated orbital angular momentum is equal to the value of the flavor asymmetry.
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