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Anatomic Peculiarities of the Cerebral Arterial System and Blood Supply in the Yak (Bos grunniens)
X.R. Wang,Y. Liu,T.F. Guo,J.P. Wu
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/javaa.2012.2533.2539
Abstract: Anatomic characteristics of the cardiovascular system can reflect different supplying blood ability to tissues and organs. The Cerebral Arterial System mainly contributes to supplying blood to the brain tissue. In present study, researchers examined the morphological features and internal diameters of arteries and analyzed supplying blood ability of the Cerebral Arterial System of the yak and Chinese cattle with the Corrosion Casting technique and the methods of comparative anatomy. Results showed that general arrangements and calibers of most arteries of the Cerebral Arterial System between two species were similar but the anterior-posterior diameter of the cerebral arterial circle was shorter and interval distance of the cerebral carotid artery was closer in the yak. The yak has more developed internal arterial vessels and epidural retia mirabile and the blood volume of the Cerebral Arterial System in the yak showed anatomical superiority. Researchers deduced that the anatomic peculiarities of the cerebral arterial circle and relatively developed internal arterial vessels in the yak were beneficial to supplying more blood to the brain. The yak s developed epidural retia mirabile was advantageous of the blood preservation, exchange and complement and it might play a vital role in buffering and regulating cerebral blood flow so as to meet demand of the yak s brain for blood supply in the plateau areas.
Diagnóstico diferencial de la tortura en restos esqueletizados: presentación de tres casos
Cuadernos de Medicina Forense , 2008, DOI: 10.4321/S1135-76062008000300009
Abstract: while the diagnosis of torture has been primarily concentrated in the examination of living victims and cadavers, little or no work has been undertaken in skeletonised remains. this paper discusses the role of non-accidental toracic trauma as an indicator of inflicted lesions with the aim of incapacitating but not killing certain victims of human rights violations. in order to illustrate differential diagnosis of injuries attributable to "torture" as well as other mechanisms three cases are presented in which could be attributed to torture and one is an exclusion of that scenario and is more consistent with a road traffic accident.
Twee Kersverhale van Henriette Grove
J.P Smuts
Tydskrif vir letterkunde , 2003,
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Analyse dynamique des representations sociales des chercheurs: le cas de l'autisme
Courtial, J.P.
Papers on Social Representations , 1999,
Hume, Association, and Causal Belief
J.P. Monteiro
Abstracta : Linguagem, Mente e A??o , 2007,
Abstract: The associationist interpretation of Hume's account of causal belief is criticized. The originof this mistaken interpretation is explained. The difference between Hume's views in theTreatise of Human Nature and in An Enquiry concerning Human Understanding is examined.
Check list of the mammals of Tussen-die-Riviere Provincial Nature Reserve, Free State Province, South Africa
J.P. Watson
Koedoe : African Protected Area Conservation and Science , 2006, DOI: 10.4102/koedoe.v49i1.108
Abstract: Tussen-die-Riviere Nature Reserve falls within the Eastern Mixed Nama-Karoo Biome. The surface area is approximately 23 000 ha and it is located in a summer rainfall region. Sixty six different mammal species were recorded for the reserve over the past 13 years which constitutes 65 % of the indigenous mammals recorded for the Free State Province. The highest number of species for the rodents and insectivores were recorded in riverine habitat but the highest abundance were recorded in rocky habitat and was constituted by only one species, Aethomys namaquensis.
Usability and usefulness of ergonomics Web sites: a preliminary investigation
J.P. James
South African Journal of Information Management , 2009, DOI: 10.4102/sajim.v4i1.151
Moderne (finansi le) slawerny
J.P. Fouché
Koers : Bulletin for Christian Scholarship , 2009, DOI: 10.4102/koers.v74i1&2.120
Abstract: Modern (financial) slavery There is probably no single person who has not been affected by the current international financial crisis. In order to understand what has happened, the reasons for the credit – and extended financial crisis are analysed and related to slavery. This article provides an international perspective, but also gives the South African perspective. From the article, it seems that the same factors that motivated people to apply slavery, today also motivate large corporations and individuals to keep hostage a large number of people in a spiral of increased consumerism. The consumer spending is financed by paying people more for their spare time and people taking up more credit. From the relentless way in which credit is being advertised, it seems that there is very little respect or care for the well-being of those trapped in debt. The prospects of ending the financial slavery are discussed and some recommendations are made regarding dealing with debt. The article closes with a call on the church to enter into the debate.
’n Voorstel vir ’n tipologie van die geloofwetenskapdebat
J.P. Kruger
Koers : Bulletin for Christian Scholarship , 2004, DOI: 10.4102/koers.v69i3.310
Abstract: A suggested typology of the faith-science debate In this article a typology of the faith-science debate is proposed by identifying four possible points of entry into the debate. The ontological, epistemological, hermeneutical and ethical angles of the debate are then consecutively discussed. The ontological angle focuses on the assumptions of reality as inherent in the approaches of faith and science respectively. The epistemological angle is concerned with the differences and similarities in the methods followed by faith and science to obtain knowledge of what exists. The hermeneutical angle in turn deals with the strategies that faith and science employ to interpret experience. The ethical angle focuses on ethical issues characteristic of faith and science, as well as ethical judgements on various issues, respectively from the fields of faith and science. With regard to the four mentioned points of entry into the debate, a possible reductionist as well as a possible non-reductionist position is identified and discussed.
Introduction: The Orthography of French.
Jaffre, J.P.
L1 Educational Studies in Language and Literature , 2005,
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