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Megaphyllum silvaticum (Verhoeff, 1898) (Diplopoda: Julida), a new species to the Hungarian millipede fauna, with notes on the status of M. s. discolor (Verhoeff, 1907) and on their relationship to M. projectum Verhoeff, 1894
Lazányi, E
Opuscula Zoologica Instituti Zoosystematici et Oecologici Universitatis Budapestinensis , 2010,
Abstract: The species Megaphyllum silvaticum (Verhoeff, 1898) was found in the Aggtelek National Park, northeasternHungary, as new to the millipede fauna of the country. A short review on the male and female genital morphology anddistribution of M. silvaticum, M. s. discolor (Verhoeff, 1907) and M. projectum Verhoeff, 1894 is given. According to ourobservation the subspecies discolor should be regarded only a variation with no taxonomical value. Although the male gonopodsof M. silvaticum and M. projectum are really close to each other, the different female vulvae, observed and illustrated here for thefirst time, justify their separate specific status.
Millipedes (Diplopoda) of the Aggtelek National Park, Northeast Hungary
Lazányi, E.,Korsós, Z.
Opuscula Zoologica Instituti Zoosystematici et Oecologici Universitatis Budapestinensis , 2009,
Abstract: Twenty-two species of millipedes (Diplopoda) were recorded during a survey of the Aggtelek National Park in north-eastern Hungary, consisting of one-fifth of the total Hungarian millipede fauna. The relatively low representation may be due to the general pitfall trap collecting method, thus leaving out species with special habitat requirements such as bark-dwellers, etc. Species worth mentioning, however, could still be recorded: Glomeris tetrasticha, Polyzonium germanicum, Enantiulus tatranus, and Unciger transsilvanicus were only collected in very few occasions. Specimens of Mastigona bosniensis Verhoeff, 1897, M. bosniensis hungaricum Loksa, 1953, and M. mehelyi Verhoeff, 1897 were found so similar and geographically so closely occurring to each other, that they are considered here as synonyms. The same is true for Enantiulus tatranus evae (Loksa, 1968) which we consider identical with the nominal form.
Millipedes (Diplopoda) from the Zemplén Mountains, Northeast Hungary, with two julid species new to the Hungarian fauna
Bogyó, D.,Korsós, Z.,Lazányi, E.,Hegyessy, G.
Opuscula Zoologica Instituti Zoosystematici et Oecologici Universitatis Budapestinensis , 2012,
Abstract: New data of millipedes from 92 sites in Northeastern Hungary are presented, based on the examination of more than 1300 individuals. The studied regions were the Zemplén Mountains and its surrounding plains, the Hernád valley and the Bodrogk z area. Altogether 25 millipede species were found, two Carpathian species are new to the fauna of Hungary: Leptoiulus liptauensis (Verhoeff, 1899) and Cylindroiulus burzenlandicus (Verhoeff, 1907). Remarkable and rare species for the Hungarian fauna are Trachysphaera costata (Waga, 1858) and Brachydesmus dadayi Verhoeff, 1895.
On the effect of intermittency of turbulence on the parabolic relation between skewness and kurtosis in magnetized plasmas
Dávid Guszejnov,Attila Bencze,Sándor Zoletnik,Nóra Lazányi
Physics , 2014, DOI: 10.1063/1.4835535
Abstract: This paper is aimed to contribute to the scientific discussions that have been triggered by the experimental observation of a quadratic relation between the kurtosis and skewness of turbulent fluctuations present in fusion plasmas and other nonlinear physical systems. In this paper we offer a general statistical model which attributes the observed $K = aS^2 + b$ relation to the varying intermittency of the experimental signals. The model is a two random variable model constructed to catch the essential intermittent feature of the real signal. One of the variables is the amplitude of the underlying intermittent event (e.g. turbulent structure) while the other is connected to the intermittency level of the system. This simple model can attribute physical meaning to the $a$ and $b$ coefficients, as they characterize the spatio-temporal statistics of intermittent events. By constructing a particle-conserving Gaussian model for the underlying coherent structures the experimentally measured $a$ and $b$ coefficients could be adequately reproduced.
Strategy Use and Language Performance by Second Language Learners in Nigeria  [PDF]
Laz Chinedu Ogenyi
Advances in Literary Study (ALS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/als.2015.33011
Abstract: It is commonly believed that Nigerian students perform very poorly in the English language. Many reasons adduced to be the causative variables for students’ poor performance in the English language are located away from the students themselves. What the above scenario portends is that no effort has been made to find out the strategies which the students themselves use in their efforts to learn the English language; it also implies that no effort has been made to find out the relationship between such strategies and the level of students’ performance in the target language. The problem which this study addressed was not only to evaluate the language learning strategies which the sampled study population use in their efforts to learn English, but also to determine the extent to which their mean achievement scores in English depend on their use of various language learning strategies. The study was carried out using a descriptive survey research design. Its population consisted of Senior Secondary School (SSS) form II students in three states of south-eastern Nigeria. Random sampling technique was used to select a total of one thousand, four hundred and one (1401: 747 = males, 654 = females) students used for the study. Two sets of instrument were used to collect data for the investigation: appraisal instrument (cloze test), and questionnaire. Two research questions and corresponding two null hypotheses were formulated to guide the study. Results of the study revealed that 1) the greatest proportion of the Igbo learners of English in SSS II (84.3%) made use of socio-affective language learning strategy, while cognitive strategy had the lowest proportion of users (50.9%); 2) there was a significant difference, in the English language performance, between the users and non-users of the various language learning strategies.
Legitimizing the State in Africa: The Democratic Imperative
Laz Etemike
Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/pjssci.2012.108.112
Abstract: The disintegration of the Soviet Union and the fall of Apartheid regime in South Africa ushered a new phase of democratic wave in Africa. Democracy suddenly, assumed a legitimizing factor within the international sphere. Some have argued that the period was a period of the triumph of capital and its liberal democracy with strong emphasis on good governance. External and internal pressure forced a wave of democratization process on African states in the 1990s. Instead of institutionalizing democratic ethos a new set of autocratic leaders clad in democratic garb emerged. These leaders changed the constitution at will to elongate their tenure and turned elections into a state-regulated noncompetitive model. African states in their present form seem to be battling with legitimacy crisis. Above all the new wave of global economic crisis has debunk the so presumed triumph of capital. The state in Africa is thus in a confused state, administratively, ideologically, politically and democratically.
Cornel LAZ?R,Mirela LAZ?R
Revista de Cercetare ?i Interven?ie Social? , 2011,
Abstract: The cultural diversity of the world we live requires increased attention to cultural freedoms (religious, ethnic, linguistic), because of their importance in human development, both socially and economically. Ignoring this reality, imposing certain behaviour which is not in keeping with the individual’s beliefs or with those of the group he belongs to, generates exclusion and major conflicts, especially where ethnic and confessional structures are heterogeneous. For that purpose, appropriate multicultural policies are needed, to ensure unity in the existing diversity. To promote these policies are needed rigorous information which allows knowing and monitoring at first the structure and dynamics of population, from ethnic, religious, linguistic and cultural points of view. The paper presents and analyzes comparatively, based on the information taken from the last two censuses of population and housing, the confessional structure of the Romania’s population, its dynamics, its structural changes and existing particularities, according to various demographic, social and economic variables.
Human Development in Romania in the Context of the New Methodological Approaches
Mirela LAZ?R,Cornel LAZ?R
Revista de Cercetare ?i Interven?ie Social? , 2011,
Abstract: Specialist’s preoccupation concerning the quantification of the human development through synthetic indexes has been materialized during time in a series of composite indexes, whose methodology was permanently reconsidered from the meaning of quantify more correctly and rigorously the contribution of each involved factor. One of the most known synthetic indexes is the Human Development Index (HDU), which starting with 2010 has suffered important methodological changes. The paper present briefly these methodological changes and emphasize their influence both of the IDU level and of countries classification. It’s also present the evolution of the HDI in Romania in comparison with other European countries, for the period 1980 – 2010, calculated both in the old and in the new variant. The data emphasize the fact that even the new methodology brings us a better rank, Romania is still situated near to the end of classification between the UE countries.
Cornel LAZ?R,Mirela LAZ?R
Revista Roman? de Statistic? , 2011,
Abstract: The contradictory evolutions of the indicators of labour force in Romania after 1900, with a trend hard to define, are sometimes difficult to explain using the classic statistical methods which show in certain cases surprising, atypical correlations. In this context, our paper presents the evolution of the employed population in Romania between 2002 and 2010, outlining the main dynamics and structural aspects. As a reinforcement of what was stated above, we realised a short-term forecast of the employed population and of the working age population , as well as a forecast of the structural changes of the employed population by development regions, using Markov’s chain method.
The INCOTERMS rules and their importance
Anca LAZ?R
Juridical Tribune , 2011,
Abstract: The content INCOTERMS are a set of rules that determine the rights and obligations of the international sales contract, selecting a rule of interpretation of commercial terms INCOTERMS, progress is the result of negotiation between the parties and expresses the ratio of these economic forces. In relation to the obligations of the parties to an international sales contract are several different types of contracts covered by the clause. To define the main rules INCOTERMS was considered as a starting point delivery of goods, establishment of the seller and the buyer2, the rules concerning the obligations of each party that are grouped into ten items with identical titles for all the rules. Due to significant developments in international trade, for making available to retailers in the interpretation of the rules commonly used trade terms in international trade, the International Chamber of Commerce in Paris draw a set of delivery conditions for their interpretation in international sales, rules that were in international trade practice some habits, but who were not of equal significance to traders in different countries.
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