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Effects of learning styles on career preferences of senior secondary school students in Jigawa State, Nigeria.
S Sara
Edo Journal of Counselling , 2010,
Abstract: The research investigated the effects of learning styles on career preferences of senior secondary school students in Jigawa State, Nigeria. A total of six hundred students, three hundred and sixty male, and two hundred and forty female were randomly selected from ten senior secondary schools across the state for the study. Two different data collection instruments were used to gather data for the research'. These are Kazembe Sorting Test (KST) and Vocational Interest Inventory (VII) to test learning styles, and career preferences respectively. Chi-square, was used to find the effect of independent variable (learning style) and dependent variable (career preference). The findings of the study revealed that: There is significant sex difference in learning styles; there is significant sex difference in career preference. Significant differences do exist between field dependents and field independent subjects (student). Finally, recommendations were offered for appropriate counselling practice on the students having varieties of learning styles. Key Words: Learning style, career preference, field dependent, field independent.
La clase importa. Una comparación de los procesos de construcción de identidad étnica entre inmigrantes de segunda generación de clase trabajadora y de clase media.
Sara S. Lee
Araucaria , 2001,
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Fisioterapia acelera a absor o do derrame pleural tuberculoso La fisioterapia acelera la absorción del derrame pleural tuberculoso Physical therapy accelerates the fluid absorption of pleural effusion due to tuberculosis
Sara L. S. Menezes
Brazilian Journal of Physical Therapy , 2010,
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Fisioterapia acelera a absor o do derrame pleural tuberculoso La fisioterapia acelera la absorción del derrame pleural tuberculoso Physical therapy accelerates the fluid absorption of pleural effusion due to tuberculosis
Sara L. S. Menezes
Brazilian Journal of Physical Therapy , 2010,
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A simple pneumococcus infection...
Levin Anna Sara S.
Jornal de Pneumologia , 2003,
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Neuronal protection by a variant of GAPDH pseudogene P44 in AD  [PDF]
Sara O. Mason, Christopher S. Theisen, Norbert W. Seidler
Advances in Alzheimer's Disease (AAD) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/aad.2012.13011
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GAPDH is a conserved enzyme that binds diverse proteins, such as Siah during apoptotic nuclear translocation. There is one somatic GAPDH gene, but over 60 pseudogenes, the expression of which is nebulous. A single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) in the GAPDHP44 pseudogene exhibits a beneficial allele in AD. The objective of this study was to examine the P44 gene and to propose a mechanism for the putative protein and its impact on AD. We examined the sequences in the putative coding region of the human GAPDHP44 gene and the upstream genetic elements usinga bioinformatics approach. We compared the amino acid sequences of the putative gene product with that of the parent GAPDH protein. There is a TATA box 24 nt upstream from, and a Kozak sequence at, putative transcription and translation start sites, respecttively. The upstream region also has sequences (7 - 16 nt) paralogous to those in parent gene introns; one shows homology to a known enhancer element. The resulting protein would contain 139 aa due to a stop codon, roughly the same size as the dinucleotide domain (151 aa) of the parent protein. The SNP is in a region (residues 80 - 120) that binds to the protein GOSPEL. We propose that the beneficial SNP may cause a glutamine to glutamate substitution. NMDA-stmulated neurons undergo GAPDH nitrosylation, Siah translocation, but can be rescued by GOSPEL binding to GAPDH. Our model suggests that the putative P44 protein may regulate GAPDH-GO-SPEL interaction and the beneficial SNPmay ameliorate AD.

A Rough Set and GIS Based Approach for Selecting Suitable Shelters during an Evacuation Process  [PDF]
Sara S. Elheishy, Ahmed A. Saleh, Aziza Asem
Journal of Geographic Information System (JGIS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jgis.2013.51001
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Humanity suffers an ever-present threat of crises. In the event of a crisis, the population in affected areas will be in danger and will need to be evacuated to a safer in order to protect their lives. One of the difficulties in emergency management is quickly and accurately selecting suitably safe areas of refuge. This paper aims to explain an evacuation shelter selection process that uses rough set theory and a geographical information system (GIS). The proposed approach uses rough set theory concepts to classify shelters and selects suitable shelters on the basis of three factors: distance, capacity, and the availability of life requirements. The preparation of data and reporting of results are performed via the GIS environment. The proposed approach was implemented using Masoura,Egypt, as a case study and the re- sults of this implementation are presented.

Metodologias de pesquisa empírica com crian?as
Saramago,Sílvia Sara Sousa;
Sociologia, Problemas e Práticas , 2001,
Abstract: this text sets out the main techniques for use in empirical research involving children that have been developed in the context of a research project in the field of childhood sociology. as the subject involves observables that possess highly distinctive characteristics, classic methodologies need to be adapted to new fieldwork situations. conversation-interviews, illustrated and captioned texts and a written record of the empirical observations are presented as techniques for gathering information in the field that reflect this constant search for adaptation.
Transferable Diseases for Transfusion of sanguine components
Sara Inés Jiménez Sanguino
MedUNAB , 1999,
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YACON: UN POTENCIAL PRODUCTO NATURAL PARA EL TRATAMIENTO DE LA DIABETES
Sara Sánchez,Susana Genta
Boletín Latinoamericano y del Caribe de Plantas Medicinales y Aromáticas , 2007,
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