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Ebook Keelings fetal and neonatal pathology (5th edition) Part 1

Ebook Keelings fetal and neonatal pathology (5th edition) Part 1

(BQ) Part 1 book Keelings fetal and neonatal pathology presentation of content: The perinatal postmortem from a clinician’s viewpoint, the perinatal necropsy, genetic and epigenetic basis of development and disease, the placenta and umbilical cord, perinatal imaging, epidemiology of fetal and neonatal death,...and other contents.

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STUDY OF GENETIC DIVERSITY IN UPLAND COTTON (GOSSYPIUM HIRSUTUM L.) OF COTTON LEAF CURL DISEASE RESISTANT AND SUSCEPTIBLE GENOTYPES BY USING ISSRS

STUDY OF GENETIC DIVERSITY IN UPLAND COTTON (GOSSYPIUM HIRSUTUM L.) OF COTTON LEAF CURL DISEASE RESISTANT AND SUSCEPTIBLE GENOTYPES BY USING ISSRS

University, Hisar. There was a single row ofnon segregating generations i.e. P1, P2 and F1,8 rows of F2 and 4 rows of each back cross 1and back cross 2 generations. In order to buildup heavy inoculum pressure one row of highlysusceptible line (HS 6) was planted at theperiphery of the experimental area. Normalcultural practices were followed exceptinsecticidal spray for control of white fly(Bemisia tabaci Genn.) population in the field.Reaction of cotton leaf curl virus disease wasrecorded on all the plants in all replicationsand the non segregating generations i.e. P1, P2and F1s of these four crosses were used asexperimental material to collect leaf samplesfor the molecular study. The healthy as well asdiseased leaves from the resistant andsusceptible cotton genotypes and theirrespected F1 hybrids of all the four crosseswere collected and their DNA was isolated.reproducible and generated the mostpolymorphic pattern. PCR reactions werecarried out in Thermo Cycler in 10 µl reactionmixture containing 1X PCR buffer, 5 per centDMSO, 300 µM dNTPs, 2.5 mM Mgcl2, 1 UTaq DNA polymerase, 0.5 µM primer(designed by Sigma- Aldrich Pvt. Limited,India) and DNA 25 ng. PCR cycles consisted
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IS PROGRESS ALWAYS GOO1

IS PROGRESS ALWAYS GOO1

( Word Reader - Unregistered ) www.word-reader.comIs progress always good?It is truly hard for me to agree or disagree with the statementthat progress is always good. As many things in life progresshas also its `black` and `white` sides.I would not generally agree with those who claim that progress isalways good. They would say that progress in medicine hashelped people live longer and fought with terrible diseases thathave tortured human kind for centuries. Furthermore, these peoplewould also say that technical progress has improved our livesenormously. The use of machinery, automation in industry andnew kinds of communication are things that have changedpeople`s lives tremendously.However, I would agree with those who believe that the price wepay for our progress is too high. It is a fact that the earth isoverpopulated as a result from medical treatment of variousdiseases and longer life thanks to progress in study of medicine.Consequently, we not only consume much more than we canproduce but we also run low on natural resources.What is more, as a result from our technical progress our air,soil and waters are irreversibly polluted. Besides the fact thatwe live in a poisonous world, technical progress has brought anew disease called ‘stress` that is considered a basis of manydifferent health disorders.( Word Reader - Unregistered ) www.word-reader.comNevertheless, I would not dare to argue with those who think thatprogress is good. I agree that progress has made human abilities
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ANALYSIS OF GENETIC DIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION PRIORITIES IN ASIAN DOMESTIC CHICKEN POPULATIONS BASED ON MICROSATELLITES

ANALYSIS OF GENETIC DIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION PRIORITIES IN ASIAN DOMESTIC CHICKEN POPULATIONS BASED ON MICROSATELLITES

Figure 3. Risk status of the world's avian breeds in October 2010.Source: FAO (2011b).1.1.2.1. ThreatsA small number of exotic breeds are rapidly replacing the local breeds indeveloping countries in the attempt to improve productivity in the traditional poultrysector since the 1990s (Hall, 2004). For economic point of view, crossbreeding is veryefficient for improvement of performance for many traits where the first crossbredgeneration exploits heterosis effect. However, the erosion of chicken biodiversity due toindiscriminate crossbreeding may lead to loss of breed identity (Hall, 2004). Secondly,epidemics and disease potentially threatened chicken genetic resource. The outbreak ofhighly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) spread across Vietnam. About 43,1706thousand birds (an equivalent of 17% of the national populations) were destroyed in theyear 2003/2004 (Rushton et al., 2005).1.1.2.2. OpportunitiesLocal chicken and slow-growing breeds seem to be adapted to alternativefarming systems, like conventional free-range and organic compared with commerciallines, which will particularly improve animal welfare and food safety (Fanatico et al.,2009; Pham et al., 2011b; Pham et al., 2012). In several commercial laying hen breeds,Leenstra et al. (2012) showed a slightly higher mortality and a lower egg production perhen housed to 60 weeks of age in organic flocks compared with conventional free-rangeflocks in Switzerland, France and The Netherlands. Similarly, Chinese slow-growingbreed (Gushi breed) when raised in a free-range farming system, showed a significant
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CELL BASIS OF INHERITANCEAND MENDELIAN GENETICS

CELL BASIS OF INHERITANCEAND MENDELIAN GENETICS

8th Week, 3rd SemesterCell Basis of Inheritanceand Mendelian GeneticsNQH, DDL, HTMN @HUSOverview of today’s topics:Reading: Chapter 13.4 - 6,7th theme. Mistakes in meiosis andsex determination1. Nondisjuctions/mistakes in meiosis2. Sex determination in humans3. Sex determination in other organisms8th theme. Mendelian Genetics1. How meiosis generates genetic diversity2. Mendelian genetics (monohybrid vs. dihybrid crosses)3. Shortcuts to problem solving - probability9th theme. Sex linkage and pedigrees1. How to know you are dealing with one or two genes2. X - linked inheritance3. Human pedigreesNQH, DDL, HTMN @HUS7th theme.Mistakes in meiosis and sex determination
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MS in child review 2017

MS in child review 2017

Metabolic syndrome is defined by a constellation of interconnected physiological, biochemical, clinical, and metabolic factors that directly increases the risk of cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes mellitus, and all cause mortality. Insulin resistance, visceral adiposity, atherogenic dyslipidemia, endothelial dysfunction, genetic susceptibility, elevated blood pressure, hypercoagulable state, and chronic stress are the several factors which constitute the syndrome. Chronic inflammation is known to be associated with visceral obesity and insulin resistance which is characterized by production of abnormal adipocytokines such as tumor necrosis factor α, interleukin1 (IL1), IL6, leptin, and adiponectin. The interaction between components of the clinical phenotype of the syndrome with its biological phenotype (insulin resistance, dyslipidemia, etc.) contributes to the development of a proinflammatory state and further a chronic, subclinical vascular inflammation which modulates and results in atherosclerotic processes. Lifestyle modification remains the initial intervention of choice for such population. Modern lifestyle modification therapy combines specific recommendations on diet and exercise with behavioural strategies. Pharmacological treatment should be considered for those whose risk factors are not adequately reduced with lifestyle changes. This review provides summary of literature related to the syndrome’s definition, epidemiology, underlying pathogenesis, and treatment approaches of each of the risk factors comprising metabolic syndrome.
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COMMON CORE TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGIES

COMMON CORE TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGIES

Stop-N-Think. Teach students the purpose of Stop-N-Think. Studies suggestthat the brain can only pay attention for so long before it needs to “stop andthink,” in order to better process learning (Jensen and Nickelsen, 2003).1. The Stop-N-Think provides students a graphic organizer to help themprocess their learning while they are reading informational texts.Students may write words, phrases, or sentences. The may also drawpictures to help them process and keep track of information. Size of“chunks” will vary based on the student. The text should be“chunked” based on students ability to stay focused.2. The stops can be used to analyze in detail how a key individual, eventor idea is introduced, illustrated and elaborated in a text. Studentswill need to be directed at each stop as to what they are to analyze.Stop-N-Think. Students convert their completed graphic organizer into awritten summary or essay citing the textual evidence that most stronglysupports an analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferencesdrawn from the text. Aligned assessment and feedback of writing productscan move learning forward with regards to writing skill, language acquisition,and reading comprehension. Students give and receive timely objectivefeedback resulting in targeted learning opportunities based on assessmentresults.Trailing the Text. Trailing the Text is similar to Stop-N-Think but instead of anote-taking device, the student is looking for specific details of what an authorhas written to explain a key individual, event or idea. The teacher picks five orsix good stopping points in the text. This can be marked by page numbers ona graphic organizer. Students are to analyze in detail at each stop (using notes,key words, pictures, etc..) how a key individual, event or idea is introduced,illustrated and elaborated in a text.Teachers should assign the chunks based on places in the text in which the
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DISCOVERY SERIES INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY 1ST EDITION PLOTNIK TEST BANK

DISCOVERY SERIES INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY 1ST EDITION PLOTNIK TEST BANK

94. The motor cortex initiates all voluntary movements and is found in:a. the limbic systemc. Broca’s areab. the parietal lobed. the frontal lobeANS: DPTS: 1DIF: Bloom's: UnderstandREF: 2.6 Brain: Structures and Functions, Textbook | Animation - Parts of the Brain, Online | Video- The Cortex, OnlineOBJ: LO15 Identify and locate the four lobes in the cerebral cortex, and state their key functions.MSC: TYPE: Easy95. The somatosensory cortex is located in the:a. frontal lobeb. parietal lobec. motor cortexd. occipital lobeANS: BPTS: 1DIF: Bloom's: RememberREF: 2.6 Brain: Structures and Functions, Textbook | Animation - Parts of the Brain, Online | Video The Cortex, OnlineOBJ: LO15 Identify and locate the four lobes in the cerebral cortex, and state their key functions.MSC: TYPE: Easy96. If your parietal lobe is damaged, you would have difficulty:a. imitating motor movementsb. coordinating movements on the left side and right side of your bodyc. with visual perceptiond. recognizing through touch the shape of a telephone in a dark room
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Evaluation of changes of dopamine plasma concentration in parkinson s disease patients

Evaluation of changes of dopamine plasma concentration in parkinson s disease patients

To investigate the alterations in plasma concentration of dopamine in patients with Parkinson’s disease. Subjects and methods: Changes in plasma concentration of dopamine were analyzed to find its correlations and clinical features in 45 patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD group) and 40 healthy people (non-PD group).

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Gene networks and expression quantitative trait loci associated with adjuvant chemotherapy response in high-grade serous ovarian cancer

Gene networks and expression quantitative trait loci associated with adjuvant chemotherapy response in high-grade serous ovarian cancer

A major impediment in the treatment of ovarian cancer is the relapse of chemotherapy-resistant tumors, which occurs in approximately 25% of patients. A better understanding of the biological mechanisms underlying chemotherapy resistance will improve treatment efficacy through genetic testing and novel therapies.

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Effects of sulfide containing compounds on development of atherosclerosis in human endolthelial cells and hyperlipidemic rabbits

EFFECTS OF SULFIDE CONTAINING COMPOUNDS ON DEVELOPMENT OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN HUMAN ENDOLTHELIAL CELLS AND HYPERLIPIDEMIC RABBITS

... EFFECTS OF SULFIDE- CONTAINING COMPOUNDS ON DEVELOPMENT OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN HUMAN UNDOTHELIAL CELLS AND HYPERLIPIDEMIC RABBITS WEN YA-DAN Master of Medicine, Soochow University... Effects of SPRC on ultrastructure of thoracic aorta of NZW rabbits 143 4.4.5 Effects of SPRC on oxidative stress in the NZW rabbits 145 4.4.6 Effects of SPRC on cell adhesion in the NZW rabbits. .. disease and neurodegenerative disease In this study, the therapeutic potentials of H2S and an analog of sulfide- containing garlic extraction, SPRC on atherosclerosis in vitro and in vivo were investigated

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Genetic variability, heritability and genetic advance in rice (Oryza sativa L.) under salt affected soil

Genetic variability, heritability and genetic advance in rice (Oryza sativa L.) under salt affected soil

The present investigation entitled “Genetic variability, heritability and genetic advance in rice (Oryza sativa L.) under salt affected soil” comprised of 7 lines and 3 testers recommended for sodic soil. Crosses were made in “line x tester mating design. Thus 21 crosses (F1‟s) were produced during 2015. All crosses along with their 10 parents and one check (Usar Dhan-3) were evaluated in RBD with three replications during Kharif 2016.

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BAI GIANG HE HO HAP (RESPIRATORY SYSTEM)

BAI GIANG HE HO HAP (RESPIRATORY SYSTEM)

Respiratory muscles–Lung compliance, pulmonary surfactant•Gas exchange at the lungs and at the tissues –diffusion and partial pressure•The transport of oxygen in the circulation , oxygen saturation of Hemoglobin, PO250•Cacbonic anhydrase and the transport of CO2 in the circulation•Control of respirationBiochemical or Internal Respiration (Hô hấp trong) versusPhysiological or External Respiration (hô hấp ngoài)1. Internal respiration deals with converting foodenergy to ATP.2. External respiration deals with the mechanics

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A survey of plasma testosterone concentration in male patients with chronic kidney disease stage III - V

A survey of plasma testosterone concentration in male patients with chronic kidney disease stage III - V

To evaluate the plasma testosterone level in male patients with chronic kidney disease stage III - V, pre-dialysis. Subjects and methods: A cross-sectional study with a study group of 118 chronic kidney disease patients, pre-dialysis.

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Isolation, identification and molecular confirmation of Brucella melitensis from ovine and caprine flocks in Karnataka, India

Isolation, identification and molecular confirmation of Brucella melitensis from ovine and caprine flocks in Karnataka, India

Sheep and goat brucellosis caused by Brucella melitensis, one of the most virulent Brucella species accounting for economic losses through abortion, stillbirths, reduction of milk yield and infertility. Disease has wide socioeconomic impact, in countries where, livestock sector is the major source of rural income. Early diagnosis is essential to minimise the spread of the disease besides public health importance. The present study reports the isolation, identification, biotyping and molecular confirmation of Brucella spp. in 18 different sheep and goat farms in Karnataka suspected to have brucellosis.
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Characteristics of concomitant cardiovascular diseases in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

Characteristics of concomitant cardiovascular diseases in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

Objectives: To examine the characteristics of concomitant cardiovascular diseases in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Subjects and methods: A cross-sectional descriptive study was conducted on 162 patients who had a confirmed diagnosis of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease from January 2016 to October 2018.

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INHBA is a prognostic predictor for patients with colon adenocarcinoma

INHBA is a prognostic predictor for patients with colon adenocarcinoma

Colon adenocarcinoma (COAD) is one of the most lethal cancers. It is particularly important to accurately predict prognosis and to provide individualized treatment. Several lines of evidence suggest that genetic factors and clinicopathological characteristics are related to cancer onset and progression.

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Backcross breeding for enhancing minerals (Iron and Zinc) content in rice (Oryza sativa L.)

Backcross breeding for enhancing minerals (Iron and Zinc) content in rice (Oryza sativa L.)

Micronutrient malnutrition is a serious health concern resulting due to deficiency of minerals such as iron and zinc in dietary intake. Genetic enhancement of crops with higher mineral content i.e. bio-fortification is one of the most cost effective method to solve the global mineral malnutrition problem.

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CAPACITY BUIDING OF UNIVERSITY PRESIDENTS IN HANOI TOWARD COMPETENCEBASED APPROACH

CAPACITY BUIDING OF UNIVERSITY PRESIDENTS IN HANOI TOWARD COMPETENCEBASED APPROACH

scientific management principles: 1) specify the methods to complete each task;2) recruitment and training of workers; 3) essential cooperation betweenemployers and employees; 4) duties of the employer to make plan and duties ofthe employee to do plan; Henri Fayol (1841-1925) believed that an effectivemanagement could be guaranteed if the manager has sufficient qualities andcapabilities combining the functions, rules and principles of management [3] [13][29]. Illina T.A, Savin N.V, and so on mentioned to the functions, positions androles of school administrators [40].In 1970-1980s of the twentieth century, William Ouchi (CaliforniaUniversity, Los Angeles, USA) confirmed the importance of culture inmanagement and outlined seven characteristics (7S) affecting to the effectivenessof management. Leonard Nadle (1980) suggested three main tasks of humanresource management [excerpt from 13]. W.E.Deming, Crosby và Ohno (1991)presented theories of Total Quality Management - TQM [excerpt from 13].Schmuck et. al, (1997) discussed on Change Management Theory [28]. HaroldKoontz, Cyril Odonnel, and Heinz Eeihrich mentioned more on the qualityrequirements of the manager in the book titled Essentials of management [29].Bikas C.Sanyal, Micheala Martin, and Susan D’Antoni highlighted three basicthemes: 1) financial management; 2) management of teaching staff; 3)management of used areas [3].In Vietnam, Nguyen Minh Hac, Mai Huu Khue (1982) [43], Kieu Nam(1983) [53], Pham Duc Thanh (1995) [64], Nguyen Minh Dao (1997) [18], DoHoang Toan (1998) [66], Nguyen Van Binh (1999) [4], Nguyen Phu Trong, TranXuan Sam (2001) [excerpt from 68], Pham Thanh Nghi, Vu Hoang Ngan [13][40] [54] and so on mentioned the following issues:1) A manager’s position and role at work, in an organization/unit have adecisive significance for the work efficiency.2) Staff and manager planning issues such as goals, attitudes, principlesand motto of the staff planning, the content and methodology of the staffplanning staff aim to build a capacity of managers meeting the requirements and
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