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… was universal, a product of capitalist globalization. He established himself as a widely admired guide to the resulting moral and political challenges. Till the end he worried away at the issue of how to achieve and combine moral probity and political effectiveness…

… that DNA is not connected with microscopically perceptible basophilic bodies which he showed to be a product of cell metabolism. He has proved through kariological research of ciliates the true nature of chromosomes in meiosis and has…

… consciousness – a product of an era. The authors conclude that one way or another in human history all the theories from different directions, disciplines, research fields covered one aspect of one of the available multiple-truth about man. One…

… found to be a product of the temperature in the die and the cooling rate of the material. Excessive cooling rates lead to the production of basket-weave microstructures, and breakup of the grain boundary [alpha] to very fine…

… are genetically related to weathering processes. The hendricksite detected at Cristal is a product of hydrothermal alteration, which is formed during the emplacement of sulfides. The complex nature of the identified phyllosilicates may be considered as evidence of the multiple processes (hydrothermal and supergene) that occurred in the Bongará district…

… irregular aggregates replacing calaverite. It is a product of secondary co-oxidation of calaverite, associated with sphalerite, pyrite, and other sulfides. It is a gray and translucent mineral, with a dark green streak and a vitreous luster,…

… either sphalerire and garnet or sphalerite and alurninosilicate. Spinel in quartz veins and pegmatites is thought to be a product of metamorphic-hydrothermal solutions and magmatic processes, respectively. Spinel in aluminous metasediments…

… because the teachers themselves are suspicious of each other. In addition, the meager salaries received by teachers have increased their potential of carrying their frustrations into the classroom. The research was a product of a survey…

This has choked attempts by Zimbabweans to tell the Zimbabwean story as it should be in terms of its history, identity and dignity for the heritage of Zimbabwe’s future generations. This article is a product of the analysis of various…

… also produced. In order to confirm beta-ZAL as a product of ZAN reduction, the metabolism of the latter, by microsome and cytosol in the presence of NADH as co-factor, was investigated. The results obtained revealed that both alpha-ZAL and…

Zappa-Szép products arise when a semigroup has the property that every element has a unique decomposition as a product of elements from two given subsemigroups. They may also be constructed from actions of two semigroups on one another satisfying axioms first formulated by G. Zappa. EThOS – Electronic Theses Online ServiceGBUnited Kingdo…

Young people’s challenging behaviour in the school classroom and elsewhere has long been subject to research and policy attention. Despite inherent definitional difficulties, challenging behaviour is often constructed as a product of an…

Where does this knowledge come from? This paper presents evidence that this distinction is a product of learned correlations among perceptual properties, syntactic cues, and the lexical category structure of early learned nouns. In nine…

… that mountains were created for climbing, just like hats were created for warmth. Is this bias a product of culture or a product of universal aspects of human cognition? In two studies, we explored whether adults and children in Mainland…

… putative faith- based knowledge. For it can easily seem that when you believe something truly on the basis of faith this isn’t because of anything you’re competent to do. Rather faith-based beliefs are a product of divine agency.

You cannot treat the symptoms of a problem without examining the cause. Anti social Behaviour by young people is a product of the society we live in today. Elements of social exclusion have affected many disadvantaged young people and have…

YR and GI, and NDF and ADF differed only by YR. Steer average daily gain was 0. 15 [*]kg[*]d− 1 in 2011 and 0. 68 [*]kg[*]d− 1 in 2012 and varied by YR and GI. Acceptable gains in 2012 may be a product of environmental conditions that influenced herbage mass and nutritive value during stockpile and animal behavior during winter…

… environments (niches) —usually as a non-genetic adaptation—and in which these self-modified environments then exert an evolutionary pressure back onto the organism. This paper seeks to show that niche construction is not a product of natural…

Wingtip vortices were first described by British aerodynamicist F. W. Lanchester in 1907. A product of lift on a finite-span wing, these counterrotating masses of air trail behind an aircraft, gradually diffusing while convecting downward…

Wine is a product of a specific region’s climate and environment. Climate change is a source of increasing sensitivity. This research analyzes the perceptions of winegrape growers and climate trends, which contribute to a better…

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