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E pluribus unum

Alexander H. Bill
1977 Journal of Pediatric Surgery  
I e pluribus unum I the Bradley projeCt on ameriCa's national identity I e pluribus unum I the Bradley projeCt on ameriCa's national identity I e pluribus unum I the Bradley projeCt on  ...  I e pluribus unum I 37 I the Bradley projeCt on ameriCa's national identity I e pluribus unum I the Bradley projeCt on ameriCa's national identity I e pluribus unum the Bradley projeCt  ... 
doi:10.1016/0022-3468(77)90588-7 pmid:592062 fatcat:qr2bsztscbcblk3dlnjtoby734

E Pluribus Unum [chapter]

Marco Li Calzi
2012 Imagine Math  
Each agent takes place in a cell of the grid and interacts with his immediate B O Z Z A N O N D E F I N I T I V A neighbors.  ...  B O Z Z A N O N D E F I N I T I V A The main theme of this article is the exploration of situations where a myriad of interactions between different people leads to the emergence of a (possibly unexpected  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-88-470-2427-4_18 fatcat:7n562drppbh7dl7opubje2uwa4

E Pluribus Unum [chapter]

Hristo Koshutanski, Fabio Massacci
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
. ⋆ This work is partially funded by EU IST-2001-37004 WASP, EU IST E-NEXT NoE, FIRB RBNE0195K5 ASTRO and FIRB RBAU01P5SS projects.  ...  |= L, (iii) P ∪ E |= ⊥, (iv) any set E ′ ≺ E does not satisfy all conditions above.  ...  The abductive solution over a policy P , a set of predicates (credentials) H (with a partial order ≺ over subsets of H) and a ground literal L is a set of ground atoms E such that: (i) E ⊆ H, (ii) P ∪E  ... 
doi:10.1007/11520184_14 fatcat:b52hzixnjrbopnw6azbf22au5u

E Pluribus Unum

1955 New England Journal of Medicine  
Nor does the solicitude end here, for if the veteran’s death can just- ly be attributed to his service, compensation will be extended to his widow, children and dependent par- ents, E PLURIBUS UNUM EverYONE  ... 
doi:10.1056/nejm195505052521812 fatcat:h6snk23mebasbatfs5xsfjl2fi

E PLURIBUS UNUM

B. Q. Morgan
1927 The Modern Language Journal  
E PLURIBUS UNUM 487 Moreover, if French, German, or Spanish chapter meetings could be successfully held in Wisconsin apart from the convention of the W. T.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1540-4781.1927.tb04248.x fatcat:77mkzcf4yzazrj4zp2pz4mdlyy

E Pluribus Unum

Harold E. Stassen
1942 PAR. Public Administration Review  
E Pluribus Unum By HAROLD E.  ... 
doi:10.2307/973110 fatcat:shegygiyyjf2lohcefjumte3zy

E pluribus unum …

K. Höffken, P.M. Schlag, M. Bamberg
2011 Der Onkologe  
doi:10.1007/s00761-011-2048-2 fatcat:p4wkvtgbmfhozd2neo2zqaf3sa

E Pluribus Unum

Ashley Hetrick
2012 Criticism: A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts  
PLuriBus uNuM Ashley hetrick on lingering and Being last: race and Sovereignty in the new world, by Jonathan elmer.  ...  pluribus unum its jagged shape. on lingering and Being last is important not just because it moves Agamben to the Americas, though it does that. elmer harnesses Agamben's insight into sovereign singularity  ... 
doi:10.1353/crt.2012.0007 fatcat:7fqhv4274zawzkrensaryq3kdy

E pluribus unum

Humberto Barrera Orrego
1985 Boletín Cultural y Bibliográfico  
Aristizábal , e n el momento de e mpre nde r la redacción de la novela, sab ía que se la jugaba toda en ell a. Que las t r~mp as estaban ahí , precisamente, e n el consabido recuento de mue rtos.  ...  y babeante del un icornio que, e n contraste con otros caracteres del cuento, mejor e nfocados y visualizados (la chica del bar que sale tras el ho mbre maduro , la casa desordenada), es una e ntid ad  ... 
doaj:3cae37c23f084c298cc2f12b31fb034a fatcat:j37ihtlkkfenrojjw4jzpi2m2u

Introduction: E Pluribus Unum

Vidyanand Nanjundiah, Stuart A Newman
2014 Journal of Biosciences  
The 12 papers in this special issue of Journal of Biosciences are based on talks given at a discussion meeting on the theme 'Individuals and Groups' that was held in Almora from 22 to 31 May 2012. About 50 people took part, all of them as discussants and approximately half also as speakers. Not everyone who spoke contributed an article; the shortfall was made up partially by some who were unable to attend but agreed to write. These papers are a fair representation of the range of viewpoints,
more » ... ugh not systems, covered at Almora. The aim of the meeting was to explore the evolutionary basis of group behaviour in biology and discuss commonalities and differences between diverse viewpoints. A question that might provide a common theme had been suggested to the speakers: To what extent can one account for group behaviour in terms of the properties of the constituent units as exhibited when they are isolated, and to what extent does one need to invoke group-level, 'emergent' traits? As will be seen, the question is addressed in different ways, some overlapping and others in apparent conflict, by the authors of this special issue. Even though the responses concern group behaviour in biological systems, many contain indications of how the individual versus group issue is confronted in physics and chemistry. Within biology, groups at different levels of organizationgenes, proteins, metabolic pathways, cells, organisms and speciesare considered. Before introducing the papers in this issue, we offer our own perspective on individuals and groups. Until the influential intervention of Darwin and Wallace, biologists tended to adopt either a functionalist approach to the explanation of living systems, typically one (as with Cuvier) in which the purposes the functional units served were stipulated by a Creator, or alternatively, a structuralist approach (as with Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire), somewhat akin to physics and chemistry, in which organizational properties were assumed to be intrinsic to the constituent materials, and function was relatively incidental. The Darwinian revolution advanced the functionalist tradition but shifted the focus on why the traits of living organisms were what they are away from the creationist mode. It put forward an account that involved extrinsic factors the demands of the environment and natural selection, following an internal but undirected event, random variation (later tied to genetic change). Current thinking has led to a resurgence of interest in structuralist approaches, but has attempted to incorporate the major insights of a century of Darwinian functionalism. Functional (or 'proximate' or 'how') explanations in biology lean on immediately preceding events and are typically based on phenomenological physics and chemistry regarding mechanism, if not organization. Biology stands out from the other natural sciences in that it also demands a qualitatively different sort of explanation, one that is called historical or 'ultimate'. Ultimate explanations derive from the historical fact of organic evolution. Cosmology and the evolution of the chemical elements also involve history, but one that is many levels removed from the perceptible physical properties of present-day forms. It would seem odd if someone were to say 'Nothing in physics makes sense except in the light of evolution', whereas the corresponding statement was proposed by Dobzhansky as a tenet of biology. The difference is that the properties of organisms tend to be rationalized by their histories, while physical properties and laws tend to be treated as givens. In the Darwinian framework, ultimate explanations are based on natural selection, which endows them with a flavour that is unique to biology. In turn, natural selection is based on variations in organismal traits that derive from the working of genes within living matter; it acts on organisms and claims to diversify lineages and modify species. A broad consensus developed around the 1950s regarding how evolution
doi:10.1007/s12038-014-9424-1 pmid:24736151 fatcat:sb475lezfnfllj5mpasynwicv4

Microbial biofilms: e pluribus unum

Clarissa J. Nobile, Aaron P. Mitchell
2007 Current Biology  
Thus, Microbial biofilms: e pluribus unum Clarissa J. Nobile 1 and Aaron P. Mitchell 1,2 A biofilm is a surface-associated population of microbes embedded in a matrix of extracellular polymers.  ...  A novel competitive mechanism affecting biofilm formation has been revealed through analysis of diverse E. coli isolates.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cub.2007.02.035 pmid:17502083 fatcat:4gx2fo7xffgm7japqcp4poqriy

Type IV pili: e pluribus unum?

Vladimir Pelicic
2008 Molecular Microbiology  
pili are produced in enterohaemorrhagic E. coli O157:H7 (EHEC) upon growth on minimal casein medium and in vivo during EHEC infections (Xicohtencatl-Cortes et al., 2007) .  ...  ., 2003) and the R64 plasmid thin pilus (R64 Pil) of E. coli (Yoshida et al., 1999) , and type IVa pili in P. aeruginosa (Alm and Mattick, 1997) and N. meningitidis (Carbonnelle et al., 2005) .  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2958.2008.06197.x pmid:18399938 fatcat:lwdbz2lgpvainew3bnqpq64nii

The SIBELIUS Project: E Pluribus Unum [article]

Till Sawala
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Okamoto et al. 2008 ; Sawala ★ E-mail: till.sawala@helsinki.fi , 2016b Garrison-Kimmel et al. 2019 ) have shown how the combined effects of reionisation and supernova feedback suppress star formation  ...  The vertical positions of individual points of corresponding colour are normalised relative to the strict criteria, and show Δ = , − , ); analogues by stellar mass in the E simulations indicate M 200  ... 
arXiv:2103.12073v1 fatcat:xwimo5tnmjebrldy4gsfdnv2oy

Curating Collective Collections-E. Pluribus Unum

Bob Kieft
2019 Against the Grain  
Curating Collective Collections -E Pluribus Unum Column Editor: Bob Kieft (688 Holly Ave., Unit 4, St.  ... 
doi:10.7771/2380-176x.7807 fatcat:zhheadtpvrecxbr2wkegvkd7ti
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