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Teaching the Process of Molecular Phylogeny and Systematics: A Multi-Part Inquiry-Based Exercise

Nathan H. Lents, Oscar E. Cifuentes, Anthony Carpi, John Jungck
2010 CBE - Life Sciences Education  
errors in DNA replication (or meiosis) cause the permanent loss of part of a chromosome. • It may seem difficult to imagine how such a drastic change in chromosomal structure, resulting in large alterations  ...  Post-lab discussion of the Phylogenetic Trees Discussion/Homework questions: 1) Why are psuedogenes and other noncoding DNA sequences so commonly used by evolutionary biologists to determine relatedness  ... 
doi:10.1187/cbe.09-10-0076 pmid:21123698 pmcid:PMC2995769 fatcat:3glzryn635hktjsxwncju6kpne

Effects of Cerebellar Stimulation on Processing Semantic Associations

Giorgos P. Argyropoulos, Neil G. Muggleton
2012 Cerebellum  
The findings are discussed in the contexts of a cerebellar role in linguistic expectancy generation and the corticocerebellar 'prefrontal' reciprocal loop.  ...  Current research in cerebellar cognitive and linguistic functions makes plausible the idea that the cerebellum is involved in processing temporally contiguous linguistic input.  ...  Both sites were marked using non-permanent colour markers.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12311-012-0398-y pmid:22752996 fatcat:3c2exs2da5hqzhxdno3sd4wdw4

Impact of Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) on Work-Relatedness Evaluation in Cerebrovascular and Cardiovascular Diseases among Workers

Jungsun Park
2006 Journal of Occupational Health  
Key words: Acute coronary syndrome (ACS), Coronary a r t e r y d i s e a s e ( C A D ) , C e r e b r o v a s c u l a r a n d cardiovascualar diseases, karoshi, Work-relatedness, Etiopathology  ...  Furthermore, a recent study reported a relationship between general psychological strain and carotid atherosclerosis 3) .  ...  Table 1 typifies the risk factors in the current criteria on the work-relatedness of CVDs in Japan and the characteristics of their work-relatedness by each type.  ... 
doi:10.1539/joh.48.141 pmid:16612044 fatcat:clogxipiyja5veyxeyzmbp2axq

Relatedness proportion effects on masked associative priming: An ERP study

Giordana Grossi
2006 Psychophysiology  
Descriptors: Event-related potentials, Masked priming, Associative priming, N400, Relatedness proportion Many thanks to Keith Rico, Teressa DelSanto, Joanna Doerfer, Amertah Perman, Stella Quinn, and Michael  ...  Behavioral and electrophysiological priming effects were observed in both high and low relatedness proportion conditions. The observed priming effects were not modulated by relatedness proportion.  ...  Given this pattern, relatedness proportion effects have generally been associated with attention-controlled and strategic processes (Neely, 1977 (Neely, , 1991 .  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1469-8986.2006.00383.x pmid:16629682 fatcat:l3wajjamm5fyvewpo477k3sdf4

Psychological defenses and psychiatric symptoms in adults with pediatric spinal cord injuries

P Sammallahti, M Kannisto, V Aalberg
1996 Spinal Cord  
some faint, yet permanent psychodynamic traces.  ...  Furthermore, the results that patients with pediatric spinal cord injury scored higher on fantasy (daydreaming) and passive aggression (silent resistance) suggest that being injured very young may leave  ...  To control for the possibility that the observed time related changes were due to normal development, the age-relatedness of these defenses was examined in the control group also (non-significant). �--  ... 
doi:10.1038/sc.1996.121 pmid:8918964 fatcat:qemuk2xbcfhptgvg4pwjwyycoy

Cross-Cultural Approaches to Adoption; Cultures of Transnational Adoption:Cross-Cultural Approaches to Adoption;Cultures of Transnational Adoption

LINDA J. SELIGMANN
2006 American Anthropologist  
create relatedness and belonging, and how these states shift over time and place.  ...  For example, links between a person and their land are viewed as essential pathways to distinctive and permanent identity, regardless of whether or not the child has been adopted and lives elsewhere.  ... 
doi:10.1525/aa.2006.108.3.544 fatcat:jh2thdywyjfjrjpw4vi3o3bfb4

Generational Change: Implications for the Development of Future Military Leaders

Paul Whelan
2006 Connections The Quarterly Journal  
This paper will address the future of military leadership and management within the context of generational change among its management employees.  ...  Employee aspirations and attributes are evolving too. Today's employees exhibit values and aspirations different from their older generational counterparts.  ...  The Silent Generation Most analysts date the birth of members of the Silent Generation between 1925 and 1942.  ... 
doi:10.11610/connections.05.2.08 fatcat:glcnrejk4vbqhjcvcikfmlukei

St. John of the Cross and the Monopolar Concept of God in the Abrahamic Religions in Spain

Daniel Dombrowski
2020 Religions  
The aim of this article is to philosophically explore the tension between "the God of the philosophers" and "the God of religious experience."  ...  That is, a better understanding of mystics in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam can occur via dipolar theism as articulated by contemporary process philosophers in the Abrahamic religions, especially the  ...  ., permanence-change), there are invidious or injurious elements (inferior permanence or inferior change), but also noninvidious, good elements (excellent permanence or excellent change).  ... 
doi:10.3390/rel11070372 fatcat:tcp6e4g7fnhpzlanem3snccure

The evolution of multiqueen breeding in eusocial lineages with permanent physically differentiated castes

Jacobus J. Boomsma, Dóra B. Huszár, Jes Søe Pedersen
2014 Animal Behaviour  
We argue that perennial life histories, male survival as stored sperm rather than as lifetime mates, and sib competition are possibly sufficient to explain the general prevalence of secondary polygyny  ...  The hypothesis that obligate eusociality always evolved from ancestral states of strict lifetime monogamy implies that (1) facultatively eusocial lineages had to abandon multifemale breeding to achieve permanent  ...  anonymous referee for discussion and constructive comments.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.anbehav.2014.03.005 fatcat:zhpak5wuirbgtfor5ov6no25dq

The Legal Concept of Work-Related Injury and Disease in Australian OHS and Workers' Compensation Systems

Alan Clayton, Richard Johnstone, Sonya Sceats
2003 Social Science Research Network  
We do not examine the notion of "work-relatedness" in common law compensation claims, because there is no legal requirement of work-relatedness for a common law claim for compensation for personal injury  ...  The relevant changes to the notions of work-relatedness in the OHS statutes are of recent vintage. The current general duty provisions were introduced from the mid-1980s.  ...  In this ongoing process of selfdefinition and grappling with the increasing pace of technological and labour market change, notions of 'work-relatedness' have often provided the spears for change or the  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.367402 fatcat:7ununc6yfvgdjegp3hce5hnzc4

Who Lives in the C-Suite? Organizational Structure and the Division of Labor in Top Management

Maria Guadalupe, Hongyi Li, Julie M. Wulf
2012 Social Science Research Network  
Using panel data on senior management positions, we explore the relationship between changes in executive team composition, firm diversification, and IT investments-which arguably alter returns to exploiting  ...  This paper shows that top management structures in large US firms radically changed since the mid-1980s.  ...  Columns 3 to 6, report pay changes for division (general) managers.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2179524 fatcat:gmozuulr4rhmroqjqnms665zoe

Who Lives in the C-Suite? Organizational Structure and the Division of Labor in Top Management

Maria Guadalupe, Hongyi Li, Julie M. Wulf
2012 Social Science Research Network  
Using panel data on senior management positions, we explore the relationship between changes in executive team composition, firm diversification, and IT investments-which arguably alter returns to exploiting  ...  This paper shows that top management structures in large US firms radically changed since the mid-1980s.  ...  Columns 3 to 6, report pay changes for division (general) managers.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1982531 fatcat:vu7isadfbfg7xhm2rftgwi5olq

Who Lives in the C-Suite? Organizational Structure and the Division of Labor in Top Management

Maria Guadalupe, Hongyi Li, Julie Wulf
2014 Management science  
Using panel data on senior management positions, we explore the relationship between changes in executive team composition, firm diversification, and IT investments-which arguably alter returns to exploiting  ...  This paper shows that top management structures in large US firms radically changed since the mid-1980s.  ...  Columns 3 to 6, report pay changes for division (general) managers.  ... 
doi:10.1287/mnsc.2013.1795 fatcat:ncoez2v2rvaw3bzspddm3tsnwi

Do Molecular Clocks Run at All? A Critique of Molecular Systematics

Jeffrey H. Schwartz, Bruno Maresca
2006 Biological Theory  
This assumption derives from interpreting molecular similarity (or dissimilarity) between taxa in the context of a Darwinian model of continual and gradual change.  ...  Rather, molecular systematics is (largely) based on the assumption, first clearly articulated by Zuckerkandl and Pauling (1962) , that degree of overall similarity reflects degree of relatedness.  ...  Acknowledgments JHS was supported by a grant from the University of Pittsburgh and BM by a grant from The University of Salerno.  ... 
doi:10.1162/biot.2006.1.4.357 fatcat:f63w7ecvejbh7jxsyq66oa5vea

Social management of laboratory rhesus macaques housed in large groups using a network approach: A review

Brenda McCowan, Brianne Beisner, Darcy Hannibal
2017 Behavioural Processes  
We discovered three major pathways leading to instability, such as unusually high rates and severity of trauma and social relocations.  ...  Thus for both welfare and other management reasons, aggression among rhesus macaques at primate centers and facilities needs to be addressed with a more proactive approach.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to acknowledge all observers and research staff who contributed to these sets of studies.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.beproc.2017.11.014 pmid:29224844 pmcid:PMC5992086 fatcat:ijamaoqbzrbqdbf66devtzpdyq
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