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This is a report of an activity of introduction to the study of Astronomy developed with a group of future Physics teachers at a Brazilian public university. Such activity had the goal of giving privileged emphasis to notions of spatiality, alternative conceptions of the participants and the process of interaction among peers, and consisted of the representation, in a three dimensional space, of the models of the universe that the participants had. The results, which were categorized as miscellaneous, geocentric, heliocentric and acentric models of the universe, were qualitatively analyzed. Analyses of the activity in the perspective of the participants are indicated and additional considerations are made regarding its use as a resource for teaching Astronomy and for teacher training.

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Is G a conversion factor or a fundamental unit? By using fundamental units c, h, G as conversion factors one can easily transform the dimensions of all observables. However this has no impact on the fact that there are three fundamental units , G being one of them. Only experiment can tell us whether G is basically fundamental. Unit - Fundamentals of Data Storage. Evaluating fundamentals of care: The development of a unit -level quality measurement and improvement programme.

The project aimed to develop a unit -level quality measurement and improvement programme using evidence-based fundamentals of care. Five phases were used to explore the evidence, and design and test a measurement and improvement framework.

Nine identified fundamental elements of care were used to define expected standards of care and develop and test a measurement and improvement framework. Four six-monthly peer reviews have been undertaken since June Charge Nurse Managers used results to identify quality improvements.

Significant improvement was demonstrated overall, in six of the 27 units , in seven of the nine standards and three of the four measures. The PWCCS measurement and improvement framework make visible nursing fundamentals of care in line with continuous quality improvement to increase quality of care. Delivering fundamentals of care is described by nurses as getting? Patient and family feedback supports the centrality of fundamentals of care to their hospital experience.

Implementing a unit -level fundamentals of care quality measurement and improvement programme clarifies expected standards of care, highlights the contribution of fundamentals of care to quality and provides a mechanism for ongoing improvements. The fundamental unit of pain is the cell. This has stimulated pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to invest billions of dollars to develop drugs that enhance or inhibit the function of many these molecules.

Unfortunately this effort has provided a remarkably small return on this investment. Inevitably, transformative progress in this field will require a better understanding of the functional links among the ever-growing ranks of "pain molecules," as well as their links with an even larger number of molecules with which they interact.

Importantly, all of these molecules exist side-by-side, within a functional unit , the cell, and its adjacent matrix of extracellular molecules. To paraphrase a recent editorial in Science magazine [], although we live in the Golden age of Genetics, the fundamental unit of biology is still arguably the cell, and the cell is the critical structural and functional setting in which the function of pain-related molecules must be understood.

This review summarizes our current understanding of the nociceptor as a cell-biological unit that responds to a variety of extracellular inputs with a complex and highly organized interaction of signaling molecules. We also discuss the insights that this approach is providing into peripheral mechanisms of chronic pain and sex dependence in pain. Which functional unit to identify sustainable foods?

In life-cycle assessment, the functional unit defines the unit for calculation of environmental indicators. The objective of the present study was to assess the influence of two functional units , g and kcal kJ , on the associations between three dimensions for identifying sustainable foods, namely environmental impact via greenhouse gas emissions GHGE , nutritional quality using two distinct nutrient profiling systems and price.

GHGE and price data were collected for individual foods, and were each expressed per g and per kcal. Spearman correlations were used to assess associations between variables. Sustainable foods were identified as those having more favourable values for all three dimensions. The choice of functional unit strongly influenced the compatibility between the sustainability dimensions and the identification of sustainable foods. Collaborative efforts between federal, state, and local government agencies enable local Extension units to deliver a high level of educational opportunities to local citizens.

These units represent land-grant institutions by delivering non-formal education that aim to address local, regional, and state concerns. The purpose of this study was to…. On the importance of identifying , characterizing, and predicting fundamental phenomena towards microbial electrochemistry applications. The development of microbial electrochemistry research toward technological applications has increased significantly in the past years, leading to many process configurations.

This short review focuses on the need to identify and characterize the fundamental phenomena that control the performance of microbial electrochemical cells MXCs. Specifically, it discusses the importance of recent efforts to discover and characterize novel microorganisms for MXC applications, as well as recent developments to understand transport limitations in MXCs. As we increase our understanding of how MXCs operate, it is imperative to continue modeling efforts in order to effectively predict their performance, design efficient MXC technologies, and implement them commercially.

Thus, the success of MXC technologies largely depends on the path of identifying , understanding, and predicting fundamental phenomena that determine MXC performance. All rights reserved. Talent identification TID is a pertinent component of the sports sciences, affording practitioners the opportunity to target developmental interventions to a select few; optimising financial investments.

However, TID is multi-componential, requiring the recognition of immediate and prospective performance. The measurement of athletic movement skill may afford practitioners insight into the latter component given its augmented relationship with functional sport specific qualities.

It is currently unknown whether athletic movement skill is a discriminant quality in junior Australian football AF. This study aimed to discriminate talent identified junior AF players from their non-talent identified counterparts using a fundamental gross athletic movement assessment. Players performed a fundamental gross athletic movement assessment based on the Athletic Ability Assessment AAA , consisting of an overhead squat, double lunge left and right legs , single leg Romanian deadlift left and right legs , and a push up six movement criterions.

Movements were scored across three assessment points using a three-point scale resulting in a possible score of nine for each movement.

Results support the integration of this assessment into contemporary talent identification approaches in junior AF, as it may provide coaches. Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden.

Full Text Available Talent identification TID is a pertinent component of the sports sciences, affording practitioners the opportunity to target developmental interventions to a select few; optimising financial investments. Players performed a fundamental gross athletic movement assessment based on the Athletic Ability Assessment AAA, consisting of an overhead squat, double lunge left and right legs, single leg Romanian deadlift left and right legs, and a push up six movement criterions.

Results support the integration of this assessment into contemporary talent. Results support the integration of this assessment into contemporary talent identification approaches in junior AF, as it may provide coaches with.

The comparison of two options for regulating transuranic TRU waste disposal is explained in this paper. The two options are 1 fundamental and derived standards developed specifically for the TRU waste and 2 a family of procedures that use a reference to the TRU waste unit with procedures that use a reference to the TRU waste unit with commercial high-level waste HLW criteria.

Background information pertaining to both options is covered. A section on criteria specifically for TRUE waste suggests a methodology for developing or adapting fundamental and derived criteria that are consistent with all other aspects of the standards. The section on references TRU waste units covers all the parameter variations that have been suggested for this option.

The technical bases of each approach is reviewed, implementation is discussed and their relative attributes and deficiencies are evaluated. Full Text Available Conservation scientists emphasize the importance of maintaining a connected network of protected areas to prevent ecosystems and populations from becoming isolated, reduce the risk of extinction, and ultimately sustain biodiversity.

Keeping protected areas connected in a network is increasingly recognized as a conservation priority in the current era of rapid climate change. Models that identify suitable linkages between core areas have been used to prioritize potentially important corridors for maintaining functional connectivity. Here, we identify the most "natural" i.

We aggregated results from multiple connectivity models to develop a composite map of corridors reflecting agreement of models run under different assumptions about how human modification of land may influence connectivity. To identify which land units are most important for sustaining structural connectivity, we used the composite map of corridors to evaluate connectivity priorities in two ways: 1 among land units outside of our pool of large core protected areas and 2 among units administratively protected as Inventoried Roadless IRAs or Wilderness Study Areas WSAs.

Corridor values varied substantially among classes of "unprotected" non-core land units , and land units of high connectivity value and priority represent diverse ownerships and existing levels of protections.

We provide a ranking of IRAs and WSAs that should be prioritized for additional protection to maintain minimal human modification. Our results provide a coarse-scale assessment of connectivity priorities for maintaining a connected network of protected areas.

The fundamental units , processes and patterns of evolution, and the Tree of Life conundrum. Concept Prompted by the crisis of the TOL, we attempt to define the primary units and the fundamental patterns and processes of evolution. We posit that replication of the genetic material is the singular fundamental biological process and that replication with an error rate below a certain threshold both enables and necessitates evolution by drift and selection.

Starting from this proposition, we outline a general concept of evolution that consists of three major precepts. The primary agency of evolution consists of Fundamental Units of Evolution FUEs, that is, units of genetic material that possess a substantial degree of evolutionary independence.

The FUEs include both bona fide selfish elements such as viruses, viroids, transposons, and plasmids, which encode some of the information required for their own replication, and regular genes that possess quasi-independence owing to their distinct selective value that provides for their transfer between ensembles of FUEs genomes and preferential replication along with the rest of the recipient genome.

The history of replication of a genetic element without recombination is isomorphously represented by a directed tree graph an arborescence, in the graph theory language. Recombination within a FUE is common between very closely related sequences where homologous recombination is feasible but becomes negligible for longer evolutionary distances.

In contrast, shuffling of FUEs occurs at all evolutionary distances. Thus, a tree is a natural representation of the evolution of an individual FUE on the macro scale, but not of an ensemble of FUEs such as a genome. The history of life is properly represented by the "forest" of evolutionary trees for individual FUEs Forest of Life, or. Various methods for calculating particle-emission rates from hot systems are reviewed. This replacement is associated with the existence of stimulated emission.

Simple arguments are used to demonstrate that black holes can also undergo stimulated emission, as previously determined by others. Stimulated-virtual photons can be exchanged with other particles generating a force.

With the inclusion of near-field effects, the model choices presented give a calculated fundamental unit of charge of 1. If these choices are corroborated by detailed calculations then an understanding of the numerical value of the fine structure constant may emerge. The present study suggests charge might be an emergent property generated by a simple interaction mechanism between point-like particles and the electromagnetic vacuum, similar to the process that generates the Lamb shift.

The use of deconvolution techniques to identify the fundamental mixing characteristics of urban drainage structures. Mixing and dispersion processes affect the timing and concentration of contaminants transported within urban drainage systems. Hence, methods of characterising the mixing effects of specific hydraulic structures are of interest to drainage network modellers.

However, although systematic variations in travel time as a function of discharge and surcharge depth have been identified , the first order ADE and ADZ models do not provide particularly good fits to observed manhole data, which means that the derived parameter values are not independent of the upstream temporal concentration profile. An alternative, more robust, approach utilises the system's Cumulative Residence Time Distribution CRTD , and the solute transport characteristics of a surcharged manhole have been shown to be characterised by just two dimensionless CRTDs, one for pre- and the other for post-threshold surcharge depths.

Although CRTDs corresponding to instantaneous upstream injections can easily be generated using Computational Fluid Dynamics CFD models, the identification of CRTD characteristics from non-instantaneous and noisy laboratory data sets has been hampered by practical difficulties.

This paper shows how a deconvolution approach derived from systems theory may be applied to identify the CRTDs associated with urban drainage structures.

Purpose: Terminal oncology intensive care unit ICU hospitalizations are associated with high costs and inferior quality of care. This study identifies and characterizes potentially avoidable terminal admissions of oncology patients to ICUs. The primary outcome was the proportion of terminal ICU hospitalizations identified as potentially avoidable by two or more reviewers.

Univariate and multivariate analysis were performed to identify characteristics associated with avoidable terminal ICU hospitalizations. Results: Seventy-two patients met inclusion criteria.

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