... each with their own internal logic and values
, but rather only a single standard of refinement ... is to see it as consisting of three elements: values
, norms , and artifacts . [ Dictionary of ... culture — derive from the culture's values
Julian Huxley gives a slightly ...
... degree of freedom is lost because the expected values
were calculated from the observed values). The ... (1903) found one equilibrium position with values
of p = q = 0.5. Reginald Punnett , unable ... q^2 = pr. And since q_1^2 = p_1r_1, whatever the values
of p, q, and r may be, the distribution will in ...
... many forms of beliefs , myths , rituals , values
, and social norms .
The self-consciousness ... their maximum height around the age of 18. These values
vary too, depending on genes and environment.
... elements: values, social norms, and artifacts . values
are ideas about what is important. Norms are ...
... as fitness ). The set of all possible genotypes and their related fitness values
is then called a fitness landscape.
In evolutionary optimization ...
The idea to study evolution by visualizing the distribution of fitness values
as a kind of landscape was first introduced by Sewall Wright in 1932 .
... plate is dipped or which are sprayed onto the plate.
Once visible, the spots can be quantified by way of calculating their R f values. These values
should be the same regardless of the extent of travel of the solvent, and in theory are independant of a single experimental run. They do depend on ...
... the former to be ignorant of actual biology). The "biometrical" school of the study of variation in humans (and species in general) focused on mean values
and distributions of variation in successive generations—looking at something like "height" or "arm length" in terms of "averages" and ...
... growth curve.
A growth curve in biology generally concerns a measured property such as population size, body height or biomass . values
for the measured property can be plotted on a graph as a function of time; see Figure 1 for an example.
... exhibiting simple Michaelis-Menten kinetics) the dissociation constant ( affinity for substrate ) of the enzyme - substrate (ES) complex. Low values
indicate that the ES complex is held together very tightly and rarely dissociates without the substrate first reacting to form product.
Magnetic resonance imaging
... includes, each of which is optimized to provide image contrast based on a particular property of the subject.
For example, with particular values
of the echo time (TE) and the repetition time (TR), which are basic parameters of image acquisition, a sequence will take on the property of T2 ...
... of pyruvate to acetyl-CoA , and the Krebs cycle ) account for 34 of the 38 total ATP energy carrier molecules. It is worth noting that these ATP values
are maximums, in reality each NADH molecule contributes between 2 and 3 ATP, while each FADH 2 contributes a maximum of 2 ATP.
Reactive oxygen ...
... Proteins can be picky about the environment in which they are found. They may only exist in their active, or native state , in a small range of pH values
and under solution conditions with a minimum quantity of electrolytes , as many proteins will not remain in solution in distilled water . A protein ...
... where the sedimentation rate is associated with the size of the particle. Svedberg units are not additive - two subunits together can have Svedberg values
that do not add up to that of the entire ribosome.]
Figure 3 : Translation (1) of mRNA by a ribosome (2) into a polypeptide chain (3). ...
... his works would gradually become obsolete, and that each generation should rewrite them. Individual freedom and spiritual independence are among the values
Steiner most emphasized in his books and lectures.
Steiner's views of Christianity have been criticized as heretical. For example, his view that ...
... the concentration of the receptor. The concentration of the circulating hormone is the key value for the strength of the signal, since the other two values
are constant. For fast reaction, the hormone-producing cells can store prehormones , and quickly modify and release them if necessary. Also, the ...
... contend that the number of planets with intelligent extraterrestrial life can be estimated from the Drake equation if and when we ascertain the values
of its variables. However uncertainties in the term of the equation make it impossible to predict whether life is rare or common. Another associated ...