... civilisation" with it. A reaction to this has been the development of a slow
food trend. This has now got its own University, at the University of ... Food:
List of diets
Aseptic technique in microbiology
... surface with some overhead protection from airborne microbes.
The person would start the fire, and move the end of the innoculating loop, in a slow
back-and-forth motion , through the top of the blue part of the flame. The person would not allow the loop to touch anything except the specimen ...
... what it means for two subsequences to be "similar", BLAST uses the Smith-Waterman algorithm . Unfortunately, the Smith-Waterman algorithm is too slow
to use on huge genome databases currently available. Therefore, the BLAST algorithm works by searching for small regions that are exactly the same ...
... him to stop working and recuperate.
First writings on theory
Darwin made attempts to explain his theory to close friends, but they were slow
to show interest and seemed unable to grasp the idea of selection without a divine selector. In 1842 , the year that the family moved to Down House ...
... past were older. The exact reasons for these connections are unknown.
Signs and symptoms
Type 2 diabetes almost always has a slow
onset (often years), but in type 1, particularly in children, onset may be quite fast (weeks or months). Early symptoms of type 1 diabetes are often ...
... between special education schools and mainstream schools. In cooperation, the core subjects are taught in separate classes in order to neither slow
down the non-disabled students nor neglect the disabled ones. Social activites, outings, and many sports and arts activities are performed together, ...
... The few amitochondriate groups branched first and so were considered basal. However, newer studies contradict this, and a new picture has been slow
to develop. Most eukaryotes may be assigned to several supergroups:
Opisthokonts Animals , fungi , choanoflagellates , etc.
... the striated muscles are often used for short, burst activities.
Muscles within the skeletal muscle are also divided into two subtypes:
twitch (type I or "red") - rich in myoglobin (which is red and carries oxygen ), higher aerobic metabolism and mitochondria and hence more ...
... opportunity offers, at the improvement of each organic being in relation to its organic and inorganic conditions of life. We see nothing of these slow
changes in progress, until the hand of time has marked the long lapses of ages, and then so imperfect is our view into long past geological ages, ...
... synaptic vesicles.
A neurotransmitter's effect is determined by its receptor. For example, GABA can act as a rapid or slow
inhibitor , depending on whether an ionotropic or metabotropic receptor is the target of the molecule. Small molecule transmitters tend to have ...
Origin of life
... limited field of research despite its profound impact on biology and human understanding of the natural world. Progress in this field is generally slow
and sporadic, though it still draws the attention of many due to the gravity of question being investigated.
A few facts give insight into the ...
... at all. Later she relearned by using her sight (watching her feet) and vestibulum (or inner ear ) only. She eventually acquired a stiff and slow
movement, which is believed to be the best possible in the absence of this sense.
Apparently, temporary loss or impairment of ...
... said Alice, still panting a little, "you'd generally get to somewhere else -- if you run very fast for a long time, as we've been doing."
sort of country!" said the Queen. "Now, here, you see, it takes all the running you can do, to keep in the same place. If you want to get somewhere ...
... of classical Greece and Rome, the three spheres began to become more autonomous. This autonomy went on increasing over the centuries, and with the slow
rise of egalitarianism and individualism, the failure adequately to separate economics, politics and culture was felt increasingly as a source of ...