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Temperature Regulation in Man - A Theoretical Study*

Summary. For purposes of theoretical analysis of experimental results and evaluation of hypothetical concepts a mathematical model of thermoregulation in man is presented. The human body is represented by three cylinders: the head, the trunk, and the...

The Evolution of Horn-Like Organs

Hornlike organs evolved independently in a number of mammalian families. Though these organs assumed great diversity they did evolve into several general functional types. A short review of the structure and development of hornlike organs is given. Some...

Hydrodynamic Stability of Parallel Flow of Inviscid Fluid

In the beginning, analyzing the fundamental theory of inertial instability of plane parallel flow of inviscid fluid, the chapter discusses certain integral issues such as eigenvalue problem for inertial modes, general stability characteristics of plane...

The Phenomenology of Internal Time-Consciousness

Edmund Husserl, Martin Heidegger, James S. Churchill

The Use of Ultrasonic Measurements Under Modest Compression to Estimate Compression at High Pressure

The Use of Ultrasonic Measurements Under Modest Compression to Estimate Compression at High Pressure

Lateral variation of basalt magma type across continental margins and Island Arcs

Quaternary basalt magmas in the Circum-Pacific belt and island arcs and also in Indonesia change continuously from less alkalic and more siliceous type (tholeiite) on the oceanic side to more alkalic and less siliceous type (alkali olivine basalt) on...

Fitting Segmented Curves Whose Join Points Have to Be Estimated

The overall least squares solution is found when a complete curve to be fitted consists of two or more submodels, and these have to be joined at points whose abscissae have to be estimated. Under certain standard conditions, each fitted submodel is itself...

Isolation and Some Properties of Human Metallothionein

Pablo Pulido, Jeremias H. R. Kägi, Bert L. Vallee

A Dynamic Programming Approach to a Lot Size Scheduling Problem

The problem considered is that of scheduling the production of several different items over the same facility on a repetitive basis. The facility is such that only one item can be produced at a time; there is a setup cost and a setup time associated with...

Peasants and Dualism with or without Surplus Labor

Peasants and Dualism with or without Surplus Labor

Hertzian contact of anisotropic bodies

The title problem is reduced, by a Fourier transform method, to one of evaluating contour integrals and some explicit formulae are presented for transversely isotropic media. The theory is then extended to Hertzian impact. Finally, some numerical results...

The Lie algebra of visual perception

The familiar perceptual constancies of image location in the field of view, image orientation, size constancy, shape constancy, binocular distortion, and motion, have their natural mathematical expression in terms of Lie groups of transformations over...

Saccadic suppression: elevation of visual threshold associated with saccadic eye movements.

An elevation of visual threshold has been found to be associated with voluntary saccadic eye movements and with the involuntary microsaccades present during steady fixation, as well as with the involuntary saccadic fast phase of vestibular nystagmus....

Energy Transfer Between Rare‐Earth Ions

Fluorescence quenching effects caused by multipolar energy‐transfer interactions between rare‐earth ions are examined. Transfer between remote ions by way of transitions that are matched in energy appears to be essentially dependent upon concentration...

Critical layer instability in baroclinic flows

It is shown that for all inviscid, adiabatic, quasi-geostrophic motions in a Boussinesq liquid or in a compressible atmosphere, subject to the usual boundary conditions, the integral over the fluid of the northward eddy flux of potential vorticity vanishes,...

The International Flow of Human Capital

Herbert G. Grubel, Anthony Scott

ESR Linewidths in Solution. I. Experiments on Anisotropic and Spin—Rotational Effects

The linewidths of the hyperfine components of the ESR spectra of vanadyl acetylacetonate in liquid toluene have been measured as a function of concentration, temperature, and applied field. The g‐tensor and hyperfine‐tensor components have been determined...

Relations between EEG phenomena and potentials of single cortical cells. I. Evoked responses after thalamic and epicortical stimulation

1. 1. The evoked EEG responses from the motor cortex of cats under Nembutal after electrical stimulation of nucleus VPL or VL of the thalamus, of midthalamic nuclei and of the cortex itself are compared with the cellular responses from the same area....

Cyclobutane-Type Pyrimidine Dimers in Polynucleotides

The formation of cyclobutane-type dimers between adjacent pyrimidine residues in model polynucleotides or DNA may be represented by the general schemeSee pdf 379.pdfWhereas the formation of all other known photoproducts follows the irreversible pathSee...

THE PRESENT STATUS OF THE TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF MAGNETOCYRSTALLINE ANISOTROPY, AND THE L(L+1)/2 POWER LAW.

The present status of the theory of the temperature dependence of magnetocrystalline anisotropy in ferromagnetic insulators is reviewed and summarized. The power law for the behavior at low temperatures is derived in a general fashion and the extension...

A nuclease specific for heat-denatured DNA isolated from a product of Aspergillus oryzae

1. A nuclease which specifically splits the phosphodiester-bond of heat-denatured DNA has been isolated from a product of Aspergillus oryzae. The enzyme has been purified about 1000 times and demonstrated to be more active in the presence of 10−4 M...

Fast Fourier Transforms: for fun and profit

W. Morven Gentleman, Guy van der Sande

The induction of clones of normal mast cells by a substance from conditioned medium

A substance in conditioned medium from unirradiated and x-irradiated embryo cell feeder layers can induce the multiplication of colony forming cells and the formation of mast cell clones from single cells. The substance has a high degree of thermostability...

A Summing Up

I. The simplest Austrian and more general models, 568. — II. Why reswitching can occur, 571. — III. Reswitching in a durable-machine model, 573. — IV. The well-behaved factor-price frontier, 574. — V. Unconventional relation...

Myogenesis: fusion, myosin synthesis, and the mitotic cycle.

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A frequency theory of verbal-discrimination learning.

Bruce R. Ekstrand, William P. Wallace, Benton J. Underwood

Human streptococci and experimental caries in hamsters.

Streptococci which were morphologically and biochemically similar to the caries-inducing hamster streptococci were isolated from dental plaque material obtained from highly caries-active persons. On the introduction of these strains in the oral cavity...

Models of Data

The chapter focuses on the statistical analysis of the empirical adequacies of various theories to show the exact analysis of the relation between empirical theories and relevant data calls for a hierarchy of models of different logical type. In pure...

Demonstration of a Deficiency of Glucocerebroside-cleaving Enzyme in Gaucher's Disease*

Roscoe O. Brady, Julian N. Kanfer, Roy M. Bradley, David Shapiro

Absolute Stability of Regulator Systems.

J. P. LaSalle, M. A. Aizerman, F. R. Gantmacher

Immunology of Spontaneous Mammary Carcinomas in Mice V. Acquired Tumor Resistance and Enhancement in Strain A Mice Infected with Mammary Tumor Virus

Summary Immunization of Strain A/Crgl female mice with living tissue and crude cell membrane preparations of recently arisen isogenic spontaneous mammary carcinomas conferred a marked degree of heightened reactivity against a subsequent challenge with...

Automatic methods for the determination of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium in plant material

Methods are described, for use with the Technicon Auto Analyzer, that have been successfully used in the determination of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium in plant materials. Nitrogen is determined as the indophenol-blue complex on an aliquot of solution...

Normal variability of tonic vibration reflexes in man.

Recent studies show that high frequency mechanical vibration of a human skeletal muscle tends to induce a tonic reflex contraction in this muscle and relaxation of its antagonists. This tonic vibration reflex, which probably depends upon excitation of...

Some aspects of the theory and measurement of frequency fluctuations in frequency standards

Precision quartz oscillators have three main sources of noise contributing to frequency fluctuations: thermal noise in the oscillator, additive noise contributed by auxiliary circuitry such as AGC, etc., and fluctuations in the quartz frequency itself...

Decomposition of Leaf Litter in Relation to Environment, Microflora, and Microbial Respiration

Bacterial and fungal counts, mycelial growth, microbial evolution of Co2, and substrate moisture and temperature in bags with litter of either mulberry, redbud, white oak, loblolly pine, or beech were measured biweekly over the period November 1960—November...

Electrophoretic Heterogeneity of Polypeptide Chains of Specific Antibodies

Heavy and light polypeptide chains isolated from different specific antibodies to haptens and from γG-immunoglobulin of normal rabbits have been resolved into distinct, multiple components by disc electrophoresis in polyacrylamide gels in the presence...

Effects of ischemia and other procedures on the brain and retina of the gerbil ( Meriones unguiculatus )

The Mongolian gerbil was highly susceptible to cerebral ischemia induced by ligation of the common carotid arteries. Bilateral ligation was uniformly lethal. Unilateral ligation produced ischemic lesions, sometimes lethal, in the brain or the brain and...

A simple test of cardiac function based upon the heart rate changes induced by the valsalva maneuver

The Valsalva ratio (the ratio of the maximal tachycardia to the maximal bradycardia induced by a standard Valsalva maneuver) was determined in 200 normal subjects and 220 patients with heart disease and related disorders. Ninety-six percent of the normal...

On the optimal error regulation of a string of moving vehicles

This paper uses the theory of optimal control to design an optimal linear feedback system which regulates the position and velocity of every vehicle in a densely packed string of high-speed moving vehicles. In addition to the general theoretical formulation...

A universal conception of personality structure

Frank T. Passini, Warren T. Norman

The Association of Cancer and the Nephrotic Syndrome

John C. Lee, H. Yamauchi, James Hopper

Surface states at steam-grown silicon-silicon dioxide interfaces

A method of determining the energy distribution of surface states at silicon-silicon dioxide interfaces by using low-frequency differential capacitance measurements of MOS structures is described. Low-frequency measurements make it possible to determine...

Acoustic relations of the human vertex potential.

The average amplitude of the slow, diffuse, nonspecific electrical response of the human cortex, called the V potential, evoked by tone pips or by tactile stimuli to thumb and forefinger, follows a power law with exponent about 0.24 (resound...

The axioms and principal results of classical test theory

Following an approach due to Guttman the axioms of the classical test theory model are shown to be derivable as constructions from a specified sampling rule and from the assumption that the observed score of an arbitrarily specified or randomly selected...

ATP formation caused by acid-base transition of spinach chloroplasts.

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Approximations to Hartree—Fock Perturbation Theory

A detailed examination is made of several approximations to the first‐order Hartree—Fock perturbation equation. Four distinct methods are considered: the coupled (Method a) and the uncoupled (Method c) approximation of Dalgarno, a new alternative...

Optimal Experimental Designs

Samuel Karlin, W. J. Studden

Specific Semantic Word Categories in Aphasia

This study was prompted by clinical observations that aphasic defects in naming or in auditory comprehension of words are sometimes disproportionately severe for certain semantic categories or are even confined to one category. The question was posed...

THE HYPERACTIVE CHILD SYNDROME

Mark A. Stewart, Ferris N. Pitts, Craig Ag, William Dieruf

Rotational axisymmetric mean flow and damping of acoustic waves in asolid propellant rocket.

Rotational axisymmetric mean flow and damping of acoustic waves in asolid propellant rocket.

Du contrat social

Jean-Louis Lecercle

A Diurnal Rhythm in Plasma Renin Activity in Man

Richard D. Gordon, Lauren Wolfe, Donald P. Island, Grant W. Liddle

Modification of expectations in cases with obsessional rituals

Some theoretical issues in relation to the nature of obsessional rituals and the most commonly adopted method of behaviour therapy for this disorder are critically considered. On the basis of these considerations, a different method—“modification...

Nosology of depression and differential response to drugs.

Psychiatric nosology in its present state leaves much to be desired. Some experts would entirely abandon attempts to classify psychiatric patients.1 Others would do away with the existing diagnostic nomenclature, substituting empirically identified modal...

Summated human EEG potentials with voluntary movement

Electroencephalographic recordings obtained prior to and during voluntary muscular contractions of human subjects were analyzed by the summation method. A characteristic wave form called the “motor potential” (MP) was found to be associated with foot...

British rust fungi.

Wilson Mp, D. M. Henderson

Influence of viscosity, surface tension, and inclination angle on motion of long bubbles in closed tubes

An experimental study has been made of the motion oflong bubbles in closedtubes. The influence of viscosity and surface tension on the bubble velocity isclarified. A correlation of bubble velocities in vertical tubes is suggested and isshown to be useful...

A Possibility Theorem on Majority Decisions

A Possibility Theorem on Majority Decisions

On the input-output stability of time-varying nonlinear feedback systems Part one: Conditions derived using concepts of loop gain, conicity, and positivity

The object of this paper is to outline a stability theory for input-output problems using functional methods. More particularly, the aim is to derive open loop conditions for the boundedness and continuity of feedback systems, without, at the beginning,...

The functional relation of visual evoked response and reaction time to stimulus intensity

Latency of the average visual evoked response (VER) and motor reaction time (RT) were studied as a function of stimulus intensity for brief photic stimuli subtending 4° and 1.5 of visual angle in two subjects. Both VER latency and RT showed an accelerating...

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