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and explaining the substructural, underlying forces that influence and
The DSS is mainly a rule-based approach, with rules developed based on not only substructural molecular features but also on physicochemical properties such as molecular weight, aqueous solubility, and logarithm of the octanol-water partition coefficient (log [K.
The first mode of user interaction is a view of the single level processing of information, whereas the second mode also views the substructural (memory) and ultrastructural (context) knowledge artifacts.
Tf, the most important iron-transport protein, is synthesized mainly in hepatocytes and consists of three substructural domains: a single polypeptide chain, two independent metal ion-binding sites (one within the N-terminal and the other within the C-terminal domain), and two N-linked complex glycan chains (Fig.
This recent and aggressive capitalistic venture brings Faiman-Silva to a disturbing conclusion about Choctaw cultural survival: "Tribal culture [among Choctaws] persists as a substructural bas relief over a base driven by world economic forces in a global marketplace" (p.
In his structural theory, the biological conditions are always to be considered as substructural (Weinstein and Platt, 1973, pp.
At the substructural level, early defects are difficult to resolve and numerous single gene mutants share "a common classic male sterile phenotype when examined by light microscopy" (Fuller 1993).
The assessment system does not include works for piling, heavy foundation, substructural works, mechanical and electrical services as they are usually carried out under separate contracts or subcontracts.
Furthermore, and crucially, those aspects of our experience of the work of art which are not necessarily tied to experience (that is, Levinson's structural and substructural properties) are an important determinant of the aesthetic appearance of the work.