Cholinergic Mechanisms

Autor: Israel Silman
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781841840758
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Providing a cutting-edge profile of research progress in this important field of study, Cholinergic Mechanisms: Function and Dysfunction contains a compilation of the proceedings of the Eleventh ISCM, held in St. Moritz, May 2002. Bringing together 250 contributors from 30 countries, the book presents a comprehensive picture of the cholinergic field. It provides a survey of current understanding of molecular, pharmacological, toxicological, behavioral, and clinical aspects of the cholinergic system. This volume offers a state-of-the-art account of progress in the field from the molecule in the test tube through the cell and the synapse, to the organism and the patient.

Sans D Tour

Autor: Priscilla Gac-Artigas
Publisher: Pearson College Division
File Size: 29,51 MB
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An indispensable grammar reference book, this complete, student-friendly and totally self-learning guide for beginner as well as advanced students of French offers a succinct, clear, and easy-to-consult format. Sans détour answers all questions about the use of the French language through concise, accurate and informative descriptions which cover all the complexity of specific grammatical points, as well as conjugated verbs. Saving students significant time when writing papers or reviewing for tests, helping to avoid persistent classroom interruptions, and greatly improving the teaching/learning experience, it presents each subject in only one chapter—making it easy to find any answer. This text also provides a series of charts and formulas that assure mastery of the language in the clearest, fastest, and most effortless way possible. Minimizes unnecessary classroom interruptions, making life easier for instructors by helping them teach the course as they want, without grammar questions interrupting the flow of teaching, or diverting other students' attention from the day's goals. Enables students to find what they need to know, when they need to know it. Concise, end-of-chapter charts Summarize the chapter topics; students are given concise guidelines to resolve doubts when they are doing homework, writing a paper, or reviewing for a test. Provides students with an all-inclusive reference tool that covers not only the foundations of grammar, but essential conjugated verbs as well: regular, irregular, stem changing, and reflexive verbs. For those focusing on grammar and composition.

Modelling Language

Autor: Sylviane Cardey
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing
ISBN: 9027272085
File Size: 21,81 MB
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In response to the need for reliable results from natural language processing, this book presents an original way of decomposing a language(s) in a microscopic manner by means of intra/inter‑language norms and divergences, going progressively from languages as systems to the linguistic, mathematical and computational models, which being based on a constructive approach are inherently traceable. Languages are described with their elements aggregating or repelling each other to form viable interrelated micro‑systems. The abstract model, which contrary to the current state of the art works in intension, is exploitable for all sorts of applications where only the elements which are useful are assembled in the micro‑systems needed to solve the problem in hand. Numerous definitions, schemata and examples involving many languages make the book accessible to students as well as academics and industrial researchers looking for new theories and methodologies for representations and problem solving wherever language and quality meet.

Egypt Image Of Heaven

Autor: Willem H. Zitman
Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press
ISBN: 9781931882545
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"The ancient Egyptians were the first geographical planners to develop a system establishing an image of heaven on earth. This book completes ten years of research into how the Pyramid Field depicts The Constellation of Horus, the deity who bore the meaning of power and invincibility and who guarded the Pharaoh. Rather than randomly pick certain pyramids, Zitman is the first scholar able to make sense of the entire era of pyramid building. Is this depiction of Heaven on Earth an inheritance of the mythical Followers of Horus, who were said to rule Egyptian in Predynastic times? Zitman reveals how time and space were perceived by the Egyptians as sacred ingredients, and that they mixed into a divine master plan, which for the first time is unveiled in its entirety. The precision (of the Egyptians) was amazing by any standards, and there is no doubt that the Pyramids were astronomically designed." -- Patrick Moore.

Structure And Function Of Cholinesterases And Related Proteins

Autor: Bhupendra P. Doctor
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780306460500
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This book is a compilation of the presentations held at the Sixth International Meeting on Cholinesterases and Related Proteins. The volume describes recent investigations on the structure, catalytic and potential non-catalytic functions of acetylcholinesterase (AChE), butyrylcholinesterase (BuChE), and related proteins. Studies on the molecular and cellular biology of these enzymes and the genes which encode them are also described.