Unknown MIR Title

Unknown MIR Title
Author: Ronald B. Adler,Constance Winder,Lawrence B. Rosenfeld,Russell F. Proctor
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 480
Release: 2020-03-02
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 0199033471

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In its fifth Canadian edition, Interplay: The Process of Interpersonal Communication offers an immersive approach to the study of communication that foregrounds usefulness, readability, and student engagement. With up-to-date scholarship, case studies, and real-world examples, Interplayemphasizes the shifting dimensions of interaction made possible by social media and changing communication norms. Interplay is attentive to the ways in which communication practices shape and are shaped by culture, gender, and context; with extensive pedagogy integrated into its chapters, the bookencourages readers to apply its insights to their own lives and relationships both within and beyond the classroom.

Interplay

Interplay
Author: Beatrice Harraden
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 384
Release: 1908
Genre: Electronic books
ISBN: HARVARD:32044004459475

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Cultural Interplay in the Eighth Century

Cultural Interplay in the Eighth Century
Author: Nancy Netzer
Publsiher: Cambridge University Press
Total Pages: 258
Release: 1994-09
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN: 0521412552

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This is the first detailed study of the Trier Gospels, an important early medieval manuscript. Netzer sheds light on the process of the book's production, the models that preceded it, and the background of its two scribe-artists. She also reveals the complicated process of cultural interplay that took place in the scriptorium at Echternach (in modern day Luxembourg) in the eighth century. This study makes a valuable contribution to the understanding of medieval book production, and of the influence of missionaries on early continental culture.

The Interplay Between Scientific and Theological Worldviews

The Interplay Between Scientific and Theological Worldviews
Author: Niels Henrik Gregersen,Ulf Görman,Christoph Wassermann
Publsiher: Labor et Fides
Total Pages: 494
Release: 1999
Genre: Religion and science
ISBN: 2830909380

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Interplay

Interplay
Author: Ronald Brian Adler,Lawrence B. Rosenfeld,Russell F. Proctor
Publsiher: Oxford University Press, USA
Total Pages: 464
Release: 2007
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN: UVA:X004904231

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Based on a body of scholarship, this title provides an introduction to communication in interpersonal relationships. It includes more than 1000 source and provides photos, side-bars, and cartoons that illustrate key points in the text and connect them toeveryday life and popular culture.

Microbiome Interplay and Control

Microbiome Interplay and Control
Author: Christine Moissl-Eichinger,Gabriele Berg,Martin Grube
Publsiher: Frontiers Media SA
Total Pages: 421
Release: 2018-07-05
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 9782889455058

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In complex systems, such as our body or a plant, the host is living together with thousands of microbes, which support the entire system in function and health. The stability of a microbiome is influenced by environmental changes, introduction of microbes and microbial communities, or other factors. As learned in the past, microbial diversity is the key and low-diverse microbiomes often mirror out-of-control situations or disease. It is now our task to understand the molecular principles behind the complex interaction of microbes in, on and around us in order to optimize and control the function of the microbial community – by changing the environment or the addition of the right microorganisms. This Research Topic focuses on studies (including e.g. original research, perspectives, mini reviews, and opinion papers) that investigate and discuss: 1) The role of the microbiome for the host/environmental system 2) The exchange and change of microbes and microbial communities (interplay) 3) The influence of external factors toward the stability of a microbiome 4) Methods, possibilities and approaches to change and control a system’s microbiome (e.g. in human or plant disease) 5) Experimental systems and approaches in microbiome research. The articles span the areas: human health and disease, animal and plant microbiomes, microbial interplay and control, methodology and the built environment microbiome.

Dynamics of Cell Fate Decision Mediated by the Interplay of Autophagy and Apoptosis in Cancer Cells

Dynamics of Cell Fate Decision Mediated by the Interplay of Autophagy and Apoptosis in Cancer Cells
Author: Iman Tavassoly
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 79
Release: 2015-02-16
Genre: Technology & Engineering
ISBN: 9783319149622

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This interdisciplinary thesis introduces a systems biology approach to study the cell fate decision mediated by autophagy. A mathematical model of interaction between Autophagy and Apoptosis in mammalian cells is proposed. In this dynamic model autophagy acts as a gradual response to stress (Rheostat) that delays the initiation of bistable switch of apoptosis to give the cells an opportunity to survive. The author shows that his dynamical model is consistent with existing quantitative measurements of time courses of autophagic responses to cisplatin treatment. To understand the function of this response in cancer cells, he has provided a systems biology experimental framework to study quantitative and dynamical aspects of autophagy in single cancer cells using live-cell imaging and quantitative fluorescence microscopy. This framework can provide new insights on function of autophagic response in cancer cells.

Functional Brain Heart Interplay

Functional Brain Heart Interplay
Author: Vincenzo Catrambone,Gaetano Valenza
Publsiher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 236
Release: 2021-09-09
Genre: Medical
ISBN: 9783030799342

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This monograph offers a cross-system exchange and cross-modality investigation into brain-heart interplay. Brain-Heart Interplay (BHI) is a highly interdisciplinary scientific topic, which spreads from the physiology of the Central/Autonomous Nervous Systems, especially Central Autonomic Network, to advanced signal processing and modeling for its activity quantification. Motivated by clinical evidence and supported by recent findings in neurophysiology, this monograph first explores the definition of basic Brain-Heart Interplay quantifiers, and then moves onto advanced methods for the assessment of health and disease states. Non-invasive use of brain monitoring techniques, including electroencephalogram and function Magnetic Resonance Imaging, will be described together with heartbeat dynamics monitoring through pulseoximeter and ECG signals. The audience of this book comprises especially of biomedical engineers and medical doctors with expertise in statistics and/or signal processing. Researchers in the fields of cardiology, neurology, psychiatry, and neuroscience in general may be interested as well.

Philosophy as Interplay and Dialogue

Philosophy as Interplay and Dialogue
Author: Torill Strand,Richard Smith,Anne Pirrie,Zelia Gregoriou,Marianna Papastephanou
Publsiher: LIT Verlag Münster
Total Pages: 516
Release: 2017-10-23
Genre: Education
ISBN: 9783643909565

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Philosophy as Interplay and Dialogue is an original and stimulating collection of essays. It covers conceptual and critical works relevant to current theoretical developments and debates. An international group of philosophers of education come together each summer on a Greek island. This book is the product of their diligent philosophical analysis and extended dialogues. To deploy their arguments, the authors draw on classical thinkers and contemporary prominent theorists, such as Badiou and Malabou, with fresh and critical perspectives. This book thus makes an original contribution to the field. (Series: Studies on Education, Vol. 5) [Subject: Philosophy of Education]

Historical Interplay in French Music and Culture 1860 1960

Historical Interplay in French Music and Culture  1860   1960
Author: Deborah Mawer
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 254
Release: 2017-11-22
Genre: Music
ISBN: 9781317121800

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This edited volume of case studies presents a selective history of French music and culture, but one with a dynamic difference. Eschewing a traditional chronological account, the book explores the nature of relationships between one main period, broadly the 'long' modernist era between 1860–1960, and its own historical ‘others’, referencing topics from the Romantic, classical, baroque, renaissance and medieval periods. It probes the emergent interplay, intertextualities and scope for reinterpretation across time and place. Notions of cultural meaning are paramount, especially those pertaining to French identity, national and individual. While founded on historical musicology, the approach benefits from interdisciplinary association with philosophy, political history, literature, fine art, film studies and criticism. Attention is paid to French composers’ celebrations and remakings of their predecessors. Editions of and writings about earlier music are examined, together with the cultural reception of performances of past repertoire. Organized into two parts, each of the eleven chapters characterizes a specific cultural network or temporal interplay, which may result in synthesis, disjunction, or historical misreading. The interwar years and those surrounding the Second World War prove particularly rich sources of enquiry. This volume aims to attract a wide readership of musicologists and musicians, as well as cultural historians, other humanities scholars and concert-goers.

REDD policy implementation and institutional interplay

REDD  policy implementation and institutional interplay
Author: Gakou-Kakeu, J.,Di Gregorio, M.,Paavola, J.,Sonwa, D.J.
Publsiher: CIFOR
Total Pages: 28
Release: 2020-12-21
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 9182736450XXX

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There is evidence that institutions related to climate change and natural resource management influence each other’s performance, and that local settings also shape policy outcomes. We examine how policy implementation processes and institutional interactions affect the Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) program in Cameroon. Research on REDD+ implementation has focused on resource tenure, benefit-sharing and participation, giving less attention to how implementation paradigms and other institutions affect REDD+. We combine a policy implementation framework with the theories of institutional interaction to examine how REDD+ implementation typologies, and interactions with forestry regulations influence the outcomes of three REDD+ pilot projects in South and West Cameroon. Drawing from focus group discussions with project beneficiaries and interviews with local stakeholders and land-users, we find that REDD+ projects epitomize political implementation in the South and experimental implementation in the West. We also indicate how project outcomes have been affected by rules regarding community forests, reforestation and timber processing. Our findings suggest that policy designers’ ability to satisfy community preferences is important for projects’ outcomes in the South, and that resource availability and social capital are pivotal in the West. Incentives to promote local timber processing, improve forest governance and expedite decentralization would improve REDD+ project implementation in Cameroon.

The Interplay Between Sleep and Emotion What Role Do Cognitive Processes Play

The Interplay Between Sleep and Emotion  What Role Do Cognitive Processes Play
Author: Caterina Lombardo,Nicola Cellini
Publsiher: Frontiers Media SA
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2021-01-14
Genre: Science
ISBN: 9782889663903

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The Interplay between European and National Competition Law after Regulation 1 2003

The Interplay between European and National Competition Law after Regulation 1 2003
Author: Lúcio Tomé Feteira
Publsiher: Kluwer Law International B.V.
Total Pages: 362
Release: 2015-12-08
Genre: Law
ISBN: 9789041156655

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If we can speak of the European Community's 'economic constitution', we can assert that competition rules, together with free movement rules, form its core. Notably, implementation of the competition rules enshrined in Articles 81 and 82 EC changed radically with the enactment of Regulation 1/2003, which in effect dispensed with mandatory prior notifications and allowed national authorities to apply Article 101(3) TFEU directly. Given that national legislations perceive certain types of unilateral conduct, even if adopted by a non-dominant undertaking, as a potential source of anticompetitive effects, an important question concerns the leeway enjoyed by national authorities under the exception to the convergence rule in Article 3(2) of Regulation 1/2003, and the consequent effect on both legal practice and policy issues. In this lucidly argued book, focusing on national competition provisions in Germany, France, Italy, and the United Kingdom that deal with such conduct, the author provides a detailed examination of how such considerations as the following are affected by Regulation 1/2003: - prohibition of abuse of economic dependence or superior bargaining power; - the particular susceptibility of long-term contracts; - prohibition of resale at a loss or below cost; - prohibition of boycott, unlawful pressures, threats, and other coercive tactics adopted by undertakings; and - the role of unfair competition law. The analysis follows a functional method of comparative legal analysis, reviewing the most relevant norms in the selected jurisdictions, particularly in what concerns their goals and function in the context of their respective legal systems. Special attention is paid to two specific sectors – the motor-vehicle and the retailing industries – which have most often triggered relevant legislation and case law in the jurisdictions covered. Legal scholarship in the field is also drawn upon. In its clarification of the meaning of Regulation 1/2003, this book allows practitioners to fully grasp its scope. The author's thorough, masterful analysis of the statutory framework of Article 3 of the regulation also reveals the variety of reasons why different Member States have different competition policies on the scope of the exception to the rule of convergence, and in this way provides lawyers, policymakers, and academics with welcome insights on how major EU jurisdictions apply European competition law.

Interplay between NO Signalling ROS and the Antioxidant System in Plants

Interplay between NO Signalling  ROS and the Antioxidant System in Plants
Author: Jeremy Astier,Gary Loake,Violeta Velikova,Frank Gaupels
Publsiher: Frontiers Media SA
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2017-01-19
Genre: Electronic book
ISBN: 9782889450695

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Over the last decades, nitric oxide (NO) has emerged as an essential player in redox signalling. Reactive oxygen species (ROS) also act as signals throughout all stages of plant life. Because they are potentially harmful for cellular integrity, ROS and NO levels must be tightly controlled, especially by the classical antioxidant system and additional redox-active metabolites and proteins. Recent work provided evidence that NO and ROS influence each other’s biosynthesis and removal. Moreover, novel signalling molecules resulting from the chemical reaction between NO, ROS and plant metabolites have been highlighted, including N2O3, ONOO-, NO2, S-nitrosoglutathione and 8-NO2 cGMP. They are involved in diverse plant physiological processes, the best characterized being stomata regulation and stress defense. Taken together, these new data demonstrate the complex interactions between NO, ROS signalling and the antioxidant system. This Frontiers in Plant Science Research Topic aims to provide an updated and complete overview of this important and rapidly expanding area through original article and detailed reviews.

Interplay between Autophagy and Metabolic Syndrome Causes Consequences and Therapeutic Challenges

Interplay between Autophagy and Metabolic Syndrome  Causes  Consequences and Therapeutic Challenges
Author: Joilson O. Martins,William T. Festuccia,Karen Yvonne Stokes,Stephen Fernandes Rodrigues
Publsiher: Frontiers Media SA
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2021-12-01
Genre: Science
ISBN: 9782889717477

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