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The Cell Theory

The Cell Theory

The Cell Theory. Hairy T-cell. What is it?. Accepted explanation of the relationship between cells and living things, 3 Part Theory. Part 1 of the Theory 1. All living things are made of cells. Part 2 of the Theory. 2. The cell is the basic structural and functional unit of life.

By whitcomb
(160 views)

HUMAN NEEDS, VALUES, GOALS, AND STANDARDS

HUMAN NEEDS, VALUES, GOALS, AND STANDARDS

HUMAN NEEDS, VALUES, GOALS, AND STANDARDS. Abraham Maslow. 1908-1970. Abraham Maslow was a psychologist, the title derived from the Latin word “psyche”, meaning mind. A psychologist asks questions and makes observations to determine how a person thinks and how they behave.

By ulric-franklin
(224 views)

HUMAN NEEDS, VALUES, GOALS, AND STANDARDS

HUMAN NEEDS, VALUES, GOALS, AND STANDARDS

HUMAN NEEDS, VALUES, GOALS, AND STANDARDS. Abraham Maslow. 1908-1970. Abraham Maslow was a psychologist, the title derived from the Latin word “psyche”, meaning mind. A psychologist asks questions and makes observations to determine how a person thinks and how they behave.

By angelgreen
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Part 1 : Theory

Part 1 : Theory

Part 1 : Theory. Standard laws of biochemical kinetics applied to molecular networks. Rate of Mass Action: forward reaction. k a. Xi. Xa. Biocham model: present(Xi). absent(Xa). ka*[Xi] for Xi=>Xa. parameter(ka,0.2). Rate of Mass Action: forward reaction. k a. Xi. Xa. 0.2. 0.1.

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Evolutionary Theory Part 2

Evolutionary Theory Part 2

Evolutionary Theory Part 2. Goals for today. Kin selection and reciprocal altruism How do you assess adaptive value of a behavior? Look at some behavioral examples Introduce some models to explain primate behavior. Kin selection. A form of Natural selection

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Wave Theory – part 2

Wave Theory – part 2

Wave Theory – part 2. Electromagnetic Spectrum:. An electromagnetic spectrum is a “map” of the total range of waves. All are forms of “ LIGHT ”!. Usually, high frequency ( low λ ) is on the right. Low frequency ( high λ ) is on the left.

By gannon-avila (153 views)

Perturbation Theory, part 1

Perturbation Theory, part 1

Perturbation Theory, part 1. March 18, 2014. Just So You Know. The Fourier Analysis/Vocal Tract exercise is due! Plus: fun standing wave in water video. Articulation to Acoustics. Last time, we calculated the formant values for “schwa”, or a neutral vowel.

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Quantum Theory, Part I

Quantum Theory, Part I

Quantum Theory, Part I. The Atom Day 5.

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Deterrence theory Part II

Deterrence theory Part II

Deterrence theory Part II . Deterrence Theory . What can be done to make the act of crime or deviance less attractive to the individual? How can crime or deviant behavior be prevented? . Crime Prevention .

By cormac (132 views)

Game Theory, Part 1

Game Theory, Part 1

Game Theory, Part 1. Game theory applies to more than just games. Corporations use it to influence business decisions, and militaries use it to guide their strategies. In fact, game theory grew in popularity and acceptance during WWII. Game Theory, Part 1.

By santos (264 views)

Management Theory Part 2

Management Theory Part 2

The main management theories. Management Theory Part 2. Learning Outcomes. At the end of next this learners will be able to: Describe the role of management theory State the main schools of management thought and provide an example of at least one contributor to each school

By shlomo (158 views)

Game Theory Part IV

Game Theory Part IV

This slide explain about Game Theory. this slide is divided into five parts. this is the fourth part.

By reosaputra (105 views)

Queueing Theory: Part I

Queueing Theory: Part I

Queueing Theory: Part I. The Basic Structure of Queueing Models. The Basic Queueing Process: Customers are generated over time by an input source. The customers enter a queueing system . A required service is performed in the service mechanism. Input source. Queueing system. Served

By leigh-chen (370 views)