Dr. Bergtold bravely attacks a problem which has ever aroused the interest of ornithologists, by assembling all the available facts and theories relating to it. This evidence, with the many attempts which have been made to determine its significance, he weighs carefully, and finally presents his own conclusions.
The aim of this book is to provide the target audience, specifically students of Medicine, Biology, Systems Biology and Bioinformatics, as well as experienced researchers in research fields relevant to metabolic syndrome (MetS) with an overview of the challenges and opportunities in systems biology and how it can be used to tackle MetS. In particular, the aims are: (1) to provide an introduction to the key biological processes involved in the pathophysiology of MetS; (2) through the use of specific examples, provide an introduction to the latest technologies that use a systems biology approach to study MetS; and (3) to give an overview of the mathematical modeling approaches for studying MetS. The clearly written chapters by leading experts in the field provides detailed descriptions crucial for the unique position of this book and its focus on the application of systems biology to tackle specific pathophysiologically relevant aspects of MetS and provides a valuable practical guide to this research community.
This is the most comprehensive guide to the current uses and importance of case study methods in social research. The editors bring together key contributions from the field which reflect different interpretations of the purpose and capacity of case study research. The address issues such as: the problem of generalizing from study of a small number of cases; and the role of case study in developing and testing theories. The editors offer in-depth assessments of the main arguments. An annotated bibliography of the literature dealing with case study research makes this an exhaustive and indispensable guide. 'This is a worthwhile book which will be useful to readers. It collects together key sources on a topic which is a "hardy perennial", guaranteeing its relevance for academics, researchers, and students on higher level methods programmes. The editorial contributions are by well-known authorities in the field, are carefully-constructed, and take a clear position. I would certainly want this book on my shelf' - Nigel Fielding, University of Surrey
Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, the theory and practice of testing electronic products has changed considerably. Quality and testing have become inextricably linked and both are fundamental to the generation of revenue to a company, helping the company to remain profitable and therefore survive. Testing plays an important role in assessing the quality of a product. The tester acts as a filter, separating good products from bad. Unfortunately, the tester can pass bad products and fail good products, and the generation of high quality tests has become complex and time consuming. To achieve significant reduction in time and cost of testing, the role and responsibility of testing has to be considered across an entire organization and product development process.
This workbook on 2 Corinthians and Galatians was designed for use in Bible classes, family study, or personal study. The class book material is suitable for teens and adults. Questions in the lessons contain minimal human commentary, but instead guide students to study to understand Scripture. Enough questions are included for teachers to assign as many questions as they want for each study session. The course assignments may proceed at whatever speed and depth will best accomplish the needs of the students.
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