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*  P. Pardha Saradhi
Besides, he has edited one book, titled, Biophysical Processes in Living Systems. The Department of Biotechnology of the ... P. Pardha Saradhi (1 January 2001). Biophysical Processes in Living Systems. Science Publishers. ISBN 978-1-57808-157-8. S. ... P. Pardha Saradhi (1 January 2001). Biophysical Processes in Living Systems. Science Publishers. ISBN 978-1-57808-157-8. " ...
*  Planetary boundaries
However, other biophysical processes are also important. For example, since the advent of the Anthropocene, the rate at which ... Planetary boundaries is a concept of nine Earth system processes which have boundaries proposed 2009 by a group of Earth system ... One: new science and tools to value and account for natural capital, in biophysical, economic and other terms [...] Two: ... As we improve our understanding of Earth processes and complex inter-relationships, these benchmarks can and will be updated ...
*  Roland Benz
... biophysical processes and the molecular basis of membrane proteins in microorganisms and higher organisms; and, pore-forming ...
*  Interbilayer forces in membrane fusion
Membrane fusion is a key biophysical process that is essential for the functioning of life itself. It is defined as the event ...
*  Hardiness (psychological)
... and biophysical processes. Very simplified, as stressful circumstances mount, so does the physical and mental strain on the ... In short, the personality style of hardiness is proposed to have a moderating effect on this process by encouraging effective ... and in the process achieve greater understanding. In support of this notion, two studies have demonstrated that the effects of ... a process believed to mimic the series of events that occurs in vivo following stimulation by invading microorganisms. Results ...
*  Torres Strait
Marine resources, biophysical processes, and environmental management of a tropical shelf seaway: Torres Strait, Australia - ...
*  Urban metabolism
Marx and Engels found that when humans exerted such physical labour they ultimately altered the biophysical processes as well. ... On the other hand, a 'linear' metabolism which is characterized as an urban world process has a clear resource in-put and waste ... Such models have mostly been created and used by MFA scholars and are helpful in determining present and future sub-processes ... This acknowledgement of altering the biophysical landscape is the first stepping stone for the creation of urban metabolism ...
*  Glossary of environmental science
biophysical - the living and non-living components and processes of the ecosphere. Biophysical measurements of nature quantify ... sinks - processes or places that remove or store gases, solutes or solids; any process, activity or mechanism that results in ... life support systems - according to the World Conservation Union (IUCN), the biophysical processes "that sustain the ... raw materials - materials that are extracted from the ground and processed e.g. bauxite is processed into aluminium. reclaimed ...
*  Magnetite
... of trace levels of biogenic magnetite in virtually all human tissues examined suggests that similar biophysical processes may ... Bluing (steel), a process in which steel is partially protected against rust by a layer of magnetite Buena Vista Iron Ore ... These heavy metals can enter watersheds due to a variety of industrial processes that produce them, which are in use across the ... There are good reasons to believe that this visual magnetoreceptor processes compass magnetic information which is necessary ...
*  Radiative flux
This shortwave radiation, as solar radiation, can have a profound impact on certain biophysical processes of vegetation, such ... Kantha, L.H.; Clayson, Carol (2000). "Small scale processes in geophysical fluid flow". San Diego: Academic Press. http://www. ...
*  Aditya Narayan Purohit
He has proposed that evocation in leaves leading to the onset of floral induction starts with biophysical process(es) relating ... which was the first report of such developmental process in trees. This he further confirmed by a simple experiment in which he ...
*  Brain morphometry
The morphology and function of a complex organ like the brain are the result of numerous biochemical and biophysical processes ... IEEE transactions on image processing: a publication of the IEEE Signal Processing Society. 5 (10): 1435-1447. doi:10.1109/ ... In order to interpret these findings, cellular processes have to be taken into consideration, especially those governing the ... since the processes of mummification and fossilization heavily alter the structure of soft tissues in a way specific to the ...
*  Aquilanti-Mundim deformed Arrhenius model
Arrhenius plots, which are used to represent the effects of temperature on the rates of chemical and biophysical processes and ... In case of a single rate-limited thermally activated process, an Arrhenius plot gives a straight line, from which the ...
*  Drought Research Initiative
While prairie drought processes have characteristic spatial and temporal scales, land surface hydrological/biophysical ... What processes and feedbacks contributed to the drought's evolution, persistence, and spatial structure? What processes and ... Some processes that reduce precipitation include, large scale circulation anomalies, lack of moisture advected into a region, ... Over the five years of this drought, these processes and numerous other factors were operating at various times and locations ...
*  Social metabolism
It comprises those biophysical transformation processes, distribution processes, and flows, which are controlled by humans for ... The biophysical structures of society ('in use stocks') and socioeconomic metabolism together form the biophysical basis of ... Each of these processes has a different environmental impact depending on how it is performed, the amount of materials and ... Social or socioeconomic metabolism is also described as "the self-reproduction and evolution of the biophysical structures of ...
*  Cell migration
Reading cell motion, namely, understanding the underlying biophysical and mechanochemical processes, is of paramount importance ... reflecting the wide role that these filaments play in many cell processes. It may be that, as part of the locomotory process, ... The processes underlying mammalian cell migration are believed to be consistent with those of (non-spermatozooic) locomotion. ... Errors during this process have serious consequences, including intellectual disability, vascular disease, tumor formation and ...
*  Grant Jones
Enlow, 7). Landscape historian David C. Streatfield writes, "Their designs interpret place as bio-physical processes, and as ... in Process Architecture No. 126: Jones & Jones, edited by Koichi Kobayashi et al. (Tokyo: Process Architecture Co., Ltd., 1995 ... a key objective of the design process was the development of numerous wildlife crossing areas designed to ensure the safe ...
*  Integrated Biosphere Simulator
Such an approach allows for explicit coupling among ecological, biophysical, and physiological processes occurring on different ... All the process occurring in the soil are influenced by the soil texture and amount of organic matter within the soil. One ... 1996]. IBIS was designed to explicitly link land surface and hydrological processes, terrestrial biogeochemical cycles, and ... All process are organized in a hierarchical framework and operate at different time steps, ranging from 60 min to 1 year. ...
*  Rotational diffusion
The random re-orientation of molecules (or larger systems) is an important process for many biophysical probes. Due to the ... NMR relaxation and other biophysical methods sensitive to picosecond or slower rotational processes. In some techniques such as ... Rotational diffusion is a process by which the equilibrium statistical distribution of the overall orientation of particles or ... ISBN 978-0-08-033933-7. Cantor, CR; Schimmel PR (1980). Biophysical Chemistry. Part II. Techniques for the study of biological ...
*  Economics
... and by how much do biophysical limits constrain the economic process? A survey of Georgescu-Roegen's contribution to ecological ... It is an economic process that uses inputs to create a commodity or a service for exchange or direct use. Production is a flow ... In the process, aggregate output may increase as a by-product or by design. Such specialization of production creates ... 27, "The Process of Economic Growth" • Uzawa, H. (1987). "Models of Growth". In Eatwell, John; Milgate, Murray; Newman, Peter. ...
*  Nutrient cycle
Cleveland, C. J.; Ruth, M. (1997). "When, where, and by how much do biophysical limits constrain the economic process?: A ... All forms of recycling have feedback loops that uses energy in the process of putting material resources back into use. ... The earthworm is employed in this process and the production of the ecosystem depends on their capability to create feedback ... Recycling in ecology is regulated to a large extent during the process of decomposition. Ecosystems employ biodiversity in the ...
*  Cutler J. Cleveland
... and by how much do biophysical limits constrain the economic process?: A survey of Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen's contribution to ... Energy and Resource Quality: The Ecology of the Economic Process, University Press of Colorado, 1992. ISBN 0-87081-258-0 ...
*  Schools of economic thought
When, where, and by how much do biophysical limits constrain the economic process? A survey of Georgescu-Roegen's contribution ... This school revered the inductive process and called for the merging of historical fact with those of the present period. ... G. K. Chesterton Hilaire Belloc Institutional economics focuses on understanding the role of the evolutionary process and the ... They concentrate on macroeconomic rigidities and adjustment processes, and research micro foundations for their models based on ...
*  List of people considered father or mother of a scientific field
Cleveland C.; Ruth M. (1997). "When, where, and by how much do biophysical limits constrain the economic process? A survey of ...
*  Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen
... and by how much do biophysical limits constrain the economic process? A survey of Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen's contribution to ... All in all, the economic process is indeed a process with steadily increasing entropy, and the 'mechanical' notion of across ... The fund factors constitute the agents of the economic process, and the flow factors are used or acted upon by these agents. ... The only possible role to be performed by energy resources is to assist - usually as fuel or electricity - in the process of ...