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*  Gross motor skill
Girls were seen to have higher scores in lower-intensity physical activities and physical inactivity. The study showed that the ... It is said that the use of baby walkers or devices that help to hold the baby upright are said to delay the process of walking ... One hour of therapy each week is not enough so parents have to make sure they are involved in this process. The parent can help ... The peak of physical performance is before 30, between 18 and 26. Even though athletes keep getting better than their ...
*  Cancer systems biology
ErbB3 was found to be the most sensitive node, leading to Akt activation; Akt regulates many biological processes, such as ... at the physical, cellular, and molecular levels. Cancer systems biology therefore adopts a holistic view of cancer aimed at ... Network-based modeling and multi-scale modeling have begun to show promise in facilitating the process of effective cancer drug ... to generate computational algorithms and quantitative models that shed light on mechanisms underlying the cancer process and ...
*  Adolescent health
Infectious diseases Nutrition and physical activity Chronic illness Physical and Sexual Assault Youth homelessness Young people ... Young people often engage in health risk behaviours that reflect the processes of adolescent development: experimentation and ... exploration, including using drugs and alcohol, sexual behaviour, and other risk taking that affect their physical and mental ...
*  Northern Potter Junior Senior High School
... physical education and physical activity to participating districts. The program was discontinued in 2013. In 2011, Northern ... The process identifies students at risk for dropping out by examining the pupil's: attendance, behavior and course grades. ... These include: English 4 years, Math 4 years, Social Studies 4 years, Science 3 years, Physical education 4 credits, health 2 ... and physical education for students K-12. The policy is in response to state mandates and federal legislation (P.L. 108 - 265 ...
*  Cell migration
... reflecting the wide role that these filaments play in many cell processes. It may be that, as part of the locomotory process, ... The mathematical models developed in these works determine some physical features and material properties of the cells locally ... 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 ...
*  Hydrological transport model
Physically based models (sometimes known as deterministic, comprehensive or process-based models) try to represent the physical ... Vieuxinc.com J.C.I. Dooge, Parameterization of hydrologic processes, JSC Study Conference on Land Surface Processes in ... GSSHA input/output processing and interface with GIS is facilitated by the Watershed Modeling System (WMS). Another model used ... Flow and transport processes are represented by either finite difference representations of partial differential equations or ...
*  Smoke detector
Smoke can be detected either optically (photoelectric) or by physical process (ionization); detectors may use either, or both, ... The resulting increase in current flow (or a dead short) is interpreted and processed by the control unit as a confirmation of ... a wall-mounted unit emits a beam of infrared or ultraviolet light which is either received and processed by a separate device, ... or use both the ionization and photoelectric processes. Some combination alarms may include a carbon monoxide detection ...
*  Recrystallization (geology)
As opposed to metasomatism, which is a change in composition, recrystallization can be a purely physical process. Limestone is ... In geology, solid-state recrystallization is a metamorphic process that occurs under temperature and pressure where atoms of a ... This process can be illustrated by observing how snow recrystallizes to ice. ...
*  Red wine
The first step in red wine production, after picking, involves physical processing of the grapes. Hand-picked or machine- ... Pressing in winemaking is the process where juice is extracted from grapes. This can be done with the aid of a wine press, by ... Tannin may be added now, later in the winemaking process, or not at all. Tannin can be added to help stabilize colour, to ... Much of the red-wine production process therefore involves extraction of color and flavor components from the grape skin. ...
*  Network function virtualization
In the NFVI role, it consists of both virtual and physical processing and storage resources, and virtualization software. In ... A virtualized network function, or VNF, may consist of one or more virtual machines running different software and processes, ... Another aspect of implementing NFV is the orchestration process. To build highly reliable and scalable services, NFV requires ... NFV presumes and emphasizes the widest possible flexibility as to the physical location of the virtualized functions. Ideally, ...
*  Cloud physics
There are five forms based on physical structure and process of formation. Cirriform clouds are high, thin and wispy, and are ... Cloud physics is the study of the physical processes that lead to the formation, growth and precipitation of atmospheric clouds ... The Bergeron process notes that the saturation vapor pressure of water, or how much water vapor a given volume can contain, ... This process only happens at temperatures between 0 °C (32 °F) and −40 °C (−40 °F). Below −40 °C (−40 °F), liquid water will ...
*  Frit
2006, "Physical Processes Involved in Production of the Ancient Pigment, Egyptian Blue," Journal of the American Ceramic ... The powders owe their copper content to the erosion of the copper tubular drills used in the drilling process. However, the ... Furthermore, grinding the frit actually expedites the "second part of the process, which is to…reduce the system to a glass." ... In laboratory and industrial chemical process equipment, the term frit denotes a filter made by the sintering-together of glass ...
*  Max Planck Institute for Chemistry
CARIBIC is an innovative scientific project to study and monitor important chemical and physical processes in the Earth´s ... In 2016 research at the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry in Mainz aims at an integral understanding of chemical processes in ... Ulrich Pöschl deals with multiphase processes at the molecular level and its impact on the macroscopic and global scale. ... These days the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry focusses on an integral scientific understanding of chemical processes in the ...
*  Recombination (cosmology)
The simple effective three-level atom model described above accounts for the most important physical processes. However it does ... Accounting for these processes, the recombination history is then described by the differential equation d x e d t = − C ( α B ... This two-photon decay process is very slow, with a rate of 8.22 s−1. It is however competitive with the slow rate of Lyman-α ... 1984, p. 495 Hu, W.; Scott, D.; Sugiyama, N.; White, M., "Effect of physical assumptions on the calculation of microwave ...
*  Mirror symmetry (string theory)
These calculations are then used to determine the probabilities of various physical processes in string theory. Mirror symmetry ... In string theory and related theories in physics, a brane is a physical object that generalizes the notion of a point particle ... In general, the term duality refers to a situation where two seemingly different physical theories turn out to be equivalent in ... In 2000, Kentaro Hori and Cumrun Vafa gave another physical proof of mirror symmetry based on T-duality. Work on mirror ...
*  Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar
He was awarded the 1983 Nobel Prize for Physics with William A. Fowler for "...theoretical studies of the physical processes of ... Chandrasekhar was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1983 for his studies on the physical processes important to the ... Chandrasekhar worked on a wide variety of physical problems in his lifetime, contributing to the contemporary understanding of ... Chandrasekhar, S. (1990). How one may explore the physical content of the general theory of relativity. American Mathematical ...
*  100-year flood
Coastal flood hazards have been mapped by a similar approach that includes the relevant physical processes. Most areas where ... A regulatory flood or base flood is routinely established for river reaches through a science-based rule-making process ... In addition to historical flood data, the process accounts for previously established regulatory values, the effects of flood- ...
*  Tectonophysics
... , a branch of geophysics, is the study of the physical processes that underlie tectonic deformation. The field ... Examples of such processes include mountain building, the formation of sedimentary basins, postglacial rebound of regions such ...
*  James Hutton
Hutton possessed an instinctive ability to reverse physical processes - to read landscapes backwards, as it were. Fingering the ... but that processes still happening on the Earth in the present day had caused them. As these processes were very gradual, the ... "The result, therefore, of this physical enquiry", Hutton concluded, "is that we find no vestige of a beginning, no prospect of ... ISBN 0-19-286030-5. Lovelock, J. E. (1965). "A physical basis for life detection experiments". Nature. 207 (7): 568-570. ...
*  National Center for Atmospheric Research
... physical processes) Environmental and societal impacts (impacts of climate change on the natural and managed environment; ... and climate processes, including cooperatively developed models such as: Community Climate System Model (CCSM) Weather Research ... Specialized instruments to measure atmospheric processes Research aircraft High-performance computing and cyberinfrastructure, ...
*  Spectral flux density
... the Lambert-cosine-weighted integration has been performed by the physical process of measurement itself. In a flat horizontal ... Paltridge, G.W. Platt, S.M.R. (1976). Radiative processes in Meteorology and Climatology, Elsevier, Amsterdam, ISBN 0-444-41444 ...
*  Gellish
For example, for the complete and unambiguous specification of business processes, products, facilities and physical processes ... These models may be about individual physical objects as well as about activities, processes and events, or a combination of ... An information model about an individual physical object and possibly also about its operation and maintenance, such as a ... such as kinds of physical objects like building, airplane, car, pump, pipe, properties such as mass and color, scales such as ...
*  Glen Tilt
Hutton possessed an instinctive ability to reverse physical processes - to read landscapes backwards, as it were. Fingering the ...
*  Tasman Front
Likewise, there are even fewer studies relating biogeochemical properties to physical processes of the Tasman Front. Denham, R ... Mulhearn, P. J. (August 1987). "The Tasman Front: A Study Using Satellite Infrared Imagery". Journal of Physical Oceanography. ... Journal of Physical Oceanography. 10 (11): 1854-1869. Bibcode:1980JPO....10.1854A. doi:10.1175/1520-0485(1980)010. 2.0.co;2. ... Journal of Physical Oceanography. 31 (10): 2917-2943. Bibcode:2001JPO....31.2917T. doi:10.1175/1520-0485(2001)031. 2.0.co;2. ...
*  Thermoelectric effect
The Seebeck and Peltier effects are different manifestations of the same physical process; textbooks may refer to this process ... ISBN 0-8493-2264-2. P.M. Jack (2003). "Physical Space as a Quaternion Structure I: Maxwell Equations. A Brief Note.". Toronto, ...
*  General formal ontology
GFO distinguishes processes and objects. Processes unfold in time, they have temporal parts. Objects (called presentials) have ... An example is the physical pattern "apple", which instantiates the "APPLE" symbolic structure. GFO uses a theory of space and ... This can be seen as a derivation of the dependency-relations in the formalization of time: processes are always framed by a ... The general formal ontology (GFO) is an upper ontology integrating processes and objects. GFO has been developed by Heinrich ...
*  Neutron scattering
... can refer to either the physical process or the experimental technique which uses this process for the investigation of ... Neutron scattering as a physical process is of primordial importance in nuclear engineering. Neutron scattering as an ... experimental technique is used in crystallography, physics, physical chemistry, biophysics, and materials research. It is ...