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Spirina G.A.
Abstract: One of the important areas of research in biological development is the study of the laws and algorithms of organ shaping. The phenomenon of symmetry in the forms of biological bodies is considered as the main provision on the existence of specific laws of morphogenesis. A morphometric study of the parameters of the heart, [...] Read more.
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David Olusina Rowlands, Mark Savill
Abstract: Gas turbine engine are one of the major prime movers used in industry and aviation to produce energy and power. However, a major limitation of gas turbine engines, in relation to climate change, is that they are mostly powered by fossil fuels which when burnt, release emissions in varying amounts into the atmosphere. Growin [...] Read more.
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Ionescu Marius
Abstract: The paper aims to study non-invasive detectionmethods for blood glucose determination. Glucometry and pulseoximetry are two methods that are based on the absorption oflight in tissues. Pulse oximetry measures blood oxygen saturationbased on red (infrared) light, using a wavelength of 600-750 nm,and infrared light, using a w [...] Read more.
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Misiani Zachary, Lun Yin, Mwai Zacharia, Antonine Sakwa, Xiaohan Zhang, Yanyan Zheng, Bousted Mukolwe
Abstract: Our long-term study on the quantitative at-sea distribution of the upper trophic levels - seabirds and marine mammals - in polar ecosystems aims at quantifying the factors influencing their distribution as well as detecting possible spatial and temporal changes, with special attention to hydrography and global climate chang [...] Read more.
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Brown Holy, Enyi Alice Ruhuoma, Davies Tamunoemine
Abstract: This study examined the distribution of the E23K allele variant of the KCNJ11 gene in type 2 diabetes mellitus and non- diabetics in a Nigerian population. The E23K polymorphism of the KCNJ11 gene results from a substitution of the amino acid lysine to glutamate at codon 23. This alteration causes a critical inhibition of g [...] Read more.
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MAKANI BASSAKOUAHOU Jospin Karel, MAYALA MAOGNAN Reine France, IKAMA Méo Stéphane, KOUALA LANDA Chistian Michel, KIMBALLY KAKY Gisèle
Abstract: We report a case of atrial fibrillation associated with cardiac accessory tissues in a 36-year-old patient. The clinical symptomatology was dominated by recurrent palpitations and right heart failure. Doppler echocardiography revealed a couple of cardiac accessory tissues causing dilatation of right cardiac chambers. [...] Read more.
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Karlin Burks, Nicole Austin, Kimberly Fitchett-Bazemore
Abstract: As COVID-19 ravages our country and devastates our K12 Education system, the crisis has highlighted the need for teachers to be educated in the art of advocacy as a necessary skill for reforming the teaching profession (Brown, 2008). Despite the necessity of teachers to possess practical advocacy skills to advocate for them [...] Read more.
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Gulnar Orynbek, Xu Hui, Kalibekuly Tolkyn, Endale Fantahun Tadesee, Sabika Khalid
Abstract: This study was examined the relationship between faculty leaders’ leadership style and faculty teachers’ job satisfaction at two public universities in Kazakhstan (L.N.Gomylov Eurasian National University, Kazakh Women Teacher Training University). One hundred twenty-four academic staff participated the research (117 teache [...] Read more.
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Yurou Wang, Jihong Zhang
Abstract: Driven by globalization, cultural intelligence (CQ) has become a critical element for human communication. The increasing international student population also calls for an in-depth understanding of CQ, which incorporates metacognitive, cognitive, motivational, and behavioral dimensions that could promote international lear [...] Read more.
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