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 Domain - Biology [ NZQA ]
People credited with this unit standard are able to: describe the importance of managing a resource to ensure its ecological sustainability and process information on the management of a resource to develop a defensible position.
People credited with this unit standard are able to describe a contemporary example of a biological technique, and explain how human needs or demands have influenced the development and use of the technique.
People credited with this unit standard are able to carry out a practical investigation to examine a behavioural response and explain a behavioural response in a named animal.
www.nzqa.govt.nz /framework/explore/domain-full.do?frameworkId=75256   (1583 words)

 Ontologies for molecular biology and bioinformatics
First, one should be aware of the distinction between ontology, the study of being as a branch of philosophy and individual (domain) ontologies, which are the result of the analysis of a particular domain of interest (possibly as broad as the universe) and the instantiation of a concrete ontological model of that domain.
Since a domain ontology addresses primarily basic, fundamental underlying relations of an application domain there is less need to modify an ontology as compared to actual knowledge bases.
An ontology is not a model of an application domain but a compendium of all building blocks with their valid modes of combination required to express a theory.
www.bioinfo.de /isb/2002/02/0017/main.html   (6094 words)

 Domain - definition from Biology-Online.org
(Science: molecular biology) Used to describe a part of a molecule or structure that shares common physico chemical features, for example hydrophobic, polar, globular, helical domains or properties for example dna binding domain, atp binding domain.
there are 3 distinctive domains present in the world, that are widely accepted by scientist: Domain bacteria and domain archaea are both prokaryotic(meaning they have no nucleus), while domain eukarya is eukaryotic.
Domain eukarya includes all multicellular organisms, including protists, animals, fungi, and plants.
www.biology-online.org /dictionary/Domain   (202 words)

 Domain (biology) - Definition, explanation
In biology, a domain or empire is the top-level grouping of organisms in scientific classification.
A professional organization in the domain of clinical laboratory science devoted to setting and...
An analysis of the domain of rattlesnakes of Arizona as expressed by an...
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 Domain Names For Sale - Google PageRank 2
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 Open Clip Art Library Tags clip_art image public_domain biology human
media, clip_art, anatomy, body, lungs, lung, biology, science, human
The clip art on this website and part of this project are released into the public domain.
This site uses ccHost, licensed under CC-GNU-GPL, which is a product of the ccTools project and uses GetID3 and PHPTal.
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  Public Domain Materials
Many works are considered to be in the public domain.
All collections on ibiblio are assumed to be in the public domain unless otherwise noted.
They are in the public domain and may be republished, reprinted and otherwise used freely by anyone without the need to obtain permission from FDA.
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  Domain (biology) - Medicow   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Biology is the natural science that studies the thermal state of no-equilibrium known as Proton Motive Force, which derives from a specific position and movement of  the energy (quantum state), and the quasi-stable thermodynamic systems that experience it.
Biology, the study of life, is the fastest growing of the scientific disciplines, and is likely to be a dominant issue in the coming century.
With the expansion of the cognitive domain during evolution, the types of behavior have changed as well as how their relevance is implemented; different kinds of behavior are relevant to the maintenance of the basic circularity of the living organization through different domains of interactions, and hence, different fields of causal relations.
www.medicow.com /topics/Domain-biology   (2880 words)

 Hirschfeld & Gelman: Mapping the Mind
Cognitive domains and the structure of the lexicon: The case of the emotions.
Abstract: The revival of interest in domains of cognition, especially in the contexts of cross-cultural and developmental studies, is evidence of a new awareness of how different sorts of concepts and belief systems might become tailored to particular kinds of lawful regularities in our physical and socal worlds.
Abstract: This chapter addresses the development of a single domain: everyday understanding of the mind in children, and suggests that this development is best understood as the formulation of a succession of naive theories.
cogweb.ucla.edu /Abstracts/Hirschfeld_Gelman_94.html   (2171 words)

 Genome Biology | Full text | Predicting domain-domain interactions using a parsimony approach
For example, the Association method [15] scores each domain pair by the ratio of the number of occurrences of a given pair in interacting proteins to the number of independent occurrences of those domains.
More precisely, for a given domain pair, the pw-score is the minimum of a p value (which measures the probability of obtaining the same or higher score in a random network of interactions for the same protein set) and a probability based on witness support and the network reliability rate (see Materials and methods).
Domain p53, also known as tumor protein 53 (TP53), is a transcription factor that regulates the cell cycle, and hence functions as a tumor suppressor.
genomebiology.com /2006/7/11/R104   (6745 words)

 Genome Biology | Full text | THoR: a tool for domain discovery and curation of multiple alignments
When annotating sequences from an evolutionary perspective, it is important to characterize sequences in terms of domains, which we define as being compact and spatially distinct protein structures [1].
As domains are often present in different molecular contexts and in different combinations, it is necessary to employ sophisticated resources such as Pfam [2] and SMART [3] for their prediction.
Among the domains found in narrowly diverse taxa were domains that were not expected to be found within the pufferfish genome; these served as negative controls.
genomebiology.com /2003/4/8/R52   (3402 words)

 Maturana (1970): Biology of Cognition
Moreover, since the domain of interactions of the organism is defined by its structure, and since this structure implies a prediction of a niche, the relations with which the nervous system interacts are defined by this prediction and arise in the domain of interactions of the organism.
However, because the outcome of the interaction is determined in the cognitive domain of the orientee regardless of the significance of the message in the cognitive domain of the orienter, the denotative function of the message lies only in the cognitive domain of the observer and not in the operative effectiveness of the communicative interaction.
Accordingly, once a cultural domain is established, the subsequent evolution of the nervous system is necessarily subordinated to it in the measure that it determines the functional validity of the new kinds of concomitances of activity that may arise in the nervous system through genetic variability.
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 BioMed Central | Full text | PASBio: predicate-argument structures for event extraction in molecular biology
In molecular biology, a gene and its products are at the center of the study, as a set of these molecular entities dictate, and their products carry out, different functions at the cellular level and the combined effects can be seen at the organism level.
In both biology and newswire corpora, confer is used with semantic "to give (as a property or characteristic) to someone or something" and lead to is used in the sense of "to tend toward or have a result".
In addition to the significance of verb senses used in the molecular biology domain, syntactic constructions also differ markedly; such as the use of passives allowing the semantic subject to be omitted where they are part of the common-sense understanding in the domain.
www.biomedcentral.com /1471-2105/5/155   (9291 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This vast domain of inquiry is unified through scientific laws that have been painstakingly derived by asking questions -- by the interrogation of nature.
The Biology Program at Hanover College invites you to join with us as we explore the nature of life through the scientific investigation of the living world.
The study of biology can satisfy your curiosity about how the natural world operates and open the door to life-long learning seen through a biological world view.
www.hanover.edu /biology   (225 words)

 K P Mohanan: Science & Arts
Developmental biology and evolutionary biology (biological domain) are historical, while physiology and anatomy (biological domain) are ahistorical.
Language acquisition (biological domain) is historical, while the (Chomskian) study of language structure (mental domain) is ahistorical.
Physics, chemistry, biology, sociology, economics, and history are empirical disciplines, while logic, mathematics, theology, law, normative aesthetics and normative moral philosophy are non-empirical.
courses.nus.edu.sg /course/ellkpmoh/science/sci-arts.htm   (1688 words)

 EDU130 Metacognitive Paper - Domain I (Science)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Competency in this domain comes through the acquisition of knowledge in the subject the candidate is going to teach as well as the knowledge of many instructional styles and applications in the classroom.
A biology teacher must also be able to teach his students the guiding practices of all scientists: objectivity, skepticism, problem-solving, and experimentation.
An expertise in biology, however, must be coupled with the ability to understand the concepts of secondary teaching.
cas.indwes.edu /education/science.html   (1564 words)

 ALA | Teachers Domain
This is exactly what happened in Bedford, Massachusetts, and Sterling, Virginia, when biology teachers and their students piloted Teachers’ Domain, an ambitious digital library being developed for the National Science Digital Library by WGBH, the Boston public television station, with major funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
In January 2003 teachers and their students nationwide were able to connect to an expanded version of Teachers’ Domain when it launched as part of NSF’s National Science Digital Library.
At launch date, Teachers’ Domain contained these additional life science units: the cell (for high school students); structure and function (for middle schoolers); behavior and regulation (also for middle school students); and general life science (for elementary students).
www.ala.org /ala/aasl/aaslpubsandjournals/kqweb/kqarchives/volume31/313Blumenthal.cfm   (1342 words)

 domain - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Domain Name System (DNS), in computer communications, a method of translating Internet addresses so that computers connected in the Internet can...
addition of domains to biological classification, classification systems
Eminent Domain, in public law, in its widest sense, the right or power to take private property for public use.
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Provincialism: biology is a province of physical science; hence, more than compatibility between biological theories and those of physics is needed.
Autonomism: the aims of biology and methods of achieving them are fundamentally different from those of the physical sciences; these differences trace their roots to the domain of biology -- living organisms -- and the non-deterministic processes that characterize the domain.
The provincialist (and the philosophers who share this view) takes molecular biology to be the locus at which biology and the physical sciences come together: shared subject matter and techniques, and molecular biology viewed as enabling intra-theoretical reduction with the biological sciences.
faculty.washington.edu /lynnhank/Lectures_Week2.html   (818 words)

 MIT Department of Biology: Alexander Rich
An important advance was made by publication of the crystal structure of Z-DNA bound to a protein domain of an editing enzyme.
This protein domain is one of a family of proteins in which the important residues involved in Z-DNA interaction are strongly conserved.
A new development in the biological activities of the Za domain derived from an analysis of the effects of measles virus infection.
mit.edu /biology/www/facultyareas/facresearch/rich.html   (924 words)

 Mapping the Mind - Cambridge University Press
This volume is appropriate as a reader for advanced undergraduate and graduate courses in cultural psychology, psychological anthropology, developmental and cognitive psychology.
Domain specificity and cultural variation are not inconsistent: lessons from number and music Rochel Gelman and Kimberly Brenneman; Part II.
Cognitive domains and the structure of the lexicon Anna Wierzbicka; Part V. Implications for Education: 17.
www.cambridge.org /us/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=0521429935   (470 words)

 domain - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Domain Name System (DNS), in computer communications, a method of translating Internet addresses so that computers connected in the Internet can...
addition of domains to biological classification, classification systems
Eminent Domain, in public law, in its widest sense, the right or power to take private property for public use.
encarta.msn.com /encnet/refpages/search.aspx?q=domain   (168 words)

 Brethren Glossary: D
The Church of the Brethren Network has the domain of cob-net.org with an IP address of [ ].
The domain biology.school.edu might be a file server (computer) in the Biology department of this educational institution and it is different from the main school.edu file server, additionally, this machine could be located in an entirely different building.
Some domain names are case sensitive while others are not, depending on how the service provider has configured their system.
www.cob-net.org /glossary_brethren-d.htm   (1025 words)

 BioMath: Functions
is all x in the domain of g such that such that g(x) is in the domain of f.
consists of all x in the domain of g such that g(x) is in the domain of f.
all x in the domain of g such that g(x) is the domain of f).
www.biology.arizona.edu /biomath/tutorials/Functions/Composition.html   (398 words)

 current grads AT BIOLOGY
The facility will be available to all members of the Department of Biology faculty and permanent, full-time staff, and to all graduate students actively working on degrees in department programs.
Biology Help Desk Staff will also carry out routine maintenance of hardware and see that necessary supplies are available as needed.
The Biology Help Desk Staff will have the authority to limit or suspend access to the facilities by an individual found violating department policies or engaging in activities that violate state or federal laws.
www.biology.usu.edu /graduate/current/ComputerPolicy.htm   (1215 words)

 biology - Ask.com Web Search
Biology is a branch of science, dealing with the study of life.
Cell biology, the study of cell anatomy and...
Biology studies the variety of life (clockwise from top-left) E. coli, tree fern, gazelle, Goliath beetle...
ask.com /main/askjeeves.asp?ask=biology&o=0   (313 words)

 Biology Zone | AP Biology Lecture Notes   (Site not responding. Last check: )
An overview of the course and an introduction to the recurring themes that are woven throughout the fabric of this subject.
Biology has chemistry at its foundation, so to fundamentally understand biology we must understand the chemical principles that govern the structure and function of living organisms.
Remember: Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution.
bio.kimunity.com /ap_biology/notes   (345 words)

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 BSCS | More 2   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Typically, students enter high school and college classrooms with "nominal literacy." A person with nominal literacy recognizes some terms and concepts as belonging to the domain of biology, but has only a rudimentary and frequently inaccurate understanding of their meaning or significance.
With basic understandings in place, students are ready to use their understanding of biology in more independent ways.
Further along the continuum of biological literacy, students move into "multidimensional literacy" in which they begin to understand the place of biology in human experience and can tackle examining and debating issues at the intersections between biology and society.
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