NCEA Animal rhythms and actograms This podcast investigates the ways animals control their activity to ensure they are active at times that suit their adaptations. Topics covered include: circadian and circatidal rhythms; endogenous and exogenous biological clocks; zeitgebers; and interpreting actograms.
Exogenous and endogenous variables in the IS-LM model Exogenous variables are those variables that are independent from income (Y) and the interest rate (i). These are variables such as autonomous consumption, autonomous investment, the marginal propensity to consume, the nominal money supply, government spending and in this model taxes. Endogenous variables are influenced by the level of income and the interest rate. These are variables such as induced consumption, investment and demand for money.
Endogenous versus Exogenous Origins of Crises Are large biological extinctions such as the Cretaceous/Tertiary KT boundary due to a meteorite, extreme volcanic activity or self-organized critical extinction cascades? Are commercial successes due to a progressive reputation cascade or the result of a well orchestrated advertisement? Are financial crashes due to external shocks or to self-organized instabilities, are intermittent bursts of financial volatility resulting from external shocks or from cumulative effects of news in a long-memory system? Are earthquakes witnesses of tectonic forces or actors triggering other earthquakes close to a critical self-sustained triggering process? Determining the chain of causality for extreme events in complex systems requires disentangling interwoven exogenous and endogenous contributions with either no clear or too many signatures. Here, I review several efforts carried out with collaborators, which suggest a general strategy for understanding the organization of several complex systems under the dual effect of endogenous and exogenous fluctuations. The studied examples are: earthquake foreshocks, mainshock, aftershocks, Internet download shocks, book sale shocks, social shocks, financial volatility shocks, and financial crashes. Simple models are offered to quantitatively relate the endogenous organization to the exogenous response of the system. Suggestions for applications of these ideas toother problems including illnesses and climate are discussed. Didier Sornette ...
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Robotics System I with Exogenous Connectors
Q28E: Difference between exogenous and endogenous money supply
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Dermatologist discusses on Common Skin Allergies and Patch Testing Eczema can be produced by exogenous factors and is referred to as exogenous or contact dermatitis. There are two forms of contact eczema: irritant and allergic.Knowing about Patch testing for skin allergies with @
Breathe Australian Idol top ten finalist (Season 3) Ricki Lee Coulter released her third single from her debut album. This time a poignant, ballad titled Breathe
D-Side - Speechless add COMMENTS and RATINGS pls! This is one of UK boyband D-Side's video clips taken from their first album "Stronger Together". This is actually the only video clip that I have seen from D-Side in Australia.
Why men with Klinefelter's syndrome are infertile & why exogenous testosterone doesn't help Responding to comments by Zdunmar on this video:
Megan MacGarvie: How Important is US Location for Research in Science? This paper asks whether scientists located outside the US are at a disadvantage when it comes to research productivity. We make use of a dataset of foreign-born US-educated scientists that allows us to exploit exogenous variation in post-Ph.D. location induced by visa status. We thus are able to compare students who were required by law to leave the US after the completion of their doctoral studies with similar students who were allowed to remain in the US We assess whether students who left the US have more or fewer publications and/or citations when compared to a control student with the same advisor. Instrumenting for location using visa status and accounting for the current country's real GDP per capita, we find that the negative relationship between non-US location and research output is present and large for countries with low income per capita but completely eliminated when the researcher is located in a country at or above the 90th percentile of GDP per capita. This suggests that a scientist exogenously located in a country at the top of the income distribution can expect to be as productive in research as he or she would be in the US
Lipoprotein Metabolism Lipoprotein Metabolism The handling of lipoproteins in the body is referred to as lipoprotein metabolism. It is divided into two pathways, exogenous and endogenous, depending in large part on whether the lipoproteins in question are composed chiefly of dietary (exogenous) lipids or whether they originated in the liver (endogenous). Exogenous pathway ----------------------------- Epithelial cells lining the small intestine readily absorb lipids from the diet. These lipids, including triglycerides, phospholipids, and cholesterol, are assembled with apolipoprotein B-48 into chylomicrons. These nascent chylomicrons are secreted from the intestinal epithelial cells into the lymphatic circulation in a process that depends heavily on apolipoprotein B-48. As they circulate through the lymphatic vessels, nascent chylomicrons bypass the liver circulation and are drained via the thoracic duct into the bloodstream. In the bloodstream, HDL particles donate apolipoprotein C-II and apolipoprotein E to the nascent chylomicron; the chylomicron is now considered mature. Via apolipoprotein C-II, mature chylomicrons activate lipoprotein lipase (LPL), an enzyme on endothelial cells lining the blood vessels. LPL catalyzes the hydrolysis of triacylglycerol (ie glycerol covalently joined to three fatty acids) that ultimately releases glycerol and fatty acids from the chylomicrons. Glycerol and fatty acids can then be absorbed in peripheral tissues, especially adipose and muscle, for energy and ...
The Exogenous Endotoxin Theory Subscribe for free to Dr. Greger's videos at bit.ly Donate at bit.ly DESCRIPTION: The endotoxemia (bacterial toxins in the bloodstream) that follows a meal of animal products and results in inflammation and stiffened arteries may come from the food itself rather than from one's own gut bacteria. This is the second video of a three-part series exploring the mechanism behind the spike of inflammation that follows within hours of a meal containing animal products. See yesterday's video-of-the-day for part one ( Food Mass Transit ( details intestinal transit time and for more on chocolate see Update on Chocolate ( Healthiest Chocolate Fix ( and A Treatment for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome ( The chocolate thing reminds me of the nitrate story. When accompanied by phytonutrients, what could have an adverse effect ends up being beneficial—see Are Nitrates Pollutants or Nutrients? ( Tomorrow I'll close up this fascinating topic by exploring the role fat may play in this endotoxic reaction to meat and other animal products in Dead Meat Bacteria Endotoxemia ( In the meantime, there are hundreds of other videos on more than a thousand subjects for you to check out at ( Have a question for Dr. Greger about this video? Leave it in the comment section at and he'll try to answer it!
Intervention and dreams of exogenous state-building | Dr Toby Dodge Security and International Relations Programme, University of Westminster Guest Speaker: Dr Toby Dodge, London School of Economics Dr. Toby Dodge is Deputy Director of LSE IDEAS, a Reader in the International Relations Department at the LSE, and a Senior Consulting Fellow for the Middle East, International Institute for Strategic Studies, London (www2
Phenomenon of Anthill Provocation Stimulus Description: www.cryosurgery.at Professor Dr. Nikolai N. Korpan: Exogenous impacts of living systems: Similarity between Anthill Provocation Stimulus Phenomenon and Autonomous Tumor Substance. Autonomous tumor substance response to exogenous provocation: Dike burst to the tumor cells spreading out and forming new tumor colonies (since 1995). An new standard for oncological surgery: 1) www.cryosurgery.at 2) www.cryosurgery.at
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HCVS 2011 RP-Tests: Block B Endogenous In 2011, the HCVS Team conducted a series of tests for their research paper "Investigating Endogenous and Exogenous Viewpoints in 3-Dimensional (3D) Environments: Situation Effectiveness and Variable Differences". They used various videos in what they term as Real Life Scenario (RLS) tests in order to investigate which viewpoint (exogenous or endogenous) would be more effective in the application of a 3D Virtual Campus. This is one of the videos they used, the endogenous viewpoint of Block B.
HCVS 2011 RP-Tests: Block B Exogenous In 2011, the HCVS Team conducted a series of tests for their research paper "Investigating Endogenous and Exogenous Viewpoints in 3-Dimensional (3D) Environments: Situation Effectiveness and Variable Differences". They used various videos in what they term as Real Life Scenario (RLS) tests in order to investigate which viewpoint (exogenous or endogenous) would be more effective in the application of a 3D Virtual Campus. This is one of the videos they used, the exogenous viewpoint of Block B.
Leo Tilman on Exogenous Shocks
D-Side Where Do You Run COMMENT VIDEO PLS. THANKS A self fan made video of my fave D-Side song "Where Do You Run". Sadly, I dont think it was released as a single so I made a video for it instead. It's my first self made fan video so pardon me if it looks unprofessional.It was difficult to find any D-Side videos before so I just put in clips from other video clips. Anyone can guess which video clips I used for this clip?
Exogenous - Lies Exogenous played their original titled "Lies" at Singapore Band Challenge 2008
Exogenous Serotonin Desensitization Mania preivew of some daft (heh) thing I'm working on, basically have the main theme
Robotics System II with Exogenous Connectors
The difference between endogenous and exogenous varaibles This movie goes over very simple examples of the difference between endogenous and exogenous variables with some examples using a demand function. More information is available at
TV9 - Monkey Transformation (genetics) Into Man Whats Next ?? : "Rupanthara" - Full TV9 - Monkey Transformation (genetics) Into Man Whats Next ?? : "Rupanthara" - Full..! In molecular biology transformation is genetic alteration of a cell resulting from the direct uptake, incorporation and expression of exogenous genetic material (exogenous DNA) from its surroundings and taken up through the cell membrane(s). Transformation occurs naturally in some species of bacteria, but it can also be effected by artificial means in other cells. For transformation to happen, bacteria must be in a state of competence, which might occur as a time-limited response to environmental conditions such as starvation and cell density. Transformation is one of three processes by which exogenous genetic material may be introduced into a bacterial cell, the other two being conjugation (transfer of genetic material between two bacterial cells in direct contact) and transduction (injection of foreign DNA by a bacteriophage virus into the host bacterium). "Transformation" may also be used to describe the insertion of new genetic material into nonbacterial cells, including animal and plant cells; however, because "transformation" has a special meaning in relation to animal cells, indicating progression to a cancerous state, the term should be avoided for animal cells when describing introduction of exogenous genetic material. Introduction of foreign DNA into eukaryotic cells is often called "transfection". Tv9, Transformation, molecular biology, genetics, transfection, exogenous DNA ...
Exogenous Abuse Mal Brough presents an ex-soldier's take on representative parliamentary democracy and racial discrimination. Because armies of all colours have enjoyed an historical association with ***ual assault and land theft. Dedicated the memory of Stanley Bruce.
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Everwood - Concrete Angel A video created from different clips from the TV series Everwood starring Emily VanCamp and Gregory Smith. The series has ben officially pulled out by the network, so this clip serves as a reminder of this great family oriented TV series.
Heinz Winckler - I Don't Wanna Miss A Thing (Live) Comments WOULD be appreciated. Winner of South African Idol season one Heinz Winckler performing the song "I Dont Wanna Miss A Thing" in the first World Idol. He came fourth in the said World Idol overall.
Effects of pH and Temperature on Glucagon Modeled as a Coarse-Grained Bead-String Polymer Ver.3 Note: This version fixes some additional typos and errors from the previous version. Glucagon and insulin play major roles in regulating blood glucose levels, and people with type 1 diabetes mellitus need exogenous sources of these hormones for survival. One major issue faced by glucagon pumps that automate these exogenous injections is the problem of stability, as glucagon rapidly forms precipitates upon standard clinical preparation which greatly decrease their shelf lives. To understand general trends that cause these effects and determine conditions under which glucagon can be stored in an aqueous solution, a molecular dynamics simulation was conducted to illustrate the properties of a glucagon molecule under varying pH and temperature conditions. Glucagon was modeled as a bead-string polymer of 29 coarse-grain units, with each unit representing a separate amino acid and thus having its individual parameters, including different radii and charge. The changes in pH was modeled as changes in the total charge of each amino acid unit based on the charge of its R-group(s), and an Anderson thermostat was utilized to model changes in temperature. The radius of gyration of the simulated glucagon molecule increases with the distance from neutral pH. A similar, but plateauing trend can be seen with increasing simulation temperature. These trends have comparable counterparts to experimental results found in literature.
Canada cannot withstand the exogenous shocks headed its way In this video I detail why there is a 0% probability that Canada is able to miraculously avoid the very real exogenous shocks headed its way in the form of first a global slowdown and recession, and finally a decade and a half long depression. Visit the website for additional commentary and helpful information http The Facebook Page where you will find links to news articles
bacterial transformation In molecular biology transformation is the genetic alteration of a cell resulting from the direct uptake, incorporation and expression of exogenous genetic material (exogenous DNA) from its surrounding and taken up through the cell membrane(s). Transformation occurs most commonly in bacteria and in some species occurs naturally. Transformation can also be effected by artificial means. Bacteria that are capable of being transformed, whether naturally or artificially, are called competent. Transformation is one of three processes by which exogenous genetic material may be introduced into bacterial cell, the other two being conjugation (transfer of genetic material between two bacterial cells in direct contact), and transduction (injection of foreign DNA by a bacteriophage into the host). Transformation may also used to describe the insertion of new genetic material into nonbacterial cells including animal and plant cells, however, because transformation has a special meaning in relation to animal cells indicating progression to a cancerous state, the term should be avoided for animal cells when describing introduction of exogenous genetic material. Introduction of foreign DNA into eukaryotic cells is usually called "transfection".
Rhinolithiasis Corps étrangers des fosses nasales Rhinolithiase Dr KADRI Kamel Rhinoliths are uncommon foreign bodies formed by in situ calcification of intranasal endogenous or exogenous foreign material. Any material, from exogenous or endogenous origin, can act as a potential agent of a rhinolith, first becoming lodged in the nasal cavity and then being calcified because of gradual deposition of salts from nasal, lachrymal, and inflammatory secretions.Teeth, sequestra, dried blood clots, dried pus, desquamated epithelium, leukocytes, and osseous fragments are examples of endogenous precipitants. Fruit seeds, beads, buttons, dirt, pebbles, sand, peas, parasites, wood, glass, and remains of a gauze tampon are examples of exogenous sources.
Time-lapse Images of a Growth Cone Expressing PHakt-GFP during exogenous PIP3 application Time-lapse Confocal Images of a Xenopus Spinal Neuron Growth Cone Expressing PHakt-GFP (Pseudocolor). The arrow indicates local application (at time = 0 s) of a gradient of exogenous PI(3,4,5)P3 (400 μM in the pipette) plus carrier from a micropipette, which elicits translocation of the PHakt-GFP biosensor to the growth cone plasmalemma that is predominantly higher on the side closer to the gradient source.
Detritus - Exogenous Artist: Detritus Label: Ad Noiseam adn26d File under industrial / drum'n'bass / downtempo. Finally the first full length CD by Detritus. Energetic d'n'b structures, noise and well chosen melodies form a very personal album, dynamic and touching. With his acute composition skills, well chosen tones and dynamic beats, Detritus displays here a tour de force showing that rhythmic music can be both beautiful and innovative.
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Exogenous - 2001 Gazelle Handicap The late Exogenous wins with a nice burst of energy in the Gazelle Handicap. She badly injured herself in the paddock coming to the track for 2001 Breeders Cup Distaff and was sadly euthanized a few days later.
ultrasound: effects of exogenous hormones on ovaries and follicular activity by DR TAHIR A SIDDIQUI. Gujranwala. Pakistan.
Astani Department Seminar: Oct 13, 2010 - Dr. Craig Taylor Robust Simulation and Catastrophe Diagnostic for Accounting for Uncertainty in Catastrophe Risk ***ysis Dr. Craig Taylor, Director, Research for Baseline Management Company, Inc. and Research Professor, Astani Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Viterbi School of Engineering Description: In these seminars, the speaker outlined catastrophe risk procedures for infrastructure systems and showed how the uncertainties in the models involved could be accounted for in the overall loss distribution. Methods were outlined to manage the uncertainties in the parameters that are explicitly considered within each part of the model (eg, hazards, response of components, systems response). These are the "nominal" or "endogenous" uncertainties. With the introduction of alternative models, based on different assumptions, parameters, or data, one may begin to account for the remaining "exogenous" uncertainties that lie within the bounds of current knowledge. Of course, no domain of science is or should be ever "settled," so exogenous elements will persist, contributing to some residual uncertainty. Robust simulation begins with a preferred set of models and a test of the "danger" of the loss distribution given an extremely large number of simulations. The "exogenous" uncertainties in the catastrophe loss distribution are illustrated in ongoing research as in missile risk ***ysis, global climate change, climate conditioning for hurricanes and other severe weather events, and ...