Carrying Capacity

Chemical Composition, Antioxidant Capacity, Acetyl- and Butyrylcholinesterase Inhibitory Activities of the Essential Oil of Thymus haussknechtii Velen.

... SHORT REPORT Rec. Nat. Prod. 10:4 (2016) 503-507 Chemical Composition, Antioxidant Capacity, Acetyl- and Butyrylcholinesterase Inhibitory Activities of the Essential Oil of Thymus haussknechtii Velen. Handan G. Sevindik1, Temel Özek2, K. Özden Yerdelen3, Mehmet ... (GC-MS). The major component of the essential oil was thymol (52.2%). Total phenolic content of the essential oil was determined as 132.9 µg gallic acid equivalent. The antioxidant capacity was evaluated by DPPH free radical, superoxide anion radical and hydrogen peroxide scavenging activities along with ferrous ion-chelating power test, ABTS radical cation
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The mode of action of spatial repellents and their impact on vectorial capacity of Anopheles gambiae sensu stricto.

... RESEARCH ARTICLE The Mode of Action of Spatial Repellents and Their Impact on Vectorial Capacity of Anopheles gambiae sensu stricto Sheila B. Ogoma1,2*, Hassan Ngonyani1, Emmanuel T. Simfukwe1, Antony Mseka1, Jason Moore1,2, Marta F. Maia1,3,4, Sarah J. Moore1,3,4, Lena ... Switzerland *sogoma@ihi.or.tz Abstract OPEN ACCESS Citation: Ogoma SB, Ngonyani H, Simfukwe ET, Mseka A, Moore J, et al. (2014) The Mode of Action of Spatial Repellents and Their Impact on Vectorial Capacity of Anopheles gambiae sensu stricto. PLoS ONE 9(12): e110433. doi:10.1371/ journal.pone.0110433 Editor: Immo A. Hansen, New Mexico State University, United States of America Received: ... to effectively locate the host and blood feed. Among factors that influence the rate at which new human malaria infections are disseminated per day by a mosquito i.e. vectorial capacity, is the man – biting rate of mosquitoes [1]. Man – biting rate describes the frequency of mosquitoes to bite humans. For malaria parasites to be transmitted from one person
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Study of the effect of surfactants on extraction and determination of polyphenolic compounds and antioxidant capacity of fruits extracts.

... with an ultrasound bath. Total antioxidant capacity also was determined in this study. The method can be safely scaled up for pharmaceutical applications. Citation: Hosseinzadeh R, Khorsandi K, Hemmaty S (2013) Study of the Effect of Surfactants on Extraction and Determination of Polyphenolic Compounds and Antioxidant Capacity of Fruits Extracts. PLoS ONE ... Tannin-measuring techniques: A review, J. Chem. Ecol., 8: 1289–1298. 40. Ozyurt D, Demirata B, Apak R (2007) Determination of total antioxidant capacity by a new spectrophotometric method based on Ce(IV) reducing capacity measurement. Talanta, 71: 1155–1165. 41. Sulaiman SF, Sajak AAB, Ooi K, Supriatno, Seow EM (2001) Effect of solvents in extracting polyphenols ... Study of the Effect of Surfactants on Extraction and Determination of Polyphenolic Compounds and Antioxidant Capacity of Fruits Extracts Reza Hosseinzadeh1,2*, Khatereh Khorsandi2, Syavash Hemmaty1 1 Food and Chemical Analysis Research Lab, Academic Center for Education, Culture and Research,
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Factors Affecting the Oxygenation Capacity of Disc Aerators in an Oxidation Ditch System

... of immersion depth on the oxygenation capacity and power consumption of paddle wheel aerators and KLa (min-1) found that increasing immersion depth allowed for a marginal increase in oxygenation capacity and a dramatic rise in power consumption. Thakre et al. (2009) tested the effects of immersion depth on the oxygenation capacity of curved blade aerators ... of immersion depth of a 42 cm diameter brush aerator on the oxygenation capacity and found that when the immersion depth was increased from 5 cm to 14 cm (180% increase), the oxygenation capacity rose from 147 g/hr m3 to 391 g/hr m3 (166% increase). AlAhmady (2006) investigated the oxygen transfer capacity in a bench scale subsurface aerator and found 114 Am. ... foam generation. However, the oxygenation capacity of an individual disc is limited and the use of a number of discs on the rotating shaft was suggested in order to allow for a wider range of oxygenation capacities (Drews et al., 1972; Ogilvie and Kingsbury, 1974; Ghaly, 1982; Nemerow, 2007). It wouldoxygenation capacity of a single disc aerator rather
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Phenotype of transgenic mice carrying a very low copy number of the mutant human G93A superoxide dismutase-1 gene associated with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

... feature of the G93A SOD1 transgenic mouse model carrying 25 copies of the transgene. However, the slow progression and prolonged survival of the VLE mouse allowed us to observe significant translocation of TDP-43 into the cytoplasm from the nucleus. This would Discussion We have demonstrated that VLE mice carrying 4 copies of the mutant human G93A SOD1 ... (1995) Neuropathological changes in two lines of mice carrying a transgene for mutant human Cu, Zn SOD, and in mice overexpressing wild type human SOD: a model of familial amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (FALS). Brain Res 676: 25–40. 12. Dal Canto MC, Gurney ME (1997) A low expressor line of transgenic mice carrying a mutant human Cu, Zn superoxide dismutase ... causative, but can exacerbate or accelerate motor neuron disease. Citation: Deitch JS, Alexander GM, Bensinger A, Yang S, Jiang JT, et al. (2014) Phenotype of Transgenic Mice Carrying a Very Low Copy Number of the Mutant Human G93A Superoxide Dismutase-1 Gene Associated with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. PLoS ONE 9(6): e99879. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0099879 Editor:
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Twinning European and South Asian river basins to enhance capacity and implement adaptive integrated water resources management approaches – results from the EC-project BRAHMATWINN

... river basins to Engineering enhance capacity and implement adaptive integrated and Science water resources management approaches – results from the EC-project BRAHMATWINN Earth System Department of Geoinformatics, Friedrich-Schiller University, Jena, Germany Science Data Abstract. The EC-project BRAHMATWINN was carrying out a harmonised integrated ... studies and analysis the UBRB has not been studied and discussed in such comprehensive and integrated context before. The overall objective of BRAHMATWINN was to enhance and improve capacity to carry out a harmonised integrated water resources management (IWRM) approach as addressed by the European Water Initiative in headwater river systems of alpine mountain ... availability and quality is controlling the socio-economic development, quality of livelihoods, sustainability and prosperity. In this regard BRAHMATWINN provided required knowledge and capacity building in respect to a scientifically based sustainable IWRM that will contribute towards the targets set out in the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) as described
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THE INFLUENCE OF ECOLOGICAL MATERIALS EMBEDDED INTO COMPOSITES UPON THE THERMAL INSULATING CAPACITY

... 2069-7430 ISSN-L 1841-4737 PRO LIGNO Vol. 10 N° 4 2014 www.proligno.ro pp. 63-68 THE INFLUENCE OF ECOLOGICAL MATERIALS EMBEDDED INTO COMPOSITES UPON THE THERMAL INSULATING CAPACITY Luminiţa-Maria BRENCI Assoc.Prof.dr.eng. – Transilvania University in Brasov Address: Str. Univeristatii nr. 1, 500036 Brasov, Romania E-mail: brenlu@unitbv.ro Ivan CISMARU Prof.dr.eng. ... industry, transport and other areas has influenced the decision of the researchers to find composites with low emissions of pollutants. In this area, the composites with a high insulation capacity are investigated in the conditions of using ecological materials in their structure. According to the statistics of European countries (http://epp.eurostat. ec.europa.eu/statistics_explained/index.php?title=File:Final_energy_consumption,_EU-27,_2010_(1)_(%25 _of_total, ... al. 2013). The increasing hemp hurds content in the structure of composites with binding materials such as cement or gypsum had as result the increas of the thermal insulating capacity of the composites (Gherghişan and Cismaru 2013). The presence of other materials as wood chips, wool fibres and chopped reed embedded in mineral and acrylic binding materials
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Method of Measurement Isobaric Heat Capacity of the Organic Liquid

... (2013) Short Communication Method of Measurement Isobaric Heat Capacity of the Organic Liquid Yu.A. Neruchev*, V.I. Korotkovskiy Kursk State University, 33, Radischeva Str., 305000 Kursk, Russia (Received 07 October 2013; published online 10 December 2013) A technique for measuring the heat capacity of liquids on modernized authors the installation ... liquids on modernized authors the installation of IT-Cp-400 is considered. The results of measurements the isobaric heat capacity of some bromosubstituted n-alkanes is presented. Keywords: Differential scanning calorimeter, Isobaric heat capacity, Organic liquid. PACS numbers: 07.90. + c, 05.70.Ce A study of the liquid state of matter is one of the ... effective way to determine the heat capacity a substance in a wide temperature range. However, even the most modern, recently developed experimental systems, such as the DSC-500 [1], differential scanning calorimeters company Mettler Toledo [2] and INTERTECH Corporation [3], and others, are not designed to take measurements heat capacity of liquids [4, 5]. Differential
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Propagation of the initial value perturbation in a cylindrical lined duct carrying a gas flow

... Propagation of the initial value perturbation in a cylindrical lined duct carrying a gas flow Agneta M. BALINT*,1, Stefan BALINT2 *Corresponding author *,1Department of Physics, West University of Timisoara Blv. V. Pârvan 4, Timisoara, Romania, balint@physics.uvt.ro 2Department ... 0 ) the unknown functions are equal to zero (so the INCAS BULLETIN, Volume 5, Issue 1/ 2013 31 Propagation of the initial value perturbation in a cylindrical lined duct carrying a gas flow condition of “strict causality”, no output before input [2]. is respected) and the evolution of an instantaneous perturbation occurring at t  0 , described ... and possesses Laplace transform with respect to t . INCAS BULLETIN, Volume 5, Issue 1/ 2013 33 Propagation of the initial value perturbation in a cylindrical lined duct carrying a gas flow 2. CONDITIONS ASSURING THAT THE SOUND ATTENUATION PROBLEM IN CYLINDRICAL LINED DUCT IS WELL-POSED IN SENSE OF HADAMARD AND THE BRIGGS-BERS STABILITY METHOD
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Differentiation of retinal ganglion cells and photoreceptor precursors from mouse induced pluripotent stem cells carrying an Atoh7/Math5 lineage reporter.

... Differentiation of Retinal Ganglion Cells and Photoreceptor Precursors from Mouse Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Carrying an Atoh7/Math5 Lineage Reporter Bin-Bin Xie1., Xiang-Mei Zhang2., Takao Hashimoto2, Amy H. Tien2, Andrew Chen2, Jian Ge1, Xian-Jie Yang2,3* 1 Zhong-Shan Ophthalmic Center, ... Xie B-B, Zhang X-M, Hashimoto T, Tien AH, Chen A, et al. (2014) Differentiation of Retinal Ganglion Cells and Photoreceptor Precursors from Mouse Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Carrying an Atoh7/Math5 Lineage Reporter. PLoS ONE 9(11): e112175. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0112175 Editor: Tudor C. Badea, NIH/NEI, United States of America Received June 28, ... projecting retinal ganglion cells (RGCs). Despite the evolutionarily conserved neurogenic process and anatomic structure of vertebrate retinas, the spontaneous repair and regenerative capacity of the mammalian retina appears limited compared to teleosts and amphibians [4–7]. Therefore, de novo production of distinct retinal neurons, especially photoreceptor
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Biochemical composition and germination capacity of Ligustrum lucidum ait. seeds in the process of biological invasion=Composição bioquímica e capacidade de germinação de sementes de Ligustrum lucidum ait. no processo de invasão biológica

... Acta Scientiarum http://www.uem.br/acta ISSN printed: 1679-9283 ISSN on-line: 1807-863X Doi: 10.4025/actascibiolsci.v34i3.10641 Biochemical composition and germination capacity of Ligustrum lucidum ait. seeds in the process of biological invasion Aquélis Armiliato Emer1, Marisa de Cacia Oliveira1*and Michelle Melissa Althaus-Ottmann2 1Coordenação ... became invasive in Paraná State, the studies pointed to a potential arising mainly from the production of a great number of seeds, rather than maintenance of high germination capacity, since under environmental conditions, the reserve material seems to be depleted before the complete embryo development and seedling establishment (growing). Therefore,
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The capacity to choose: reformulating the concept of choice in economic theory

... realist ontology is a distinction between an agent’s possession of a capacity (or power) to act and the exercise of this capacity. Applied to human choice, the distinction should allow us to distinguish between individuals’ possession of the capacity to choose and their exercise of this capacity. This would allow us to conceptualise choice without proposing ... possession of a capacity to choose and the exercise of this capacity holds out the prospect of making sense of this distinction; for people who say they had ‘no choice’ could be conceived as those who possess but do not exercise their capacity to choose in a given situation, whereas people who do choose both possess and exercise this capacity. Furthermore, ... cannot exercise her capacity to choose when she is drugged; it is not obvious that she even possesses this capacity when drugged. Only when she returns to her normal state may we say of B that she possesses this capacity. Should we accept Giddens’ conceptualization and thus relinquish the distinction between possessing and exercising the capacity to choose
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The Current State of Poison Control Centers in Pakistan and the Need for Capacity Building

... either of centers. There was a limited capacity for qualitative and analytical toxicology. Common antidotes were available. There were limited surveillance activities to capture toxic risks existing in the community and also a deficiency was observed in chemical disaster planning. Conclusion: PCCs in Pakistan need capacity building for specialized training ... telephone service for consultation in poisoning cases. Keywords: Capacity Building; Pakistan; Poison Control Centers; Poisoning; Public Health How to cite this article: Khan NU, Mir MU, Khan UR, Khan AR, Ara J, Raja K, et al. The Current State of Poison Control Centers in Pakistan and the Need for Capacity Building. Asia Pac J Med Toxicol 2014;3:31-5. INTRODUCTION Poisoning ... did not have the capacity for toxicovigilance or community-based assessments. Hence, chemical disaster planning was appeared to be deficient. School-based education interventions were carried out by one of the centers. DISCUSSION This study highlighted positive facets of regulating streamlined PCCs in Pakistan and their potential capacity to provide
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Local budgets tax expenditures’s role in formation of tax capacity Роль налоговых расходов местных бюджетов в формировании налогового потенциала

... 2006-2011. Describes the mechanism of the effect of tax expenditures on the tax capacity of the local budgets. The problems of the implementation of this mechanism in the practice of providing tax relief on taxes to the local budget. Keywords: tax expenditures, tax privileges, tax capacity, income tax, property taxes Pic.: 2. Tabl.: 7. Bibl.: 9. Orlova ... університет економіки та права (вул. Леніна, 11, Іркутськ, 664003, Росія) Email: bstepan@yandex.ru Orlova Y. N., Bykov S. S. Local budgets tax expenditures’s role in formation of tax capacity UDC 336.221 The article deals with the concept of tax expenditures (which are defined as tax revenues which not received in the budget system as a result of tax
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Regional frontal gray matter volume associated with executive function capacity as a risk factor for vehicle crashes in normal aging adults.

... executive function capacity were prone to risky driving. Furthermore, VBM analysis revealed that lower executive function capacity was associated with smaller gray matter volume in the supplementary motor area (SMA). Thus, the current data suggest that SMA volume is a reliable predictor of individual differences in executive function capacity as a risk ... executive function capacity in normal aging individuals is PLOS ONE | www.plosone.org 1 September 2012 | Volume 7 | Issue 9 | e45920 Regional Brain Size and Executive Functioning limited, and even controversial. Van Petten et al. [18] did not find any correlation between frontal gray matter volume and executive function capacity. In contrast, ... Effortful Control Scale (ECS), which is a questionnaire used to quantify executive function capacity of daily living [21,22]. In addition, driving behavior was assessed using the Driving Behavior Questionnaire (DBQ) [23,24] to examine whether executive function capacity, assessed using the ECS, was associated with vehicle crash risk. Furthermore, regional
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Features of muscular activity at carrying out body drop by female judo-wrestlers of highly qualification

... пучків лівого дельтовидного м'яза. дзюдо, відеоаналіз, м’язи. Elipkhanov S.B. Features of muscular activity at carrying out body drop by female judowrestlers of highly qualification. The aim of this study was evaluating muscles activity at carrying out body drop, lengths of muscles and velocity of changing their lengths. Was used 2D and 3D video analysis. ... their lengths. Was used 2D and 3D video analysis. Three participant of Russia female national judo team (age before 23 years) took part in experiment. Has been established at carrying out reception to the right side greatest changes of length are observed at left and right muscle rectus abdominis and right muscle obliquus externus abdominis, middle
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Freeze and Thaw of CD4+CD25+Foxp3+ Regulatory T Cells Results in Loss of CD62L Expression and a Reduced Capacity to Protect against Graft-versus-Host Disease.

... RESEARCH ARTICLE Freeze and Thaw of CD4+CD25+Foxp3+ Regulatory T Cells Results in Loss of CD62L Expression and a Reduced Capacity to Protect against Graft-versus-Host Disease Mareike Florek1☯, Dominik Schneidawind1,2☯*, Antonio Pierini1,3, Jeanette Baker1, Randall Armstrong1, Yuqiong Pan1, Dennis ... M, Schneidawind D, Pierini A, Baker J, Armstrong R, Pan Y, et al. (2015) Freeze and Thaw of CD4+CD25+Foxp3+ Regulatory T Cells Results in Loss of CD62L Expression and a Reduced Capacity to Protect against Graft-versus-Host Disease. PLoS ONE 10(12): e0145763. doi:10.1371/journal. pone.0145763 Editor: Vassiliki A Boussiotis, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical ... (CD62L), which was previously established to be an important factor that contributes to the in vivo protective effects of Tregs. Frozen and thawed murine Tregs showed a reduced capacity to bind to the CD62L binding partner MADCAM1 in vitro as well as an impaired homing to secondary lymphoid organs in vivo. Upon adoptive transfer frozen and thawed Tregs
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Несущая способность удлиненной трехслойной панели при ползучести Carrying capacity of lengthened three-layered panel under creep

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LRRK2 kinase activity is dependent on LRRK2 GTP binding capacity but independent of LRRK2 GTP binding.

... LRRK2 Kinase Activity Is Dependent on LRRK2 GTP Binding Capacity but Independent of LRRK2 GTP Binding Jean-Marc Taymans1*, Rene´ e Vancraenenbroeck2, Petri Ollikainen1, Alexandra Beilina3, Evy Lobbestael1, Marc De Maeyer2, Veerle Baekelandt1, ... or GTP binding to ROC. Citation: Taymans J-M, Vancraenenbroeck R, Ollikainen P, Beilina A, Lobbestael E, et al. (2011) LRRK2 Kinase Activity Is Dependent on LRRK2 GTP Binding Capacity but Independent of LRRK2 GTP Binding. PLoS ONE 6(8): e23207. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0023207 Editor: Philipp J. Kahle, Hertie Institute for Clinical Brain Research and ... reduction in lrrktide phosphorylation activity for the T1348N mutant clearly allow us to conclude that the T1348N inhibits kinase activity. Taken together, these data show that the capacity for GDP/GTP binding is essential for LRRK2 kinase activity, but that the specific guanine nucleotide bound to LRRK2 ROC does not play a modulatory role on LRRK2 kinase
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Composição, proteólise, capacidade de derretimento e formação de "blisters" do queijo mussarela obtido pelos métodos tradicional e de ultrafiltração: composition, proteolysis, melting capacity and blisters formation.

... membranas; proteólise; propriedades funcionais. SUMMARY MOZZARELLA BY ULTRAFILTRATION: COMPOSITION, PROTEOLYSIS, MELTING CAPACITY AND BLISTERS FORMATION. The objective of this research was to compare the composition, proteolysis, melting capacity and blisters formation in Mozzarella cheese manufactured with milk retentate (MR) of a volumetric concentration ... proteolysis, melting capacity and the blisters formation on cheeses with 7, 15, 30 and 60 days of refrigerates storage. MRs presented larger pH, ash and total protein contents and lower titratable acidity and fat, fat on dry matter and salt contents when compared to MP. Along the storage time the MRs presented lower proteolysis and melting capacity in all
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Providing impetus, tools, and guidance to strengthen national capacity for antimicrobial stewardship in Viet Nam.

... infection prevention and control PPSs to identify problematic areas in infection control and HAIs, and establish priorities accordingly Inadequate laboratory capacity Strengthen laboratory capacity Each laboratory provided with computer, translated current susceptibility testing guidelines, external quality assurance, and surveillance database software doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.1001429.t001 Board ... Interventions must account for limited resources available in many regions with the highest resistance burdens. In response to this we launched the Viet Nam Resistance (VINARES) project, a capacity- building initiative designed to strengthen antimicrobial stewardship in Viet Nam. The framework of VINARES may be transfer- able to other settings, and emerging economies ... particular. Conception of VINARES In 2010 a situation analysis of antibiotic use and resistance in Viet Nam identified sub-optimal infection control, inadequate laboratory diagnostic capacity, and inappropriate antibiotic therapy as important drivers of bacterial resistance [7]. Parallels exist with the priorities in the WHO antimicrobial resistance policy
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CD30.R18: Operational capacity of the health services toward the goal of health for all by the year 2000

... COMMITTEE Washington D.C., 24 September – 1 October 1984 RESOLUTION CD30.R18 OPERATIONAL CAPACITY OF THE HEALTH SERVICES TOWARD THE GOAL OF HEALTH FOR ALL BY THE YEAR 2000 THE 30th DIRECTING COUNCIL, Having examined the Report on the Technical Discussions on increasing the operational capacity of the health services for the attainment of the goal of health for ... of Action for the implementation of regional strategies, approved by the XXVIII Meeting of the Directing Council,3 attach critical importance to strengthening the operational capacity of health services; Aware of the restricted economic conditions and the growing challenges to the Member Governments to provide quality services equitably to all the population; ... an exchange of views and promote the development of operating arrangements for effective technical cooperation among the countries of the Region for increasing the operational capacity of health services. Sept.–Oct. 1984 OD 197, 50
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Increasing the operational capacity of the health services for the attainment of the goal of health for all by the year 2000

... 1984 ORIGINAL: SPANISH INCREASING THE OPERATIONAL CAPACITY OF THE HEALTH SERVICES FOR THE ATTAINMENT OF THE GOAL OF HEALTH FOR ALL BY THE YEAR 2000 - CD30/DT/1 (Eng.) CONTENTS Page 1. 2. SUMMARY i INTRODUCTION 1 THE OPERATIONAL CAPACITY OF SERVICES AND HEALTH NEEDS 2 INFLUENCES ON THE OPERATING CAPACITY OF HEALTH SERVICES 7 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 3. STRATEGIES ... from its present crisis. Thus, for the operational capacity of the services to be increased, it is essential first and foremost to improve the political management of the problems involved. 3. STRATEGIES FOR INCREASING THE OPERATIONAL CAPACITY OF SERVICES There are some determinants of operational capacity, such as the work force, the technology, and ... factors considered as affecting operational capacity are overall development, population dynamics, the measures taken by government and the private sector, and the political process of resource allocation and the operation of services. The points considered with a view to strategies for increasing operational capacity are the potential of the work force,
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Malnutrition and mental capacity

... undernutrition during the preschool or school years modifies behavior and mental capacity. This problem is of extraordinary importance because almost 70 per cent of the world’s population now suffers from chronic undernutrition in varying degrees (IO). If it does significantly modify behavior and mental capacity, undernutrition could constitute one of the major obstacles ... MALNUTRITION AND MENTAL CAPACITY? ?? - Fernando MSnckeberg, M.D.2 The relationship mental development and chronic and primary school years is not clear. Recent studies suggest that although good nutrition may ... development. When studying groupsof low socioeconomic status and intellectual performance, as in slum areas,a significant relationship betweengrowth retardation and low intellectual capacity may be observed (Figure 1). A similar correlation may be seenbetweenanimal protein intake and intelligence quotient (Figure 2), so that those children consuming a smaller
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Assistance in the event of disaster exceeding the operation capacity of the affected country

... DISASTERS EXCEEDING THE OPERATING CAPACITY OF TilE AFFECTED COUNTRY (Eng.) executive committee o[ working party of 64th Meeting Washington, D.C. June-July 1970 i ,, Agenda n ........... ii Item 20 CE64/16 (Eng.) 29 June 1970 ORIGINAL : SPANISH ORGANIZATION OF REGIONAL ASSISTANCE IN THE EVENT OF DISASTERS THE OPERATING CAPACITY OF THE AFFECTED COUNTRY (Submitted by ... 30 ASSISTANCE IN THE EVENT THE AFFECTED COUNTRY CSP18/26 (Eng.) 3 September 1970 ORIGINAL : SPANISH OF DISASTERS (Item Proposed EXCEEDING THE OPERATING by the Government CAPACITY OF of Peru) During the 64th Meeting of the Executive Committee, the Representative of the Government of Peru introduced Document CE64/16, which deals in a general way ... difficult topography, medical care supplied by air transport had to be authorized. This situation gave rise to many medical care, housing, shelter, food, and transportation problems, which exceeded the capacity to provide emergency assistance of the Peruvian Government, which was faced with the urgent and imperative need to satisfy the requirements of more than 500,000 persons
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