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  • ... life and the physical environment influencing each other in often complex feedback loops extending over multiple different time scales. ...s biosphere, [[atmosphere]], oceans, and soil; the totality constituting a feedback or cybernetic system which seeks an optimal physical and chemical environme
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  • ==Positive feedback and runaway greenhouse effect== ... and if in the opposite direction it is a [[negative feedback]]. Sometimes feedback effects can be on the same cause as the forcing but it can also be via anot
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  • ...wide variety of civilian and commercial applications as well. They include search and rescue, emergency medical service, [[firefighting]], commercial aviatio ...d wing aircraft. Sikorsky is reported to have delayed his own helicopter research until suitable engines were commercially available. Improvements in [[fuel]
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  • ... system]], estradiol rather than testosterone serves as the most important feedback signal to the [[hypothalamus]]. In many [[mammal]]s, estradiol masculinizes ... from the hypothalamus. These pulses, in turn, are subject to [[estrogen]] feedback from the gonads.
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  • ... organs, proprioception is a third distinct sensory modality that provides feedback solely on the status of the body internally. It is the sense that indicates ...uscle sense," and this is credited with being one of the first physiologic feedback mechanisms. Bell's idea was that commands were being carried from the [[bra
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  • ...ism|Marxist]] solely from reading about the topic. He found that he had to search the dusty back shelves of libraries to find the socialist literature in whi ...d ''The Collective.'' He soon gave up the idea but his search for literary feedback put him in touch with the area's close-knit community of anti-Communist Rus
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  • ... [[persuasion]] and [[propaganda]] for the U.S. military. After the war, researchers became interested in a variety of social problems, including [[gender]] ...es to social psychology remain an important counterpart to psychological research in this area.
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  • Researchers in this field analyze states of [[happiness]], [[flow (psychology)|flow] ==Research==
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  • ...organisms and not just simpler, [[microorganism|unicellular]] creatures. Research and theory in this regard is a component of [[planetary science]] and the e ... not unique among [[star]]s in hosting planets and expanded habitability research horizon beyond our own solar system.
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  • ...Student Support in Open and Distance Learning] ''International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning'' 4(1) (2003). Retrieved August 22, 2018. </r ...r part-time study is possible, but most students choose part-time study. Research study is possible as well. Distance education is offered at all levels, but
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  • ...vid Grisman]] Garcia traveled the American countryside in the early 1960s, searching for their own ideal in the ''the high lonesome'' sound of [[bluegrass]] ...e out and interviewed everybody and took photographs and made it news. The feedback from that killed the whole scene. We could no longer sustain the tiny trick
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  • ...rdisciplinary perspectives in system theory (such as positive and negative feedback in the social sciences).
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  • ... an opportunity to advance his technical production skills, and to solicit feedback on his novel (which was later split into two books). In London he met a nov ...n overwhelm his identity and fortitude.<ref>Charles Nnolim, "The Artist in Search of The Right Leadership: Achebe As A Social Critic." In Ihekweazu, 1996, 17
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  • ...or archiving [[academic journal]]s, founded in 1995. It provides full-text searches of [[Digitizing|digitized]] back issues of several hundred well-known jou ...they would remain available for the long term. Online access and full-text search ability improved access dramatically.
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  • ... confirmed by finding several galaxies at a similar [[redshift]]. Infrared searches are more useful for finding more distant (higher redshift) clusters. ...bination of shock heating during accretion, radiative cooling, and thermal feedback triggered by that cooling. The [[density]], [[temperature]], and substructu
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  • * ''Assessment'' - Well structured assessment instruments with constructive feedback through reflection provide valuable information regarding the positive 'rec ...uctivism to Inform, Tertiary Chemistry Pedagogy." ''Chemistry Education: Research and Practice in Europe,'' vol. 2, pp. 215–226, 2001.</ref>
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  • ...ne that studies [[society]] and human social interaction. Sociological [[research]] ranges from the analysis of short [[social contact|contacts]] between ano Sociological research provides [[teacher|educator]]s, [[urban planning|planner]]s, [[lawmaker]]s,
    28 KB (3,845 words) - 15:46, 8 October 2015
  • ...ocial studies]], and [[moral psychology|moral development]]. Much of the research in this field is designed to address the desire of teachers to improve thei In a century of research since James, psychologists have offered a variety of applications of their
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  • ...quenced. The sequencing of the [[rice]] genome and a large international research community have made rice the de facto cereal/grass/monocot model. Another [ ...unction of plants and their cells and tissues. Examples of physiological research includes the study of [[photosynthesis|photosynthetic]] pathways in differe
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  • ...ersity of life. He was made a Fellow of the Royal Society, continued his research, and wrote a series of books on plants and animals, including humans in ''T The 14 species of [[finch]]es he researched in the [[Galapagos Islands|Galápagos Islands]] are affectionately named
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