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The nucleus of the forbidden blessing read: ' We bless this bread into the sacramental body and this wine into the sacramental blood of our Lord Jesus Christ ,' etc.
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nucleus and forbidden
Classically, it is forbidden to escape, but according to the ( then ) newly-discovered principles of quantum mechanics, it has a tiny ( but non-zero ) probability of " tunneling " through the barrier and appearing on the other side to escape the nucleus.
All " stable " isotopes ( stable by observation, not theory ) are the ground states of nuclei, with the exception of tantalum-180m, which is a nuclear isomer or excited state ( the ground state of this nucleus is radioactive with a very short half-life of 8 hours ); but the decay of the excited nuclear isomer is extremely strongly forbidden by spin-parity selection rules.
When in the extensive garden grounds he had a new building erected for a yeshiva ( a Torah -/ Talmud academy ) as the nucleus of a community campus which was also to accommodate a large new synagogue, he was forbidden to carry on.
nucleus and read
Gibbs has been read to require that ( 1 ) there must be a federal claim ( whether from the Constitution, federal statute, or treaty ) and ( 2 ) the non-federal claim arises " from a common nucleus of operative fact " such that a plaintiff " would ordinarily be expected to try them in one judicial proceeding.
nucleus and We
' We are inclined to the opinion that we can see the nucleus of an Order in the higher sense of tradition in the ' Black Corps ,' he wrote in Vita Italiana ( August 15, 1938 ).
nucleus and into
In 1909 Ernest Rutherford discovered that the positive half of atoms was tightly condensed into a nucleus,
Alpha decay is a type of radioactive decay in which an atomic nucleus emits an alpha particle ( two protons and two neutrons ) and thereby transforms ( or ' decays ') into an atom with a mass number 4 less and atomic number 2 less.
The nucleus breaks into several discrete chromatin bodies or nucleosomal units due to the degradation of DNA.
Later studies linked this phenomenon to the release of AIF ( apoptosis inducing factor ) from the mitochondria and its translocation into the nucleus mediated by its NLS ( nuclear localization signal ).
After a few divisions, the egg cell is placed into a uterus where it is allowed to develop into a fetus that is genetically identical to the donor of the original nucleus.
Some proteins that are made in the cytoplasm contain structural features that target them for transport into mitochondria or the nucleus.
The structure of chromatin during interphase is optimized to allow easy access of transcription and DNA repair factors to the DNA while compacting the DNA into the nucleus.
In cells with a nucleus ( eukaryotes ), the cell cycle can be divided in two periods: interphase — during which the cell grows, accumulating nutrients needed for mitosis and duplicating its DNA — and the mitosis ( M ) phase, during which the cell splits itself into two distinct cells, often called " daughter cells " and the final phase, cytokinesis, where the new cell is completely divided.
She was created using the technique of somatic cell nuclear transfer, where the cell nucleus from an adult cell is transferred into an unfertilised oocyte ( developing egg cell ) that has had its nucleus removed.
The production of Dolly showed that genes in the nucleus of such a mature differentiated somatic cell are still capable of reverting back to an embryonic totipotent state, creating a cell that can then go on to develop into any part of an animal.
This network is organized into lining similar to mesh called the nuclear lamina, which binds to chromatin, integral membrane proteins, and other nuclear components along the inner surface of the nucleus.
* In physics, nuclear fission is a process where a large atomic nucleus ( such as uranium ) is split into two smaller particles.
To do this artificially may require attaching the genes to a virus or just physically inserting the extra DNA into the nucleus of the intended host with a very small syringe, or with very small particles fired from a gene gun.
The combined hormone-receptor complex then moves across the nuclear membrane into the nucleus of the cell, where it binds to specific DNA sequences, effectively amplifying or suppressing the action of certain genes, and affecting protein synthesis.
The first stage of prophase I is the leptotene stage, also known as leptonema, from Greek words meaning " thin threads ". In this stage of prophase I, individual chromosomes — each consisting of two sister chromatids — change from the diffuse state they exist in during the cell's period of growth and gene expression, and condense into visible strands within the nucleus.
The 13 mitochondrial peptides in humans are integrated into the inner mitochondrial membrane, along with proteins encoded by genes that reside in the host cell's nucleus.
Not all proteins necessary for mitochondrial function are encoded by the mitochondrial genome ; most are coded by genes in the cell nucleus and the corresponding proteins are imported into the mitochondrion.
Mitosis is the process by which a eukaryotic cell separates the chromosomes in its cell nucleus into two identical sets, in two separate nuclei.
The stability of a nucleus is highest when it falls into a certain range or balance of composition of neutrons and protons ; too few or too many neutrons may cause it to decay.
nucleus and body
Writing in a large volume on the nude in painting and sculptures, titled The Nude: A Study In Ideal Form, Kenneth Clark declares: `` The human body, as a nucleus, is rich in associations.
These questions include how signals are processed by neurites – thin extensions from a neuronal cell body, consisting of dendrites ( specialized to receive synaptic inputs from other neurons ) and axons ( specialized to conduct nerve impulses called action potentials ) – and somas ( the cell bodies of the neurons containing the nucleus ), and how neurotransmitters and electrical signals are used to process information in a neuron.
However, in some traditional descriptions of certain languages, the syllable is considered left-branching, i. e. onset and nucleus group below a higher-level unit, called a " body " or " core ":
The putamen and globus pallidus are also collectively known as the lentiform nucleus, because together they form a lens-shaped body.
The connection can still be seen, first in the various early-branching single-celled eukaryotes that have a microtubule basal body, where microtubules on one end form a spindle-like cone around the nucleus, while microtubules on the other end point away from the cell and form the cilium.
Mikimoto did not know that government biologist Tokishi Nishikawa and a carpenter, Tatsuhei Mise, had each spent time in Australia and learned the secret to spherical pearl production from expatriate British marine biologist William Saville-Kent — inserting a piece of oyster epithelial membrane ( the lip of mantle tissue ) with a nucleus of shell or metal into an oyster's body or mantle causes the tissue to form a pearl sack.
The kinetoplast is found closely associated with the basal body at the base of the flagellum and all species of trypanosomatid have a single nucleus.
The flagellum exits the cell anterior of nucleus and is connected to the cell body for part of its length by an undulating membrane.
The evoked potential is generated in the cochlea, goes through the cochlear nerve, through the cochlear nucleus, superior olivary complex, lateral lemniscus, to the inferior colliculus in the midbrain, on to the medial geniculate body, and finally to the cortex.
The images also showed the nucleus to be dark, and the infrared spectrometer readings measured a nucleus temperature of 300 K to 400 K, much warmer than expected for an ice body.
A comet may be described as a body, in reference to the frozen nucleus of ice and dust, or as an object, when describing the nucleus with its diffuse coma and tail.
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The spinal counterparts of the trigeminal nucleus ( cells in the dorsal horn and dorsal column nuclei of the spinal cord ) contain a complete sensory map of the rest of the body.
The main nucleus is analogous to the dorsal column nuclei ( the gracile and cuneate nuclei ) of the spinal cord, which contain a touch / position map of the rest of the body.
Touch / position information from the body is sent to the ventral posterolateral nucleus ( VPL ) of the thalamus.
* Solitary nucleus: Taste from the posterior one-third of the tongue and information from carotid baroreceptors and carotid body chemoreceptors
The idea that protoplasm is divisible into a ground substance called " cytoplasm " and a structural body called the cell nucleus reflects the more primitive knowledge of cell structure that preceded the development of electron microscopy, when it seemed that cytoplasm was a homogeneous fluid and the existence of most sub-cellular compartments, or how cells maintain their shape, was unknown.
The college contains the Research School of Physics and Engineering, a body which focuses primarily on research into materials science and engineering ; lasers, nonlinear optics and photonics ; nanotechnology and mesoscopic physics ; physics of atoms, molecules and the nucleus ; plasma physics and surface science ; physics and the environment.