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Emerging Frontiers

Author: Marie Brinkman
Publisher: Paulist Press
ISBN: 9780809145409
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Founded in Indian Territory in 1858, the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth met, a century later, challenges of a new frontier in the church's call to adapt to modern circumstances and in their own awareness of deepening social and ecclesial needs. For three decades, sisters struggled with conditions that threatened unity: issues of governance, demands of professional training, diverse backgrounds, differing experience of communal life, developing theology of religious vows. Diminishing numbers coupled with need for leadership led to new institutional roles and new forms of ministry. Emerging Frontiers records the struggle and its outcome. A common past and determination to stay together marked the long search for a renewed common vision. A new century brought re-dedication to a Vincentian heritage and far-flung partnerships in the mission given by Jesus Christ to his people. Commitment to those in need, especially women and children; fidelity to the church; faithful relationship with those of means and good will, and with the earth; transition to sponsorship of institutional ministries, many now administered by lay women and men; solidarity with all who stand for justice and peace: this was the resolution of a renewed Community whose story is told here.

Olefin Polymerization

Author: Palanisamy Arjunan
Publisher: Amer Chemical Society
ISBN: 9780841236141
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Annotation A dozen papers from a symposium held in Dallas, Texas in March and April 1998. Researchers from academic and industrial sectors look at diverse aspects of a polymer that was one of the last types to be commercialized but is now the most widely used worldwide. Covering both scientific and technological areas, they report on recent developments in catalysis, polymerization, polymer design, and characterization. The specific topics include siloxy-substituted group IV metallocene catalysts, random copolymerization of propylene and styrene with homogeneous monocyclopentadienyltitanium- methylaluminoxanes catalyst, advantaged polyethylene product design, and determining trimethylaluminum and characterizing methylaluminoxanes using proton nuclear magnetic resonance imaging.

Emerging Frontiers Of Urban Settlement Geography

Author: Sant Bahadur Singh
Publisher: M.D. Publications Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN: 9788185880839
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Urban Settlement Geography has been consistently growing as a systematic branch of Geographical knowledge. Its scope and subject matter has been broadened, its analytical focus has been realigned and its analytical tools have been refined. The Book focusses upon multifaceted themes with regard to meaning and scope of Urban settlement Geography, spatial characteristics of urban settlements, classification, morphology urban transportation, periodic markets, urban transportation development policy and the urban Environmental problems.

The Extended Specimen

Author: Michael S. Webster
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1351646788
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The Extended Specimen highlights the research potential for ornithological specimens, and is meant to encourage ornithologists poised to initiate a renaissance in collections-based ornithological research. Contributors illustrate how collections and specimens are used in novel ways by adopting emerging new technologies and analytical techniques. Case studies use museum specimens and emerging and non-traditional types of specimens, which are developing new methods for making biological collections more accessible and "usable" for ornithological researchers. Thus, book documents the power of ornithological collections to address key research questions of global importance.

Gamete Biology

Author: Society for Reproduction and Fertility. International Congress
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ISBN: 9781904761433
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This comprehensive reference discusses the recent and impressive progress that science has made concerning our understanding of the developmental processes involved in various species’ formation of the spermatozoa and egg and the cellular and molecular basis of the sperm-egg interaction leading to fertilization.

Gamete Biology

Author: S. K. Gupta
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ISBN: 9781904761433
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In recent years, an impressive progress has been made in our understanding of the developmental processes involved in the formation of the spermatozoa and egg in various species. Interestingly, using stem cell biology, researchers have created both male and female gametes from totipotent cells. Further, progress has been made in our understanding of cellular and molecular basis of the sperm-egg interaction leading to fertilization.