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Physiology of Contraction

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Physiology of Contraction

Contraction of myocytes begins with electrical depolarization of the sarcolemma, resulting in an influx of calcium into the cell through channels in the T tubules 5). This initial calcium entry stimulates the rapid release of large amounts of calcium from the sarcoplasmic reticulum into the cell cytosol. The calcium then binds to the calcium-binding troponin…

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Interest Groups !

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Interest Groups !

The literature of political science abounds in terms that denote an aggregate of individuals interest group, social or political movement, pressure group, organized interest, pany and so on. Some of these terms are used almost interchangeably, others have a very specific meaning. An interest is a desive for, or concern over, either an abstract or…

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Reading Comprehension Questions!

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Reading Comprehension Questions!

Students answer questions in the target language based on their understanding of the reading passage. Often the questions are sequenced so that the first group of questions asks for information contained within the reading passage. In order to answer the second group of questions, students will have to make inferences based on their understanding of…

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Limited Companies!

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Limited Companies!

When a limited company is formed, it have become is said to’incorporated’, ie endowed with a separate body, or person. The corporation so formed is treated in English law as a separate entity, independent of its members. The corporation, or company as it is generally called, is capable of owing property employing people, making contract,…

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CLEMENTINA !

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CLEMENTINA !

In Rome she slept on straw and washed in a bucket, but the streets were spectacle, although she had to work such hours that she was not often able walk city. The baron promised to pay her twelve thousand lire a month, but he paid her nothing at the end of the first month and…

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MISS BRILL !

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MISS BRILL !

Although it was so brilliantly fine the blue sky powdered with gold and great spots of light like white wine splashed over the Jardins Publigues Miss Brill was glad that had decided on her fur.(The air was motionless, but when you opened your mouth there was just a faint chill, like a chill from a…

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The Sasanians !

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The Sasanians !

Legend has it that the ancestor of this dynasty was Sasan, an official attached to the shrine of Anahita at Istakhr and a descendent of the Achaemenids, who had some association with a certain Papak. About 260 AD. Shapur I(who did not designate himself by the numeral) had three almost identical inscriptions in three languages…

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The Arab Conquest of Iran !

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The Arab Conquest of Iran !

early in the seventh century Khusraw II captured Damascus and Jerusalem and advanced to the very gates of Constantinople. Then the tide turned nd the Byzantine Emperor Heraclius moved across Mesopotamia as far as tesiphon. At last Iran and Byzantium signed a peace of sheer exhaustion. ust then came the Arabs, overrunning Iran and bringing…

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Cyrus II the Great !

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Cyrus II the Great !

The Lord stirred up the spirit of Cyrus, King of Persia, that he made a proclamation throughout all his kingdom, and put also in writing , saying. Cyrus II was the son of the The old Tomanent EZRA(.12) and of the Medean vassal, Cambyses t, already ascended daughter of the Medean king Astyages. Shortly after…

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The Early Conquests and the Unirication of the Medes and Persians !

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The Early Conquests and the Unirication of the Medes and Persians !

Long before, waves of migrant people wed from somewhere in central Asia(Probably the Russian steppes) to what is now western Asia and Europe. They spoke a common language, broken into many dialects, that became known as Aryan. (The word Aryan, coming from the ancient Indian language Sanskrit, meant a man of good or noble family.)…

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