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  • Protein Structure Essay

    PROTEIN STRUCTURE Proteins are polymers which is set up by 19 different α-amino acids and one imino acid (Proline) linked by amida bond or peptide bond. A protein usually contain amino acid residues, covalently linked, which spontaneously form a three-dimensional structure, based on the self-recognition of its respective sequence. Covalent bonds (peptide and disulfide), hydrogen bonds, electrostatic interactions, hydrophobic interactions, and weak, nonspecific attractive and repulsive forces are kind of physical forces which related to protein structure. The component of amino acid may be distinguished based on chemical nature of side chain group at the α-carbon atom. The side chain group determine the physicochemical properties, such as solubility, charge and chemical reactivity. Aliphatic (Ala, Ile, Lue, Met, Pro, and Val) and aromatic (Phe, Trp, and Tyr) side chain are nonpolar. Thereby, it is cause less soluble in the water. In contrast to amino acid with charges (Arg, Lys, his, Glu, and Asp) and un-charge (Ser, Thr, Asn, gln, and Cys) side chains which are more soluble in the water. The relative number of basic (Arg, lys, and His) and acidic (Glu and Asp) amino acid residue in the protein may determine the net charge of a protein at any pH.…

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  • Structural Approach To Family Therapy Analysis

    A structural approach to family therapy involves looking at the pattern of family dynamics focused on the components that make up the family. These are the structure, the subsystems, and the boundaries within that family (Nichols, 2013). A family is always dynamic, always growing and changing, and interactions mark the ways in which a family deals with these changes. Problems in families can generally be traced back to problems in the hierarchal structure within families, according to this view.…

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  • Descriptive Essay On Stonehenge

    England. The mysterious structure on why it was built and how it was built with those large rocks. Research say their is many reason why the Stonehenge is built. One of the main purpose I heard is the rocks where structure in that circular format in that particular way; it was to capture the sun and people will know what time it is in hour, day, month and season by the shadow the sun creates.The Stonehenge served as a calendar. Other say it was for religious purpose to heal others and other say…

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  • The Importance Of Knowledge In Global Organizations And Management

    This entry culminates a set of posts regarding the vast knowledge we have acquired in global organizations and management. Since the beginning of this course we have been able to learn about several organizations and their different ups and downs in order to achieve a global expansion. It is truly a journey for each organization to understand what can truly help themselves to achieve such objective. Across many cases we have learned about many events that have taken place in each organization…

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  • Structural Dimension Of Public Management

    Public Management: A Three-Dimensional Approach, Laurence Lynn and Carolyn Hill (2009) have gone deep into the understanding of the structural dimension of public management. The most prominent topics in relation to the focus of the book that have been discussed in this chapter include the section of defining the concept of structure. There is also a topic on evolution of the structural perspective that focuses on the historical orientation of the structural dimension in relation to public…

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  • Type Of Archetype In Organization

    This type of organization is very bureaucratic. The major difference between this type of archetype and the machine bureaucracy archetype is that professional bureaucracy organizations depend on professionals who are highly trained and who demand control of their own work. The Professional bureaucracy archetype is found in organizations such as the hospital industry, law firms and universities. These organizations are very complex and contain a lot of regulations and procedures, which results…

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  • Structure And Culture To Achieve Job Performance And Satisfaction Case Study

    Structure and Culture to Achieve Job Performance and Satisfaction When a person is looking to make a change in employment, they look at where their expertise or domain of knowledge can be utilized while gaining to better himself or herself. In that quest, I believe that there are two key deciding factors, how a prospective company is structured and the manner in which the employees interact and perform their work together. When these two factors are satisfied, then the employee will…

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  • The Spread Of Culture Around The World

    through acknowledging their culture, all aspects of culture. They learn about their country’s culture and the architectural styles used in the famous buildings and monuments in their country. Education received in their own country affects how architects thinks about building a physical structure, the structure will have a representation of their culture through different variations, maybe a building or spiritual place. Architects will use their knowledge of designing and building a structure in…

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  • Energy Absorption In Lattice Structures In Dynamics Case Study

    “Explain how the work of [Energy absorption in lattice structures in dynamics ] has enhanced our understanding of Structural Engineering with respect to the work that preceded it, and how this research should be developed further in the future.” Nowadays, cellular materials are well-known in the world, however, the relationship between dynamic load and the deformation of the lattice structure is less well-studied. Actually, lattice structures can help engineer to produce macro-scale material…

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  • Compare And Contrast House And Farnsworth House

    In both the Eames and Farnsworth houses, their forms are a direct result of the function of the structures. As well, they are both built with repetitive conditions and similar materials. Dissimilarly, they relate to their surroundings in different ways, and though Mies and the Eames’ built their houses using similar materials, the way in which they used the materials in their structures differs. And tectonics and material expression prove to still be relevant in Be Baumschlager Eberle’s…

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