A voluminous literature is available on the comparative anatomical and histological aspects of various organs of a number of species of bats from different parts of the world. The present book deals with the structural organization including study of both; the anatomy as well as histology of a single species of bat. It is a type study of an insectivorous Leaf-nosed bat Hipposideros speoris (Scneider,1800), which is widely distributed in the Indian sub continent. The presentation of the subject is made simple, but without omitting the minute details of the critical studies of various organs of each and every system of the body. The line drawings and microphotographs are self explanatory. Special mention of the scale bar, staining technique followed and expert comments for each plate provide a complete perception of the subject. This book may prove to be a ready reference for the biologists in general and the researchers interested in various fields of study pertaining to bats
A plant is a natural hierarchical structure, which exhibits remarkable mechanical properties. The macro (scale) mechanical properties of a plant are the cumulative outcome of the structural properties of its preceding level of structural hierarchy. To develop engineering structures inspired by a plant and its organs, a comprehensive characterization of its mechanical properties exhibited at multiple hierarchical orders is essential. This work presents a set of theoretical and computational models at various orders of the structural hierarchy to capture the overall structural properties of a plant petiole. The modeling method is framed within a multiscale mechanics framework, which is essential for any structure displaying hierarchical orders of organization. The macro structural properties, i.e. flexural and torsional stiffness, of a plant petiole are obtained by correlating cell wall construction, tissue microstructure, and structural shape morphology.
Kaufmann Bibliotheca Anatomica – ?structural? And Functional Organization Of The Placenta
Establishing a solid competitive edge of any organization requires not only individual training of employees, but their constant and continuous development within any group or organization through formation, exchange and application of knowledge and skills. Establishing an HR development system that may successfully implement that idea seems a big challenge, but the system activity assessment is a greater one. Based on the results of the PH.D. research, this monograph examines the HRD system activity through the perspective of the structural- functional approach. Development and integration of structural-functional interactions within any organization (primarily, through realization of relevant training interventions) will make the system structurally mature and enable to implement its educational elements. In this case the HR development''s function becomes the most crucial for the organizational development, which makes it possible to speak of effectiveness of the HRD system. The present research may be of immediate interest to students, scholars and practitioners majoring in HR Management and HR Development.
Durbar Mahila Samanwaya Committee (DMSC), the first ever sex workers organization, came into being in India 1992 as a result of a large scale public health intervention among the brothel based sex workers in Sonagachi red light district in Kolkata, India. The organization later owned and now is running the largest HIV intervention program in the country. While scaling up the program, it turned the bio-medical intervention into a community led structural intervention where community ownership and community empowerment were key factors for the success of HIV intervention among the most stigmatized and marginalized communities which were adopted by UN agencies in its policy for HIV intervention in the country.
Currently, many rivers and urban context of privacy instead of is used as a pleasant urban space, are considered as a waste space, unusable, unsafe, abandoned and urban residues. On the other hand, urban paths and rivers within the city as one of the structural elements of the city and the city's natural resources and ecological corridors play a major role. One of the natural spaces that are considered municipal authorities in various cities around the world to create an urban green spaces, are rivers and valleys. This study is based on a complete understanding and analysis of the design space and providing practical suggestions for improving it provide a valuable place for residents and tourists visiting and in this way also means a place of deep understanding of the profound impact that has on people's minds and reminding memories to citizens and creating a favorable sensory in the minds of tourists and travelers, Improve readability and vitality inherent space and consequently the desired effect through a series of linked city to express.
The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere – An Inquiry into a Category of Bourgeois Society
The role of the transcendental leader is needed to assist in achieving the workers happiness and satisfaction with their jobs and in the same time helping the organization to achieve business objectives and allow the employees to flourish within the organization. The main objective of this study is to analyze the role of transcendental leadership to achieve organization performance using workers job satisfaction as mediating variable. All the data is statistically analyzed using the Structural Equation Method model. Findings of this research indicate that there’s a positive effect between transcendental leadership; workers job satisfaction and organization performance; in which workers job satisfaction has the greatest effect into organization performance, meanwhile the transcendental leadership doesn’t have significant effect directly into organization performance. The future research should consider the importance role of the leader for organization performance by setting-up core value within organization. This study is the first, to the researcher’s knowledge, to see the effect of all dimensions of transcendental leadership into workers job satisfaction.
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Structural Change and Growth i nCapitalism. A Set of Hypotheses.
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Ever wondered, how it feel likes to be sitting on a giant ferris wheel which is 90 m high, 126 m wide and spinning at a speed of 80 m/s: fearsome, thrilling, exciting? Now imagine this happening for 20 long years; what then? The book is written exactly to narrate those feelings, only in a subtle "Engineer's" way. It deals with a composite blade for a wind turbine and its journey of life where impetus is given on its structural strength and robustness in terms of fatigue life.
Book DescriptionORGANIZATION STRUCTURES: Theory and Design, Analysis and Prescription describes how to organize people to achieve a desired outcome. This is done by way of establishing sets of rules from "real world" organizationcontexts. Moreover, the development of these rules within "real world" contexts means that the rules must be true, general, operational, technically sound, and easy to use. With an understanding of rules and the processes of their use, organization structures can be identified, which in turn form the basis of a theoretical framework. From this theoretical framework, generalized design rules are identified that can be used to design structures with specific purposes. An efficient design of organization structure(s) will result when design rules—along with their use—are inextricably tied to the structural components and with what these structures propose to do. The book discusses, examines, and demonstrates the interrelationship of the design rules, their use within organization structures theoretically and along with their practical implications. Throughout the book an extended example of the Masters Brewing Corporation (MBC) is used to illustrate the conceptual material and to make the implications of the organizational analysis explicitly concrete.
Telling the American Story – A Structural and Cultural Analysis of Conversational Storytelling