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HONDA ODYSSEY (2007-2010) - Pro.Fit International

082509-00 HONDA ODYSSEY (2007-2010) PART NUMBER: IF-71-03-G3 Page 14 PLEASE READ COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE INSTALLING THIS Pro.Fit VSM-G3. All instructions assume a drivers seat vantage point. Caution is advised when removing and reassembling wood or plastic parts of a dash. Applying unnecessary force or pressure may cause a piece to crack or break. TOOLS REQUIRED: DTRT (Dash Trim Removal Tool), 5/64" drill bit & drill, duct tape, 6" phillips screw driver bit will extension driver, utility knife or dremel tool. PARTS INCLUDED: VSM-G3, two (2) #8 x 5/8" screws, instructions. LOCATION: Right side of Radio/CD Changer pod. Begin by removing trim panel that surrounds the shifter and climate control. Set emergency brake and move shifter into neutral. Using the DTRT (dash trim removal tool) begin by inserting at the passenger end, work clockwise around trim panel, carefully twist to release all clips. Unplug wires and set aside. Remove the Radio/CD Changer pod. Remove three (3) phillips screws. Two are in front and one is underneath and deep. This will require a long extension to access. Place a protective cloth down, gently pull the radio out. Do not disconnect wires. With great care - use a utility knife or dremel to remove the lower half of the rib on the back right side of radio bezel (as marked). Position VSM-G3 on the right side of radio cavity as shown. Tape in place. Drill starter holes, then attach with the two (2) screws provided. Carefully reassemble in reverse order. Attach your phone holder or electronics to the A Plate and attach to the VSM-G3 ball. The J Stem is optional for repositioning your electronics to your liking. This completes the installation of your Pro.Fit VSM-G3...

Prescripciones y la cartera de impuestos incobrable.PDF - PQR ...

INFORME EJECUTIVO DE AUDITORÍA ABREVIADA “LAS PRESCRIPCIONES Y LA CARTERA DE IMPUESTOS INCOBRABLE EN JULIO 15 DE 2011” SECRETARÍA DISTRITAL DE HACIENDA – DIRECCIÓN DISTRITAL DE IMPUESTOS DE BOGOTÁ - DIRECCIÓN SECTOR HACIENDA, DESARROLLO ECONÓMICO, INDUSTRIA Y TURISMO AUDITORÍA ABREVIADA A LA SECRETARÍA DISTRITAL DE HACIENDA – DIRECCIÓN DISTRITAL DE IMPUESTOS DE BOGOTÁ - CONTENIDO INTRODUCCIÓN ............................................................................................... 7 RESULTADOS DE LA AUDITORIA ............................................................ 10 CON LA PROMULGACIÓN DE LA LEY 1430 DE 2010 Y LA ADOPCIÓN A PARTIR DEL ACUERDO 469 DEL 23 DE FEBRERO DE 2011, ESTABLECE COMO ESTIMULO TRIBUTARIO: “LA REDUCCIÓN DEL CINCUENTA (50%) DEL TOTAL DE LOS INTERESES MORATORIOS Y LAS SANCIONES DE IMPUESTOS VIGENTES EN EL 2008 Y AÑOS ANTERIORES, PARA LOS QUE PAGUEN LAS DEUDAS ANTES DEL 29 DE JUNIO DE 2011”, EL RECAUDO DEL IMPUESTO PREDIAL Y DE VEHÍCULOS SUPERA EN JULIO DE 2011, EN EL 13% LA META ESTABLECIDA PARA DICIEMBRE DEL 2011 .................. 10 2.2 HABIENDO TERMINADO EL 29 DE JUNIO DE 2011 “EL BENEFICIO TRIBUTARIO” Y VENCIDO EL ÚLTIMO PLAZO PARA PAGO SIN SANCIÓN DEL IMPUESTO PREDIAL (1 DE JULIO DE 2001) Y DE VEHÍCULOS (17 DE JUNIO 2011), LA CONTRALORÍA DE BOGOTÁ ADVIERTE QUE LA CARTERA DE LOS CONTRIBUYENTES QUE SE ENCUENTRAN EN MORA EN EL PAGO DE LOS TRIBUTOS DISTRITALES, ASCIENDE EN JULIO 15 DE 2011 A MAS DE $2 BILLONES, DE LOS CUALES: EL 27% ES DECIR, $541.015 MILLONES, CORRESPONDEN A CARTERA DE OBLIGACIONES DE LAS CUALES PRESCRIBIÓ LA ACCION DE COBRO Y POR LO TANTO SE CONSTITUYE EN CARTERA NO COBRABLE, LO QUE DERIVA EN UN PRESUNTO DAÑO AL PATRIMONIO PÚBLICO. .......................................................................................... 12 2.2.1 VEAMOS EL COMPORTAMIENTO DE LA CARTERA QUE DE MANERA PARTICULAR Y NO GENERAL, MIDE LA EFICIENCIA Y EFICACIA DE LA GESTIÓN DE LA DIRECCIÓN DE IMPUESTOS DE BOGOTÁ (DIB), EN LA ADMINISTRACIÒN DEL RECAUDO DE LOS IMPUESTOS DISTRITALES. ............................................................................... 14 2.2.1.1 POR LA GESTIÓN INADECUADA DE LA DIRECCIÓN DE IMPUESTOS DE BOGOTÁ (DIB), HAN PRESCRITO $301.794 MILLONES DEL IMPUESTO PREDIAL” ................................................................................ 15 2.2.1.2 POR GESTIÓN INADECUADA DE LA DIRECCIÓN DE IMPUESTOS DE BOGOTÁ (DIB), HAN PRESCRITO $161.903 MILLONES DEL IMPUESTO DE INDUSTRIA Y COMERCIO-ICA .................................... 16 2.2.1.3 POR GESTIÓN INADECUADA DE LA DIRECCIÓN DE IMPUESTOS DE BOGOTÁ (DIB), HAN PRESCRITO $50.890 MILLONES DEL IMPUESTO DE VEHÍCULOS AUTOMOTORES ..................................... 17 ...

TURTLE FRIENDLY BEACH DESIGN Florida's sandy beaches ...

TURTLE FRIENDLY BEACH DESIGN Florida’s sandy beaches support the highest density of loggerhead turtle nests in the western hemisphere, regionally significant numbers of green turtle nests, and regular nesting by leatherbacks. Maintaining the quality of these beaches as nesting habitat is critical to the national recovery plans for all three species. Yet, Florida’s beaches are under constant threat of erosion. As of June 2010, 398.6 miles of shoreline had been identified by the State as “critically eroded.” That represents approximately 48% of the State’s 825 miles of shoreline. The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) is charged with developing and maintaining a comprehensive long- term management plan for the restoration of these critically eroded beaches, 218.4 miles (55%) of which are presently under management. This means that sand is being placed within the beach/dune system on a regularly scheduled basis on one quarter of all sandy beaches in the State to compensate for losses to erosion. Along the central and southeast coast of Florida where the vast majority of nesting occurs, that number is even higher (more than one third of all beaches are managed). These numbers can only be expected to increase, as sea level rise and unrelenting coastal development place the State’s sandy shoreline, a resource vital to Florida’s tourist-based economy, in a virtual vice grip. Beach restoration and nourishment have been used increasingly in Florida as a method for combating the erosive impact of inlets and storms and maintaining the social and economic values of sandy beaches. This approach has also been touted as a means of increasing the quantity of sea turtle nesting habitat. Although national recovery plans for sea turtles acknowledge that “beach nourishment can improve nesting habitat in areas of severe erosion and is a preferred alternative to beach armoring,” the simple creation of potential nesting habitat through the mechanical placement of sand on the beach does not necessarily confer an increase in nesting. In fact, nest densities have often exhibited an inverse relationship with beach width on both natural and nourished beaches. Although beach nourishment results in more sand on the beach, the way in which the beach is built and shaped can have profound effects on the quality of nesting habitat. A reduction in nesting success (percentage of all turtle emergences onto the beach that result in nests) is typically documented on nourished beaches the first one to two nesting seasons following construction. Some of this reduction results from the increased incidence of escarpments (scarps), which form as the beach equilibrates from a wide, flat profile to a more naturally sloping profile under the influence of waves and tides. Scarps can prevent turtles from accessing otherwise suitable nesting habitat further landward. Repeated encounters with scarps may cause turtles to place their nests in more seaward locations where they are more prone to tidal inundation or being washed out all-together. Nests constructed prior to scarp formation are at risk of being destroyed as sand collapses during profile equilibration. Even in the absence of scarps, nesting success is typically diminished on newly constructed beaches, indicating that beach shape/profile may influence a turtle’s decision to nest. Regardless of cause, reduced nesting success is likely to place an increased energy burden on sea turtles, as they have to emerge more often to produce a nest, likely resulting in reduced reproductive output (i.e. fewer eggs produced) for the season...

i827 Galaxy Appeal User Manual - static.highspeedb...

M O B I L E P H O N E User Manual Please read this manual before operating your phone, and keep it for future reference. Intellectual Property All Intellectual Property, as defined below, owned by or which is otherwise the property of Samsung or its respective suppliers relating to the SAMSUNG Phone, including but not limited to, accessories, parts, or software relating there to (the “Phone System”), is proprietary to Samsung and protected under federal laws, state laws, and international treaty provisions. Intellectual Property includes, but is not limited to, inventions (patentable or unpatentable), patents, trade secrets, copyrights, software, computer programs, and related documentation and other works of authorship. You may not infringe or otherwise violate the rights secured by the Intellectual Property. Moreover, you agree that you will not (and will not attempt to) modify, prepare derivative works of, reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble, or otherwise attempt to create source code from the software. No title to or ownership in the Intellectual Property is transferred to you. All applicable rights of the Intellectual Property shall remain with SAMSUNG and its suppliers. Open Source Software Some software components of this product incorporate source code covered under GNU General Public License (GPL), GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL), OpenSSL License, BSD License and other open source licenses. To obtain The Bluetooth® word mark, figure mark (stylized “B Design”), and combination mark (Bluetooth word mark and “B Design”) are registered trademarks and are wholly owned by the Bluetooth SIG. microSD™ and the microSD logo are Trademarks of the SD Card Association. Openwave® is a registered Trademark of Openwave, Inc. Google, the Google logo, Android, the Android logo, Android Market, Gmail, Google Mail, Google Maps, Google Music, Google Talk, Google Play, Picasa, YouTube and other marks are trademarks of Google Inc. Wi-Fi is a registered trademark of the Wireless Fidelity Alliance, Inc. Swype and the Swype logos are trademarks of Swype, Inc. © 2010 Swype, Inc. All rights reserved. and are trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc. CS Headphone and WOW HD technologies are incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Inc...

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Tomato Fruit Improving Quality Reducing or eliminating fruit physiological disorders with correct root zone management. In the fifth of six articles for Practical Hydroponics & Greenhouses, Grodan® Crop Consultant ANDREW LEE describes the processes and reasons why at certain times of the year tomato crops are more susceptible to a number of fruit quality disorders. When is fruit most susceptible to quality issues? Fruit are most susceptible to quality disorders of various kinds when the 24-hour temperature is high (>23°C), when the weather conditions fluctuate day to day or in periods of dark, humid weather. During these times stresses on the crop and fruit development from environmental influences, temperature, humidity, differences in water uptake and light levels are at their highest. For these reasons it is important to understand how the outside climate influences crop water use, a subject discussed in (PH&G, issue Jul-Aug 2009). It is also why it is important to understand the basics of substrate functionality and why Grodan substrates are designed to provide growers the opportunity to stabilise, refresh or change EC and WC levels according to the prevailing weather conditions (PH&G, issue Nov-Dec 2009). It is also the reason why it is important to have a plan, which meets both marketing (size and quality) and production (kg/m2) goals. The plan, based on four key pillars, namely strategy, uniformity, strength and balance (PH&G, issue Jan-Feb 2010), should be robust enough to cope with extreme temperatures and facilitate strong and regular growth even in the darkest periods of the year. Finally, it is about getting the most out of systems such as the climate computer and measuring tools to provide you with the necessary management information in order to steer to the plan on a daily basis. In the last article (PH&G, issue Mar-Apr 2010) I described how to optimise the start and stop times of irrigation, making reference to their impact on fruit quality in relation to changing weather conditions and how to stabilise and steer substrate EC. I will now describe the benefits that this knowledge can provide and how it can be used to improve the financial returns to the company. Specifically, this article will address two of the most common fruit physiological disorders of tomato, namely blossom end rot (BER) and uneven colour (blotchy ripening). Furthermore, I will mention additional tips, which, used in combination with substrate management, can help alleviate these problems...

Comparison of pound cake baked in a two cycle ... - ResearchGate

LWT - Food Science and Technology 46 (2012) 356e362 Contents lists available at SciVerse ScienceDirect The industrial and domestic use of microwaves has increased considerably over the past few decades.New researches about the interaction of different ingredients with microwave energy, has provided insight that is helping to improve the quality of microwave-baked products. The aim of this work was to determine the best potency and baking time conditions for pound cake and apply the image analysis methodology to analyze the structure of pound cake baked in a two cycle microwave-toaster oven compared with a conventionally baked. Weight loss, density, water activity, moisture, luminosity and seven parameters of Image Analysis were measured as baking quality parameters. Optimal baking conditions for the two-cycle microwave-toaster oven were obtained using surface response analysis. The best baking conditions resulted in a low power for the first cycle (204 W for 120 s), a high power for the second cycle (937 W for 70 s), and a toasting time of 5:30 min at 200 C. Image analysis showed a 7% reduction in the crumb cell number of the cake baked with microwaves as compared to the conventional. The two cycle microwave-toaster oven generated a product with a higher volume (11%) and higher luminosity (2%) than the conventional process. Both of them were equally preferred by consumers, scoring 4.6 (I like very much) in a hedonic sensory test. Ó 2011 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. In bread baking process water, enzyme activity, starch, protein properties and heat are the main factors that determine bread quality. The bread texture is related to geometric and mechanical properties, which heavily depend on its cellular structure (Tan, Zhang, & Gao, 1997). Due to the difficulty of describing bread crumb grain, baking technologists have normally only manually categorized experimental samples. Lately, with the rapid development of imageprocessing technology, several research groups have investigated the feasibility of adapting digital image analysis for crumb grain analysis (Gonzales & Butler, 2006). The use of large-scale microwave processes is increasing. Recent improvements in the design of high-powered microwave ovens, reduced equipment manufacturing costs and electrical energy costs, offer a significant potential for developing new and improved industrial microwave processes (Vadivambal & Jayas, 2007). Nowadays industrial microwave dryers could be commercially viable for drying process in which short drying time and higher product yield is required. Also, food industries dealing with products that are susceptible to case hardening may consider microwave drying to be a good alternative in quality enhancement. Thus, there is a large market for microwave processed foods and one of the potentially important growth areas is microwave-baked products, however the improvement of quality of these microwavebaked products remains as the major task for researchers (Chavan & Chavan, 2010). Two cycle microwave-toaster oven is a new technology that combines time saving of microwave heating and browning and crisping advantages of electric toaster...

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Acer Aspire Series: 5735, 5920 Acer Ferrari 1000 Series: 1200 ...

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Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells: Past, Present ... - Fibrocell Science

Cell Stem Cell The development of iPSCs reflected the merging of three major scientific streams and has in turn led to additional new branches of investigation. However, there is still debate about whether iPSCs are functionally equivalent to ESCs. This question should be answered only by science, not by politics or business. Introduction In 2006, we showed that stem cells with properties similar to ESCs could be generated from mouse fibroblasts by simultaneously introducing four genes (Takahashi and Yamanaka, 2006). We designated these cells iPSCs. In 2007, we reported that a similar approach was applicable for human fibroblasts and that by introducing a handful of factors, human iPSCs can be generated (Takahashi et al., 2007). On the same day, James Thomson’s group also reported the generation of human iPSC using a different combination of factors (Yu et al., 2007). The Merging of Three Scientific Streams Led to the Production of iPSCs Like any other scientific advance, iPSC technology was established on the basis of numerous findings by past and current scientists in related fields. There were three major streams of research that led us to the production of iPSCs (Figure 1). The first stream was reprogramming by nuclear transfer. In 1962, John Gurdon reported that his laboratory had generated tadpoles from unfertilized eggs that had received a nucleus from the intestinal cells of adult frogs (Gurdon, 1962). More than three decades later, Ian Wilmut and colleagues reported the birth of Dolly, the first mammal generated by somatic cloning of mammary epithelial cells (Wilmut et al., 1997). These successes in somatic cloning demonstrated that even differentiated cells contain all of the genetic information that is required for the development of entire organisms, and that oocytes contain factors that can reprogram somatic cell nuclei. In 2001, Takashi Tada’s group showed that ESCs also contain factors that can reprogram somatic cells (Tada et al., 2001). The second stream was the discovery of ‘‘master’’ transcription factors. In 1987, a Drosophila transcription factor, Antennapedia, was shown to induce the formation of legs instead of antennae when ectopically expressed (Schneuwly et al., 1987). In the same year, a mammalian transcription factor, MyoD, was shown to convert fibroblasts into myocytes (Davis et al., 1987). These results led to the concept of a ‘‘master regulator,’’ a transcription factor that determines and induces the fate of a given lineage. Many researchers began to search for single master regulators for various lineages. The attempts failed, with a few exceptions (Yamanaka and Blau, 2010). The third, and equally important, stream of research is that involving ESCs...

tata tertip akademik unram - Universitas Mataram

Keputusan Rektor Universitas Mataram Nomor : 4429/H18/HK.00.01/2011 TENTANG TATA TERTIB AKADEMIK DAN PEDOMAN PELAKSANAAN SISTEM KREDIT SEMESTER UNIVERSITAS MATARAM TAHUN 2011 – 2015 UNIVERSITAS MATARAM Mataram KEMENTERIAN PENDIDIKAN NASIONAL UNIVERSITAS MATARAM Menimbang : a. bahwa untuk memberikan arah yang jelas terhadap proses pendidikan di Universitas Mataram, perlu menetapkan Tata Tertib Akademik dan Pedoman Pelaksanaan Sistem Kredit Semester Unram tahun 2011 – 2015. b. bahwa sesuai dengan maksud pada butir a tersebut di atas perlu menerbitkan Surat Keputusan Rektor tentang Tata Tertib Akademik dan Pedoman Pelaksanaan Sistem Kredit Semester Unram tahun 2011 – 2015. Mengingat : 1. Undang-undang Nomor 20 Tahun 2003 tentang Sistem Pendidikan Nasional; 2. Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor 60 Tahun 1999 tentang Pendidikan Tinggi; 3. Keputusan Presiden RI Nomor 96/M Tahun 2009 tentang pengangkatan Rektor Universitas Mataram periode tahun 2009 – 2013; 4. Keputusan Menteri Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan RI Nomor 0181/O/1995 tentang Organisasi dan Tata Kerja Universitas Mataram; 5. Keputusan Menteri Pendidikan Nasional RI Nomor 088/O/2003 tentang Statuta Universitas Mataram 6. Keputusan Menteri Pendidikan Nasional Nomor 232/U/2000 tentang Pedoman Penyusunan Kurikulum Pendidikan Tinggi dan Penilaian Hasil Belajar Mahasiswa. Memperhatikan : Surat Pembantu Rektor I Universitas 3590/UN18/HK.00.01/2011 tanggal 2 Mei 2011.: KEPUTUSAN REKTOR UNIVERSITAS MATARAM TENTANG TATA TERTIB AKADEMIK DAN PEDOMAN PELAKSANAAN SISTEM KREDIT SEMESTER UNIVERSITAS MATARAM TAHUN 2011 – 2015...

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