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MongoDB - Oracle
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Oracle NoSQL Database and MongoDB server are both licensed under AGPL while MongoDB has certain client drivers under the Apache 2.0 license.  Oracle NoSQL Database is in many respects, as a NoSQL Database implementation leveraging BerkeleyDB in its storage layer, a commercialization of the early NoSQL implementations which lead to the adoption of this category of technology. Several of the earliest NoSQL solutions were based on BerkeleyDB and some are still to this day e.g. LinkedIn’s Voldemort. The Oracle NoSQL Database is a Java based key-value store implementation that supports a value abstraction layer currently implementing Binary and JSON types. Its key structure is designed in such a way as to facilitate large scale distribution and storage locality with range based search and retrieval. The implementation uniquely supports built in cluster load balancing and a full range of transaction semantics from ACID to relaxed eventually consistent. In addition, the technology is integrated with important open source technologies like Hadoop / MapReduce, an increasing number of Oracle software solutions and tools and can be found on Oracle Engineered Systems.

Stem Cell Gene Therapy For Sickle Cell Disease

 240,000 children born annually in Africa with SCD 80% die by their second birthday  Estimated 80,000 affected in USA, 6,900 in Ca.  1/400 African American, 1/36,000 Hispanics  97% of children in the US survive to age 18  Average US lifespan ~40 yrs (unchanged 3-4 decades) Single Amino Acid Change In β-Globin of SCD Leads to Hb Polymerization and RBC Sickling Val 6 Glu 6 •Continual low-grade ischemia and episodic exacerbations or “crises”. •Results in tissue ischemia, organ damage, premature death. Val 6 Aggregated HbS molecules polymerize in RBC, making them stiff and deformed (sickled) Fetal HbF Prevents Sickling The Human β-Globin Gene Complex 5’ -----LCR----- Embryonic

Steak & Roast Cooking Recommendations - Lone Star Farm

Preparing Steak for Grilling: For premium cuts of meat, season the steak with herbs and spices. Just before grilling, sprinkle it with coarse salt and cracked pepper. This will give it a savory crust and classic steak house flavor. Remember to salt the meat right before grilling. If you do it too far ahead of time, the salt will draw out the juices and the steak will be too dry. For less tender cuts, marinate the meat in the refrigerator, using your favorite recipe. Marinades should include some sort of acid (tomato, vinegar or fruit juice, for example) to help tenderize the meat. A tasty marinade also adds flavor to the meat as it absorbs the liquid around it. Use an impervious container such as glass, glazed ceramic or stainless steel. The container should be just large enough to contain the meat and the liquid. Plan to soak small pieces of meat 2-3 hours. A large (5+ pound) piece may be soaked overnight. Don’t marinate it too long, or the meat can get soft. ...

Hydroponic tomato example
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EC 0.55 pH: 357.00 ppm SAR : 3.36 6 TDS: ds/m Total Harndess : Macronutrients distribution (%meq/L) Water Quality Alerts : Severity Alert Information Salinity Hazard: Medium. Information Sodium Hazard: Low. 2/6 107.50 {0} as CaCO3 3/6 Fertilizer Application Name Concentration Acid Conc. (%) Unit Calcium Nitrate 642.11 g/m3 Magnesium Sulphate 336.12 g/m3 Mono potassium Phosphate (M.K.P) 222.22 g/m3 Potassium Sulphate 204.13 g/m3 Sulphuric acid 22.06 FE-EDTA 13% 21.54 g/m3 Borax 6.36 g/m3 Mn-EDTA 13% 6.15 g/m3 Magnesium Nitrate 4.31 g/m3 Zn-EDTA 13%

Manganese deficiency, Tomato Iron deficiency ... - Pure Hydroponics

pH Management of Hydroponics Solutions A question often asked is what is the best pH for a particular crop nutrient solution. The answers given in many texts, and often by advisers to growers, are frequently based on misunderstood information. Many refer to the availability of nutrients to plants at different pHʼs based on research by Troug (1946) [Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Am., 11:305-308] even using graphic illustrations of his findings in one form or another, generally showing a bar graph with wide portions in the pH area where the element is most widely available to the plant. I have seen similar representations said to show the availability of trace elements in a hydroponics solution. This graphic representation of availability of trace, and sometimes the major elements, only applies to plants being grown in mineral (clay based) soils. It is not relevant to hydroponics solutions.As plants use nutrients their roots release bicarbonate that raises the pH of nutrient solutions. By the early 1990ʼs I had observed that the published and advised pH at which crops were grown did not correspond to my observations. At the time phosphoric acid was being used to routinely acidify hydroponics solutions and was causing imbalances in nutrient solutions and blockages due to precipitates. It made sense to replace the phosphoric acid entirely with nitric acid which could, by monitoring pH, be added at a rate related to plant use replacing Nitrogen (N) used in growth periods and so maintain a better balanced solution free of unwanted precipitates.

wiring diagram ssvr-12 (12 volt) for harley davidson - Zodiac

231731/231904/731513 SSVR-12 (12 VOLT) FOR HARLEY DAVIDSON SSVR-12 is an all solid state voltage and current regulator designed expressly for Harley-Davidson two (2) brush generators. It offers greater reliability and smoother voltage regulation than the mechanical regulator it replaces. It will easily keep any electric or kick start battery charged at the correct rate. Its unique output will safely operate the lights WITHOUT the use of a battery if your motorcycle is equipped with a magneto ignition. Ideal for states that require lights on at all times. WARRANTY SSVR-12 is warranteed against circuit failure for 1 full year. It is made in Japan. GENERATOR and BATTERY Make sure brushes are good. Armature commutator must be clean. Battery terminals must be clean, acid up to level and a good ground connection. Be sure your battery will hold a charge and does not have an open or dead cell. If in doubt replace same. INSTRUCTIONS 1) Mount SSVR-12 to grounded part of bike where some air flow is possible. Do not rubber mount. 2) Locate (F) field and (A) armature markings stamped on top of generator case. 3) (a) Connect RED wire from SSVR-12 to (A) post on generator. (b) Connect GREEN wire from SSVR-12 to (F) post on generator. (c) Connect BLACK wire from SSVR-12 to positive (+) battery terminal or to battery position on switch. A 20 AMP fuse is recommended. 4) NO BATTERY operation, connect BLACK wire to light switch. WIRING DIAGRAM CHARGING LIGHT IF USED BLACK RED SSVR-12 20 AMP FUSE B IG GREEN + A F LT GEN. KEY SWITCH AMP METER IF USED BATT POLARIZE Generator MUST be polarized. Use jumper lead and momentarily touch positive battery terminal to (A) post on generator. WITHOUT battery, use the following procedure: Any battery with correct voltage may be used Ground negative (-) side of battery to frame, connect positive (+) side of battery to (A) post on generator momentarily. Generator is now polarized. Remove battery.

Asia Pacific Acetic Acid Market is Expected to Reach $5.4billion By 2018

Asia-Pacific Acetic acid Market provides pictorial methodology along with detailed sizing by capturing all dependent markets

New Advances in Tooth Whitening and Dental ... -

People have desired whiter and cleaner teeth throughout history. Current technology is designed to remove extrinsic and/or intrinsic stains depending on the specifics of the formulation and technique. Intrinsic staining is removed using carbamide peroxide or hydrogen peroxide. Toothwhitening can be achieved in-office or using a take-home or over-the-counter product. Toothwhitening gel utilizing aqueous cleaning technology, used as a pre-treatment, has demonstrated the ability to reduce the treatment time and as a pre-treatment and whitener to reduce sensitivity experienced during toothwhitening. Throughout history, people have devised ways to clean and whiten teeth. The earliest method, used as early as 5,000 years ago, utilized a primitive toothbrush-like tool, a sarwak, made by chewing on one end of a twig and fashioning it into a brush-like structure. Two thousand years ago, various tooth-cleaning formulations were used that included eggshells, ground bone, and ground seashells as the primary cleaning ingredients. At the beginning of the early industrial age, there was a switch to a greater reliance on charcoal, sand, and salt. In fact, hydrated silica (a refined derivative of sand) and calcium carbonate (a refined chalk) are still commonly used today as the primary cleaning agents in dentifrices. The primary ingredients in modern tooth bleaching agents were reported to be effective, and were in use, more than a century ago.1 These preparations included ingredients that were either analogs of hydrogen peroxide, other strong oxidizers, or acid. Today, more adults are retaining their teeth, as dental caries has declined due partly to the inclusion of fluoride in toothpastes. Periodontal disease treatment is now being addressed by a variety of therapeutic ingredients added into an increasing number of preparations. Moreover, dental science has evolved during the same time period, with dental implants, veneers, and other sophisticated cosmetic restorative materials commonly available. All these have spurred on even greater interest and demand for oral...

Antioxidants: Do they have a role in the treatment of insulin ...

Received April 8, 2006 Insulin resistance, defined as an attenuated or inadequate response to a given amount of insulin, is associated with a wide variety of conditions including obesity, type 2 diabetes, essential hypertension, cardiovascular disease, polycystic ovary syndrome, non-alcoholic fatty liver, breast cancer, and acquired immune deficiency syndrome. Although pharmacological options for the management of insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes have been increasing, not all patients benefit, as the cost of prescription medications is often beyond the financial capacity of many patients. A potential new approach is the use of antioxidants. The objectives of this review are to discuss the scientific rationale for proposing the evaluation of antioxidants for insulin resistance, and to provide an update of intervention studies, with an emphasis on clinical trials, in which antioxidants have been tested. Briefly, this approach capitalizes on emerging data implicating lipid oversupply, chronic, lowgrade inflammation, and oxidative stress as root causes in the development and exacerbation of insulin resistance. Key words Antioxidants - diabetes - insulin resistance - lipoic acid Insulin resistance, defined as an attenuated or inadequate response to a given amount of insulin, is associated with a wide variety of conditions including obesity, type 2 diabetes (T2D), essential hypertension, cardiovascular disease, polycystic ovary syndrome, non-alcoholic fatty liver, breast cancer, and acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) 1-3. An individual with insulin resistance is strongly predisposed to an increased risk for life threatening clinical conditions including T2D, and the metabolic syndrome 4 (also known as the insulin resistance syndrome 5). T2D has reached epidemic proportions in the US and worldwide (>18 million and 160 million individuals, respectively), and is projected to increase dramatically 6. There are an estimated 50 million individuals (US) and 314 million individuals (worldwide) with the metabolic syndrome 7,8 .

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Bright White (SFI Certified), 96% Brightness, Acid Free, Smooth Imaging Finish, Raised Embossed Panel.

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