Development (1)

Development (1)

In the testes D-aspartate induces testosterone synthesis, but its action in the epididymis is unknown. Proposition 10. The process of career development is that of developing and implementing self-concepts by a synthesizing and compromising process in which the self-concept is a product consisting of the interaction of inherited aptitudes, neural and endocrine makeup, opportunity to play various roles, and evaluations of these roles by superiors and peers.development

Research clusters: Labour, Movements and Development; Neoliberalism, Globalisation and States; Violence, Peace and Development; Centre for Water and Development; Migration, Mobility and Development; Agrarian Change and Development; and Development Policy, Aid, Institutions and Poverty Reduction.development

Descriptive research conducted by Roe on artists and research scientists prior to her theory development was primarily a series of investigations into personality characteristics, background factors, aptitude, and intellectual abilities as theory related to vocational choiceā€¯ (Osipow, 1973, p. 24).development

The present study examined renal development during perinatal iron deficiency in rats and found altered timing of kidney maturation and histological renal adaptations that may contribute to dysfunctional glomeruli and renal hyperfiltration, which themselves contribute to hypertension.

Repeated superovulation was found to adversely affect the quality of oocytes as characterized by altered distribution of cytoplasmic organelles, spindle abnormalities, elevated oxidative stress and altered Oct-4 expression which was associated with decrease in the developmental potential of embryos.

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