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3 million in fiscal year 2012 will expand the ENCyclopedia Of DNA Elements (ENCODE), a comprehensive catalog of functional elements that control the expression of genetic information in a cell, the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI), part of the National Institutes of Health, announced today.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] 2KM Metering & Mixing Systems introduces the new 2KM PFM Servo Electric LSR metering unit as a very compact liquid silicone rubber dosing unit that unifies all functional elements into one mechanically installed unit.
Now that outdoor living spaces attract as much attention as those indoors, functional elements often double as art.
There is an architectural cliche that dates at least as far back as the 19th Century French architect and theoretician Violette le Duc, which asserts that all of the various ornamental details we take for granted in classical architectural styles are vestiges of previous functional elements.
All of these functional elements are integrated into a single controller that is replicated in its entirety to create a high-availability server.
When completed, these plans will be coordinated with MTMC Headquarters functional elements in Alexandria, Va.
All functional elements from the control panel to the software rely on Intuitive Recognition Logic to guide even the most casual operator through complete measuring tasks.
The congruence model assumes that the chosen strategy is correct, and that problems that limit organizational effectiveness - defined as inadequate or inappropriate outputs - due to either a lack of congruence between strategy and the functional elements or to a poor fit between two or more of the functional elements.