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Part 5: “how”

We are learning how the world works, keeping track of how the same events unfold over and over again. When we see something for the first time, we still do not understand how it will end, and therefore we do not have cause-and-effect models associated with the situation. However, having seen a sufficient number of identical acts of interaction between a sufficient number of objects, we gradually begin to believe that we know how the events that have not yet occurred will unfold.

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Part 5: “how”

  1. Women as part of the intelligentsia
    Women as part of the national intelligentsia are a phenomenon of the Soviet era. It was during the Soviet period that the socio-cultural community of Tajik women was formed, which was considered the most advanced (progressive) social group compared to women from the working class and peasants. Their main characteristic is that they all had a higher education, a profession and, accordingly, were engaged in
  2. The final part, purely about love, as promised.
    Paul the Third Bore, as was the agreement, began to marry Bunny. Paul the First and Paul the Second went to witnesses. Gypsy choir skillfully imitated twelve green men. The wedding feast has diversified SMS, dropped on the mobile to Paul II by novice Greenpeople, underground workers. It said that the slave did not manage to surrender to slavery, because shocked by the invasion of the tribe
  3. Part 2: "how much"
    In the meantime, something completely different happens with part 2. If part 1 shows what an object is, then the "how much" part measures the quantity: how much of it, and how much? This seems to be a bit, but this is much more. ↑ In the “how many” segment, the number of objects that we see is determined: four one, three others, and many others
  4. Practical part
    Preparation for sterilization of laboratory glassware 1. Before sterilization, laboratory glassware is thoroughly washed and dried. 2. Test tubes, bottles, bottles, mattresses, flasks are closed with cotton-gauze plugs. A paper cap is put on top of the cork on each vessel (except for test tubes). 3. Petri dishes are sterilized wrapped in paper of 1–5 pieces or in canisters. 4. Pasteur pipettes 3-5-5-10 pieces
  5. Part 6: Why
    Our brain is not satisfied with the knowledge of what exactly is in front of us, in what quantity, where exactly, when this or that event occurs and how objects interact with each other. Cause and effect - things are certainly important, but in reality our brain wants to know the answer to the question "why." Why does one happen and not another? Why does something happen time after time, and something -
  6. Part 3: "where / where"
    While in parts 1 and 2, the tasks of defining an object and its associated calculations are solved, in part 3 (the path of seeing where / where), the movement of each object is noted and tracked both in relation to other objects and in relation to ourselves *. In part 3, this is done by processing the components of the incoming visual signal, containing clues about the location, for example
  7. Theoretical part
    ACTUALITY OF THE THEME Summarizing statistical data on the results of the work of the pathoanatomical service of the Republic of Belarus, the percentage of discrepancies between clinical and pathologoanatomical diagnoses continues to be rather high. Experience shows that adverse conditions in the formulation of the final clinical diagnosis are: lack of basic and
  8. Practical part
    Technique of collecting material from the patient for bacteriological research The choice of material for laboratory research is determined by the localization of the pathological process, the features of the pathogenesis of the disease and the biological properties of the pathogen. The success of bacteriological research depends on the correctness of the material sampling. Pathological material for bacteriological examination
  9. Responses to the first part of the book
    The feedback we received on the first part of the “Collection of games for the development of systems thinking” can be described as overwhelmingly positive. One of the readers wrote to us: "In fact, your book fills the gap between the theory of systems thinking and its practical application." Another said: "I can really apply these exercises with benefit." Third: “I've been looking for effective
  10. . Introductory part
    Registering a corpse • type of animal; • gender, nickname; • inventory number; • age; • suit: • signs; • breed; • who owns (owner) and address: • date of death; • date and place of opening. • an autopsy made (last name, first name, patronymic, position); • at the opening there were present (surname, name, patronymic, position). Corruption Registration Description
  11. Final part.
    Final
  12. Ecological part
    The causes of gastritis are varied. The leading place belongs to external factors. These include substandard and inappropriate age groups and types of animal feed, the presence of poisonous plants in the feed, toxic substances, the use of hot and frozen feed for feeding, violation of the feeding regimen. In addition, the occurrence of gastritis contributes monotonous and defective.
  13. Practical part
    Practical
  14. Practical part
    Statement of agglutination reaction on glass and in test tubes In all immunological reactions, the main component is an antigen, which has two properties: 1) the ability to cause an immunological process in the body; 2) the ability to bind to antibodies in serological reactions. Reactions of interaction of an antibody with an antigen are called serological (from the Latin. Serum -
  15. Practical part
    Basic principles and stages of bacteriological research 1. Qualified selection of the material to be investigated: for clinical samples - taking into account the nature and localization of the pathological process, the pathogenesis of the disease and its stage; for objects of the environment - taking into account their possible value as pathways and factors of transmission of microorganisms - infectious agents. 2
  16. PRACTICAL PART
    Make an air sampling in the training room using the alternative method. 2. To make air sampling in the training room in an as-a-pulp method (Krotov apparatus). 3. Determine the total microbial number in 1 m3 of air (use pre-prepared cups with grown colonies). 4. To study tinctorial and enzymatic properties of grown colonies. 5. Solve the problem: for 10
  17. PRACTICAL PART
    Take a sample of water from the tap according to all the rules for bacteriological examination. 2. Sow 1 ml of water from each selected sample into sterile petri dishes with molten nutrient agar to determine the total number of microbes. 3. To count the grown on the cups (pre-prepared) colonies and express the result in colony-forming units (CFU). four.
  18. PRACTICAL PART
    Prepare a soil sample for sanitary bacteriological research. 2. To make cultivation of soil 1:10 and a number of consecutive dilutions 1: 100; 1: 1000; 1: 10,000. 3. Determine the bacteria of the coliform group in the soil by the titration method. 4. Determination of the microbial number of the soil: using the HHOHHbiMH demon crops on MPA of various dilutions of the soil suspension, calculate the microbial
  19. PRACTICAL PART
    Make a selection of food (on the instructions of the teacher). 2. Prepare a sample for bacteriological examination. 3. Sampling food for bacteriological examination. 4. Prepare cotton swabs for taking swabs. 5. Take hand-washes before treatment and after washing. Sow on Endo medium, using the depth method on MPA. 6. Produce crops
  20. THEORETICAL PART
    THEORETICAL
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