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regulating factor

a chemical secretion of the HYPOTHALAMUS, associated with blood sugar levels, that controls the secretion of hormones. The secretion and inhibition of hormones involve negative feedback systems (see FEEDBACK MECHANISM).
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Their topics include COX-2 gene expression in colon cancer tissue related to regulating factors and promoter methylation status, the role of DNA methylation in common skeletal disorders, the potential utility of natural products as regulators of aromatase promoters associated with breast cancer, and the therapeutic potential of cladrybine in combination with STAT3 inhibitor against multiple myeloma.
The good news there, however, is that the Scottish Government has recently introduced new legislation regulating factors, which requires them to sign up to a new Code of Conduct and also a Dispute Resolution Service.
Overall, the number of permits issue by various states and the willingness of sportsmen to hunt them are the only regulating factors affecting the status of the cougar in terms of opportunity or trophy.
Two types of potential NSNF charts were developed: (1) assuming that carbon availability was not a limiting factor and rainfall and temperature were the regulating factors and (2) assuming that carbon availability was the regulating factor and soil moisture and temperature were not limiting.
Using the relationships between nitrogenase activity and the above-mentioned regulating factors (moisture and temperature), potential NSNF was estimated at sites representing western (Wongan Hills, WA 30[degrees]53'S, 116[degrees]42'E), southern (Avon, SA 34[degrees]14'S, 138[degrees]18'E) and south-eastern (Gunnedah, NSW 30[degrees]56'S, 150[degrees]15'E and Harden, NSW 34[degrees]33'S, 148[degrees]32'E) Australian cropping zones (Fig.
Development of maps of potential NSNF where C was non-limiting and rainfall and temperature were the regulating factors
In addition, L-dopa introduces dopamine in the absence of the regulating factors that would accompany dopamine release and removal in a healthy brain.
To alleviate any semantic confusion, it is worth defining four concepts that are central to the understanding of Caughley's (1976) approach to population dynamics of large herbivores: K carrying capacity (KCC; Macnab 1985), limiting factors, regulating factors (Messier 1991) and sustained yield (SY).
From this observation, they concluded that regulating factors due to competition for forage likely contributed less to variation in recruitment rate than variation due to climate.
The significance of limiting and regulating factors on the demography of moose and white-tailed deer.
The US is the largest nutraceutical market and this is probably due to cultural as well as regulating factors.
The good news, however, is that the Scottish government has recently introduced new legislation regulating factors, which require them to sign up to a new Code of Conduct and also a Dispute Resolution Service.