MATH domain

MATH domain

A conserved 180-amino acid region shared by the functionally unrelated extracellular meprins A and B and the intracellular TNF receptor associated factor—TRAF proteins. The MATH domain appears to play a role in oligomerisation which is critical for establishing connections to form signalling complexes with TNF receptor-1.
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Extending prior research focused on validating homework management scales for students (Xu, 2008a,b), the purpose of the current study was to validate the PHMS focused on math domain for parents of elementary school students.
(2007); (3) Research details for PCER Consortium (2008, Chapter 6); (4) Outcome measures for each domain; (5) Findings included in the rating for the oral language domain; (6) Findings included in the rating for the print knowledge domain; (7) Findings included in the rating for the phonological processing domain; and (8) Findings included in the rating for the math domain. A glossary of terms is included.
We try to say things that would sound right in the math domain. W fear that questioning what, if anything, the numbers might mean in an ordinary sense could make us look foolish.
SMART and CDD search-based domain analysis showed that, in addition to the BTB domain, most silkworm BTB protein genes also contained one or more other functional domain types such as ANK, BACK, PHR, Kelch, zinc finger, HTH DNA binding motif, and MATH domains (Table 1 and Figure 1).
They discuss the language of math and the role of academic language in the eight Standards for Mathematical Practice of the Common Core State Standards, a curricular framework for standards-based instruction and assessment, and the major math domains of the standards for these grades, with examples of academic language related to them.
Difficulty occurred across the two math domains with the same prevalence as difficulty with a single domain, and specific difficulty with calculation occurred as frequently as specific difficulty with story problems.
Each grade-span section includes (1) a matrix of the skills and concepts related to the problems (correlated to the Maryland Math Domains, which are based on the NCTM's Standards); (2) a "Things to Think About" section; and (3) a suggested "Word Wall," with vocabulary specific to the set of challenges.
They first examine the language of math and the role of academic language in the eight Standards for Mathematical Practice of the Common Core State Standards, outline a curricular framework for standards-based instruction and assessment, and present the major math domains of the standards, with examples of academic language associated with them for grades three through five.