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simple expression for the nucleolus in a special case.

S. C. Littlechild

simple expression for the nucleolus in a special case.

by S. C. Littlechild

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Published by University of Aston in Birmingham Management Centre in Birmingham .
Written in English


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SeriesUniversity of Aston. Management Centre. Working Paper Series no.9
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Open LibraryOL19782287M

In the following example, column a_col of table tab_case is of type INT. The query on table tab_case includes both column a_col and the aggregate expression SUM(a_col) in the Projection list, and groups the results by the value of ORDER BY clause specifies two sorting keys: A CASE expression that immediately follows the ORDER BY keywords. Special Issue "Gene Expression and Regulation" Special Issue Editors Special Issue Information of what are key regulators of gene expression. This special issue will cover original research papers on this very broad topic. These functional nuclear domains include the nucleolus, nuclear speckle, nuclear stress body, transcription factory.

  The darkened region present inside the nucleus which is visible at the time of interphase is called as nucleolus. it is rich in protein and DNA. The main function of nucleolus is to make ribosomal subunits from proteins and ribosomal RNA, also kno. The nucleolus is the most obvious structure in the eukaryotic nucleus. It is known to be a ribosome-producing apparatus where ribosomal (r) DNA is transcribed and the primary rRNA transcripts are processed to produce three of the four rRNA by:

  The nucleoli are formed at specific points on specific chromosomes usually at secondary constrictions which either mark off a satellite or located at a distance from end of the chromosome. Usually diploid hyacinths have a total of two nucleoli,tri.   The nucleolus is very protein dense [e.g., reviewed in (4)] and in humans contains at least different proteins (22), while being relatively DNA sparse. The nucleolus emerges from the complex mixture of proteins that associate with the rDNA, such as upstream binding factor (UBF) (23).Cited by:


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Simple expression for the nucleolus in a special case by S. C. Littlechild Download PDF EPUB FB2

We present a simple algorithm for calculating the nucleolus of a game whenever (a) the characteristic function is non-positive, ie. a “cost” function, and (b) the players can be ordered by “size” in such a way that the cost of any coalition is equal to the cost of the largest player in that coalition.

The cumulative nucleolus is approximately equal to the convex Cited by: We present a simple and easily calculated expression for the Shapley value whenever the characteristic function is a “cost” function with the property that the cost of any subset of players is equal to the cost of the “largest” player in that by: The nucleolus is a round body located inside the nucleus of a eukaryotic cell.

It's intimately tied to protein production through the process of making ribosomes. To view the rest of this content please follow the download PDF link above.

Littlechild, S. () A simple expression for the nucleolus in a special case. International Journal of Game Theory, 3, 21–9. Luce, R. and Raiffa, H. () Games and Decisions: Introduction and Critical Survey.

Nucleolus is also referred to as nucleole, which means, a cellular structure found in the nucleus of a eukaryotic cell. What is the Nucleolus of a Cell. Both animal and plant cells contains a nucleolus.

As aforementioned, the nucleolus is a cellular structure present in. Nucleolus organizer definition is - the specific part of a chromosome with which a nucleolus is associated especially during its reorganization after nuclear division —called also.

The nucleolus (/ n uː- nj uː ˈ k l iː ə l ə s,-k l i ˈ oʊ l ə s /, plural: nucleoli /-l aɪ /) is the largest structure in the nucleus of eukaryotic cells.

It is best known as the site of ribosome li also participate in the formation of signal recognition particles and play a role in the cell's response to stress. Nucleoli are made of proteins, DNA and RNA and form.

Allocating the Cost of Congestion with the Nucleolus. An affirmative answer is given for the case that the set of payoff vectors is a polytope. A Simple Expression for the Nucleolus in a Author: Gilles Reinhardt.

The pre-nucleolus is a popular egalitarian solution concept for cost-sharing games. A drawback of this concept is that an associated cost allocation often cannot be calculated in polynomial time.

The nucleolus has also been implicated in the replication of herpes viruses (Boyne and Whitehouse ) Yet another recent case is the finding that the replication of the Dependovirus AAV2 (adenovirus-associated virus 2) takes. The nucleolus is a distinct sub-cellular compartment structure in the nucleus.

First observed more than years ago, the nucleolus is detectable by microscopy in eukaryotic cells and visible during the interphase as a sub-nuclear structure immersed in the nucleoplasm, from which it is not separated from any membrane. Why is the Nucleolus and important organell.

Blog. 22 April Strengthening a school community with Prezi Video; 22 April M. Albizuri & J. Echarri & J. Zarzuelo, "A Non-cooperative Mechanism Yielding the Nucleolus of Airport Problems," Group Decision and Negotiation, Springer, vol.

27(1), pagesSolymosi & Balazs Sziklai, "Universal Characterization Sets for the Nucleolus in Balanced Games," IEHAS Discussion PapersInstitute of Economics. The eukaryotic cell nucleus. Visible in this diagram are the ribosome-studded double membranes of the nuclear envelope, the DNA (complexed as chromatin), and the nucleolus.

Within the cell nucleus is a viscous liquid called nucleoplasm, similar to the cytoplasm found outside the nucleus. ADVERTISEMENTS: The nucleolus is the dominant internal feature of the cell nucleus and was among the first subcellular or­ganelles described by microscopy (by Fontona in ).

The nucleolus is not separated from the remain­ing nucleoplasm by a membrane, but in many cells its margins are associated with chromatin (i.e., the peri­nucleolar chromatin, see Figs. [ ].

"The General Nucleolus and the Reduced Game Property," International Journal of Game Theory, Springer;Game Theory Society, vol. 21(1), pages S. Littlechild & G. Owen, "A Simple Expression for the Shapley Value in a Special Case," Management Science, INFORMS, vol. 20(3), pagesNovember. () Non-cooperative implementation of the nucleolus: The 3-player case.

International Journal of Game Theory() Compromise values in cooperative game by: -construction workers- ribosomes are factory, the nucleolus is the construction workers-manager- whole cell is the factory, ribosomes are the factory workers, nucleolus is the manager in charge of hiring and training new workers.

-A cell organelle constructed in the nucleolus and functioning as the site of protein synthesis in the cytoplasm; consists of rRNA and protein molecules, which make up two subunits. Cell membrane BOOK VOCABULARY: Protective outer covering of all cells that is made up of a double layer of fat like molecules and regularities the interaction.

Nucleolus sounds a lot like nucleus, but they are different parts of the cell. In this lesson, let's learn how to tell the difference and why the nucleolus is an important part of the cell.nucleolus [noo-kle´o-lus] (L.) a rounded refractile body in the nucleus of most cells, which is the site of synthesis of ribosomal RNA, becoming enlarged during periods of synthesis and smaller during quiescent periods; multiple nucleoli occur in some cells.

nucleolus, pl. nucleoli (nū-klē'ō-lŭs, -lī), Avoid the mispronunciation nucleo.A Simple Expression for the Shapely Value in A Special Case S. C. Littlechild; G. Owen Management Science, Vol. 20, No. 3, Theory Series. (Nov., ), pp.