Helice

Helice

(hĕ`lĭsē) or

Helike

(həlēkē), ancient city of Achaea, N Peloponnesus, near the mouth of the Selinous River, 20 mi (32 km) E of Pátrai. Noted for its sanctuary of Poseidon, Helice was a seat of the First Achaean LeagueAchaean League
, confederation of cities on the Gulf of Corinth. The First Achaean League, about which little is known, was formed presumably before the 5th cent. B.C. and lasted through the 4th cent. B.C. Its purpose was mutual protection against pirates.
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. It was destroyed by an earthquake and tsunami in 373 B.C., a fate that is said to have influenced Plato's story of AtlantisAtlantis
, in Greek legend, large island in the western sea (the Atlantic Ocean). Plato, in his dialogues the Timaeus and the Critias, tells of the high civilization that flourished there before the island was destroyed by an earthquake.
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. Its ruins and those of a 4,500-year-old Bronze Age settlement that met a similar fate were discovered in 2000 and 2001 respectively.
References in classic literature ?
As when rocks leap forth from the high peak of a great mountain, and fall on one another, and many towering oaks and pines and long-rooted poplars are broken by them as they whirl swiftly down until they reach the plain; so did they fall on one another with a great shout: and all the town of the Myrmidons, and famous Iolcus, and Arne, and Helice, and grassy Anthea echoed loudly at the voice of the two.
En las conclusiones, el proceso de competitividad del sector se asocia al continuo apoyo del estado para su organizacion y a la evolucion de los actores de la triple helice.
Governed in America by the United States Helice Association, the international governing body of the sport is an organization known as FITASC.
The active transmembrane transport of Cu [sup]2+ is complex and involves a series of conserved domains: Intracellular free Cu [sup]2+ binding to the heavy-metal binding domain first approaches the double-glycine (GG) motif in the MB helice, then these ions are transported onto Cys-Pro-Cys motif in the M4 helice, and finally discharged across the membrane by phosphorylation in the A-domain.
En presencia de inductores de helice-alfa_el DCT adopta una estructura en cortos segmentos de helice, interrumpidos por los residuos de prolina (19, 20), que podrian interaccionar con uno de los surcos del ADN (21).
Otra posibilidad que se abre en este procesamiento de datos consiste en el uso de la tecnologia del ADN, en el cual se utiliza el modelo de doble helice de Watson-Crick para la construccion de las series de datos que se puedan almacenar, aprovechando que esta macromolecula se puede autoensamblar (Nelson y Cox, 2008).
No quinto artigo, os autores (Priscila Bresolin Tisott, Daniele Nespolo, Deise Taiana de Avila Dias, Pelayo Munhoz Olea e Gabriel Sperandio Milan) buscam compreender de que modo o conceito da helice triplice, originalmente formulado por Henry Etzkowitz e Lot Leydesdorff, tem promovido resultados favoraveis para a universidade que abriga uma incubadora tecnologica, para o setor produtivo e para governo.
To distant Helice his tail extends, In glittering folds round Cynosyra bends.
Implantacion baja de orejas, con forma de ovalo, engrosamiento y giro de la helice.
edu/modloop/ [Fecha de Calculo: 15/03/2012]) (19), se refinaron bucles extracelulares (BE1 137-147, BE2 211-227A 227-235B, BE3 349-360) y bucles citoplasmaticos (BC1 101-108, BC2 177-189, BC3 256-315) con una longitud maxima de 12 aminoacidos por segmento a excepcion del bucle extracelular No 2 el cual contiene 24 aminoacidos y la cisteina presente en este bucle es la que enlaza a la helice transmembranal No 3 formando el puente disulfuro.
As Instituicoes de Ensino Superior (IES) sao a helice capaz de empreender iniciativas de desenvolvimento socioeconomicas conjugando o ensino e a investigacao com o preenchimento de lacunas existentes entre as empresas, a descoberta e a aplicacao atraves de interaccoes, ligacoes e colaboracoes entre os diversos intervenientes (Kothari e Minogue, 2002).