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Pushing The Envelope

The processing of STS-32 involved modifications to support the longer-than-normal mission a fifth set of cryogenic oxygen and hydrogen tanks was installed under Columbia's payload bay floor. This enabled the fuel cells to produce electricity and, as a byproduct, drinking water for the crew. By the end of November 1989, the Shuttle stack had been rolled out to Pad 39A - becoming the first to use this pad since STS-61C - in anticipation of a launch a few days before Christmas. Unfortunately, problems getting Pad 39A ready resulted in a delay until 8 January 1990, so the Santa joke fell flat.

Robotic Experiments

The gaseous nitrogen system for the tank, meanwhile, was turned off, but since it also assisted the crew's drinking water supply, Columbia's galley began dispensing water at a slower-than-expected rate. Late on 28 April, the crew capped a nitrogen line into the now-unused waste water tank, which allowed the nitrogen system to be turned back on and fully pressurise the water supply tanks. The only other problem of note was an overheating freezer in the middeck - used to store biological samples - which obliged the astronauts to transfer them to a backup unit.

Evolution of Intracellular Parasitism

Pics Parasitism Microorganisms

About 2 billion years ago, probably in a shallow laguna, bacteria encountered for the first time malicious shapeless little eukaryotes eating them. Some heterotrophic eukaryotic cells started a new business in life and became predators, whereas bacteria faced a new challenge, not to fall prey. The prototype of a phagocyte, an amoeba that feeds on bacteria, was probably the first to impose on bacteria the selection pressure to maintain or evolve new genes that facilitate survival within the predators (Figure 1.3). Today, still, amoebal creatures roam the world in search of bacterial prey. One of them, Hartmanella, is a notorious settler in cooling water systems and showerheads, an opportunistic human parasite itself, and one of the natural hosts for the human pathogen Legionella pneumophila (Chapter 18). The slime mold, Dictyostelium discoideum, has become a prime model organism for the study of some intracellular pathogens such as Mycobacterium marinum, M. avium and L. pneumophila...

The Essence In Embryos

A vault to hold our brains and sense organs. This was a revolutionary idea because it linked heads and bodies as two versions of the same fundamental plan. The notion must have been in the drinking water in the early 1800s because other people, among them Lorenz Oken, allegedly came up with virtually the same idea in a similar setting.

Water Rich Environments on Mars

The thin Martian atmosphere is not able to hold much water (less than 10 im) vapor and thus is a very water-poor environment. Current Martian climatic conditions of about 6 mbar and seasonal average temperatures below freezing, prohibit water on the surface in most Martian surface regions and for the most time of the year. Small amounts of water may be feasible on the surface during summer daytime temperatures and in low laying areas, especially when perihelion occurs in Mars's northern hemisphere. That said, today's water occurs mostly in the atmosphere and at the poles. The water content in the atmosphere is about 1-2 km3, which is equivalent to a 10 m global water layer. One meter of equivalent global water layer translates to 1.44 x 105 km3. In contrast, the water in the Earth's atmosphere would cover Mars with a global layer of 10 cm. Apart from CO2, the polar caps contain water ice about equivalent a global water layer about 0.6 m thick. In addition the polar layered terrains...

Common Medical Problems Of The Adult Giant Panda

Extensive bacteriological evaluations through the aerobic and anaerobic culture of normal and mucoid panda stools have failed to reveal a clear association between bacteria and colic. Bacterial pathogens associated with this condition include Campylobacter lari, Plesiomonas shigelloides, Clostridium perfringens enterotoxigenic strains and Aeromonas hydrophila. Aeromonas probably results from storing bamboo browse in water-filled containers. Hanging and misting bamboo browse before feeding (rather than storing it submersed in water troughs) greatly reduces Aeromonas hydrophila prevalence in the gastrointestinal tract of these animals. Episodes of colic can also be managed conservatively by withholding food for 24 hours and providing drinking water ad libitum. Relief and recovery to normal activity, appetite and stool production

Of Ferns Bears and Slime Molds

Conserving soil communities is surely a worthwhile goal in its own right, and part of the mission of the park. But knowing what lives in soils and sediments, where it lives, and what it does will also provide a stronger foundation for maintaining the health of the lands and waters we rely on for food production, timber, drinking water, and other goods and services. Soil life can also be viewed as a valuable and largely untapped resource to be explored for new antibiotics and pharmaceuticals, industrial enzymes, novel genes useful to genetic engineers, and versatile microbes that can be harnessed to counter pests and pathogens or devour and detoxify hazardous wastes. Even more vital is the role soil creatures play in sustaining the ecological processes that keep nutrients cycling, soil renewed, plants growing, water fit to drink, and soilborne pests and diseases in check.

Biomineralization and Biochemistry of Bones and Other Hard Parts

Dahllite is the specific mineral that composes hard parts in chordates (Chapter 5). Although not all chordates have hard parts, those that do are classified as vertebrates. According to presently-known fossil evidence, dahllite has contributed to the hard parts of vertebrates since the Cambrian Period, thus it is a probable primitive trait. Dahllite has the chemical formula (a slight variation from the formula for the mineral apatite) of Ca10(PO4)6(OH, CO3, F)2. This formula shows why advertisements urging the consumption of milk claim that they cause healthy bones, as dairy products are calcium-enriched relative to most other foods consumed by humans. Likewise, fluorine is added to drinking water and toothpaste because of its essential role in the proper bonding of dahllite in teeth. Because of this mineral composition, teeth are relatively harder (less prone to wear) than hard parts formed by comparable minerals in other organisms, such as calcite or aragonite. The exact composition...

The Climate System and Relevant Processes

The abundance of water in its three states of aggregation and a functioning global water cycle is of utmost importance for the climate system (e.g. Pagano and Sorooshian 2006 Quante and Matthias 2006). The phase of water depends on the temperature and pressure it is exposed to. At the normal range of atmospheric pressures and temperatures on Earth water can exist in all three of its basic states, as is evident from its phase diagram in Fig. 1, which shows the phase transition curves as a function of temperature and partial pressure (see Webster 1994). The Earth's trajectory in Fig. 1, driven by an increasing water vapour greenhouse effect, intercepts the phase curves in the vicinity of the triple point of water (273.16 K), allowing the formation of a complex hydrological cycle. In contrast, because Venus is a star with a considerably warmer primitive surface temperature, the curve for Venus does not intercept any of the water phase transition lines at all. Water stays in the gaseous...

Pliocene To Paleocene

Lyell Column

By the late eighteenth century and the beginning of the nineteenth century, wells were being dug deeper and deeper below London in an attempt to get a sufficient supply of clean drinking water. The population of the metropolis was fast outgrowing its water supply and the capacity of its primitive drainage system to deal with sewage. Human waste from leaking drains often contaminated the underground water table and wells sunk into it. Water-borne disease such as typhoid was on the increase.

The biochemical theory for the origin of life

In a recent twist to the classic Oparin-Haldane biochemical model, Euan Nisbet (University of London) and Norman Sleep (Stanford University) proposed the hydrothermal model for the origin of life in 2001. In this model, the ancestor of all living things was a hyperthermophile, a simple organism that lived in unusually hot conditions. The transition from isolated amino acids to DNA may then have happened in a hot-water system associated with active volcanoes, rather than in some primeval soup at the ocean e surface. There are two main kinds of hot-water systems on Earth J today, 'black smokers' found in the deep oceans above mid-ocean f ridges where magma meets sea water, and hot pools and fumaroles e fed by rainwater that are found around active volcanoes.

The Importance Of Variables Pure Ice Vs Icy Mixtures

Many authors have studied the irradiation of pure icy water systems with ions of different energies. The first research studies were those of Brown et al. (1978, 1980a, 1980b) who studied films of different thicknesses made of water at different temperatures (15-110 K) irradiated with He+ and H+. Other authors have employed the same particles, although the ion energy was different (Bar-Nun et al., 1985 Shi et al., 1995b Moore and Hudson, 2000 Baragiola et al., 2003 Leto and Baratta, 2003 Gomis et al., 2004a Gomis et al., 2004b Baragiola et al., 2005 Loeffler et al., 2006). Many other radiation sources have been tried this includes F+ (Cooper and Tombrello, 1984), Ne+ (Bar-Nun et al., 1985 Christiansen et al., 1986 Shi et al., 1995a) N+ (Christiansen et al., 1986 Shi et al., 1995b Orlando and Sieger, 2003) Ar+ (Christiansen et al., 1986 Baragiola et al., 2003 Orlando and Sieger, 2003 Loeffler et al., 2006) Ar++ (Letto and Baratta, 2003 Gomis et al., 2004b) O+ (Shi et al., 1995a Shi et...

Houghton Dome Canada

A detailed study of hydrothermal mineralization in the Houghton Dome impact structure (24 km diameter, 23 Ma age) was reported by Osinski et al. (2001). These authors found hydrothermal mineralization in localised pipes in impact-generated concentric fault systems and in cavity and fracture fillings within polymict impact breccias overlying the central part of the structure. Cavity and fracture fills involve sulfide-carbonate, sulfate, and carbonate parageneses. The pipes are subvertical, 1-7 m wide, and exposed at Houghton for lengths of up to 20 meters. The pipe fillings consist of quartz-carbonate breccia with Fe-hydroxide alteration, and associated marcasite, pyrite, and chalcopyrite. Osinski et al. (2001) proposed that the hydrothermal system comprised three stages (1) an early stage characterised by processes involving a dominant vapor phase, resulting in production of quartz and taking place at temperatures between 600 and 200 oC (2) a so-called main stage at 200-100 oC...

Halved Mission

The situation deteriorated significantly, however, and at 7 55 pm a sharp voltage drop was recorded on the troublesome cell, indicative of the possible failure of one or more stacks within it. If that was the case, it meant that the cell's capability to generate electricity and, as a byproduct, drinking water for the crew, might be compromised. With the likelihood of contamination to Engle and Truly's water supply, the Number 1 cell was switched off at 8 15 pm and in response to concerns that the water was being electrolysed - thus forming a potentially explosive mixture within the cell - it was depressurised. The shortened mission required them to front-load as many of their critical flight objectives as possible. Fortunately, this had already been timetabled into each of the four test flights in anticipation of just such an eventuality. The OSTA-1 payload had already been activated by Truly within hours of achieving orbit, and was collecting spectacular data. In fact, by the time...

Rodent Studies

The facility's containment was so good, in fact, that it was possible for the astronauts to move several rats from the RAHF to a workbench called the General Purpose Workstation (GPWS), using a special transfer unit. This marked the first time that rats had been allowed to float freely in space and also provided scientists with an opportunity to assess their behaviour and performance outside their cages. Scientists would use the GPWS on SLS-2 to conduct rat dissections in space. The only problems with the facility were failures of the activity sensors and a fault in the drinking-water pressure transducer.

Change Of Fortune

Since shortly after reaching orbit, Halsell, Still, Gernhardt and Mission Control had been monitoring erratic behaviour from one of Columbia's three 5-million fuel cells. Mounted beneath the payload bay floor, these used a reaction of oxygen and hydrogen to generate electricity to support the Shuttle's systems, run the MSL-1 experiments and, as a byproduct, yield drinking water for the astronauts. Although, technically, one cell provides sufficient electricity to support orbital and landing operations, mission rules dictate that - to provide backup capability during the incredibly dynamic phases of re-entry - all three must be working satisfactorily for a flight to continue.

The Origin Of Life

The hydrothermal model is a recently proposed modification to the Oparin-Haldane biochemical model (Nisbet & Sleep 2001). According to this view, the last universal common ancestor of life (sometimes abbreviated as LUCA) was a hyperthermophile, a simple organism that lived in unusually hot conditions. The transition from isolated amino acids to DNA (Fig. 8.1) may then have happened in a hot-water system associated with active volcanoes. There are two main kinds of hot-water systems on Earth today, hot pools and fumaroles fed by rainwater that are found around active volcanoes, and black smokers in the deep ocean. Black smokers arise along mid-ocean ridges, where new crust is being formed from magma welling up as major oceanic plates move apart (see p. 42). Seawa-ter leaks down into the crust carrying sulfur as sulfate, mixes with molten magma and emerges as superheated steam, with the sulfur now concentrated as sulfide. As minerals precipitate in the cooler sea bottom waters, they...

Leaving the Water

Question about why vertebrates left the water to begin with. A likely explanation is that for animals that could breathe and move outside of the water, the land represented a rich, new, uncharted domain. By the Late Devonian Epoch, both saltwater and freshwater habitats were populated by an abundance of fishes. Competition in the water was predicated by size No matter how big a fish was, there was probably a bigger fish that could eat it. Early tetrapods were still primarily aquatic, and their main food source was certainly fish. The ability of tetrapods to maneuver effectively in shallow water systems or to cross land to reach other pools was critical to their success because in these habitats they had virtually no competition for fish prey. As tetrapods became increasingly terrestrial, they found themselves to be the largest land predators. They benefited from the greening of the world by living in the safe shadows of plants, breathing the oxygen-rich air enriched by plants, and...

Background

Re-appraisal of the impact idea came with the launching of the Deep Gas Project by a consortium in 1982. A set of bedrock geological maps by Kresten et al. (1991) at the scale of 1 50 000 is based on detailed mapping of the sparse outcrops that occur within the impact structure, and water wells and local boulder finds. Also at that time detailed low altitude (terrain clearance 30 m) airborne geophysical surveys covered the Siljan region.

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