The heat index combines both air temperature and relative humidity into a single value. With the reference from OSHA, the risk levels are now divided into four categories –“ low”, “moderate”, “high” and “very high to extreme”. The higher the heat index, the hotter the weather will feel, and the greater the risk that outdoor workers will experience heat illness.
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This app is meant for the power user, and is still experimental. In order to use it, you must have ConnectBot (or any other Telent client) installed on your device. Once downloaded and installed, simply press the APK Linux icon and the program will copy the distribution files onto your device and connect via Telnet. Altneratively, you may connect from your desktop using "adb" TCP forwarding on port 9000 and then telneting to localhost. To kill the application completely, open the terminal and type the command "pkill cmer".
To learn more and find tutorials on how to build your own Linux distribution for Android, please visit http://cmer.uoguelph.ca/apklinux and follow the instructions. Please email any feedback and bug reports to: email@example.com
This is being released under the GPL License v2.
1.0 - The amino acids and nucleic acids are units of two fundamental molecules of life: proteins and DNA. University and college Introductory Biochemistry courses typically concentrate on understanding the structures and chemical properties of the amino acids and nucleic acids as an integral part of understanding how proteins and DNA function within living cells. The Biochem Euchre Deck was designed as a tool for students to learn the structures and properties of the amino acids of proteins and nucleic acids of DNA. The cards contain nomenclature and structural information, along with some amino acid-specific information. Alpha and beta secondary structure propensity scores are also given and may be used in upper-year courses dealing with protein structure. Quizzes are provided to help the students associate the full names, 3-letter codes, and single-letter codes for the amino acids. Students also learn to associate amino acids with classes based on their chemical properties.
This application was developed by Douglas Griffith under the supervision of Dr. Qusay H. Mahmoud, Director of CMER. The content of this application was provided by Dr. Genevieve Newton, Dr. David Ma, and Saskia Teri.