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Develop clear, practical standards in the organization to minimize inconsistency and confusion. Each template le should have a standard set of drawing layers, with a speci c color and linetype dedicated to each layer. For example, you may reserve a layer called Dimension, with color green, a continuous linetype, and a lineweight of .3 mm, for all dimensions. This will avoid confusion and improve consistency within your organization. Develop similar standards for other AutoCAD-related practices.
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We ll talk more about connectors later on. The tasks you can perform on connectors depend on the kind of connectors installed, and we won t look at them here.
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normalities, as outlined in Table 38-7. Data so obtained allow classi cation into one of three categories, as follows: 1. In those with somatic abnormalities (with or without obvious neurologic signs), one assumes the presence of a maldevelopment of the brain, possibly caused by a chromosomal abnormality. The psychomotor retardation is usually severe and often nongenetic and, as a rule, has a well-de ned neuropathology. Diagnosis is determined by the gestalt of physical signs. The possible maldevelopments are numerous and diverse and have been summarized in Tables 38-1 and 38-7; some of the main ones have been described earlier in the chapter. One inevitably turns to the several atlases to denominate the syndromes (Holmes et al; Jones). 2. In the group in which the abnormalities are con ned to the nervous system, attention is focused on a larger number of diseases, many due to exogenous factors such as perinatal hypoxia-ischemia, pre- or postnatal infections, trauma, and so on. There are usually conspicuous neurologic signs. The degree of mental retardation is variable, depending on the location and extent of a demonstrable neuropathology. Usually the family history is negative, but careful questioning of parents regarding the pregnancy, delivery, and early postnatal period and examination of hospital records from birth may disclose the nature of the neurologic insult. 3. The third category of retardates is one in which neither somatic anomalies nor focal neurologic signs are present, or they are minimal. The more severely retarded of this special group are represented by the following disease states: autism (Asperger-Kanner syndrome), the Rett and Williams syndromes, and the fragile X and Renpenning syndromes. All of these but autism are now known to have a genetic basis, as noted earlier in the chapter, and are described together below. The practical importance of this clinical approach is that it directs the intelligent use of laboratory procedures for con rmation of the diagnosis. CT scanning and MRI are useful in clarifying maldevelopment and neurologic diseases but are seldom helpful in the third group of cases. EEG con rms seizure discharges when there is uncertainty as to the nature of episodic neural dysfunction. Karyotyping and genetic studies are useful in group 1 and rarely in group 2 patients. The major pitfall to be avoided in this clinical approach is in mistaking a hereditary metabolic disease for a developmental one. Here one is helped by the fact that manifestations of the metabolic diseases are not usually present in the rst days of life; they appear later and are progressive and often associated with visceral abnormalities. However, some metabolic diseases are of such slow progression that they appear almost stable, especially the late-onset ones, such as one type of metachromatic leukodystrophy, late-onset Krabbe leukodystrophy, adult adrenoleukodystrophy, and adult hexosaminidase de ciency (see Chap. 37).
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Pine cones produce spores by the process called meiosis (my-OH-sis). Meiosis means a condition of lessening, wherein one cell divides into two daughter cells, each containing only half the number of chromosomes found within the original parent cell. The small, male pollen cones consist of many loose, oval scales fastened together. Within each scale, meiosis produces tiny microspores (MY-krohspores). The microspores, each containing half the number of chromosomes of the parent tree, soon develop into gametes (sex cells). The male gametes become pollen granules a ne our (pollen) of tiny, yellow-colored grains. The large, female seed cones consist of many tough, pear-shaped scales arranged into a spiral shape. The scales are woody and tilted outward at an angle. Each of these female scales holds two ovules (OH-vyools) or little eggs. Each of these ovules (little eggs) produces a megaspore (MEH-gahspore) a large (mega-) spore.
The Properties screen area provides access to all the properties of the selected Web item or the Web template itself. The component you select determines the number of properties associated with the Web item. Also, all the parameters and settings are configured here. The Properties screen area uses two tabs to segment the properties. The General tab, shown next, provides access to the data provider assignment, if required. The Web Item Parameters is, in most cases, the more important portion and shows a listing of the configuration settings of that component. The Properties screen area is very important to developers and is where you will spend most of your time configuring the WAD template.
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