Sökning: "Gunnar Bengtsson"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 6 avhandlingar innehållade orden Gunnar Bengtsson.
1. Density separation of intact isolated hepatocytes : studies on biochemical parameters with special reference to protein synthesis before and after chronic ethanol treatment of donor rats
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2. Medlemmar och medborgare : Föreningsdeltagande och politiskt engagemang i det etnifierade samhället
Sammanfattning : What is the political significance of affiliation with voluntary associations for people with and without foreign backgrounds in Sweden? Does associational affiliation offer an opportunity to influence the political decision-making process for those otherwise disfavoured in terms of political resources? Or does it rather aggravate the political marginalisation of people with foreign backgrounds? This thesis is based on two large-scale surveys that have been designed explicitly to deal with questions of this sort. It is shown that there are substantial differences in associational affiliation between people with and without foreign backgrounds. LÄS MER
3. Effects of Orexins, Guanylins and Feeding on Duodenal Bicarbonate Secretion and Enterocyte Intracellular Signaling
Sammanfattning : The duodenal epithelium secretes bicarbonate ions and this is regarded as the primary defence mechanism against the acid discharged from the stomach. For an efficient protection, the duodenum must also function as a sensory organ identifying luminal factors. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Quantum mechanics is basically a mathematical recipe on how to construct physical models. Historically its origin and main domain of application has been in the microscopic regime, although it strictly seen constitutes a general mathematical framework not limited to this regime. LÄS MER
5. On a learning system for industrial automation : Model-based control and diagnostics for decision support
Sammanfattning : Access to energy is fundamental to economic and technological advancement. Hence, the more the world develops, the greater the demand for energy becomes. Evidently, the production and consumption of energy alone account for more than 80% of global anthropogenic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. LÄS MER