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With an introduction by S. Atlanta , Richmond: B. Xviii, , lxxxi p. Maps 20 cm. With notes by Edna H. Special number. Text by Edna Turpin. He was the first Chief Minister of the islands, served as Prime Minister for three spells in the s and s. He joined the civil service in working as an executive officer for the Legislative Council , before becoming a clerk, he was elected to the Governing Council from the Makira constituency in the elections.

In the new post of Chief Minister was established, with Mamaloni being elected to the post after the sixth round of voting, he served as Chief Minister of the Solomon Islands until July Although he resigned from the Legislative Assembly in December , he returned to politics and represented West Makira constituency in the National Parliament. He was Leader of the Opposition from to , from to , from to He remained Opposition Leader until his death from kidney disease in a Honiara hospital in January , his funeral was held on 13 January.

Made of wood, they are constructed with plastic, clay, or sheet metal. Nose whistles were used traditionally by various South American indigenous groups in the Amazon rainforest , such as the Nambikwara. In spite of its ethnic background, models were conceived and patented in the 19th and 20th centuries.

James J. Stivers, co-founder of the Humanatone Company, is credited to coining this instrument as a "Humanatone". Operating out of New York City , his nose whistles were made of tin plates.

The pitch and tone is changed by the musician via moving their mouth and tongue, as well as variating air flow, also using a small hole in the plate for a tremolo ; as the mouth cavity is the functional resonance chamber determining the tone of the instrument, the nose whistle produces tones along a glissando.

It is named for the historic district of Achefer, first mentioned in the 16th century. The administrative center is liben. Semien Achefer was part of former Achefer woreda before E.

In this woreda Beles hydroelectric power generating station is found at Charman Dusuman kebele. George Orthodox monastery at Abe Gubegna etc.. Based on the national census conducted by the Central Statistical Agency of Ethiopia, this woreda has a total population of ,, of whom 96, are men and 92, women; the majority of the inhabitants practiced Ethiopian Orthodox Christianity , with This common ancestry is inferred from structural alignment and mechanistic similarity if no sequence similarity is evident.

Sequence homology can be deduced if not apparent. Superfamilies contain several protein families which show sequence similarity within each family; the term protein clan is used for protease and glycosyl hydrolases superfamilies based on the MEROPS and CAZy classification systems.

Superfamilies of proteins are identified using a number of methods. Related members can be identified by different methods to those needed to group the most evolutionarily divergent members; the similarity of different amino acid sequences has been the most common method of inferring homology.

Sequence similarity is considered a good predictor of relatedness, since similar sequences are more the result of gene duplication and divergent evolution, rather than the result of convergent evolution. Amino acid sequence is more conserved than DNA sequence, so is a more sensitive detection method. Since some of the amino acids have similar properties, conservative mutations that interchange them are neutral to function.

The most conserved sequence regions of a protein correspond to functionally important regions like catalytic sites and binding sites, since these regions are less tolerant to sequence changes. Using sequence similarity to infer homology has several limitations. There is no minimum level of sequence similarity guaranteed to produce identical structures.

Over long periods of evolution, related proteins may show no detectable sequence similarity to one another. Sequences with many insertions and deletions can sometimes be difficult to align and so identify the homologous sequence regions. In the PA clan of proteases, for example, not a single residue is conserved through the superfamily, not those in the catalytic triad. Conversely, the individual families that make up a superfamily are defined on the basis of their sequence alignment, for example the C04 protease family within the PA clan.

Sequence similarity is the most used form of evidence to infer relatedness, since the number of known sequences vastly outnumbers the number of known tertiary structures. In the absence of structural information, sequence similarity constrains the limits of which proteins can be assigned to a superfamily.

Structure is much more evolutionarily conserved than sequence, such that proteins with similar structures can have different sequences. Over long evolutionary timescales few residues show detectable amino acid sequence conservation , however secondary structural elements and tertiary structural motifs are conserved; some protein dynamics and conformational changes of the protein structure may be conserved, as is seen in the serpin superfamily.

Protein tertiary structure can be used to detect homology between proteins when no evidence of relatedness remains in their sequences. Structural alignment programs, such as DALI , use the 3D structure of a protein of interest to find proteins with similar folds. However, on rare occasions, related proteins may evolve to be structurally dissimilar and relatedness can only be inferred by other methods.

The catalytic mechanism of enzymes within a superfamily is conserved, although substrate specificity may be different. Catalytic residues tend to occur in the same order in the protein sequence; the families within the PA clan of proteases, although there has been divergent evolution of the catalytic triad residues used to perform catalysis, all members use a similar mechanism to perform covalent , nucleophilic catalysis on proteins, peptides or amino acids.


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