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Beyond Core Cognition: Natural Number

The making of an abstract concept: Natural number

Brian Tierney. The Idea of Natural Rights: Studies on Natural Rights, Natural Law and Church Law 1150–1625. (Emory University Studies in Law and Religion, number 5.) Atlanta: Scholars. 1997. Pp. xi, 380. $24.95

Natural transformation in the Ralstonia solanacearum species complex: number and size of DNA that can be transferred

Transposition rate of the 412 retrotransposable element is independent of copy number in natural populations of Drosophila simulans.

Measuring the size of infinite collections of natural numbers: Was Cantor’s theory of infinite number inevitable?

Tandem duplication and copy number polymorphism of the SRY gene in patients with sex chromosome anomalies and males exposed to natural background radiation

Expression of leukaemia inhibitory factor and interleukin 15 in endometrium of women with recurrent implantation failure after IVF; correlation with the number of endometrial natural killer cells

Does Use of Pesticides Known to Harm Natural Enemies of Spider Mites (Acari: Tetranychidae) Result in Increased Number of Miticide Applications? An Examination of California Walnut Orchards

Jussi Hanska. Strategies of Sanity and Survival: Religious Responses to Natural Disasters in the Middle Ages. (Studia Fennica Historica, number 2.) Helsinki: Finnish Literature Society. 2002. Pp. 220. €27.00

Sachiko Kusukawa. The Transformation of Natural Philosophy: The Case of Philip Melanchthon. (Ideas in Context, number 34.) New York: Cambridge University Press. 1995. Pp. xv, 246. $59.95

B cells and natural killer cells in lymph node (LN) are independent predictors of LN size, the number of retrieved LNs and survival in stage II colon cancer

 

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A number that can count the members of a set. In effect, the natural numbers are the non negative integers, i.e. the set {0,1,2,…}.

Subjects: Computing.


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