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This productively confused approach to “the sound environment as a whole” is exemplary of a more general tendency to shift from the specific to the general or apparently abstract. While perhaps not as dominant as it is within Lopez’s work, this tendency can nonetheless be heard in the work of artists such as Eric La Casa (2011), Jana Winderen (2010), Asher or Russell Haswell (2009). Taking a broad overview we might say that the practice of field recording readily identifies and documents the auditory determinants of place and identity, elements easily associated with site-specific practice. This is often heard in the amplification of peculiar details and their framing through dislocation, setting them apart from the confusion of space in general. López’s environmental recordings are exemplary of site-oriented phonographic practice, where emphasis is placed less upon the representation of place and more firmly upon the transmission of productive sonic matters appearing abstract to the ear.

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Protein elongation can occur in many ways, such as domain duplication or insertion and as recruitment of a transposable element fragment into the coding region, and it is believed to be a general tendency in protein evolution. Indeed, a previous study showed that yeast proteins are, on average, longer than their orthologs in bacteria, and in this study, we found that proteins in yeast, nematode, Drosophila, human, and Arabidopsis are, on average, longer than their orthologs in Escherichia coli. Surprisingly, however, we found conservation of protein sequence length across eukaryotic kingdoms. We collected 1,252 orthologous proteins from yeast, nematode, Drosophila, human, and Arabidopsis and found that the total length of these proteins is very similar among the five species and that there is no general tendency for a protein to increase or decrease in length. Furthermore, although paralogous proteins tend to undergo more sequence-length changes, there is also no general tendency for length increase. However, proteins that are commonly shared by Drosophila and human but not by yeast are, on average, substantially longer than proteins that are shared by yeast, Drosophila, and human. This is a puzzle that begs for an answer.

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shows more detailed comparisons of the human proteins with the ancestral proteins of yeast, nematode, Drosophila, human, and Arabidopsis. The length differences between human and ancestral protein sequences are nearly normally distributed around 0, indicating that there is a nearly equal probability for a protein to increase or decrease in length. Note that 48.7% of the 1,252 human proteins have not changed or have changed less than ±10 amino acids since their separation from the ancestral proteins () and that 68.4% of these human proteins differ from their ancestral counterparts by less than ±5% of the ancestral sequence lengths (). The same patterns are found for the 1,252 proteins in yeast, nematode, Drosophila, and Arabidopsis (data not shown). These observations suggest that there is no general tendency for eukaryotic proteins to increase in sequence length.

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It has been proposed that first protein domains evolved by recombination from a limited number of polypeptides (), followed by genetic events such as point mutations, insertions, and deletions. Insertion (including internal duplication) expands the protein sequence, providing opportunities for additional function or functional improvement (; ). A survey of genes in eukaryotes showed that internal duplications have occurred frequently in evolution, sometimes increasing the number of active sites and, thus, enhancing the protein function (see ). However, our study showed no general tendency for eukaryotic proteins to increase length; indeed, the chance for a decrease in length is as high as that for an increase in length. Because for the 1,252 commonly preserved proteins, only 402 are essential (deletion lethal) genes in yeast, functional constraint may not be the primary factor for the conservation of sequence length. Rather, the conservation in sequence length is probably mainly caused by structural constraint.

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In psychology, the most commonly used optimism/pessimism construct is dispositional optimism, which is the general tendency to expect positive outcomes, as opposed to dispositional pessimism, which is the general tendency to expect negative outcomes. Dispositional optimism/pessimism refer to broad, stable individual differences that are influenced by interactions between environment and genetics. Early interest in dispositional optimism/pessimism arose from its role in self-regulation models, because our expectations drive our responses during goal pursuit, especially when we encounter...

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Defects of a democratic government easy to be discovered – Its advantages only to be discerned by long observation – Democracy in America often inexpert, but the general tendency of the laws advantageous – In the American democracy public officers have no permanent interests distinct from those of the majority – Result of this state of things.