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qr barcode size restore for .net Code 2d barcode Ionoregulation Marine teleost shes maintain their internal body uids at optimal concentrations through a process of, usually, hypo-osmoregulation, by continually drinking and continually excreting excess salts. By the nature of hypo-osmoregulation, the sh must actively pump salts from the body by energetically-expensive methods against concentration gradients. When a sh is then stressed through exposure to pollutants, two things can happen. If the pollutant exhibits a non-speci c whole animal effect then the whole process of osmoregulation can be affected with the consequences described below in section However, some pollutants can act in a more targeted inhibitory manner, which can disrupt speci c physiological processes (e.g. Thaker et al., 1996; Webb & Wood, 1998). In marine teleosts, the two most obvious ionoregulatory processes are the excretion of sodium and chloride ions. However, there are instances where osmolarity and levels of sodium and chloride ions remain constant in stressed sh, but disruption of the balance of potassium ions can disrupt the sh haematology (Alkindi et al., 1996). Whole-body ionic concentrations can be employed as indicators of sublethal pollution stress. For example, whole body sodium concentration is a frequently used indicator of whole-animal stress in freshwater sh (Sayer et al., 1991a,b; Dennis & Bulger, 1995). Ionic disturbance can also be a reliable indicator of sublethal stress in marine species, although it is more apparent in dying sh (Sayer & Reader, 1996; LeRuyet et al., 1998).
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What is not yet clear about interactive TV is the nature of the majority of content that will be viewed. A few years back, there would have been little argument: it would be enhanced television programmes, with enhancement primarily being an increase in the number of channels and the addition of some level of interactivity with the programme or the associated advertising material. Things are not quite so clear today; there is a school of thought which believes that digital TV is a way of delivering access, not to broadcasters, not even to narrowcasters but to the content available on the Internet. That is, to a much, much wider spectrum of content, on a much wider range of subjects, unmediated by broadcasters or convention, by and large poorly produced and highly variable in quality, generally poor but with gems that we may nd personally of great value. This is the domain of Web-TV . In other words, the digital TV set becomes a terminal for accessing the Web. Implicit in this viewpoint, and relevant speci cally to this chapter, are the technical implications that this poses. At rst sight, there is no reason why there should be any problems. After all, we have said that a set-top box is simply a computer without a screen or keyboard. That is true, but here lie a number of problems: without a keyboard, how are we going to control the interactivity Is it possible to provide acceptable access to the Web, simply by using a TV remote control Alternatively, is it necessary to provide a keyboard, and what format should this take, bearing in mind that it will add to the price, which, in the consumer market, may be a signi cant issue In any case, what level of control do we provide This raises the question of the appropriate browser for TV set. In marketing terms, a TV set is not a computer, however similar the interior technology. It is a consumer product with a customer expectation regarding, among other things, stability and ease of operation, by unskilled users. Browsers churn regularly and are incompatible. This is not only true for browsers; it also applies to plug-ins for sound and moving images, as well as other applications. We do not know whether users will happily use their TV sets in two modes: simple, entertainment-based and also, complex IT-based. One further problem: screen size. The author was involved some years ago on video-on-demand services. We punctiliously developed our applications so that they ran, not on computer screens, but on standard TV sets, so that, in our estimation, we would not display anything on the screen that could not be viewed comfortably. We found that text at anything like the density it is usually displayed on a Web page, is extremely dif cult to see. So (rather smugly) we demonstrated large-print text to our marketing people to show them we were customer-friendly. They were nearly satis ed, but they asked us to lay on a demonstration on a real TV set in a real room. The results were disappointing. We had developed on-the-bench , close up to the set. At practical distances, a TV set subtends a very much narrower angle than does a PC screen. Text on the latter can often be completely illegible on the former.
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The following examples provide typical dispatch outcomes for speci c technologies. The examples move through the supply stack in m erit order.
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