Developer’s Description

By SKG Computer Solutions

This program is a student record keeper. Using this application, you can manage the student record of any school or college. It is compatible with both 32- and 64-bit versions of Microsoft Windows.

Using this software you can store various information about students: profiles with photos, course information, fee information. It has flexible search features. You can search the record by date, by name and by course as well as create the reports which you can print or export in Microsoft Excel/Word or PDF formats

Our EasyMineXR mixed-reality software addresses a major challenge geologists face when exploring potential areas of mineralization. By blending physical and digital worlds, EasyMineXR enables visualization of subsurface conditions and transformation of mine site interpretation and characterization.

It will help you to:

  • Safely capture detailed geological and geotechnical data with pattern-drawing tools.
  • Import previous mappings, reference data, models, and wireframes as backgrounds to  enhance interpretation.
  • Render data in 3D for rapid integration into databases and geological modeling software.
  • Hold live online meetings, as in Teams or Zoom, with participants able to:
    • Stand safely “beside” rock faces with colleagues
    • Discuss geological features, with imported background data providing context
    • Map and see trace interpretations drawn by others
    • Measure plane orientations
    • Provide remote in-field training, data reviews, and reconciliation audits

      This program is a student record holder. Using this application, you can manage student enrollment from any school or college. It is compatible with both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Microsoft Windows.

      Using this software can store various information about students: profiles with photos, information of course, fee information. It has flexible search features. . You can search for the record by date, by name and course, and create reports that you can print or export to Microsoft Excel / Word or PDF format

      Requirements :

      Microsoft SQL Server, .NET Framework 3.5 or better

      Limitations :.

      6 month trial


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The highly polymorphic S-locus receptor kinase (SRK) is the stigma determinant of specificity in the self-incompatibility response of the Brassicaceae. SRK spans the plasma membrane of stigma epidermal cells, and it is activated in an allele-specific manner on binding of its extracellular region (eSRK) to its cognate pollen coat-localized S-locus cysteine-rich (SCR) ligand. SRK, like several other receptor kinases, forms dimers in the absence of ligand. To identify domains in SRK that mediate ligand-independent dimerization, we assayed eSRK for self-interaction in yeast. We show that SRK dimerization is mediated by two regions in eSRK, primarily by a C-terminal region inferred by homology modeling/fold recognition techniques to assume a PAN_APPLE-like structure, and secondarily by a region containing a signature sequence of the S-domain gene family, which might assume an EGF-like structure. We also show that eSRK exhibits a marked preference for homodimerization over heterodimerization with other eSRK variants and that this preference is mediated by a small, highly variable region within the PAN_APPLE domain. Thus, the extensive polymorphism exhibited by the eSRK not only determines differential affinity toward the SCR ligand, as has been assumed thus far, but also underlies a previously unrecognized allelic specificity in SRK dimerization. We propose that preference for SRK homodimerization explains the codominance exhibited by a majority of SRKs in the typically heterozygous stigmas of self-incompatible plants, whereas an increased propensity for heterodimerization combined with reduced affinity of heterodimers for cognate SCRs might underlie the dominant–recessive or mutual weakening relationships exhibited by some SRK allelic pairs.

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