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If you mean the cascade principle; that is a principle connected to evolution in Cellbiology.
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This is the Pauli exclusion principle. Wolfgang Pauli was a Jewish physicist, Nobel prize laureate.
principle of a totalstation
An example of the Locard Exchange Principle in a crime is if someone is strangled to death and you find a suspect with the victim's skin cells under his nails. The case is then solved. The Locard Exchange Principle helped with this case because it shows that during the contact of the victim and the murderer (during contact of two surfaces), the skin cells were left on the murderer's nails (transfer of evidence is created).
Every contact leaves a trace.
This exchange of gases does not depend how "hard" you breathe but operates on the principle of Diffusion
Edmond Locard was the first person to apply principles of forensic science to a working crime laboratory. He applied what is called the Locard's exchange principle to a working crime laboratory.
Basically, locards exchange principle or theory, simply put is: there is no perfect crime because the culprit always took something but just as likely, left something behind which may eventually lead to his/her identity. It actually more says that when two surfaces come in contact, there is always an exchange of material. Whether you realize it or not. It really has nothing to with crime in particular. Take it from me, I'm a crime scene technician.
Principle of Risk Variation. Principle of Cost of Capital. Principle of Equity Position. Principle of Maturity of Payment.
"a man of principle" "the principle of jet propulsion"
principle of theodolite is based on the principle of trigonometry.
In relation to stock-exchange, an equity market refers to a public entity through which company shares (or stock) is bought and sold depending on the basic economic principle of supply and demand.
•Principle of practical relevance•Principle of age appropriateness•Principle of motivation•Principle of self-activity / self reliance•Principle of methodological changes•Principle of securing the learning progress•