부제 : a comparative study on conditions of a livable cityThis study compares and analyzes the conditions for a livable city and the residents’ attitudes toward them. The analysis is based on 953 cases collected from a survey in six largest cities in Korea. In the survey, four dimensions of a livable cit
The rural construction is focused on improving the rural residents’ living “livability” .In June 2014; Liaoning province issued a formal opinion on implementation of the livable rural construction, which for the realization of the great rejuve
부제 : 홍도 괭이갈매기의 알의 크기에 따른 부화율과 생존율의 차이introductionstudy areamaterials and methodsresultsdiscussionsreferencefirst and second-laid eggs are higher than the third one, as well as the livablity of the two eggs. Therefore, it could be concluded that the size of the egg and the order of egg-laying have important influences on the hatching rate and livability.
[Social Capital And Family Resource Management] A Study on the Plan to Reinforce the Resident's Capacity to Build Family-Friendly Community - Focused on Comparison with Educational Program of Livable Community Building
부제 : i. prefaceii. family -friendly community and livable community buildingiii. education program of livable community buildingiv. measure on reinforcing residents capacity for family-friendly communityv. conclusionreferences
부제 : The purpose of this study is to provide materials necessary for improving livability by comparing and analyzingt the satisfaction degree on housing environment characteristics according to the housing pattern.According to the results mixed housi
논문 ; 돈정액의 동결보존에 관한 연구 ; 1 . 보존액의 조성및 동결조건이 융해후 돈정자의 생존성에 미치는 영향 ( Articles ; Studies on the Frozen Boar Semen ; 1 . Effects of Composition of Dilutor and Frozen Conditions on the Livability of Freeze - thawed Boar Semen )
In this experiment effects of straw-size, glycerol equilibration time, thawing temperature, centrifugation of semen, kinds of diluent and addition of ethylene diaminetetraacetic acid 2 Na (E.D.T.A), egg yolk, skim milk and sugar on motility and liva