In order to execute movements to targets in the environment, we must first select a target in which to move, generally from an array of alternatives. Hick's Law states that reaction time (RT) increases as the number of response alternatives increases. Violations of this law, however, generally in the form of the absence of a relationship between response… (More)
On infection of Escherichia coli cells by bacteriophages T4, T5 or T7, the degradation of E. coli protein fragments and abnormal proteins is inhibited. Normal E. coli proteins, however, continue to be degraded at their usual rates. T4 early proteins (s) is needed to inhibit the turnover of abnormal proteins in T4-infected E. coli cells.