Best result achieving your goal in term of time

The first one is high collaboration skill, being flexible able to work with all type of people no matter what their gender and age and treat them all equally and being friendly with all of them because working as cooperatively will lead to the best result achieving your goal in term of time or effort.
And the second one is having an Integrity and open up for any criticism; having integrity and do what right without expecting any complements, apologizing for mistakes my team or I made

The findings from this research found that teenagers improved.
Their use of communication with social media in various parts of the world,
To keep in contact with their friends, several teenagers report using social media. This will potentially help teenagers, and young people remain linked with the pandemic and deal with it.

The temperature effect on purified enzyme was analyzed across a wide range from 40-70°C with the optimum activities of CMCase and β-glucosidase at 50°C and 60 °C, respectively. Therefore, further increasing temperature showed a decline in enzyme activities (Fig. 3a). In fungi, cellulase activity reached maximum temperatures, usually between 50 to 60 °C and stable until 50-55 °C (Tao et al., 2010; Liszka et al., 2012). The purified cellulase from Aspergillus terreus showed optimum activity in the range of 46 – 62 °C (Shahriarinour and Ramanan, 2015). Simultaneously, purified CMCase from halophilic fungi Aspergillus flavus (TISTR3637) exhibited maximal activity at 60 °C (Bano et al., 2019). The study described that the purified thermostable CMCase and β-glucosidase from Penicillium sp. LMI01 showed the optimum temperature at 60 °C (Santa-Rosa et al., 2018). Besides, β-glucosidases usually demonstrate maximum temperatures in the range of 40 to 60 °C (Decker et al., 2000; Monteiro et al., 2020; Langston et al., 2006). The report demonstrated that the purified β-glucosidases (BGL1 and BGL2) from Aspergillus sp. YDJ216 was optimally active at 60 °C (Oh et al., 2018). Similarly, purified endo-β-1,4-glucanase and β-glucosidases from Penicillium chrysogenum showed optimum activity at 50 °C and 60 °C, respectively (Silva et al., 2019).
The purified CMCase and β-glucosidase from Aspergillus fumigatus JCM 10253 showed stability in the temperature range of 45-65 °C. At a temperature in the range of 50 – 60 °C, the enzyme has retained 100 -120% after incubation of 1 h. At 65 °C, though, the enzyme had 85% and 103% of its initial activity after 1 h, demonstrating a significant decrease for CMCase and β-glucosidase, respectively (Fig. 3b). The CMCase and β-glucosidase by Penicillium sp. LMI01 showed thermo-stability about 95.7% of activity between 50 and 60 °C (Santa-Rosa et al., 2018). The purified cellulase from Penicillium pinophilum MS 20 exhibited stability up to 2 h at 50 °C that retained about 100% activity, which makes enzymes more suitable for cellulose saccharification at moderate temperature (Pol et al., 2012).

This research work directly binds with the undergraduate project on Orchestrator for Edge Computing Platforms to Provision Cloud Services at the Mobile Edge. Because this project is a research and development-based project, it will be proposed a new orchestrator architecture for the edge computing platforms in the research work here. At the development path, the proposed architecture will be developed in a virtual environment. Thus to provide a better development process, there should be analyzed research done on producing architecture. The request handler component is also such a part of this architecture, as mentioned previously. In that case, this research work directly binds with our undergraduate project. And the service request handling can be developed based on several algorithms. In this work request handling process will be developed using a set of blocks So that the developers can modify and adjust the feature of each of the blocks according to the scope of the orchestration. All the features will not be addressed in the undergraduate project, but the required features for dynamically resource allocation.

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