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  1. KATHERINE ISBISTER katherine.isbister@gmail.com

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    Isbister, Katherine

    KATHERINE ISBISTER katherine.isbister@gmail.com http://www.katherineinterface.com and http Research, Kyoto Visiting Researcher 10/02 12/02 katherine interface Design Consultant 1/02 ongoing Finali, September/October 2011. Laaksolahti, J., Isbister, K. and Höök, K. (2009). Using the sensual evaluation

  2. Havelock Ellis, eugenicist.

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    Crozier, Ivan

    2008-06-01

    This article examines the contributions made towards eugenic thought in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by Havelock Ellis (1859-1939). Ellis was a significant social reformer who worked on the problems of sexuality from a scientific-naturalist secular perspective. In the later phases of his work, after he had completed much of his writing on sexuality, Ellis concentrated on issues of feminism and eugenics--problems he thought were interlinked. In this paper, I integrate his ideas about these subjects, and consider the ways in which Ellis and other liberal social reformers created a 'eugenic subject' in order to frame their arguments about social problems. PMID:18534349

  3. Katherine Oral History

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    Albin, Tami

    2014-03-13

    implants, not at that time, at all. We had horses, we had dogs, cats. I was always—somebody was always giving me a hog-nosed snake or a lizard or—I remember having grasshoppers. You know those big grasshoppers that eat—they can eat a grape, big ones.... KATHERINE: So there was Irene and Charles and Neal and my mother, Burnis. So she grew up on a ranch riding horses. My grandmother was also a home economics teacher. So they were—in many ways the feeling I get is they were really like upper- class...

  4. Katherine Miller Interim Executive Director

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    Azevedo, Ricardo

    . Construction Project Manager Eva Lyon CADD Specialist Chad Thome Sr. IT Business Analyst Brittanee Adams Interim Executive Administrative Assistant Katherine Miller Principal Construction Project Manager Administrative Assistant Kim Barras Administrative Coordinator James Regan Senior Facilities Project Inspector

  5. Opening - Katherine Hoadley, TCGA Scientific Symposium 2015

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    Home News and Events Multimedia Library Videos Opening - Katherine Hoadley, TCGA Scientific Symposium 2015 Opening - Katherine Hoadley, TCGA Scientific Symposium 2015 You will need Adobe Flash Player 8 or later and JavaScript enabled to view this

  6. Ellis-Van Creveld Syndrome By Gabriel Washington

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    Brutlag, Doug

    dysplasia Six-fingered Dwarfism #12;Ellis-Van Creveld Syndrome Chrondroectodermal dysplasia Six-fingered Dwarfism #12;Ellis-Van Creveld Syndrome #12;Ellis-Van Creveld Syndrome #12;Ellis-Van Creveld Syndrome #12

  7. Ellis--Page 1 Colter Ellis, Ph.D.

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    Maxwell, Bruce D.

    . Knight, and Colter Ellis. "Testing the Link Between Animal Abuse and Intimate Partner Violence: Findings, Animals & Society, and Social Psychology. Education Ph.D. 2011. Department of Sociology, University of Colorado at Boulder. Dissertation Title: Breeding Inequality: Human-Animal Relationships in Beef Production

  8. Dynamic Light-Weight Groups Katherine Guo

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    Rodrigues, Luís E.T.

    Dynamic Light-Weight Groups Katherine Guo Department of Computer Science Cornell University kguo supported by the CEC, through ESPRIT/ BRA Working Group 26 (GODC) and the ARPA/ONR grant N00014-92-J-1866. 1

  9. Extrait des dispositions principales du Rglement sur le personnel de l'Universit applicables aux membres du personnel administratif et technique ANNEXE AU CONTRAT DE DROIT PRIVE

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    Halazonetis, Thanos

    membres du personnel administratif et technique 1 ANNEXE AU CONTRAT DE DROIT PRIVE Nous attirons dispositions du Titre III de la présente partie ; b) aux dispositions du contrat ; c) à titre subsidiaire, à la décembre 1973. Art. 210 Principes de l'engagement 1 L'engagement fait l'objet d'un contrat de travail de

  10. Learning through Discussions Ellis, R.A.

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    Calvo, Rafael A.

    to focus on quality learning through discussions in which quality learning is defined as a deep engagement1 Learning through Discussions Ellis, R.A. Institute of Teaching and Learning University of Sydney Ellis, R.A. Institute of Teaching and Learning F07 - Carslaw The University of Sydney NSW 2006 Australia

  11. Katherine Anne Porter on Her Contemporaries.

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    Bridges, Phyllis

    Personal experiences with and critical judgments of leading artists and intellectuals of the twentieth century are recorded in Katherine Anne Porter's essays, letters and conversations which provide snapshots of her attitudes and encounters. Porter's commentaries about such contemporaries as Ernest Hemingway, William Faulkner, Saul Bellow,…

  12. DISTILL: Learning Domain-Specific Planners by Example Elly Winner ELLY@CS.CMU.EDU

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    Veloso, Manuela M.

    DISTILL: Learning Domain-Specific Planners by Example Elly Winner ELLY@CS.CMU.EDU Manuela Veloso present the DISTILL algorithm for learning dsPlanners automatically from example plans. DISTILL converts that the dsPlan- ners automatically learned by DISTILL com- pactly represent its domain-specific planning ex

  13. , Katherine Isbister , , Clifford Nass Designing a Helper Agent

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    Nakanishi, Hideyuki

    107 , Katherine Isbister , , Clifford Nass NTT Designing a Helper Agent for Communication in a Virtual Space Hideyuki Nakanishi , Katherine Isbister , Toru Ishida , and Clifford Nass Department on Information and Systems, E77-D(12), pp.1344-1349 (1994). 3) Waters, R.C. and Barrus, J.W.: The Rise of Shared

  14. Ellie Mannette: Master of the Steel Drum.

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    Svaline, J. Marc

    2001-01-01

    Presents an interview with Elliot ("Ellie") Mannette who has played a major role in the development and application of steel drums. States that he has spent most of his life designing and teaching the steel drums. Covers interview topics and background information on Mannette. (CMK)

  15. (12) United States Patent Ellis et al.

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    Shamos, Michael I.

    : Michael D. Ellis, Boulder, CO (US); Thomas R. Lemmons, Sand Springs, OK (US); William L. Thomas, Bixby, OK,605,964 A 8/1986 Chard 4,694,490 A 9/1987 Harvey eta!. 4,718,107 A 1!1988 Hayes 4,857,999 A 8/1989 Welsh 4 a!. 10/1993 Vogel 8/1994 Harvey et a!. (Continued) FOREIGN PATENT DOCUMENTS wo 88/04507 wo 94

  16. 78 FR 13376 - Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Cottonwood Cove and Katherine Landing Development...

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    ...Cove and Katherine Landing Development Concept Plans, Clark County...Cove and Katherine Landing Development Concept Plans, Lake Mead...operations; and socioeconomic environment. DATES: The National Park...INFORMATION: The purpose of the development concept plans is to...

  17. 78 FR 13376 - Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Cottonwood Cove and Katherine Landing Development...

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    2013-02-27

    ... National Park Service Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Cottonwood Cove and Katherine Landing... Impact Statement (EIS) for the Cottonwood Cove and Katherine Landing Development Concept Plans, Lake Mead...-based management zones and included development concept plans for Cottonwood Cove and Katherine...

  18. GPCR Mediated Regulation of Synaptic Transmission Katherine M. Betke, Christopher A. Wells, and Heidi E. Hamm*

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    Alford, Simon

    GPCR Mediated Regulation of Synaptic Transmission Katherine M. Betke, Christopher A. Wells @ Pierce, Nashville, Tennessee 37232-6600 Katherine M. Betke: katherine.m.betke@Vanderbilt.Edu; Christopher(3): 304­321. doi:10.1016/j.pneurobio.2012.01.009. NIH

  19. Second Language Acquisition Research: A Response to Rod Ellis.

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    Hopkins, Diana; Nettle, Mark

    1994-01-01

    Two practicing English-as-a-Foreign-Language (EFL teachers respond to Rod Ellis' January 1993 article in "ELT Journal," which discussed importance of grammar instruction in EFL classrooms. Argues some of Ellis' assumptions about current classroom practices are inaccurate and a number of his "alternative" approaches to teaching grammar, such as…

  20. GRAVITATIONAL MICROLENSING BY THE ELLIS WORMHOLE

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    Abe, F.

    2010-12-10

    A method to calculate light curves of the gravitational microlensing of the Ellis wormhole is derived in the weak-field limit. In this limit, lensing by the wormhole produces one image outside the Einstein ring and another image inside. The weak-field hypothesis is a good approximation in Galactic lensing if the throat radius is less than 10{sup 11} km. The light curves calculated have gutters of approximately 4% immediately outside the Einstein ring crossing times. The magnification of the Ellis wormhole lensing is generally less than that of Schwarzschild lensing. The optical depths and event rates are calculated for the Galactic bulge and Large Magellanic Cloud fields according to bound and unbound hypotheses. If the wormholes have throat radii between 100 and 10{sup 7} km, are bound to the galaxy, and have a number density that is approximately that of ordinary stars, detection can be achieved by reanalyzing past data. If the wormholes are unbound, detection using past data is impossible.

  1. MULTICAST GROUPING FOR DATA DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT Katherine L. Morse

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    Zyda, Michael

    MULTICAST GROUPING FOR DATA DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT Katherine L. Morse Epsilon Systems Solutions of the High Level Architecture (HLA) (DMSO 1998; Morse and Steinman 1997) Data Distribution Management (DDM as interest management, relevance filtering, and data subscription. See (Morse 2000) for an extensive survey

  2. Vectors of Gene Therapy KATHERINE PARKER PONDER, M.D.

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    Ponder, Katherine P.

    CHAPTER 4 Vectors of Gene Therapy KATHERINE PARKER PONDER, M.D. INTRODUCTION Currently, gene therapy refers to the transfer of a gene that encodes a functional protein into a cell or the transfer that direct RNA processing such as polyadenylation. A second class of gene therapy involves altering

  3. Katherine the Great: There Couldn't Be a Better Choice for Our New Kids' Book Ambassador than Katherine Paterson

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    Horning, Kathleen T.

    2010-01-01

    Mere days before the announcement of the new children's book ambassador, speculation was still running wild. However, when the Library of Congress introduced Katherine Paterson as the new kids' book ambassador on January 5, the choice was greeted with unrivaled enthusiasm. A two-time winner of the Newbery Medal (for "Bridge to Terabithia" and…

  4. Roger Ellis Millsap (1954-2014).

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    Markus, Keith A

    2015-12-01

    Roger Ellis Millsap died suddenly May 7, 2014, in Tempe, Arizona, after a brief hospitalization. Roger contributed to psychology through leading-edge scholarship on measurement theory and latent variable modeling, as a gifted educator, and in several leadership roles. Roger served as a consulting editor to Applied Psychological Measurement and Structural Equation Modeling, as well as book review editor for Applied Psychological Measurement (1991-1998). He served as editor of Multivariate Behavioral Research (MBR, 1996-2006) and editor of Psychometrika (2007-2014). He is credited with strengthening both journals during his tenure as editor. Roger served as president of the Society of Multivariate Experimental Psychology (SMEP, 2001-2002), Division 5 of the American Psychological Association (then Measurement, Evaluation, & Statistics, 2004-2005), and the Psychometric Society in 2006-2007. Roger presented 70 papers between 1984 and 2014. (PsycINFO Database Record PMID:26653321

  5. Genetics Home Reference: Ellis-van Creveld syndrome

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    ... and Families Resources for Health Professionals What glossary definitions help with understanding Ellis-van Creveld syndrome? autosomal ; autosomal recessive ; cell ; dwarfism ; dysplasia ; embryo ; gene ; inherited ; polydactyly ; population ; prevalence ; protein ; recessive ; short stature ; stature ; syndrome You ...

  6. 75. SACRED HEART SCHOOL, 1324 ELLIS STREET SOUTH (REAR ELEVATION ...

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    75. SACRED HEART SCHOOL, 1324 ELLIS STREET SOUTH (REAR ELEVATION FROM GREENE STREET 56/61A - Greene Street Historic District, Greene Street, Gordon Highway to Augusta Canal Bridge, Augusta, Richmond County, GA

  7. Cosmic acceleration, inflation, dark matter, and dark `energy' in one neat package Homer G. Ellis

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    Ellis, Homer

    adiabatic fluid'' of ``density'' µ, pressure p (a form # URL: http://euclid.colorado.edu/ ~ ellis; Electronic address: ellis@euclid.colorado.edu of kinetic energy), and proper 4­velocity distribution u # , he

  8. In vitro antioxidant activity of polysaccharide from Gardenia jasminoides ellis

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    Fan, Y.; Ge, Z.; Luo, A.

    2011-01-01

    A water-soluble polysaccharide, GP, was isolated from Gardenia jasminoides Ellis through hot water extraction followed by ethanol precipitation. The in vitro free radicals scavenging tests exhibited that GP has significant scavenging abilities especially for ABTS, DPPH, and hydroxyl radicals, which suggests that the polysaccharide GP is a novel antioxidant. ?? 2011 Academic Journals.

  9. Mathematics Department-University of Kansas Ellis B. Stouffer Colloquium

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    Pasik-Duncan, Bozenna

    Mathematics Department-University of Kansas Ellis B. Stouffer Colloquium Stock Trading: How Seminar Room Weekly seminars are posted on our web site at www.math.ku.edu Trading a stock involves a sequence of decisions to buy and sell the security over time. Traditional trading strategies include: buy

  10. c12) United States Patent Ellis et al.

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    Shamos, Michael I.

    : Michael D. Ellis, Boulder, CO (US); Thomas R. Lemmons, Sand Springs, OK (US); William L. Thomas, Bixby, OK,605,964 A 4,694,490 A 10/1982 George et al. 7/1986 Freeman 8/1986 Chard 9/1987 Harvey et a!. SERVICE PROVIDER PROFil.E#1 ~11 Harvey eta!. 5

  11. The Language Demographics of Amazon Mechanical Turk Ellie Pavlick1

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    The Language Demographics of Amazon Mechanical Turk Ellie Pavlick1 Matt Post2 Ann Irvine2 Dmitry by conducting the first large-scale demographic study of the languages spoken by workers on the platform for deter- mining the language demographics of anonymous crowd workers that is more robust than simple sur

  12. Evolving Science in Adolescence: Comment on Ellis et al. (2012)

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    Dodge, Kenneth A.; Albert, Dustin

    2012-01-01

    Ellis et al. (2012) bring an evolutionary perspective to bear on adolescent risky behavioral development, clinical practice, and public policy. The authors offer important insights that (a) some risky behaviors may be adaptive for the individual and the species by being hard-wired due to fitness benefits and (b) interventions might be more…

  13. TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION DEFERMENT USING PV AND ENERGY , Abraham Ellis

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    TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION DEFERMENT USING PV AND ENERGY STORAGE Mark Ralph 1 , Abraham Ellis 1 involves replacement of a station transformer. T&D VALUE OF PV GENERATION At the local distribution system several distribution stations in Salt Lake City were analyzed. The data included historical 15 minute load

  14. THE ECHO NEST MUSICAL FINGERPRINT Daniel P.W. Ellis

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    Ellis, Dan

    THE ECHO NEST MUSICAL FINGERPRINT Daniel P.W. Ellis Columbia University LabROSA dpwe}@echonest.com ABSTRACT We will discuss the methodology and accuracy of the Echo Nest Musical Fingerprint (ENMFP), an open-source fin- gerprint code generator and query server that works on mu- sic files. We define fingerprinting

  15. Evaluating User Privacy in Bitcoin Elli Androulaki1

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    Capkun, Srdjan

    Evaluating User Privacy in Bitcoin Elli Androulaki1 , Ghassan O. Karame2 , Marc Roeschlin1 , Tobias.karame@neclab.eu Abstract. Bitcoin is quickly emerging as a popular digital payment system. How- ever, in spite of its reliance on pseudonyms, Bitcoin raises a number of privacy concerns due to the fact that all

  16. Gravity-Driven Thin Film Flow of an Ellis Fluid

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    Kheyfets, Vitaly O.

    2014-01-01

    The thin film lubrication approximation has been studied extensively for moving contact lines of Newtonian fluids. However, many industrial and biological applications of the thin film equation involve shear-thinning fluids, which often also exhibit a Newtonian plateau at low shear. This study presents new numerical simulations of the three-dimensional (i.e. two-dimensional spreading), constant-volume, gravity-driven, free surface flow of an Ellis fluid. The numerical solution was validated with a new similarity solution, compared to previous experiments, and then used in a parametric study. The parametric study centered around rheological data for an example biological application of thin film flow: topical drug delivery of anti-HIV microbicide formulations, e.g. hydroxyethylcellulose (HEC) polymer solutions. The parametric study evaluated how spreading length and front velocity saturation depend on Ellis parameters. A lower concentration polymer solution with smaller zero shear viscosity (?0), ?1/2, and ? values spread further. However, when comparing any two fluids with any possible combinations of Ellis parameters, the impact of changing one parameter on spreading length depends on the direction and magnitude of changes in the other two parameters. In addition, the isolated effect of the shear-thinning parameter, ?, on the front velocity saturation depended on ?1/2. This study highlighted the relative effects of the individual Ellis parameters, and showed that the shear rates in this flow were in both the shear-thinning and plateau regions of rheological behavior, emphasizing the importance of characterizing the full range of shear-rates in rheological measurements. The validated numerical model and parametric study provides a useful tool for future steps to optimize flow of a fluid with rheological behavior well-described by the Ellis constitutive model, in a range of industrial and biological applications. PMID:25309029

  17. Gravity-Driven Thin Film Flow of an Ellis Fluid.

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    Kheyfets, Vitaly O; Kieweg, Sarah L

    2013-12-01

    The thin film lubrication approximation has been studied extensively for moving contact lines of Newtonian fluids. However, many industrial and biological applications of the thin film equation involve shear-thinning fluids, which often also exhibit a Newtonian plateau at low shear. This study presents new numerical simulations of the three-dimensional (i.e. two-dimensional spreading), constant-volume, gravity-driven, free surface flow of an Ellis fluid. The numerical solution was validated with a new similarity solution, compared to previous experiments, and then used in a parametric study. The parametric study centered around rheological data for an example biological application of thin film flow: topical drug delivery of anti-HIV microbicide formulations, e.g. hydroxyethylcellulose (HEC) polymer solutions. The parametric study evaluated how spreading length and front velocity saturation depend on Ellis parameters. A lower concentration polymer solution with smaller zero shear viscosity (? 0), ? 1/2, and ? values spread further. However, when comparing any two fluids with any possible combinations of Ellis parameters, the impact of changing one parameter on spreading length depends on the direction and magnitude of changes in the other two parameters. In addition, the isolated effect of the shear-thinning parameter, ?, on the front velocity saturation depended on ? 1/2. This study highlighted the relative effects of the individual Ellis parameters, and showed that the shear rates in this flow were in both the shear-thinning and plateau regions of rheological behavior, emphasizing the importance of characterizing the full range of shear-rates in rheological measurements. The validated numerical model and parametric study provides a useful tool for future steps to optimize flow of a fluid with rheological behavior well-described by the Ellis constitutive model, in a range of industrial and biological applications. PMID:25309029

  18. Multiplication végétative in vitro de Gardenia jasminoïdes Ellis: In vitro Vegetative Multiplication of Gardenia jasminoïdes Ellis.

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    Dumanois, C; Godin, B; Bigot, C

    1984-11-01

    The vegetative propagation in vitro of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis, an ornamental shrub producing secondary metabolites useful in perfumery and pharmacy, has been investigated. In the presence of benzylaminopurine (0.3 to 1 mg l(-1)) and indoleacetic acid (1 mg l(-1)), axillary shoots arose from nodes of greenhause plants, but a decrease of morphogenic activity was noticed in subcultures. Mother plants have been developed in vitro from which shoots may be taken with the most effective system being a monthly subculture of nodal explants. As many as one million shoots per year could, theoretically, be produced from one shoot grown in vitro. Rooting occurred easily in three weeks in vitro in the presence of indoleacetic acid (1 mg l(-1)) and charcoal (2 g l(-1)) or in vivo by soaking the base of the shoot in the same auxin for two hours. After acclimatization, the rooted plants developed and flowered normally. The successive stages have been sufficiently well monitored to be used as an effective means of vegetative propagation. PMID:23195380

  19. Grantee Spotlight: Katherine Briant, MPH, CHES - Bridging Community Cancer Education Efforts with Health Disparities Research

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    Every day brings new opportunities to support community outreach and research as Katherine Briant, M.P.H., C.H.E.S. endeavors to improve the health of disparity communities in the state of Washington.

  20. A Dynamic Light Weight Group Service \\Lambda Lu'is Rodrigues Katherine Guo

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    Rodrigues, Luís E.T.

    A Dynamic Light Weight Group Service \\Lambda Lu'is Rodrigues Katherine Guo and Ant'onio Sargento) and the ARPA/ONR grant N00014­92­J­1866. 1 #12; 1 Introduction Virtually synchronous group communication [1, 2

  1. The Medicines of Katherine, Duchess of Norfolk, 1463–71

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    Kleineke, Hannes

    2015-01-01

    This article discusses the medicinal remedies consumed at the court of the Yorkist kings of England in the light of a lawsuit in the court of common pleas (edited in an appendix) between John Clerk, king’s apothecary to Edward IV, and Katherine Neville, Duchess of Norfolk, over the partial non-payment of the apothecary’s bills. It argues that the consumption of apothecaries’ wares in large quantities was not merely a direct result of the excessive diet of the late medieval aristocracy, but in itself represented a facet of the conspicuous consumption inherent in the lifestyle of this particular social class. The remedies supplied by Clerk over a period of several years and listed in the legal record are set in the context of contemporary collections of medical recipes, particularly a ‘dispensary’ in the British Library’s Harleian collection generally attributed to the king’s apothecary. PMID:26352302

  2. The Medicines of Katherine, Duchess of Norfolk, 1463-71.

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    Kleineke, Hannes

    2015-10-01

    This article discusses the medicinal remedies consumed at the court of the Yorkist kings of England in the light of a lawsuit in the court of common pleas (edited in an appendix) between John Clerk, king's apothecary to Edward IV, and Katherine Neville, Duchess of Norfolk, over the partial non-payment of the apothecary's bills. It argues that the consumption of apothecaries' wares in large quantities was not merely a direct result of the excessive diet of the late medieval aristocracy, but in itself represented a facet of the conspicuous consumption inherent in the lifestyle of this particular social class. The remedies supplied by Clerk over a period of several years and listed in the legal record are set in the context of contemporary collections of medical recipes, particularly a 'dispensary' in the British Library's Harleian collection generally attributed to the king's apothecary. PMID:26352302

  3. 75 FR 38768 - Rehabilitation of Floodwater Retarding Structure No. 10 of the Mountain Creek Watershed, Ellis...

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    ...DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Natural Resources Conservation Service Rehabilitation...Ellis County, TX AGENCY: Natural Resources Conservation Service. ACTION...40 CFR part 1500); and the Natural Resources Conservation Service...

  4. 75 FR 38768 - Rehabilitation of Floodwater Retarding Structure No. 10 of the Mountain Creek Watershed, Ellis...

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    ... Mountain Creek Watershed, Ellis County, TX AGENCY: Natural Resources Conservation Service. ACTION: Notice... prepared for the rehabilitation of Floodwater Retarding Structure No. 10 of the Mountain Creek...

  5. 78 FR 74009 - Safety Zone; Nike Fireworks, Upper New York Bay, Ellis Island, NY

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    ..., 2011 (76 FR 69614). ] Table 1 1. Nike Fireworks Ellis Launch site: A barge located Island Safety Zone... From the Federal Register Online via the Government Printing Office DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY Coast Guard 33 CFR Part 165 Safety Zone; Nike Fireworks, Upper New York Bay, Ellis Island,...

  6. W.Park, Ilo Jou, Paul A. Roche and Katherine Young Ho Suh, Ji-Young Park, Sangwook

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    Alford, Simon

    Roche W.Park, Ilo Jou, Paul A. Roche and Katherine Young Ho Suh, Ji-Young Park, Sangwook 2013, 288:17544-17551.J. Biol. Chem. 10.1074/jbc.M112.439513Access the most updated version , Ji-Young Park , Sangwook Park , Ilo Jou , Paul A. Roche§ , and Katherine W. Roche¶2 From

  7. , 20133039, published 5 March 20142812014Proc. R. Soc. B Katherine L. Mansfield, Jeanette Wyneken, Warren P. Porter and Jiangang Luo

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    Turner, Monica G.

    , 20133039, published 5 March 20142812014Proc. R. Soc. B Katherine L. Mansfield, Jeanette Wyneken, Caretta caretta, thermal niche Author for correspondence: Katherine L. Mansfield e-mail: kate.mansfield Cite this article: Mansfield KL, Wyneken J, Porter WP, Luo J. 2014 First satellite tracks of neonate

  8. Guaiane-type sesquiterpenoid glucosides from Gardenia jasminoides Ellis.

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    Yu, Yang; Gao, Hao; Dai, Yi; Xiao, Gao-Keng; Zhu, Hua-Jie; Yao, Xin-Sheng

    2011-05-01

    Two new guaiane-type sesquiterpenoid glucosides (1 and 2) were isolated from the fruit of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis. Their structures were elucidated to be (1R,7R,10S)-11-O-?-D-glucopyranosyl-4-guaien-3-one (1) and (1R,7R,10S)-7-hydroxy-11-O-?-D-glucopyranosyl-4-guaien-3-one (2) by one- and two-dimensional NMR techniques ((1)H NMR, (13)C NMR, HSQC, HMBC and NOESY), MS, CD spectrometry and chemical methods. PMID:21491483

  9. Chemical constituents from the fruits of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis.

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    Yu, Yang; Feng, Xiao-Lin; Gao, Hao; Xie, Zuo-Lei; Dai, Yi; Huang, Xiao-Jun; Kurihara, Hiroshi; Ye, Wen-Cai; Zhong, Yi; Yao, Xin-Sheng

    2012-04-01

    A new lignan glucoside, (+)-(7S,8R,8'R)-lyoniresinol 9-O-?-D-(6?-O-trans-sinapoyl)glucopyranoside (1), and a new iridoid glucoside, 10-O-trans-sinapoylgeniposide (2), together with eight known compounds, were isolated from the fruits of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis. The structures of the isolates were elucidated by extensive spectroscopic studies, including UV, IR, 1D and 2D NMR, ESI-MS, HR-ESI-MS, and CD experiments. The short-term-memory-enhancement activities of some compounds were evaluated on an A? transgenic drosophila model. PMID:22245087

  10. Ellis-van Creveld syndrome: A rare clinical entity

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    Kamal, Reet; Dahiya, Parveen; Kaur, Simerpreet; Bhardwaj, Rohit; Chaudhary, Karun

    2013-01-01

    Ellis-van Creveld (EVC) syndrome is a genetic disorder with autosomal recessive transmission, which may clinically present as small stature, short limbs, fine sparse hair, hypoplastic fingernails, multiple musculofibrous frenula, conical teeth, hypoplasia of the enamel, hypodontia, and malocclusion. Heart defects, especially abnormalities of atrial septation, have been found in about 60% of cases. The mutation in EVC and EVC2 gene is responsible for this syndrome. The presence of multiple orodental findings makes this syndrome important for dentists. The aim of this article is to present a rare case of EVC syndrome in a 10-year-old girl along with the review of literature. PMID:23798848

  11. Thrust Bearing with Rough Surfaces Lubricated by an Ellis Fluid

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    Walicka, A.; Walicki, E.; Jurczak, P.; Falicki, J.

    2014-11-01

    In the paper the influence of bearing surfaces roughness on the pressure distribution and load-carrying capacity of a thrust bearing is discussed. The equations of motion of an Ellis pseudo-plastic fluid are used to derive the Reynolds equation. After general considerations on the flow in a bearing clearance and using the Christensen theory of hydrodynamic rough lubrication the modified Reynolds equation is obtained. The analytical solutions of this equation for the cases of a squeeze film bearing and an externally pressurized bearing are presented. As a result one obtains the formulae expressing pressure distribution and load-carrying capacity. A thrust radial bearing is considered as a numerical example.

  12. ASTROMETRIC IMAGE CENTROID DISPLACEMENTS DUE TO GRAVITATIONAL MICROLENSING BY THE ELLIS WORMHOLE

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    Toki, Yukiharu; Kitamura, Takao; Asada, Hideki; Abe, Fumio

    2011-10-20

    Continuing work initiated in an earlier publication, we study the gravitational microlensing effects of the Ellis wormhole in the weak-field limit. First, we find a suitable coordinate transformation, such that the lens equation and analytic expressions of the lensed image positions can become much simpler. Second, we prove that two images always appear for the weak-field lens by the Ellis wormhole. By using these analytic results, we discuss astrometric image centroid displacements due to gravitational microlensing by the Ellis wormhole. The astrometric image centroid trajectory by the Ellis wormhole is different from the standard one by a spherical lensing object that is expressed by the Schwarzschild metric. The anomalous shift of the image centroid by the Ellis wormhole lens is smaller than that by the Schwarzschild lens, provided that the impact parameter and the Einstein ring radius are the same. Therefore, the lensed image centroid by the Ellis wormhole moves slower. Such a difference, although it is very small, will be, in principle, applicable for detecting or constraining the Ellis wormhole by using future high-precision astrometry observations. In particular, the image centroid position gives us additional information, so that the parameter degeneracy existing in photometric microlensing can be partially broken. The anomalous shift reaches the order of a few micro arcseconds, if our galaxy hosts a wormhole with throat radius larger than 10{sup 5} km. When the source moves tangentially to the Einstein ring, for instance, the maximum position shift of the image centroid by the Ellis wormhole is 0.18 normalized by the Einstein ring radius. For the same source trajectory, the maximum difference between the centroid displacement by the Ellis wormhole lens and that by the Schwarzschild one with the same Einstein ring radius is -0.16 in the units of the Einstein radius, where the negative means that the astrometric displacement by the Ellis wormhole lens is smaller than that by the Schwarzschild one.

  13. Howard Andrew Knox and the origins of performance testing on Ellis Island, 1912-1916.

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    Richardson, John T E

    2003-05-01

    Howard Andrew Knox was Assistant Surgeon at the immigration station at Ellis Island, New York, between April 1912 and May 1916. In response to public disquiet that the physicians at Ellis Island were failing to prevent mentally retarded people from entering the country, Knox and his colleagues assembled a collection of performance tests that could be administered to potential immigrants with little knowledge of the English language. They were subsequently used in clinical practice and in educational, psychological, and social research. Because of the early work done at Ellis Island, it is nowadays taken for granted that any adequate measure of intelligence must include both verbal and performance subtests. PMID:12822554

  14. Parallel Languages and Compilers: Perspective from the Titanium Experience Katherine Yelick1,2

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    California at Berkeley, University of

    Parallel Languages and Compilers: Perspective from the Titanium Experience Katherine Yelick1 of Titanium--an explicitly parallel dialect of JavaTM for high-performance scientific programming--and our experiences in building applications with the language. Specifically, we address Titanium's Partitioned Global

  15. A Comparison of Methods for Tongue Shape Analysis Katherine M. Dawson1

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    Edinburgh, University of

    A Comparison of Methods for Tongue Shape Analysis Katherine M. Dawson1 , Douglas H. Whalen1, 2. Canadian Acoustics, 41(1), 11-15. Van Otterloo, P.J. (1988). A contour-oriented approach to digital shape., Walker, J. E., & Bowie, J. E. (1974). An analysis technique for biological shape. I. Information

  16. katherine henderson Pathology Slide Scanning rev1 Page 1 10/21/14 Scanning in Pathology

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    katherine henderson Pathology Slide Scanning rev1 Page 1 10/21/14 Scanning in Pathology Pathology and multi-function printers, which also allow scanning. Whole Slide Scanning for Virtual Pathology: Use be dropped off in Surgpath Available Spectrum Server/ Pathology Digital Slide Collection Use Path course

  17. Candy and the brain: neural response to candy gains Katherine R. Luking & Deanna M. Barch

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    Candy and the brain: neural response to candy gains and losses Katherine R. Luking & Deanna M-guessing game (CGG), in which candy pieces delivered postscan served as the rein- forcer, to investigate neural of candy on the basis of their ability to guess the number on a mystery card. BOLD activity was compared

  18. Statistical Models for Partial Membership Katherine A. Heller heller@gatsby.ucl.ac.uk

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    Ghahramani, Zoubin

    Statistical Models for Partial Membership Katherine A. Heller heller@gatsby.ucl.ac.uk Sinead Williamson saw56@cam.ac.uk Zoubin Ghahramani zoubin@eng.cam.ac.uk Engineering Department, University membership. Partial membership is also the cornerstone of fuzzy set theory. While in traditional set theory

  19. Autonomous Vehicle With Artificial Intelligence AJ Mieskolainen, Katherine Liong,Michelle Glickman

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    Kay, Jennifer S.

    Autonomous Vehicle With Artificial Intelligence AJ Mieskolainen, Katherine Liong,Michelle Glickman to spin the reel that is used to measure the distance of the drop. ½ Infrared: (Analog) This sensor Motors: Finds the edge of the surface and measures the depth of the drop. 1) Infrared Sensor(IR) detects

  20. Optimizing Sparse Matrix Vector Multiplication on SMPs \\Lambda EunJin Im and Katherine Yelick y

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    Yelick, Katherine

    Optimizing Sparse Matrix Vector Multiplication on SMPs \\Lambda Eun­Jin Im and Katherine Yelick y Abstract We describe optimizations of sparse matrix­vector multiplication on uniprocessors and SMPs, and how the performance benefits depend on matrix structure. 1 Introduction Sparse matrix

  1. Newton's law-constitutive approach to bodies: a response to Descartes Katherine Brading

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    Brading, Katherine

    subject-matter, but what are these bodies? If Newton's three laws of motion are to say anythingNewton's law-constitutive approach to bodies: a response to Descartes Katherine Brading Abstract In his Principia Newton offers us a science of bodies in motion. Such a science has bodies as its subject

  2. Incorporating Microbial Biology into Science Fair Activities and More Katherine Roseguo, Science Teacher,

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    Incorporating Microbial Biology into Science Fair Activities and More Katherine Roseguo, Science it. Upon returning, some of my 6th grade students did their science fair projects on microbiology black soldier fly larvae and they did! They found that exciting. This year my 7th graders (Life Science

  3. Randomized Algorithms for Fast Bayesian Hierarchical Clustering Katherine A. Heller and Zoubin Ghahramani

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    Ghahramani, Zoubin

    -up approximate inference method for a Dirichlet process (i.e. countably infinite) mixture model (DPM). WhileRandomized Algorithms for Fast Bayesian Hierarchical Clustering Katherine A. Heller and Zoubin,zoubin}@gatsby.ucl.ac.uk October 18, 2005 Abstract We present two new algorithms for fast Bayesian Hierarchical Clustering on large

  4. Neuroanatomical correlates of intelligence Eileen Luders, Katherine L. Narr, Paul M. Thompson, Arthur W. Toga

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    Thompson, Paul

    Corpus callosum MRI 1. Introduction The substrate of human intelligence has been a topic of considerable unique opportunities to examine the biological essence of human intelligence. The goal of this articleNeuroanatomical correlates of intelligence Eileen Luders, Katherine L. Narr, Paul M. Thompson

  5. RLWE CRYPTOGRAPHY FOR THE NUMBER THEORIST YARA ELIAS, KRISTIN E. LAUTER, EKIN OZMAN, KATHERINE E. STANGE

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    Stange, Katherine E.

    RLWE CRYPTOGRAPHY FOR THE NUMBER THEORIST YARA ELIAS, KRISTIN E. LAUTER, EKIN OZMAN, KATHERINE E modulo q. 1. Introduction Public key cryptography relies on the existence of hard open computa- tional. Hard mathematical problems based on lattices were first suggested as the basis for cryptography almost

  6. Ellis-van Creveld Syndrome: Mutations Uncovered in Lebanese Families

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    Valencia, Maria; Tabet, Lara; Yazbeck, Nadine; Araj, Alia; Ruiz-Perez, Victor L.; Charaffedine, Khalil; Fares, Farah; Badra, Rebecca

    2015-01-01

    Background. Ellis-van Creveld (EvC) syndrome is a rare, autosomal recessive disorder characterized by short stature, short limbs, growth retardation, polydactyly, and ectodermal defects with cardiac anomalies occurring in around 60% of cases. EVC syndrome has been linked to mutations in EVC and EVC2 genes. Case Presentation. We report EvC syndrome in two unrelated Lebanese families both having homozygous mutations in the EVC2 gene, c.2653C>T (p.(Arg885*)) and c.2012_2015del (p.(Leu671*)) in exons 15 and 13, respectively, with the latter being reported for the first time. Conclusion. Although EvC has been largely described in the medical literature, clinical features of this syndrome vary. While more research is required to explore other genes involved in EvC, early diagnosis and therapeutic care are important to achieve a better quality of life. PMID:26064711

  7. Ashline and Ellis-Monaghan Interdisciplinary Population Projects INTERDISCIPLINARY POPULATION PROJECTS IN A FIRST

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    Ashline, George

    elementary models of population growth in interdisciplinary class projects. Using the tools of calculus course in our continuing education department. We extended the idea of exploring the population growthAshline and Ellis-Monaghan Interdisciplinary Population Projects INTERDISCIPLINARY POPULATION

  8. Chemical fingerprinting of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis by HPLC-DAD-ESI-MS combined with chemometrics methods.

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    Han, Yan; Wen, Jun; Zhou, Tingting; Fan, Guorong

    2015-12-01

    A fingerprint analysis method has been developed for characterization and discrimination of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis from different areas. The chemometrics methods including similarity evaluation, principal components analysis (PCA) and hierarchical clustering analysis (HCA) were introduced to identify more useful chemical markers for improving the quality control standard of dried ripe fruits of G. jasminoides Ellis. Then the selected chemical markers were analyzed by high performance liquid chromatography-diode array detection-electrospray ionization mass spectrometry (HPLC-DAD-ESI-MS) qualitatively and quantitatively. 23 characteristic peaks were assigned while 19 peaks of them were identified by comparing retention times, UV and MS spectra with authentic compounds or literature data. Moreover, 14 of them were determined quantitatively which could effectively evaluate the quality of G. jasminoides Ellis. This study was expected to provide comprehensive information for the quality evaluation of G. jasminoides Ellis, which would be a valuable reference for further study and development of this herb and related medicinal products. PMID:26041243

  9. Silent partners and missing links : history, architecture and the challenge of the Ellis Island Immigration Museum

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    Weld, Linda R. (Linda Ruth)

    2008-01-01

    As this nation's first and largest immigration station Ellis Island not only processed millions of immigrants, but also functioned to develop mechanisms of control and procedures for inspecting thousands of immigrants on ...

  10. A review of "Women, Madness and Sin in Early Modern England: The Autobiographical Writings of Dionys Fitzherbert" by Katherine Hodgkin 

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    Wells, Marion A.

    2011-01-01

    press. Katherine Hodgkin. Women, Madness and Sin in Early Modern England: ?e Autobiographical Writings of Dionys Fitzherbert. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2010. x + 290 pp. $114.95. Review by ?????? ?. ?????, ?????????? ????? ?. Katharine Hodgkin?s...

  11. Kerly, A., Ellis, R. & Bull, S. (2007). CALMsystem: A Conversational Agent for Learner Modelling, in R. Ellis, T. Allen & M. Petridis (eds), Applications

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    Bull, Susan

    2007-01-01

    , in R. Ellis, T. Allen & M. Petridis (eds), Applications and Innovations in Intelligent Systems XV ­ Proceedings of AI-2007, 27th SGAI International Conference on Innovative Techniques and Applications. A conversational agent, or "chatbot" has been developed to allow the learner to negotiate over the representations

  12. KATHERINE N. ZAUNBRECHER (970)658-0569 kzaunbrecher@gmail.com

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    Sites, James R.

    Enrolled as a graduate student, Spring 2008 Research Experience · National Renewable Energy Laboratory://www.linkedin.com/pub/katherine-zaunbrecher/28/530/a8a Education · Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO GPA: 3.4 M.S. in Physics, 2010 PhD in Physics, expected 2013 · University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Lafayette, LA GPA: 3.8 B.S. in Physics

  13. THE VERTEX SEPARATION AND SEARCH NUMBER OF A GRAPH J. A. Ellis * , I. H. Sudborough + and J. S. Turner #

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    Ellis, John

    THE VERTEX SEPARATION AND SEARCH NUMBER OF A GRAPH J. A. Ellis * , I. H. Sudborough + and J. S: Vertex Separation and Search Number Mailing address for proofs etc.: John A. Ellis Department of Computer separation of a graph. Let s (G ) denote the search number and vs (G ) denote the vertex separa­ tion

  14. 150 Katherine A. Smith and Rick M. Maizels Eur. J. Immunol. 2014. 44: 150161DOI: 10.1002/eji.201343746 IL-6 controls susceptibility to helminth infection by

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    150 Katherine A. Smith and Rick M. Maizels Eur. J. Immunol. 2014. 44: 150­161DOI: 10.1002/eji the Treg phenotype in vivo Katherine A. Smith and Rick M. Maizels Institute of Immunology and Infection or adaptations are made. #12;Eur. J. Immunol. 2014. 44: 150­161 Immunity to infection 151 development by limiting

  15. All Is Not Loss: Plant Biodiversity in the Anthropocene Erle C. Ellis1

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    Kreft, Holger

    All Is Not Loss: Plant Biodiversity in the Anthropocene Erle C. Ellis1 *, Erica C. Antill1 , Holger, United States of America, 2 Biodiversity, Macroecology & Conservation Biogeography Group, Georg-August University of Go¨ttingen, Go¨ttingen, Germany Abstract Anthropogenic global changes in biodiversity

  16. Welcome Home Annie: Rethinking Ellis Island and Annie Moore in the Classroom

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    Mercurio, Mia

    2008-01-01

    The story of the United States and the people who have made it their home would not be complete without considering the experience of Irish immigrants--particularly the experience of Annie Moore, the first immigrant to be processed on Ellis Island. However, the story of Annie Moore, and how it has been recounted and taught to date, is inaccurate.…

  17. Third sound dissipation at a point contact F M Ellis and J D Eddinger

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    Ellis, Fred M.

    Third sound dissipation at a point contact F M Ellis and J D Eddinger Department of Physics, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT 06457 USA E-mail: fellis@wesleyan.edu Abstract. Third sound on a planar of this latter type is possible in the parallel plate geometry of capacitively detected third sound. We calculate

  18. Third Sound Amplification and Detailed Balance J. D. Eddinger and F. M. Ellis

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    Ellis, Fred M.

    Third Sound Amplification and Detailed Balance J. D. Eddinger and F. M. Ellis Department of Physics sound resonance is expected to be capable of acoustic amplification. This results from normal to superfluid conversion that coherently accommodates atoms into the third sound velocity field. Consideration

  19. THE BOOK OF ELLIE: AN INTERACTIVE BOOK FOR TEACHING THE ALPHABET TO Eleni Papadaki1

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    Zabulis, Xenophon

    printed books versus e-books is an active topic of research with several pertinent studies and research of learning through physical books and printed matter in gen- eral, this paper presents an approach towardsTHE BOOK OF ELLIE: AN INTERACTIVE BOOK FOR TEACHING THE ALPHABET TO CHILDREN Eleni Papadaki1

  20. Autonomous Navigation and Sign Detector Liam Ellis, Nicolas Pugeault, Kristoffer fjll, Johan Hedborg,

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    Bowden, Richard

    Autonomous Navigation and Sign Detector Learning Liam Ellis, Nicolas Pugeault, Kristoffer Öfjäll, Johan Hedborg, Richard Bowden and Michael Felsberg, Autonomous Navigation and Sign Detector Learning Press http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-86214 #12;Autonomous Navigation and Sign Detector

  1. Overgeneralization from a Narrow Focus: A Response to Ellis et al. (2008) and Bitchener (2008)

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    Xu, Cuiqin

    2009-01-01

    This paper presents a critical analysis of two recent studies on error correction, Ellis, Sheen, Murakami, and Takashima (2008) and Bitchener (2008) and argues that neither study constitutes evidence for error correction based on discussion of the comparability of participants, design issues, and analysis flaws in both studies. The paper further…

  2. Different Achievement in Online Oral History Jason B. Ellis and Amy S. Bruckman

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    Bruckman, Amy

    to the learning process. Palaver Tree Online is an online community that supports kids interviewing elders this issue. In Palaver Tree Online, kids interview elders and use what they learned to create online carry through our interaction model and supports the roles of kids, teachers, and elders (Ellis

  3. Productive and Reproductive Work on the Family Farm: Changes Among Ethnic Groups in Ellis County, Kansas.

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    Flora, Cornelia Butler; Stitz, John

    This report is based on data obtained from historical documents, quantitative analysis of state agricultural censuses for 1885, 1895, and 1905, and interviews with farm women of Volga and German heritages, aged 14 to 87. The participation of women in wheat-based farming systems in Ellis County, Kansas, is examined as related to the ethnic…

  4. THE MILLION SONG DATASET Thierry Bertin-Mahieux, Daniel P.W. Ellis

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    Ellis, Dan

    THE MILLION SONG DATASET Thierry Bertin-Mahieux, Daniel P.W. Ellis Columbia University LabROSA, EE {brian, paul}@echonest.com ABSTRACT We introduce the Million Song Dataset, a freely-available collection research dataset in our field. As an illustra- tion, we present year prediction as an example application

  5. Power Aware Page Allocation Alvin R. Lebeck, Xiaobo Fan, Heng Zeng, Carla Ellis

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    Lebeck, Alvin R.

    chips that sup- port several di erent power modes: active, standby, nap and powerdown in orderPower Aware Page Allocation Alvin R. Lebeck, Xiaobo Fan, Heng Zeng, Carla Ellis Department the lifetime of the batteries that power these mobile devices. Memory is a particularly important target for e

  6. Memory Controller Policies for DRAM Power Management Xiaobo Fan Carla S. Ellis Alvin R. Lebeck

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    Ellis, Carla

    power states such as active, standby, nap and powerdown. The chip must be in the active state to serviceMemory Controller Policies for DRAM Power Management Xiaobo Fan Carla S. Ellis Alvin R. Lebeck The increasing importance of energy e ciency has produced a multitude of hardware devices with various power

  7. Power Aware Page Allocation Alvin R. Lebeck, Xiaobo Fan, Heng Zeng, Carla Ellis

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    Ellis, Carla

    : active, standby, nap and powerdown in order of decreasing power consumption but increPower Aware Page Allocation Alvin R. Lebeck, Xiaobo Fan, Heng Zeng, Carla Ellis Department the lifetime of the batteries that power these mobile devices. Memory is a particularly important target

  8. Memory Controller Policies for DRAM Power Management Xiaobo Fan Carla S. Ellis Alvin R. Lebeck

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    Ellis, Carla

    with multiple power states such as active, standby, nap and powerdown. The chip must be in the active stateMemory Controller Policies for DRAM Power Management Xiaobo Fan Carla S. Ellis Alvin R. Lebeck The increasing importance of energy efficiency has produced a multitude of hardware devices with various power

  9. Ellis van Creveld Syndrome (EVCS) in an Iranian, Three-Year-old Girl: A Case Report

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    Ali, Shirafkan; Reihane, Hasheminejad; Deilami, Tourisa; Kia, Alireza

    2014-01-01

    Ellis van Creveld syndrome (EVCS) is mainly characterized by dysplatic changes in skeletal structures along with variable inter- and intra-familial patterns. Shortening of bony structures such as ribs and limbs, postaxial polydactyly, and dysplastic teeth and nails are among the clinical presentation of this autosomal recessive disease. PMID:25478422

  10. RING-LWE CRYPTOGRAPHY FOR THE NUMBER YARA ELIAS, KRISTIN E. LAUTER, EKIN OZMAN, KATHERINE E. STANGE

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    International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR)

    RING-LWE CRYPTOGRAPHY FOR THE NUMBER THEORIST YARA ELIAS, KRISTIN E. LAUTER, EKIN OZMAN, KATHERINE E. STANGE Abstract. In this paper, we survey the status of attacks on the ring and polynomial] gives rise to interesting questions about number fields. We extend these attacks and survey related open

  11. Workload Estimates for Risk-Limiting Audits of Large Contests Katherine McLaughlin and Philip B. Stark

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    Stark, Philip B.

    Workload Estimates for Risk-Limiting Audits of Large Contests Katherine McLaughlin and Philip B the expected number of ballots that must be counted by hand for two risk-limiting auditing methods, Canvass by county is necessary for the practical implementation of risk-limiting audit methods in cross

  12. 75 FR 17125 - Foreign-Trade Zone 113-Ellis County, Texas, Application for Reorganization under Alternative Site...

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    ...Docket 4-2010] Foreign-Trade Zone 113--Ellis County, Texas, Application for Reorganization under Alternative Site Framework...Board, U.S. Department of Commerce, Room 2111, 1401 Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20230. For further...

  13. Homogenate extraction of gardenia yellow pigment from Gardenia Jasminoides Ellis fruit using response surface methodology.

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    Zhu, Xingyi; Mang, Yili; Shen, Fengqiong; Xie, Jie; Su, Weike

    2014-08-01

    Homogenate extraction technology was developed for extraction of gardenia yellow pigment from Gardenia jasminoides Ellis fruit. The operating parameters affecting the color value of gardenia yellow pigment were studied on the basis of a Box-Behnken design and response surface methodology. Results showed that the optimum extraction conditions were as follows: extraction time 41 s, ethanol concentration 50 %, ratio of liquid to material 15:1 (mL:g) and particle size 1.7 mm. Under the optimum condition, the experimental color value was 52.37 g(-1), which was in keeping with the predicted one. Compared with the heat extraction method, the color value of gardenia yellow pigment of homogenate extraction was higher and the extraction time was shorter. Homogenate extraction method is an ideal means for extraction of gardenia yellow pigment from Gardenia jasminoides Ellis fruit. PMID:25114350

  14. A review of "Domesticity and Dissent in the Seventeenth Century: English Women’s Writing and the Public Sphere." by Katherine Gillespie 

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    Jerome S. Dees

    2005-01-01

    . Katherine Gillespie. Domesticity and Dissent in the Seventeenth Century: English Women?s Writing and the Public Sphere. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. xii + 272 pp. $60.00. Review by JEROME S. DEES, KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY...

  15. Potential flood and debris hazards at Katherine Landing and Telephone Cove, Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Mohave County, Arizona

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    Moosburner, Otto

    1988-01-01

    Katherine Landing is a recreation site on the east shore of Lake Mohave, an impoundment on the Colorado River southeast of Las Vegas, Nevada. With proper inspection and maintenance, the present (1979) channel and diking system at Katherine Landing is judged adequate to confine and restrain floods up to and including the 100-yr flood. In contrast, the 500-yr flood probably would not be confined by some parts of the diking system. The Telephone Cove area, traversed by North and South Telephone Cove Washes, is hazardous for all floods, especially for the 100-yr and more severe floods. Determinations of peak discharge are based on streamflow regression analyses, and channel capacities are based on field surveys of channel-flow capacities. The extreme flood - a flood meteorologically and hydrologically possible but so rare as to preclude a frequency estimate - could cause great damage and possible loss of life at both the Katherine Landing and the Telephone Cove sites. The present dikes would be topped or breached by extreme flooding. (USGS)

  16. X-Ray Spectroscopy, The Ellen Richards Prize, and Nuclear Proliferation: The Inspiring Life of Katherine Chamberlain

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    Geramita, Matthew

    2008-04-01

    In 1924, Katherine Chamberlain became the first woman to receive a doctorate in physics from the University of Michigan. As one of the first women in the world to earn a doctorate in physics, Katherine reached a level prominence in the scientific community that few women had achieved. As a scientist, Katherine studied the outer energy levels of various elements using x-ray spectroscopy at the University of Michigan. In her thesis, she showed the potential for x-rays to reduce highly oxidized compounds and in 1925 won the Ellen Richards Prize for the world's best scientific paper by a woman. As an educator, she taught an introduction to photography course for thirty-five years in the hopes of creating new ways to inspire a love for physics in her students. As a community leader, she worked with The United World Federalists and The Michigan Memorial Phoenix Project to find peaceful uses for nuclear energy. Looking at these aspects of Chamberlain's life offers a unique perspective on the physics community of the 1920's, physics education, and the nuclear panic that followed WWII.

  17. Opening Children's Eyes to the World in Which They Live--One Book at a Time: A Conversation with Deborah Ellis

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    Napoli, Mary

    2007-01-01

    Quality multicultural literature offers readers opportunities to read about characters from various cultures, lands, and background. There are many talented authors, such as Deborah Ellis, who have added to the wide range of multicultural literature available for today's youth. Through her books, Ellis immerses readers in cultures and societies…

  18. Ellis-van Creveld syndrome in adulthood: extending the clinical spectrum

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    Pérez-Andreu, Joaquín; Ray, Victor Glenn; Arribas, José María; Sánchez, Sergio Juan

    2015-01-01

    Ellis-van Creveld (EvC) syndrome is a rare autosomal recessive malformation disorder. Cardiac defects are observed in about 50% of EvC cases. Surgical data is lacking on the prognosis and life expectancy of EvC patients. Herein, we report the case of a 38-year-old man with EvC syndrome who underwent two surgical corrections for cardiac anomalies. This report supplements the available information on the clinical course of EvC syndrome in older patients. PMID:26106249

  19. Healing in forgiveness: A discussion with Amanda Lindhout and Katherine Porterfield, PhD

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    Porterfield, Katherine A.; Lindhout, Amanda

    2014-01-01

    In 2008, Amanda Lindhout was kidnapped by a group of extremists while traveling as a freelance journalist in Somalia. She and a colleague were held captive for more than 15 months, released only after their families paid a ransom. In this interview, Amanda discusses her experiences in captivity and her ongoing recovery from this experience with Katherine Porterfield, Ph.D. a clinical psychologist at the Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture. Specifically, Amanda describes the childhood experiences that shaped her thirst for travel and knowledge, the conditions of her kidnapping, and her experiences after she was released from captivity. Amanda outlines the techniques that she employed to survive in the early aftermath of her capture, and how these coping strategies changed as her captivity lengthened. She reflects on her transition home, her recovery process, and her experiences with mental health professionals. Amanda's insights provide an example of resilience in the face of severe, extended trauma to researchers, clinicians, and survivors alike. The article ends with an discussion of the ways that Amanda's coping strategies and recovery process are consistent with existing resilience literature. Amanda's experiences as a hostage, her astonishing struggle for physical and mental survival, and her life after being freed are documented in her book, co-authored with Sara Corbett, A House in the Sky. PMID:25317259

  20. Healing in forgiveness: A discussion with Amanda Lindhout and Katherine Porterfield, PhD.

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    Porterfield, Katherine A; Lindhout, Amanda

    2014-01-01

    In 2008, Amanda Lindhout was kidnapped by a group of extremists while traveling as a freelance journalist in Somalia. She and a colleague were held captive for more than 15 months, released only after their families paid a ransom. In this interview, Amanda discusses her experiences in captivity and her ongoing recovery from this experience with Katherine Porterfield, Ph.D. a clinical psychologist at the Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture. Specifically, Amanda describes the childhood experiences that shaped her thirst for travel and knowledge, the conditions of her kidnapping, and her experiences after she was released from captivity. Amanda outlines the techniques that she employed to survive in the early aftermath of her capture, and how these coping strategies changed as her captivity lengthened. She reflects on her transition home, her recovery process, and her experiences with mental health professionals. Amanda's insights provide an example of resilience in the face of severe, extended trauma to researchers, clinicians, and survivors alike. The article ends with an discussion of the ways that Amanda's coping strategies and recovery process are consistent with existing resilience literature. Amanda's experiences as a hostage, her astonishing struggle for physical and mental survival, and her life after being freed are documented in her book, co-authored with Sara Corbett, A House in the Sky. PMID:25317259

  1. Genetic Authentication of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis var. grandiflora Nakai by Improved RAPD-Derived DNA Markers.

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    Mei, Zhiqiang; Zhou, Boxu; Wei, Chunli; Cheng, Jingliang; Imani, Saber; Chen, Hanchun; Fu, Junjiang

    2015-01-01

    The evergreen shrub, Gardenia jasminoides Ellis var. grandiflora Nakai is one of the most popular garden-plants, with significant ornamental importance. Here, we have cloned improved random ampli?ed polymorphic DNA (RAPD) derived fragments into T-vector, and developed sequence-characterized amplified region (SCAR) markers. These markers have been deposited in GenBank database with the accession numbers KP641310, KP641311, KP641312 and KP641313 respectively. The BLAST search of database confirmed the novelty of these markers. The four SCAR markers, namely ZZH11, ZZH31, ZZH41 and ZZH51 can specifically recognize the genetic materials of G. jasminoides from other plant species. Moreover, SCAR marker ZZH31 can be used to distinguish G. jasminoides Ellis var. grandiflora Nakai from other G. jasminoides on the market. Together, this study has developed four stably molecular SCAR markers by improved RAPD-derived DNA markers for the genetic identification and authentication, and for ecological conservation of medicinal and ornamental plant G. jasminoides. PMID:26569205

  2. Solution to the graceful exit problem in pre-big-bang cosmology G. F. R. Ellis,* D. C. Roberts,

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    Dunsby, Peter

    Solution to the graceful exit problem in pre-big-bang cosmology G. F. R. Ellis,* D. C. Roberts, D equations with a dilaton potential in the context of the pre-big-bang scenario with the desired scale factor. This enables us to find pre-big-bang type solutions with suitable dilaton behavior that are regular at t 0

  3. THE VERTEX SEPARATION AND SEARCH NUMBER OF A GRAPH J. A. Ellis* , I. H. Sudborough and J. S. Turner

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    Turner, Jonathan S.

    THE VERTEX SEPARATION AND SEARCH NUMBER OF A GRAPH J. A. Ellis* , I. H. Sudborough and J. S. Turner Department Washington University St. Louis, Missouri 63130, U S A #12;2 Running head: Vertex Separation in graph theory and algorithmic complexity, namely the search number and the vertex separation of a graph

  4. Investigations into Tandem Acoustic Modeling for the Aurora Task Daniel P.W. Ellis and Manuel J. Reyes Gomez

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    Ellis, Dan

    Investigations into Tandem Acoustic Modeling for the Aurora Task Daniel P.W. Ellis and Manuel J relative error rate reduc- tions of 30% or more on the Aurora task, as well as support- ing feature stream are reported on the Aurora-2000 noisy digits task. 1. Introduction The 1999 ETSI Aurora evaluation of proposed

  5. EllisMonaghan & Sarmiento page 7 of 12 Penrose Polynomial 5/12/01 Generating Function Definition

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    Ellis-Monaghan, Joanna

    Ellis­Monaghan & Sarmiento page 7 of 12 Penrose Polynomial 5/12/01 Generating Function Definition is exactly the same as the state model definition for the Penrose polynomial, except that the graph states­Monaghan & Sarmiento page 8 of 12 Penrose Polynomial 5/12/01 is multiplicative on disjoint unions of graphs in G , so

  6. Ellis-Monaghan & Sarmiento page 1 of 12 Penrose Polynomial 5/12/01 Medial Graphs and the Penrose Polynomial

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    Ellis-Monaghan, Joanna

    Ellis-Monaghan & Sarmiento page 1 of 12 Penrose Polynomial 5/12/01 Medial Graphs and the Penrose, with an appropriate weight system W, then ( ) ( ), ; ;mN G W x P G x= , where ( );P G x is the Penrose polynomial of G relations for the Penrose polynomial of a graph in terms of the Eulerian subgraphs of its medial graph

  7. EllisMonaghan & Sarmiento page 1 of 12 Penrose Polynomial 5/12/01 Medial Graphs and the Penrose Polynomial

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    Ellis-Monaghan, Joanna

    Ellis­Monaghan & Sarmiento page 1 of 12 Penrose Polynomial 5/12/01 Medial Graphs and the Penrose, with an appropriate weight system W, then ( ) ( ) , ; ; m N G W x P G x = , where ( ) ; P G x is the Penrose]. This identity then gives relations for the Penrose polynomial of a graph in terms of the Eulerian subgraphs

  8. Training Preachers in the Ellis County Baptist Missionary Association of Texas in the Basics of Expository Preaching

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    Gibson, Timothy Darryle

    2011-01-01

    This project was designed to train active and potential preachers in the Ellis County Baptist Missionary Association of Texas in the basics of expository preaching. Chapter 1 outlines the ministry context at Heritage Baptist Church, the project's purpose, and the project's goals. Chapter 2 examines the biblical and theological rationale that…

  9. HIV Infection and the Central Nervous System: A Primer Ronald J. Ellis & Patricia Calero & Michael D. Stockin

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    REVIEW HIV Infection and the Central Nervous System: A Primer Ronald J. Ellis & Patricia Calero readers who may be unfamiliar with Human Immunodefi- ciency Virus/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS) and the rapidly accumulating changes in the epidemic by providing an introduction to HIV disease and its treatment

  10. A Behavioral Approach to Worm Detection Daniel R. Ellis, John G. Aiken, Kira S. Attwood, Scott D.Tenaglia

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    Paxson, Vern

    A Behavioral Approach to Worm Detection Daniel R. Ellis, John G. Aiken, Kira S. Attwood, Scott D approach to the automatic de- tection of worms using behavioral signatures. A behavioral signature describes aspects of any particular worm's behav- ior that are common across the manifestations of a given

  11. Ellis-van Creveld syndrome in an Indian child: a case report

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    Jagadishchandra, H.; Rao, Prasanna Kumar; Chatra, Laxmikanth

    2011-01-01

    Ellis-van Creveld syndrome is a rare congenital genetic disorder having autosomal recessive inheritance. It is a syndrome affecting the Amish population of Pennsylvania in USA with prevalence rate of 1/5,000 live at birth. In non-Amish population, the birth prevalence is 7/1,000,000. The syndrome is characterized by bilateral postaxial polydactyly of the hands, chondrodysplasia of long bones resulting in acromesomelic dwarfism, ectodermal dysplasia affecting nails as well as teeth and congenital heart malformation. There were very rare reports of this syndrome in dentistry. The present case focuses on the striking and constant oral findings of these patients, which are the main diagnostic features of this syndrome. Since the oral manifestations affect the esthetic, speech, and jaw growth of the child, the dentists have an important role to play in proper management of such case. PMID:22232726

  12. Ellis Englesberg and the Discovery of Positive Control in Gene Regulation

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    Hahn, Steven

    2014-01-01

    Based on his work with the Escherichia coli l-arabinose operon, Ellis Englesberg proposed in 1965 that the regulatory gene araC was an “activator gene” required for positive control of the ara operon. This challenged the widely held belief in a universal mechanism of negative regulation proposed earlier by Jacob and Monod. For years, Englesberg’s model was met with deep skepticism. Despite much frustration with complex ad hoc explanations used to challenge his model, Englesberg persisted until the evidence for positive control in ara and other systems became overwhelming. Englesberg’s pioneering work enriched the original operon model and had a lasting impact in opening new and exciting ways of thinking about transcriptional regulation. PMID:25316786

  13. The gene for the Ellis-van Creveld syndrome is located on chromosome 4p16

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    Polymeropoulos, M.H.; Ide, S.E.; Wright, M.

    1996-07-01

    Ellis-van Creveld syndrome (EVC) is an autosomal recessive disorder characterized by disproportionate dwarfism, polydactyly, and congenital heart disease. This rare disorder is found with increased frequency among the Old Order Amish community in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. We have used linkage analysis to localize the gene responsible for the EVC phenotype in nine interrelated Amish pedigrees and three unrelated families from Mexico, Ecuador, and Brazil. We now report the linkage for the Ellisvan Creveld syndrome gene to markers on the distal short arm of human chromosome 4, with Z{sub max} = 6.91 at {theta} = 0.02 for marker HOX7, in a region proximal to the FGFR3 gene responsible for the achondroplasia phenotype. 17 refs., 2 figs., 1 tab.

  14. Venus Flytrap (Dionaea muscipula Solander ex Ellis) Contains Powerful Compounds that Prevent and Cure Cancer.

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    Gaascht, François; Dicato, Mario; Diederich, Marc

    2013-01-01

    Chemoprevention uses natural or synthetic molecules without toxic effects to prevent and/or block emergence and development of diseases including cancer. Many of these natural molecules modulate mitogenic signals involved in cell survival, apoptosis, cell cycle regulation, angiogenesis, or on processes involved in the development of metastases occur naturally, especially in fruits and vegetables bur also in non-comestible plants. Carnivorous plants including the Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula Solander ex Ellis) are much less investigated, but appear to contain a wealth of potent bioactive secondary metabolites. Aim of this review is to give insight into molecular mechanisms triggered by compounds isolated from these interesting plants with either therapeutic or chemopreventive potential. PMID:23971004

  15. Venus Flytrap (Dionaea muscipula Solander ex Ellis) Contains Powerful Compounds that Prevent and Cure Cancer

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    Gaascht, François; Dicato, Mario; Diederich, Marc

    2013-01-01

    Chemoprevention uses natural or synthetic molecules without toxic effects to prevent and/or block emergence and development of diseases including cancer. Many of these natural molecules modulate mitogenic signals involved in cell survival, apoptosis, cell cycle regulation, angiogenesis, or on processes involved in the development of metastases occur naturally, especially in fruits and vegetables bur also in non-comestible plants. Carnivorous plants including the Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula Solander ex Ellis) are much less investigated, but appear to contain a wealth of potent bioactive secondary metabolites. Aim of this review is to give insight into molecular mechanisms triggered by compounds isolated from these interesting plants with either therapeutic or chemopreventive potential. PMID:23971004

  16. Stability analysis of a Morris-Thorne-Bronnikov-Ellis wormhole with pressure

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    Novikov, I. D. Shatskiy, A. A.

    2012-05-15

    The model of a spherical Morris-Thorne-Bronnikov-Ellis wormhole is analyzed for stability. The matter of this wormhole is composed of a radial monopole magnetic field and a quasi-perfect phantom fluid. In the stationary case, the energy density of this fluid is negative and equal in magnitude to twice the energy density of the magnetic field. There is no pressure of this fluid in the stationary case (phantom dust), while in the case where the fluid energy density deviates from its stationary value, the pressure is proportional to the deviation of the energy density from its stationary value. An example of a wormhole stable against radial perturbations has been obtained.

  17. 2012 All rights reserved. 5801 South Ellis Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60637 773.702.1234 uchicago.edu @UChicago facebook.com/uchicago

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    .702.1234 uchicago.edu @UChicago facebook.com/uchicago GENERAL INFORMATION Information Center 5801 S. Ellis Ave Chicago, Illinois 60637 773.702.1234 uchicago.edu @UChicago facebook.com/uchicago @UChicago facebook.com

  18. The Quare Women's Journals: May Stone & Katherine Pettit's Summers in the Kentucky Mountains and the Founding of the Hindman Settlement School.

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    Stoddart, Jess, Ed.; Stone, May; Pettit, Katherine

    Beginning in 1899, Katherine Pettit and May Stone spent three summers in social settlement work in Kentucky at Camp Cedar Grove, Camp Industrial, and Sassafras Social Settlement before founding the Hindman Settlement School in 1902. The camps taught homemaking skills; provided kindergartens; assisted local people with health, homemaking, and…

  19. Regional cortical gray matter thickness reductions in first episode schizophrenia Katherine L. Narr, Paul M. Thompson, Robert M. Bilder, Roger P. Woods, David

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    Thompson, Paul

    Regional cortical gray matter thickness reductions in first episode schizophrenia Katherine L. Narr methods were employed to compare gray matter thickness between 72 (51m/21f) first episode patients (mean as an independent variable and sex, age and brain volume as covariates. To reveal regional changes in gray matter

  20. Mapping cortical thickness and gray matter density in first episode schizophrenia Katherine L. Narr, Robert M. Bilder, Roger P. Woods, David Rex, Philip Szeszko,

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    Thompson, Paul

    Mapping cortical thickness and gray matter density in first episode schizophrenia Katherine L. Narr gray matter abnormalities in schizophrenia not detectable in volumetric studies. We used novel brain mapping methods to identify and map regional reductions in cortical thickness and gray matter density

  1. Fault Impacts on Solar Power Unit Reliability Ali M. Bazzi, Katherine A. Kim, Brian B. Johnson, Philip T. Krein, and Alejandro Dominguez-Garca

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    Dominguez-Garcia, Alejandro

    Fault Impacts on Solar Power Unit Reliability Ali M. Bazzi, Katherine A. Kim, Brian B. Johnson a generalized reliability model of a solar power unit (SPU) based on physical characteristics including material--photovoltaic reliability, solar power unit, reliability modeling procedure. I. INTRODUCTION Photovoltaic (PV) power

  2. Active movements in plants: Mechanism of trap closure by Dionaea muscipula Ellis.

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    Markin, Vladislav S; Volkov, Alexander G; Jovanov, Emil

    2008-10-01

    The Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula Ellis) captures insects with one of the most rapid movements in the plant kingdom. We investigated trap closure by mechanical and electrical stimuli using the novel charge-injection method and high-speed recording. We proposed a new hydroelastic curvature mechanism, which is based on the assumption that the lobes possess curvature elasticity and are composed of outer and inner hydraulic layers with different hydrostatic pressure. The open state of the trap contains high elastic energy accumulated due to the hydrostatic pressure difference between the hydraulic layers of the lobe. Stimuli open pores connecting the two layers, water rushes from one hydraulic layer to another, and the trap relaxes to the equilibrium configuration corresponding to the closed state. In this paper we derived equations describing this system based on elasticity Hamiltonian and found closing kinetics. The novel charge-injection stimulation method gives insight into mechanisms of the different steps of signal transduction and response in the plant kingdom. PMID:19513230

  3. Morphing structures of the Dionaea muscipula Ellis during the trap opening and closing.

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    Volkov, Alexander G; Forde-Tuckett, Victoria; Volkova, Maya I; Markin, Vladislav S

    2014-01-01

    The Venus flytrap is a marvelous plant that has intrigued scientists since the times of Charles Darwin. This carnivorous plant is capable of very fast movements to catch a prey. We found that the maximal speed of the trap closing in the Dionaea muscipula Ellis is about 130,000 times faster than the maximal speed of the trap opening. The mechanism and kinetics of this movement was debated for a long time. Here, the most recent Hydroelastic Curvature Model is applied to the analysis of this movement during closing and opening of the trap with or without a prey. Equations describing the trap movement were derived and verified with experimental data. Chloroform and ether, both anesthetic agents, induce action potentials and close the trap without the mechanical stimulation of trigger hairs. We tested this by dropping 10 ?L of ether on the midrib inside the trap without touching any of the mechanosensitive trigger hairs. The trap closed slowly in 10 s. This is at least 20 times slower than the closing of the trap mechanically or electrically. The similar effect can be induced by placing 10 ?L of chloroform on the midrib inside the trap, however, the lobes closing time in this case is as fast as closing after mechanical stimulation of the trigger hairs. PMID:24618927

  4. Morphing structures of the Dionaea muscipula Ellis during the trap opening and closing

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    Volkov, Alexander G; Forde-Tuckett, Victoria; Volkova, Maya I; Markin, Vladislav S

    2014-01-01

    The Venus flytrap is a marvelous plant that has intrigued scientists since the times of Charles Darwin. This carnivorous plant is capable of very fast movements to catch a prey. We found that the maximal speed of the trap closing in the Dionaea muscipula Ellis is about 130?000 times faster than the maximal speed of the trap opening. The mechanism and kinetics of this movement was debated for a long time. Here, the most recent Hydroelastic Curvature Model is applied to the analysis of this movement during closing and opening of the trap with or without a prey. Equations describing the trap movement were derived and verified with experimental data. Chloroform and ether, both anesthetic agents, induce action potentials and close the trap without the mechanical stimulation of trigger hairs. We tested this by dropping 10 ?L of ether on the midrib inside the trap without touching any of the mechanosensitive trigger hairs. The trap closed slowly in 10 s. This is at least 20 times slower than the closing of the trap mechanically or electrically. The similar effect can be induced by placing 10 ?L of chloroform on the midrib inside the trap, however, the lobes closing time in this case is as fast as closing after mechanical stimulation of the trigger hairs. PMID:24618927

  5. MaRIE 1.0: A briefing to Katherine Richardson-McDaniel, Staff Member for U. S. Senator Martin Heinrich (D-NM)

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    Barnes, Cris William

    2015-02-24

    At the request of Katherine Richardson-McDaniel, Staff Member to U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich (D-NM), a high-level briefing was requested about MaRIE 1.0, the Matter-Radiation Interactions in Extremes effort at Los Alamos National Laboratory. What it would be, the mission need motivation, the scientific challenge, and the current favorable impact on both programs and people are shown in viewgraph form.

  6. Ellis-van Creveld Syndrome in Grey Alpine Cattle: Morphologic, Immunophenotypic, and Molecular Characterization.

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    Muscatello, L V; Benazzi, C; Dittmer, K E; Thompson, K G; Murgiano, L; Drögemüller, C; Avallone, G; Gentile, A; Edwards, J F; Piffer, C; Bolcato, M; Brunetti, B

    2015-09-01

    Ellis-van Creveld (EvC) syndrome is a human autosomal recessive disorder caused by a mutation in either the EVC or EVC2 gene, and presents with short limbs, polydactyly, and ectodermal and heart defects. The aim of this study was to understand the pathologic basis by which deletions in the EVC2 gene lead to chondrodysplastic dwarfism and to describe the morphologic, immunohistochemical, and molecular hallmarks of EvC syndrome in cattle. Five Grey Alpine calves, with a known mutation in the EVC2 gene, were autopsied. Immunohistochemistry was performed on bone using antibodies to collagen II, collagen X, sonic hedgehog, fibroblast growth factor 2, and Ki67. Reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction was performed to analyze EVC1 and EVC2 gene expression. Autopsy revealed long bones that were severely reduced in length, as well as genital and heart defects. Collagen II was detected in control calves in the resting, proliferative, and hypertrophic zones and in the primary and secondary spongiosa, with a loss of labeling in the resting zone of 2 dwarfs. Collagen X was expressed in hypertrophic zone in the controls but was absent in the EvC cases. In affected calves and controls, sonic hedgehog labeled hypertrophic chondrocytes and primary and secondary spongiosa similarly. FGF2 was expressed in chondrocytes of all growth plate zones in the control calves but was lost in most EvC cases. The Ki67 index was lower in cases compared with controls. EVC and EVC2 transcripts were detected. Our data suggest that EvC syndrome of Grey Alpine cattle is a disorder of chondrocyte differentiation, with accelerated differentiation and premature hypertrophy of chondrocytes, and could be a spontaneous model for the equivalent human disease. PMID:26077781

  7. The history of early low frequency radio astronomy in Australia. 3: Ellis, Reber and the Cambridge field station near Hobart

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    George, Martin; Orchiston, Wayne; Slee, Bruce; Wielebinski, Richard

    2015-07-01

    Low frequency radio astronomy in Tasmania began with the arrival of Grote Reber to the State in 1954. After analysing ionospheric data from around the world, he concluded that Tasmania would be a very suitable place to carry out low frequency observations. Communications with Graeme Ellis in Tasmania, who had spent several years studying the ionosphere, led to a collaboration between the two in 1955 during which year they made observations at Cambridge, near Hobart. Their observations took place at four frequencies between 2.13 MHz and 0.52 MHz inclusive, with the results at the higher frequencies revealing a clear celestial component

  8. Biomimetic robotic Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula Ellis) made with ionic polymer metal composites.

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    Shahinpoor, Mohsen

    2011-12-01

    The work described in this paper is a novel design of a robotic Venus flytrap (VFT) (Dionaea muscipula Ellis) by means of ionic polymeric metal composite (IPMC) artificial muscles as distributed nanosensors and nanoactuators. Rapid muscular movements in carnivorous plants, such as VFT, which are triggered by antenna-like sensors (trigger hair), present a golden key to study distributed biomolecular motors. Carnivorous plants, such as VFT, possess built-in intelligence (trigger hairs), as a strategy to capture prey, that can be turned on in a controlled manner. In the case of the VFT, the prey that is lured by the sweet nectar in the VFT pair of jaw-like lobes has to flip and move the trigger hairs, which are colorless, bristle-like and pointed. The dynamically moved trigger hairs then electro-elastically send an electric signal to the internal ions in the lobe to migrate outwardly for the jaw-like lobes to close rapidly to capture the prey. The manner in which the VFT lobes bend inward to capture the prey shows a remarkable similarity with typical IPMCs bending in an electric field. Furthermore, the mechano-electrical sensing characteristics of IPMCs also show a remarkable resemblance to mechano-electrical trigger hairs on the lobes of the VFT. The reader is referred to a number of papers in connection with sensing and actuation of IPMCs in particular. Thus, one can integrate IPMC lobes with a common electrode in the middle of one end of the lobes to act like a spine and use IPMC bristles as trigger finger to sense the intrusion of a fly or insect to send a sensing signal to a solid state relay which then triggers the actuation circuit of the IPMC lobes to rapidly bend toward each other and close. The two lobes, which form the trap, are attached to the midrib common electrode which is conveniently termed the spine. The upper surface of each lobe is dished, and spaced along the free margins of the lobes with some 15-20 prong-like teeth. These are tough and pointed, and are inclined at an inward angle so that when the trap is sprung shut they will interlock. We have been experimenting with the VFT closing of its jaw-like lobes that close in about 0.3 s and have gained a lot of knowledge to report on the ionic and electrical mechanisms involved in the operation of such intelligent distributed biomolecular motors. PMID:21992999

  9. Kerly, A., Hall, P. & Bull, S. (2006). Bringing Chatbots into Education: Towards Natural Language Negotiation of Open Learner Models, in R. Ellis, T. Allen & A.

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    Bull, Susan

    2006-01-01

    and Applications of Artificial Intelligence, Springer. Bringing Chatbots into Education: Towards Natural LanguageKerly, A., Hall, P. & Bull, S. (2006). Bringing Chatbots into Education: Towards Natural Language Negotiation of Open Learner Models, in R. Ellis, T. Allen & A. Tuson (eds), Applications and Innovations

  10. Investigations into Tandem Acoustic Modeling for the Aurora Task Dan Ellis & Manuel Reyes Columbia University {dpwe,mjr59}@ee.columbia.edu

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    Ellis, Dan

    Investigations into Tandem Acoustic Modeling for the Aurora Task Dan Ellis & Manuel Reyes · Columbia University · {dpwe,mjr59}@ee.columbia.edu for Eurospeech Aurora ESE, Aalborg · 2001-08-29 dpwe% reduction in WER on the 1999 Aurora task. · Our baseline result (single PLP feature stream) achieves

  11. 2006 . .. , J-R. Petit, J.C. Priscu, R.E. Bell, C. Ellis-Evans, M.C. Kennicutt II, R.D.

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    Titov, Anatoly

    « » 2006 . : ­ .. , .. - ­ .. , .. , .. , . . , .. , .. , J-R. Petit-221 2. Priscu, J.C., R. E. Bell, S.A. Bulat, C. Ellis-Evans, M.C. Kennicutt II, V.V. Lukin, J-R. Petit Exploration. Polar Geography 27 (1): 69-83 3. Bulat, S.A., Alekhina, I.A., Blot, M., Petit, J.-R., de Angelis

  12. Exploring the Cytotoxicity of Silica Coated Water-Soluble CdSe Nanocrystals Elly Earlywine 1, Emily Ross 2, and Sandra Rosenthal 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

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    Exploring the Cytotoxicity of Silica Coated Water-Soluble CdSe Nanocrystals Elly Earlywine 1, Emily: application to proliferation and cytotoxicity assays. J Immunol Methods. 1983, 65, 55-63. Future Work Fig 13 to no aggregation of silica and are able to be tested for cytotoxicity . MTT Cytotoxicity Assay Fig 12: Absorption

  13. Human radiation studies: Remembering the early years: Oral history of medical physicist Katherine L. Lathrop and physician Paul V. Harper, conducted January 26, 1995

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    1995-09-01

    This report provides a transcript of an interview with Ms. Katherine L. Lathrop and Dr. Paul V. Hopper by representatives of the DOE Office of Human Radiation Research. Ms. Lathrop and Dr. Hopper were chosen for this interview because of their long-standing interest and research experience in the development of nuclear medicine. After brief biographical sketches the researchers provide a broad and interesting description of their roles in the initial uses of many radiopharmaceuticals, their experiences in human experimentation, and interactions with many other pioneers in nuclear medicine.

  14. Crocetin, a carotenoid from Gardenia jasminoides Ellis, protects against hypertension and cerebral thrombogenesis in stroke-prone spontaneously hypertensive rats.

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    Higashino, Saori; Sasaki, Yasuto; Giddings, John C; Hyodo, Kanae; Sakata, Shigeko Fujimoto; Matsuda, Koichi; Horikawa, Yoko; Yamamoto, Junichiro

    2014-09-01

    Crocetin is a natural carotenoid dicarboxylic acid that is found in the fruit of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis (Cape Jasmine) and in the stamen and pistil of Crocus sativus L. (saffron). It is used worldwide as an important spice, food colorant, and herbal medicine. In the current investigation, we have examined the cardiovascular effects of crocetin using stroke-prone spontaneously hypertensive rats (SHRSPs). Male SHRSPs (6?weeks old) were classified into three groups: a control group and two crocetin groups (25 and 50?mg/kg/day). The animals were given crocetin for 3?weeks. Body weights in each group were not significantly different during the treatment period, but the increase in systolic blood pressures observed with age was significantly moderated by crocetin. Thrombogenesis, assessed using a He-Ne laser technique in pial vessels, was significantly decreased. Antioxidant activity, assessed by measuring urinary 8-hydroxy-2'-deoxyguanosine levels, together with urinary nitric oxide (NO) metabolite levels, was increased significantly after treatment. Acetylcholine-induced vasodilation was measured using the aorta and indicated that endothelial function was significantly improved by crocetin. These results strongly suggest that the antihypertensive and antithrombotic effects of crocetin were related to an increase in bioavailable NO, possibly mediated by decreased inactivation of NO by reactive oxygen species. PMID:24550159

  15. The Effect of Various Media and Hormones via Suspension Culture on Secondary Metabolic Activities of (Cape Jasmine) Gardenia jasminoides Ellis

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    Mat Taha, Rosna; Rashid, Kamaludin; Syafawati Yaacob, Jamilah

    2014-01-01

    The leaf of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis was used as explants and was cultured on MS and WPM media supplemented with various concentrations of NAA, IAA, 2,4-D, IBA, TDZ, and Kn (0 to 5?mg?L?1 with 0.5 increment). After six months, the higher percentage of callus (100%) and the best dry and fresh weight of callus were formed on WPM medium supplemented with 2,4-D and NAA (2.0-3.0?mg?L?1) and this amount was decreased from (84%) to (69%) when this media supplemented with Kinetin and TDZ (1?mg?L?1) respectively were used. Leaf segments cultured on WPM media added with Kn (1?mg?L?1) and TDZ (2?mg?L?1) yielded the least amount of callus. It was found that WPM media added with IAA (4.5–5.0?mg?L?1) were optimum for root induction from G. jasminoides plantlets. Antibacterial screening of leaf extracts (in vivo) showed no inhibitory effect against E. coli, P. aeruginosa, S. aureus, and B. cereus, in contrast to callus extracts from leaf cultures supplemented with NAA, which showed inhibition activity against E. coli and B. cereus. The callus extracts from leaf cultures grown on both MS and WPM media showed higher antioxidant and superoxide dismutase activities than leaf extracts. PMID:24967432

  16. Rapid Antidepressant Activity of Ethanol Extract of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis Is Associated with Upregulation of BDNF Expression in the Hippocampus

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    Zhang, Hailou; Xue, Wenda; Wu, Runjie; Gong, Tong; Tao, Weiwei; Zhou, Xin; Jiang, Jingjing; Zhang, Ying; Zhang, Nan; Cui, Yi; Chen, Chang; Chen, Gang

    2015-01-01

    Ethanol extract of Yueju pill, a Traditional Chinese Medicine herbal formula widely used to treat mood disorders, demonstrates rapid antidepressant effects similar to ketamine, likely via instant enhancement of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) expression in the hippocampus. Here we investigated ethanol extracts of the constituent herbs of Yueju responsible for rapid antidepressant effects. Screening with tail suspension test in Kunming mice at 24 hours after a single administration of five individual constituent herbs of Yueju, we found that only Gardenia jasminoides Ellis (GJ) showed a significant effect. The antidepressant response started at 2 hours after GJ administration. Similar to Yueju and ketamine, a single administration of GJ significantly reduced the number of escape failures in the learned helplessness test. Furthermore, GJ decreased latency of food consumption in the novelty suppressed-feeding test. Additionally, starting from 2 hours and continuing for over 20 hours after GJ administration, BDNF expression in the hippocampus was upregulated, temporally linked with the antidepressant response. These findings suggest that GJ has rapid antidepressant effects, which are associated with the elevated expression of BDNF in the hippocampus. In Yueju formula, Yue represents GJ, as thus our study demonstrates the primary role of GJ in rapid antidepressant efficacy of Yueju. PMID:25878718

  17. Fructus Gardenia (Gardenia jasminoides J. Ellis) phytochemistry, pharmacology of cardiovascular, and safety with the perspective of new drugs development.

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    Liu, Hao; Chen, Yong-Feng; Li, Fang; Zhang, Hai-Yan

    2013-01-01

    The phytochemistry, cardiovascular pharmacology, toxicology, side effect, and further development prospects of Gardenia jasminoides J. Ellis (GJE) and its main constituents crocins and iridoid glycosides were studied. Numerous studies have confirmed that crocins and iridoid glycosides had effects of antioxidation, anti-inflammatory, anti-atherosclerosis, anti-ischemic brain injuries, anti-platelet aggregation, anti-hyperglycemia, anti-hyperlipidemia, anti-hypertension, and so on. Some of them might be related to several attractive pharmacodynamic actions of GJE such as promoting endothelium growth, protecting neurons, and inducing their differentiation. Both of them make it possible for GJE to prevent and cure thromboembolism and cardiovascular diseases well. From our own basic pharmacological research of GJE extract on several rat models, it has been known that GJE extract markedly prolonged bleeding time and inhibited platelet aggregation and thrombosis. It has significant proliferation effect on both endothelial cells and endothelial progenitor cells as well. As the mechanisms of GJE on those diseases were discussed and summarized, questions about its genetoxicity and hepatotoxicity were also discussed during its safety study to make the foundation for long-term medication and clinical research in the near future. PMID:23211013

  18. Disruption of sonic hedgehog signaling in Ellis-van Creveld dwarfism confers protection against bipolar affective disorder.

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    Ginns, E I; Galdzicka, M; Elston, R C; Song, Y E; Paul, S M; Egeland, J A

    2015-10-01

    Ellis-van Creveld syndrome, an autosomal recessively inherited chondrodysplastic dwarfism, is frequent among Old Order Amish of Pennsylvania. Decades of longitudinal research on bipolar affective disorder (BPAD) revealed cosegregation of high numbers of EvC and Bipolar I (BPI) cases in several large Amish families descending from the same pioneer. Despite the high prevalence of both disorders in these families, no EvC individual has ever been reported with BPI. The proximity of the EVC gene to our previously reported chromosome 4p16 BPAD locus with protective alleles, coupled with detailed clinical observations that EvC and BPI do not occur in the same individuals, led us to hypothesize that the genetic defect causing EvC in the Amish confers protection from BPI. This hypothesis is supported by a significant negative association of these two disorders when contrasted with absence of disease (P=0.029, Fisher's exact test, two-sided, verified by permutation to estimate the null distribution of the test statistic). As homozygous Amish EVC mutations causing EvC dwarfism do so by disrupting sonic hedgehog (Shh) signaling, our data implicate Shh signaling in the underlying pathophysiology of BPAD. Understanding how disrupted Shh signaling protects against BPI could uncover variants in the Shh pathway that cause or increase risk for this and related mood disorders. PMID:25311364

  19. Effects of Light and Sucrose Levels on the Anatomy, Ultrastructure, and Photosynthesis of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis Leaflets Cultured in vitro.

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    Serret; Trillas

    2000-03-01

    This article reports the effect of growing conditions on the anatomical and ultrastructural changes associated with the development of photoautotrophy in Gardenia jasminoides Ellis plantlets during shoot multiplication in vitro. Two photosynthetic photon flux densities (PPFD) (50 and 100 µmol m-2 s-1 PPFD: L50 and L100, respectively) and two sucrose concentrations in the culture medium (5 and 30 g L-1: S5 and S30, respectively) were assayed. An increase in PPFD stimulated the development of photosynthetic tissues and led to higher photosynthesis and dark respiration regardless of the sucrose level assayed. However, the effect of sucrose in the medium depended on the PPFD. For the high-PPFD treatment, a low sucrose concentration in the medium stimulated the development of photosynthetic tissues, whereas the opposite effect of sucrose was observed at low PPFD. This study demonstrated that an increase in light intensity to moderate values such as L100 has a beneficial effect on the development of structural changes associated with photoautotrophy. Such an effect is stimulated by low sucrose (S5) levels in the medium. These modifications of usual growing conditions (such as L50 combined with S30) for micropropagation may prove to be useful in mass propagation of gardenia. However, the use of a low sucrose level in addition to conventional growing PPFD may be counterproductive. PMID:10777452

  20. OBSERVATIONAL UPPER BOUND ON THE COSMIC ABUNDANCES OF NEGATIVE-MASS COMPACT OBJECTS AND ELLIS WORMHOLES FROM THE SLOAN DIGITAL SKY SURVEY QUASAR LENS SEARCH

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    Takahashi, Ryuichi; Asada, Hideki

    2013-05-01

    The latest result in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Quasar Lens Search (SQLS) has set the first cosmological constraints on negative-mass compact objects and Ellis wormholes. There are no multiple images lensed by the above two exotic objects for {approx}50, 000 distant quasars in the SQLS data. Therefore, an upper bound is put on the cosmic abundances of these lenses. The number density of negative-mass compact objects is n < 10{sup -8}(10{sup -4}) h {sup 3} Mpc{sup -3} at the mass scale |M| > 10{sup 15}(10{sup 12}) M{sub Sun }, which corresponds to the cosmological density parameter |{Omega}| < 10{sup -4} at the galaxy and cluster mass range |M| = 10{sup 12-15} M{sub Sun }. The number density of the Ellis wormhole is n < 10{sup -4} h {sup 3} Mpc{sup -3} for a range of the throat radius a = 10-10{sup 4} pc, which is much smaller than the Einstein ring radius.

  1. Simple and effective large-scale preparation of geniposide from fruit of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis using a liquid-liquid two-phase extraction.

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    Zhou, Min; Zhuo, Jiaxiong; Wei, Wanxing; Zhu, Jianwen; Ling, Xiurong

    2012-12-01

    Geniposide was prepared on a large-scale using a selective two-phase liquid-liquid extraction. The aqueous residue from the fruit of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis was treated with sodium carbonate and extracted with n-butanol several times. The n-butanol extracts were treated with activated granular charcoal to remove pigments and were then concentrated to produce a residue with a high solid content. The residue was crystallized to obtain geniposide with 98% purity. For large-scale synthesis, the residue (solid content 45%, geniposide 5.5%) was extracted to generate 70g of geniposide with 98% purity and 84.8% recovery using 1500g residue. PMID:22975161

  2. Novel homozygous mutations in the EVC and EVC2 genes in two consanguineous families segregating autosomal recessive Ellis-van Creveld syndrome.

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    Aziz, Abdul; Raza, Syed I; Ali, Salman; Ahmad, Wasim

    2016-01-01

    Ellis-van Creveld syndrome (EVC) is a rare developmental disorder characterized by short limbs, short ribs, postaxial polydactyly, dysplastic nails, teeth, oral and cardiac abnormalities. It is caused by biallelic mutations in the EVC or EVC2 gene, separated by 2.6?kb of genomic sequence on chromosome 4p16. In the present study, we have investigated two consanguineous families of Pakistani origin, segregating EVC in autosomal recessive manner. Linkage in the families was established to chromosome 4p16. Subsequently, sequence analysis identified a novel nonsense mutation (p.Trp234*) in exon 8 of the EVC2 gene and 15?bp duplication in exon 14 of the EVC gene in the two families. This further expands the mutations in the EVC or EVC2 genes resulting in the EVC syndrome. PMID:26580685

  3. Profiling of components and validated determination of iridoids in Gardenia Jasminoides Ellis fruit by a high-performance-thin-layer- chromatography/mass spectrometry approach.

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    Coran, Silvia A; Mulas, Stefano; Vasconi, Alessio

    2014-01-17

    A novel method was set up with the aim to obtain a simultaneous cross comparative evaluation of different Gardenia Jasminoides Ellis fruits by the HPTLC fingerprint approach. The main components among the iridoid, hydroxycinnamic derivative and crocin classes were identified by TLC-MS ancillary techniques. The iridoids geniposide, gardenoside and genepin-1-?-d-gentiobioside were also quantitated by densitometric scanning at 240nm. LiChrospher HPTLC Silica gel 60 RP-18 W F254, 20cm×10cm plates with acetonitrile: formic acid 0.1% (40:60 v/v) as the mobile phase was used. The method was validated giving rise to a dependable and high throughput procedure well suited to routine applications. Iridoids were quantified in the range of 240-1140ng with RSD of repeatability and intermediate precision between 0.9-2.5% and accuracy with bias 1.6-2.6%. The method was tested on six commercial Gardenia Jasminoides fruit samples. PMID:24365117

  4. Acousto-optic tunable filter near-infrared spectroscopy for in-line monitoring liquid-liquid extraction of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis based on statistical analysis.

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    Wu, Sha; Jin, Ye; Liu, Qi-An; Wu, Jian-Xiong; Bi, Yu-An; Wang, Zhen-Zhong; Xiao, Wei

    2015-10-01

    This study aimed to monitor liquid-liquid extraction of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis (Zhizi in Chinese) using in-line near-infrared spectroscopy. Shanzhiside (SZS), deacetyl asperulosidic acid methyl ester (DAAME), genipin-1-?-D-gentiobioside (GG), geniposide (GS), total acids (TA) and soluble solid content (SSC) were selected as quality control indicators, and measured by reference methods. Both partial least-squares regression (PLSR) and back propagation artificial neural networks (BP-ANN) were applied to create models to predict the content of above indicators. Paired-samples t-test and nonparametric test were used to compare differences in predictive values between two models of each indicator. Relative standard error of prediction (RSEP) and mean absolute percentage error (MAPE) were used to evaluate the predictive accuracy of the established models. The results showed that there was no significant difference in predicting DAAME, GS and TA between two models. However, PLSR model gave better accuracy in predicting GG and SZS than BP-ANN model. The BP-ANN model of SSC was better than PLSR model. This study shows that NIR spectroscopy can be used for rapid and accurate analysis of quality control indicators in the liquid-liquid extraction of Zhizi. Simultaneously, this study can serve as technical support for the application of NIR spectroscopy in the industrial production process. PMID:26601419

  5. Katherine S. Ziemer Curriculum Vitae of Katherine S. Ziemer 2

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    Müftü, Sinan

    employment DuPont Victoria Plant, Area Engineer, ADN Unit, Victoria, TX June 1987 ­ September 1987 InternshipE Meeting 1998 The American Institute of Chemists Foundation "Outstanding Graduate Student" 1996 Bayer

  6. Amy Katherine Rice Doctoral Student

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    detection, CO2 capture and storage, and climate change modeling. Currently, I am studying trichloroethylene) simulator in support of DOE remediation guidance document. Processed model results using visualization between experiment data and numerical models. My goal is to update conceptual models of shallow subsurface

  7. 13 White hake Katherine Sosebee

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    assessment the stock was not overfished, and overfishing was not occurring. This assessment updates: Based on this updated assessment, white hake (Urophycis tenuis) stock is not overfished and overfishing% of the overfishing threshold proxy (FMSY proxy = 0.188; Figure 67). Table 42: Catch and status table for white hake

  8. Voltammetry of 6,6'-dithiodinicotinic acid on a self-assembled phospholipid monolayer prive

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    Herrero, R.; Vilariño, T.; Barriada, J. L.; Sastre de Vicente, M. E.; López-Fonseca, J. M.; Moncelli, M. R.

    1999-04-01

    This paper reports a voltammetric study of 6,6'-dithiodinicotinic acid (CPDS) across a biomimetic membrane system consisting of a monolayer of dioleoylphosphatidylcholine, deposited on mercury. Because of the low solubility of this compound and its potential decomposition in alkaline media, estimation of pK values for the carboxyl and amino groups of the pyridine ring of the CPDS entailed using the Hammett equation. UV spectra seem to confirm the presence of the dianionic form of CPDS above pH=3-4. Differential capacity and cyclic voltammetry measurements were made in order to characterize the voltammetric behavior directly on mercury and through a monolayer of dioleoylphosphatidylcholine. Estimation of the CPDS hydrophobicity degree from the partition coefficient in octanol/ water suggests no penetration of the dianion into the monolayer and supports the fact that the named dianion undergoes protonation at the phospholipid/solution interface to give a neutral specie which penetration into the phospholipid region, favored by its higher hydrophobicity, is followed by electrochemical reduction at the mercury surface. Nous avons étudié par voltampérométrie le comportement de l'acide 6,6'-dithiodinicotinique (CPDS) sur l'électrode de mercure couverte par une monocouche de dioleoyl-phosphatidylcholine. La caractérisation électrochimique a été effectuée par des mesures de la capacité différentielle et par voltamétrie cyclique au dessus d'un pH 3-4. Le spectre UV paraît confirmer la présence de la forme dianionique du CPDS. Cependant les données expérimentales associées à une estimation de l'hydrophobicité de la forme dianionique suggèrent que seule la forme neutre du CPDS peut être réduite sur la surface de l'électrode.

  9. Justin Ellis March 9, 2007

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    Radcliffe, David

    of the urban food system when community members discover new access to affordable healthy foods (Blair, et al discussions in the literature examine anecdotal accounts of the social benefits afforded host communities. SUBSTANTIAL ECONOMIC BENEFITS BY CONSERVING FOOD DOLLARS Several studies have attempted to assess

  10. Ellis-Van Creveld Dysplasia

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    ... Asthma & Cystic Fibrosis Cancer Biomarkers & Therapeutics Clinical Diagnostics Clinical Research & Development Diabetes & Obesity Healthcare Delivery Science Neurodevelopmental & Musculoskeletal For ...

  11. Justin Ellis Short Memo 2

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    Radcliffe, David

    -regulatory framework for addressing non-point sources of pollution from agricultural sources. This paper will explore-regulatory controls for non-point sources of pollution INTRODUCTION This memo examines Michigan's GAAMP program, or Generally Accepted Agricultural Management Practices. This program has been described as a semi

  12. The proceedings of the sudden oak death second science symposium: the state of our knowledge Afzal-Rafii, Zara 123

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    Bennett, Lynne 455 Bergemann, Sarah 61, 193, 526 Berger, Philip 47 Bernnardt, Elizabeth 383, 427 Bienapfl, Ellen Michaels 27, 113, 413, 489, 513 Gordon, Sarah 515 Gottschalk, K.W. 57 Griffin, Ruth 554, 556 Hayden, Katherine 518, 539 Hesse, C. 141 Heungens, Kurt 79, 241 Hobden, Ellie 554 Hogue, Allan 502 Hong

  13. Obituary: Elizabeth Katherine Holmes, 1973-2004

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    Beichman, Charles Arnold

    2004-12-01

    Elizabeth (Beth) K. Holmes died suddenly in Pasadena on March 23, 2004, from the unexpected effects of a long-standing heart condition. She was 30 years old. At the moment of her passing, she was at her computer comparing her theoretical models on the effects of planets on the distribution of zodiacal dust with some of the first observations from the Spitzer Space Telescope. Born on June 24, 1973, in New York City, Beth was the only child of James and Barbara Holmes, who were respectively, a financial manager and a nurse and social worker. Undeterred by numerous treatments and operations to correct a congenital heart condition, Beth developed an interest in math and physics leading to her graduation from MIT in 1995 with a bachelor's degree in Physics. She entered the University of Florida shortly afterwards to begin her PhD studies under the direction of Stanley Dermott. Beth was particularly interested in the dynamics of interplanetary dust, and initially worked on secular perturbations of the zodiacal cloud: how the planets impose warping of the cloud, and how they can force the center of the cloud to be offset from the Sun. Despite the fact that Beth was primarily a theorist, she was keen to include some observing experience in her PhD education. She recently completed an observing program with Harold Butner at the Steward and Palomar Observatories looking for submillimeter and mid-infrared emission around nearby main-sequence stars - a signpost of planetary formation. The results were published last year in the Astronomical Journal. Beth's PhD thesis work, some results of which were recently published in the Astrophysical Journal, focused on dust originating in the Kuiper belt and how some of this dust is expected to be spatially structured due to resonant interactions with Neptune. This phenomenon may be quite common in other planetary systems, with recent images of Epsilon Eridani perhaps providing a prime example of a Kuiper disk analog. After graduating from Florida in 2002, Beth took up a National Research Council postdoctoral position at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory with Charles Beichman and T. Velusamy with the goal of applying her theoretical knowledge of zodiacal clouds to observations from the Spitzer Space telescope. In advance of the launch of Spitzer, Beth gathered detailed information on over 150 solar type stars and carefully planned a Spitzer observing program to detect faint zodiacal signals. While waiting through numerous launch delays, she prepared models of zodiacal clouds influenced by the presence of planets to be ready when Spitzer images of stars like Vega, Upsilon Andromedae, and Fomalhaut became available. These models were presented as talks and posters at a number of conferences. Her models were a critical part of the Early Release Observations of Fomalhaut and the subsequent Spitzer paper on the possibility that a Jovian-mass planet located approximately 40 AU from the star was responsible for the structures seen in the Fomalhaut disk. The Fomalhaut paper in the special Spitzer edition of the Astrophysical Journal is dedicated to Beth's memory. Beth was an enthusiastic and cheerful colleague who made friends everywhere she worked. In addition to developing friendships and collaborations at JPL, she became a valued member of the Spitzer/MIPS instrument team at the University of Arizona. She was active on the Committee on the Status of Women in Astronomy of the American Astronomical Society, publishing an article on "The Postdoc Perspective on the Women in Astronomy II Conference" in the January 2004 issue of STATUS, the CSWA magazine, and serving as an associate editor of that magazine. She was an inspiring role model for young women in science, befriending and mentoring a number of Caltech women undergraduates, as well as making numerous appearances in K-12 classrooms for science outreach. She pursued her love of plants (cactus in particular), cats and fish, spending her spare time lovingly tending her small garden. Her friends and colleagues will remember Beth for her scienti

  14. Opening Address1 Katherine Anderton2

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    was presented at the Redwood Science Symposium: What does the future hold? March 15-17, 2004, Rohnert Park a keen interest in evolution, found themselves together in a gathering in the redwoods west of Santa Rosa

  15. Katherine Mitchell Internal Organization Development Consultant

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    Alvarez-Cohen, Lisa

    's projects have ranged from one Berkeley's 22 deans to coordinating strategic planning and communication to interviewing UC Berkeley's 22 deans to coordinating strategic planning and communication for 2,500 staff coaching to interviewing UC Berkeley's 22 deans to coordinating strategic planning and communication for 2

  16. Katherine Fu Department of Mechanical Engineering,

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    Cagan, Jonathan

    design stimuli on design solution generation, and places those findings in con- text of results from Pillar, Singapore University of Technical Design, Singapore 138682, Republic of Singapore The Meaning of "Near" and "Far": The Impact of Structuring Design Databases and the Effect of Distance of Analogy

  17. Einstein's Real "Biggest Blunder" Homer G. Ellis

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    Ellis, Homer

    a big bang), an accelerating expansion of the universe, dark matter, and the existence of cosmic voids allowed him to predict, long before such phenomena were imagined by others, inflation, a big bounce (not specifically built into his general theory of relativity, identifies passive gravitational mass with inertial

  18. Einstein's Real ``Biggest Blunder'' Homer G. Ellis

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    Ellis, Homer

    a big bang), an accelerating expansion of the universe, dark matter, and the existence of cosmic voids allowed him to predict, long before such phenomena were imagined by others, inflation, a big bounce (not specifically built into his general theory of relativity, identifies passive gravitational mass with inertial

  19. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechOH:OH_Ellis_R RICHARD ELLIS

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    Faraon, Andrei

    on gravitational lensing and dark matter, the cosmic "dark ages" and cosmic dawn, and the pursuit of the most Institute of Technology Archives. Retrieved [supply date of retrieval] from the World Wide Web: http

  20. Apollo Isaac Orion Ellis The Thesis committee for Apollo Isaac Orion Ellis

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    Lin, Calvin

    is an example of the trade-offs made when designing a mass market power efficient multi-core machine List of Figures x Chapter 1. Introduction 1 Chapter 2. Related Work 6 2.1 MARS: MARS vs Jack Rabbit . . . . . . . 50 Chapter 6. Future Work 55 6.1 Locality Control

  1. Katherine E. Michel 1430 California Street, Apt. 10

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    Sekhon, Jasjeet S.

    / MENTORING EXPERIENCE (UC Berkeley) Head Graduate Student Instructor PS 3: Introduction to Empirical Analysis: Jason Wittenberg M.A. in Southeast European Studies, University of Athens 2010 M.A. Thesis: Euro TRAINING Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models (EITM) Summer 2013 Institute, University

  2. The sensual Apollonian circle packing KATHERINE E. STANGE

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    Stange, Katherine E.

    in integral Apollonian circle packings, named for Apollonius of Perga (262-190 BC), form an infinite 2. A kingdom of palaces: the statement of the Main Bijection 8 2.1. Palaces of Conway and Apollonius

  3. Modeling Infection with Multi-agent Dynamics , Katherine Heller2

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    immediate social network. This paper describes how a common cold spread through a student residence hall-infectious-susceptible (SIS) model for the common cold, in which infectious people become susceptible again once recovered

  4. K. D. Bockrath CV 1 Katherine D. Bockrath

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    Arnold, Jonathan

    , Matthew J. Hill. (2013). The Mussel-Fish Relationship: A Potential New Twist in North American Unionidae? Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 142 (3), 642-648 #12;K. D. Bockrath CV 2 Posters and Presentations Invited Talks 9/2014 How Freshwater Mussel Glochidia use Alabama Shad in the ACF. Alabama Shad

  5. CURRICULUM VITAE KATHERINE J. AUCOIN, PH.D.

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    Li, X. Rong

    , LA · The Importance of Early Identification of Maternal Depression o Lisa S. Segre, Ph.D. 8.D., Eliot Goldman, Ph.D. · Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy - Depression Intervention training o Kevin Stark, Ph health treatment for pregnant women and women with infants, with a focus on perinatal depression

  6. Katherine V. Carrasquillo Department of Applied Physics and Electronics

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    Petta, Jason

    with the nanoparticles : Grind the As2S3 until you acquire a powder form. Mix the As2S3 powder with the solvent (propylamine). Put in a magnetic stirring bar and let it stir for at least on day until you have and homogenous solution Mix in the gold nanoparticles (AuNP) to the solution. #12;Analysis of solution Measure

  7. ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AS A TECHNIQUE FOR LARYNGEAL INVESTIGATION* Katherine S. Harris+

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    some results of studies on the muscular control of the larynx. MUSCLE PROPERTIES The building block, with Some Comparison Information on One of the Eye Muscles and the Biceps Source Larynx Other CT TA IA PCA

  8. Testing a Purportedly More Learnable Auction Mechanism Katherine L. Milkman

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    Chen, Yiling

    School, Harvard University, Boston, MA 02163 gbarron@hbs.edu Kagan Tumer Mechanical Engineering Department, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 97331 kagan.tumer@oregonstate.edu We describe an auction aimed at producing more "learnable" utilities for agents in multiagent systems (Tumer et al., 2002

  9. Katherine Heal CV -page 1 A. CURRICULUM VITAE

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    -destroying methyl halide gases in situ in tropical forests; Identifying the processes by which plant growth promoting bacteria enhance phytoremediation of metal-contaminated soils; Demonstrating that schemes

  10. Katherine A. Mirica Curriculum Vitae Page 1 of 6

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    Levitation in Analysis of Foods and Water" J. Agric. Food Chem., 2010, 58, 6565­6569. 5. Reches, M.; Mirica of Denaturation by Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate" J. Phys. Chem. B., 2011, 115, 1199­1210. 8. Mirica, K. A.; Ilievski, F

  11. Infinite Hierarchical Hidden Markov Models Katherine A. Heller

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    Heller, Katherine

    recognition, detecting topic transitions in video and ex- tracting information from text. The IHHMM provides], information extraction [Skounakis et al., 2003], video structure discovery [Xie et al., 2002] and activity (AISTATS) 2009, Clearwater Beach, Florida, USA. Volume 5 of JMLR: W&CP 5. Copyright 2009 by the authors

  12. The Needles-In-Haystack Problem Katherine Moreland1

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    Truemper, Klaus

    of the fatigue process, military helicopters continuously carry out various measurements and record them in the fleet were similarly close to catastrophic failure. How could those helicopters be identified using, and the vectors of the remaining fleet constitute the haystack. The vectors of the helicopters that are similarly

  13. SCIENTIST: DON'T WORRY, BE NAPPY By KATHERINE PUSHKAR

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    Mednick, Sara C.

    Mednick's work, sleep research focused mostly on sleep deprivation - 50 million Americans suffer from of laziness and indolence. But sleep scientist Sara Mednick is trying to awaken the public to a more positive during the day by strategically scheduling naps according to one's sleep cycle. A sleep cycle lasts

  14. THE WARP DRIVE AND ANTIGRAVITY Homer G. Ellis

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    Ellis, Homer

    that can move a spaceship faster than light can, with modi#12;cation, levitate it as if it were lighter-pass of the spaceship composed of a multitude of tiny topological tunnels. The by-pass would divert the gravitational `ether' into a sink covering part of the spaceship's hull, connected by the tunnels to a source covering

  15. Daniel P. W. Ellis -Curriculum Vit office address

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    Lin, Qiao

    schemes for high-quality audio includ- ing interactive tools. Contributed to MPEG audio `committee code and machine learning for analysis and classification of general audio, speech, and music. · Audio source. · Automatic speech recognition in adverse environments. · Visualization and browsing tools for audio

  16. Edward E. DeMartini Denise M. Ellis

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    lobster Panulirus marginatus fecundit}l, egg size, and spawning frequency before and after exploitation Abstract. - Size-specific fecundi- ties of spiny lobster Panlllirus mar- ginatus were compared for two time for density-dependent responses in other, exploited spiny lobster stocks. Manuscript accepted 19 August 1992

  17. The Centre for REBT UK Affiliate of the Albert Ellis

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    Miall, Chris

    background Disability Discrimination Act 2005 A person has a disability under the Disability Discrimination / College of Life and Environmental Sciences / School of Psychology and select the course from the drop

  18. Spring 2013 Cover image: Swordfish art created by Richard Ellis

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    Mateo, Jill M.

    .00/£13.00 E-book ISBN-13: 978-0-226-75073-6 Bewilderment New Poems and Translations David Ferry ISBN-13: 978-0-226-24488-4 Paper $18.00/£11.50 E-book ISBN-13: 978-0-226-24490-7 Recently Published The Last Walk Reflections on Our Pets at the End of Their Lives Jessica Pierce ISBN-13: 978-0-226-66846-8 Cloth $26.00/£17.00 E-book

  19. The Soils of Brazos, Camp, Ellis, and Washington Counties. 

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    Fraps, G. S. (George Stronach)

    1924-01-01

    10 ............................. Plant food required by crops 12 Pot experiments .......'................................ 12 Average composition of the soil of the counties studied ....... 13 ................................... Soils of Brazos..., as well as by the pot experiments. HOW TO USE THE ANALYSES Analyses of the soils are given in connection with the de- scription of the various types of soil. The interpretation of the analyses is also given and will be discussed there also. If a soil...

  20. Helical circulations in the typhoon boundary layer Ryan Ellis1

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    Businger, Steven

    ., 2008]. Numerical studies include two-scale boundary layer models [Ginis et al., 2004] and 3-D idealized observations of Zhang et al. [2008] and the two-scale boundary layer model of Ginis et al. [2004]. Ginis et al. [2008]. This may help explain damage patterns observed by Fujita [1992] in hurricanes Andrew and Iniki

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    on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) to determine the track record of the Underground Injection Control (UIC) office investigation, I have talked with representatives of the office of Underground Injection Control (Mr. Ben Knape Mining The regulation of in-situ uranium mining in Texas falls under the Texas Railroad Commission (TRC

  2. The LIMS Version 6 Level 3 Dataset Ellis Remsberg

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    data products and the assumptions used for their generation. A sequential estimation algorithm was used], respectively. The Nimbus 7 satellite operated in a Sun-synchronous, near polar orbit, and LIMS obtained its. 2 Data characteristics and algorithm approach The LIMS V6 profiles were generated and output

  3. Denise M. Ellis Edward E. DeMartini

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    fishes Abstract.-Bottom longline and baited video camera operations were conducted at 39 stations off was reevaluated with data from 18 stations sampled during 1993 off Kaneohe Bay. The video index of the maximum was nominally less than that of the longline CPUE. No monotone trend over stations was noted in samples from

  4. Beat Tracking with Dynamic Programming Daniel P.W. Ellis

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    Ellis, Dan

    to a listener's foot-tapping. This paper describes our beat-tracking system, which operates by first estimating for which we would like to be able to track the `beat' of a piece of recorded music ­ analogous the best sequence of beat times through the whole piece that both places beats on moments of high `onset

  5. IN MEDELLN, LISSA BARROWS, LINGJUN BU, ELLIS CALVIN,

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    PROPOSAL GUIDELINES INTEGRAL NEIGHBORHOOD REHABILITATION PROGRAM (PMIB) RISK MANAGEMENT HOUSING AND PERMANENCE FOOD SECURITY SITE PROPOSALS EL FARO TRECE DE NOVIEMBRE LA SIERRA BATALLON GIRARDOT CONCLUSION coordinated efforts gave us access to brilliant organizations and community leaders in Bogotá and Medellín

  6. Silicon-based nanochannel glucose sensor Xihua Wang, Yu Chen, Katherine A. Gibney,a

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    Mohanty, Raj

    % in ethanol with 5% water . Then 3% glucose oxidase in acetic chloride 50 mM buffer pH of 5.1 5% glycerol, 5 of the sensor response on buffer capacity, ionic strength, and pH of the test sample, their compatibility glucose level. To this end, nanoscale sensors may be fundamentally valuable. Semiconductor nanowires

  7. Katherine Tubby For over a decade, numerous volunteers have been involved in a Forest Research (FR)-

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    the impact of pinewood nematode Ecology overview Criteria for changing forest land use Conservation measures of the European forestry­wood chain Creating new broadleaved woodlands by direct seeding Tree Health overview the `timber miles' travelled by Scottish wood (page 39). Native Woodlands Survey for Scotland On behalf

  8. Katherine A. Taylor, M.Sc., Ph.D. University of Notre Dame

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    Tank, Jennifer L.

    DHHS) working groups and committees · Fundamental knowledge of the critical path to licensure for drugs and vaccines, including regulatory compliance with Good Laboratory Practice, Good Manufacturing Practice.Sc., and B.Sc. in Biology with emphasis on immunology, parasitology, and microbiology, respectively Work

  9. An empirical evaluation of the nutrient-color paradigm for lakes Katherine E. Webster

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    Department of Environmental Protection, Augusta, Maine 04333 Jody Connor New Hampshire Department of Biology and Ecology, University of Maine, Orono, Maine 04469 Patricia A. Soranno Department of Fisheries. Mitchell Center for Environmental and Watershed Research, University of Maine, Orono, Maine 04469 Timothy R

  10. Poverty reduction and the developing brain Katherine Magnuson, UW-Madison Kimberly Noble, Columbia University

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    Chen, Zhongping

    of the children's lives, with the first payments occurring shortly after the baby's birth, or (2) a control group and brain development, as well as measures of health and behavior, will be gathered at age three. Results, the proposed project will provide important evidence about the likely effects of tax and income

  11. 158 TCM Vol. 9, No. 6, 1999 Katherine Parker Ponder is at the Departments

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    Ponder, Katherine P.

    reduced by the transfer of genes for kallikrein or atrial natriuretic peptide into the liver by transfer of the low-density lipoprotein receptor gene into the livers of animals with familial hyper, or by expressing antisense for the angiotensin II type 1 receptor after intravenous injec- tion in neonates

  12. Difference in Pay Leave Report Katherine Morris, Department of Literacy Studies & Elementary Education

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    Ravikumar, B.

    grant (on which I was co-PI) and California Common Core Powered by Student Success grant (on which I 2015). Lessons for the Common Core: Changing Classroom Lessons to Improve Opportunities for Learning, each of which is the result of the grant work. Thus far, the proposal for the California Math Council

  13. Rendering the Electromechanical Valve Actuator Globally Asymptotically Stable Katherine S. Peterson*

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    Stefanopoulou, Anna

    the performance of the internal combustion engine. Various control schemes for the EVA have been proposed, however of the internal combustion engine by de- coupling the engine valve timing from other engine events* Anna G. Stefanopoulou Mechanical Engineering Department University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI 48109

  14. Everyone Learns at Cambridge Summer School "This program is a win-win," said Katherine K.

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    Schrag, Daniel

    Rindge and Latin School, experienced high school teachers, Cambridge teens and Harvard Graduate School Dessables, a student at Community Charter School of Cambridge. Nearly 300 Cambridge teens take courses of summer events, see back page. Photo:StephanieMitchell/HarvardNewsOffice Cambridge teens + Mentor school

  15. Synchrony in Stochastically Driven Neuronal Networks with Complex Topologies Katherine A. Newhall,1

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    Kovacic, Gregor

    the synchronization of a stochastically-driven, current-based, integrate-and-fire neuronal model on a preferential networks, integrate-and-fire, synchrony, first passage time I. INTRODUCTION Pulse-coupled network models in the net- work are often described by the integrate-and-fire (IF) oscillator due to its simplicity [14, 15

  16. Cascade-Induced Synchrony in Stochastically-Driven Neuronal Networks Katherine A. Newhall,1

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    Kovacic, Gregor

    consist of simplified point neurons of integrate-and-fire type. The model networks have been either all-to-all coupled networks of identical excitatory, current-based, integrate-and-fire neurons with delta, integrate-and-fire, synchrony, first passage time I. INTRODUCTION Synchronous neuronal network oscillations

  17. Far-field lithospheric deformation in Tibet during continental Katherine E. Dayem,1

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    Kraus, Mary

    that of the Tarim Basin is included in the calculations, shear and vertical strain rates concentrate along-mid-Miocene slip [Darby et al., 2005]. Sediment deposition in three basins in north central Tibet does appear

  18. Climate Change and Plant Diseases: Forests, Crops, and Food Katherine Siegel '13 and Priyan Wickremesinghe `13

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    Smith, Kate

    the one presented here include The Science of Climate Change, An Overview of Climate Change and Human to the proper functioning of ecosystems, which in turn support human health and well-being. Climate change can not yet have a complete understanding of the effects of climate change on plant health, recent work

  19. Hierarchy is Detrimental for Human Cooperation1 Katherine A. Cronin1,2,*

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    Sánchez, Angel "Anxo"

    , Spain15 *kcronin@lpzoo.org16 17 18 19 #12;ABSTRACT20 21 Studies of animal behavior consistently of nonhuman52 animal behavior but has been largely overlooked in human research. Research with animals in the deviate from nonhuman primate findings by demonstrating that human behavior is33 responsive to changing

  20. Computer simulations to classrooms: tools for change Noah S. Podolefsky, Katherine K. Perkins, & Wendy K. Adams

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    Colorado at Boulder, University of

    learning through exploration. We focus on interactions between three scales of tools: representations, physics education research PACS: 01.40.Fk, 01.40.Di, 01.40.Ha I TRODUCTIO Traditionally, introductory, students generally work with equipment such as circuits, magnets, or gliders while following a set

  1. Katherine Cartwright Undressing the English Gentleman through the Eyes of John Leech

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    Edwards, Paul N.

    of Islam and the Legacy of Black Separatism (Advisor: Angela Dillard, Residential College) Daniel O OF PRIZES and HONORS CORDS Stephen J. Tonsor Best Oral Presentation of Thesis Award James A. Knight Gaggio) Christine Convery "Black, Proud, Beautiful, Relevant, Yours": The Student Voice in Detroit

  2. Katherine Steele Brokaw University of California, Merced School of Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts

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    Oviedo, Néstor J.

    , July 2013. "Staging Religious Change in the Music of The Tempest." Paper to be presented to the Renaissance Society of America. San Diego, April 2013. "Music and Religious Change in The Tempest." Paper

  3. A reply to Gomez and Hart's `goldrush' KATHERINE CROWLEY (NE DONOVAN)* AND JOHN R ELLIOTT*

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    Elliott, John

    from the explosions and initial radiation release. A recently published World Health Organization (WHO 2013) report concludes that for the general population inside and outside of Japan, the predicted risks are low and no observable increase in cancer rates above the baseline rates are anticipated, except

  4. A review of "Visual Rhetoric and Early Modern English Literature" by Katherine Acheson 

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    Palmer, Philip S.

    2014-01-01

    to the first function, Adam is the cause of Christ, and Christ is the summation and effect of Adam and all other preceding pieces of the genealogical diagram. Reading Satan’s propensity for paradoxical logic against this providential cause and effect... function, Acheson describes how satanic oxymorons represent a “desire to corrupt not only the specific cause and effect relationships asserted by God, but the possibility of knowing cause and effect at all” (63). In her section on the second function...

  5. Wetting hysteresis and droplet roll off behavior on superhydrophobic surfaces by Katherine Marie Smyth.

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    Smyth, Katherine Marie

    2010-01-01

    Various states of hydrophobic wetting and hysteresis are observed when water droplets are deposited on micro-post surfaces of different post densities. Hysteresis is commonly defined as the difference between the advancing ...

  6. Transcoding Characteristics of Web Images Surendar Chandra, Ashish Gehani, Carla Schlatter Ellis and Amin Vahdat

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    Vahdat, Amin

    characteristics. Transcoding can be performed along a number of different axes and the specific transcoding images. We analyze the characteristics of images available on the Web through a representative trace. We networks such as high speed LANs, ISDN, DSL, cable and telephone modems to wireless technologies

  7. Cosmic acceleration, inflation, dark matter, and dark `energy' in one neat package Homer G. Ellis

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    Ellis, Homer

    solutions that exhibit acceleration, inflation, coasting, and a `big bounce' instead of a `big bang tunnels in space which gravitationally attract on their front, entrance sides and repel more strongly for the vacuum, R - 1 2 Rg = 0 as currently formulated, to include the contribution of a continuous distribution

  8. "Their Experience Is the Immigrant Experience": Ellis Island, Documentary Film, and Rhetorically Reversible Whiteness

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    Irwin, Meryl J.

    2013-01-01

    Political advocates on the ideological right have long taken seriously what their counterparts on the left have not: white racialized affect. As left activists and scholars have alternately lamented and raged over the steady creep of the "middle" to the "right," they have documented in detail the outcomes of whites' refusal to engage in "genuine"…

  9. Detecting Alarm Sounds Dan Ellis Columbia University dpwe@ee.columbia.edu

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    Ellis, Dan

    alarms. · Three different alarms are added to a pop music background. · The third alarm is not detected-separation approach that tries to isolate alarms from background noise Alarm sound corpus · A set of 50 short alarm was trained by back-propagation on alarm examples artificially mixed with a range of background noises

  10. The Use of Terahertz Spectroscopy in Biomolecular T. Harwood & Dr E. Ellis

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    Greenaway, Alan

    into close contact with the crystal to ensure close contact and good interaction between molecules and the evanescent wave. To reduce absorbance from liquid water, aqueous samples were dried directly onto the crystal. Absorption spectrum of plasmid (Blue) , salmon sperm (Red) and herring sperm (Pink) DNA in the upper region

  11. A Resource Guide for Celebrating the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, 1986. Bulletin 1783.

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    Kerr, Myrtle; Cookston, James S.

    Compiled to help celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Statue of Liberty, this selection of books, periodicals, audiovisuals, and other educational resources was intended to help stimulate discussion, promote projects, and create awareness of the Statue of Liberty Centennial. Listed are 24 books, 18 magazine articles, and 3 films about the Statue…

  12. Cosmic acceleration, inflation, dark matter, and dark `energy' in one neat package Homer G. Ellis

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    Ellis, Homer

    cosmological solutions that exhibit acceleration, inflation, coasting, and a `big bounce' instead of a `big bang'. The repulsive matter is identified as the back sides of the `drainholes' (called by some allgemeinen Relativit¨atstheorie [1] that gave a thorough presentation of the theory of gravity he had worked

  13. Cosmic acceleration, inflation, dark matter, and dark `energy' in one neat package Homer G. Ellis

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    Ellis, Homer

    cosmological solutions that exhibit acceleration, inflation, coasting, and a `big bounce' instead of a `big bang'. The repulsive matter is identified as the back sides of the `drainholes' (called by some allgemeinen RelativitË?atstheorie [1] that gave a thorough presentation of the theory of gravity he had worked

  14. Ashline and Ellis-Monaghan Modeling Water Rocket Flight HOW HIGH? HOW FAST?

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    Ashline, George

    for launching and videotaping a water rocket flight to provide the experimental data. Because of factors a model for the rocket height of a single water rocket launch after videotaping it in front of a building in a substantial way. compressed air water air pump launch trigger (seals rocket to air pump while pumping

  15. A catalogue of the Ellis collection of ornithological books in the University of Kansas Libraries

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    Mengel, Robert M.

    1972-01-01

    kinds, being able to devote far more space to rarities and to historical and bibliographic matters) such as those by Jean Anker (The University Library at Copenhagen), Casey A. Wood (McGill University libraries), and John T. Zimmer (Ayer Library... to Robert Vosper, former Director of Libraries, for much encouragement and support. For assistance of varied kinds I thank other past and present mem bers of the Library staff, notably Thomas R. Buckman, Carol Chittenden, Earl Farley, John Glinka...

  16. A Comparison of Rational Emotive Therapy and Tibetan Buddhism: Albert Ellis and the Dalai Lama

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    Holt, Susan A; Austad, Carol Shaw

    2013-01-01

    This article explores conceptual and methodological similarities between Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) and Tibetan Buddhism (TB). The authors examine some of the values and concepts they share. They compare the two systems on a number of issues: philosophical underpinnings, concepts of what causes human psychopathology, techniques to…

  17. CHICANA/O STUDIES MINOR CHECKLIST Student Advisor: Eleuteria (Ellie) Hernndez Gonzlez

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    Learning M102 The Mexican American and the Schools (Education M102) M103C/D/G Origins and Evolution) 131 Barrio Popular Culture C 132 Border Consciousness M133 Chicana Lesbian Literature (LGBTS M133 Participation 150 Affirmative Action: History and Politics 151 Human Rights in the Americas 152 Disposable

  18. Towards an Online Community of History Jason B. Ellis and Amy S. Bruckman

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    Bruckman, Amy

    to them in their lives. In working together, kids get a chance to learn history from those who actually questions, and discuss. Based on these interactions, kids and seniors work together to build artifacts of designing software to enhance this interaction between kids and seniors. A number of human interface issues

  19. Feedback between rifting and diapirism can exhume ultrahigh-pressure rocks S.M. Ellis a,

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    Hacker, Bradley R.

    .A. Little b , L.M. Wallace a , B.R. Hacker c , S.J.H. Buiter d a GNS Science, P.O. Box 30368, Lower Hutt terranes remain uncertain or variable (e.g., Burov et al., 2001; Gerya and Stockhert, 2006; Hacker, 2007

  20. Immigration: From the Founding of Virginia to the Closing of Ellis Island. An Eyewitness History.

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    Wepman, Dennis

    It can be said that U.S. immigration started in 1607, when the first settlers joined the original colonists on the shores of the United States. Since then, people of every nation, ethnicity, and class have come to the United States, looking for freedom, prosperity, and stability. While originally immigrants flowed freely into the United States,…

  1. Extractable and dissolved soil organic nitrogen A quantitative assessment Gerard H. Ros a,*, Ellis Hoffland a

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    van Kessel, Chris

    and Schimel, 2003). DON originates from plant litter leachates, microbial and root exudates, and hydrolysis of Plant Sciences, Davis, CA 95616, USA a r t i c l e i n f o Article history: Received 8 August 2008 rates buffer DON. The large range in EON as affected by different methodology emphasizes the importance

  2. J. ELLIS BLANTON University of South Florida 813-974-6757

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    Jank, Wolfgang

    technology (IT), social and organizational impacts of IT, and professional development of IT professionals Moody - completed May 1993 Dianne Jordan - completed April 1994 Thomas Schambach - completed August 1994 of Dissertation Committees Ronald Brensinger (MKT) - completed Sep 1993 Michael Powell (MKT) - completed April

  3. 1001Ellis et al.--Acidic hot spring microorganisms Short communication

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    Kelley, Scott

    are reported for the first time in the low pH high temperature springs of Waiotapu, North Island, New Zealand, the highest temperature at which microbes were observed was 77°C and at pH 4.5, it was 87°C. Cells at pH 2, 77 of temperature, pH, and redox potential (Eh) in the Taupo Volcanic Zone (TVZ). One of the study sites

  4. On the Heimatbestimmung of the Ellis County (Kansas) Volga German Dialects

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    Keel, William

    1982-01-01

    (Stadtmundart) of Katharinenstadt.11 For the four West Middle German dialects Dinges offered a set of key words to help identify the dialects: Upper Hessian: broudzr 'brother,7 fist ' f i r m f l a j 'meat.' Hessian-Palatine: fcjt 'firm,' gsbroxz 'broken...' evidences the double ending common to words ending in g/k in the WMG area near and to the north of the Main River. The diminutive ending points directly to the Palatinate and the South Hessian area as a potential linguistic homeland for these dialects.'5...

  5. Immigration beyond Ellis Island: Suggestions for Teaching about Immigration in the Now

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    Hossain, Kazi I.

    2014-01-01

    America's history books abound with stories of immigrants who contributed to the development of this country. In terms of social studies curriculum, all states require schools to teach about immigration. However, the question is how to teach this topic in a manner that will give students--elementary through high school--a better understanding of…

  6. The Significance of Textures for Affective Interfaces Paula M. Ellis and Joanna J. Bryson

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    Bryson, Joanna J.

    in the entertainment/video game sector. They argue that users have higher expectations for the performance of the more in the academic world regarding facial representation of emotion [6, 34]. There is also little available research regarding the success of vir- tual agents in effectively displaying their emotions to users. Haddad

  7. Acquiring Domain-Speci c Planners by Example Elly Winner Manuela Veloso

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    in part by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) under agreement number No. F30602-00-2-0549. The views and conclusions contained in this document or endorsements, either expressed or implied, of DARPA or AFRL. #12; Keywords: plan execution, formation

  8. Acquiring Domain-Specific Planners by Example Elly Winner Manuela Veloso

    E-print Network

    in part by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) under agreement number No. F30602-00-2-0549. The views and conclusions contained in this document or endorsements, either expressed or implied, of DARPA or AFRL. #12;Keywords: plan execution, formation

  9. LOCATING SINGING VOICE SEGMENTS WITHIN MUSIC SIGNALS Adam L. Berenzweig and Daniel P.W. Ellis

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    Ellis, Dan

    and as a precursor to automatic recognition of lyrics. Here, we approach this problem by using the acoustic clas at the frame level. The utility of different features, and our plans for eventual lyrics recognition melodic `hooks' and of course the lyrics (word transcript) of the piece. It would be very useful

  10. Integrating Probabilistic Extraction Models and Data Mining to Discover Relations and Patterns in Text

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    McCallum, Andrew

    sentences: 1. George W. Bush's father is George H. W. Bush. 2. George H. W. Bush's sister is Nancy Bush Ellis. 3. Nancy Bush Ellis's son is John Prescott Ellis. 4. John Prescott Ellis analyzed George W. Bush. cousin Nancy Ellis Bush sibling George HW Bush George W Bush son John Prescott Ellis son Figure 1: Bush

  11. 2009; doi: 10.1101/pdb.prot5252Cold Spring Harb Protoc Katherine E. Varley and Robi D. Mitra

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    Mitra, Rob

    . Nested Patch PCR can be performed on many samples in parallel, and by using sample-specific DNA barcodes that is described here provides an easy workflow to identify SNPs and mutations across many targeted loci for many samples. Nested Patch PCR products can be sequenced to identify SNPs and mutations using the Roche/454

  12. KATHERINE R. M. MACKEY 260 Panama St Stanford CA 94305 301.356.4041 kmackey@stanford.edu

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    Paytan, Adina

    research course, Sea of Cortez, Mexico, Columbia University, 1998 Internship, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Neuroscience, Washington, DC, 1997 - 1998 Internship, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research Teaching Assistant, Watersheds and Wetlands, Stanford University, Fall 2004 Teaching Assistant, General

  13. DownloadedBy:[UniversityofCanterbury]At:04:115March2008 Katherine Bessie`re, Sara Kiesler,

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    Depression; longitudinal study; Internet uses; social support; extraversion; interpersonal interaction Internet use will affect people's psychological well-being. The social augmentation hypothesis suggests social interaction and by enlarging their social network (e.g. Kraut et al. 2002). The implication

  14. Risk Communication Design: Video vs. Text Vaibhav Garg, L. Jean Camp, Katherine Connelly, and Lesa Lorenzen-Huber

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    Camp, L. Jean

    ;about younger adults, their use of social media, and their disregard for privacy. But older adults may: Risk, Privacy, Video, Mental Models, Phishing, Malware 1 Introduction Emerging digital technologies are typically neither designed by or for older adults, increasing older adults' susceptibility to privacy

  15. Synthesis of Tiled Patterns Using Factor Graphs YI-TING YEH, KATHERINE BREEDEN, LINGFENG YANG, MATTHEW FISHER, and PAT HANRAHAN

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    Bejerano, Gill

    and the ISTC-VC Intel Science and Technology Center for Visual Computing fund. K. Breeden acknowledges, to republish, to post on servers, to redistribute to lists, or to use any component of this work in other works of visual arts also share this characteristic. Today, many interesting patterns may be synthesized

  16. A Review of "The Style of the State in French Theater, 1630-1660" by Katherine Ibbett 

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    Meere, Michael

    2009-01-01

    -century opposition of Corneille?s moral probity to ?his alleged arch-rival Richelieu,? Louis XIII?s minister who has often been associated with the Florentine political theorist (15). While Ibbett suggests that this rivalry is probably untrue, she underscores... tragedies, such as Laudun d?Aigaliers? Diocl?tien (1596), Pierre Troterel?s Sainte Agn?s (1615) and Etienne Poytevin?s Sainte Catherine (1619), the latter both about female martyrs, do not stage the saints? demise. Nonethe- less, such pitfalls are rare...

  17. Title: Social Mobilization and the Politics of Climate Change Organizers: Wendy Wolford, Mike Hoffmann, Katherine McComas, Shorna Allred,

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    Walter, M.Todd

    Title: Social Mobilization and the Politics of Climate Change Organizers: Wendy Wolford, Mike and yet it occupies scant space on the political landscape in the United States. Significant reductions appeal that galvanized political support for radical change in the 1970s, and no alternative forms

  18. A review of "Gender and Song in Early Modern England" edited by Leslie C. Dunn and Katherine R. Larson 

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    Burke, Victoria E.

    2015-01-01

    was captured in song is Nora Corrigan’s “Song, Political Resistance, and Masculinity in Thomas Heywood’s The Rape of Luc- rece.” Unusually, most of the songs in this play are sung by lords, most notably Valerius and Brutus, who subvert masculine expectations... by turning away from responsibility and towards pleasure with male social equals and inferiors. Corrigan demonstrates that Lucrece’s rape is not the focal point of the play, and indeed that she is not given a voice. Instead the play’s message of resistance...

  19. The Relative Influence of Place and Direction in the Morris Water Task Derek A. Hamilton, Katherine G. Akers,

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    Hamilton, Derek

    demonstrated that rats display a preference for directional responding over true place navigation in the Morris's position in the room (Experiments 4­5). A modest preference for navigation to the precise spatial location and debated than the question of what is learned when navigation to a particular place is reinforced. Tolman

  20. A fungal endophyte slows litter decomposition in CARRI J. LEEROY*, DYLAN G. FISCHER*, KATHERINE HALSTEAD*, MARGARET PRYOR*,

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    LeRoy, Carri J.

    been suggested that a variety of terrestrial agents (e.g. drought, herbivory, pathogens, air pollution uninfected leaves. These reduced rates of decomposition existed despite 50% greater nitrogen in infected leaves were infected by R. punctatum. Since R. punctatum infection can influence leaf tissue on entire

  1. Children's Use of Disfluencies for Pragmatic Inference in Lexical Development Celeste Kidd, Katherine S. White, and Richard N. Aslin

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    Makous, Walter

    Children's Use of Disfluencies for Pragmatic Inference in Lexical Development Celeste Kidd & Cognitive Sciences, Meliora Hall Rochester, NY 14627 USA Abstract In early lexical development, children present when any word is used, a child is charged with the difficult task of inferring the speaker

  2. CONTROLLED VARIABLES IN SENTENCE INTONATION* Carole E. Gelfer,t Katherine S. Harris,t and Thomas Haer

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    of the respiratory system are marshalled in such a way as to maintain p.. However, these studies have examined only it reflects ongoing control of the respiratory musculature in order to produce dynamically stable pressures

  3. Estimating the Material Properties of Fabric from Video Katherine L. Bouman Bei Xiao Peter Battaglia William T. Freeman

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    Reif, Rafael

    of computer vision. Although the computer vision commu- nity has made great strides in the last couple the material properties of objects on a daily basis. Designing a system to estimate these properties from with their environment. Additionally, it can be very useful for many applications such as robotics, on- line shopping

  4. Application Fall 2012 Email President Kyle Quinn, chriskq@okstate.edu, or Membership Vice-President Katherine Lowe,

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    Meetings: 9/6 ­ Game Night at 8pm, SU Basement 9/11 ­ Party on Library Lawn at 7pm 9/12 ­ Info Meeting at 5, educational and intellectual heritage. Possible Events: · Wildlife Expo · Humane Society · Habitat

  5. Estimation des Clienteles Scolaires des Resaux Public et Prive Quebec et Regions Administratives Scolaires 1974-75 a 1978-79. Documents Demographie Scolaire 9-35 (Estimation of Students in Public and Private Systems of Quebec and School Administrative Regions 1974-75 to 1978-79. Scholastic Demographic Document 9-35).

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    Dufour, Desmond; Lesperance, Andre

    This document completes the series of educational forecasts for the Province of Quebec. Enrollment forecasts are based on three hypotheses of growth at the public and private level. Projections are supplied for all the administrative districts and the province as a whole. (Author/MLF)

  6. Grantee Spotlight: Nathan Ellis, Ph.D. Seeks Molecular Basis of Colorectal Cancer Disparities in African Americans

    Cancer.gov

    Colorectal cancer (CRC) death rates have been declining steadily overall; however, the same has not been true among African Americans (AA). While access to healthcare may be a partial explanation, there is the possibility that genetic differences between AA and non-AA populations explain some of the discrepancy.

  7. Bioactivity-guided fractionation and analysis of compounds with anti-influenza virus activity from Gardenia jasminoides Ellis.

    PubMed

    Yang, Quanjun; Wu, Bin; Shi, Yujing; Du, Xiaowei; Fan, Mingsong; Sun, Zhaolin; Cui, Xiaolan; Huang, Chenggang

    2012-01-01

    Bioassay-guided fractionation of extracts from Fructus Gardeniae led to analysis of its bioactive natural products. After infection by influenza virus strain A/FM/1/47-MA in vivo, antiviral activity of the extracts were investigated. The target fraction was orally administered to rats and blood was collected. High-performance liquid chromatography coupled with photo diode array detector and electrospray ion trap multiple-stage tandem mass spectrometry was applied to screen the compounds absorbed into the blood. A structural characterization based on the retention time, ultraviolet spectra, parent ions and fragmentation ions was performed. Thirteen compounds were confirmed or tentatively identified. This provides an accurate profile of the composition of bioactive compounds responsible for the anti-influenza properties. PMID:22297738

  8. Geniposide, from Gardenia jasminoides Ellis, inhibits the inflammatory response in the primary mouse macrophages and mouse models.

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    Fu, Yunhe; Liu, Bo; Liu, Jinhua; Liu, Zhicheng; Liang, Dejie; Li, Fengyang; Li, Depeng; Cao, Yongguo; Zhang, Xichen; Zhang, Naisheng; Yang, Zhengtao

    2012-12-01

    Geniposide, a main iridoid glucoside component of gardenia fruit, has been known to exhibit antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and other important therapeutic activities. The objective of this study was to investigate the protective effects of geniposide on inflammation in lipopolysaccharide (LPS) stimulated primary mouse macrophages in vitro and LPS induced lung injury model in vivo. The expression of pro-inflammatory cytokines was determined by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA). Nuclear factor-kappa B (NF-?B), inhibitory kappa B (I?B?) protein, p38, extracellular signal-regulated kinase (ERK), c-Jun N-terminal kinase (JNK) and Toll-like receptor 4 (TLR4) were determined by Western blot. Further analysis was carried out in mTLR4 and mMD-2 co-transfected HEK293 cells. The results showed that geniposide markedly inhibited the LPS-induced TNF-?, IL-6 and IL-1? production both in vitro and in vivo. Geniposide blocked the phosphorylation of I?B?, p65, p38, ERK and JNK in LPS stimulated primary mouse macrophages. Furthermore, geniposide inhibited the expression of TLR4 in LPS stimulated primary mouse macrophages and inhibited the LPS-induced IL-8 production in HEK293-mTLR4/MD-2 cells. In vivo study, it was also observed that geniposide attenuated lung histopathologic changes in the mouse models. These results suggest that geniposide exerts an anti-inflammatory property by down-regulating the expression of TLR4 up-regulated by LPS. Geniposide is highly effective in inhibiting acute lung injury and may be a promising potential therapeutic reagent for acute lung injury treatment. PMID:22878137

  9. Ellis & Knaus, 1977; Ferrari, 2001 as cited in Dembo & Seli 2008 USC Kortschak Center for Learning and Creativity

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    Zhou, Chongwu

    can help you get it done. For example, deciding to exercise soon after you wake up can help you with a stereo, TV, or bed may not be the best place to begin and sustain motivation to complete the task

  10. Currentcy: A Unifying Abstraction for Expressing Energy Management Heng Zeng, Carla S. Ellis, Alvin R. Lebeck, and Amin Vahdat

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    Vahdat, Amin

    applications, it is important not just to achieve a target battery lifetime but to perform more work during policies to effectively manage energy consumption in battery- powered mobile/wireless devices. The proposed ECOSystem to address four new goals: 1) reducing residual battery capacity at the end of the targeted

  11. Source separation based on binaural cues and source model constraints Ron J. Weiss, Michael I. Mandel, Daniel P. W. Ellis

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    Ellis, Dan

    Source separation based on binaural cues and source model constraints Ron J. Weiss, Michael I, NY, 10027 {ronw,mim,dpwe}@ee.columbia.edu Abstract We describe a system for separating multiple parameters of the joint model. The system is able to separate more sound sources than there are observed

  12. Production and carbonate dynamics of Halimeda incrassata (Ellis) Lamouroux altered by Thalassia testudinum Banks and Soland ex König

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    Barry, S.; Frazer, T.; Jacoby, C.

    2013-05-01

    Ocean acidification poses a serious threat to a broad suite of calcifying organisms. Scleractinian corals and calcareous algae that occupy shallow, tropical waters are vulnerable to global changes in ocean chemistry because they already are subject to stressful and variable carbon dynamics at the local scale. For example, net heterotrophy increases carbon dioxide concentrations, and pH varies with diurnal fluctuations in photosynthesis and respiration. Few researchers, however, have investigated the possibility that carbon dioxide consumption during photosynthesis by non-calcifying photoautotrophs, such as seagrasses, can ameliorate deleterious effects of ocean acidification on sympatric calcareous algae. Naturally occurring variations in the density of seagrasses and associated calcareous algae provide an ecologically relevant test of the hypothesis that diel fluctuations in water chemistry driven by cycles of photosynthesis and respiration within seagrass beds create microenvironments that enhance macroalgal calcification. In Grape Tree Bay off Little Cayman Island BWI, we quantified net production and characterized calcification for thalli of the calcareous green alga Halimeda incrassata growing within beds of Thalassia testudinum with varying shoot densities. Results indicated that individual H. incrassata thalli were ~6% more calcified in dense seagrass beds. On an areal basis, however, far more calcium carbonate was produced by H. incrassata in areas where seagrasses were less dense due to higher rates of production. In addition, diel pH regimes in vegetated and unvegetated areas within the lagoon were not significantly different, suggesting water exchange and mixing throughout the lagoon. These results suggest that, especially in well-mixed lagoons, carbonate production by calcareous algae may be more related to biotic interactions between seagrasses and calcareous algae than to seagrass-mediated changes in local water chemistry.

  13. Essays in Paleontology and Stratigraphy: R. C. Moore Commemorative Volume, edited by Curt Teichert and Ellis L. Yochelson

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    1967-01-01

    , Nebraskacrinus tourteloti Moore, was designed by John Koenig, Continental Oil Company, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and Maxim M. Elias, U.S. Geological Survey, Washington, D.C. The University of Kansas Endowment Association, through action of its Executive Secretary... Geological Survey, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Okla- homa. John C. Frye, State Geological Survey Division, Natural Resources Building, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois. Merrill W. Haas, Humble Oil & Refining Company, Box 2180, Houston, Texas. John...

  14. Enhancing Depth Perception in Translucent Volumes Marta A. Kersten, A. James Stewart, Niko Troje, and Randy Ellis

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    Stewart, James

    Enhancing Depth Perception in Translucent Volumes Marta A. Kersten, A. James Stewart, Niko Troje studies that consider the effects of stereopsis and simulated aerial perspective on depth perception an improvement of depth perception in DRRs may help diagnosis and surgical planning. Keywords: Stereo, Stereopsis

  15. On the mechanism underlying photosynthetic limitation upon trigger hair irritation in the carnivorous plant Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula Ellis)

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    Pavlovi?, Andrej; Slováková, L'udmila; Pandolfi, Camilla; Mancuso, Stefano

    2011-01-01

    Mechanical stimulation of trigger hairs on the adaxial surface of the trap of Dionaea muscipula leads to the generation of action potentials and to rapid leaf movement. After rapid closure secures the prey, the struggle against the trigger hairs results in generation of further action potentials which inhibit photosynthesis. A detailed analysis of chlorophyll a fluorescence kinetics and gas exchange measurements in response to generation of action potentials in irritated D. muscipula traps was used to determine the ‘site effect’ of the electrical signal-induced inhibition of photosynthesis. Irritation of trigger hairs and subsequent generation of action potentials resulted in a decrease in the effective photochemical quantum yield of photosystem II (?PSII) and the rate of net photosynthesis (AN). During the first seconds of irritation, increased excitation pressure in photosystem II (PSII) was the major contributor to the decreased ?PSII. Within ?1?min, non-photochemical quenching (NPQ) released the excitation pressure at PSII. Measurements of the fast chlorophyll a fluorescence transient (O-J-I-P) revealed a direct impact of action potentials on the charge separation–recombination reactions in PSII, although the effect seems to be small rather than substantial. All the data presented here indicate that the main primary target of the electrical signal-induced inhibition of photosynthesis is the dark reaction, whereas the inhibition of electron transport is only a consequence of reduced carboxylation efficiency. In addition, the study also provides valuable data confirming the hypothesis that chlorophyll a fluorescence is under electrochemical control. PMID:21289078

  16. 176 PART 2 LANDSCAPE DESIGN GUIDELINES AND PRECINCT PLANS View of Ellis Hollow Athletics Complex looking north

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    COMPLEX NUT GROVE POULTRY SCIENCE BUILDINGS LIBRARY STORAGE FACILITY LIBRARY STORAGE FACILITY EAST HILL RECREATIONWAY NEWMAN BARN A POULTRY BUILDING W SWINE BARNS EASTITHACARECREATIONALTRAIL OPEN FIELDS PADDOCK POULTRY SCIENCE BUILDINGS LIBRARY STORAGE FACILITY EAST HILL RECREATIONWAY NEWMAN BARN A POULTRY BUILDING

  17. Total Synthesis of Brevetoxin A Michael T. Crimmins,* J. Lucas Zuccarello, J. Michael Ellis, Patrick J. McDougall,

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    , Patrick J. McDougall, Pamela A. Haile, Jonathan D. Parrish, and Kyle A. Emmitte Department of Chemistry.; Lenzi, A.; Abbott, J. P.; Granholm, A.; Jacocks, H. M.; Gannon, D.; Henry, M.; Pierce, R.; Baden, D. G

  18. State & Federal Initiatives Energy and Waste- The Landmark Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Energy Savings Performance Contract 

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    Leach, M. D.

    1997-01-01

    Monument are perhaps the most visible Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPC) performed in the U.S. to date simply because of the international notoriety of the facilities themselves. While the technologies installed and the methodologies used...

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    ... Board adopted the alternative site framework (ASF) in December 2008 (74 FR 1170, 01/12/09; correction 74 FR 3987, 01/22/09) as an option for the establishment or reorganization of general-purpose zones... inviting public comment was given in the Federal Register (75 FR 3705, 01/22/10; 75 FR 17125, 04/05/10)...

  20. Is Angel Island the Ellis Island of the West? Teaching Multiple Perspective-Taking in American Immigration History

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    Ciardiello, A. Vincent

    2012-01-01

    Education in the twenty-first century requires that all students learn the social studies skills that help them understand the complex issues related to civic ideals and practices. One of these skills is developing multiple perspective-taking. Many educators believe that this critical thinking ability is not only for upper level students but also…

  1. DETECTING MUSIC IN AMBIENT AUDIO BY LONG-WINDOW AUTOCORRELATION Keansub Lee and Daniel P. W. Ellis

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    Ellis, Dan

    is whitened by LPC. Using such features, further compensated by their long-term aver- age to remove the effect such as babble, crowd, traffic, or handling artifacts. This unpredictable noise can have a great impact

  2. Proceedings of the Human Language Technology Conference of the North American Chapter of the ACL, pages 296303, New York, June 2006. c 2006 Association for Computational Linguistics

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    . Bush's father is George H. W. Bush. 2. George H. W. Bush's sister is Nancy Bush Ellis. 3. Nancy Bush Ellis's son is John Prescott Ellis. 4. John Prescott Ellis analyzed George W. Bush's campaign. We would Bush sibling George HW Bush George W Bush son John Prescott Ellis son Figure 1: Bush family tree State

  3. CODS: Evolving Data Efficiently and Scalably in Column Oriented Databases

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    Chen, Yi

    GrantAve Jones Shorthand 425 GrantAve Roberts Light Cleaning 747 IndustrialWay Ellis Alchemy 747Ave Employee Skill Jones Typing Jones Shorthand Roberts Light Cleaning Ellis Alchemy Jones Whittling Ellis

  4. Automatic Die Placement and Flexible I/O Assignment in 2.5D IC Design Daniel P. Seemuth, Azadeh Davoodi, Katherine Morrow

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    Davoodi, Azadeh

    Automatic Die Placement and Flexible I/O Assignment in 2.5D IC Design Daniel P. Seemuth, Azadeh and procedure for design automation of 2.5D interposer-based multi-die ICs. Our approach is designed for (but not limited to) 2.5D ICs that contain one or more dies with flexible I/Os--such as FPGA dies. Given a set

  5. Examining the Proteome of Drosophila Across Organism Lifespan Rena~ A. Sowell, Katherine E. Hersberger, Thomas C. Kaufman, and David E. Clemmer*,

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    Clemmer, David E.

    as a function of age. As a model system for studying aging, Drosophila is attractive for a number of reasons of this model.4 Many studies have characterized gene expression changes in aging Drosophila,5-15 and the present and the similarities and differences are presented. Keywords: aging · Drosophila melanogaster · proteomics · ion

  6. A review of "Love, Sex, Intimacy, and Friendship Between Men, 1550-1800." by Katherine O’Donnell and Michael O’Rourke, eds. 

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    George Klawitter

    2003-01-01

    on such short notice. Overall, the preface to the book is scattered and not of much help to the very fine essays that follow it. Halperin, who has done vin- tage work in gay studies, did not seem to expend much effort on the writing of this preface... in literature. Eventually, a reader presumes, both ?homodepressed? and ?homomorbid? will serve as investigative tools for Renaissance researchers. The scarcity of Renaissance gay texts, however, may limit the usefulness of Rousseau?s latter two terms...

  7. Green Roofs: Optimizing the Water Quality of Rooftop Runoff Brett Long, Dr. Shirley E. Clark, Dr. Katherine Baker, Dr. Robert Berghage

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    Clark, Shirley E.

    for pollutant retention from synthetic acid rain containing nutrients and metals. Once the mineral portion Runoff pH is elevated compared to the acid rain, indicating neutralization of the acid rain retention of total phosphorus from the acid rain occurs within the fine grade expanded shale (and at much

  8. A review of "Individuals, Familes, and Communities in Europe, 1200-1800: The Urban Foundations of Western Society" by Katherine A. Lynch. 

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    Alisa Plant

    2004-01-01

    encour- ages research on the sorts of factors and interrelationships ex- plored here, I will count my work a success? (221). It will, and she should. William R. Shea and Mariano Artigas. Galileo in Rome: The Rise and Fall of a Troublesome Genius..., profes- sor of Philosophy of Science at the University of Navarra, recon- struct Galileo?s personal life by highlighting his six trips to Rome. This is surely an original point of view, allowing the authors to lay stress on the famous case between...

  9. Vector Control and Foliar Nutrition for Management of Huanglongbing in Florida Citrus Philip A. Stansly, H. Alejandro Arevalo, Jawwad A. Qureshi, Moneen M. Jones, Katherine

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    7.4 Vector Control and Foliar Nutrition for Management of Huanglongbing in Florida Citrus Philip A, And Fritz M. Roka Huanglongbing (HLB) or citrus greening is a bacterial disease vectored by the Asian citrus

  10. Water Conservation: A Tool to Build Understanding, Service and Awareness about Natural Resources Linda Ruiz McCall, Katherine K. Ellins, and Bridget Cameron

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    McCall, L. R.; Ellins, K. K.; Cameron, B.

    2010-12-01

    Water is arguably our most important natural resource, essential for sustaining life on Earth; necessary to support agriculture and industry; and important for fisheries, power, navigation, and recreation. As world population increases and climate change brings about a redistribution of water and people across our planet, water resource management and conservation are increasingly important. Based on current population projections for Texas, about 85 percent of the state’s projected population will not have enough water by 2060 in drought conditions. Water conservation is critical for meeting the state’s long-term water needs. To that end, the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) is engaged in a number of education and outreach programs. In this paper, we report on three TWDB educational campaigns. Water Exploration, a Web-based water resources education program for Texas high school students, Put Some Blue in Your Green School, a service learning project designed to promote interaction between schools and their local communities, and Water IQ: Know Your Water, a public awareness campaign for water conservation. Water Exploration uses a pedagogical approach called the Legacy Cycle to involve students in experiential, project-based learning to help them achieve a deeper understanding about water resources. It addresses the need for rigorous curriculum in a vitally important area for the new Texas high school Earth and Space Science Capstone course, as well as Environmental Systems, and Aquatic Science. The interdisciplinary nature of the curriculum encourages students to explore the connections between water resources and economics (water planning, water as a commodity), history (water affects human settlement and migration), and biology (water is essential for life; contaminated water affects living organisms). The ability to integrate information from different disciplines and weigh the perspectives of multiple experts is particularly important for solving the complex problems in the geosciences (e.g. contaminant remediation, flood control, or climate change). Put Some Blue in Your Green School is a service learning program designed to engage students in real-world problem solving. Students form teams to collect and analyze indoor and outdoor water use data, and prepare recommendations for actions to help schools become efficient water users. By forming partnerships with water supply entities and other community members, students learn about the need for good stewardship practices for water resources and engage the community in understanding the need for conservation. Water IQ: Know your water, is a statewide public awareness campaign that educates Texans about water conservation. Through Water IQ, the Texas Water Development Board provides information on water-efficient practices raises the awareness about the importance of water conservation and helps Texans use less water. The program is designed to complement and support existing local and regional conservation efforts. Communities are encouraged to use Water IQ and provide a link from their community web site to the Water IQ web site.

  11. Title: Exploring Earth Source Heat (ESH) as a demonstration project at Cornell Hosts: Bert Bland, Todd Cowen, Katherine McComas

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    Title: Exploring Earth Source Heat (ESH) as a demonstration project at Cornell Hosts: Bert Bland for a Sustainable Future is organizing a topical lunch "Exploring Earth Source Heat (ESH) as a demonstration project, the Climate Action Plan has proposed Earth Source Heat (previously termed Enhanced Geothermal System

  12. A 'DYNAMIC PATTERN' PERSPECTIVE ON THE CONTROL AND COORDINATION OF MOVEMENT* J. A. Scott Kelso,+ Betty Tuller,++ and Katherine S. Harris+++

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    , they are alike in sharing certain conceptions of how skilled movements are organized. Thus, regardless of whether descriptions of systemic behavior. They are, in Emmett's (1980) terms "externalist" in nature and are quite by NIH grants NS-13617, AM-25814, and NS-13870, and BRS grant RR-0596. [HASKINS LABORATORIES: Status

  13. Andrew Yang, Katherine Norelli, Michael Wininger, Nam-Hun Kim, Gary Monteiro, David Shreiber PhD, William Craelius PhD

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    Craelius, William

    complete bioresorbability and modifiable piezoelectric activity. Application of mechanical strain to PLLA. Our next step is to study cellular response to the piezoelectrically active PLLA, at various vibration generator at a set range of frequencies and amplitudes. A fiberglass rod is coupled to the center

  14. Pollutant Capacity within the Vadose Zone of Soils Daniel P. Treese, Dr. Shirley E. Clark, J. Bradley Mikula, Dr. Katherine H. Baker

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    Clark, Shirley E.

    that pollutants must go somewhere. Prediction of groundwater contamination below stormwater infiltration basins concentrations in vadose zone water at several depths below a stormwater recharge basin in Long Island, NYPollutant Capacity within the Vadose Zone of Soils Daniel P. Treese, Dr. Shirley E. Clark, J

  15. Bite Force and Occlusal Stress Production in Hominin Carolyn M. Eng,* Daniel E. Lieberman, Katherine D. Zink, and Michael A. Peters

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    Lieberman, Daniel E.

    with other apes because advances in mechanical and thermal food processing techniques alter food material production was likely made possible by an increased reliance on nonthermal food processing. However, given to 3.4 Ma (McPherron et al., 2010). Food processing may have become slightly more intensive over

  16. Molecular Cell, Vol. 8, 5769, July, 2001, Copyright 2001 by Cell Press Transcriptional Regulation by p53 through

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    by p53 through Intrinsic DNA/Chromatin Binding and Site-Directed Cofactor Recruitment inhibitory C, phosphorylation, or protease cleavage. After DNA damage, p53 is phosphorylated and acet- ylated at a number controls p53 stability, and components of the transcrip-Summary tion initiation machinery (Prives, 1998

  17. The Influence of Exposure, Parents, and Linguistic Distance on Young European Learners' Foreign Language Comprehension

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    Lindgren, Eva; Munoz, Carmen

    2013-01-01

    The project Early Language Learning in Europe (ELLiE) has studied the longitudinal effects of an early foreign language (FL) start in seven European contexts. This article presents a sub-study of ELLiE that investigates the impact of out-of-school factors on learners' listening and reading skills in year four of formal FL instruction. More…

  18. E-Mail karger@karger.com Psychopathology

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    Gross, James J.

    -Injury: An Emotion Regulation Perspective Katherine C. McKenzie a James J. Gross b a PGSP-Stanford Psy online: February 12, 2014 Katherine Claypoole McKenzie PGSP-Stanford Psy.D. Consortium, Palo Alto

  19. Published on Web Date: February 12, 2010 r 2010 American Chemical Society 850 DOI: 10.1021/jz1000177 |J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2010, 1, 850855

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    Shorter, James

    1000177 |J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2010, 1, 850­855 pubs.acs.org/JPCL Cyanylated Cysteine: A Covalently Attached Vibrational Probe of Protein-Lipid Contacts Heather A. McMahon, Katherine N. Alfieri, Katherine A

  20. 75 FR 57825 - Culturally Significant Objects Imported for Exhibition Determinations: “Ancient Chinese Bronzes...

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    ...Objects Imported for Exhibition Determinations: ``Ancient Chinese Bronzes From the Shouyang Studio: The Katherine and George...that the objects to be included in the exhibition ``Ancient Chinese Bronzes from the Shouyang Studio: The Katherine and...

  1. nature methods | VOL.6 NO.7 | JULY 2009 | 489 news and views

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    haystack Katherine Kedzierska,John Stambas & Peter C Doherty An approach using multiple fluorochrome. Katherine Kedzierska, John Stambas and Peter C. Doherty are in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology

  2. 75 FR 82066 - Status Report of Water Service, Repayment, and Other Water-Related Contract Actions

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    ...San Carlos Apache Tribe and the Town of Gilbert, CAP, Arizona: Execute a 1-year lease...Court. 37. Voiles, Katherine Marie and William Thomas, Mancos Project, Colorado: Katherine Marie and William Thomas Voiles have requested a new...

  3. WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY Division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences

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    Eddy, Sean

    Dissertation Examination Committee: Sean R. Eddy, Chair Susan K. Dutcher Warren R. Gish Jingdong Liu Katherine. Jingdong Liu, Dr. Katherine Ponder, Dr. Tim Schedl, Dr. Alan Templeton and Dr. Gabriel Waksman, for many

  4. The Differential Impact of Unique Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms

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    : How and Why Do Patients' Individual Symptom Clusters Impact Caregiver Depressive Symptoms? Katherine, Minneapolis, MN (JEG). Send correspondence and reprint requests to Katherine Ornstein, PhD, MPH, Department-mail: Katherine.ornstein@mssm.edu. C 2012 American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry DOI: 10.1097/JGP.0b013e

  5. 2012 All rights reserved. 5801 South Ellis Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60637 773.702.1234 uchicago.edu @UChicago facebook.com/uchicago

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    .702.1234 uchicago.edu @UChicago facebook.com/uchicago dining.uchicago.edu The University of Chicago and its 60637 773.702.1234 uchicago.edu @UChicago facebook.com/uchicago Bars Cove Lounge 1750 E. 55th St. Falcon

  6. ELLIS, TIMOTHY ALAN. Assessing Nursery Quality for Southern Flounder, Paralichthys lethostigma, through Fish Energy Content and Habitat Abiotic Conditions. (Under the

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    Buckel, Jeffrey A.

    lethostigma, through Fish Energy Content and Habitat Abiotic Conditions. (Under the direction of Dr. John M. Miller). Estuarine nursery habitats are essential to the sustainability of many of the world's fisheries, and the significance of nursery habitat loss has become so distressing that most fishery management strategies now

  7. R.E. Ellis and T.M. Peters (Eds.): MICCAI 2003, LNCS 2878, pp. 592601, 2003. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2003

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    Dyer, Charles R.

    grading scale. 1 Introduction A cataract is a clouding or opacity of the eye's lens that can cause vision problems. Nuclear sclerosis is an important type of age-related cataract. Traditionally, the degree System for Classification of Nuclear Sclerosis 593 Cooperative Cataract Epidemiology Study Group (CCESG

  8. ELLIS, JOSEPH. The RNA World: A Look at Ribonuclease P RNA, Small Nucleolar RNA, 6S RNA, and the Small Ribosomal Subunit. (Under the Direction of James W.

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    Brown, James W.

    . ____________________________ ____________________________ Robert Kelly, Ph.D. James Brown, Ph.D. Minor Chair Chair of Advisory Committee #12;ii DEDICATION, and the Small Ribosomal Subunit. (Under the Direction of James W. Brown). The term RNA world was first coined was predicated on the Watson Crick Model 3) Genetically encoded proteins were not catalytic. An example

  9. Ellis, E. 2011. The Planet of No Return: Human Resilience on an Artificial Earth. The Breakthrough Journal no.2 (Fall 2001) pages 37-

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    Ellis, Erle C.

    constrain other species, have set the wider envelope for human population growth and prosperity loss in some regions and forest re- growth in others.7 Paleolithic humans, with a population of just capable of supporting the human population.3 This process has dramatically intensified in recent cen

  10. SEASONAL CHANGES IN THE AMPHIPOD FAUNA OF 'MICROCIONA PROLIFERA' (ELLIS AND SOLANDER) (PORIFERA: DEMOSPONGIA) AND ASSOCIATED SPONGES IN A SHALLOW SALT-MARSH CREEK

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    Between September 1976 and August 1978, samples of four species of sponge, Microciona prolifera, Haliclona loosanoffi, Lissodendoryx, and Halichondria bowerbanki were collected from subtidal shell debris in a North Edisto River, South Carolina saltmarsh creek and associated amphi...

  11. SINGLE STAGE EVAPORATION OF SOLAR CONDENSATE DUST TO MAKE CAIS. D. S. Ebel and L. , Department of the Geophysical Sciences, 5734 South Ellis Ave., 1

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    -, aluminum-rich inclusions (CAI). Real CAIs, however, crystallized spinel and melilite during non-isothermal- tions of the residues which result from isothermal evaporation of CaO-MgO-Al2O3-SiO2 (CMAS) liquids evaporating non-isothermally [2]. Zoning records the balance between increased stability of Mg-, Si

  12. Terahertz Spectroscopy ATool to Probe Protein Dynamics Harwood. T1, Turton. D2, Lapthorn. A2, Wynne. K2, Ellis. E1

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    Greenaway, Alan

    standard detection techniques (including fluorescent, radioactive and colorimetric methods) have proved a 0.2µm filter prior to analysis. Protein solutions were held in a 1mm path length glass cuvette

  13. Ellis-Monaghan & Gutwin Page 1 of 17 Graphs in Chip Design 5/19/03 Graph Theoretical Problems in Next-Generation Chip Design

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    Ellis-Monaghan, Joanna

    the functional elements and how to route the wires connecting them when manufacturing a chip. Because of its, and automating small configurations. As might be expected, almost every aspect of netlist layout involves is constrained, sometimes severely, by the implicit demand of minimizing chip cost. This often leads to wiring

  14. EllisMonaghan & Gutwin Page 1 of 17 Graphs in Chip Design 5/19/03 Graph Theoretical Problems in NextGeneration Chip Design

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    Ellis-Monaghan, Joanna

    the functional elements and how to route the wires connecting them when manufacturing a chip. Because of its, and automating small configurations. As might be expected, almost every aspect of netlist layout involves is constrained, sometimes severely, by the implicit demand of minimizing chip cost. This often leads to wiring

  15. Abundance of Cysteine Endopeptidase Dionain in Digestive Fluid of Venus Flytrap (Dionaea muscipula Ellis) Is Regulated by Different Stimuli from Prey through Jasmonates

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    Libiaková, Michaela; Floková, Kristýna; Novák, Ond?ej; Slováková, L'udmila; Pavlovi?, Andrej

    2014-01-01

    The trap of the carnivorous plant Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) catches prey by very rapid closure of its modified leaves. After the rapid closure secures the prey, repeated mechanical stimulation of trigger hairs by struggling prey and the generation of action potentials (APs) result in secretion of digestive fluid. Once the prey's movement stops, the secretion is maintained by chemical stimuli released from digested prey. We investigated the effect of mechanical and chemical stimulation (NH4Cl, KH2PO4, further N(Cl) and P(K) stimulation) on enzyme activities in digestive fluid. Activities of ?-D-glucosidases and N-acetyl-?-D-glucosaminidases were not detected. Acid phosphatase activity was higher in N(Cl) stimulated traps while proteolytic activity was higher in both chemically induced traps in comparison to mechanical stimulation. This is in accordance with higher abundance of recently described enzyme cysteine endopeptidase dionain in digestive fluid of chemically induced traps. Mechanical stimulation induced high levels of cis-12-oxophytodienoic acid (cis-OPDA) but jasmonic acid (JA) and its isoleucine conjugate (JA-Ile) accumulated to higher level after chemical stimulation. The concentration of indole-3-acetic acid (IAA), salicylic acid (SA) and abscisic acid (ABA) did not change significantly. The external application of JA bypassed the mechanical and chemical stimulation and induced a high abundance of dionain and proteolytic activity in digestive fluid. These results document the role of jasmonates in regulation of proteolytic activity in response to different stimuli from captured prey. The double trigger mechanism in protein digestion is proposed. PMID:25153528

  16. 2012 All rights reserved. 5801 South Ellis Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60637 773.702.1234 uchicago.edu @UChicago facebook.com/uchicago

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    . Train fare is $2.25. TIP: Order a reusable CTA Chicago Card and connect it to your credit or debit cardRide through TransLoc on mobile applications and monitors in designated buildings. metRa eleCtRiC The Metra day, 6 a.m. to midnight. Weekend varies. Scan this code to see the real-time location and arrival

  17. There's Elly, It Must Be Tuesday: Discontinuity in Child Care Programs and Its Impact on the Development of Peer Relationships in Young Children

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    de Groot Kim, Sonja

    2010-01-01

    This study traces patterns of attendance, times of arrival and departure, and policies and practices surrounding enrollment and moving children from classroom to classroom in a child care center. It appears that children's efforts to acquire competence in developing friendships with their peers not only depends on their own capacities, but is also…

  18. Abundance of cysteine endopeptidase dionain in digestive fluid of Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula Ellis) is regulated by different stimuli from prey through jasmonates.

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    Libiaková, Michaela; Floková, Kristýna; Novák, Ond?ej; Slováková, L'udmila; Pavlovi?, Andrej

    2014-01-01

    The trap of the carnivorous plant Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) catches prey by very rapid closure of its modified leaves. After the rapid closure secures the prey, repeated mechanical stimulation of trigger hairs by struggling prey and the generation of action potentials (APs) result in secretion of digestive fluid. Once the prey's movement stops, the secretion is maintained by chemical stimuli released from digested prey. We investigated the effect of mechanical and chemical stimulation (NH4Cl, KH2PO4, further N(Cl) and P(K) stimulation) on enzyme activities in digestive fluid. Activities of ?-D-glucosidases and N-acetyl-?-D-glucosaminidases were not detected. Acid phosphatase activity was higher in N(Cl) stimulated traps while proteolytic activity was higher in both chemically induced traps in comparison to mechanical stimulation. This is in accordance with higher abundance of recently described enzyme cysteine endopeptidase dionain in digestive fluid of chemically induced traps. Mechanical stimulation induced high levels of cis-12-oxophytodienoic acid (cis-OPDA) but jasmonic acid (JA) and its isoleucine conjugate (JA-Ile) accumulated to higher level after chemical stimulation. The concentration of indole-3-acetic acid (IAA), salicylic acid (SA) and abscisic acid (ABA) did not change significantly. The external application of JA bypassed the mechanical and chemical stimulation and induced a high abundance of dionain and proteolytic activity in digestive fluid. These results document the role of jasmonates in regulation of proteolytic activity in response to different stimuli from captured prey. The double trigger mechanism in protein digestion is proposed. PMID:25153528

  19. Dan Ellis 1 8th May 1992 presented at the 123rd meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Salt Lake City, May 1992

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    Ellis, Dan

    , most recognizers are easily defeated by modest background noise. In the music industry, a system & Barry L Vercoe Music & Cognition Group, MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, MA 02139 dpwe@media.mit.edu, bv to program computers functionally to mimic human perception of sound. Concentrating on the task

  20. The Roles of Attention and (Un)awareness in SLA: Conceptual Replication of N. C. Ellis & Sagarra (2010a) and Leung & Williams (2012)

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    Leow, Ronald P.

    2015-01-01

    There is no doubt that attention and (un)awareness in second/foreign language (L2 learning) are two constructs that have permeated, explicitly or implicitly, second language acquisition (SLA) studies since their inception. Indeed, we have witnessed several empirical studies attempting to probe more deeply into the roles of these two constructs in…

  1. Nuclear Deterrence and the Logic of Deliberative Mindreading Selmer Bringsjord Naveen Sundar G. Simon Ellis Evan McCarty John Licato

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    Bringsjord, Selmer

    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2.2 Dynamic Models of Capability Development and Deterrence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 2.2.1 Model 1: Fixed Costs of Development of (Bello et al. 2007, Arkoudas & Bringsjord 2009); a scenario in which a young child, or the computational

  2. Electrical properties of GaAs photonic crystal cavity lateral p-i-n diodes Jan Petykiewicz, Gary Shambat, Bryan Ellis, and Jelena Vuckovi

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    Vuckovic, Jelena

    barrier photovoltaics utilizing Au­Ga alloy catalytic tips Appl. Phys. Lett. 101, 013105 (2012) Effective) We investigate conduction and free-carrier injection in laterally doped GaAs p-i-n diodes formed in one and two-dimensional photonic crystal (PC) nanocavities. Finite element simulations show

  3. ‘I Shop, Therefore I Am: Consumerism and the Mass Media in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon, Don DeLillo, Bret Easton Ellis and Douglas Coupland 

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    Eigeartaigh, Aoileann N

    This thesis argues that consumerism and the mass media wield an unparalleled influence over contemporary North American society, and that these forces constitute the primary means through which identity is constituted. ...

  4. Modeling of ground-water flow in subsurface Austin Chalk and Taylor marl in Ellis County, Texas, near the superconducting super collider site

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    Mace, R.E. . Bureau of Economic Geology)

    1993-02-01

    Numerical models are useful tools for developing an understanding of ground-water flow in sparsely characterized low-permeability aquifers. Finite-difference, cross-sectional models of Cretaceous chalk and marl formations near the Superconducting Super Collider (SSC) were constructed using MODFLOW to evaluate ground-water circulation paths and travel times. Weathered and fractured zones with enhanced permeability were included to assess the effect these features had on flow paths and times. Pump tests, slug tests, packer tests, core tests, and estimates were used to define hydraulic properties for model input. The model was calibrated with water-level data from monitor wells and from wire-line piezometers near a test shaft excavated by the SSC project. A ratio of vertical-to-horizontal permeability of 0.0085 was estimated through model calibration. A chalk-to-marl permeability ratio of 18 was needed to reproduce artesian head in a well completed in chalk beneath marl. Hydraulic head distributions and ground-water flow paths reflected local, intermediate, and regional flow systems with recharge beneath upland surface-water divides and discharge in valleys. Most of the flow (99%) occurred in the weathered zone, with average residence times of 5 to 10 years. Residence time in unweathered chalk bedrock was substantially longer, at an average of 1.7 Ma. As expected, the model demonstrated that deep and rapid ground-water circulation might occur in fracture zones. Particle paths calculated using MODPATH showed that ground-water travel times from recharge areas to the SSC subsurface facilities might be 20 to 60 years where flow is through fracture zones.

  5. REDOX CONDITIONS DURING NEBULAR CONDENSATION. L. Grossman, Dept. of the Geophysical Sciences and Enrico Fermi Institute, The University of Chicago, 5734 South Ellis Ave., Chicago, IL 60637.

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    and 20% spinel, with accessory clinopyroxene (cpx) and perovskite, while Type Bs contain ~40% melilite controlled 2 at 1500K [9], near the CAI solidus. From compositions of the synthetic phases and a non- ideal

  6. PagP Crystallized from SDS/Cosolvent Reveals the Route for Phospholipid Access

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    ,1 Russell E. Bishop,4 Re´ gis Pome` s,2,3 and Gilbert G. Prive´ 1,3,5,* 1Division of Cancer Genomics, ON M5S 1A8, Canada 4Department of Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences, and the Michael G. De@uhnres.utoronto.ca DOI 10.1016/j.str.2010.06.014 SUMMARY Enzymatic reactions involving bilayer lipids occur

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  10. Growth in Emotional Intelligence. Psychotherapy with a Learning Disabled Girl

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    2009-01-01

    This paper describes the once-weekly psychoanalytic psychotherapy of a girl, called Ellie, aged eight at the start of her treatment. Ellie had a learning disability and displayed difficult behaviour at school and at home. In her therapy, Ellie grew in emotional intelligence, more in touch with and able to express her feelings. Her behaviour…

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    at the Siberian 2008 Total Solar Eclipse Jay M. Pasachoff (Caltech & Williams College), Bryce A. Babcock, Marcus Schneider (Steward Obs., U. AZ) Abstract. We successfully observed the 1 August 2008 total solar eclipse. The eclipse occurred at minimum of the solar-activity cycle. (Data from Solar Influences Data Center, Royal

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    Joint Statement Supporting Funding for Stem Cell and Reproductive Health Research in Europe 2014 23 Supporting Funding for Stem Cell and Reproductive Health Research in Europe 2014 Stem cell research continues the destruction of human embryos, including stem cell research. Such a ban would have a negative impact

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    , Post-traumatic stress disorder, Depression, Obesity, Binge eating PTSD and depression symptoms: US Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans with post- traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression: Iraq/Afghanistan Veterans were assessed at intake to the VA Puget Sound Healthcare System-Seattle post

  14. Independence of Early Speech Processing from Word Meaning Katherine E. Travis1,8 Matthew K. Leonard8,2, Alexander M. Chan9,6, Christina Torres8,3, Marisa L. Sizemore5, Zhe Qu8,10,

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    and Mind and 5 Joint Doctoral Program in Language and Communication Disorders, San Diego State University cortex. It was replicated in another experiment, but is strongly dissociated from the response to tones ident- ified sites within superior temporal cortex that responded only to the acoustic-phonetic contrast

  15. Key Topics in Conservation Biology 2, First Edition. Edited by David W. Macdonald and Katherine J. Willis. 2013 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Published 2013 by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

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    , we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.' -- John Muir, My First Summer in the Sierra. Willis. © 2013 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Published 2013 by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Conservation of tropical

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    Heller3, Yang Xu3, Zoubin Ghahramani3, William M Truman4, Murray Grant4, Katherine J Denby1,2 and David L.M.Truman@exeter.ac.uk; Murray Grant - M.R.Grant@exeter.ac.uk; Katherine J Denby - k.j.denby@warwick.ac.uk; David L Wild* - d Software R/BHC: fast Bayesian hierarchical clustering for microarray data Richard S Savage1, Katherine

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  20. The first class of MPLP fellows graduated in 1992. Since that time, MPLP is proud to report that nearly half of our alumni are serving or have served in an appointed or elected capacity. We congratulate those alumni, and invite you to view the latest upda

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    Maltais*** Melissa Dawn Bebb Shannon Vann Manning Diana Yelverton Bisbee Charles Herbert Marlowe, III Thomas Foster** Kelley Lynn Spencer1 ** George Wagdi Ghally Rahul Srinivas Katherine Lorraine Fraley

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    Symposium, pages 127-132, March 2005. [ bib | .pdf ] [5] D. Stutzbach, R. Rejaie, and S. Sen. Characterizing unstructured overlay topologies in modern P2P file-sharing systems. In Proceedings of the ACM SIGCOMM Internet Measurement Conference, October 2005. [ bib | .pdf ] During recent years, peer-to-peer (P2P) file

  4. DIRECT CONDENSATION OF FERROMAGNESIAN LIQUIDS FROM COSMIC GASES. D.S. Ebel1 and L.Grossman1,2, 1Department of the Geophysical Sciences, 5734 South Ellis Ave., 2Enrico

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    , Chicago, IL 60637. Introduction. Wood [1] rejected the idea of direct condensation of liquids of chondrule at a Ptot as low as only 5x10-3 atm. Wood [5] was the first to point out that liquid condensates might become stable at Ptot below that estimated in [1] in gases made by complete vaporization of dust

  5. Imaging Magnetic Focusing in a Two-Dimensional Electron Gas

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    Imaging Magnetic Focusing in a Two-Dimensional Electron Gas A dissertation presented by Katherine E Author Robert M. Westervelt Katherine E. Aidala Imaging Magnetic Focusing in a Two-Dimensional Electron heterostructures is to spatially image their motion. The two-dimensional electron gas has proved its interest

  6. Edinburgh Research Explorer Corporate coalitions and policy making in the European Union

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    `Better Regulation' Short title: Corporate Coalitions and `Better Regulation' Authors: Smith, Katherine E. Corresponding author: Smith, Katherine E. Address: Global Public Health Unit, Social Policy, School of Social: Over the past fifteen years, an inter-connected set of regulatory reforms, known as Better Regulation

  7. Edinburgh Research Explorer The home as enabler of active lifestyles among older people

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    for published version: Brookfield, K, Fitzsimons, C, Scott, I, Mead, G, Starr, J, Thin, N, Tinker, A & Ward active lifestyles among older people Katherine Brookfield a , Claire Fitzsimons b , Iain Scott online: 04 Jun 2015. To cite this article: Katherine Brookfield, Claire Fitzsimons, Iain Scott, Gillian

  8. doi:10.1152/jn.01011.2010106:925-943, 2011. First published 8 June 2011;J Neurophysiol Monica A. Gorassini and David J. Bennett

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    . Gorassini and David J. Bennett Katherine C. Murray, Marilee J. Stephens, Michelle Rank, Jessica D Katherine C. Murray, Marilee J. Stephens, Michelle Rank, Jessica D'Amico, Monica A. Gorassini, and David Jdoi:10.1152/jn.01011.2010106:925-943, 2011. First published 8 June 2011;J Neurophysiol Monica A

  9. THE JOURNAL OF GENE MEDICINE RESEARCH ARTICLE J Gene Med 2008; 10: 972982.

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    THE JOURNAL OF GENE MEDICINE RESEARCH ARTICLE J Gene Med 2008; 10: 972­982. Published online 9 July Ramin Sedaghat Herati1 Xiucui Ma1 Mindy Tittiger1 Kevin K. Ohlemiller2 Attila Kovacs1 Katherine P Biophysics, Washington University School of Medicine, St Louis MO, USA *Correspondence to: Katherine P

  10. doi:10.1152/ajpregu.90888.2008 296:595-602, 2009. First published Dec 24, 2008;Am J Physiol Regulatory Integrative Comp Physiol

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    doi:10.1152/ajpregu.90888.2008 296:595-602, 2009. First published Dec 24, 2008;Am J Physiol Regulatory Integrative Comp Physiol Katherine M. Nautiyal, Heather McKellar, Ann-Judith Silverman and Rae.physiology.orgDownloadedfrom #12;Mast cells are necessary for the hypothermic response to LPS-induced sepsis Katherine M. Nautiyal

  11. Origin and maintenance of the organizer 165 *Present address and correspondence to: Dr. Claudio D. Stern. Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology. University College London, Gower Street,

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    , WC1E 6BT, England. e-mail: c.stern@ucl.ac.uk 1 Present address: Dr. Katherine Joubin. Skirball. J. Dev. Biol. 45: 165-175 (2001) 0214-6282/2001/$25.00 © UBC Press Printed in Spain www and the periphery of the embryo Formation and maintenance of the organizer among the vertebrates KATHERINE JOUBIN1

  12. QUT Digital Repository: http://eprints.qut.edu.au/

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    Roe, Paul

    QUT Digital Repository: http://eprints.qut.edu.au/ Doyle, Katherine (2007) The Teacher, The Tasks: Their Role in Students' Mathematical Literacy Katherine Doyle Queensland University of Technology conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia J. Watson & K. Beswick (Eds), © MERGA

  13. Proceedings of the 13th Meeting on the Mathematics of Language (MoL 13), pages 102103, Sofia, Bulgaria, August 9, 2013. c 2013 Association for Computational Linguistics

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    . Association for Computational Linguistics. Mark Johnson and Katherine Demuth. 2010. Unsuper- vised phonemic for specifying compositional nonparametric Bayesian models. In B. Sch¨olkopf, J. Platt, and T. Hoffman, editors, Katherine Demuth, Michael Frank, and Bevan Jones. 2010. Synergies in learning words and their referents

  14. The Electronic Newsletter of the Academic Women's Network at Washington University School of Medicine Volume 16, Number 1 Spring 2012

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    Larson-Prior, Linda

    .D., President-elect Allison Ogden, M.D., Clinical Counselor Katherine Rivera-Spoljaric, M.D., MSCI, Clinical Board of Directors Linda Nicholson, Ph.D. William A. Peck, M.D. Larry J. Shapiro, M.D. Jessie Ternberg by board member Katherine Rivera. Next year, I look forward to the Presidency of Linda Peterson, M.D. Linda

  15. The Electronic Newsletter of the Academic Women's Network at Washington University School of Medicine Volume 17, Number 1 Fall/Winter 2013

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    the poem (and I am asking our wonderful AWN Treasurer Katherine Rivera to help with the translation) but ID, Secretary Katherine Rivera-Spoljaric, MD, MSCI, Treasurer Indira Mysorekar, PhD, Pre-Clinical Counselor, Ph.D. William A. Peck, M.D. Larry J. Shapiro, M.D. Jessie Ternberg, M.D. Mark S. Wrighton, Ph

  16. January 2003 / Vol. 53 No. 1 BioScience 89 Ecologists have historically been interested in the

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    Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning AMY J. SYMSTAD, F. STUART CHAPIN III, DIANA H. WALL, KATHERINE L. GROSS any implication that Amy J. Symstad (e-mail: asymstad@inhs.uiuc.edu) was with the Illinois Nat- ural Collins, CO 80523. Katherine L. Gross is a professor in the Department of Plant Biology, and Gary G

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    , Ewan A. Ross, Sheila Lisa A. Reynolds, Yvonne Harcus, Katherine A. Smith, http://www.jimmunol.org/content/193/6/2984 doi: 10.4049/jimmunol.1401056 August 2014; 2014; 193:2984-2993; Prepublished online 11J Helminth Parasite Heligmosomoides polygyrus Lisa A. Reynolds,*,,1 Yvonne Harcus,*, Katherine A. Smith,*,,2

  18. Phrasal Intonation and the Acquisition of Mark Steedman

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    University, January 1993. A revised version appears in James Morgan and Katherine Demuth (eds.), Signal to Syntax, Erlbaum, NJ., 331-342. Thanks to Katherine Demuth and Jim Morgan for helpful comments 88-22719, DARPA grant no. N00014-90-J-1863, and ARO grant no. DAAL03-89-C0031. 1 #12; with a pitch

  19. R E V I E W The role of infectious diseases in biological conservation

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    Pedersen, Amy B.

    . Correspondence Katherine F. Smith, Brown University, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Providence, RI 02912, USA. Email: katherine_smith@brown.edu ÃAll authors contributed equally. Received 1 May 2008; accepted 21 November 2008 doi:10.1111/j.1469-1795.2008.00228.x Abstract Recent increases in the magnitude and rate

  20. Submitted 14 April 2013 Accepted 29 July 2013

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    Katherine L. Wilson, klwilson@jhmi.edu Academic editor Tokuko Haraguchi Additional Information and Katherine L. Wilson1 1 Department of Cell Biology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore factor Lmo7 is regulated by association with p130Cas at focal adhesions. PeerJ 1:e134; DOI 10.7717/peerj

  1. The Value of Geographic Wikis A DISSERTATION

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    Chen, Thomas Erickson, Benjamin Jordan, Shyong (Tony) K. Lam, Pamela J. Ludford, Michael Ludwig, Mikhil Masli, Katherine Panciera, Ken Reily, John Riedl, Shilad Sen, and, most importantly, my advisor, Loren, Michael Ludwig, Mikhil Masli, Katherine Panciera, Steve Schacht, Zach Schloss, S. Andrew Sheppard, Isaac

  2. Alterations in Enzymatic Functions in Hepatocytes and Hepatocellular Carcinomas From Ras-Transduced Livers

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    Ponder, Katherine P.

    -Transduced Livers Resemble the Effects of Insulin RACHEL V. PEARLINE,1,2 YUE-ZHEN LIN,1,2 KATHERINE J. SHEN,1 AND KATHERINE PARKER PONDER 1,2 Neoplastic transformation of the liver is caused by the acti-An understanding

  3. Special issue: Research report Age differences in prefontal recruitment during verbal

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    memory maintenance depend on memory load Katherine A. Cappell, Leon Gmeindl and Patricia A. Reuter Please cite this article in press as: Katherine A Cappell, et al., Age differences in prefontal recruitment during verbal working memory maintenance depend on memory load, Cortex (2010), doi:10.1016/j

  4. http://jbx.sagepub.com/ Journal of Biomolecular Screening

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    Carpenter, Anne E.

    published online 17 September 2013J Biomol Screen Thouis R. Jones, Shantanu Singh, Auguste Genovesio, Paul A. Clemons, Neil O. Carragher and Anne E. Carpenter Vebjorn Ljosa, Peter D. Caie, Rob ter Horst, Katherine L-Molecule Treatment Vebjorn Ljosa1, Peter D. Caie2*#, Rob ter Horst3#, Katherine L. Sokolnicki1, Emma L. Jenkins4

  5. NAME AWARD NAME COLLEGE CLASS Adler, Karen Robin Frederic J. Shepler Memorial Prize in French LA SR

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    NAME AWARD NAME COLLEGE CLASS Adler, Karen Robin Frederic J. Shepler Memorial Prize in French LA SR O'Leary Design Award EN SR Balch, Katherine E. Albert H. Imlah Excellence in History Prize LA SR for Excellence in Computer Science LA SR Bonoli, Tess John W. & Katherine L. Zarker Award LA SR Bonoli, Tess

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    Donald Katherine L. Marks Rebecca A. Martin Evelyn J. Matias Tracy E. Matthews Stephen P. Mayer Tanika L. Mc. Paul Deborah J. Peterson Katherine A. Pettyjohn Michaela D. Philmon Sheniqua N. Pierce Geanina MAnna Acord Daniel J. Alexander Emily R. Althafer Jennifer L. Amichia Zachary T. Andrew Karla

  7. At the Intersection of Health, Health Care and Policy doi: 10.1377/hlthaff.2013.1432

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    In 2013 But Did Not Align Baral, Katherine Leach-Kemon, Annie M. Haakenstad and Christopher J.L. Murray, Tara Templin, Elizabeth Johnson, Ranju Baral, Katherine Leach-Kemon, Annie M. Haakenstad, and Christopher J.L. Murray Global Health Development Assistance Remained Steady In 2013 But Did Not Align

  8. The Electronic Newsletter of the Academic Women's Network at Washington University School of Medicine Volume 16, Number 3 Winter 2013

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    an excellent talk on `what she didn't learn in kindergarten,' and Katherine Rivera, Claudia Hilton, Linda Counselor Katherine Rivera-Spoljaric, M.D., MSCI, Clinical Counselor Lisa Connor, Ph.D., Pre. Peck, M.D. Larry J. Shapiro, M.D. Jessie Ternberg, M.D. Mark S. Wrighton, Ph.D. AWNings Editorial Board

  9. Content, Social, and Metacognitive Statements: an empirical study comparing human-human

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    Moore, Johanna D.

    . Campbell2 , Katherine M. Harrison3 , and Leanne S. Taylor4 1 School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom {m.dzikovska,j.moore}@ed.ac.uk 2 Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Research Parkway, Orlando, FL 32826-2944 Katherine.M.Harrison.ctr@navy.mil 4 University of Central Florida

  10. doi:10.1017/S0305000908008830 First published online 24 October 2008

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    REVIEW doi:10.1017/S0305000908008830 First published online 24 October 2008 KATHERINE NELSON. Young. For forty years, Katherine Nelson has urged developmental psychologists to recognize children and imitation, infants start to shift away from their egocentric perspective and adopt a more social stance. J

  11. Moving water well: comparing hydraulic efficiency in twigs and trunks of coniferous, ring-porous, and diffuse-

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    -porous, and diffuse- porous saplings from temperate and tropical forests Katherine McCulloh1 , John S. Sperry2 Author for correspondence: Katherine McCulloh Tel: +1 541 737 4208 Email: kate.mcculloh@oregonstate.edu Received: 31 August 2009 Accepted: 18 December 2009 New Phytologist (2010) 186: 439­450 doi: 10.1111/j.1469

  12. Alternative Splicing Events I. Elizabeth Cha1

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    splicing variation in which the coding regions for a eukaryotic gene, called exons, are ex- tractedAlternative Splicing Events I. Elizabeth Cha1 , Katherine L. Hoblitzell1 , and Eric C. Rouchka1 TR Technical Report Series 1 Bioinformatics Review Alternative Splicing Events I. Elizabeth Cha1 , Katherine L

  13. Experiments in Transgenic Mice Show That Hepatocytes Are the Source for Postnatal Liver Growth and Do Not Stream

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    and Do Not Stream SUSAN KENNEDY, 1'2 STEVE RETTINGER, 3 M. WAYNE FLYE, 3 AND KATHERINE PARKER PONDER 1 School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO 63110. Received July 28, 1994; accepted January 12, 1995. This work the National Institutes of Health awarded to KPP. Address reprint requests to: Katherine Ponder, Box 8231 660 S

  14. Biogeochemistry An International Journal

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    the influence of automobile emissions on plant tissue composition. Importantly, N flux near the road was four deposition: tracing the fate of vehicular NOx using stable isotopes and plant biomonitors Katherine Redling stable isotopes and plant biomonitors Katherine Redling · Emily Elliott · Daniel Bain · John Sherwell

  15. GASNet at UC Berkeley / LBNL DanDan BonacheaBonachea

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    GASNet at UC Berkeley / LBNL DanDan BonacheaBonachea Paul Hargrove, Michael Welcome, KatherinePaul Hargrove, Michael Welcome, Katherine YelickYelick Cray User Group (CUG) 2009Cray User Group (CUG) 2009 http://http://gasnet.cs.berkeley.edugasnet.cs.berkeley XTLanguage Support for the Cray XT #12;GASNet at UC Berkeley / LBNL What is GASNet? · GASNet is: - A high

  16. Estimating the Material Properties of Fabric Through the Observation of Motion

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    Estimating the Material Properties of Fabric Through the Observation of Motion by Katherine L #12;2 #12;Estimating the Material Properties of Fabric Through the Observation of Motion by Katherine to analyze videos of fabrics moving under various unknown wind forces, and recover two key material

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  19. 40 CFR 81.252 - Northwest Kansas Intrastate Air Quality Control Region.

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    ..., Cheyenne County, Decatur County, Ellis County, Gove County, Graham County, Logan County, Ness County..., Sheridan County, Sherman County, Smith County, Thomas County, Trego County, Wallace County....

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  4. ERDC/ELTR-03-6 Aquatic Plant Control Research Program

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    , temperature, water transparency, water level, pH, and oxygen effects on CO2 assimilation rate at light of the Submersed Aquatic Macrophyte Sago Pondweed (Potamogeton pectinatus L.) Elly P. H. Best and William A. Boyd Aquatic Macrophyte Sago Pondweed (Potamogeton pectinatus L.) Elly P. H. Best and William A. Boyd

  5. Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol. 38, No. 194, pp. 1470-1483, September 1987 Sugar Efflux from Attached Seed Coats of

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    Attached Seed Coats of Glycine max (L.) Men. E. C. ELLIS AND R. M. SPANSWICK Section of Plant Biology ABSTRACT Ellis, E. C. and Spanswick, R. M. 1987. Sugar efflux from attached seed coats of Glycine max (L.) Merr.-J. exp. Bot. 38: 1470-1483. Sugar efflux (sucrose + glucose) from attached seed coats of Glycine

  6. Measuring Implicit and Explicit Linguistic Knowledge: What Can Heritage Language Learners Contribute?

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    Bowles, Melissa A.

    2011-01-01

    Although claims about explicit and implicit language knowledge are central to many debates in SLA, little research has been dedicated to measuring the two knowledge types (R. Ellis, 2004, 2005). The purpose of this study was to validate the use of the battery of tests reported in Ellis (2005) to measure implicit and explicit language knowledge.…

  7. Finding a Balance: A Narrative Inquiry into Motherhood and the Doctoral Process

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    Eisenbach, Brooke

    2013-01-01

    Carolyn Ellis states, "autoethnography shows struggle, passion, embodied life, and the collaborative creation of sense-making... [it] wants the reader to care, to feel, to empathize, and to do something, to act" (Ellis & Bochner, 2006, p. 433). This autoethnography describes one new mother's struggles to complete her doctoral program of study…

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  9. The Authors Reply

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    Guilloteaux, Marie J.; Dornyei, Zoltan

    2009-01-01

    This article presents the authors' reply to Rod Ellis's comments on their study on motivated classroom behavior. As Ellis correctly summarizes, the three student variables selected for investigation in the authors' study were attention, participation, and volunteering for teacher-fronted activity. These three components were then summed up in a…

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    Savanna- Publications Publications and Reports Using the SAVANNA Model boone_cultivation_NCA_06.pdf coughenour_providing_solutions_01.pdf coughenour_savanna_prototype_92.pdf coughenour_shiritoko_english_05.pdf.pdf ellis_coughenour_climate_variability_93.pdf ellis_coughenour_savanna_integrated_98.pdf galvin

  11. The Naive Approach Tools from Combinatorial Game Theory

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    Heubach, Silvia

    Beginnings The Naive Approach Tools from Combinatorial Game Theory Analysis of Ellie Analyzing - the Story of a Combinatorial Game #12;Beginnings The Naive Approach Tools from Combinatorial Game Theory Analysis of Ellie Overview 1 Beginnings 2 The Naive Approach 3 Tools from Combinatorial Game Theory

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    Heubach, Silvia

    Beginnings The Naive Approach Tools from Combinatorial Game Theory Analysis of Ellie The Future - the Story of a Combinatorial Game #12;Beginnings The Naive Approach Tools from Combinatorial Game Theory Analysis of Ellie The Future Overview Beginnings The Naive Approach Tools from Combinatorial Game Theory

  13. A Guide to the Changing Court Rulings on Union Security in the Public Sector: A Management Perspective.

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    Clark, R. Theodore, Jr.

    1985-01-01

    In "Ellis vs. Brotherhood of Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks," the Supreme Court clarified the line between permissible and nonpermissible expenses and what procedures must be available to prevent compulsory subsidization of ideological activity by objecting employees. This article also describes the Court's decisions subsequent to "Ellis."…

  14. Words, Hemispheres, and Processing Mechanisms: A Response to Marsolek and Deason (2007)

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    Ellis, Andrew W.; Ansorge, Lydia; Lavidor, Michal

    2007-01-01

    Ellis, Ansorge and Lavidor (2007) [Ellis, A.W., Ansorge, L., & Lavidor, M. (2007). Words, hemispheres, and dissociable subsystems: The effects of exposure duration, case alternation, priming and continuity of form on word recognition in the left and right visual fields. "Brain and Language," 103, 292-303.] presented three experiments investigating…

  15. News Flash--Hume Still Dead.

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    Eubank, Lynn; Gregg, Kevin R.

    2002-01-01

    In response to Ellis (2002), which resurrects the notion that language acquisition consists of frequency-based abstraction of regularities from input, this article suggests Ellis ignores fundamental and well-known problems, including the poverty of the stimulus, cases of instantaneous acquisition, and evidence for innate knowledge. (Author/VWL)

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    Haberl, J. S.; Im, P.; Culp, C.; Yazdani, B.; Fitzpatrick, T.

    2004-01-01

    designated as affected counties include: Bastrop, Bexar, Caldwell, Comal, Ellis, Gregg, Guadalupe, Harrison, Hays, Johnson, Kaufman, Nueces, Parker, Rockwall, Rusk, San Patricio, Smith, Travis, Upshur, Victoria, Williamson, and Wilson County. 5... Montgomery Galveston Jefferson Williamson Brazoria Smith Johnson Gregg Ellis Hays Parker Orange Guadalupe Victoria Comal San Patricio Kaufman Liberty Harrison Bastrop Hardin Rusk Rockwall Upshur Caldwell Wilson Waller Chambers County Population Figure 3...

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    Voss, S. Randal

    . Samuels1 , Kevin Kump1 , David C. King3 , Nicholas J. Maness4 , Bianca Habermann5 , Elly Tanaka6 , Susan V (kevinkump@gmail.com) David C King (dck163@psu.edu) Nick J Maness (njmaness@wisc.edu) Bianca Habermann (habermann@mpi-cbg.de) Elly Tanaka (tanaka@mpi-cbg.de) Susan V Bryant (svbryant@uci.edu) David M Gardiner

  18. Subject Characteristics and Preferences for Different Approaches to Psychotherapy: A Multivariate Study

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    Helweg, Gregory C.; Gaines, Lawrence S.

    1977-01-01

    Selected personality variables, sex, age, interpersonal values, and educational level, were examined as antecedents to preferences for a nondirective (Carl Rogers) or directive (Albert Ellis) therapist. Individuals who preferred the Ellis presentation proved to more dogmatic and externalized than individuals preferring the Rogers presentation.…

  19. Cantonese versus Canadian Evaluation of Directive and Non-Directive Therapy.

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    Waxer, Peter H.

    1989-01-01

    Examined differences between Canadian and Cantonese university students who read transcripts of Carl Rogers and Albert Ellis counseling sessions and rated these counselors on directiveness, forcefulness, repetitiveness, sensitivity, politeness, and willingness to see either Ellis or Rogers. Found Canadians more willing to see Rogers than Chinese…

  20. Beyond Borders: Reading "Other" Places in Children's Literature

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    Stewart, Susan Louise

    2008-01-01

    The author analyzes two texts, Gloria Whelan's "Homeless Bird" and Deborah Ellis's "Parvana's Journey", in an attempt to explain some of the problems and difficulties associated with those texts. The author examines Whelan's representations of India and finds troubling binaries associated with that text. In comparison, the author finds Ellis's…

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    Ellis, Robert B.

    constitutes a straightforward improvement on the work of Joshua Cooper and Robert Ellis [Cooper and Ellis clever tricks in work on adaptive codes in the binary hypercube due to Joel Spencer and Peter Winkler] due to Alan Siegel; and on the variability of the "Rotor-Router Model" due to Joshua Cooper, Benjamin

  2. SPH Faculty & Research Areas Updated 12/2014

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    Frantz, Kyle J.

    'yasova Chronic disease epidemiology; cancer risk Betty Lai Bullying prevention; children & disasters; diabetes Katherine Masyn Biostatistics; latent variable modeling; prevention science Ike Okosun Chronic disease epidemiology; especially cardiovascular diseases & diabetes Kim Ramsey-White Health disparities

  3. Updated 8/2014 SPH Faculty & Research Areas

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    Frantz, Kyle J.

    ; cancer risk Betty Lai Bullying prevention; children & disasters; biostatistics Ruiyan Luo Biometrics; Bayesian statistics Matthew Magee Infectious Diseases, Tuberculosis, Diabetes Katherine Masyn Biostatistics cardiovascular diseases & diabetes Kim Ramsey-White Health disparities; education reform initiatives; social

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    Farland Nathanial McGovern Molly McGuiggan Kiley Merecki Ali Mesick James Mesiti Daniel Miller Ali Moosavi Max Morse Stracqualursi Julie Sullivan James Sullivan #12;G Samuel Governale Anna Grant Katherine Gravante Luke Greiner

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    cc: Karan Watson Christine Stanley Michael Benedik Sandra Williams M. Katherine Banks FACULTY SENATE/ Notification SACSCOC Approval/ Notification Approved: Reviewed: HussHussey j. ` MarKA. ey D to 205 YMCA 1225

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    /Director Associate, Search in Progress J. Paul Spurlock Research Compliance Specialist Iris Jenkins Academic Liaison Administrator Marcia Day Katherine Griffin Jody Powell Proposal Clerk As of January 2014 Christie Hart Manager

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    Isbister, Katherine

    2000-01-01

    Int. J. Human-Computer Studies (2000) 53, 251}267 doi:10.1006/ijhcs.2000.0368 Available online-verbal cues, and user characteristics KATHERINE ISBISTER AND CLIFFORD NASS Communication Department, Stanford

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    Celia Walker Jacob Fletcher 2. J.G. Ogden Memorial Prize was not awarded this year, as there were, in the Fall term. 9. Ming Fang Lee Prize to Katherine Fraser 10. The Development Prize to Ellen Langille 11. B

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    ) / Joshua Stender (B. Katzenellenbogen) Emily Waters (Morrissey) March 1, 2006 1 Hr Jonathan Daniels (J) March 29, 2006 1 Hr Katherine Omueti (Tapping) / Lindsay Jones (Kranz) April 5, 2006 1 Hr Jian Yuan

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    Chen, Yiling

    to Geographic Profiling in Serial Crimes MICHAEL J. HOPKINS The Three-Legged Theorem MLR A Student Publication Artists Eric Larson and Katherine Banks. Submissions should include an abstract and reference list. Fig

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    Conducting Massively Open Online Social Experiments with Volunteer Science Brian Keegan, Katherine- end, researchers are able to write games in JavaScript and jQuery, Java, HTML5, or Flash with access

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    University Neel S Joshi Stanford University Katherine Chou§ Stanford University Marc Levoy¶ Stanford cameras [Wilburn et al. ] while others have used dense video camera arrays for view interpolation [J

  9. Evaluation of Architectural Support for Global Address-Based Communication in Large-Scale Parallel Machines

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    Machines Arvind Krishnamurthy , Klaus E. Schausery, Chris J. Scheimany, Randolph Y. Wang , David E. Culler , and Katherine Yelick Abstract Large-scale parallel machines are incorporating increas- ingly sophisticated

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    Farland, Stephen Noctor, Joseph Nunez, Emmanuel Pothos, Katherine Roche, David Weinshenker, and Cyrus Zabetian F. Gebhart Karen Greif Thomas Hyde Paul Katz Kristen A. Keefe David J. Perkel George Richerson Kent

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    Flynn, E. Victor

    .00 Katherine Hart, Senior Curator of Collections & the Barbara C. and Harvey P. Hood 1918 Curator of Academic of Roehampton, London `Gillray's valediction: The Life of William Cobbett' 12.45 Lunch * Note timetable change

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    of the Active site of the Serine Esterase S-Formylglutathione Hydrolase Ian Cummins1 , Katherine McAuley2 Research Laboratory, Mansfield Road, Oxford OX1 3TA, UK 5 Department of Chemistry University of Durham

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    of Sociology University of Connecticut Unit 1068 344 Mansfield Rd. Storrs, CT 06269-1068 860-486-4423 (voice. The Program Assistant is Ms. Kathy Covey who can be contacted at 860-486-4423 and katherine

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  18. Racial Narratives, Group Identity, and African-American Political Behavior

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    2010-05-13

    as well as the National Black Election Study (NBES) of 1996 conducted by Katherine Tate (Dawson et. al. 1993; Tate 1998). The NBPS and the NBES are nationally representative samples of all African- Americans within the United States. These surveys...

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    Loly, Peter

    of the work of Katherine (Cook) Briggs and her daughter Isabel (Briggs) Myers, and is closely related to Carl Jung's Theory of Psychological Types. The ...rst attitudinal preference is for introversion (I

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    .katherine@gmail.comPUBLICATION DATE: February 2009 "Presenting our work in this way magnified our ability to explain forensic anthropology to a larger audience" Dr. Douglas Owsley and of the 6 49 Captain Bartholomew Gosnold, life

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    of pro-inflammatory cytokines in a developing visual system Ryan H Lee1 , Elizabeth A Mills2 , Neil Schwartz3 , Mark R Bell1 , Katherine E Deeg1 , Edward S Ruthazer3 , Nicholas Marsh-Armstrong2 , Carlos D

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  7. A NOVEL APPROACH TO TOXICOLOGY SIMULATION BASED ON AUTONOMOUS OBJECTS

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    Dillencourt, Michael

    A NOVEL APPROACH TO TOXICOLOGY SIMULATION BASED ON AUTONOMOUS OBJECTS Munehiro Fukuda, Katherine L, distributed simula­ tion, cooperative work. ABSTRACT Toxicology simulation is a computationally inten­ sive such distributed, cooperative, interactive toxicology simulations. 1 MOTIVATION Historically, decisions on toxic

  8. Fall 2013 Elections Breakdown Residential Senators

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    Vice President Sophie Apple ##### Chauncey Scales 32.35% Caelan Collins 26.47% East PR Chair Meredith Vice President Katherine Nash ##### Stephen Russell 26.03% Zachary Ullman 18.34% Gillette PR Chair Nick

  9. Arcadia team Lucinda Davison

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    New South Wales, University of

    Williams and his outstanding work as well as the awesome results Katherine Kennedy had with the Arc @ UNSW the present to start doing something awesome on campus. If you have any questions, want to talk etc come

  10. DCEG Staff Updates

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    Mark Purdue Seeks the Causes of Cancer Preetha Rajaraman Explores Environmental and Genetic Risk Factors A Tribute to Arthur Schatzkin New Leadership in the Genetic Epidemiology Branch Katherine McGlynn Appointed Deputy Branch Chief Fall 2010 Intramural

  11. All in the Family: When High Blood Cholesterol Occurs in Families | NIH MedlinePlus the Magazine

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    ... daughter Ella both have the genetic condition called familial hypercholesterolemia (FH). Photo: Katherine Wilemon But that is the ... and thousands of men and women suffering from familial hypercholesterolemia, or FH, a genetic disorder in which bad ...

  12. U N I V E R S I T Y O F W I N D S O R A N N U A L R E P O R T

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    . Katherine Quinsey Dr. Steve Radin Dr. Graham Reader Rev. Dr. Paul Rennick Dr. Pat Rogers Mr. Scott Sullivan Mazer TBA ­ Nursing Dean Rev. Dr. Paul Rennick Rev. Dr. BoJeong Kim Rev. Dr. Donald Hull Ms. Gwen Ebbett

  13. Expanding the Diversity of Mycobacteriophages: Insights into Genome Architecture and Evolution

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    Ares Jr., Manny

    , Katherine L. Belfield11 , Aaron A. Best3 , Agustin Borjon Jr.9 , Charles A. Bowman13 , Christine A. Boyer11. Peirce3 , Allison M. Perz2 , Luke J. Peterson3 , Rachel E. Pferdehirt1 , Seegren V. Philip5 , Kit

  14. Environmental and plant community determinants of species loss following nitrogen enrichment

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    Thomas, David D.

    Chris M. Clark,1 * Elsa E. Cleland,2 Scott L. Collins,3 Joseph E. Fargione,4 Laura Gough,5 Katherine L. Gross,6 Steven C. Pennings,7 Katherine N. Suding8 and James B. Grace9 Abstract Global energy use.edu Ecology Letters, (2007) 10: 596­607 doi: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2007.01053.x Ó 2007 Blackwell Publishing Ltd

  15. The pattern of xylan acetylation suggests xylan may interact with cellulose microfibrils as a two-fold helical screw in the secondary plant cell wall of Arabidopsis thaliana.

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    Busse-Wicher, Marta; Gomes, Thiago C. F.; Tryfona, Theodora; Nikolovski, Nino; Stott, Katherine; Grantham, Nicholas J.; Bolam, David N.; Skaf, Munir S.; Dupree, Paul D.

    2014-06-02

    of Cambridge, Biochemistry Gomes, Thiago; University of Campinas-UNICAMP, Institute of Chemistry Tryfona, Theodora; University of Cambridge, Biochemistry Nikolovski, Nino; University of Cambridge, Biochemistry Stott, Katherine; University of Cambridge... suggests xylan may interact with cellulose microfibrils as a two-fold helical screw in the secondary plant cell wall of Arabidopsis thaliana. Marta Busse-Wicher1#, Thiago C. F. Gomes2,3#, Theodora Tryfona1#, Nino Nikolovski1#, Katherine Stott1...

  16. A review of "A True Account of the Great Tryals and Cruel Sufferings Undergone by those Two Faithful Servants of God, Katherine Evans and Sarah Cheevers: La vicenda di due quacchere prigioniere dell’inquisizione di Malta." by Stefano Villani ed. 

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    Julie D. Campbell

    2005-01-01

    - cess, he provides an overview of Quakerism during this period, beginning with its inception ca. 1647 with the followers of George Fox. Making excel- lent use of archival sources from Rome, Pisa, Malta, Florence, Venice, the Vatican, and the British... examines the activities of John Perrot, John Luffe, George Robinson, and others who undertook extraordinary journeys to Rome and the Holy Lands (15-20). Regarding Cheevers?s early years, Villani notes that less is known about her first encounters...

  17. REFERENCES: [1] G.A. Perkins, M.G. Sun, and T.G. Frey. Correlated light and electron microscopy/electron tomography of mitochondria In Situ. Methods in Enzymology, 456:2952 (2009). [2] M.G. Sun, J. Williams, C. Munoz-Pinedo, P.G. A, J.M. Brown, M. H. Elli

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    Whelan, Paul F.

    2009-01-01

    on the Segmentation of a Mitochondrion. Here, the segmentation of a mitochondrion is entirely performed by means]3 II III IV V RESULTS I: SINGLE MITOCHONDRION I RESULTS III: DEFORMED AND CLUSTERED In the case of well region of a mitochondrion. Granu- larity and texture analy- sis are used in the classification of objects

  18. Edited by Barbara J. Meyer. Last revised February 8, 2005. Published April 4, 2006. This chapter should be cited as: Ellis, R. and Schedl, T. Sex determination in the germ line (April 4, 2006), WormBook, ed. The C. elegans Research Community, WormBook, do

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    ..............................................2 3. In germ cells, the sex determination pathway acts through FOG-1 and FOG-3 .....................................3 3.1. fog-1 and fog-3 .................................................4 4.1. Translational regulation of tra-2by GLD-1 and FOG-2

  19. REF--1 REF--1 refsq, 6/15/1994

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    Rodriguez, Carlos

    . (1620), ``Novum Organum'', in The Works of Francis Bacon, vol. 4, J. Spedding, R. L. Ellis & D. D. Heath) and Anscombe (1963) for extensive discussion. Ash, B. B. (1966), Information Theory, Wiley, New York. Bacon, F

  20. Strain-associated virulence factors of Streptococcus iniae in hybrid-striped bass

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    Nizet, Victor

    killing 1. Introduction Disease outbreaks have become a significant hurdle to the profitable culture to bacterial infection in fish is through the innate immune response (Ellis, 2001). Both humoral and cellular

  1. Linear iterative refinement method for the rapid simulation of borehole nuclear measurements: Part 2 --High-angle and horizontal wells

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    Torres-Verdín, Carlos

    by deviated wells. Re- sults are compared to Monte Carlo simulations performed with the Monte Carlo N-particle becauseoftheinfluenceofadjacentlayersoflargecontrastsofpetro- physical properties. For instance, Ellis and Chiaramonte 2000 con- clude that the difference

  2. Gastelum, Fernando A. Goen, Eric A.

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    Wong, Pak Kin

    James Coldren, Amanda Jane Dadayeva, Samanta Dixit, Vineet A. Eddy, Steven Kyle Ellis, Chelsea Lauren, Kaitlyn Messina, Cassandra Aileen Miller, Chelsea G. Mize, Abigail Leigh Moleres, Mireya Moon, Brianna F

  3. Flight restraint

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    Ellis, D.H.; Dein, F.J.

    1996-01-01

    Many techniques are available for pre ve n ting escape of captive cranes. These include tenotomy, tenectomy, wing clipping, confinement under nets, amputation, brailing, and vane trimming (Ellis and Dein 1991). The advantages and limitations of each technique are presented.

  4. Volga German Dialect of Schoenchen, Kansas

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    Johnson, D. Chris

    1994-01-01

    The town of Schoenchen, Kansas, lies 11 miles south of Hays, Kansas, in Ellis County. Schoenchen was founded in 1876 by German-speaking immigrants from the southern Volga region in Russia. Their forebears first came ...

  5. Investigacin Instituto Nacional de Ecologa-SEMARNAT Volumen 4 Nmero 2

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    Rey Benayas, José María

    ; recuadro 1). Así, Ellis y Ramankutty (2008), en su clasificación antropogénica de los biomas #12;Investigaciónambiental2012·4(1):101-110 102 José M. Rey Benayas del mundo, distinguen 21 tipos principales de biomas de

  6. 2 nature physics | VOL 7 | JANUARY 2011 | www.nature.com/naturephysics Eyes on a prize particle

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    Loss, Daniel

    particle Luis Álvarez-Gaumé and John Ellis The search for the Higgs boson could soon prove successful of `spontaneous' symmetry breaking is provided by superconductivity: as explained in the theory of Bardeen, Cooper

  7. NEWS & VIEWS 150 nature physics | VOL 3 | MARCH 2007 | www.nature.com/naturephysics

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    Loss, Daniel

    Bardeen­Cooper­Schrieffer model, which is based on a linear interaction. Instead, the authors notice resemblance to the antarctic bird. (As the story goes, theorist John Ellis coined the name after losing

  8. Ectomycorrhizas and climate change Brian J. PICKLES*, Keith N. EGGER, Hugues B. MASSICOTTE, D. Scott GREEN

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    Massicotte, Hugues

    editor: Christopher J. Ellis Keywords: Biodiversity Boreal Climate change CO2 enrichment Complex adaptive studies have demonstrated for previous climate change events. Predicted effects on ectomycorrhizal (ECM to atmospheric CO2 enrichment, increasing temperatures, nutrient addition, species invasions, loss

  9. A Guide to the Changing Court Rulings on Union Security in the Public Sector: A Union Perspective.

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    Darko, Richard J.; Knapp, Janet C.

    1985-01-01

    The Supreme Court in "Ellis vs. Brotherhood of Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks" has provided a systematic process for determining what constitutes union expenses properly charged to objecting nonmembers. (MLF)

  10. COMMUNICATE WITH THE WORLD

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    Molinari, Marc

    these values in our education and research; join us to forge a successful future. PARISIAN PASTIMES" (Ellie Feehan, BA French and Spanish) Study opportunities include: Australia, China, Mexico and the USA

  11. Interactions between a group of Golden Eagles and a herd of North American elk

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    O'Connell, Matt P.; Kochert, Michael N.

    2013-01-01

    Raptors are generally considered solitary predators (Schoener 1969), but occasionally they interact socially (Brown and Amadon 1968). Certain raptor species (e.g., Swallow-tailed Kites [Elanoides forficatus] and Swainson's Hawks [Buteo swainsoni]) concentrate in aggregations in response to localized, abundant food sources (Ellis et al. 1993). Many raptor species engage in group hunting (Ellis et al. 1993), and social foraging is a routine strategy for some species (e.g., Harris's Hawks [Parabuteo unicinctus]; Bednarz 1988, Ellis et al. 1993]. Raptors generally engage in group hunting to pursue elusive or large prey (Ellis et al. 1993). Occasionally individuals of conspecific raptors engage in play as a group sometimes involving chases of prey species (Palmer 1988). In this letter, we report interactions between a large group of Golden Eagles and a herd of adult and juvenile Rocky Mountain elk (Cervus canadensis nelsoni) in late autumn.

  12. Syst. Biol. 55(2):314328, 2006 Copyright c Society of Systematic Biologists

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    Rosenberg, Michael S.

    from secondary structure identification (Coventry et al., 2004; Dowell and Eddy, 2004; Holmes, 2005a reconstruction (Cammarano et al., 1999; Hwang et al., 1998; Kjer, 1995, 2004; Lake, 1991; Morrison and Ellis

  13. Economic Implications of Farmer Storage of Surface Water in Federal Projects: Elephant Butte Irrigahon District, Dona Ana and Sierra Counties, New Mexico 

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    Ellis, J. R.; Teague, P. W.; Lacewell, R. D.

    1982-01-01

    Implications of Farmer Storage of Surface Water in Federal Projects: Elephant Butte Irrigation District, Dona Ana and Sierra Counties, New Mexico J.R. Ellis P.W. Teague R.D. Lacewell Texas Water Resources Institute...

  14. INTERIOR VIEW SHOWING MAIN ENTRANCE DOOR INTO SITTING ROOM AND ...

    Library of Congress Historic Buildings Survey, Historic Engineering Record, Historic Landscapes Survey

    INTERIOR VIEW SHOWING MAIN ENTRANCE DOOR INTO SITTING ROOM AND DOOR TO PASSAGEWAY AND FERRY BUILDING IN DISTANCE - Ellis Island, New Immigration Building, New York Harbor, New York, New York County, NY

  15. Dynamic Alignment and Exact Scaling Laws in MHD Turbulence Stanislav Boldyrev,1

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    Cattaneo, Fausto

    and Fausto Cattaneo2 1 Department of Physics, University of Wisconsin at Madison, 1150 University Ave, 5640 S. Ellis Ave, Chicago, IL 60637; jmason@flash.uchicago.edu; cattaneo@flash.uchicago.edu (Dated

  16. Elevations, Floor Plan and Section of Smokehouse and Floor Plan ...

    Library of Congress Historic Buildings Survey, Historic Engineering Record, Historic Landscapes Survey

    Elevations, Floor Plan and Section of Smokehouse and Floor Plan of Garage - Stiles-Pigg Farmstead, 1.7 miles northeast of the intersection of Bakers Branch and Old Maypearl Roads, Waxahachie, Ellis County, TX

  17. First & Second Floor Plans of Main House, Garage Floor ...

    Library of Congress Historic Buildings Survey, Historic Engineering Record, Historic Landscapes Survey

    First & Second Floor Plans of Main House, Garage Floor Plan and Barn Floor Plan - Harrison-Herrington Farmstead, 0.7 miles northeast of intersection of Bakers Branch and Old Maypearl Roads, Waxahachie, Ellis County, TX

  18. West & South Elevations and Floor Plan of Well House, ...

    Library of Congress Historic Buildings Survey, Historic Engineering Record, Historic Landscapes Survey

    West & South Elevations and Floor Plan of Well House, West & South Elevations and Floor Plan of Garage - J. M. Dunaway Farmstead, 0.35 miles southeast of the intersection of Boz and Barkers Branch Roads, Waxahachie, Ellis County, TX

  19. 76 FR 4724 - Catawba Sox, LLC Formerly Known as Catawba Sox, Inc. Including Workers Whose Unemployment...

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    ...Paid Through Ellis Hosiery Mill, LLC, Newton, NC; Amended Certification Regarding...formerly known as Catawba Sox, Inc., Newton, North Carolina. The notice was published...workers separated from employment at the Newton, North Carolina location of Catawba...

  20. 29 CFR 1910.1027 - Cadmium.

    Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

    2013-07-01

    ...as many as 10 metals from 1 sample.Neutron Activation Gamma Spectroscopy (NA...graphite-furnace AAS (Table 3).Neutron activation (NA) analysis and isotope...kidney) in vivo (Ellis et al. 1983). Neutron bombardment of the target transforms...

  1. 29 CFR 1910.1027 - Cadmium.

    Code of Federal Regulations, 2011 CFR

    2011-07-01

    ...as many as 10 metals from 1 sample.Neutron Activation Gamma Spectroscopy (NA...graphite-furnace AAS (Table 3).Neutron activation (NA) analysis and isotope...kidney) in vivo (Ellis et al. 1983). Neutron bombardment of the target transforms...

  2. 29 CFR 1910.1027 - Cadmium.

    Code of Federal Regulations, 2012 CFR

    2012-07-01

    ...as many as 10 metals from 1 sample.Neutron Activation Gamma Spectroscopy (NA...graphite-furnace AAS (Table 3).Neutron activation (NA) analysis and isotope...kidney) in vivo (Ellis et al. 1983). Neutron bombardment of the target transforms...

  3. 29 CFR 1910.1027 - Cadmium.

    Code of Federal Regulations, 2010 CFR

    2010-07-01

    ...as many as 10 metals from 1 sample.Neutron Activation Gamma Spectroscopy (NA...graphite-furnace AAS (Table 3).Neutron activation (NA) analysis and isotope...kidney) in vivo (Ellis et al. 1983). Neutron bombardment of the target transforms...

  4. 29 CFR 1910.1027 - Cadmium.

    Code of Federal Regulations, 2014 CFR

    2014-07-01

    ...as many as 10 metals from 1 sample.Neutron Activation Gamma Spectroscopy (NA...graphite-furnace AAS (Table 3).Neutron activation (NA) analysis and isotope...kidney) in vivo (Ellis et al. 1983). Neutron bombardment of the target transforms...

  5. 40 CFR 63.14 - Incorporations by reference.

    Code of Federal Regulations, 2014 CFR

    2014-07-01

    ...JJJJJJ. (h) Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD), 939 Ellis...Efficiency for Phase I Vapor Recovery Systems,” adopted April 12, 1996, and...Control, Division of Air and Waste Management, Accidental Release...

  6. Human mate selection under competitive pressure 

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    Hope, David

    2006-01-01

    Stable, cross-cultural, gender-based preferences in relationship choices have been identified by evolutionary psychologists (Buss 1987, Symons and Ellis 1989). This study furthered such research by collecting data from 20 ...

  7. 7 CFR 319.37-2 - Prohibited articles.

    Code of Federal Regulations, 2013 CFR

    2013-01-01

    ... affecting § 319.37-2, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the Finding Aids section of...) Austria, Finland, and Romania Stigmina deflectans (Karst) Ellis (Needlecast disease)....

  8. 7 CFR 319.37-2 - Prohibited articles.

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    2012-01-01

    ...: For Federal Register citations affecting § 319.37-2, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which... deflectans (Karst) Ellis (Needlecast disease). Europe Phacidiopycnis pseudotsuga (M. Wils.) Hahn (Douglas...

  9. Performative Returns and the Rememory of History: genealogy and performativity in the American racial state

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    Kokontis, Kate Menninger

    2011-01-01

    that involves heritage tourism, neighborhood revitalizationtourism, Jazz Fest is dedicated to celebrating the unique culture, heritage, andtourism operations such as Ellis Island and Jazz Fest, genealogy is figured as the development or heritage

  10. March, 2015 Vice President

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    Nicholson, Bruce J.

    WilliamW.Dodge,DDS Chair Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Edward Ellis, III, DDS, MS Associate Dean Academic Neurosurgery David F. Jimenez, MD Chair Neurology Robin L. Brey, MD Chair Surgery Ronald M. Stewart, MD Dean

  11. nature physics | VOL 2 | SEPTEMBER 2006 | www.nature.com/naturephysics 577 BOOKS & ARTS

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    Loss, Daniel

    Eddington, Edwin Hubble, Fritz Zwicky, George Gamow, Fred Hoyle and Yakov Zeldovich. The book does well­redshift diagram. But these are minor defects in a sound work that will be well appreciated. George Ellis George

  12. 78 FR 25462 - Oklahoma; Major Disaster and Related Determinations

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    ... areas and Hazard Mitigation throughout the State. You are further authorized to provide snow assistance... Assistance. Dewey and Ellis Counties for snow assistance under the Public Assistance program for...

  13. Personal Change and Intervention Style

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    Andrews, John D. W.

    1977-01-01

    Presents a theory of personal change and analyzes growth-producing interventions using examples from the film, "Three Approaches to Psychotherapy". Compares the styles of Carl Rogers, Frttz Perls, and Albert Ellis to illustrate the theory. (Editor/RK)

  14. JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY, May 2004, p. 45084516 Vol. 78, No. 9 0022-538X/04/$08.00 0 DOI: 10.1128/JVI.78.9.45084516.2004

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    Harrison, Stephen C.

    Aspartate Transcarbamoylase Bing Chen,1 Yifan Cheng,2 Lesley Calder,3 Stephen C. Harrison,1,4 * Ellis L. Reinherz,5 John J. Skehel,3 and Don C. Wiley1,4 Laboratory of Molecular Medicine, The Children's Hospital

  15. Expression, Purification, and Characterization of gp160e, the Soluble, Trimeric Ectodomain of the Simian Immunodeficiency

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    Harrison, Stephen C.

    Bing Chen, Genfa Zhou, Mikyung Kim§, Yasmin Chishti§, Rebecca E. Hussey§, Barry Ely¶, John J. Skehel¶, Ellis L. Reinherz§, Stephen C. Harrison , and Don C. Wiley ** From the Laboratory of Molecular Medicine

  16. The Impact of Legislation House Bill 56 on Immigration Laws and Construction in Alabama 

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    Garcia, Jose

    2013-08-02

    Historically the United States has welcomed immigration from all over the world; from Ellis Island to the Statue of Liberty, whose iconic “Mother of Exiles” is considered a symbol of hope to generations upon generations ...

  17. The 2012 Euclid Contest --BC Results In the 2012 Euclid Contest there were 1775 participants from 153 BC schools. The questions were marked by a team

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    Fournier, John J.F.

    , UBC MURRAY MARTIN HARISH DIXIT, UBC GREG MAYER, UBC DAVE ELLIS GABRIEL MITITICA PHIL FERREIRA, Mount 30 Steveston London 336 7 Lester Pearson 396 31 Johnston Heights Jr. 332 8 Moscrop 392 Kelowna 332 9

  18. A Theoretical and Empirical Integration of the Rational-Emotive and Classical Conditioning Theories

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    Russell, Phillip L.; Brandsma, Jeffrey M.

    1974-01-01

    Galvanic skin conductance response, respiration rate and respiration depth values of an experimental and control group were used to test the hypotheses of a Albert Ellis' ABC Theory of psychopathology. (EK)

  19. 75 FR 11949 - Oklahoma Disaster # OK-00035

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    ...determined to be adversely affected by the disaster: Primary Counties: Alfalfa, Caddo, Cleveland, Comanche, Cotton, Delaware, Dewey, Ellis, Grady, Greer, Harmon, Haskell, Hughes, Jackson, Kiowa, Le Flore, Mcclain, Muskogee, Okmulgee,...

  20. 40 CFR 81.126 - Northwestern Oklahoma Intrastate Air Quality Control Region.

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    2011-07-01

    ...delimited): In the State of Oklahoma: Alfalfa County, Beaver County, Blaine County, Cimarron County, Custer County, Dewey County, Ellis County, Harper County, Major County, Roger Mills County, Texas County, Woods County, Woodward...