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Curriculum Vitae KATHERINE FAUST  

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, The American University 1985-1987 NIMH Postdoctoral Fellow in Quantitative Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign #12;2 PUBLICATIONS Books Wasserman, Stanley and Katherine Faust 1994 Press. (Revised, reprinted edition, 1997). Articles and Book Chapters Faust, Katherine forthcoming "A

Loudon, Catherine

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Week 16, Ellie Ellie at Saturday Market  

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to be kids, and as a result they are happier at school. However I do worry -- especially for Alex as he heads's the fastest kid in her school, and her interest in track has prompted us to put her and Alex into a local many friends on our street. Where Alex loves physical activity -- biking, surfing, skiing -- Ellie

Bardsley, John

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CURRICULUM VITAE: Katherine S. Newman  

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CURRICULUM VITAE: Katherine S. Newman Office of the Dean Krieger School of the Arts and Sciences School of Arts & Sciences Johns Hopkins University Dean Newman oversees 22 academic departments and 10 to the Dean as well. #12;Katherine S.Newman Curriculum Vitae 2 2007- 2010 Director, Princeton Institute

Sheridan, Jennifer

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CURRICULUM VITAE: Katherine S. Newman  

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CURRICULUM VITAE: Katherine S. Newman Office of the Dean Krieger School of the Arts and Sciences. Newman Curriculum Vitae 2 2007- 2010 Director, Princeton Institute for International & Regional Studies on Internationalization 2006-2009 Princeton University Budget Priorities Committee #12;Katherine S. Newman Curriculum

Weaver, Harold A. "Hal"

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Katherine Oral History  

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to see this person, putting you in the chapel, the kind of—it's a kind of spiritual abuse. ALBIN: Right. KATHERINE: And—it's—my—so what this did, what that did was set up this conflict between my faith and my sexual orientation. And when I left... the most spiritual group of people incarnating. Now this was somebody in the eighties telling me this, mid-eighties okay. And one of the reasons we drink and drug so badly is not only our cultural homophobia and our internalized homophobia but because...

Albin, Tami

2014-03-13

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The Trial of Katherine Harrison.  

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Presents a lesson plan in which the teacher and students participate in a mock trial of Katherine Harrison, who was accused of witchcraft in the seventeenth century. Provides background information about the trial, as well as primary sources of the testimonies given by witnesses during the trial. (CMK)

Woodward, Walter W.

2003-01-01

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CHANGEYourWorld Katherine Gorge.  

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CHARLES DARWIN UNIVERSITY PLAN 2012­2014 STRATEGIC CHANGEYourWorld #12;Katherine Gorge. Courtesy of Dr Mark FitzRoy GLOSSARY CDU Charles Darwin University Core business The primary purpose and function and Higher Education CHARLES DARWIN UNIVERSITY PLAN 2012­2014 STRATEGIC CHANGEYourWorld #12;2 3CHARLES DARWIN

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Ellis--Page 1 Colter Ellis, Ph.D.  

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. 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

Lawrence, Rick L.

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May 2008 Ellis TECHNICAL MEMORANDUM  

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as the wage rate of the driver plus the various operating cost components associated with the truck or tractor Vehicles and Commercial Trucks for Use in the Urban Mobility Study by David Ellis Texas Transportation. For personal travel, value of time is the sum of the driver's perceived value of time plus the value

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Katherine Dunham: the artist in racial context  

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been gath- 40, ered already by John Wesley Powell and the government sponsored Bureau of American Ethnology. The evolutionary bias of this school was challenged by Franz Boas, who sys- tematized anthropological research and began training students...KATHERINE DUNHAM: THF. ARTIST IN RACIAL CONTEXT A Thesis by PATRICK JOHN O' BRIEN Submitted to the Graduate College of Texas A(M University in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of MASTER OF ARTS August 1977 Major...

O'Brien, Patrick John

1977-01-01

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Patent Fair Use2.0 Katherine J. Strandburg*  

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265 Patent Fair Use2.0 Katherine J. Strandburg* I. Introduction .................................................................................................................266 A. The Noncontextual Focus of Patent Doctrine........................................266 II. Why Patent Fair Use Now

Loudon, Catherine

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Gauging a Hydrocarbon Ruler by an Intrinsic Exciton Probe M. Adil Khan,, Chris Neale,| Catherine Michaux, Regis Pome`s,|,@ Gilbert G. Prive,|, Robert W. Woody,# and  

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Michaux, Re´gis Pome`s,|,@ Gilbert G. Prive´,|, Robert W. Woody,# and Russell E. Bishop*,,§,| Departments, Department of Medical Biophysics, UniVersity of Toronto, and DiVision of Molecular and Structural Biology, Ontario Cancer Institute, Toronto, ON, Canada M5G 2M9, Department of Structural Biology and Biochemistry

Bishop, Russell

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John A. Scigliano Interviews Allan B. Ellis.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

This interview with Allan Ellis focuses on a history of computer applications in education. Highlights include work at the Harvard Graduate School of Education; the New England Education Data System; and efforts to create a computer-based distance learning and development program called ISVD (Information System for Vocational Decisions). (LRW)

Scigliano, John A.

2000-01-01

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Ellie Mannette: Master of the Steel Drum.  

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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)

Svaline, J. Marc

2001-01-01

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

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ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AS A TECHNIQUE FOR LARYNGEAL INVESTIGATION* Katherine S. Harris+ While, as earlier humans has become possible using the techniques of electromyography. In this paper, I will discuss some

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The Ellis wormhole with `tachyon matter'  

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The Ellis wormhole is known to be an exact solution of the Einstein--scalar system where the scalar field has negative kinetic energy (phantom). We show here that the same geometry (in 3+1 dimensions) can also be obtained with `tachyon matter' as a source term in the field equations and a positive cosmological constant. The kink--like tachyon field profile and the nature of the tachyon potential are analyzed. It is shown that the field configuration and the spacetime are stable against linear scalar perturbations. Finally, we comment on extensions of the 3+1 dimensional Ellis wormhole (with tachyon matter source) in diverse dimensions (d=2+1 and d>4).

A. Das; Sayan Kar

2005-07-04

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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...

2013-02-27

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ON VOLUMES OF PERMUTATION POLYTOPES KATHERINE BURGGRAF, JESUS DE LOERA, MOHAMED OMAR  

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ON VOLUMES OF PERMUTATION POLYTOPES KATHERINE BURGGRAF, JES´US DE LOERA, MOHAMED OMAR Abstract, Ehrhart polynomials, Gale duality, theta bodies. 1 #12;2 KATHERINE BURGGRAF, JES´US DE LOERA, MOHAMED OMAR

Omar, Mohamed

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Division I Division II Division III Katherine Kuenzli (2014) Peter Gottschalk (2015) Vice Chair Fred Ellis (2015)  

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(2015) John Finn (2014) Stephen Devoto (2014) Natasha Korda (2016) CHAIR James McGuire[sub]/Marc Eisner Representatives to Academic Council Miri Nakamura (2014) Paul Erickson (2014) Charles Sanislow (2015) Term

Devoto, Stephen H.

2014-01-01

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ESSES 2003 2003, Carla Schlatter Ellis Power-Aware Memory  

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Ellis Opportunity: Power Aware DRAM · Multiple power states ­ Fast access, high power ­ Low power, slow1 ESSES 2003© 2003, Carla Schlatter Ellis Power-Aware Memory Management 2ESSES 2003© 2003, Carla management · OS page allocation policies · Experimental results · Future work, open questions #12;2 3ESSES

Ellis, Carla

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John Tracy Ellis and the Figure of the Catholic Intellectual  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Fifty years after John Tracy Ellis challenged the quality and character of Catholic intellectual life, much work remains to be done. This essay explores Ellis's original assertions and places them in an overarching historical context that involves Flannery O'Connor and Thomas Merton.

Conniff, Brian

2006-01-01

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Albert Ellis's Theoretical Ark: Reactions of a Reader.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Provides a brief reaction to Albert Ellis's "Postmodern Ethics for Active-Directive Counseling and Psychotherapy," which appears in this issue. Offers a condensed review of what has led up to Ellis's article. Pays special attention to the phrase "and/also" in relation to its implication for theory building and practice. (RJM)

Ginter, Earl J.

1997-01-01

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Enumerating prime-power homotopy k-types Graham Ellis  

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1 Enumerating prime-power homotopy k-types Graham Ellis Mathematics Department, University College Galway, Ireland (e-mail: graham.ellis@ucg.ie) January 1998 1 Introduction A fundamental problem.A. Green [4] [8] on the Schur multiplier.) Proposition 2. Let k; q #21; 1 be integers, and let X be a #12

Ellis, Graham

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Gravitational Microlensing by the Ellis Wormhole  

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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 one other image inside. The weak-field hypothesis is a good approximation in Galactic lensing if the throat radius is less than $10^{11} km$. 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 $10^7 km$, 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.

F. Abe

2010-10-08

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Richard Brill Yonat Swimmer Carina Taxboel Katherine Cousins Timothy Lowe  

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Richard Brill á Yonat Swimmer á Carina Taxboel Katherine Cousins á Timothy Lowe Gill and intestinal than double those of other active ®shes should result in high water and ion ¯ux rates across the gills between activity patterns and osmoregulatory costs based on Na+ -K+ ATPase activity in the gills of active

Hawai'i at Manoa, University of

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

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therapy refers to the transfer of a gene that encodes a functional protein into a cell or the transferCHAPTER 4 Vectors of Gene Therapy KATHERINE PARKER PONDER, M.D. INTRODUCTION Currently, gene of an entity that will alter the expression of an endogenous gene in a cell. The efficient transfer

Ponder, Katherine P.

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

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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…

Horning, Kathleen T.

2010-01-01

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[Syndromes 21: Ellis-Van Creveld syndrome].  

PubMed

Patients with the Ellis-Van Creveld syndrome have a short stature. The extremities are often plump and markedly shortened, progressively from the trunk to the fingers and the toes. A bilateral postaxial sixth finger is frequent. The most striking and consistent finding in the mouth is fusion of the middle part of the upper lip to the labial sulcus, resulting in a so-called 'whistling deformity'. Congenitally missing teeth, particularly in the frontal region, are a constant finding too. Teeth are usually small and have conical crowns. Supernummer teeth have also been noted. The oral and maxillofacial surgeon will treat the hypertrophic upper frenulum; the dentist will treat the oligodontia of the frontal region and the conical crowns by means of laminated veneers and etch composite bridgework. PMID:11385805

Baart, J A; van Hagen, J M

2000-06-01

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

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

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

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THE WARP DRIVE AND ANTIGRAVITY Homer G. Ellis  

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THE WARP DRIVE AND ANTIGRAVITY Homer G. Ellis Abstract. The warp drive envisioned by Alcubierre as an antigravity device, and shall describe a topological design that causes the idea of constructing one to seem

Ellis, Homer

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RATIONAL EMOTIVE BEHAVIOR THERAPY AFTER ELLIS: PREDICTIONS FOR THE FUTURE  

Microsoft Academic Search

The 9 members of the Institute for Rational-Emotive Therapy’s International Training Standards and Review Committee (of which\\u000a Albert Ellis is currently one) predict the status of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) after the death of Albert Ellis,\\u000a its progenitor. Most respondents addressed whether REBT will exist in its own right or be subsumed under the broad umbrella\\u000a of Cognitive Behavior

Stephen G. Weinrach; Albert Ellis; Raymond DiGiuseppe; Michael E. Bernard; Windy Dryden; Howard Kassinove; G. Barry Morris; Ann Vernon; Janet Wolfe

2006-01-01

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Magnetoplasmadynamcis - Portrait of Macon C. 'Mike' Ellis, Jr  

NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)

Portrait of Macon C. 'Mike' Ellis, Jr. James Hansen described Mike Ellis as 'the first and only person to be in charge of Langley's Magnetoplasmadynamcis (MPD) Branch.' He was 'an NACA veteran who was 42 years old when the branch was organized. Ellis had come to work at Langley in 1939, and over the course of his career at the laboratory, he had been involved in pioneering work on the aerodynamics of jet engines, ramjets, and supersonic inlets and nozzles. Fittingly, Ellis had worked for Eastman Jacobs and with Arthur Kantrowitz in the early 1940s, and he had heard firsthand accounts of his former colleagues' attempts to design a fusion reactor in the spring of 1938. By the late 1950s, Ellis was one of Langley's most outspoken believers in MPD's promise of technological benefits. Ellis encouraged Floyd Thompson's enthusiasm for MPD and persuaded Langley's senior staff of mostly engineers that MPD was a field of research vital to the future of NASA. When the time came to pick someone to head the new branch, Ellis was unquestionably the person for the job. 'Ellis was no extraordinary 'scientific brain.' As an aeronautical engineer, his talents were quite respectable, but he possessed no special competency in the physics of fluids beyond his experience in aerodynamics or gas dynamics. He was always the first to admit that the complexities of plasma physics and MPD were such that 'there was no way' that he personally could conduct basic MPD research. That challenge he would leave to minds more suited for it. But Ellis could bring the MPD researchers together as a unit, serve as their strong external advocate, shield them from front-office pressures, and make sure that they received the support they needed to carry out their work. 'I just tried to keep my head above water,' Ellis explains, 'and keep these *mad scientists' from going off on too many tangents, or going mad myself.' Published in James R. Hansen, Spaceflight Revolution: NASA Langley Research Center From Sputnik to Apollo, NASA SP-4308, pp.127, 129.

1962-01-01

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Ellis, Erle. C., Rong Gang Li, Lin Zhang Yang, and Xu Cheng. 2000. Nitrogen and the  

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Ellis, Erle. C., Rong Gang Li, Lin Zhang Yang, and Xu Cheng. 2000. Nitrogen and the sustainable Strategies. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. #12;Nitrogen and the Sustainable Village Erle C. Ellis, Rong Gang Li

Ellis, Erle C.

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EllisMonaghan Page 1 5/20/98 NEW RESULTS FOR THE MARTIN POLYNOMIAL  

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Ellis­Monaghan Page 1 5/20/98 NEW RESULTS FOR THE MARTIN POLYNOMIAL Joanna A. Ellis FOR THE MARTIN POLYNOMIAL Running Head: MARTIN POLYNOMIAL RESULTS Joanna A. Ellis­Monaghan Department combinatorial interpretations for valuations of the Martin polynomial, M(G;s), for unoriented graphs. The Martin

Ellis-Monaghan, Joanna

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Ellis and Epictetus: Dialogue vs. Method in Psychotherapy  

Microsoft Academic Search

Some recent commentators have found problems in the scientific status of Ellis's REBT, which seem not to be present in Beck's CBT. We argue that this may be partly because they drew differently from the traditions of thought available to them, which appears most clearly in their first published articles. Beck's articles were more in the modern medical tradition, whose

Arthur Still; Windy Dryden

2003-01-01

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In vitro antioxidant activity of polysaccharide from Gardenia jasminoides ellis  

USGS Publications Warehouse

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.

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

2011-01-01

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THE ECHO NEST MUSICAL FINGERPRINT Daniel P.W. Ellis  

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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

Ellis, Dan

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Freud, Rogers, and Ellis: A Comparative Theoretical Analysis  

Microsoft Academic Search

Albert Ellis, Sigmund Freud, and Carl Rogers are widely recognized as the three most influential psychotherapists of the twentieth century. In the present article, it is argued that the striking differences in their therapeutic systems, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), psychoanalysis, and person-centered therapy, respectively, are rooted in more fundamental theoretical differences concerning the essential nature of client personality. The

Daniel J. Ziegler

2002-01-01

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Let's Nuke the Transpersonalists: A Response to Albert Ellis.  

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Responds to Albert Ellis' 1986 article which proposed to use rational-emotive therapy (RET) to save the world from religious and psychological fanatics and nuclear war. Attempts to provide a more balanced view of religion, RET, non-RET therapies, and the role of psychology in averting nuclear war. (Author/ABL)

Wilber, Ken

1989-01-01

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Havelock Ellis's literary criticism, canon formation, and the heterosexual Shakespeare.  

PubMed

Famous as the author of an early full-length scientific study of sexual inversion or homosexuality, English sexologist Havelock Ellis was also a literary critic responsible for initiating publication of the famous Mermaid Series of "The Best of Plays of the Old Dramatists" in the late-nineteenth century. Personally editing the first volume of plays by Christopher Marlowe and a later collection by tragedian John Ford, Ellis associated these playwrights here and in his scientific work, Sexual Inversion, with ideas about normative and so-called abnormal sexualities at the start of the twentieth century. Ellis, thus, helped give expression to a literary canon of early English dramatists in which modern, anachronistic ideas about sexual subjectivity play a part. While this article does not claim that Ellis was the necessary source for later criticism, it shows how, over the whole of the twentieth century, Shakespeare's priority in the literary canon came to be posited at least in part on his apparent sexual normality in contrast with a supposedly homosexual Christopher Marlowe and other playwrights such as Ford or Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher associated with varying degrees of sexual difference. PMID:19882426

Radel, Nicholas F

2009-01-01

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HIGH SPEED RAIL COSTS, BENEFITS, AND FINANCING RAYMOND H. ELLIS  

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HIGH SPEED RAIL COSTS, BENEFITS, AND FINANCING RAYMOND H. ELLIS MANAGING DIRECTOR AECOM The 2011;OUTLINE · Introduction · Costs of High Speed Rail · Benefits of High Speed Rail · Financing High Speed Rail · Summary #12;OUTLINE · Introduction · Costs of High Speed Rail · Benefits of High Speed Rail

Bustamante, Fabián E.

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IMPLANTABLE PARYLENE MEMS FOR GLAUCOMA THERAPY Ellis Meng1  

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IMPLANTABLE PARYLENE MEMS FOR GLAUCOMA THERAPY Ellis Meng1 , Po-Jui Chen2 , Damien Rodger2 , Yu of Medicine, University of Southern California, CA, USA Abstract-An implantable glaucoma management system is presented for the first time. Glaucoma is an incurable disease characterized by gradual visual field loss

Meng, Ellis

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

Cancer.gov

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.

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Energy dominance and the Hawking Ellis vacuum conservation theorem  

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At a time when uninhibited speculation about negative tension -- and by implication negative mass density -- world branes has become commonplace, it seems worthwhile to call attention to the risk involved in sacrificing traditional energy positivity postulates such as are required for the classical vacuum stability theorem of Hawking and Ellis. As well as recapitulating the technical content of this reassuring (when applicable) theorem, the present article provides a new, rather more economical proof.

Brandon Carter

2002-05-02

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Nephronophthisis associated with Ellis-van Creveld syndrome  

Microsoft Academic Search

.   Ellis-van Creveld (EvC) and Jeune’s asphyxiating thoracic dystrophy (ATD) are related disorders characterized by narrow thoracic\\u000a cage and short-limbed dwarfism. Some patients have overlapping features of both ATD and EvC, indicating that these syndromes\\u000a may be a part of a disease spectrum. Nephronophthisis has been occasionally reported in patients with ATD, but not with EvC\\u000a syndrome. We report a

Asha Moudgil; Arvind Bagga; Elaine S. Kamil; David L. Rimoin; Ralph S. Lachman; Arthur H. Cohen; Stanley C. Jordan

1998-01-01

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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...

2010-07-06

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The Katherine Dunham Collection at the Library of Congress  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Recently, the Library of Congress created the "I Hear American Singing" digital project in order to allow visitors the ability "to experience the diversity of American performing arts". One of its first online digital collections pays tribute to Katherine Dunham, who was born in Chicago in 1909 and is best known for incorporating Caribbean, African, and South American movement styles and themes into her ballets. Dunham is also well known for her anthropological explorations of dance, a lifelong passion that began with her studies at the University of Chicago in the late 1920s. While some digitized collections claim to be "multimedia" in their holdings, this particular collection truly lives up to this appellation. The very fine video clips contained within the archive allow visitors to watch interviews with Dunham, learn about her fieldwork, and watch excerpts from some of her many ballets, including Barrelhouse, L'Ag'Ya, and Shango. Users of this collection will also appreciate the introductory essays composed by Vicky J. Risner, who is the dance specialist for the music division of the Library of Congress.

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Thrust Bearing with Rough Surfaces Lubricated by an Ellis Fluid  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

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.

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

2014-11-01

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Changes in bathymetry for Lake Katherine and Wood Lake, Richland County, South Carolina, 1989-93  

USGS Publications Warehouse

Bathymetric surveys of Lake Katherine and Wood Lake, small residential lakes in Columbia, South Carolina, were made in 1989 and 1993. During this period the combined volume of the lakes decreased by 519,000 cubic feet (11.9 acre-feet). Most of the decrease in volume occurred in the northern part of Lake Katherine where deltaic sediment deposits at the mouth of Gills Creek increased in thickness during the 4-year period. The sediment was derived from a combination of sources in the Gills Creek Basin upstream from the lakes. Construction of a highway and a housing development in the Basin were significant factors in the sedimentation.

Patterson, Glenn G.

1995-01-01

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

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KU ScholarWorks | http://kuscholarworks.ku.edu On the Heimatbestimmung of the Ellis County (Kansas) Volga German Dialects 1982 by William D. Keel This work has been made available by the University of Kansas Libraries’ Office of Scholarly... of the Ellis County (Kansas) Volga German Dialects.” Yearbook of German-American Studies 17 (1982): 99 109. Terms of Use: http://www2.ku.edu/~scholar/docs/license.shtml William D. Keel O n t h e Heimatbestimmung of the Ellis County (Kansas) Volga-German...

Keel, William

1982-01-01

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Social Influences on the Writing of Marion Dane Bauer and Katherine Paterson.  

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

Profiles two children's authors, Marion Dane Bauer and Katherine Paterson, examining the social interactions that have influenced their writing. Looks at the social context of their lives as influences on their writing, including family, friends and acquaintances, literature, research for a novel, editors, the marketplace, and readers. Suggests…

Fisher, Bonnie E.

1999-01-01

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

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with LiDAR Dendrochronology and climate change research Forest Management overview Sustainable management the impact of pinewood nematode Ecology overview Criteria for changing forest land use Conservation measuresKatherine Tubby For over a decade, numerous volunteers have been involved in a Forest Research (FR

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Katherine Montgomery: A Change of Heart on Women's Competitive Athletics in the Early 20th Century  

Microsoft Academic Search

Katherine Williams Montgomery (1894-1958) attended Florida State College for Women (FSCW) from 1914 until 1918. After graduating with a degree in English, she became an instructor at FSCW and would soon be asked to acquire training to become the head of a new Physical Education program. Montgomery would begin her new career just as a contentious argument over the right

Peter L Castelow

2005-01-01

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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

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Skills Planning for Industry Growth: A Case Study of the Katherine Arts Industry. Occasional Paper  

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The findings of a cultural industries skills audit undertaken in 2008 in Katherine, Northern Territory, are explored. The case study focusses in particular on the practical challenges and implications of auditing skills in a diverse industry sector and considers the usefulness of such an audit in preparing an industry for predicted change. This…

Curry, Catherine

2009-01-01

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

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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

Brading, Katherine

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

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107 Climate Change and Plant Diseases: Forests, Crops, and Food Security Katherine Siegel '13 not yet have a complete understanding of the effects of climate change on plant health, recent work of climate change on the plants that we depend on, scientists are working to develop a more thorough

Smith, Kate

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

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158 TCM Vol. 9, No. 6, 1999 Katherine Parker Ponder is at the Departments of Internal Medicine and Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri, USA Medicine, Washington University School of Medicine, 660 S. Euclid Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63110, USA. © 1999

Ponder, Katherine P.

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Attorney Katherine L. Brown received her undergraduate degree from the University of  

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matters in the New Hampshire courts. Katherine is an advocate of women's rights and equality for all. She currently serves on the New Hampshire Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights President's Council of the New Hampshire Women's Bar Association (having served as President from 2006

New Hampshire, University of

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ARTICULATORY CONTROL IN A DEAF SPEAKER* Nancy S. McGarr+ and Katherine S. Harris++  

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ARTICULATORY CONTROL IN A DEAF SPEAKER* Nancy S. McGarr+ and Katherine S. Harris++ INTRODUCTION While many children who are born severely or profoundly deaf, or become deaf in infancy achieve, & Stromberg, 1974). While many educators of the deaf would claim that the characteristic unintelligibility

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Snap Trap of the Venus's Flytrap, Dionaea muscipula Ellis ex L. (Droseraceae)  

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A snap trap of the Venus's flytrap, Dionaea muscipula Ellis ex L. (Droseraceae), native in North America forms a sister group with widely distributed aquatic snap trap species Aldrovanda vesiculosa L.

Mitsuyasu Hasebe (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies; School of Life Science - Department of Molecular B ADR; POSTAL)

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Clinical trial designs based on intrinsic subtypes-Matthew Ellis.ppt  

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Clinical Study Portfolio Matthew Ellis Professor of Medicine Washington University Questions Can the PAM50 be used regarding chemotherapy versus no chemotherapy in the setting of low ROR Luminal A breast cancer?

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

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sets. 1 #12;iD jD kD iT jT kT 1 2 3 4 Figure 1: (a) Schematic of a portion of a tree where Ti and TjRandomized Algorithms for Fast Bayesian Hierarchical Clustering Katherine A. Heller and Zoubin Ghahramani Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit University College London, London, WC1N 3AR, UK {heller

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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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ABSTACT ELLIS, JOSEPH. The RNA World: A Look at Ribonuclease P RNA, Small Nucleolar RNA, 6S RNA, SMALL NUCLEOLAR RNA, 6S RNA, AND THE SMALL RIBOSOMAL SUBUNIT by Joseph Ellis A dissertation and support. I would to thank my mother and father Ron and Pat Ellis for all they have done for me, not only

Brown, James W.

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Havelock Ellis, Eonism and the patient's discourse; or, writing a book about sex.  

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This paper argues that an analysis of the use of the case study in the sexological writings of Havelock Ellis is essential for a proper understanding of how texts about sex were written out of the patient's 'confessions'. It is maintained that by focusing on the construction of the book Eonism, rather than on just the patients' discourse, a fuller understanding of the processes necessary for the field of sexology to operate is achieved. In order to argue this, attention has been paid to archival and published sources, with the aim showing the social processes behind Ellis's writing activities. PMID:11624659

Crozier, I

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Not since Sappho: the erotic in poems of Katherine Philips and Aphra Behn.  

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The presentation of sexuality in poetry may be masked by the use of conventional literary devices that obscure as well as reveal the poems' erotic content. Traditional readings of Katherine Philips' and Aphra Behn's poetry have ignored or denied the lesbian aspects of their verse by dismissing them as asexual representations of well-known literary conventions. This paper argues for a recognition of the ways in which these poetic conventions present a complex and sophisticated lesbian sexuality and also comment on other taboo aspects of human sexual relations. PMID:1431070

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

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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…

Flora, Cornelia Butler; Stitz, John

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

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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…

Xu, Cuiqin

2009-01-01

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Specular highlights of plastic surfaces and the Fresnel Coefficient Elli Angelopoulou*  

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Specular highlights of plastic surfaces and the Fresnel Coefficient Elli Angelopoulou* and Sofya that the color of specularities for materials like plastics and ceramics can be approximated by the color by experiments performed on multispectral images of different colored plastic tiles. The refractive indices

Angelopoulou, Elli

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COAL RESOURCES OF THE HANNA AND CARBON By M.S. Ellis,1  

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Chapter HN COAL RESOURCES OF THE HANNA AND CARBON BASINS By M.S. Ellis,1 G.L. Gunther,2 A.M. Ochs,2, Delaware 1999 Resource assessment of selected Tertiary coal beds and zones in the Northern Rocky in the toolbar to return. 1999 Resource assessment of selected Tertiary coal beds and zones in the Northern Rocky

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COAL RESOURCES, POWDER RIVER BASIN By M.S. Ellis,1  

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Chapter PN COAL RESOURCES, POWDER RIVER BASIN By M.S. Ellis,1 G.L. Gunther,2 A.M. Ochs,2 S, Delaware 1999 Resource assessment of selected Tertiary coal beds and zones in the Northern Rocky in the toolbar to return. 1999 Resource assessment of selected Tertiary coal beds and zones in the Northern Rocky

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THE 2007 LABROSA COVER SONG DETECTION SYSTEM Daniel P.W. Ellis and Courtenay V. Cotton  

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THE 2007 LABROSA COVER SONG DETECTION SYSTEM Daniel P.W. Ellis and Courtenay V. Cotton Lab is extracted from a Fourier transform from overlapping 93 ms windows, weighted to emphasize energy from for consistent instantaneous frequency (phase advance) across adjacent Fourier transform bins [1]. Since

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Re-Imagining Possibilities: Honoring the Work of Carolyn Ellis and Art Bochner  

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As co-chairs of a tribute panel for their academic mentors, Carolyn Ellis and Art Bochner, the authors knew what the traditional responsibilities would require, but as a performer and a poet, they were inspired to do something more creative. Something poetic. Something performative. Something different. In this article, the authors present a…

Santoro, Patrick; Boylorn, Robin M.

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

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Ashline and Ellis-Monaghan Interdisciplinary Population Projects INTERDISCIPLINARY POPULATION elementary models of population growth in interdisciplinary class projects. Using the tools of calculus-Monaghan Interdisciplinary Population Projects and the other depends specifically on the Maple CAS [2]. Both give complete

Ashline, George

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Investigating the information-seeking behaviour of academic lawyers: From Ellis's model to design  

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1 Investigating the information-seeking behaviour of academic lawyers: From Ellis's model to design.Makri@ucl.ac.uk. Tel. +44 20 7679 5242. Fax +44 8456 382 573. Information-seeking is important for lawyers, who have many models, including those informed by studying lawyers, analyse information-seeking at a high level

Blandford, Ann

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

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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

Ellis, Fred M.

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

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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

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

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

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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

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

2014-10-01

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Aviation Safety Reporting System 625 Ellis St. Suite 305 Mountain View California 94043  

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Safety Information Article Presented at the 17th International Aircraft Cabin Safety Symposium by LindaAviation Safety Reporting System 625 Ellis St. Suite 305 Mountain View California 94043 Cabin Crew Connell Director, NASA Aviation Safety Reporting System March 7, 2000 Los Angeles, CA NASA ASRS (Pub. 59

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Agronomic & Test Information: Ellis County (Bardwell), TX Confectionary Hybrid Sunflower Trial, 2010  

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Program, College Station; Mr. Glen Moore, Ellis-Navarro Co. Extension IPM agent; Dr. Calvin Trostle, Texas, and the field was sprayed four times. Low gallonage per acre from the aerial applicator may have contributed about sunflower production in Texas, contact Dr. Calvin Trostle, extension agronomist, Lubbock, (806

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Agronomic & Test Information: Ellis County (Bardwell), TX Oilseed Hybrid Sunflower Trial, 2010  

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, College Station; Mr. Glen Moore, Ellis-Navarro Co. Extension IPM agent; Dr. Calvin Trostle, Texas Agri, and the field was sprayed four times. Low gallonage per acre from the aerial applicator may have contributed about Texas sunflower production in general, contact Dr. Calvin Trostle, extension agronomist, Lubbock

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Pbx3 is required for normal locomotion and dorsal horn development Catherine A. Rottkamp, Katherine J. Lobur, Cynthia L. Wladyka,  

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Pbx3 is required for normal locomotion and dorsal horn development Catherine A. Rottkamp, Katherine in most tissues caudal to the hindbrain resulted in progressive deficits of posture, locomotion of peripheral sensation into the spinal circuitry regulating locomotion. © 2007 Elsevier Inc. All rights

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Home Energy Management: Products & Trends Janelle LaMarche, Katherine Cheney, Kurt Roth, and Olga Sachs, Fraunhofer Center for  

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can reduce household electricity consumption by 4 to 12%, these products still face relatively lowHome Energy Management: Products & Trends Janelle LaMarche, Katherine Cheney, Kurt Roth, and Olga electric demand and consumers' electric bills. A growing number of HEM products and companies have emerged

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The slippery slope of clinical utility – from high to moderate breast cancer susceptibility genes: Katherine Nathanson, M.D.  

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November 04, 2014 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Shady Grove Room TE 406 + Add to Outlook Calendar Speaker: Katherine L. Nathanson, M.D.Associate Professor of MedicineUniversity of Pennsylvania Health System  Hosts: Laufey Amundadottir, Ph.D., Investigator and

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PACER: Proportional Detection of Data Races Michael D. Bond Katherine E. Coons Kathryn S. McKinley  

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PACER: Proportional Detection of Data Races Michael D. Bond Katherine E. Coons Kathryn S. Mc,coonske,mckinley}@cs.utexas.edu Abstract Data races indicate serious concurrency bugs such as order, atom- icity, and sequential consistency violations. Races are difficult to find and fix, often manifesting only after deployment. The fre

Qin, Feng

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Interactions of wind-transported snow with a rift in the Ross Ice Shelf, Katherine C. Leonard,1  

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] suggested that sudden ice shelf collapse similar to the 2002 disintegration of Larsen B may have beenInteractions of wind-transported snow with a rift in the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica Katherine C Ice Shelf captures all wind-transported snow traveling in saltation and a substantial fraction

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Caltech Library / Katherine Johnson 1 8/28/2013 JavaScript Documentation for .include Pages in CODA Repositories  

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Caltech Library / Katherine Johnson 1 8/28/2013 JavaScript Documentation for .include Pages in CODA://library.caltech.edu/coda/caltechauthors-shelf- javasample.html javascript" src="http://thesis.library.caltech.edu of the script following the "id=". CaltechAUTHORS: CaltechAUTHORS person-az javascript" src

Koch, Christof

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ISL Office Resources Aponte-Jolly, M., Castillo, J. N., Crough, S., Edgell, H., Edgell, Z., Ellis, Z., Esquivel, K., &  

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., Ellis, Z., Esquivel, K., & Hernandez, F. et al. (2008). G. Wilentz (Ed.), Memories, dreams, and nightmares: A short story anthology by Belizean women writers (2 ed., Vol. 2). Benque Viejo del Carmen

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Assessing Occupational Exposure in Nail Salons Margaret Back, Katherine Chin, Morgan Dashko, Alisa Feinswog, Aliza Heeren, Tasneem Islam, Benjamin Krause, Molly Pearlman, Maia Rodriguez-Semp, Madeline Rosenberg, Emily Scharf, Shanlai Shangguan, Emily Weis  

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Assessing Occupational Exposure in Nail Salons Margaret Back, Katherine Chin, Morgan Dashko, Alisa, James Stewart, Laura Goldin, Brett Aronson Conclusions Introduction The nail salon industry has become

Fraden, Seth

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Martin Polynomial Miscellanea Jo Ellis-Monaghan 08/16/00 page 13 [B] A. BOUCHET, Tutte-Martin Polynomials and Orienting Vectors of  

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Martin Polynomial Miscellanea Jo Ellis-Monaghan 08/16/00 page 13 References [B] A. BOUCHET, Tutte-Martin. ELLIS-MONAGHAN, New Results for the Martin Polynomial, Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series B, 74 algebraic properties, with applications to the Martin polynomial, Dissertation, University of North Carolina

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

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. / Whitestone, J. Potts, J. Williams, W. Colles, / W. Wilson, R. Moncrieffe, C. Jenkin, G. / Burnet, T. Walker, W. Gilbert, L. L. / Fiin, J. Exshaw, L. White, J. Beatty, / and B. Watson. / MDCCLXXIX. 8 ELLIS CATALOGUE 8vo (21.3 X 12.9 cm). Pp. [20], i..., Reginald Hennessey, John Nugent, Robert L. Quin- sey and John Siedzik. For effective assistance under my own supervision I thank Donna Fitzroy, John William Hardy, Anne (Kyle) Kartogian, Charles Myles, and Kenneth Shields. E. Raymond Hall, Harrison B...

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1972-01-01

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

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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

Porterfield, Katherine A.; Lindhout, Amanda

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Wang, H., & Ellis, E.C. (2005). Image misregistration error in change measurements. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing,  

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resolution Ikonos imagery of rural China and 0.3 m resolu- tion aerial photographs of suburban United States them, such as deforestation, carbon sequestration, and biodiversity loss (Switzer, 1975; Townshend et Wang and Erle C. Ellis change estimates and the degradation of accuracy per unit of misregistration

Ellis, Erle C.

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Florida Master Beekeeper Program Requirements1 James Ellis, Jerry Hayes, Catherine Zettel Nalen, William H. Kern, Ray Zerba, Brad Burbaugh,  

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ENY155 Florida Master Beekeeper Program Requirements1 James Ellis, Jerry Hayes, Catherine Zettel/IFAS Extension. Requirements and General Information (MBP Manual) The Master Beekeeper Program (MBP) is a five-year (minimum) beekeeper training and certification program provided by the University of Florida. One must

Jawitz, James W.

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

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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

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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

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STYLIZATION OF PITCH WITH SYLLABLE-BASED LINEAR SEGMENTS Suman Ravuri and Daniel P.W. Ellis  

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STYLIZATION OF PITCH WITH SYLLABLE-BASED LINEAR SEGMENTS Suman Ravuri and Daniel P.W. Ellis Lab@eecs.berkeley.edu, dpwe@ee.columbia.edu ABSTRACT Fundamental frequency contours for speech, as obtained by common pitch- icance for listeners. In our experiments, a radically reduced pitch contour consisting of a single linear

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Aliens at Ellis Island, still imageSite: DNA Interactive (www.dnai.org)  

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DNAi location: Chronicle>Threat of the Unfit>threats ugenicists were concerned about the hundreds of thousands of southern and eastern Europeans who were entering the country each year through the U.S. immigration facility at Ellis Island, New York. Eugenics Record Office Superintendent Harry Laughlin provided a scientific rationale for growing anti-immigration sentiments in American society. In three Congressional testimonies, he presented data that purported to show that southern and eastern European countries were "exporting" genetic defectives to the United States who had disproportionately high rates of mental illness, crime, and social dependency. The resulting Immigration Restriction Act of 1924 reduced southern and eastern European immigrants to less than 15,000 per year.

2008-10-06

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

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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

Gaascht, François; Dicato, Mario; Diederich, Marc

2013-01-01

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

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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.

Novikov, I. D., E-mail: novikov@asc.rssi.ru; Shatskiy, A. A., E-mail: shatskiy@asc.rssi.ru [Russian Academy of Sciences, Astrospace Center, Lebedev Physical Institute (Russian Federation)

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

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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.

Polymeropoulos, M.H.; Ide, S.E. [National Institute of Health, Bethesda, MD (United States)] [National Institute of Health, Bethesda, MD (United States); Wright, M. [Univ. of Newcastle Upon Tyne (United Kingdom)] [and others] [Univ. of Newcastle Upon Tyne (United Kingdom); and others

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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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as a function of age. As a model system for studying aging, Drosophila is attractive for a number of reasonsExamining the Proteome of Drosophila Across Organism Lifespan Rena~ A. Sowell, Katherine E University, Bloomington, Indiana 47405 Received April 20, 2007 A survey of the proteome of Drosophila

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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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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, operating conditions, and electrical ratings. An SPU includes a photovoltaic panel, power converter, control

Liberzon, Daniel

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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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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…

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

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Nutritional and environmental factors affecting germination, growth, and sporulation of Pithomyces chartarum (Berk. & Curt.) M. B. Ellis  

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NUTRITIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AFFECTING GERMINATION, GROHTH, AND SPORULATION OF e c' c c ~ PITHOMYCES CHARTARUM (BERK. & CURT. ) M. B. ELLIS A Thesis by LARRY LEE WHITLOCK Submitted to the Graduate College of Texas A&M University... in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE December 1972 Major Subject: Microbiology NUTRITIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AFFECTING GERMINATION, GROWTH, AND SPORULATION OF PITHOMYCES CHARTARUM (BERK. & CURT. ) M, B...

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1972-01-01

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Theoretical analysis of dip-coating of uniformly wetting and chemically micropatterned surfaces with an Ellis fluid.  

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Dip-coating of a chemically micropatterned surface is an important technique for selective material deposition in a confined region for various applications. An analysis of the dip-coating of a micropatterned surface with a pure Newtonian liquid was performed by Davis (Phys. Fluids 17, 03852 (2005)). In this study, the analysis of dip-coating of the heterogeneous substrate is extended to the deposition of an Ellis Fluid. Governing equations are derived using lubrication theory to determine the thickness of a liquid film deposited on the O(10 ?m) stripe at small capillary number. A uniformly wetting surface is also considered using a consistent treatment of the governing equations for comparison. The effect of the Ellis model parameters on the thickness of the entrained liquid film is found to be much less for the micropatterned surfaces because of the dominant effect of the lateral fluid confinement due to heterogeneous wettability. This confinement imposes a geometric length scale in case of the patterned surface that replaces the dynamic capillary length used for the analysis of the dip-coating of a uniform surface. A composite equation is further developed for the Ellis fluid to include the effect of gravity on the dip-coated film thickness on both types of surfaces. The film thinning due to gravity drainage is found to be negligible for the case of patterned substrate. PMID:25500947

Tiwari, Naveen

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

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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

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

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Epigenetic deregulation of Ellis Van Creveld confers robust Hedgehog signaling in adult T-cell leukemia.  

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One of the hallmarks of cancer, global gene expression alteration, is closely associated with the development and malignant characteristics associated with adult T-cell leukemia (ATL) as well as other cancers. Here, we show that aberrant overexpression of the Ellis Van Creveld (EVC) family is responsible for cellular Hedgehog (HH) activation, which provides the pro-survival ability of ATL cells. Using microarray, quantitative RT-PCR and immunohistochemistry we have demonstrated that EVC is significantly upregulated in ATL and human T-cell leukemia virus type I (HTLV-1)-infected cells. Epigenetic marks, including histone H3 acetylation and Lys4 trimethylation, are specifically accumulated at the EVC locus in ATL samples. The HTLV-1 Tax participates in the coordination of EVC expression in an epigenetic fashion. The treatment of shRNA targeting EVC, as well as the transcription factors for HH signaling, diminishes the HH activation and leads to apoptotic death in ATL cell lines. We also showed that a HH signaling inhibitor, GANT61, induces strong apoptosis in the established ATL cell lines and patient-derived primary ATL cells. Therefore, our data indicate that HH activation is involved in the regulation of leukemic cell survival. The epigenetically deregulated EVC appears to play an important role for HH activation. The possible use of EVC as a specific cell marker and a novel drug target for HTLV-1-infected T-cells is implicated by these findings. The HH inhibitors are suggested as drug candidates for ATL therapy. Our findings also suggest chromatin rearrangement associated with active histone markers in ATL. PMID:24996003

Takahashi, Ryutaro; Yamagishi, Makoto; Nakano, Kazumi; Yamochi, Toshiko; Yamochi, Tadanori; Fujikawa, Dai; Nakashima, Makoto; Tanaka, Yuetsu; Uchimaru, Kaoru; Utsunomiya, Atae; Watanabe, Toshiki

2014-09-01

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

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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

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My-NR: Coumadin Monitoring and Dosing System Kyle Andrews, Lauren Ellis, Yong Ha Jung, Dan Lawler, Victor Nunez, Jay Rockwell  

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My-NR: Coumadin Monitoring and Dosing System Kyle Andrews, Lauren Ellis of care device, conduc6ng a PT test at the doctor's office, or scheduling a nurse to make an at-home visit. Many pa6ents taking warfarin are elderly

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Join Mike and Ellie -two teenagers who get caught up in an exciting cryptographic adventure. Solve the codes to track down the Turing Treasure!  

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://www.maths.manchester.ac.uk/cryptography_competition_2012/rules.php The prizes are sponsored by Skyscanner: www.skyscanner.net The caricature of Alan Turing are sponsored by Skyscanner: www.skyscanner.net The caricature of Alan Turing is copyright 2011 of Charles F the codes to track down the Turing Treasure! Join Mike and Ellie - two teenagers who get caught up

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Martin Polynomial Miscellanea Jo EllisMonaghan 08/16/00 page 13 [B] A. BOUCHET, TutteMartin Polynomials and Orienting Vectors of  

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Martin Polynomial Miscellanea Jo Ellis­Monaghan 08/16/00 page 13 References [B] A. BOUCHET, Tutte­Martin. ELLIS­MONAGHAN, New Results for the Martin Polynomial, Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series B, 74 algebraic properties, with applications to the Martin polynomial, Dissertation, University of North Carolina

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Should I Use Pesticides to Protect My Ash Trees From Emerald Ash Borer? Dr. Cliff Sadof and Jodie Ellis, Purdue Department of Entomology  

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Should I Use Pesticides to Protect My Ash Trees From Emerald Ash Borer? Dr. Cliff Sadof and Jodie Ellis, Purdue Department of Entomology The use of pesticides approved as preventatives for emerald ash borer (EAB) in Indiana is certainly an option for homeowners in Indiana who wish to protect their ash

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

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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

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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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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.

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97:377-383, 2004. doi:10.1152/japplphysiol.01235.2001J Appl Physiol Kevin Kit Parker, James A. Lavelle, L. Katherine Taylor, Zifa Wang and David E.  

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97:377-383, 2004. doi:10.1152/japplphysiol.01235.2001J Appl Physiol Hansen Kevin Kit Parker, James and reperfusion Kevin Kit Parker,1 James A. Lavelle,2 L. Katherine Taylor,2 Zifa Wang,2 and David E. Hansen2 1 PhysiologyaboutAdditional material and information http://www.the-aps.org/publications/jappl This information

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Lutte biologique contre Deightoniella torulosa (Syd.) Ellis, par l’application des huiles essentielles d’ Eucalyptus platyphylla F. Muell. et de Melaleuca quinquenervia L  

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Résumé  La présente étude a été conduite dans le but de déterminer et de comparer l’activité antifongique de deux huiles essentielles\\u000a issues de Melaleuca quinquenervia L. et Eucalyptus platyphylla F. Muell. à celle de deux fongicides de synthèse (le tébuconazole et la spiroxamine) sur Deightoniella torulosa (Syd.) Ellis, un champignon de la phyllosphère des bananiers et bananiers plantains cultivés en Côte-d’Ivoire.

B. Camara; E. Dick; A. Sako; D. Kone; C. Kanko; M.-A.-D. Boye; S. Ake; A. Anno

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study abroad Katherine Wegman  

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is one of the most rewarding and life- changing additions you can make to your undergraduate education Botswana Gaborone Brazil Rio de Janeiro Chile Santiago China Beijing, Kunming, Nanjing, Shanghai Costa Rica Programs meet with students to incorporate international education opportunities into their programs

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John Nachbar Katherine Nachbar  

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're ill-informed and don't get out enough, we already know. The guide does have one virtue: it is written-informed guide written by people who don't get out enough. You don't need to write to us to tell us that we it simple: get the Margherita. The pizza has a shelf life of maybe 10 minutes

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Thank You, Miss Katherine  

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Richmond Ballet's Mind in Motion program offers selected students an opportunity to take group dance lessons during 4th grade. Time taken away from academic instruction did not have a negative effect on standardized test scores and students reported feelings of greater success in school, more focus on school work, and greater ability to work with…

Compton, Cynthia

2008-01-01

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

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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.

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

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The effect of various media and hormones via suspension culture on secondary metabolic activities of (Cape Jasmine) Gardenia jasminoides Ellis.  

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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

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

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

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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.Molecular Psychiatry advance online publication, 14 October 2014; doi:10.1038/mp.2014.118. PMID:25311364

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

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

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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

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

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Ellis, E.C., Wang, H., Xiao, H.S., Peng, K., Liu, X.P., Li, S.C., Ouyang, H., Cheng, X., & Yang, L.Z. (2006). Measuring long-term ecological  

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a,*, Hongqing Wang a,1 , Hong Sheng Xiao b , Kui Peng c , Xin Ping Liu d , Shou Cheng Li e , HuaCitation: Ellis, E.C., Wang, H., Xiao, H.S., Peng, K., Liu, X.P., Li, S.C., Ouyang, H., Cheng, X Ouyang c , Xu Cheng f , Lin Zhang Yang g a Department of Geography and Environmental Systems, 1000

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2006-01-01

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Reaction to the Special Section on Supervision Research: Comment on Ellis et al (1996); Ladany et al (1996); Neufeldt et al (1996); and Worthen and McNeill (1996).  

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Both the postpositivistic (Ellis, Ladany, Krengel, and Schult, 1996; Ladany, Hill, Corbett, and Nutt, 1996) and interpretive (Neufeldt, Karno, and Nelson, 1996; Worthen and McNeill, 1996) studies in this special section on supervision research are reviewed from the perspective of rigor and relevancy to the critical questions facing educators and…

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Located between Snyder Hill Road and Ellis Hollow Road, this precinct is at the periphery of the main campus and is home to the research facilities used by the College of Veterinary  

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205 Located between Snyder Hill Road and Ellis Hollow Road, this precinct is at the periphery a defined spine running north to south along Hungerford road. The Baker Laboratory and its support buildings character of the precinct. Southeast Campus Precinct 3.12 #12;206 PART 2 ­ LANDSCAPE DESIGN GUIDELINES

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Research Statement Ellie Grano  

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discuss an evaluation algorithm called the "jellyfish algorithm" discovered by Bigelow during his work the opportunities for undergraduate research in this area in Section 8. 4 The Jellyfish Algorithm Arising from

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CURRICULUM VITAE Mary Katherine Wicksten  

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, Southern California Academy of Sciences, Underwater Photographic Society. National Fellow, Explorers Club of Sciences, Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, U.S. Museum of Natural History (Smithsonian Association for the Advancement of Science, Biological Society of Washington, Crustacean Society, Sigma Xi

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Professional Sketches Katherine West Myers  

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modeling research in cooperation with other scientists in Canada, Japan, Korea, Russia, and the United States. Ongoing research grants and projects include North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission (NPAFC in the Bering Sea and Adjacent Waters, Oct 30-31, 2004, Sapporo, Japan. NPAFC Tech. Rep. 6. Helle, J.H., K

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Peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor activating hypoglycemic effect of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis aqueous extract and improvement of insulin sensitivity in steroid induced insulin resistant rats  

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Background The active components of Gardenia (Gardenia jasminoides Ellis, GJ) exhibit a hypoglycemic effect by improving insulin secretion and lowering plasma lipids. In the present study, we fed a water extract of gardenia to steroid-induced insulin-resistant (SIIR) rats and observed changes in signaling proteins in order to elucidate the mechanisms of the insulin-sensitizing effect of GJ and evaluate its possibility as an insulin-sensitizing agent. Methods Normal Wistar rats were randomly divided into a control group (i.e., saline) and experimental groups (GJ 100 and 200 mg/kg). Blood samples were taken at 0, 30, and 60 min for plasma glucose assay in order to determine the optimal dose to induce the hypoglycemic effect. SIIR rats were then randomly divided into a control group (i.e., saline) and an experimental group (optimal dose of gardenia extract) to observe the insulin-sensitizing effect of the extract. Finally, western blot analysis was performed to detect intracellular signaling proteins to elucidate the mechanisms of the insulin-sensitization effect of GJ. Results The normal Wistar rats in the GJ 200 mg/kg group exhibited significant hypoglycemic activity. Meanwhile, the SIIR rats had higher plasma glucose levels than normal rats. There was no obvious change in insulin level, but the insulin sensitivity index and homeostasis model assessment index were significantly elevated. Meanwhile, a significant hypoglycemic effect was observed with GJ 200 mg/kg. In addition, intracellular signaling proteins including insulin receptor substrate-1 (IRS-1) and peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor (PPAR?) were elevated in muscle cells. Conclusions The optimal dose of GJ aqueous extract of 200 mg/kg exerts a PPAR?-activating hypoglycemic effect and improves insulin resistance in SIIR rats. Therefore, it is a potential insulin-sensitizing agent in type 2 diabetes mellitus with insulin resistance. PMID:24438349

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Ellis Track -Contractor License Hy-Tek's MEET MANAGER 9:21 PM 3/7/2013 Page 1 2013 CIS Track & Field Championships -3/7/2013 to 3/9/2013  

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Zimmer Calgary 7.64 7.58Q 1 4 367 Jalicia Clarke Windsor 7.60 7.66Q 2 5 363 Brenna Thomson Western 7.66 7.64 4 6 42 Jenn Zimmer Calgary 7.58 7.64 3 7 312 Liza Whitehead Trinity Western 7.66 7.66 2 8 367 Rachel Francois Victoria 1:30.01 1:31.71q 2 4 314 Grace Annear Victoria 1:32.41 1:31.81q 1 #12;Ellis

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Justin Ellis March 9, 2007  

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for the production of produce and ornamentals. Such gardens have played an important role in western culture since-profit organizations 1 #12;and government entities have played a critical role in facilitating more permanent land. SUBSTANTIAL ECONOMIC BENEFITS BY CONSERVING FOOD DOLLARS Several studies have attempted to assess

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Ellis-Van Creveld Dysplasia  

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

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Richard Ellis (Caltech) Cosmic Dawn  

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! looking deep means looking back in time... #12;An Observational Adventure Starring.. - the two Keck 10-500 million years after the Big Bang - when the Universe was only 3% of its present age. Some of these stars after creation representing the time when hydrogen atoms form for the first time Universe then enters

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NONSYMMETRIC SCHUR FUNCTIONS Sarah Katherine Mason  

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on my dreams. I want to thank my whole family and my best friend Shelene Hurst for their belief in me Ã? n - 1 rectangle. We also describe a non-recursive combinatorial interpretation of the standard bases

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The INCITE Process Katherine M. Riley  

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and efficiency of wind turbines to improve their performance ¤ Manage uncertainty in the renewable energy supply and power of electric vehicles ¤ Gain a physics-based understanding of factors that affect jet engine noise

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Katherine Diggs Director of Business Management  

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, communication, motivation and conflict management ·Change leadership NO OThER LAW FIRM MANAGEMENT MASTERKatherine Diggs Director of Business Management Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP New York City, NY The George Washington University Master of Professional Studies and Certificate in Law Firm Management

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PROFESSIONAL VITAE KATHERINE (KIT) E. MUMA  

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revisions to Primary Human Anatomy course for Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy majors. Involved course in Fundamentals of Biology for Physical and Occupational Therapy majors. This included coordinated and Occupational Therapy majors. This included a lab component. 1993 Revised lab manual for Fundamentals of Biology

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Opening Address1 Katherine Anderton2  

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and inspiration. We are motivated by the majestic beauty and peace of the ancient, tallest of all living trees policies that accommodate and resolve competing values. The existence of the ancient redwood forest by leading scientists who recognized the unparalleled nature of the ancient redwood forest and the undisputed

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Obituary: Elizabeth Katherine Holmes, 1973-2004  

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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

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THE HONOR SOCIETY PHI KAPPA PHI  

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THE HONOR SOCIETY OF PHI KAPPA PHI Univ. of Maryland Chapter 22CP President: Greig Stewart Vice President: Cathy Barks Treasurer: Katherine Pedro Beardsley Secretary: Robert Infantino National Liaison and Rachel Ellis http://www.phikappaphi. umd.edu/ For more information, contact: Greig Stewart Turlington

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L'intrusion des prisons prives dans le monde carcral franais : le programme 13000  

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1 L'intrusion des prisons privées dans le monde carcéral français : le programme 13000 Madeleine exception. Des acteurs influents de la société civile sont entrés dans les prisons. Pendant plusieurs mois solutions. Pour éclairer, ne serait-ce que partiellement, la nature des rapports entre prisons et sociétés

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L’arbitraj, expresion de la justice privee par raport a la justice etatique  

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Arbitrajul se considera a fi o institutie apartinând dreptului privat, mai bine spus o procedura speciala si derogatorie de la dreptul comun în materie, reprezentând o exceptie de la plenitudinea de competenta a instantelor judecatoresti. Institutia arbitrajului nu va duce la înlaturarea justitiei etatice, întrucât cele doua forme de justitie, completându-se reciproc, complinesc la realizarea aceluiasi rezultat, respectiv respectarea legii

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Protection de la vie prive base sur des ontologies dans un systme Android  

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1 Protection de la vie privée basée sur des ontologies dans un système Android Johann Vincent.dubin@ecole.ensicaen.fr, christine.porquet@ensicaen.fr Résumé--Le système Android équipe aujourd'hui plus de la moitié des géolocalisation. Cet article présente une solution de protection de la vie privée intégrée au système Android

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CONTACT: Katherine Nielsen, 415-502-5137, katherine.nielsen@ucsf.edu FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  

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for the jobs of the 21st Century," said Ed Lee, San Francisco Mayor. SFUSD.nielsen@ucsf.edu FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SAN FRANCISCO SELECTED AS FINALIST IN THE US2020 CITY For Underrepresented Students November 12, 2013 ­ US2020 announced the first round finalists

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A FACULTY RECITAL Laura Ellis, carillonneur  

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. Recent UF graduate, Lee Cobb, has become very active within the Guild of Carillonneurs in North America university carillons in the United States. There are fewer than 200 carillons in all of North America. Milford Myhre Poor Wayfaring Stranger Go ´Way From My Window All the Pretty Little Horses Shenandoah

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

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, Supervisor Calvin Lin, Supervisor #12;Jack Rabbit An Effective Cell BE Programming System for High.S.C.S. The University of Texas at Austin, 2011 Supervisors: Donald S. Fussell Calvin Lin The Cell processor. Cell's design is simple and causes software complexity to go up in the areas of achieving low threading

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Les normes sociales prives : De l'engagement volontaire la contrainte ? Patrice REIS, Matre de confrences en droit priv, HDR  

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. REIS, Commerce international, clause sociale et développement durable, in « Le commerce international commerce international2 . Ce débat a ainsi justifié la création au sein de l'Organisation Mondiale du Commerce d'un comité commerce et environnement. Pourtant, la notion de développement durable vise un

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Directive 2600-004 Page 1 Directive acquisition de fonds et de collections d'archives prives  

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Directive 2600-004 Page 1 Directive acquisition de fonds et de collections d'archives privées TITRE : Directive relative à l'acquisition de fonds et de collections d'archives privées ADOPTION : Comité de.........................................................................................................2 1.1 Archives

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The Tate Pairing via Elliptic Nets Katherine E. Stange  

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-based cryptography. 1 Introduction The use of pairings in elliptic curve cryptography was originally suggested Abstract. We derive a new algorithm for computing the Tate pairing on an elliptic curve over a finite field is associated to an elliptic curve and reflects its group structure. Then we give a formula for the Tate pairing

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The Tate Pairing via Elliptic Nets Katherine E. Stange  

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­based cryptography. 1 Introduction The use of pairings in elliptic curve cryptography was originally suggested Abstract. We derive a new algorithm for computing the Tate pairing on an elliptic curve over a finite field is associated to an elliptic curve and reflects its group structure. Then we give a formula for the Tate pairing

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Confirmed Speakers Katherine Chon has been newly appointed  

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on trafficking at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Chon is also the co-founder of Polaris Project and has won numerous awards for her work in the field of human trafficking. Maurice Middleberg professor of law at Georgia State University. His research focuses on human trafficking, including a project

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Track Placement: Orchestrating Routing Structures to Maximize Routability Katherine Compton  

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of FPGA architectures, particularly as subsystems for SoC designs [Compton02]. #12;3 GPR RAM RAM GPR MULT GPR ALU ALU GPR GPR RAM ALU GPR GPR RAM RAM GPR MULT GPR ALU ALU GPR GPR RAM ALU GPR Figure 1: Two

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SCHOLARSHIP Dr. Katherine Camacho Carr Appointed to National Advisory  

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--particularly in public health and primary care. "I was honored to be selected for the NACNEP. My first goal is to learn Development Alliance Survive and Thrive: Professional Associations, Private Sector and Global Health Scholars of Health & Human Services In 2013, Kathleen Sebelius, United States Secretary of Health & Human Services

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Katherine Renee Fister Department of Mathematics and Statistics  

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Services Fabulous Faculty Award, 1997. · Outstanding National Collegiate Teacher, 2002. · MSU Presidential-Prey System, July 2000 - June 2001.($1600) 5. Co-PI for AWM Sonia Kovalevsky Day Workshops for Female High-Structured Populations, July 2001 - June 2002.($1700) 8. MSU CISR Presidential Research Grant, Optimal Control Techniques

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Katherine Adams Oregon State University phone: (541) 737-2293  

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, NE Pacific Conducted inlab testing of chemical and optical oxygen sensors. Piloting shift: 24 hr and deployment cruises from the R.V. Elakha. Conducted field and lab calibration tests for CTD, oxygen sensor and dissolved oxygen across central Oregon's coastal ocean. AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting 2012. K. Adams, J

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Perturbation dynamics of a planktonic ecosystem Katherine Healey1  

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in the surface waters of the oceans, and phytoplankton fix some of this CO2 through photosynthesis, transforming years). This process is known as the "biological pump", and enhances the ocean's ability to store carbon), the lack of which is limiting to photosynthesis, are available and not drawn down to limiting

Monahan, Adam Hugh

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CURRICULUM VITAE KATHERINE J. AUCOIN, PH.D.  

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"The Role of Emotion in the Aggressive Behavior of Juvenile Offenders" o Committee: Paul J. Frick Ph diagnostic status and treatment plan Providing psychosocial interviews with parents/guardians of children ages 0-17, as well as administering parent-child interaction assessment to determine diagnostic status

Li, X. Rong

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The George R. Brown School of Engineering Katherine B. Ensor  

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David W. Scott Robin Sickles (joint appointment: Economics) James R. Thompson Edward E. Williams (joint to concentrate on theoretical or applied training, or they may link their studies in statistics to work in other, computational and applied mathematics, managerial studies, mathematics, political science, and psychology

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The George R. Brown School of Engineering Katherine B. Ensor  

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Sickles James R. Thompson Edward E. Williams Rick K. Wilson Professors Emeriti John W. Brelsford Paul to concentrate on theoretical or applied training, or they may link their studies in statistics to work in other, computational and applied mathematics, managerial studies, political science, and psychology). Graduate study

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The George R. Brown School of Engineering Katherine B. Ensor  

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David W. Scott Robin Sickles (joint appointment: Economics) James R. Thompson Edward E. Williams (joint or applied training, or they may link their studies in statistics to work in other related departments (see mathematics, managerial studies, mathematics, political science, and psychology). Graduate study has

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The sensual Apollonian circle packing KATHERINE E. STANGE  

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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

Stange, Katherine E.

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Compressive tibiofemoral force during crouch gait Katherine M. Steele a  

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walking pattern adopted by individuals with cerebral palsy that is characterized by excessive hip and knee to walking deterioration in adults with cerebral palsy. Jahnsen et al. [8] found that 41% of adults with diplegic cerebral palsy reported significant knee pain. To develop successful treatment strategies

Delp, Scott

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Katherine Conrad (415) 2888411  

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served on the editorial board for the Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery. He is certified., October 5, 2011 ­­ Robert C. Robbins, M.D., chairman of the department of cardiothoracic surgery at the Stanford University School of Medicine and director of the Stanford Cardiovascular Institute, has been

Ford, James

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ASSESSING FAILURE IN BANKRUPTCY Visiting Associate Professor Katherine Porter  

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of whether they are exempt under law, in return for paying their "disposable income" to their unsecured income). 4 11 U.S.C. § 1325(b)(1)(B), and (b)(2) and (3) (defining disposable income). 5 It appears that the debtor have "regular" income. For this reason, chapter 13 is often called "wage-earner" bankruptcy

Kammen, Daniel M.

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The Needles-In-Haystack Problem Katherine Moreland1  

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of the fatigue process, military helicopters continuously carry out various measurements and record them: Logic, Classification, Feature Selection 1 Introduction In helicopters, the shaking induced by the main and tail rotors causes fatigue and ultimately failure of critical components. To aid the analysis

Truemper, Klaus

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

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that the nap does not have a stellar reputation. After all, who naps? Children, old people, George Costanza perception of the daytime rest-break In her new book "Take a Nap! Change Your Life" (Workman, $12.95), she explains how regular napping can * Alleviate stress * Boost creativity * Strengthen memory. Naps, she

Mednick, Sara C.

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Boronate-Mediated Biologic Delivery Gregory A. Ellis,,  

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reasoned that benzoxaborole could be an ideal boronate for drug delivery. We used 1 H NMR spectroscopy to evaluate directly the affinity of PBA and benzoxaborole for fructose, glucose, and N-acetylneuraminic acid in the Supporting Information).13a,c,15 We found that benzoxaborole has a greater affinity than PBA for each

Raines, Ronald T.

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Oxygen sensitive microwells Elly Sinkala and David T. Eddington*  

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have been exploited in many systems. In stem cell culture, microwells are an important tool to monitor but is often overlooked in cell culture. One reason for this is the difficulty in modulating and assessing in order to isolate uniform clusters of cells in microwells. The depth and width of the microwells can

Eddington, David T.

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Genetics Home Reference: Ellis-van Creveld syndrome  

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... genes are thought to help regulate the Sonic Hedgehog signaling pathway. This pathway plays roles in cell ... condition. Studies suggest that they prevent normal Sonic Hedgehog signaling in the developing embryo, disrupting the formation ...

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

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off. 2. Correction of deficiency of phosphoric acid soil, if there is a deficiency, by proper use of phospha fertilizer. 3. Correction for acidity of the soils, if there acidity injurious to the crops being grown, by use of limestone or lime...%oshiyton, up/and d B~azos, bottom /and E//s, bottom land - Woshinsfon, hiboft om land /201 /A 0 204- Corn possibif;~ Figure 2-Corn possibility in bushels per acre of the active phosphoric acM, total nitrogen, and active potash in average soils...

Fraps, G. S. (George Stronach)

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Activity rhythm of an electric fish, Gymnorhamphichthys hypostomus , ellis  

Microsoft Academic Search

1.The gymnotid, Gymnorhamphichthys hypostomus, (sandfish) exhibits in nature well marked activity cycles which are accompanied by substantial changes in the frequency of discharges from its electric organ.2.During the day the sandfish is buried in the sand and the discharge frequency is low (10 to 15\\/sec): at night the fish is freely swimming and the frequency is high (65 to 100\\/sec).3.The

Hans W. Lissmann; Horst O. Schwassmann

1965-01-01

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Helical circulations in the typhoon boundary layer Ryan Ellis1  

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., 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

Businger, Steven

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Bored of Studies -www.boredofstudies.org Ellie Lugsdin  

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six properties a fuel should have: · Maximum work per unit mass on combustion · Gaseous combustion, it was this that compelled him to undergo work on the theory of rocket flight. On March 28th 1883, he demonstrated the very first principles of reaction engines by experimenting with opening a cask full of compressed gas

Ramsak, Anton

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F A C U L T Y L. Scott Ellis  

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of science and technology in today's world. Research interests include such topics as neurobiology, molecular are common events. Science faculty encourage students to participate in research projects, where more Alpha (Agricultural Science). The American Medical Student Association, Pre-Veterinary Club, American

Gering, Jon C.

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Beyond Ellis Island: Hispanics--Immigrants and Americans.  

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This document, divided into five chapters, describes and analyzes the role of Hispanics in American history. Chapter 1 presents an historical overview of Hispanic immigration to the United States, focusing separately on four groups: Mexicans, Puerto Ricans, Cubans, and other Hispanics. Chapter 2 discusses the contributions of Hispanic immigrants…

National Council of La Raza, Washington, DC.

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

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, in which more than 10 times as many people were killed. The Fukushima accident resulted in no fatalities from the explosions and initial radiation release. A recently published World Health Organization (WHO for those most nearest the plant in a region much smaller than the Fukushima prefecture. They note

Elliott, John

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Katherine A. Allen contact Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences, Columbia University office: 845-365-8668  

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-2012 Tropical lake sediment: field collection and geochemistry Lake Tanganyika, Tanzania June-July 2006/Ca) Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science, 2nd edition. Allen, K., 2008. Geochemistry of Lake Tanganyika Sediment

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

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. Currently, glucose detection is mostly limited to in vitro test of blood samples, although it is more meaningful to per- form in vivo test by implantable sensing devices for contin- ued monitoring of blood% in ethanol with 5% water . Then 3% glucose oxidase in acetic chloride 50 mM buffer pH of 5.1 5% glycerol, 5

Mohanty, Raj

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Kaytetye coronal contrasts without Susan Lin, Benjamin Davies, and Katherine Demuth  

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Macquarie University Two of the benefits of articulatory research using ultrasound technology are (a-way coronal place contrast ­ dental, alveolar, palatal, and retroflex ­ in oral stops, nasal stops, pre between the dental stop /t/ and the alveolar stop /t/. Ultrasound video was collected from seven female

Edinburgh, University of

182

The homeless one home again: a Texas bibliography of Katherine Anne Porter  

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. PORTER & PAUL& SR POSEY, CORA ~ ~ . . . . ~ PRESSLY, GENE RANSOM, HARRY REYNOLDS, HARRIET DICKSON RIEDEL& MILDRED . ~ SCHMUCKER, WALTER& JR. SCHWAB, CHARLES, J . SMITH, MARGERY FRERE ~ ~ STALLING, DONALD ~ ~ ~ . ~ STEWART, OGDEN . . . . ~ ~ 1...

Wade, Sally Dee

1983-01-01

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HUBERT H. HUMPHREY Katherine Fennelly, Concentration Head SCHOOL OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS Humphrey Center, Room 261  

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Center, Room 261 UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA fenne007@umn.edu 612-625-6685 HUMAN RIGHTS 2011-12 CONCENTRATION the following differences between the two: Graduate Minor in Human Rights Must be declared through the Human of the idea of human rights and the basic human rights treaties and declarations. The class looks at cases

Levinson, David M.

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

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interpret a sine wave representation of sound as representing a transverse wave.3 On the other hand, students may interpret a picture of compressed and rarefied air particles as a longitudinal wave, and subsequently use this idea to reinterpret the sine wave as also representing a longitudinal wave. Thus

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Katherine R. Zodrow Yale University, Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering  

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-silver, nano-magnetite, and fullerenes · Characterized membranes and assessed their biofouling and virus. Tousley, M. Elimelech. Mitigating Biofouling on Thin-Film Composite Polyamide Membranes Using a Controlled Copper Nanoparticles to Thin-Film Composite Membranes. Submitted to Environmental Science and Technology

Elimelech, Menachem

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By Elisabeth Schlegel, Jessica Louton, Natasha Mehdiabadi, and Ted Schultz Illustrated by Katherine Arisumi  

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they are and how ant species evolved from ants that lived with the dinosaurs. Dr. Addison Acacia studies are you putting your antennae on me? Amy Ant: Ants use chemicals and scent (pheromones) to communicate

Mathis, Wayne N.

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

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of linearity. I. INTRODUCTION Variable valve timing (VVT) can significantly improve the performance of the internal combustion engine by de- coupling the engine valve timing from other engine events continuously variable lift, duration, and phasing of the valves. Unfortunately, the EVA suffers from large

Stefanopoulou, Anna

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First Mysore-Park Workshop on Cloud Computing Scribe notes by Katherine E. Coons  

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: Virtualization: The good, the bad, and the ugly . . . . . . . . . 22 6.2 Prashant Shenoy: Elastic Provisioning. · Requirements for cloud services ­ The underlying system must be able to handle things like data distribution

Rajamani, Sriram K.

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Nematodes and Regulatory T Cells Katherine A Smith and Rick M Maizels  

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system unable to expel the parasites. Many of these features were recognised some years ago (Ottesen et evidence of immune down-regulation in nematode infections was first obtained in human lymphatic filariasis and onchocerciasis. In these tissue infections, adult worms lodge in lymphatic vessels or subcutaneous sites

Maizels, Rick

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

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into the cartographer’s fold as a part of the “West.” Christina Lee’s essay deals with Luis Barahona de Soto’s long poem “The Tears of Angelica” (1586). Lee notes how the poem represents Asia as a conglomerate of kingdoms, with China as its commercial-cultural ...

Palmer, Philip S.

2014-01-01

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Rendering the Electromechanical Valve Actuator Globally Asymptotically Stable Katherine S. Peterson and Anna G. Stefanopoulou*  

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

Sontag, Eduardo

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Scalable, Efficient, and Accurate Community Ice Sheet Model (SEACISM) PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Katherine J. Evans  

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as a component of the Community Earth System Model (CESM); the computation- ally-modern Glimmer-CISM could need to provide better ice sheet dynamics simu- lations in Earth system models to more accurately

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Aerosol-nutrient-induced picoplankton growth in Lake Tahoe Katherine R. M. Mackey,1,2  

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Hunter,3 Emily V. Fischer,4 Yilun Jiang,1,5 Brant Allen,3 Ying Chen,1,5 Anne Liston,3 John Reuter,3 Geoff: Mackey, K. R. M., D. Hunter, E. V. Fischer, Y. Jiang, B. Allen, Y. Chen, A. Liston, J. Reuter, G

Paytan, Adina

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K. HERTLEIN 03/12 --1 Katherine M. Hertlein, Ph.D., LMFT  

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predicting risky sexual behavior. Sex Roles. 4. Emmers-Sommer,T. M., Hertlein, K. M., & Kennedy, A. (accepted). Porn use and attitudes: An examination of relational and sexual openness variables between and within

Ahmad, Sajjad

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KATHERINE POPE kjarviss@ucdavis.edu 516 G Street, Davis, CA 95616 (530) 574-3794  

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, expected Spring 2012. PhD in Horticulture & Agronomy. Expected graduation Fall 2013. Harvard College Led Membership Team serving 400+ local governments in the Cities for Climate Protection® Campaign

DeJong, Theodore

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ODUM SCHOOL OF ECOLOGY | THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA Katherine A. Sheehan  

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................................................................................................1 II. Nutrient Loading: Nitrogen & Phosphorus................................................3 A. Effects of Nitrogen & Phosphorus in Water Bodies...............................3 B. Sources of Nitrogen & Phosphorus.......................................................4 1. Factors Affecting Levels of Phosphorus

Rosemond, Amy Daum

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

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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 ...

Smyth, Katherine Marie

2010-01-01

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"Katherine With-a-K and Little Nato": A Case Study of Culturally Responsible Pedagogy.  

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This case study, one of four, is part of a larger study, "Ethnographic Case Studies of Culturally Responsive Pedagogy (CRP) of At-Risk Students in Middle School Classrooms." The study provides relevant case literature regarding CRP for the enhancement of preservice teacher education and describes the characteristics of a multicultural classroom in…

Parscal, Jeannie N.

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Engineering geologic studies of the Austin Chalk, Taylor Marl, and Quaternary alluvium Ellis County, Texas  

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positive responses on the natural gamma log. These responses identify marly zones of lower strength, density, and carbonate content than adjacent carbonate-rich chalk beds. Individiual chalk and marl beds interpreted from the natural gamma log were... 28 Previous Work Data Base. Borehole Geophysical Methods Single-Point Resistance Logging. . Natural Gamma Logging. Engineering Tests, Carbonate Content Unconfined Compressive Strength. . 28 29 29 32 32 35 35 36 TABLE OF CONTENTS...

Westerfield, John Gayden

1989-01-01

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

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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"…

Irwin, Meryl J.

2013-01-01

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Problems of wartime and postwar farm mortgage credit in Ellis County, Texas  

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: re. i'his six ?-. , rtic li. rig :. oti sai. l in ii, s years 1949 and 1949. iris avsra, . -e eq ity for asch class of borrow. -r wi s riigi. sr in 1949 tiian in la49 ~ Thi:-, ". ay te sxplai sd h' ti, e f -ct tist credit tl 'i. teiied p c...

Puckitt, Carley Welton

1952-01-01

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Costal strip production and lorica assembly in the large tectiform choanoflagellate Diaphanoeca grandis Ellis.  

PubMed

Diaphanoeca grandis posseses a voluminous flask-shaped lorica comprising an outer layer of 12 longitudinal costae and an inner layer of four transverse costae. The cell is suspended just above the centre of the lorica chamber by tentacles that are attached to the anterior transverse ring. The component costal strips are superficially similar although four different strip categories can be distinguished on the basis of length and morphology. Costal strips are produced 'upside-down' within the parent cell and accumulated in a close-packed horizontal ring at the top of the inner surface of the collar. The order in which costal strips are produced is consistent, starting with those for the transverse rings, basal to anterior, and then the longitudinal costae, again with the posterior first and the anterior later. Cell division is of the classical tectiform variety with the juvenile cell being inverted and pushed backwards out of the parent lorica. Lorica assembly entails firstly the rotation of the anterior vertical strips so they become horizontal and then their movement backwards under the posterior layer of longitudinal strips. From this time onwards, lorica assembly proceeds in a standard manner with the lorica-assembling tentacles providing a forward and left-handed rotational movement. PMID:20227255

Leadbeater, Barry S C; Cheng, Rong

2010-05-01

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

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.5 1 1.5 -40 -20 0 dB freq/kHz 0 1 2 3 4 freq/kHz 0 1 2 3 4 bph04 hrn02 Music + alarms (snr 0 ns 8 al 5) Alarms (al 5) Neural network output bph01 0 5 10 15 20 25 30time/sec Sound mixture Detected alarms

Ellis, Dan

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Ellis Island: Coming to America: A Drama-in-Education Unit.  

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Presents a drama-in-education project for middle school students to experience the dilemmas and choices of immigration to America. Offers four lesson plans and prelesson work which include dramatic techniques, culminate in projects, and promote problem solving, accountability, creative thinking, and group cooperation. (SR)

Gollobin, Laurie Brooks; Gruhn, Laurie Ann

1991-01-01

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Sensing User Intention and Context for Energy Management Angela B. Dalton and Carla S. Ellis  

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's energy consumption. We illustrate this idea with a case study on managing the display. System level events. In the next section we introduce our case study of a sensing system used for power management. We system I/O behavior to user needs. FaceOff is a prototype display power man- agement system designed

Ellis, Carla

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Effects of polyols on processing and qualities of wheat tortillas / by Elly Lusia Dewi Suhendro  

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, retrograded starch has decreased potential for hydration, dispe'rsion and solubility in aqueous medium. Decreased soluble starch of staled bread and flat bread during storage was reported (Kim and D'Appolonia, 1977; Faridi and Rubenthaler, 1984). A... technique to rapidly separate starch polymers by aqueous high performance liquid chromatography-size exclusion chromatography (HPLC-SEC) was developed (Jackson et al, 1988). Starch polymers are dispersed in water, the solvent for starch in food, before...

Suhendro, Elly Lusia Dewi

1992-01-01

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Seabirds have a significant impact on terrestrial plant communities (reviewed in Ellis 2005). Elevated nitro-  

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application of a 15 n tracer to simulate decomposition of Chum Salmon showed that Western Red Cedar (Thuja of seabird activity (reviewed in Hart and Classen 2003). Growth rates and stable isotope analysis of tree 2005) and in tree rings (Reimchen et al. 2003). There is evi- dence of a correlation between 15 n

Reimchen, Thomas E.

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Genus III. Turneriella Levett, Morey, Galloway, Steigerwalt, Ellis 2005, 1497AL  

Technology Transfer Automated Retrieval System (TEKTRAN)

Turneriella are morphologically similar to Leptospira. They are unique within the Leptospiraceae by having distinct DNA sequence composition as demonstrated by DNA hybridization analysis, and a unique 16S rRNA sequence profile. In addition, they are distinguished by having a single periplasmic fla...

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L. Rex Ellis Assistant Research Scientist of Subaqueous Soils (100% Research)  

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.S., Environmental Science, University of Florida, 1998 M.S., Soil Science, University of Florida, 2002 Ph.D., Soil Science, University of Florida, 2006 Employment 2006-present, Assistant Research Scientist, Soil and Water Science Department, UF 2002-2006, Alumni Fellow, Soil and Water Science Department, UF 2000-2002, Research

Jawitz, James W.

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Gravity Currents: In the Environment and the Laboratory, Ellis Horwood Series in Environmental Sciences  

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

There are books and courses on experimental physics, thorough and rigorous, which contain only simple formulae and use only elementary algebra. The subject is explained in lucid and precise language, with the help of many sketches, photos, and diagrams. The book under review belongs to this genre and is in fact one of its most successful members.About half of the book is devoted to the description of a variety of natural phenomena in which gravity currents play an important role. The class of gravity currents is taken to be quite broad, to include almost any kind of quasi-horizontal motion caused by density differences. The range of natural phenomena surveyed is correspondingly great, from tidal bores through thunderstorms to the eruption of Mount St. Helens. The atmospheric examples are especially thorough and interesting. The broad panorama certainly brings home to the reader the many ways in which fluids (including fluidized rock) can move under the influence of gravity. However, not all of the examples show typical gravity behavior, nor are they all treated with equal thoroughness. The Gulf Stream is mentioned, and the variability of its position is shown in an illustration, but this is not connected with anything typical of gravity currents, nor is the important interplay between Earth rotation and such large-scale “gravity currents” (if one insists on calling them that) at all adequately explained.

Csanady, G. T.

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

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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,…

Wepman, Dennis

212

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

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.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

Hacker, Bradley R.

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Spotlight on Dr. Edie Ellis Once that program was up and running, I re-  

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in Richmond needed someone to teach human sexuality, and because of my work with HIV/AIDS I would be a good of Education in Sports Medicine de- gree, and worked as an assistant high school trainer from 1984

Young, Paul Thomas

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

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MAEZATO JUDITH N. BAGGETT SCOTT T. KELLEY Department of Biology San Diego State University San Diego, CA 92182 United States email: rbizzoco@sunstroke.sdsu.edu Abstract Microorganisms other than Sulfolobus in Obsidian Pool, a neutral pH hydrothermal habitat in Yellowstone National Park (Barns et al. 1994

Kelley, Scott

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How to stay calm and relaxed A booklet by Ellie Johnson  

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and its affects. A balanced life promotes health, happiness and well being. So, assess your life or breathing meditation or listen to music. If you have spent most of the day sitting, then some exercise may

Stevenson, Mark

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Ellis, Hornung, and Raines Supplementary Data Potentiation of ribonuclease cytotoxicity by a poly(amidoamine)  

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methanol, then dissolved in DPBS; the pH of the resulting solution was adjusted to ~7.4. MES buffer argon-ion laser (Becton Dickinson, Franklin Lakes, NJ). Calculations for statistical significance were

Raines, Ronald T.

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

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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…

Holt, Susan A; Austad, Carol Shaw

2013-01-01

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Micromachined Fluidic Couplers Ellis Meng, Shuyun Wu, and Yu-Chong Tai  

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have been developed [1-3], however the same critical issues exist. Micromachined rubber o-ring couplers assembly, misalignment, frequent failure, and difficulty to salvage used components. In addition

Meng, Ellis

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> The WPI Campus Center Presents! > The Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island &  

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> September 22, 2012 > The Statue of Liberty, America's Icon of Freedom, was completely restored in 1986 and continues to be one of America's most popularly visited attractions. Representing freedom from Coach PLEASE CONTACT: Kim Wykes @ 508.831.6806 > Experience America's Icon Of Freedom!!! #12;

Klein, Andrew G.

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

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? Standby 180mW Active 300mW Power Down 3mW Nap 30mW Read/Write Transaction +6 ns +6000 ns +60 ns RDRAM requests ?Return to base power state if no pending access access No pending access Standby/Nap on access pattern to each chip ?Analysis · Active/Stby to nap 100's of ns · Nap to PDN 10,000's ns no access

Ellis, Carla

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

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(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

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Acquiring Domain-Specific Planners by Example Elly Winner Manuela Veloso  

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(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

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The Weft: Auditory Scene Analysis of periodic sounds Dan Ellis International Computer Science Institute, Berkeley CA  

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evolutionary benefit. · Tracking the upper spectrum of periodic signals can be difficult and leads to bulky on individual harmonics. · Extracting the spectrum of a `flat' periodic signal with and without added noise verifies the basic algorithm. · A mixture of two periodic signals does not completely separate

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Extracting and purifying R-phycoerythrin from Mediterranean red algae Corallina elongata Ellis & Solander  

Microsoft Academic Search

R-Phycoerythrin (R-PE) is a protein acting as a photosynthetic accessory pigment in red algae (Rodophyta). This protein has gained importance in many biotechnological applications in food science, immunodiagnostic, therapy, cosmetics, protein and cell labelling, and analytical processes. In this paper we report on a new, one step procedure for the extraction and purification of R-PE from a new source: the

R Rossano; N Ungaro; A D'Ambrosio; G. M Liuzzi; P Riccio

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...Ann Worthy, Vice President) 2200 North Pearl Street, Dallas, Texas 75201-2272: 1. Carl W. Ellis, Imperial Beach, California, individually; Carl W. Ellis; Linda Ellis McGarraugh, and Benjamin Drew Ellis, II, both of Perryton,...

2011-09-07

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

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not so new: in fact, several earlier hagiographical 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...

Meere, Michael

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

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- quency (Fo) corresponding to syllable prominences whose peaks comprise the envelope of an Fo contour (see on the acoustic aspects of sentence intonation should provide some insight into the psychological reality of declination. In the first part of this paper, we will examine the behavior of subglottal pressure (P.) during

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An Evaluation of the TRIPS Computer System Mark Gebhart Bertrand A. Maher Katherine E. Coons Jeff Diamond Paul Gratz  

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Diamond Paul Gratz Mario Marino Nitya Ranganathan Behnam Robatmili Aaron Smith James Burrill Stephen W in which blocks are composed of dataflow instructions. The goal of the TRIPS design is to mine concurrency

John, Lizy Kurian

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NCI-CCR Pediatric Oncology Branch: Neuro-Oncology Section: Katherine Elizabeth Warren, M.D., Section Head  

Cancer.gov

Dr. Warren received her B.S. in Medical Technology in 1982, and her M.D. from Tufts University School of Medicine in 1990. She completed a residency in pediatrics at Children's National Medical Center, followed by a fellowship in Pediatric Oncology at the National Cancer Institute.

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Title: Social Mobilization and the Politics of Climate Change Organizers: Shorna Allred, Michael Hoffmann, Katherine McComas, Margaret Smith,  

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Milstein, Mark Monger, Bruce Ochshorn, Jonathan Paprocki, Kasia Pendergrast, Tess Perrey, Shoshana Piestrak, Jeff Schlather, Ken Scott, Norm Walsh-Dilley, Marygold Wolfe, David A very diverse group of faculty

Angenent, Lars T.

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

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.Browse articles on similar topics from (136 articles)Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR), general (61 articles)Polymerase of Medicine, St. Louis, MO 63108, USA INTRODUCTION Nested Patch polymerase chain reaction (PCR) amplifies Chain Reaction (PCR) (977 articles)Molecular Biology, general (94 articles)High-Throughput Analysis

Mitra, Rob

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A photosynthetic strategy for coping in a high-light, low-nutrient environment Katherine R. M. Mackey1  

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relative to PSII in open ocean ecotypes of cyanobacteria (Bailey et al. 2008), green algae (P. Cardol, G. a process in open ocean picophytoplankton that preserves PSII activity by diverting electrons from. The open ocean presents numerous challenges to photosynthetic organisms. Physiological stresses imposed

Paytan, Adina

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

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narrative of Dionys Fitzherbert, a woman born around 1580 into a minor gentry family in Oxfordshire. Fitzherbert?s narrative of her own life focuses on what she considers her ?fall? into sin and the spiritual ?sickness? that follows. Included... Fitzherbert?s narrative does not easily #14;t into any of our modern generic cubbyholes, it does constitute, as Hodgkin points out, an early essay in spiritual autobiography, and as such marks an 143 #31;#30;#29;#30;#28;#27;#30;#30;#28...

Wells, Marion A.

2011-01-01

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

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a disproportional amount of financial assets [10]. They are also more susceptible to financial fraud offline [4 privacy risks, such as phishing, there is a tangible financial cost to the victims, their families are being encouraged to use digital technologies to conduct financial transactions - technologies with which

Camp, L. Jean

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Potential Use of Real-time Information for Flood Operation Rules for Folsom Reservoir Katherine M. Maher  

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i Potential Use of Real-time Information for Flood Operation Rules for Folsom Reservoir of the Requirements for the degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE In Civil Engineering in the OFFICE OF GRADUATE STUDIES. Over 100 synthetic flood hydrographs generated from seven historic flood events are used to assess each

Lund, Jay R.

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and continuing challenges, / r\\ .^ \\By Katherine H, Daniels,AICP, and EdwardJ. SuUivafl  

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has / ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ long been recognized as the nation's foremost state- / ^k . ^Ã? wide land parts of the country where rural residences are on the rise. y s Even without the line on the map quality of life." Gov. McCall's opening address to the 1973 Legislative Assembly, January 8,1973 1973

Handy, Susan L.

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Digital chips for an on-line casino J. Castell`a-Roca  

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players do not use money of legal course. Instead, players change their money for tokens, known as chips, due to security and economy concerns, and honest players are de- prived of a comfortable and quick

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76 FR 11404 - Oregon: Tentative Approval of State Underground Storage Tank Program  

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...FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Katherine Griffith, U.S. Environmental...553-2901, e-mail: griffith.katherine@epa.gov. SUPPLEMENTARY...accommodation should be made to Katherine Griffith, (206) 553-2901...Environmental Quality, 221 Stewart Ave, Suite 201,...

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2012 Spring : Distinguished Honors Distinguished  

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Distinguished Butler Katherine Murphy Distinguished Butler Sierra Nicole Distinguished Byrnes Mary Kathryn Bailey Margaret Mackinnon Distinguished Baker Katherine Brennan Distinguished Baker Sarah Adrian Peter Distinguished Brown Stephen Michael Distinguished Bruce Elizabeth Katherine Distinguished Buckner

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2014 Spring : Distinguished Honors Distinguished  

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Brandon Katherine Kelly Distinguished Brennan Jennifer Marie Distinguished Breyer Melissa Diane Christina Lee Distinguished Burnell Shannon Akili Distinguished Burrus Connor Patrick Distinguished Butler Katherine Murphy Distinguished Calabro Katherine Elizabeth Distinguished Calci Angelica Kaitlyn

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AMS University and External Relations Committee Minutes of February 1st, 2011 Agenda of the AMS University and External Relations Committee  

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), Katherine Tyson (VP External), Kyle Warwick (councillor), Caroline Wong (councillor) Stewart Mc (Katherine Tyson) A joint student society campaign initiative to lobby the provincial government. Issues

Pulfrey, David L.

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Board and Participating Faculty Political Economy Graduate Interdisciplinary Studies Program  

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, History Michele Betsill, Political Science Katherine Browne, Anthropology Kris Kodrich, Technical: Anthropology: Katherine Browne, Kathleen Galvin, Ann Magennis, Kathleen Pickering, Norberto Valdez Economics

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GRAAT On-Line issue #5.1 October 2009 Reading the Body in Bret Easton Ellis's American Psycho (1991)  

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of the yuppies' etiquette. I use the word "etiquette," which Patrick uses (231) and which I oppose to the word-5), point at the impossibility to perfectly conform to the etiquette, something which often fills Patrick with "nameless dread" (264), an expression he uses eight times.2 The etiquette clearly represents, then, a desire

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A CHECK-VALVED SILICONE DIAPHRAGM PUMP Ellis Meng, Xuan-Qi Wang, Howen Mak, and Yu-Chong Tai  

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-valved silicone rubber diaphragm pumps are presented. Significant improvements have been made from pump to pump, large deflections and efficient use of pump chamber volume are realized. Silicone rubber (Sylgard 184 property of silicone rubbers. Alternating layers of silicone and silicon allowed the pump to be watertight

Meng, Ellis

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

PubMed Central

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

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

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``TBONE''--A HIGHSPEED (ATM) BACKBONE FOR TEXAS Richard Ewing 1 2 3 , Jane Armstrong 1 , Leland Ellis 2 ,  

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``TBONE''--A HIGH­SPEED (ATM) BACKBONE FOR TEXAS Richard Ewing 1 2 3 , Jane Armstrong 1 , Leland of urban and rural geography---linking Houston, San Antonio, Austin, College Station, Dallas/Ft. Worth

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

ERIC Educational Resources Information Center

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…

Ciardiello, A. Vincent

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Ellis, D. (2006). Becoming a master student. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. Going Back to School as a Nontraditional Learner  

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at it as an investment in your education and future career. Don't be afraid to reach out to family, friends and neighbors students. They may provide fresh, new perspectives and "secrets" to surviving college. Consider teaming up or on the back of a door are good places) so that other members of your family or household know your class

Westfall, Peter H.

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Color Constancy in 3D-2D Face Recognition Manuel Meyer1, Christian Riess1, Elli Angelopoulou1,  

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on its benefits. Keywords: Face Recognition, Color Constancy, Illumination Normalization, Illumination not require a cooperative subject, like for instance fingerprint or iris authentication, and is socially well to biometric systems. Already today, notebooks, door-locks, or even smartphones offer face-recognition based

Kakadiaris, Ioannis

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Early Star-Forming Galaxies and the Reionisation of the Brant E. Robertson*, Richard S. Ellis*, James S. Dunlop  

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Early Star-Forming Galaxies and the Reionisation of the Universe Brant E. Robertson*, Richard S, Edinburgh EH9 3HJ, UK § Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge, Cambridge CB3 0HA, UK Star forming the first stars formed from overdense clouds of hydrogen gas that cooled and collapsed within early cosmic

Greer, Julia R.

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

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

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.

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

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Immigrant children on Ellis Island rooftop playground, early 1900s, still imageSite: DNA Interactive (www.dnai.org)  

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DNAi location: Chronicle>Threat of the Unfit>epilogue The Johnson Immigration Restriction Act of 1924 made cunning use of statistics to change the complexion of American immigration. It limited immigrants from each country according to their proportion in the U.S. population in 1890, a time prior to the major waves of southern and eastern European immigration when the U.S. was decidedly more Anglo-Nordic in composition. This had the eugenicists Â? desired effect of cutting off immigration from southern and eastern Europe. This xenophobia persisted for half a century Â? U.S. immigration did not reach pre-Johnson Act levels again until the late 1980s.

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Lilly Salcman and Arthur Salcman oral history interview by Carolyn Ellis and Chris Patti, May 4, 2010  

Microsoft Academic Search

Oral history interview with Holocaust survivor Lilly Salcman. Salcman was born in Khust in 1922 and was the youngest of five siblings. She was attending school in Brno when the Sudetenland was annexed in 1938, and she was forced to return home. In March 1944 the Germans invaded her hometown and, after four weeks of occupation, began deporting the Jews

Lilly Salcman; Carolyn Ellis; Chris J. Patti; Arthur Salcman

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

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cross-section of the fields to which Ray Moore has contributed. In a sense, the grouping is arbitrary and some papers might well have been placed in another group; geology is a multi-strand science and its strands are not easy to separate. CURT TEICHERT... completely unselfish ob- jectives. Ray Moore is a complex individual, a man of sharp, often unsuspected contrasts. In his younger days, he was a superior athlete, having won a place on a world-record relay team at Denison University. Even today, his superb...

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CONGRATULATIONS Congratulations to Drs. Audrey RupleCzerniak and Christine Ellis for their second place awards in  

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histiocytosis. She used advanced statistical techniques to control for the familial effects (genetics) of the breed. The results of her study suggest inflammation may be a modifiable risk factor the Volatile Organic Compound Profiles Present in Breath" is based on her collaborative work with researchers

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

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what hap- pens with X­ray images of human anatomy. Such images show no solid surfaces and have no depth, we look at digitally reconstructed radiographs (DRRs). A DRR is a synthetically computed X­ray image. Furthermore, radiologists and surgeons have substantial training and experience interpreting X­ray images

Stewart, James

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40 CFR 81.337 - Oklahoma.  

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...County Dewey County Ellis County Harper County Major County Roger Mills County...County Dewey County Ellis County Harper County Major County Roger Mills County...County Dewey County Ellis County Harper County Major County Roger Mills...

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CODS: Evolving Data Efficiently and Scalably in Column Oriented Databases  

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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

Chen, Yi

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Thread as a Matrix for Biomedical Assays Meital Reches, Katherine A. Mirica, Rohit Dasgupta, Michael D. Dickey, Manish J. Butte, and  

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.g., sewing machines and looms). (vii) The materials of the threads are combustible and can be disposed of (-dimensional micro- fluidic devices by sewing cotton thread into polymeric materials (2). The results of Li et al be manipulated easily by globally used processes such as sewing, knitting, and weaving. These techniques could

Prentiss, Mara

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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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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

Clark, Shirley E.

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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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to the nineteenth century, and he spends his most valuable attention on the tomb of Cardinal Newman and Newman?s friend, Ambrose St. John. The essay is a taste of Bray?s forthcoming book, a posthumous work on the sub- ject of pairs of men buried in the same tomb...

George Klawitter

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

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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

Craelius, William

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

NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

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.

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

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James A. Austin, Jr. The University of Texas at Austin, John A. and Katherine G. Jackson School of Geosciences, Institute for  

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margin [UTIG/IOP) - Lead Scientist, R/V Okeanos Explorer, ROV/multibeam bathymetry operations, Gulf of Mexico [NOAA] · 2011: Co-Chief Scientist, R/V Nautilus, ROV operations, offshore Israel and Spain (two expeditions) [OET] · 2010: - Co-Chief Scientist, E/V Nautilus, ROV operations, Israel continental margin [OET

Yang, Zong-Liang

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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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of the urban household compared to its rural counterpart and considers the ?plebeian? and ?patrician? forms of kin interaction, distinguishing broad variations between northern and southern 274 SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY NEWS Europe. She also analyzes continuities...272 SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY NEWS Jesuit support of princes in the seventeenth century also contrib- uted to the advance of princely absolutism vis-a-vis the Church? (274). In 1640 a papal nuncio acknowledged the heartfelt religios- ity of the Jesuits...

Alisa Plant

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One Class Support Vector Machines for Detecting Anomalous Windows Registry Katherine A. Heller Krysta M. Svore Angelos D. Keromytis Salvatore J. Stolfo  

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. Heller Krysta M. Svore Angelos D. Keromytis Salvatore J. Stolfo Dept. of Computer Science Columbia University 1214 Amsterdam Avenue New York, NY 10025 heller,kmsvore,angelos,sal¡ @cs.columbia.edu Abstract We using a set of signature- based descriptions of good behavior, i.e. what is expected of program

Keromytis, Angelos D.

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Blood Parasites and Dominance in Captive Blackbirds Patrick J. Weatherhead; Karen J. Metz; Dave Shutler; Katherine E. Muma; Gordon F. Bennett  

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Blood Parasites and Dominance in Captive Blackbirds Patrick J. Weatherhead; Karen J. Metz; Dave Blood parasites and dominance in captive blackbirds Patrick J. Weatherhead, Karen J. Metz, Dave Shutler. and Bennett, G. F. 1995. Blood parasites and dominance in captive blackbirds. - J. Avian Biol. 26: 121

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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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that pollutants must go somewhere. Prediction of groundwater contamination below stormwater infiltration basins, Middletown, PA 17057 Introduction Urban development's tendency towards impervious surfaces has led

Clark, Shirley E.

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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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?s ?pleasure cannot be bounded by law? and explains that his choice of ?pleasure? rather than ?will? is significant: ?Hakewell chose the less subtle of the two terms to make his point that the king?s impositions amounted to a seizure or ravishment of subjects...

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INSIGHTS INTO THE FORMATION OF TYPE B2 REFRACTORY INCLUSIONS. S. B. Simon Dept. of the Geophysical Sci., 5734 S. Ellis Ave.,  

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recombination and correction (to solar CaO/Al2O3) methods of [3] are projected from spinel onto the gehlenite be less gehlenitic, than B1s. Each of the six B2 and three B1 corrected bulk compositions plotted in Fig, melilite ranges from Åk12 to Åk69. Each inclusion contains gehlenitic melilite that is probably relict

Grossman, Lawrence

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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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-rich melilite with decreasing temperature, and the evaporative loss of MgO and SiO2 from the cooling liquid cooling, all at a fixed pressure of pure H2 gas. Only liquid evaporates, not solids, and solids- tions of the residues which result from isothermal evaporation of CaO-MgO-Al2O3-SiO2 (CMAS) liquids

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

PubMed Central

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

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

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

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in the time-domain. OKE is a third order non-linear spectroscopy. Protein dynamics are probed in aqueous the conformational changes in Lysozyme with inhibitor bound. A 1:1 molar ratio solution of lysozyme (250mg

Greenaway, Alan

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Hydrobiologia 193: 155-182, 1990. K. Johannesson,D. G. Raffaelli and C. J. HannafordEllis (eds), Progress in LittorinidandMuricid Biology. 155  

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for both phenotypes were consistently higher than controls (no crab) in both the fish-crab and snail, the development of antipredatory shell traits was greater in the fish-crab treatment than in the snail) laboratory control, b) exposed to the effluent of crabs (Cancerpagurus)fed frozen fish ('fish-crab'), and c

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ALL THREE REGIONS OF THE INFERIOR GLENOHUMERAL LIGAMENT CONTRIBUTE TO ANTERIOR STABLITY *Moore, SM; *Debski, RE; **Ellis, B; ***McMahon, PJ; +**Weiss, JA  

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(axillary pouch and posterior band (PB)) may contribute to stability. The objective of this study determined at the glenoid for each structure. The effects of region (AB-IGHL, pouch, PB-IGHL) and anatomical

Utah, University of

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‘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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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. ...

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THE 2MASS WIDE-FIELD T DWARF SEARCH. V. DISCOVERY OF A T DWARF VIA METHANE IMAGING S. C. Ellis and C. G. Tinney  

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Museum of Natural History, Central Park West at 79th Street, New York, NY 10024; adam@amnh.org J. Davy between giant planets and low-mass stars. In the cool atmospheres of T dwarfs, methane and water vapor

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"Our Ultimate Competition," a Speech by John Neufeld, and Readers' Responses to Neufeld's "Boys Lie" by Matthew Ellis, Jaime Miller and Liz Ackert.  

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The Study of Two Psychotherapy Approaches (Rogers Self Theory and Ellis Rational Theory) in Improvement of Bowen Self-differentiation and Intimacy  

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Objective: To compare the effectiveness of rational, behavioral and emotive therapy (REBT) and person-centered therapy (PCT) on self-differentiation and intimacy among divorce clients. Methods: In quasi-experimental study, 42 divorce clients (both males and females) who presented to the Counsling Center of Sanandaj, Iran were sampled. They were categorized into three groups of PCT, REBT, and control group (each group contained 14 subjects). The recovery indices (dependent variables) employed were the subject of self-differentiation and intimacy, which were measured twice before and after intervention of Differentiation of Self Inventory-2 (DSI-2) and intimacy. The therapy involved 8 one-hour sessions. It was held twice a week and therapeutic effects were traced after 8 months. Results: The results showed that REBT and PCT were effective on self-differentiation scale and intimacy. Also they were influential in recovery self-differentiation scale and intimacy follow up stage. Conclusion: REBT and PCT were effective on self-differentiation and its subscales (Emotional reactivity, “I” position, Emotional cut off and Fusion with other) and general intimacy. Declaration of interest: None. PMID:24995028

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Noting that Katherine Paterson's books are loved by school children everywhere, this paper discusses her engagement with the books she writes and how children respond to them. The paper begins with a brief discussion of the inspiration of one of Katherine Paterson's fairy tales and presents an extended discussion of the motivation behind her…

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functions to estimate resistance. Keywords Puma concolor Á Conditional logistic regression Á Resistance to scale and behavioral state: pumas as a case study Katherine A. Zeller, Kevin McGarigal, Paul Beier to scale and behavioral state: pumas as a case study Katherine A. Zeller · Kevin McGarigal · Paul Beier

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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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protein and the antimicrobial peptide CM15. Far-UV circular dichroism indicates that the secondary Attached Vibrational Probe of Protein-Lipid Contacts Heather A. McMahon, Katherine N. Alfieri, Katherine A vibrational probes. New model lipid and surfactant systems, as well as techniques for orienting samples

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BioOne sees sustainable scholarly publishing as an inherently collaborative enterprise connecting authors, nonprofit publishers, academic institutions, research libraries, and research funders in the common goal of maximizing access to critical research.  

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, Katherine L. Parker, Denis Picot, Hélène Verheyden and Jean-Louis Martin Source: Wildlife Biology, 20 Verchere, Anthony J. Gaston, Michael P. Gillingham, Olivier Gimenez, Katherine L. Parker, Denis Picot, Hélène Verheyden and Jean-Louis Martin S. Le Saout (soizic.le-saout@cefe.cnrs.fr), S. Chollet, S

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Quantitative Evaluation of Liver-Specific Promoters From Retroviral Vectors After In Vivo Transduction of Hepatocytes  

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. Wayne Flye, and Katherine Parker Ponder Hepatic gene therapy could be used to treat a number,Washington University School of Medicine, St Louis, MO. Submitted April 13, 1994; accepted July 22, 1994. Supported.G.H. Address reprint requests to Katherine ParkerPonder,MD,De- partment of Biochemistry and

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Accepted Manuscript Spatiotemporal Electrochemical Measurements Across an EDL Capacitance  

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with Application to Aqueous Sodium Hybrid Batteries Katherine C. Tully, Jay Whitacre, Shawn Litster PII: S0378 Capacitance Electrode with Application to Aqueous Sodium Hybrid Batteries, Journal of Power Sources (2013 Electrode with Application to Aqueous Sodium Hybrid Batteries Katherine C. Tully, Jay Whitacreb,c , Shawn

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Nitrous oxide (N2O) isotopic composition in the troposphere: instrumentation, observations at Mace Head, Ireland, and regional modeling  

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Head, Ireland, and regional modeling by Katherine Ellison Potter B.S. Chemistry & Environmental Science, Ireland, and regional modeling by Katherine Ellison Potter Submitted to the Department of Earth to January 2011; Mace Head Atmospheric Research Station, Ireland) detected statistically significant signals

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Mating flight initiation and nutritional status of Solenopsis invicta (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) alates infected with Thelohania solenopsae (Microsporida: Thelohaniidae)  

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MATING FLIGHT INITIATION AND NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF Solenopsis invicta (HYMENOPTERA: FORMICIDAE) ALATES INFECTED WITH Thelohania solenopsae (MICROSPORIDA: THELOHANIIDAE) A Thesis by KATHERINE JANE OVERTON Submitted to the Office... invicta (HYMENOPTERA: FORMICIDAE) ALATES INFECTED WITH Thelohania solenopsae (MICROSPORIDA: THELOHANIIDAE) A Thesis by KATHERINE JANE OVERTON Submitted to the Office of Graduate Studies of Texas A&M University in partial fulfillment...

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Sandgrouse 30 (2008)190 Recent surveys of resident breeding birds in  

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and migratory birds and requires ongoing protection, appropriate management, and more detailed researchSandgrouse 30 (2008)190 Recent surveys of resident breeding birds in the St Katherine Protectorate & HILARY GILBERT We report records of 25 species of resident breeding birds in St Katherine Protectorate

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40 CFR 81.126 - Northwestern Oklahoma Intrastate Air Quality Control Region.  

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...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...

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...Primary Counties: Barber, Barton, Dickinson, Ellis, Franklin, Harper, Harvey, Hodgeman, Kingman, Marion, Mcpherson, Ness, Osage, Osborne, Pawnee, Phillips, Pratt, Rice, Rooks, Rush, Russell, Smith, Stafford. The Interest Rates...

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Ecology 1992 Individual variation in metabolism and reproduction  

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of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin 53706, USA Summary The possibility of functional relationships between reptiles (Andrews & Pough 1985; Chappell & Ellis 1987), amphibians (Taigen 1983), birds (Bennett & Harvey

Garland Jr., Theodore

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

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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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Online Argument between Israeli Jews and Palestinians  

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Previous research with face-to-face groups found that majority-minority theory was a better predictor of argument patterns between Israelis and Palestinians than cultural codes theory (D. G. Ellis & I. Maoz, 2002; I. Maoz & D. G. Ellis, 2001). But, because of the difficulties of organizing face-to-face contacts between Israelis and Palestinians…

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...to Ms. Kristen G. Ellis, Designated Federal Officer, at the address above. For further information on EMAB, please visit http://www.em.doe.gov/emab or contact Ms. Ellis directly. Issued at Washington, DC on April 13, 2011. LaTanya...

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BMC Genomics This Provisional PDF corresponds to the article as it appeared upon acceptance. The fully-formatted  

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(habermann@mpi-cbg.de) Elly Tanaka (tanaka@mpi-cbg.de) Susan V Bryant (svbryant@uci.edu) David M Gardiner. King - dck163@psu.edu; Nicholas N. 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 ­ dmgardin

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il n'y a sans doute pas de discontinuit du phno-mne entre les deux. Pour voir s'il existe un lien  

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] WEILER. 2014 Ann. Physik, I935, 23, 493. [6] KINSEY et ELLIS. - Phys. Rev., I937, 51, I074. [7] BORST et et SACK. - J. Chem. Phys., I940, 8, 63. [10] KINSEY et ELLIS. - J. Chem. Phys., I938, 6, 497. [11

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Grammar for Job Readiness, Basic English Writing for Job Readiness Ellie Grossman Ellie Grossman How to Write Anything Well (HOWWRI) Thu. 7:15-8:45pm; Starts 5/29 (6 sess.) Basic English Grammar. This course offers all that without boring you to death. Basic English Grammar for Job Readiness $300 (BAENJOG

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SCIENCE RESEARCH POLICY IN SOUTH AFRICA  

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SCIENCE RESEARCH POLICY IN SOUTH AFRICA George F R Ellis A DISCUSSION DOCUMENT for the Royal Society of South Africa February 14, 2001 #12;i Preface This science policy discussion document has been written by Prof G F R Ellis (University of Cape Town) on behalf of the Royal Society of South Africa

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On the relation between upper central quotients and lower central series of a group  

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1 On the relation between upper central quotients and lower central series of a group Graham Ellis, National University of Ireland, Galway. (e-mail: graham.ellis@ucg.ie) January 1999 1. Introduction A group bounds when c = 1. In particular, there are papers by J.A. Green [17], J. Wiegold [29] [30], W. Gasch

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The intellectual origins of Rational Psychotherapy  

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In this paper we attempt to understand the intellectual origins of Albert Ellis' Rational Psychotherapy (now known as Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy). In his therapeutic practice Ellis used a 'lumper' argument to replace the focus of change in psychoanalysis: not the lengthy uncovering and reworking of the individual's personal history, but the demands in self-talk through which the client is

Arthur Still; Windy Dryden

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

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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.…

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

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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…

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

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

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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…

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

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Ski Season 2009-10: The Dry Year Lone Peak, Big Sky Montana  

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at Big Sky in early April with Alex. He brought me down some double black diamond terrain that had me times, which is a number I'm satisfied with. Both Ellie and Alex progressed tremendously this year. Ellie won a ski race at Discovery late in the year ­ she loves speed ­ while Alex surpassed Jen and I

Bardsley, John

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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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- turned to England, where her problems continued. Villani traces the violent encounters and incarcerations experienced by Evans and numerous other Quakers working in the same areas during this period. Especially in his section on ?Missioni Quacchere a... includes items ranging from records of their inability to communicate in Italian or Latin with the nuns they encountered (although they gave the nuns a tract in Latin by George Fox) to comments on their clothing (described as being a bit like that of monks...

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Decreased Callosal Thickness in Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder  

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Decreased Callosal Thickness in Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Eileen Luders, Katherine L or persist into adulthood. Key Words: Corpus callosum, isthmus, MRI, ODD, splenium A ttention-deficit/hyperactivity: Neuroimagingstudiesofattention-deficit/hyperactivitydisorder(ADHD)haverevealedstructuralabnormalitiesinthebrains of affected

Thompson, Paul

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...The petition contained information on what the petitioners reported as potential threats to the species from habitat loss, poaching and trafficking, disease, and inadequate regulatory mechanisms. In a September 15, 2010, letter to Katherine Meyer,...

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A review of "The Letters of Dorothy Moore: The Intellectual Life of a Seventeenth-Century Woman." by Lynette Hunter  

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Samuel Hartlib; the theolo- gian and philosopher, John Dury, whom she later married; Katherine Boyle (Lady Ranelagh) and her brother, the chemist Robert Boyle; and others who aimed to end sectarian divisiveness among Protestants and to reform educa- tion...

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Primate Epididymis-Specific Proteins: Characterization of ESC42, a Novel Protein Containing a Trefoil-Like  

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a Trefoil-Like Motif in Monkey and Human QIANG LIU*, KATHERINE G. HAMIL, P. SIVASHANMUGAM, GAIL GROSSMAN of Science, Bangalore, India 560012 Epididymal secreted proteins promote sperm maturation and fertilizing capacity by interacting with sperm during passage throughtheepididymis

Tian, Weidong

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Preeclampsia  

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... http://circ.ahajournals.org/ Downloaded from Valente and Economy Preeclampsia e345 protein in the urine. The blood ... Downloaded from Anne Marie Valente and Katherine E. Economy Preeclampsia Print ISSN: 0009-7322. Online ISSN: 1524- ...

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Precambrian Research 185 (2011) 117 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect  

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. Martina, , Katherine D. Burgya , Alan J. Kaufmanb , George E. Gehrelsc a Department of Geology, University, and interpretations of basin architec- ture during both the Proterozoic and Paleozoic. At the stratigraphic base

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Sen. Doc. No. 92-017 SPECIAL REPORT OF THE RESEARCH COUNCIL  

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of the Faculty Senate November 7, 1991 Committee Membership (1991-1992) W. Richard Adrion Paul Shuldiner Juan Zamora Doris Shallcross John Finn Robert Bernatzky Katherine Fite Walter Kroll Dorothy Gilbert Hossein

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METHODOLOGY ARTICLE Open Access Use of consensus sequences for the design of  

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Batéjat1 , Claudine Rousseaux1 , Philip Dickinson5 , Iain G Old6 , Katherine Kong5 , Giulia C Kennedy5 , Stewart T Cole7,8 , Jean-Claude Manuguerra1* Abstract Background: A resequencing microarray called

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Firing of hippocampal neurogliaform cells induces suppression of synaptic , Robert Stewart1  

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, Robert Stewart1 , Marco Canepari2, 3, 4 and Marco Capogna1 1 MRC Anatomical Neuropharmacology Unit: This work was supported by the Medical Research Council, UK (MRC award U138197106). We thank Katherine

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738 Fishery Bulletin 103(4) Fishery Bulletin Index  

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and gravimetric tech- niques, by Daniel W. Cooper, Katherine E. Pearson, and Donald R. Gunderson 23 Relative, and D. Stewart Fielder 195 Early life history of the Argentine sandperch Pseu- dopercis semifasciata

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Prem Noel Melville The Dissertation Committee for Prem Noel Melville  

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Provost, Nishit Shah, Lily Mihalkova, Stewart Yang and Yuk Lai Suen. It was truly a pleasure working staff, Stacy Miller, Gloria Ramirez and Katherine Utz, for being extremely resourceful and al- ways

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List of Participants Brian Baptie British Geological Survey bbap@bgs.ac.uk  

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.l.densmore@durham.ac.uk Kate Donovan Earth Sciences, Oxford Katherine.Donovan@earth.ox.ac.uk John Elliot Earth Sciences, Oxford Stewart Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Plymouth iain.stewart@plymouth.ac.uk Costas Synolakis

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Lawrence Schovanec Provost and Senior Vice  

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Education Tibor Nagy Vice Provost International Affairs Rob Stewart Senior Vice Provost Sam Segran Associate Office of Planning and Assessment Ralph Ferguson Director Ethics Center Katherine Austin Assistant Vice

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OF SERVICE (Revised 7/9/13) SERVICE LIST: APPLICANT BrightSource Energy, Inc. Todd Stewart Senior Director Juan De Los Lagos Moreno Valley, CA 92553 cperry@blm.gov lelser@blm.gov County of Riverside Katherine

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PERMANENT GENETIC RESOURCES ARTICLE Establishing genomic tools and resources for Guizotia  

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, and the sequencing of its chloroplast genome HANNES DEMPEWOLF,* NOLAN C. KANE,* KATHERINE L. OSTEVIK,* MULATU GELETA, MICHAEL S. BARKER,* ZHAO LAI,§ MEGAN L. STEWART,* ENDASHAW BEKELE,¶ JOHANNES M. M. ENGELS,** QUENTIN C. B

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Social Science Division Meeting Minutes November 10, 2010  

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-26-11***** Faculty in attendance: Pareena Lawrence (Chair), Katherine Benson, Cyrus Bina, Kent Blansett, Sheri Breen'Loughlin, Heather Peters, Jeff Ratliff-Crain, Roger Rose, Jennifer Rothchild, Kevin Stefanek, Dennis Stewart

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MARINE ECOLOGY PROGRESS SERIES Mar Ecol Prog Ser  

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the density of the water mass (Stewart 2008). These horizontal and vertical transition zones are often highly, USA Andrew J. Allyn1,*, Aly McKnight2 , Kevin McGarigal1 , Curtice R. Griffin1 , Katherine J. Kuletz2

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Product Director: Liz Covello Senior Content Developer: Stacy Green  

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: Danielle Hallock Senior Product Development Specialist: Katherine Greig Director Assistant: Stephanie Kreuz, and Statistics for the Life Sciences James Stewart, Troy Day #12;Contents iiiUnless otherwise noted, all content

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Professor Colin Brown Head of Department  

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Marshall Lecturer Dr Bryce Beukers- Stewart Lecturer Dr Charlotte Burns Lecturer Dr Claire Hughes Lecturer Hawkins Senior Lecturer Dr Katherine Selby Lecturer Dr Kathryn Arnold Lecturer Dr Murray Rudd Lecturer Dr

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PURDUE UNIVERSITY RESIDENCES NEWSLETTER FOR FAMILIES AND FRIENDS IN THIS ISSUE  

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role in this process. FRESHMAN YEAR Luzader says many first-year students come in to the CCO's Stewart Marketing Consultant, Purdue Marketing and Media DESIGNER S. Katherine Braz University Residences Marketing

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*****APPROVED 9-8-10***** Social Science Division Meeting Minutes  

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in attendance: Pareena Lawrence (Chair), Joe Beaver, Katherine Benson, Kent Blansett, Sheri Breen, Steve Burks Peters, Jeff Ratliff-Crain, Roger Rose, Kevin Stefanek, Cheryl Stewart, Dennis Stewart, Marynel Ryan Van

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Senate Council Meeting Minutes 2700 Posvar Hall  

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.S. Representatives from Arizona--Morris K. Udall (1922-98) and Stewart L. Udall (1920-2010); Stewart Udall also and engineering. o Katherine N. Luke, majoring in economics and environmental studies, has received a Udall

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Prepared by sta of the CU Science Education Initiative and the UBC Carl Wieman SEI*  

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* (Carl Wieman, Katherine Perkins, Sarah Gilbert; Life Sciences CU: Francoise Benay, Sarah Ken- nedy, Harald Yurk, and Gulnur Birol; Chemistry CU: Laurie Langdon, Tom Pentecost; Chemistry UBC: Jackie Stewart

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Oklahoma State University Honors Degrees (May. 1969 -May, 2013) Barber Frank A. Chemistry (B.A.) AS MAY 1969  

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.S.) AS MAY 1969 Seebo Thomas C. II Political Science (B.A.) AS MAY 1970 Stewart Elisabeth French (B.A.) AS DEC 1974 Mavalvala Katherine F. Humanities (B.A.) AS DEC 1974 Robinson Susan K. Humanities (B

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Minutes of a Meeting Carleton University Senate  

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, P. Rankin, N. Salmond., B. Schmidt, K. Schwartz, G. Smart, J. Stewart, A. Tattersfield, R. Thomas, D (Katherine Graham; Ali Arya that the Minutes of January 25 2008 be approved as corrected. CARRIED 5.2 Senate

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Music and Movement BFE National Graduate Conference  

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Music and Movement BFE National Graduate Conference Wednesday 12 ­ Friday 14 September 2012 Stewart in Singapore and Germany 11.30 Coffee 12.00-13.00 Rethinking Listening Room A Chair: Katherine Schofield

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First Name Last Name Scholarship Amount Country Term Beth Krueger Benjamin A. Gilman $5,000 Senegal AY 10-11  

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Troy Stewart Benjamin A. Gilman $8,000 China Fall 2010 Dustin Zarnikow Benjamin A. Gilman $3,000 Chile Fall 2010 Katherine Carney Benjamin A. Gilman $4,500 United Kingdom Spring 2011 Troy Geyer Benjamin A

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REGULAR ARTICLE Bryophyte-cyanobacterial associations as a key factor  

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the Canadian Arctic Katherine J. Stewart & Eric G. Lamb & Darwyn S. Coxson & Steven D. Siciliano Received: 17 users. K. J. Stewart (*) :D. S. Coxson Ecosystem Science and Management, University of Northern British

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Social Science Division Meeting Minutes May 4, 2010  

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in attendance: Pareena Lawrence (Chair), Katherine Benson, Cyrus Bina, Sheri Breen, Steve Burks, Donna Chollet'Loughlin, Julie Pelletier, Heather Peters, Roger Rose, Jennifer Rothchild, Kevin Stefanek, Dennis Stewart

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Society Associate Percival L. Hallowell '18* ++  

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. '46 Barbara and Maurice A. Deane '46 '79P 1947 Founder's Associate Stewart E. Wenzel '47* Society Shirley and Myer M. Alperin '48 '97H '79P ++ Katherine A. and John M. Latimer, Jr. '48 '80P ++ Frances M

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General Information Juris Doctor Degree Program  

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sophisticated, ethically sensitive, and who have a broad understanding of the role of law in society." STEWART J side. Regardless of what you're doing, you're a Cornell Law School graduate." " KATHERINE P. WARD FELD

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nationally. Sincerely, Mac A. Stewart Special Assistant to the President for Diversity and Vice Provost #12 is Katherine Meyer, professor of sociology and associate provost. Monica Trieu's dissertation explored the need

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Community & Technical College -Military Programs (continued) Casanova, Alexander, Office Manager 753-0204  

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141, www.uaa.alaska.edu/ctc, Fax: 786-6401 Bilton, Dr. Katherine, Director, Enrollment Management 786........................................................ 786-6499 UC 141, Fax: 786-6401 Mizelle, Suzette, Budget Technician 786-6499 Stewart, Clarice, Research

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***Approved November 11, 2009*** Social Science Division Meeting Minutes  

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in attendance: Pareena Lawrence (Chair), Bert Ahern, Katherine Benson, Cyrus Bina, Sheri Breen, Donna Chollett Peters, Jeff Ratliff-Crain, Roger Rose, Jennifer Rothchild, Kevin Stefanek, Dennis Stewart, and Zhiguo Ye

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Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review, 2013, 51, 71-192 Roger N. Hughes, David Hughes, and I. Philip Smith, Editors  

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NIEMIER1,, MICHAEL ORBACH5,, LAURA PETES1,, STEWART ALLEN6, GUILLERMO AUAD7, CAROL AUER1, RUSSELL BEARD8, MARY BOATMAN7, NICHOLAS BOND9, TIMOTHY BOYER1, DAVID BROWN10, PATRICIA CLAY1, KATHERINE CRANE11, SCOTT

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Dean's List College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences  

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Bennett Mathematics Brian Stewart Bingham Chemistry Kevin P Black Computer Science Bryce Emerson Blackham-Astronomy Katherine Elizabeth Redd Biochemistry Preston T Redd Mathematics Kendall Ray Reese Computer Science Randall

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THE ALMA MATER SOCIETY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA AMS Student Society  

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(Engineering), Mirko Carich (AtLarge), Eric Gauf (Law), Tristan Miller (Proxy for Stewart Mc that the amounts proposed by both this committee and Budget Committee were relatively arbitrary. Katherine has

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*****Approved August 18, 2011***** Social Science Division Meeting  

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Stewart, Dennis Stewart, Marynel Ryan Van Zee, and Sheng Xiao Student Representatives in Attendance, and Katherine Benson Faculty on Leave: Sheri Breen, Steve Burks, Heather Peters Chair Lawrence called

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Mon, July 16 Tues, July 17 Wed, July 18 Thurs, July 19 Friday, July 20 Dorcas, Jim, Sandy Dorcas, Jim, Sandy Dorcas, Jim, Sandy Dorcas, Jim, Sandy Dorcas, Sandy  

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) - Jo Mahlke Education (11) Nancy Stewart Gabe Bryant Heidi Temple Carol Paczolt Engr (6) - Vicki Cline Mansfield Engr (1) Katherine Reel Juan Marcos Fernandez Christine Hofmeyer Paul Birkhimer David Riegle

Ginzel, Matthew

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MPLab Personnel: Goals of the . . .  

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Close Quit An Introduction to the Machine Perception Laboratory. Javier R. Movellan Marian Stewart. Movellan. ­ Marian Stewart Bartlett. ­ Gwen Littlewort. ­ Peter Rowat · Postdoctoral Researchers: ­ Claudia Associates: ­ Kazuki Aisaka ­ Fumihide Tanaka · Staff Researchers: ­ Katherine Kern. ­ Bret Fortenberry

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Dean's List College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences  

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and Biochemistry Hannah Katherine Noble Mathematics Brian Coombs Ostler Physics and Astronomy Kyle Jeffrey Prestwich Mathematics Adam Hogan Shumway Mathematics Michael George Stewart Chemistry and Biochemistry Angela Teuscher Statistics Joshua Weight Tingey Mathematics Jordan Alexander Wadsack-Stewart Physics

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*****Amended and Approved 11-10-10***** Social Science Division Meeting Minutes  

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Imholte Hall, Room 109 Faculty in attendance: Pareena Lawrence (Chair), Joe Beaver, Katherine Benson'Loughlin, Heather Peters, Jeff Ratliff-Crain, Roger Rose, Jennifer Rothchild, Dennis Stewart, Marynel Ryan Van Zee

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`00 CAMERON M. GOSSEN `00 ASHLEY E. JONES `00 KATHERINE W. MANARAS `00 CHRISTOPHER J. PANDOLFI `01 AINSLEY P. RYAN `00 JAMES M. SIMERMEYER `00 HEATHER LAURA STEWART `00 SOPITSUDA TONGSOPIT `00 KIRSTIN N

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2010-2011 L/L Program Directors E-Mail AddressProgram Director(s)ProgramTitle  

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@uvm.edu Animalia Savage, Katherine ksavage1@uvm.edu Animalia Standish, Rebecca rstandis@uvm.edu Arts Initiative@uvm.edu Arts Initiative: Integrated Fine Arts (IFA) Stewart, Prof.Alexander astewart@uvm.edu Arts Initiative

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this Committeewere: Edward H. Stone 11, Elwood L. Shafer, Ronald E. Stewart, Robert 0. Brush, Sanford 0. Silver, Katherine Snow, and Charles Lowrie. This Conferencecould not have been possible without the generoussupport

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Mikhail Yuryevich Bilenko The Dissertation Committee for Mikhail Yuryevich Bilenko  

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, and Stewart Yang have been always ready to help with papers, practice talks and anything else in work and life and Katherine Utz has been much appreciated on many occasions. My life has been made much easier by the friendly

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Robert Socolow 1964 Jeffrey Mandula 1966  

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-Yang Tsai 1971 Erick Weinberg 1973 David Politzer 1974 James Butler 1974 Eldad Gildener 1975 Paul Steinhardt Alexander Safian 1987 Brian Hill 1988 Paul Renteln 1988 Mark Alford 1990 John March-Russel 1990 Katherine

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Department of Materials MS Part II Course Handbook 201011  

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Timothy BUTLER STC In situ ceramic nanocomposites by solid state precipitation RIT Robert CLOUGH MAN Thin solar cells PRW / JDM / SS Katherine INZANI SEH Growing carbon nanotubes for nanoelectronic devices JHW

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MINI REVIEW ARTICLE published: 04 April 2014  

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University, UK Reviewed by: Karl Szpunar, Harvard University, USA Katherine L. McEldoon, Arizona State phenomenon within lab-based studies in the memory literature (for reviews, see Roediger and Butler, 2011

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Integrative Medicine: A Well-Rounded Approach to Women's Health  

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: Ann Butler Nattinger, MD, MPH Lady Rider's Professor of Breast Cancer Research, Chief of the Division. Dearborn, PhD Pam Garvey Ann E. Hammes Jennifer F. Hillis Katherine M. Hudson Judith Keyes Jan Lennon Gail

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University of Alaska Anchorage Chancellor's List Fall 2011 (Degree Seeking students enrolled in at least 12 UAA credits who earned a 4.0 GPA)  

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. Burton Alexandra C. Busk Adam M. Butler Matthew J. Bydlon Rachel D. Byrnes Melvin D. Caldwell Francisco M Kyung Yeun Choi Nathaniel T. Chriest Katherine Christmas Theresa E. Clayton Peter C. Clemens Rachel E

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English 269 Contemporary Literature Research Tools & Tips  

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Bibliography (MLA) Eg. Butler, Octavia To refine searches within larger result sets: Author as Subject: "Butler became posthuman : virtual bodies in cybernetics, literature, and informatics / N. Katherine Hayles E

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COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES DEAN'S LIST FALL 2010  

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. Leigh Bush Megan Elizabeth Butler Robert Brett Butler Nancy Erica Byrd Caroline Frances Cage Ashley Hope Drawdy Jeffrey Paul Drummond Marissa L. Duncan Cody Edward Dunlap Tyler Patrick Dunn Katherine Joy

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Part II Presentations Tuesday 10th and Wednesday 11th May 2011 (Week 2, Trinity Term)  

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Butler STC RIT In situ ceramic nanocomposites by solid state precipitation 11.30 Jack Spawton MAN RIT/C Dancer Ceramic armour 11.45 Katherine Inzani SEH JHW Growing ultralong carbon nanotubes for electronic

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President's List Spring 2014 Semester  

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Brockmann Matthew Bullett Alexandra Bullis Malaina Buscher Francis Butler C Jessica Calderone John Camuglia Ndegwa Rueben Negron Katherine Nelson O Riley O'Brien Kirby O'Keefe Omowunmi Oluwo Jhoan Osorno Colleen

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First Name Last Name College Title Department Phone Email Jack Barron Krannert Professor Economics 4-4451 barron@purdue.edu  

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Philosophy 6-3860 lharris@purdue.edu Ananth Iyer Krannert Susan Bulkeley Butler Professor Operations Affairs, PNC 219.785.5750 kschmid@pnc.edu Mark J. T. Smith Grad School Dean, Michael J. and Katherine R

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College of Arts and Letters Art/Art Studio -Patricia Edwards Phone: 368-4110 Office: 273 paedward@odu.edu  

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- Katherine Jackson (Degree Program Advisor) Phone: 368-4112 Office: 201 kjackson@odu.edu English - Dr. Mary.J. Butler (Degree Program Advisor) Phone: 368-4117 Office: 267 cbutler@odu.edu Human Services Advising

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Chairs and Directors of Academic Units Academic Management Main Office  

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-President (Academic) John Shepherd 8703Vice-Provost and Associate Vice-President (Academic) Katherine Graham 8925 Work Faculty of Science Malcolm Butler 4388Dean Prosenjit Bose 4388Associate Dean (Research

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Friends of Lehigh University LEHIGH UNIVERSITY 1 Anonymous ++  

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Begelman Susan M. Begelman Howard Behrend ++ Patricia W. Beldon Sanford Beldon Sanford T. Beldon Katherine. Burtch James P. Butler Peter Byck Scott Byrd Jean M. Caffrey Michael P. Caffrey Saul T. Caisman Tammie

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Friends of the George A. Smathers Libraries UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA  

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-2013 Florida Gator season to maintain and grow the excellence of the Libraries. Billy Donovan Amanda Butler Canelas Richard M. Carris Keith R. Douglas Katherine Egolf Beverly English Sandra Fackler Aaron

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Welcome to the Thirty-Seventh Annual Winter  

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's fellows: Jean-Claude Beique, James Bisley, Angela Cantrell, Jane Cavanaugh, Colm Cunningham, Pat DiFarland, Stephen Noctor, Joseph Nunez, Emmanuel Pothos, Katherine Roche, David Weinshenker, and Cyrus Zabetian

Laidlaw, David

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Complete List of Leisure Reading Author Title  

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, Katherine Behind the Beautiful Forevers Booth, Stephen DEAD PLACE Born, James O. ESCAPE CLAUSE Bova, Ben and the Real Downton Abbey: The Lost Legacy Carson, Susannah A TRUTH UNIVERSALLY ACKNOWLEDGED Cathcart, Thomas

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2008-2009 Awards Ceremony May 19th, 2009 Opening comments from Ken Kemphues-Chair  

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at Cornell Katherine Munson 5 years at Cornell Ingrid Phillips 5 years at Cornell Amy Antosh 10 years Elliott-G&D (Fox Lab) Name Award to be Received-Postdocs Don Ruhl(Kraus Lab) Won a competitive slot

Keinan, Alon

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A NOVEL APPROACH TO TOXICOLOGY SIMULATION BASED ON AUTONOMOUS OBJECTS  

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A NOVEL APPROACH TO TOXICOLOGY SIMULATION BASED ON AUTONOMOUS OBJECTS Munehiro Fukuda, Katherine L Menzel Department of Community & Environmental Medicine University of California, Irvine Irvine, CA 92717, distributed simula­ tion, cooperative work. ABSTRACT Toxicology simulation is a computationally inten­ sive

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Proceedings of 2003 IMECE 2003 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition  

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- formance. The electromechanical valve actuator permits variable valve timing for greater flexibility by employing electromagnets to actuate the valves. Research has shown that variable valve timing can VALVE ACTUATOR THROUGH ITERATIVE LEARNING CONTROL Katherine S. Peterson Anna G. Stefanopoulou Mechanical

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Weather and Climate Laboratory METR 1014-012  

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Laboratory Instructor: Katie "The Weather Lady" Western E-mail: Katherine.M.Western-1@ou.edu Office hours could be wrong, but I believe attendance is an old, old wooden ship that was used during the Civil War

Droegemeier, Kelvin K.

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...Chung Hyeon Joo Clark Lisa Michele Clarke Elizabeth Ann Coldren Patricia Mary Cook Dennis Eugene Corbett Meryle Lynn Corbin Tamara Diane Costelo Michael Philip Costelo Katherine Ann Cuenod Antoine Bernard Cummins Annetta Susanne Dale...

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Latin American and Caribbean Studies Interdisciplinary Minor Office of International Programs  

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Studies Chris Fisher Anthropology Francisco Leal Foreign Languages and Literatures Maria Puig Social Work Foreign Languages and Literatures Advisors Department Katherine Browne Anthropology Jonathan Carlyon and Resource Economics Pete Taylor Sociology Norberto Valdez Ethnic Studies Mary Van Buren Anthropology Maura

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Nitrogen Inputs by Associative Cyanobacteria across a Low Arctic Tundra Landscape  

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patterns of plant productivity across low arctic tundra landscapes. DOI: 10Nitrogen Inputs by Associative Cyanobacteria across a Low Arctic Tundra Landscape Katherine J N is a key factor limiting plant productivity in most low arctic terrestrial ecosystems. Atmospheric

Coxson, Darwyn

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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

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H U M A N G E N E T H E R A P Y 7:637-645 (March 20, 1996) Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.  

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,' WILLIAM BOWLING,^ RACHEL PEARLINE,' SUSAN C. KENNEDY,' M. WAYNE FLYE,^ and KATHERINE PARKER PONDER University School of Medicine, St. Louis, M O 63110. 637 #12;638 OKUYAMA ET AL. retroviral vectors result

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Lipopolysaccharide Potentiates the Effect of Hepatocyte Growth Factor upon Replication  

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, Thyroid, Spleen, and Colon in Rats in Vivo Cuihua Gao,*, Susan Kennedy,*, and Katherine Parker Ponder*,,1 University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri 63110 Received for publication November 8, 2000; accepted

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MOLECULAR THERAPY Vol. 5, No. 2, February 2002 Copyright The American Society of Gene Therapy  

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,3 and Katherine Parker Ponder1 1 Departments of Internal Medicine and Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri 63110, USA 2 Department of Pathobiology

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C/EBPb contributes to hepatocyte growth factor-induced replication of rodent hepatocytes  

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, Cuihua Gao, Katherine Parker Ponder* Departments of Internal Medicine and Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics, Washington University School of Medicine, 660 S. Euclid Avenue, Box 8125, St. Louis, MO 63110

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Molecular Genetics and Metabolism 87 (2006) 821 www.elsevier.com/locate/ymgme  

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, Katherine Parker Ponder a,¤ a Departments of Internal Medicine and Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO, USA b Department of Pathobiology, School

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Gene Therapy for Protein C Deficiency 2831 J. Clin. Invest.  

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-Rong Cai,*§ Susan C. Kennedy,*§ William M. Bowling, M. Wayne Flye, and Katherine Parker Ponder of Surgery, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri 63110 Abstract Protein C deficiency

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Copyright0 European Association for the Studv of the Liver 2000  

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-8278 Katherine Parker Ponder' Departments of `Internal Medicine and Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics, and 2 Medicine, Box 8125, 660 S. Euclid Ave., St. Louis, MO 63110, USA. Tel: 314 362 5188. Fax: 314 362 8826. e

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Longitudinal Effects of Internet Uses on Depressive Affect: A Social Resources Approach  

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Longitudinal Effects of Internet Uses on Depressive Affect: A Social Resources Approach Katherine, Internet uses, social support, extraversion, interpersonal interaction, social resources. #12;Internet use 2 Abstract Using the Internet could augment people's social resources, displace everyday

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Mark G. Ehrhart Department of Psychology, San Diego State University, 5500 Campanile Dr., San Diego, CA 92182-4611  

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. (2009). Customer contact and intangibility as boundary conditions of the service climate ­ customer University of Maryland Industrial/Organizational Psychology Ph.D.: August 2001 Dissertation: Leadership: Follower Characteristics and Preference for Charismatic Leadership Chair: Dr. Katherine Klein Georgia

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Significant Accomplishments--Dissemination & Institutionalization  

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with the Science Alliance to host a panel discussion in response to Harvard President Larry Summers' remarks about been citing frequently in the past few months: Thomas-Hunt, Melissa and Katherine Phillips. 2004. "When

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The Gradu Doctoris Philosophiae (PhD degree recipients) Chong Gyu Lee  

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Department Systems Administrator Larry Larrivee for his never-ending help in the use of computer graphics, Computer Science Penn, E. S. ScB Mathematics Phillips, Katherine R. BA Mathematics, Chemistry * ** Pinto

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77 FR 67020 - Performance Review Board Appointments  

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OMICS A Journal of Integrative Biology Volume 7, Number 3, 2003  

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. Modeling Regulatory Networks at Virginia Tech NICHOLAS A. ALLEN,1 LAURENCE CALZONE,2 KATHERINE C. CHEN,2 Tech, Fred Cross of The Rockefeller University, and Michael Mendenhall of the University of Kentucky

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Volume XXV, Number 2, Spring 2010 A publication of the Academic Senate, California State University, Fuller-A Message From the Chair  

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, Fuller- A Message From the Chair Scott Hewitt As the state budget crisis continues to impact CSUF Admissions Katherine Powers 20 Strategic Initiatives: Philanthropic Foundation Board Tackles Key Projects

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Light-driven translocation of signaling proteins in vertebrate photoreceptors  

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, Katherine J. Strissel2 , William E. Schiesser3 , Edward N. Pugh Jr4 and Vadim Y. Arshavsky5 1 Departments Obesity and Metabolism Laboratory, Human Nutrition Research Center at Tufts University, Boston, MA 02111

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The University of Connecticut & University of Connecticut Health Center Office of Audit, Compliance & Ethics  

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-4526 Telephone: UCHC (860) 679-1158 Email: Mike.Walker@uconn.edu Storrs ­ Audit & Compliance Allyn Larrabee Brown Ferguson Medical Auditor UCHC (860) 679-4748 Pferguson@uchc.edu Katherine Goss University Auditor Storrs

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DEAN'S LIST Fall Semester 2013  

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, Steven D. Hodeaux, Jacob Michael Hovorka, Sean Ian Hung, Isaac Hunt, Vincent W. Jenkins, Neil Gregory Katz, Jeremy Ian Kelly, Katherine Rose Khaghani, Ali Kijewski, David Andrew Kline, Dylan Jacob Kobza

Wong, Pak Kin

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

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

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Transcriptional Regulation by P53  

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Inactivation of p53 is critical for the formation of most tumors. Illumination of the key function(s) of p53 protein in protecting cells from becoming cancerous is therefore a worthy goal. Arguably p53’s most important function is to act as a transcription factor that directly regulates perhaps several hundred of the cell’s RNA polymerase II (RNAP II)-transcribed genes, and indirectly regulates thousands of others. Indeed p53 is the most well studied mammalian transcription factor. The p53 tetramer binds to its response element where it can recruit diverse transcriptional coregulators such as histone modifying enzymes, chromatin remodeling factors, subunits of the mediator complex, and components of general transcription machinery and preinitiation complex (PIC) to modulate RNAPII activity at target loci (Laptenko and Prives 2006). The p53 transcriptional program is regulated in a stimulus-specific fashion (Murray-Zmijewski et al. 2008; Vousden and Prives 2009), whereby distinct subsets of p53 target genes are induced in response to different p53-activating agents, likely allowing cells to tailor their response to different types of stress. How p53 is able to discriminate between these different loci is the subject of intense research. Here, we describe key aspects of the fundamentals of p53-mediated transcriptional regulation and target gene promoter selectivity. PMID:20679336

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Christmas in July Hall of Music spends summer constructing holiday wonderland for PMO  

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. Katherine Braz A n e w S l e t t e r f o r H o u S i n g A n d f o o d S e r v i c e S e m p l o y e e S S u shifted into its summer pace. But deep in the basement of Stewart Center, the Hall of Music carpentry crew editorial Board annette Benson, university residences S. Katherine Braz, university residences Willie Cruz

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The chimaera project: an online database of animal motions  

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THE CHIMAERA PROJECT: AN ONLINE DATABASE OF ANIMAL MOTIONS A Thesis by JULIE KATHERINE GELÉ Submitted to the Office of Graduate Studies of Texas A&M University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree... of MASTER OF SCIENCE December 2007 Major Subject: Visualization Sciences THE CHIMAERA PROJECT: AN ONLINE DATABASE OF ANIMAL MOTIONS A Thesis by JULIE KATHERINE GELÉ Submitted to the Office of Graduate Studies of Texas A...

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Study of sediment resuspension due to Hurricane Carla in Lavaca Bay, Texas  

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STUDY OF SEDIMENT RESUSPENSION DUE TO IIURIGCANE CARLA IN LAVACA BAY, TEXAS A Thesis by KATHERINE LARM Submitted to the Office of Graduate Studies of Texas A &M University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER... Resuspension Due to Hurricane Carla in Lavaca Bay, Texas. (May 1998) Katherine Larm, B. S. , Columbia University Chair of Advisory Committee: Dr. Billy L. Edge Sediments are suspended and mobilized by wave-induced fluid motion and currents in the coastal...

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EDITORIAL: Focus on Dark Matter and Particle Physics  

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The quest for the nature of dark matter has reached a historical point in time, with several different and complementary experiments on the verge of conclusively exploring large portions of the parameter space of the most theoretically compelling particle dark matter models. This focus issue on dark matter and particle physics brings together a broad selection of invited articles from the leading experimental and theoretical groups in the field. The leitmotif of the collection is the need for a multi-faceted search strategy that includes complementary experimental and theoretical techniques with the common goal of a sound understanding of the fundamental particle physical nature of dark matter. These include theoretical modelling, high-energy colliders and direct and indirect searches. We are confident that the works collected here present the state of the art of this rapidly changing field and will be of interest to both experts in the topic of dark matter as well as to those new to this exciting field. Focus on Dark Matter and Particle Physics Contents DARK MATTER AND ASTROPHYSICS Scintillator-based detectors for dark matter searches I S K Kim, H J Kim and Y D Kim Cosmology: small-scale issues Joel R Primack Big Bang nucleosynthesis and particle dark matter Karsten Jedamzik and Maxim Pospelov Particle models and the small-scale structure of dark matter Torsten Bringmann DARK MATTER AND COLLIDERS Dark matter in the MSSM R C Cotta, J S Gainer, J L Hewett and T G Rizzo The role of an e+e- linear collider in the study of cosmic dark matter M Battaglia Collider, direct and indirect detection of supersymmetric dark matter Howard Baer, Eun-Kyung Park and Xerxes Tata INDIRECT PARTICLE DARK MATTER SEARCHES:EXPERIMENTS PAMELA and indirect dark matter searches M Boezio et al An indirect search for dark matter using antideuterons: the GAPS experiment C J Hailey Perspectives for indirect dark matter search with AMS-2 using cosmic-ray electrons and positrons B Beischer, P von Doetinchem, H Gast, T Kirn and S Schael Axion searches with helioscopes and astrophysical signatures for axion(-like) particles K Zioutas, M Tsagri, Y Semertzidis, T Papaevangelou, T Dafni and V Anastassopoulos The indirect search for dark matter with IceCube Francis Halzen and Dan Hooper DIRECT DARK MATTER SEARCHES:EXPERIMENTS Gaseous dark matter detectors G Sciolla and C J Martoff Search for dark matter with CRESST Rafael F Lang and Wolfgang Seidel DIRECT AND INDIRECT PARTICLE DARK MATTER SEARCHES:THEORY Dark matter annihilation around intermediate mass black holes: an update Gianfranco Bertone, Mattia Fornasa, Marco Taoso and Andrew R Zentner Update on the direct detection of dark matter in MSSM models with non-universal Higgs masses John Ellis, Keith A Olive and Pearl Sandick Dark stars: a new study of the first stars in the Universe Katherine Freese, Peter Bodenheimer, Paolo Gondolo and Douglas Spolyar Determining the mass of dark matter particles with direct detection experiments Chung-Lin Shan The detection of subsolar mass dark matter halos Savvas M Koushiappas Neutrino coherent scattering rates at direct dark matter detectors Louis E Strigari Gamma rays from dark matter annihilation in the central region of the Galaxy Pasquale Dario Serpico and Dan Hooper DARK MATTER MODELS The dark matter interpretation of the 511 keV line Céline Boehm Axions as dark matter particles Leanne D Duffy and Karl van Bibber Sterile neutrinos Alexander Kusenko Dark matter candidates Lars Bergström Minimal dark matter: model and results Marco Cirelli and Alessandro Strumia Shedding light on the dark sector with direct WIMP production Partha Konar, Kyoungchul Kong, Konstantin T Matchev and Maxim Perelstein Axinos as dark matter particles Laura Covi and Jihn E Kim

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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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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

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Stable Isotope Fractionation during Cr(III) oxidation by manganese oxides Swati Joshi (sjoshi@calstatela.edu), Wang D T (dtw@mit.edu), Ellis A S (aellis3@calstatela.edu) Johnson T M (tmjohnsn@uius.edu), Bullen T D (tdbullen@usgs.gov)  

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Cr stable isotope ratios are being used to monitor Cr redox reactions and associated environmental applications. Previous studies have shown that isotope fractionation (expressed as ?53Cr in the remaining reactant Cr(VI) pool) during Cr(VI) reduction ranges from -1.8% to -4.2 % depending on the reducing agent and processes. A few studies have also been put forth for Cr isotope fractionation during oxidation reactions but mechanisms of isotope fractionation during the oxidation process are not well understood. Oxidation of Cr(III) by pyrolusite (?-MnO2) results in Cr(VI) enriched in 53Cr by +1.1%. We present here a summary of the Cr isotope fractionation during the Cr(III) to Cr(VI) oxidation process using different manganese oxides with recent data from oxidation caused by birnessite and manganite. Both birnessite (?-MnO2) and manganite (MnOOH) are considered common secondary forms of manganese oxides. Manganite is often associated with pyrolusite and some studies have also noted the reductive transformation of birnessite to manganite. Experiments with birnessite and manganite are conducted under varying pH (4 to 6), temperature (4oC and 22oC) and concentration of Cr(III) (10 to 50 mg/L) and Mn-oxides (100 to 500 mg/L). During Cr(III) oxidation with birnessite, we observed ?53Cr of the Cr(VI) product ranging from -0.5% to -0.07%. These results differ markedly from those obtained from oxidation with pyrolusite. Here, during oxidation with birnessite, the final Cr(VI) product is depleted in the heavier isotopes, while oxidation with pyrolusite produces Cr(VI) enriched in the heavier isotopes. We attribute these differences to different rates and isotope fractionations associated with the multi-step electron exchange mechanism and to structural differences between the manganese oxides. Cr(III) oxidation on manganite is generally similar to both pyrolusite and birnessite but the different structure and mixed oxidation state of Mn may result in isotope fractionations that are different from the previous form of Mn-oxides examined. The variations in Cr isotope fractionations seen with the different oxidation mechanisms are critical in interpreting Cr stable isotopes where oxidation reactions mobilize Cr.

Joshi, S.; Wang, D.; Ellis, A. S.; Johnson, T. M.; Bullen, T. D.

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This information describes typical occupations and employment settings associated with this major. Understand that some of these options may require additional training. Moreover, you are not limited to these options when choosing a possible career path.  

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Ellis Cenarte Chambers of Commerce Cooper's Hawk Restaurant and Winery Delta Airlines Digital Blue Magazine Global Collect Google, Inc. H&A Events Imagine Exhibitions Inc. Import / Export Companies Inter

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75 FR 15450 - Oklahoma; Major Disaster and Related Determinations  

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75 FR 11949 - Oklahoma Disaster # OK-00035  

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Rules and methods: a sociology of subcultural knowledge and practice  

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, 1970; Ellis, 1964; Freund, 1960). Within the arena of sexuality, the effects of social learning are most salient in gender-role socialization. Various socializing agents quite effectively teach young males to be masculine in manner and attitude...

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SAVANNA -BIBLIOGRAPHY: Publications and Reports Using the SAVANNA Model Coughenour, M. B. 1992. Spatial modeling and landscape characterization of an African pastoral  

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on Sustainable Use of Rangelands and Desertification Control. Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. November 1996. ellis: a simulation model-based assessment. Report to U.S. Geological Survey, Biological Resources Division and the U

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Foundations Annual Report 2012> Foundations Annual Report 2012  

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....................................................................................................52 EDITOR Trinity P. Massey ASSOCIATE EDITOR Elli E. Goyette ART DIRECTOR Jim E. Brown PHOTOGRAPHY Chuck Thomas, Matthew Sullivan, Rick Voight, Ronald Atkinson, ODU Athletics, and Educational Marketing

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foundations annual report 2 3Foundations Annual Report 2011  

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: Jim E. Brown Photography: Chuck Thomas, Educational Marketing Group, Amy Bare Photography, Gene......................................................................... 48 Table of Contents credits Editor: Trinity P. Massey Associate Editor: Elli E. Goyette Art Director

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foundations annual report 2 Foundations Annual Report 2011  

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: Jim E. Brown Photography: Chuck Thomas, Educational Marketing Group, Amy Bare Photography, Gene......................................................................... 48 Table of Contents credits Editor: Trinity P. Massey Associate Editor: Elli E. Goyette Art Director

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A comparison of frontal and continuous systems of grazing  

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Systems of Grazing. (May 1991) Fabian de Achaval O'Farrell, Ingeniero en Produccion Agropecuhria, Universidad Catolica Argentina; Chair of Advisory Committee: Dr. W. C. Ellis The objectives of this research were to: 1) compare ADG and gain...

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40 CFR 55.15 - Specific designation of corresponding onshore areas.  

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...55.15 Specific designation of corresponding onshore areas. (a) California. (1) The South Coast Air Quality Management District is designated as the COA for the following OCS facilities: Edith, Ellen, Elly, and Eureka....

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wvBLACK DIAMONDS table of contents  

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in engineering and management. He was president of Martin County Coal during his last 18 years in the industry. "Depending on the time of day, the pace of Xuzhou varied," said Ellis. "Sometimes we would venture out during

Mohaghegh, Shahab

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

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...Barton County, Cheyenne County, Decatur County, Ellis County, Gove County, Graham County, Logan County, Ness County, Norton County, Osborne County, Phillips County, Rawlins County, Rooks County, Rush County, Russell County, Sheridan County,...

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

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

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

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Production and Feeding of Forage Sorghum in Texas.  

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, bloom inches Atlas group Atlas Axtell Amber group Black Amber Chinese Amber Rancher Red Amber Collier ,group Collier Kansas Collier Brawley Colman Crystal Drip Denton Dutch Boy Dwarf Ashburn Ellis Folger Fremont Gooseneck Gooseneck...

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The luminosity function and surface brightness distribution of H I selected Martin A. Zwaan,1,2P  

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. Zwaan,1,2P Frank H. Briggs2 and David Sprayberry3 1 Astrophysics Group, School of Physics, University, Ellis & Shanks 1988; Koo & Kron 1992), but to quantify this problem a reliable measurement of the faint

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Easter 2013 www.bluesci.co.uk  

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University science magazine Northern Lights . Open-Source . Cryptography Energy Saving . Mount Everest before he treks out, Elly Smith talks to Dr Andrew Murray about science on Everest Initiatives Elizabeth

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Volga German Dialect of Schoenchen, Kansas  

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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 ...

Johnson, D. Chris

1994-01-01

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Immunisation of mice against neosporosis Anna Lundena,*, Stephen Wrightb  

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and more towards the Th2 type, when compared with the other immunisation schedules. This is consistent is an intracellular protozoan parasite closely related to Toxoplasma gondii (Ellis et al., 1994; Holmdahl et al., 1994

Allen, Judith

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It's Just Stress, Right? A Case Study on the Endocrine System  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

Ellie is a struggling college student on the brink of failing her physiology course; not surprisingly, she exhibits many classic signs of stress. However, a visit to the health clinic reveals that she may be suffering from more than just stress. In this interrupted case, students first read about Ellie’s signs and symptoms and use a series of guided questions to make predictions about her test results and diagnosis. After Ellie receives her diagnosis, students must then explain the test results based on their knowledge of the function and regulation of the thyroid gland, and investigate various options for treatment. Designed for a two-semester undergraduate anatomy and physiology course, the case could be adapted for use in an undergraduate physiology or endocrinology course.

Sheri L. Boyce

2010-01-01

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Rhipocephalus phoenix WNC2003-013  

NSDL National Science Digital Library

WNC2003-013, Rhipocephalus phoenix (J. Ellis & Solander) Kuetzing, drift, Negril, west end of Jamaica, 09 December 2003, a young thallus and tentative identification, Coll: Janet Hill, Det: DW Freshwater.

Dr. Wilson Freshwater

2006-03-21

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35. View of flame and torch platform looking east with ...  

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

35. View of flame and torch platform looking east with New York harbor, Ellis Island and lower Manhattan in background. May 1984. - Statue of Liberty, Liberty Island, Manhattan, New York, New York County, NY

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We would like to thank all those listed below for taking the time to review for the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition in 2013 -your generosity is much appreciated and we hope your association with the  

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. Branch, J David Brand-Miller, Jennie Branum, Amy Broderick, TL Brouwer, Ingeborg Brown, Rebecca Buchholz Eliassen, Heather Ellegard, Lars Elliott, Ruan Ellis, Julia El-Sohemy, Ahmed Eriksson, Johan Esco, Michael

Cai, Long

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Research Priorities in the Insular Pacific  

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for this effort consisted of Ronald Baird, Jason Biggs, Simon Ellis, Murray Ford, Christopher Hawkins, Maria Haws Brown, Peter Craig, Doug Fenner, Jeremy Goldberg, Lucy Jacob, Domingo Ochavillo, Marlowe Sabater, Ray

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78 FR 14217 - Control of Alcohol and Drug Use: Addition of Post-Accident Toxicological Testing for Non...  

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...post-accident tests for alcohol and marijuana, cocaine, phencyclidine...resulting risks from untreated medical conditions could outweigh the...interests employees have in their medical information and expressed...S. ELLIS, ESQ. (2005) MEDICAL STANDARDS FOR RAILROAD...

2013-03-05

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Annals of Glaciology 50(52) 2009 87 Stickslip behavior of ice streams: modeling investigations  

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of Geophysical Sciences, University of Chicago, 5734 South Ellis Avenue, Chicago, IL 60637, USA 3 Hydrospheric fundamental way to describe seismic and coseismic movements associated with earthquakes at plate boundaries

Boyce, C. Kevin

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Europhys. Lett., 52 (2), pp. 137143 (2000) EUROPHYSICS LETTERS 15 October 2000  

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Institute, The University of Chicago 5640 South Ellis Avenue, Chicago, IL 60637, USA (received 18 February this regime is relevant to soil mechanics and geology (earthquakes and pyroclastic flows, for example [3

Debrégeas, Georges

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The Plant Journal (1997) 12(5), 1197-1211 TECHNICAL ADVANCE  

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and Michelmore, 1985), flax (Ellis etaL, 1995), tomato (Dixon etaL, 1996; Jones etal., 1994) and maize (Richter etaL, 1995). Similarly, molecular evidence suggests the flax rust resistance locus, M, consists

Málaga, Universidad de

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77 FR 27849 - Qualification of Drivers; Exemption Applications; Vision  

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...They are: Guy M. Alloway (OR) Joe W. Brewer (SC) Larry D. Buchanan (NM) Donald D. Dunphy (VA) James W. Ellis...the exemption of a driver. Issued on: April 30, 2012. Larry W. Minor, Associate Administrator for Policy. [FR...

2012-05-11

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

USGS Publications Warehouse

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.

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

2013-01-01