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  • Date of Work: 2012-11-09
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    • Mathematical simulations provide a means of gaining greater insight in the development of novel technologies related to ultrasound imaging. This imaging modality is regarded as a preferred diagnostic technique, as ultrasound has the benefit of not...
    • Andrew P. Santoso
    • Simulating Ultrasound Echo Signals Using MATLAB

    • 2012-11-09
    • Transcriptional control is critical for protein expression and function. There are a host of transcription regulator proteins that allow organisms to effectively respond to a host of environmental stressors and conditions. Metals act as cofactors...
    • Elizabeth C. Eckert; Kaila M. Schoenberger
    • YdfL: A proposed efflux regulator of YdfM

    • 2012-11-09
    • Transcriptional control is critical for protein expression and function. There are a host of transcription regulator proteins that allow organisms to effectively respond to a host of environmental stressors and conditions. Metals act as cofactors...
    • Elizabeth C. Eckert; Kaila M. Schoenberger
    • YdfL: A proposed efflux regulator of YdfM

    • 2012-11-09
    • Immigration downside vs. benefits to communities: A case study Linda Landry*, Maribel Bird Viterbo University One of the main charges against welcoming immigrants to communities in many cities in the US includes the alleged depletion of resources...
    • Linda C. Laundry
    • Immigrant's downside vs. benefits to communities: A case study

    • 2012-11-09
    • The following study on the epistemological beliefs of social work students was done in response to the lack of research that has previously been conducted in this area. Prior research in other disciplines indicates that knowledge of students'...
    • MaryErin N. Mueller; Megan M. Lewis
    • Epistemological Beliefs of Social Work Students

    • 2012-11-09
    • This study looks at the missional ecclesiology of particular Roman Catholic parishes 50 years after the Second Vatican Council. The Vatican II Council, in 1961, was the Catholic Church's attempt to return to the teachings and practices that...
    • Kaitlyn M. Hamann
    • Reading Lumen Gentium Into the 21st Century

    • 2012-11-09
    • The Arab world has been greatly impacted as a result of the Arab uprising over the last two years. The impact of the uprising has spread across the Arab region and has been exemplified in both peace and violence. The Arab Spring will become a...
    • Erik M. Larson
    • Arab Awakening; The Dawn of a New Revolution

    • 2012-11-09
    • William Shakespeare's Sonnet 116 has been characterized by many scholars as defining love. This characterization overlooks why the sonnet's speaker is even attempting to define love in the first place; thus, this definition theory is incomplete by...
    • Jordan M. Weiker
    • Shakespeare's Not: Sonnet 116 as a Rebuttal

    • 2012-11-09
    • One-room schools are an important part of American educational history. They hold a nostalgic place in the hearts and psyches of many Americans. This research documents the current status of one-room schools and illustrates their place in history....
    • Rachel E. Hoscheit
    • Legacy of the One-room School

    • 2012-11-09
    • Fluviicola taffensis is a gram negative fresh water bacterium which was studied in conjunction with the Joint Genomic Institute. Bioinformatics analysis of the genome sequence revealed that the genome was missing the MutH and DAM proteins within...
    • Marshall K. Engstrom
    • Characterization of the MutL protein in Fluviicola taffensis

    • 2012-11-09
    • Invasive Asian carp are a significant problem in the United States today. These rapidly multiplying species have been accredited to decreasing native species diversity by destroying habitat and reducing aquatic food sources. At this time, there are...
    • Victoria R. Kohout
    • Synthesis of a Potential Carp Toxicant

    • 2012-11-09
    • Asian carp are considered to be an invasive species which causes a major concern that the carp might establish a population in the Great Lakes area and have major economic implications. One possible method of controlling the Asian carp population...
    • Sara E. Junk
    • Synthesis of a Possible Selective Carp Toxicant

    • 2012-11-09
    • Invasive Asian carp are becoming a problem in the Mississippi Valley River Basin. This has caused fear that the carp will invade the Great Lakes System and harm the fishing industry by using valuable resources needed by the native species which...
    • Meghan C. Rinehart
    • Synthesis of GD-174 Analog

    • 2012-11-09

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