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C-wild knots 

He, Yunlin (2013-04-16)
Here we give a definition of infinite connected sum of tame knots and define a C-wild knot to be an infinite connected sum of tame knots whose wild points form a Cantor set. We further give a classification of C-wild ...

C4-Factorizations with Two Associate Classes 

Tiemeyer, Michael (2010-04-29)
Let $K = K(a,p;\lambda_{1},\lambda_{2})$ be the multigraph with: the number of vertices in each part equal to $a$; the number of parts equal to $p$; the number of edges joining any two vertices of the same part equal to ...

Caffeine Content of National and Store Brand Carbonated Beverages 

Chou, Ken-Hong (2006-12-15)
Caffeine is a well-known stimulant which is added as an ingredient to various carbonated soft drinks. Caffeine has drawn more attention due to its physiological effects beyond that of its stimulatory effect. Consumers are ...

Calcium Availability to Runner-type Peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) in the Southeastern United States 

Yang, Rui (2014-12-15)
Sandy soils in major peanut producing areas in the southeastern United States may be low in plant available Ca. Insufficient Ca supply to developing peanut may result in undeveloped pods and finally low yield, substandard ...

Calibration of Fatigue Transfer Functions for Mechanistic-Empirical Flexible Pavement Design 

Priest, Angela (2005-12-15)
As agencies continue to adopt mechanistic-empirical (M-E) pavement design, the need for locally calibrated transfer functions will continue to increase. Transfer functions are the critical link from mechanical pavement ...

Can a Horse Learn While Under the Influence of a Tranquilizer (acepromazine maleate)? 

Griffith, Samantha (2006-12-15)
Although tranquilizers commonly are used as “training aids,” little is known about how this practice affects efficiency of learning in the horse. Forty mature horses were used to compare learning performance of tranquilized ...

Can Deliberation Occur? Student Decision-Making about Controversial Political Issues in Online, Face-to-Face, and Blended Formats 

Busbin, William (2013-07-19)
This study investigated the influence of format on the ability of students to reach a collective decision regarding a controversial political issue through the deliberation process. Three deliberation iterations were ...

Can Health and Wellness Education Programs Help Decrease the Number of New Incidences? A Study of the HIV/AIDS Pandemic in Malawi 

Callaway, Latasha (2014-07-11)
This study entails a secondary data analysis and a proposed program model for the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Malawi. Addressing key issues such as what is the best way to decrease the number of new incidences of HIV/AIDS in ...

Candidate Reactions to Three Assessment Center Exercises: A Field Study 

Becton, J. (2005-08-15)
Following a multidimensional procedural justice framework, the current study examined the reactions of candidates completing an assessment center for promotion within a police department. The main purpose of this research ...

Canine and Feline Differences in the Cytochrome P450 Transcriptome and Drug Metabolism 

Visser, Marike (2018-04-17)
Cytochrome P450 (CYP) is an important enzyme superfamily, estimated to metabolize 70-90% of pharmaceuticals. Use of pharmaceuticals with at least 30% metabolism by CYP in humans require phenotyping to determine the CYP ...

Canine Design: Creating the Modern Dog Park 

Doyle, Don (2006-05-15)
With the growing popularity of dogs being considered members of the family within the United States, many cities are now providing dog parks along with their traditional playgrounds, to be used by the community. Modern ...

Cannabinoid: A Potential Anti-Cancer Agent for Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma 

Omer, Saba (2021-07-23)
The non-Hodgkin lymphomas (NHLs) are a heterogeneous family of lymphoid malignancies and are one of the most commonly diagnosed neoplasm in both dogs and humans. Systemic anticancer chemotherapy is the treatment of choice ...

Capabilities of Primary Students Participating in a Sport Education Physical Education Unit 

Layne, Todd (2012-04-30)
Research has supported the use of Sport Education in physical education. The majority of studies have focused on its use in elementary, secondary, and higher education. Little research has been completed in regards to the ...

Capacitive Sensors and their Interface Circuits 

Rane, Aditi (2010-04-06)
An innovative technique has been developed to interface to capacitive sensors. This is a new technique where the unknown capacitance is connected with a resistance to generate a relative change of frequency in a CMOS ...

The Captain America Conundrum: Issues of Patriotism, Race, and Gender in Captain America Comic Books, 1941-2001 

Hall, Richard (2011-08-04)
“The Captain America Conundrum: Issues of Patriotism, Race, and Gender in Captain America Comic Books, 1941-2001” represents a comprehensive examination of Captain America comic books as a primary source for the study ...

Capture and Mortality Rates of Largemouth Bass at Guntersville and Wheeler Reservoirs, Alabama 

Buckingham, Jeffrey (2016-06-13)
Catch-and-release angling for Largemouth Bass Micropterus salmoides has substantially increased since the 1980s, yet few studies have assessed the population-level consequences of these activities. Guntersville and Wheeler ...

Capturing Forest Dynamics in Hydrological Modeling 

Haas, Henrique (2020-08-14)
Forests can cover a significant portion of watersheds and affect rainfall interception, water losses through evapotranspiration (ET), surface runoff, and aquifer recharge. Despite their critical role in the hydrologic ...

Carbocyclic C-Nucleosides Derived from Formycin 

He, Mingzhu (2008-12-15)
Analogs of naturally occurring nucleosides have served as structural models for the design of antitumor, antiviral, and antibacterial agents. Some modified nucleosides have become major therapeutic agents for the treatment ...

Carbohydrate Nanoparticles: A Novel Drug Delivery Platform for the Systemic Route 

Basu, Sarkar (2006-12-15)
With the phenomenal developments in the fields of biotechnology and molecular biology, the focus in the medical fraternity is shifting towards cellular level intervention. The use of polypeptides, proteins and possibly ...

Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling in a Peanut-Cotton-Bahiagrass Rotation 

Audrey, Gamble (2013-12-11)
Restoration of soil fertility is important in the peanut-producing portion of the Coastal Plain, where many soils are highly weathered, structurally weak, and low in fertility as a result of intense row cropping. A ...