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“For Youth for Life” An Online Education System Usability and Security Improvement 

Talluri, Nayana Teja (2015-05-08)
The FYFL (For Youth For Life) application is used to perform website functions which helps learning among communities across many content areas, supports the 4-H badge management system and creates users of different levels. ...

Forage Production Characteristics and Performance of Growing Beef Heifers Grazing Native Warm-Season Grass Mixtures 

Nichols, Caroline (2019-11-18)
A 2-yr study was conducted at Black Belt Research and Extension Center in Marion Junction, AL to evaluate the effect of nitrogen (N) fertilizer application rate on forage production, nutritive value, sward characteristics, ...

Forage Quality and Nutrient Uptake Potential of Triticale 

Britton, Christopher (2010-08-23)
Two triticale cultivars, Trical® 342 and Trical® 2700, were amended with 3 fertilizer treatments: commercial nitrogen (N) fertilizer, broiler litter, or control (no treatment). Forage yield, forage quality, and concentration ...

Forage quality, animal performences, and carcass traits of steers finished on winter annual ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum Lam.) pasture with varying levels of corn supplementation 

Roberts, Sean (2005-12-15)
Crossbred steers (n=72) from E.V. Smith Beef Research Unit resident herd were selected to study forage based finishing systems using winter annual ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum Lam.) with varying levels of supplementation. ...

Forage Type Effects on Beef Cattle Performance and Carcass Traits 

Frank, Abby (2009-05-06)
Non-implanted Angus crossbred steers from Auburn University’s Wiregrass Research and Extension Center resident herd in Headland, Alabama were used for a two-year forage-finishing study. In January 2006 (n = 18) and December ...

Foraging and Spatial Ecology of Red Wolves (Canis rufus) in Northeastern North Carolina 

Dellinger, Justin (2011-03-30)
Red wolves (Canis rufus) are critically endangered, with <150 individuals in the only wild population. I collected scats (fecal deposits) of red wolves from that population for 2 consecutive pup-rearing seasons. Packs ...

Forbidding Monchromatic and Rainbow Cycles and Families of Cycles 

DeMars, Derrick (2023-05-01)
In this dissertation, we avoid certain cycles and families of cycles in complete graphs. Introduced by Axenovich and Choi \cite{2011NoteMonotonicity}, the mixed Ramsey spectrum, $\mrs{F}{H}$, is the set of numbers $k$ ...

Forecasting Transformative AI 

Gruetzemacher, Richard Ross (2020-07-20)
Technological forecasting is challenging, and the forecasting of AI progress is even more challenging. Forecasting transformative AI – AI that has great potential for societal transformation – which presents even more ...

Foreign and US-Educated Faculty Members’ Views on What Constitutes Excellent Teaching 

Ismail, Emad (2014-07-11)
This study aimed to identify key views of foreign-educated who teach in American universities on what constitutes excellence in teaching based on different demographics using online version of the Teacher Behavior Checklist ...

Foreign Language Vocabulary Learning Strategies: Patterns of use among college students 

Han, Yi (2014-07-24)
The purpose of the current study was to (a) uncover the underlying factors of foreign language vocabulary learning strategies, taking both alphabet-based languages (ABL) and character-based languages (CBL) into consideration; ...

Forensic Analysis of a Large Volume Rack Building Impacted by Hurricane Michael (2018) 

Roberts, Jonathan (2021-12-02)  ETD File Embargoed
Metal building systems (MBS) are extremely common and frequently used in commercial, industrial, and warehouse applications thus serving critical roles in local economies. Damage sustained to these buildings through extreme ...

Forest Inventory and Grassland Restoration Planning of Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama 

Perkins, John (2023-04-27)  ETD File Embargoed
Redstone Arsenal (RSA) is the largest landholding in the Tennessee River Valley of Alabama, encompassing 36,000 acres. This region was once dominated by expansive savannas, largely dominated by oak (Quercus spp.) and pines ...

Forgiveness of Historical and Current Racial Offenses: A Study of Intergroup Forgiveness Among African Americans 

Erguner, Tekinalp (2007-05-15)
The purpose of this dissertation is to explore the conditions needed for historically oppressed groups to forgive historical offenses and current experiences of racial/ethnic offenses. This study includes a sample of 147 ...

Forgone but not Forgotten: A Job and Leisure Crafting Perspective of how Employees Fulfill Their Unanswered Entrepreneurial Identity Aspirations 

Hamrick, Alexander (2023-05-04)  ETD File Embargoed
Aspirations to be an entrepreneur motivate individuals to take entrepreneurial action and to work towards starting a new venture. It is unclear, however, how these entrepreneurial aspirations influence full-time employees’ ...

The Forgotten Fountain Pen: The historical significance of the fountain pen in twentieth-century American society 

Busby, Charles (2017-04-17)
This thesis addresses the adoption, popularity, decline, and revival of the fountain pen in American culture and society over the twentieth century. It examines how the World Wars and Great Depression interacted to influence ...

A Forgotten Leader: Exploring the Experiences of African American Male School Leaders in Addressing the Disciplinary Outcomes of African American Students 

Sinclair, Damian J. (2023-06-16)  ETD File Embargoed
The purpose of this research study was to explore the stories and experiences African American male school administrators have in addressing the disciplinary outcomes of African American students in the state of Alabama ...

Formation and Cleaning of Mineral Scale on Evaporative Cooling Pads Using a Farm Well-Water Source 

Griggs, Kelly (2024-04-12)  ETD File Embargoed
Well water is used as a primary supply for the evaporative cooling system on many poultry farms. The water quality from wells varies widely. Many producers have issues with the water being over-saturated with minerals that ...

Formation and Passivation of Sub-Nanoliter Droplets for High Throughput Biological Assay Platforms 

DeJournette, Cheryl (2014-07-24)
In Vitro Compartmentalization (IVC) is a technique that utilizes water-in-oil emulsion droplets of fL – nL volume to compartmentalize and perform biological reactions and assays in parallel. At its highest capacity it has ...

The Formation of Iron Ore at the Keystone Skarn, Puerto Rico 

Patrick, Jessica (2023-08-04)  ETD File Embargoed
Iron (Fe) is essential to modern life, primarily for its use in steel. Understanding the processes that transport and deposit Fe within the crust is crucial to finding and evaluating Fe deposits for economic potential. The ...

Forming Therapeutic Alliances across the Milieu: Clinical Implications and Challenges of Working with Adjudicated Adolescent Males in Residential Treatment 

Cyperski, Melissa (2016-07-22)
Forming a positive and collaborative relationship with a therapist is perceived to be one of the key change agents in the psychotherapeutic process (Bordin, 1979). While a limited number of studies have examined the factors ...