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Resource Use and Waste Production at a Semi-Intensive Black Tiger Prawn Penaeus Monodon Farm 

Pengseng, Puan (2007-08-15)
A study of resource use and waste production was conducted at the Aqualma shrimp farm in Madagascar . This farm has 685 ha of grow-out ponds where black tiger prawn Peneaus monodon are produced by semi-intensive production ...

Respiratory Physiology of Urban Insects 

DeVries, Zachary (2013-07-10)
Respiratory physiology of urban insects was studied. Specific urban insect pests studied included silverfish, Lepisma saccharina L., firebrats, Thermobia domestica (Packard), and bed bugs, Cimex lectularius L. All of ...

Response of Aquatic Biota to Changing Land Use Pattern in Streams of West Georgia, USA 

Helms, Brian (2008-05-15)
Watershed land use change is one of the most pervasive influences facing streams in the southeastern United States. In particular, watershed urbanization has a potentially dramatic impact on stream biota. Through direct ...

Response of Deep Foundations to Seismic Loads in Alabama 

Kane, Kevin M. (2013-08-21)
Deep foundations are commonly used as foundation elements for bridges in Alabama. Due to the implementation of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Load and Resistance Factor ...

Response of diazotrophic microbial community to nitrogen input and glyphosate application in soils cropped to soybean 

Fan, Lu (2013-11-01)
The diversity of the diazotrophic community was influenced by soil pH, soil organic carbon content, soil depth, nitrogen input, and seasonal change; liming appeared to be the most important factor affecting the nifH gene ...

Response of Hydroponic Bibb Lettuce (Lactuca sativa) to Chloride Additives in Integrated Aquaculture Systems 

Beauchamp, William (2011-04-07)
Agricultural managers are continually looking for ways to increase production while at the same time reduce costly inputs. One such way is an integration of two or more crops or production systems. Sustainability is a ...

Response of Pinus taeda L. Families to Root-Inhabiting Ophiostomatoid Fungi 

Devkota, Pratima (2017-07-25)
Pinus taeda (loblolly pine), a most widely cultivated timber species in the southern U.S., creates 110,000 job opportunities and contributes 30 billion dollars per year to the economy. However, insect-vectored root-infecting ...

Response of Resistant Pepper Varieties to Viruses in the Genus Potyvirus 

Velasquez Velasquez, Nubia (2011-05-18)
Potyviruses are a persistent threat to bell pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) production worldwide. We have expended much effort to study the resistance response of pepper cultivars at cellular and whole plant levels. To evaluate ...

Response of Susceptible and Putative Resistant Goosegrass (Eleusine indica) Populations to Protoporphyrinogen Oxidase Inhibitors 

Head, William (2017-12-08)
Goosegrass is considered one of the five most troublesome weeds in the world (Holm, 1991). Goosegrass is commonly found in high traffic and stress areas where the desired turf is thin and vulnerable for weed infestations. ...

Response of Vegetation and Avian Communities to Retention Harvests in a Mixed-pine Forest in Northern Alabama 

Sterling, Rachelle (2013-05-14)
Retention harvests are commonly used silvicultural methods that mimic natural disturbance and create a mosaic of mature and early-successional habitats which may simultaneously provide habitat for both mature-forest and ...

Response-Consequence Contingency Discriminability When Positive and Negative Reinforcement Compete in Concurrent Schedules 

Magoon, Michael (2005-08-15)
Four experiments were conducted to test the qualitative prediction of contingency discriminability theory that any difference in type between the consequences of concurrently available discriminated operants will heighten ...

Resting Metabolism and Metabolic Responses to Solid and Liquid Meals in Sedentary and Exercising College-Age Males 

Ratcliff, Lance (2008-08-15)
Differences in resting metabolic rate (RMR) were measured in a total of 29 sedentary and exercising college-age males, as were their metabolic responses (diet-induced thermogenesis, DIT) to solid and liquid meals. Subject ...

Restoration of Native Plants Through Chemical Control of Alligatorweed (Alternanthera philoxeroides) at Eufaula National Wildlife Refuge 

Allen, Shannon (2006-08-15)
Moist-soil management is a technique used to improve quality of wetland habitats for a variety of waterbird species, but alien invasive plant species may impact success of moist-soil management. Alligatorweed (Alternanthera ...

Restrictive Eating and Risk for Suicidal Behavior: An Application of the Interpersonal-Psychological Theory of Suicide 

Zuromski, Kelly (2014-05-01)
Though the relationship between methods of dieting and suicidal behavior has been established (e.g., Crow et al., 2008), existing studies have not examined mechanisms underlying this relationship. This study sought to ...

Retail Spatial Design with a Racetrack Aisle Network Considering Revenue and Adjacencies 

Yapicioglu, Haluk (2008-12-15)
In this dissertation, a novel model for the retail store design problem is proposed. The new approach consists of placing departments in a racetrack configuration within the store subject to area and shape constraints. ...

Rethinking African American Protest: Freaknik and the Civil Rights Legacy of Atlanta 

Stockus, Pete (2012-08-17)
During the late 1980s and early 90s, Atlanta played host to the spring break festival Freaknik. A gathering of Historically Black College and University students and African American youth, Freaknik came to challenge the ...

Retrieval Blocking Supports the Testing Effect with All-of-the-Above Questions on a Multiple-Choice Test 

Paneerselvam, Bavani (2015-05-08)
Poorly constructed multiple-choice-questions (MCQ) can have dire consequences on students' exam performance (e.g. negative testing effect). For example, either increasing the answer options (Roediger & Marsh, 2005) or ...

Retrospective Reports of Perceived Parenting Style and Current Alcohol Use in a College Sample 

Brooks, Shalonda (2008-05-15)
The effects of parenting style on behavioral outcomes have been well examined in early and middle childhood. Using Baumrind’s typology of parenting (warmth and control), studies have shown that parents who report using an ...

A Return-Risk Analysis of Traditional Row Crop and Sod-Based Rotations in the Wiregrass Region of Alabama 

Prevatt, Christopher (2013-05-14)
This study seeks to determine whether the sod-based rotation system provides farmers with a system that outperforms the traditional production system with respect to returns and risk. If the sod-based rotation system is ...

Revalidating DNA Damage Inducible 1 Homolog II (DDI2) as a Novel Target for the Treatment of Cancer 

Ibtisam, Ibtisam (2023-05-04)
Cancer cells are under proteotoxic stress and are more sensitive to the perturbation of protein quality control pathways than normal cells. The proteasome is a critical component of the protein quality control machinery. ...