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Culturability of potential pathogenic bacteria in a co-digestion anaerobic digester system
Anaerobic digestion (AD) has the potential to reduce organic wastes and produce renewable energy from the degradation of organic materials to produce biogas. However, mixed substrate anaerobic digesters may create a ...
Shifting Standards of Unfairness in Romantic Relationships
The current study sought to investigate whether differential appraisals of online relationship transgressions made by victims and perpetrators in romantic relationships can be accounted for by incongruent unfairness ...
Effect of pH on cadmium toxicity and associated gene expression in Escherichia Coli
Metals can exert toxic effects on microorganisms. It has been widely reported that lowering environmental pH reduces cadmium toxicity in bacteria. Understanding mechanisms by which pH mediates cadmium toxicity would be ...
Loneliness, Group Relevance, and Creativity
The main goal of this study was to examine loneliness as an impetus or hindrance for creativity. In order to do so, loneliness was manipulated. Loneliness was primed by asking participants to visualize themselves as ...
Threat level midnight: stereotype threat's negative impact on women's career and major choices
While women have closed the gender gap in many science and engineering fields, math-intensive fields continue to lack representation of women. One potential cause is stereotype threat. Previous research has shown that ...
11-and 3-hydroxyprogesterone as a pregnancy tracking hormone-metabolite in 13-lined ground squirrels (ictimodys tridecemlineatus)
Thirteen-lined ground squirrels (13LGS; Ictidomys tridecemlineatus) are small, omnivorous, fossorial, hibernating sciurid rodents. As favored models for studies of hibernation and conebased visual function, they have ...
THE HEALTH BELIEFS AND PRACTICES OF THE AMISH
The Amish are a large religious and cultural group with roots in Ohio, Indiana, and Pennsylvania. Smaller communities of Amish can be found throughout 27 states, including Wisconsin. The population of Amish continues to ...
INACTIVATION OF COMPETING PATHWAYS AND INCREASED GENE COPIES FOR ENHANCED ISOPRENE PRODUCTION IN SYNECHOCOCCUS SP. PCC 7002 CYANOBACTERIA
Renewable energy resources are necessary for a sustainable environment, energy independence, and national security. Cyanobacteria (blue-green microalgae) hold great potential as sources of sustainable bioproducts because ...
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