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    • Cardiovascular effects : rebounding versus jogging on untrained college females 

      Forrest, Mary Jane (1982-07)
      Untrained college aged females (n = 45) were studied to determine if 7 wk rebounding and jogging programs would elicit similar cardiovascular training effects. The 13 joggers, 19 rebounders, and 13 controls who ranged in ...
    • Cardiovascular effects of black versus English walnut consumption 

      Fitschen, Peter (2010-05-03)
      English walnuts have been shown to decrease cardiovascular disease risk; however, black walnuts have not been studied for their cardioprotective effects. The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of English ...
    • CareVoyant patient portal 

      Perkinian, Vinoth (2010-04)
      Information technology (IT) has the potential to improve the quality, safety, and efficiency of healthcare applications by providing new methods and techniques to healthcare providers and patients to readily access and use ...
    • A case study of recreation programs serving warriors in transition 

      Frisch, Andrea N. (2013-08)
      The purpose of this case study was to explore the recreation programs on two US military installations serving Wounded Warriors in Warrior in Transition Battalions. A multisite case study method was used. Primary data ...
    • The Catalyst 

      Eschenbaum, Natalie; Fleig, Elizabeth; Imming, Laura (University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, 2009-12)
    • Caves, plazas, and Gods: the impact of geomorphology on Taino utilization of ceremonial sites 

      Schwantes, Katharine (2011)
      The Classic Taino culture was spread across Puerto Rico and Hispaniola. Their shamanistic religious beliefs included spirits and gods, referred to as zemis, which were tied into the landscape. Geology had influence on not ...
    • CBA Newsletter 2006 Fall 

      University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. College of Business Administration (University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. College of Business Administration, 2006)
    • CBA Newsletter 2006 Spring 

      University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. College of Business Administration (University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. College of Business Administration, 2006)
    • CBA Newsletter 2007 Fall 

      University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. College of Business Administration (University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. College of Business Administration, 2007)
    • CBA Newsletter 2007 Spring 

      University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. College of Business Administration (University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. College of Business Administration, 2007)
    • CBA Newsletter 2008 Fall 

      University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. College of Business Administration (University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. College of Business Administration, 2008-09)
    • CBA Newsletter 2008 Spring 

      University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. College of Business Administration (University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. College of Business Administration, 2008-02)
    • CBA Newsletter 2009 Fall 

      University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. College of Business Administration (2009-09)
    • CBA Newsletter 2009 Spring 

      University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. College of Business Administration (University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. College of Business Administration, 2009-02)
    • CBA Newsletter 2010 Spring 

      University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. College of Business Administration (University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. College of Business Administration, 2010)
    • The cecal microbial community's response to hibernation of thirteen-lined ground squirrels 

      Sherony, Victor K. (2018-09-06)
      The presence of microbial communities within the gastrointestinal tract is extremely important. Intestinal associated microbial populations established immediately after birth and the population is maintained by diet. ...
    • The cecal microbial community's response to hibernation within thirteen- lined ground squirrels 

      Sherony, Victor K. (2018-05)
      The presence of microbial communities within the gastrointestinal tract is extremely important. Intestinal associated microbial populations are established immediately after birth and the population is maintained by diet. ...
    • A Census and Basic Needs Survey of the Hmong Population of La Crosse 

      Bruder, Harry V. (1985)
      A survey was developed and implemented to acquire information regarding the demographic nature of the La Crosse Hmong population and their specific needs. The information documented was: total population and ages, English ...
    • Change in pace during time trials in relation to hazard score 

      Speaker, Corey (2011-12)
      Background: Pacing strategies are developed to avoid critical homeostatic disturbances. These disturbances can be monitored using the Rating of Perceived Exertion (RPE) scale. To maintain homeostasis and have optimal rate ...
    • Changes during a growing season in aboveground net primary production of a Minnesota goat prairie 

      Peterson, Jonathan Glenn (1983-08)
      Goat prairies are large, steep prairies with shallow soil which exist on south-facing bluffs of the upper Mississippi River. A goat prairie with no signs of disturbance located in extreme southeastern Minnesota was sampled ...