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Aerial stem and leaf-scale anatomy of Monotropa uniflora L. -- a descriptive study
Light microscopic investigation of the aerial stem and leaf-scale anatomy of heterotrophic Monotropa uniflora L. confirmed major clues supportive of a probable photosynthetic ancestor. Observation and measurement of callose ...
Annual Report 1975/76
(University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Murphy Library, 1976)
Needs and problems of commuter students at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
The research which is to follow was undertaken to investigate and identify needs and problems of commuter students at the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse. This segment of the student population represents approximately ...
An investigation of college student drinking behaviors and selected personality variables
Past research had shown college trained professionals as having more tendencies toward drinking problems than other socioeconomic groups. This study attempted to determine whether or not significant relationships existed ...
The vascular flora and phytosociology of navigation pool #8, the upper Mississippi River
This thesis deals with the vascular flora and its phytosociology in Navigation Pool #8 of the Upper Mississippi River. The habitats of the area are, for the most part, influenced by permanent or temporal inundation by the ...
Age, growth, and food habits of catostomidae in pool 8 of the Upper Mississippi River
Age, growth, and food habits of ten catostomids from Pool 8 of of the Upper Mississippi River were determined. The catostomids studied were the bigmouth buffalo (Ictiobus cyprinellus Valenciennes), small-mouth buffalo ...
Relationship of grip strength and tennis ability
The intent of this study was to determine if grip strength is a significant factor in measuring tennis ability. (Will students with greater grip strength score higher on tennis ability tests)? The tennis ability tests used ...
Survey of audiovisual material usage in individual guided education, secondary
Accountability, budget scrutiny, and taxpayer revolt create budgetary conflicts for educators facing competition from audio and visual entertainment, increased material to be taught, and the development of individualized ...