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Anglo Norman chivalry: only a good bedtime story
Argues that "the image of the chivalrous Norman knight seen in literature did not exist in England during the Anglo-Norman period (11-12 Century CE). Instead, chivalry was a practice created to benefit and protect the ...
Mineralogical evidence of Peoria Loess addition to soils of the Green Bay Lobe
The purpose of this study is to demostrate the mineralogical evidence of loess addition to soils on the Green Bay Lobe surface. A comparison is made between properties of a soil with an obvious loess cap and a soil interpreted ...
Using GIS to map the distribution of Peoria Loess on the Green Bay Lobe glacial surface in south-central Wisconsin
Mapping and analysis of digital soil survey data to understand the chronology, source and distribution of the loess layer of the Green Bay Lobe in south central Wisconsin.
Power development in hill climbing as a function of bicycle weight
The purpose of this research was to evaluate the effects of differences in the weight of bicycles on power development while riding uphill. Thirteen competitive bicycle racers performed two hill climbs in a single exercise ...
Parallel combinatorial reductive amination reactions: an expedient synthesis of tertiary amines
Describes an expedient access to N-alkylated tetrahydroisoquinolines (THIQ) by reductive alkylation reactions in the presence of Ti(OiPr)4 and NaBH4. The N-alkylated THIQs were conveniently isolated by "catch and release" ...
Calcium's effects on an Arabidopsis thaliana mutant
Examines the growth of CNGC2 mutant plants affected by calcium levels in environment.
Characterization of circadian gene expression in Xenopus laevis
Examines when circadian gene expression is first observed in developing Xenopus laevis eyes.
The affects of forgiveness on the symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder as a result of sexual trauma
This study continues research pertaining to the affects of forgiveness on Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) symptoms resulting from sexual trauma. The research question asked whether or not the ability to forgive would ...
McCrone Micronising Mill methods
Micronising is the process of grinding larger particles (such as sand grains) into smaller particles. This is important because large particles are too thick to allow X-rays to penetrate to the particles core, thus not ...