Upper Klamath Lake (UKL) and Agency Lake in south-central Oregon are
hypereutrophic due to phosphorus (P) loading from both geologic and agricultural
sources in the watershed. Restoring historic lake-fringe wetlands to provide P sinks
around the lakes has been accepted as a favorable means of reducing lake P levels and...
School counselors have potential to make significant gains in closing the achievement gap for all students as advocated for by the American School Counseling Association. School counseling is moving away from the no-model model of services delivery that places counselors at the whim of principals, parents and teachers who traditionally...
Emerging adults often encounter obstacles and adversity in pursuit of occupational identity. College counselors are responsible for delivering mental health, wellness, and career services to distressed students facing unprecedented challenges to enter the workplace. The purpose of this study was to investigate how counselors can promote career resilience in emerging...
Pseudomonas aeruginosa is a bacterial pathogen that can cause grave and sometimes chronic infections in patients with weakened immune systems and cystic fibrosis. It is suspected that specialized sodium pumps in the cellular membrane are crucial for the organism’s survival and growth, since many cellular processes rely on the maintenance...
Health disparity scholars and researchers call to expand the conceptualization of health disparities research beyond the predominant and long-standing race-based analyses. The call requests the inclusion of frameworks and theories that reflect the complex, multi-level and multifactorial social processes that yield health disparities. Intersectionality is a theoretical framework that is...
The A segment of infectious pancreatic necrosis virus (IPNV)
is expressed as a polyprotein encoding three primary gene
products, VP2, NS and VP3, from a large open reading frame. The
nucleotide sequence for the A segment of the Sp isolate of IPNV
was determined. The NS protein is the putative...
The effect of reducing sodium chloride in Cheddar cheese was
studied. Milled curd from a split-lot was salted at selected NaCl
concentrations and analyzed through aging by sensory and rheological
tests. Estimation of differences in compositional analysis, lactic
acid populations, degree of proteolysis, water activity, and pH were
Five student-researchers and the author engaged in
a continually-evolving, student-driven qualitative
research study. Despite significant disadvantages,
including navigating a. foreign culture without speaking
the language, these invulnerable learners succeeded.
Ultimately of greatest interest to the six were an
analysis of their collective knowledge and experiences,
and their individual transformation over...