One of the most explosive social forces of modern-day society
is the phenomenon of urban intrusion into predominantly rural areas.
The recentness of this "explosion" has not yet allowed for a crystallization
of conceptual clearity as to just where this sector or
zone, which has come to be known as...
Data were gathered on the life history of the pile perch
(Rhacochilus vacca) from Yaquina Bay, Oregon, between April,
1966, and July, 1967. Pile perch feed on the bottom and consume
mostly molluscs, barnacles and decapod crustaceans. Food habits
varied among seasons and locations within the bay, whereas the
Time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy was used to monitor the effects of
varying ionic strength on nucleosome core particle structure. Two main methods were
used in these studies. First, the fluorescence anisotropy decay of bound ethidium was
measured and was shown to reflect the rotational tumbling of the core particle through
With increasing computing power, it is possible to process more complex fluid simulations. However, a gap between increasing
data size and our ability to visualize them still remains. Despite the great amount of progress that has been made in the field of
flow visualization over the last two decades, a...
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the student personnel
services rendered at a public two-year community college. The institution
chosen for the study was Lethbridge Community College, located
in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.
Six hundred and one people, representing seven population groups,
were randomly selected for participation in this...
The rhetorical significance of Mormonism stems from its history and its success—this success being measured by its consistent increase in membership. The total membership of the Mormon Church has grown from 6 members in 1830 to just over 14 million in just over 180 years. A consistently high rate of...