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    France A. Córdova;
    (2011)
    Dr. France A. Córdova was appointed Purdue University’s eleventh president on July 16, 2007, as well as professor of physics and astronomy for the University. Prior to joining Purdue, she served as chancellor and distinguished professor of physics and astronomy at the U...
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    A. Dale Whittaker;
    (2012)
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    Andrew O'Bannon; Nicholas Lewis;
    (2012)
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    Thomas Clements;
    (2012)
    Gliomas are among the most common and malignantforms of primary brain tumors that occur naturally inhumans. They represent about 33% of brain tumorsand 80% of malignant brain tumors. Gliomas alsospontaneously arise in specific breeds in the canine family.Canine gliomas ...
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    Dan I. Piraner;
    (2011)
    Protein signaling is the key method by which cells recognize a stimulus from their environment and convert it into a response. Signaling occurs in many forms: hormones, growth factors, and even proteins may act as signals from the environment. The response to their dete...
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    Rachel Smith;
    (2012)
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    Meghan F. Henschen; Brittany Herrholtz; Lacey Rhudy; Kathryn Demchak; Brian Doogs; Joshua Holland; Erik Larson; Johnny Martin; Matthew Rudkin;
    (2011)
    Wind turbines are becoming increasingly widespread in the United States as the world looks for cleaner sources of energy. Scientists, policymakers, and citizens have strong opinions regarding the positive and negative effects of wind energy projects, and there is a grea...
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    Geoff Pole;
    (2012)
    The project is to identify and characterize those qualitiesthat make a mentor program, especially at the universitylevel, successful. The study examines the most prevalenteffective aspects of mentor programs through one-on-oneinterviews with administrators of successful...
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    William Sutherlin; Neil Weber;
    (2012)
    Current day seed sorghum stocks contain up to fourdwarf genes that minimize the size of vegetative partsand increase harvest index. To date, only the d3 dwarfgene has been characterized molecularly. The geneencodes a homolog of the Arabidopsis and maize ABCtransporter A...
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    Soendjojo, Emiria;
    (2012)
    There is a growing demand for fresh, safe, high-quality, and locally grown vegetables. This study compared microbial populations in Romaine lettuce, Bibb lettuce, and spinach procured from grocery stores and farmers’ markets throughout the course of a summer. Standard m...
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