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The fat and lipase content of the liver
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1915)
The object of this thesis is to ascertain if any broad correlation exists between the lipase content of an organ and its state of fat metabolism. The author has chosen the liver as an organ, with its lipase content and fat ...
Behavioral effects of three social conditions of reinforcement on an inpatient token reinforcement system
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1975)
Applied research in clinical settings substantiates the beneficial effects of group operant systems with a variety of patient populations and problems. Additional proof of either the clinical potential or efficacy of reinforcement programs...
Roy Wilkins as a journalist
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1970)
"This study is primarily concerned with an observation of Wilkins' journalistic image as reflected in his newspaper, magazine and syndicated columns concerning the racial and economic problems of the Negro American. A detailed observation is made...
Some characteristics and environmental sensitivities of taxpayers taking the United States political contribution tax credit during 1979-1982
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1988)
believed to influence the decision of the taxpayer to jointly make a contribution and claim the credit. Empirical data used in the study have been obtained primarily from the Arthur Young Tax Research Data Base tapes for 1979 to 1982. Final model variables...
Interaction of organophosphorus insecticide (Ciovap(R)) with phenothiazine anthelmintic in sheep with or without Haemonchus and Trichostrongylus species infection
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1981)
"This study was undertaken to examine the extent of cholinesterase inhibition and clinical effects of repeated topical application of the organophosphorus insecticide (Ciovap (R)) and the oral administration of phenothiazine ...
Interactions of formamidines with the platelet serotonin uptake system
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1981)
target and non-target species, and can lead to the future development of effective and selective pesticides. Some types of pesticides, such as organophosphate insecticides, have a well-defined mode of action. However, information about the actions...
Child pain rating after injection preparation
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1978)
for the human face, led to combining all these factors for a measurement tool and preparation procedure. Advantages of these types of drawings are that they have no age, sex or race--giving them universality. Such a portable tool could have potential as a device...
The poverty of place : a comparative study of five rural counties in the Missouri Ozark
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1999)
to further the understanding of the dynamics driving this phenomenon or to discover what types of public policies are likely to be successful at breaking up these areas of persistent poverty. The existence of a five county group in the south central Missouri...
Supervision in the extension service in Helmand Arghandab Valley Authority, Afganistan
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1969)
Supervision is a process by which subordinates are assisted to perform their activities with increasing satisfaction to themselves, to people with whom they work and to the organization. The principal aim of Extension supervision is maximum growth...
A study of the property rights constraints in US agricultural cooperatives : theory and evidence
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1998)
of residual rights of control and residual claims alignment. Leading organizational scholars ( e.g., Milgrom and Roberts 1992, Hart 1995, and Hart and Moore 1998) suggest that, in the case of a firm, it is advantageous to have as many decision rights...
Dimensions of nursing home care: perspectives of patients, family members, and care providers
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1991)
nursing homes. Two dimensions, a home/hospital dimension, and a generalized/specialized knowledge dimension defined the spatial configuration of terms and attributes....
John Horne Burns : Toward a Critical Biography
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1985)
The dissertation traces John Horne Burns's life and career as a novelist and English teacher, from his origins in Andover through his literary success with The Gallery (1947), Lucifer with a Book (1949), and A Cry of Children (1952). An Epilogue...
A survey of network television's coverage of the war in Vietnam
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1967)
The war in Vietnam has become the overriding fact in the national life of the United States. As such it is probably the most complex and difficult war to present and interpret that the American