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51 Stauffer, Kenneth G.Utah Politics, 1912-1918The Utah elections of 1916 and 1918 were Democratic victories sandwiched between two periods of Republican dominance. In 1912, only Utah and Vermont gave their electoral votes to the Republican presidential candidate. Theodore Roosevelt's Progressive party divided, but did not defeat Utah Republican...Utah; Politics and government; 20th century1972
52 Sears, Gordon HeberHuman Sterilization in UtahApplied eugenics attempts to improve the human racial stock from two angles,--the positive and the negative. Positive eugenics is interested in the increase in birth-rate of physically and mentally superior individuals; negative eugenics is concerned with the restriction of the reproduction of the h...Involuntary sterilization; Utah1933
53 Roberts, Richard CampbellHistory of the Utah National Guard : 1894-1954Most of the Utah Guardsmen who had been called to active duty on March 3, 1941, had served with the units assigned to the 40th Division, but another part of them--and no less important--served in units which were assigned to different armies and to different campaigns. These units included the 145th...1973
54 Pawar, Sheelwant BapuraoAn environmental study of the development of the Utah labor movement, 1860-1935 vol.21968
55 Pawar, Sheelwant BapuraoAn environmental study of the development of the Utah labor movement, 1860-1935This is a study of the impact of an environment upon the development of the Utah labor movement. In order to understand the development of a labor movement, one has to study the environment and the conditions under which that particular labor movement emerged and grew. John R. Commons advocated an a...1968
56 Mulaik, Stanley B.The Origin, Phylogeny, and Systematics of Mexican Terrestrial Isopda (Crustacea Oniscoidea)There has been a great need for a study of terrestrial isopode in general and those of Mexico in particular.Isopoda -- Mexico Crustacea -- Mexico1954
57 Layton, Stanford JohnGovernor Charles R. Mabey and the Utah election of 1924Charles R. Mabey, a Republican9 was elected governor of Utah by a large majority in 1920, having based his campaign on the pledge of economy and efficiency in state government. His appeal to the electorate was undoubtedly enhanced by the fact that he was young, handsome, articulate, and a veteran of...Mabey, Charles Rendell, 1877-1959 Elections -- Utah -- 1924 Utah -- Governors1969
58 McKell, Cyrus M.A study of plant succession in the oak brush (Q̲u̲e̲r̲c̲u̲s̲ g̲a̲m̲b̲e̲l̲i̲i̲) zone after fireThe recovery of Scrub Oak (Quercus gambelii) and associated plants after fire is a very important and interesting phenomenon. Information concerning the overall rate of recovery, the vegetational changes resulting from a fire, the difference in rates of recovery of individual species and the period ...Plant succession -- Utah -- Salt Lake County Quercus gambellie Oak -- Ecology1950
59 Hood, Ronald CharlesThe spatial distribution of socio-economic opportunity in the Salt Lake Metropolitan areaThe purposes of this thesis are to illuminate the present state of white and minority socio-economic opportunity in the city and suburbs, to determine. if the rationale of current economic hypotheses regarding the spatial distribution of socio-economic opportunity are relevant to the Salt Lake situa...Salt Lake City (Utah); Economic conditions1973
60 Jenson, Neil CalvinA personal philosophy: its basis and implicationsA consciousness of past art history that was based on a superficial understanding of the nature of reality in which painting remained tied to an ideal of scientific representation has led me to make an account about the expansion of man's reality in art. This is a philosophic activity that I have in...Art; Philosophy1970
61 Jorgensen, Vernon FrederickThe defeat of urban renewal in Salt Lake City1969
62 Hafey, Mark Hanner Jr.Land use change : the impact of the traditional process of land use change on the Sumner neighborhood in Salt Lake CityLand use patterns in the Sumner Neighborhood of Salt Lake City are changing. The traditional process of land use change has been to allow the existing buildings to age and deteriorate. When these buildings can no longer economically meet existing health, housing and building codes, they are removed....City planning -- Utah -- Salt Lake City Land use -- Utah -- Salt Lake City1974
63 Springer, Sheree Elizabeth GrantCall in the Ref: The Impact of an Interest-Regulating Strategy on the Reading of Uninteresting TextsThe purpose of this quasi-experimental study was to determine the effectiveness of an instructional intervention designed to help high school students learn to regulate their interest when reading uninteresting texts. An intervention was developed utilizing current research on motivation and interes...Secondary education; Reading instruction2017
64 Selkowitz, David JamesAutomated Approaches for Snow and Ice Cover Monitoring Using Optical Remote SensingSnow and ice cover exhibits a high degree of spatial and temporal variability. Data from multispectral optical remote sensing instruments such as Landsat are an underutilized resource that can extend our ability for mapping these phenomena. High resolution imagery is used to demonstrate that even a...Geography2017
65 Polei, Michael DavidAddressing The Foreign Body Response to High Density Penetrating Microelectrode ArraysThe Utah Electrode Array (UEA) is a brain-implanted microelectrode recording device that has shown promise to assist patients with motor-control disabilities. Unfortunately, the UEA suffers from a foreign body response (FBR) that results in device movement away from implantation target, encapsulatio...Bioengineering; Engineering; Neurosciences; Physiology2018
66 Kanna Reddy, Hariprasada ReddyDevelopment of Selective Ribosome P-Site Inhibitors and Their Applications as New Antitubercular Agents and Efforts Toward Development of First-In-Class Antibiofilm Antibacterial AgentsThe fight against tuberculosis (TB), has been further complicated by both the emergence of multidrug resistant strains of the organism, along with its coinfection with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). Since current TB regimens reduce the efficacy of highly active antiretroviral therapies (HAART) ...Chemistry; Organic chemistry; Physiology; Microbiology; Medicine; Epidemiology; Public health2017
67 Wen, JingranPathogenesis of Expanded Polyglutamine Repeats in Neurodegenerative Diseases: Gaining Insight into Protein Folding, Hydrogen Bonding, and Water-Accessibility by Advanced Informatics and SimulationsThe unstable expansion of the polyglutamine (polyQ) tract is a critical factor in the pathogenic pathway of at least ten neurodegenerative diseases, including Huntington's disease, spinal and bulbar muscular atrophy (SBMA), dentatorubral-pallidoluysian atrophy (DRPLA), and seven spinocerebellar atax...Bioinformatics2017
68 Son, JiyoungActive Sperm Separation Technique Using an Inertial Microfluidic DeviceMicrofluidic technology has the unique potential to separate sperm from unwanted debris while improving the effectiveness of assisted reproductive technologies (ART). Limitations of current clinical protocols regarding separation of sperm from other cells and cellular debris can lead to low sperm re...Bioengineering; Engineering; Electrical engineering2017
69 Shaw, David DeanMass Transfer in the Pathogenesis and Treatment of Eosinophilic EsophagitisEosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) is an inflammatory disease of the esophagus, characterized by penetration of eosinophils into the esophageal wall. Once thought to be a rare condition, incidents of EoE are becoming more common. As EoE has risen to prominence, significant effort has been undertaken to ...Chemical engineering; Pathology; Public health; Physiology; Epidemiology2017
70 Singhal, ShwetaTraining a Restricted Boltzmann Machine Using Spatial Markov Random Field Priors on WeightsRecent developments have shown that restricted Boltzmann machines (RBMs) are useful in learning the features of a given dataset in an unsupervised manner. In the case of digital images, RBMs consider the image pixels as a set of real-valued random variables, disregarding their spatial layout. Howeve...Computer science2017
71 Saragsyan, AhotMitochondrial Pyruvate Metabolism Induces Pseudohypoxia and MitophagyMitochondria play a central role in cellular energy metabolism, and they supply most cellular adenosine triphosphate (ATP). During production of ATP, mitochondria also produce reactive oxygen species that could be damaging to mitochondria and to other cellular compartments. To limit and control the ...Molecular biology; Cellular biology; Biochemistry2017
72 Sharp, Ryan HughCareer Crescendo: A Mixed Methods Study on the Developmental Capacity of Psychological CapitalResearch surrounding psychological capital (PsyCap) continues to expand and develop as scholars and organizational leaders look to the strengths of positive psychology and integrate them into the workplace. While previous research has underscored connections between PsyCap and various organizational...Developmental psychology; Occupational psychology; Personality psychology; Organizational behavior2017
73 Olson, Matthew HowardImpacts of Topographic Shading on Surface Energy Balance of High Mountain Asia GlaciersTopographic shading involves two components: shaded relief and cast shadowing. Shaded relief occurs from self-shadowing due to the slope and aspect of a given location; cast shadowing involves projecting shade from nearby terrain onto an adjacent surface. The combined effect of topographic shading p...Climate Change; Atmospheric sciences; Remote sensing2017
74 Overholt, Stacey MarieThe War of Words in the War on Cancer: Contemporary Discursive Contestations Around Breast, Bladder, and Skin CancersDespite decades of awareness and research, cancer continues to grow as a threat to public health. This prevalence indicates the continued importance of attending to how cancer is covered and constructed in public health campaigns ("official" discourses) and mainstream news coverage ("common" discour...Communication; Public health; Oncology2017
75 Hakami, Samer MohammedHeterogeneity in MIR21 Content of MCF-7 Exosomes and Comparative Study of Their Thermal StabilityGlobally, the subject of exosomes (defined as extracellular nano-vesicles (30 nm to 130 nm in diameter) secreted by many types of living cells and found in all body fluids, including blood, urine, and saliva) has received significant attention over the past 15 years, but with more intensive research...Biomedical engineering; Chemical engineering; Oncology2017
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