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Finney-Brown, Tessa - - 2010
Finney-Brown, Tessa - - 2010
Finney-Brown, Tessa - - 2010
Finney-Brown, Tessa - - 2010
Nweze, E.I. - - 2010
The interaction of the leaves of Ocimium gratisimum with some disc antibiotics against four clinical bacteria isolates and one fungal isolate was tested using the agar overlay inoculum susceptibility disc method. The extract showed good but varying in vitro activities against all the isolates. While ampicillin showed synergistic interaction with ...
Agrawal, R.P. - - 2010
Aims and objectives: The aim of the study was to evaluate efficacy of oyster mushroom (Pleurotus spp) on glycemic control, lipid profile and diabetic quality of life in type 2 diabetic patients.
Provino, Robert - - 2010
Stress is a normal part of everyday life but it is important to be able to use tools for its management otherwise chronic stress, if left untreated, can lead to a variety of stress related illnesses including hypertension, heart disease, anxiety, depression, memory impairment and chronic fatigue syndrome. The aim ...
Castle, Janine - - 2010
Baxter, John - - 2010
Sperber, Jonathan - - 2010
Banner-Haley, Charles - - 2010
Loiacono, Gabriel - - 2010
Banner, Lois - - 2010
Piper, Andrew - - 2010
In the second half of the nineteenth century a conservative paternalistic benevolence permeated middle-class thought, leading to demonization and criminalisation of pauper invalids, many of whom were ex-convicts. This paper examines some aspects of the mechanics of the charitable system as practiced in nineteenth-century Tasmania through an analysis of life ...
Blue, Ethan - - 2010
In 1884, the Texas Capitol's builders brought prisoners from the state's convict, lease to cut costs and maximize profits. Members of the National Granite Cutters Union were outraged, and refused to train the prisoners to work on such a symbolically important project. In response, the builders sent to Aberdeen, Scotland, ...
Garfield, Seth - - 2010
Subsequent to the Japanese invasion of the Malayan peninsula in February 1942 which severed access to traditional latex markets, the United States subsidized mass labor transfers from the Brazilian Northeast to the Amazon forest to increase rubber output. The regime of Getulio Vargas, which favored Northeastern migration as a geopolitical ...
McCammack, Brian - - 2010
Between the World Wars, public transportation in Northern cities like Chicago and New York allowed African Americans, many of them newly migrated from the South, to contest geographical and bodily boundaries. Attention to the public, liminal space of subways and streetcars complicates scholarly understanding of black mobility that typically centers ...
Mouton, Michelle - - 2010
When the Nazis came to power in 1933 they slammed shut many educational and professional doors newly-opened to women in the 1920s. This article examines how women in three cohorts (those who had already launched their careers in 1933, those who were finishing their higher education in 1933, and those ...
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