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Murphy, Kathleen - - 2010
Murphy, Kathleen - - 2010
Murphy, Kathleen - - 2010
Murphy, Kathleen - - 2010
Murphy, Kathleen - - 2010
Murphy, Kathleen - - 2010
Murphy, Kathleen - - 2010
Uttari, P. - - 2010
Free radicals are responsible for many diseases including liver disorder. Preliminary investigations on P. integerrima had revealed presence of phenolics and flavonoids. The compounds isolated from the ethyl acetate fraction of methanol extract of Pistacia integerrima were subjected to determination of antioxidant activity by DPPH free radical activity, reducing power ...
Zaidi, S.A.R. - - 2010
The present clinical study was undertaken as a single blind placebo controlled study to determine the efficacy of the test drug in the treatment of chronic bronchitis as there is no curative treatment available for chronic bronchitis in modern medicine. Unani compound formulation i.e. Sharbat-e-Unsul Murakkab and placebo were given ...
Baxter, John - - 2010
Singer-Dudek, Jessica - - 2010
The Comprehensive Application of Behavior Analysis to Schooling or CABAS[R] model is characterized by an organizational system of teacher training and mentoring by those with more expertise in the science of behavior analytic teaching. At the center of the system are the students, whose data drive the system. Decades of ...
Weiss, Mary - - 2010
Many learners with autism exhibit fluency deficits that manifest in several ways including laborious motor responses, long response durations and long latencies in responding. Such deficits can result in poor learning and social outcomes. This article discusses the application of rate-building instruction and key fluency concepts to remediate such deficits ...
Moors, Alison - - 2010
The American government set new standards mandating States to demonstrate adequate yearly progress for all students with the inception of the No Child Left Behind Act. To be eligible for the more recent Race to the Top funds, states must show, in part, a commitment to "building data systems that ...
Binder, Carl - - 2010
Precision teaching emerged from O.R. Lindsley's pristine application of Skinner's natural science of behavior, with a focus on response rate measurement and free operant procedures. When applied with human learners in instructional settings, these first principles led to a series of developments framed in this paper as four kinds of ...
Vickers, Margaret - - 2010
The lived experience of the Illness Onset Status Passage for people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is explored here. Glaser and Strauss' (1971) status passage is used to analyse the properties of this Status Passage. The Illness Onset Status Passage for people with MS includes three key phases: (1) An Unknown ...
Tataw, David - - 2010
The aim of this paper is to evaluate and report the impact of the Health Services Utilization Improvement Model (HUIM) on utilization and satisfaction with care, as well as knowledge regarding prevention, detection, and treatment of asthma, diabetes, tuberculosis, and child injury among low income health services consumers. HUIM outcomes ...
Plein, L. - - 2010
While relatively overlooked in health policy research and analysis, state high risk insurance pools play a notable role in contemporary health policy arrangements. Also know as State Comprehensive Health Insurance Plans, high-risk pools emerged in the late 1970s as states began to grapple with the challenges of the medically uninsured. ...
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Simmons, Paul - - 2010
Karinen, John - - 2010
The condition of soft-textured flesh in commercially harvested sablefish, Anoplopoma fimbria, from southeastern Alaska was investigated by National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) scientists from the Alaska Fisheries Science Center's Auke Bay Laboratories (ABL) in Alaska and the Northwest Fisheries Science Center in Seattle, Wash. Sablefish were sampled by longline, pot, ...
Grace, Mark - - 2010
From 2002 through 2008, the Mississippi Laboratories of the NMFS Southeast Fisheries Science Center, NOAA, conducted fishery-independent bottom trawl surveys for continental shelf and outer-continental shelf deep-water fishes and invertebrates of the U.S. Gulf of Mexico (50-500 m bottom depths). Five-hundred and ninety species were captured at 797 bottom trawl ...
Shelden, Kim - - 2010
From December to February in most years from 1967 to 2007, observers counted gray whales, Eschrichtius robustus, from shore sites south of Carmel in central California. In addition to gray whales, other cetacean species were also recorded. These observations were summarized and compared among survey platforms and to ocean conditions. ...
Krige, Detlev - - 2010
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