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Syllabus Outline for Genetics Lecture and Laboratory

Syllabus Outline for Genetics Lecture and Laboratory

Date: December 1999
Creator: Preston, E. Lynn
Description: This work is intended to be used as a teaching tool in conjunction with the text cited. It is written in outline format, highlighting the major concepts of each pertinent chapter. In this format, the concepts can be expanded upon at the discretion of the instructor. This work is to be used as a guide for lecture. The basic concepts contained in the outline are in such a format as to be able to work in more information regarding the subject matter if needed. The instructor can work from this outline as a starting point. Major topics in the chapters are highlighted, making lecture notes for the instructor easier to do.
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Syllabus for Advanced Placement Biology

Syllabus for Advanced Placement Biology

Date: August 1999
Creator: Turk, Cathy Christine
Description: The purpose of this syllabus is to provide a working copy to those teachers of the advanced placement biology course taught at the high school level. Reference materials used were the Texas Education Agency ( TEA ) approved Campbell text Biology and the College Board's, Advanced Placement Biology Laboratory Manual. The syllabus is divided into major topics with outlined notes and includes laboratory exercises as recommended by the College Board. The AP biology course is intended to be equivalent to college biology. College freshman biology courses can differ among colleges and among teachers within the same college. This syllabus is intended to serve as an aid to AP teachers, to cover the topics and experiments as set out by the College Board, and to the high school student, the necessary material to successfully complete the AP examination while providing freshman biology equivalence.
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Assimilation of Inorganic Nitrogen by Aquatic Actinomycetes

Assimilation of Inorganic Nitrogen by Aquatic Actinomycetes

Date: August 1962
Creator: Davis, Ernst M.
Description: It was the purpose of this investigation to present laboratory data concerning the assimilation of inorganic nitrogen by the aquatic actinomycetes. The strains of aquatic actinomycetes under consideration represented a cross section of those currently under culture at North Texas State University.
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Some Relationships between Certain Aquatic Actinomycetes and Bacillus Cereus

Some Relationships between Certain Aquatic Actinomycetes and Bacillus Cereus

Date: August 1963
Creator: Hoehn, Robert Campbell
Description: The purpose of this investigation is to determine if there was a metabolic relationship between the actinomycetes and the gram positive, spore-forming becilli in surface waters, and, if such a relationship was evident, to relate the association to the disappearances of typical actinomycete tastes and odors from waters.
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Autoimmunity of Periodontitis

Autoimmunity of Periodontitis

Date: August 1963
Creator: Miller, Katy Jo Coyle
Description: The purpose of this investigation is to determine if auto-antibodies are demonstrable in inflammatory periodontal disease using methods other than those of Novotny.
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Effects of X-Irradiation on Water and Ion Flux in Isolated Roots

Effects of X-Irradiation on Water and Ion Flux in Isolated Roots

Date: January 1967
Creator: Wall, Malcolm J.
Description: Due to the relatively small amount of work concerning radiation, it was thought feasible to use ionizing radiation as a tool to study the relationship between water and salt flux in isolated root systems. Moreover, the more quantitative potometric method lends itself well to such a study, since the two processes can be followed simultaneously. the aims of this study, therefore, were 1) to determine effects of X-irradiation on water, calcium and potassium flux in excised onion roots; 2) to determine the dose levels required for producing permeability changes; 3) to investigate the nature of radiation damage to root systems; and 4) to attempt to shed light on the relation between water transport and ion movement in root systems.
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Studies of Fungal Antagonism in a Norfolk Fine Sand, Denton County, Texas

Studies of Fungal Antagonism in a Norfolk Fine Sand, Denton County, Texas

Date: 1948
Creator: Frenzel, Louis D., Jr.
Description: This investigation has had for its primary purpose the noting of the incidence of antagonists as occurring in a Denton County, Texas, Norfolk Fine Sand. A further interest has been the determination of the effect of these antagonists upon known beneficial soil organisms.
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Microflora of Frozen Fruits and Vegetables Dispensed from Grocery Stores in Denton, Texas

Microflora of Frozen Fruits and Vegetables Dispensed from Grocery Stores in Denton, Texas

Date: 1948
Creator: Gladden, Frank G.
Description: This investigation was carried out in order to determine whether or not blanching and freezing tends to reduce the incidence of bacteria, particularly those of the coliform group, and also the yeasts and molds.
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Identification of Streptomyces Species Using Fluorescent Antibody-Membrane Filter Techniques

Identification of Streptomyces Species Using Fluorescent Antibody-Membrane Filter Techniques

Date: August 1967
Creator: Singleton, Jackson David
Description: It is the purpose of this investigation to modify existing methods in an attempt to provide a rapid identification of members of the genus Streptomyces.
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Effects of pH and Substrate on Growth of Escherichia Coli and Pseudomonas Aeruginosa in Mixed Continuous Culture

Effects of pH and Substrate on Growth of Escherichia Coli and Pseudomonas Aeruginosa in Mixed Continuous Culture

Date: January 1964
Creator: Cooper, Billy Howard
Description: The express purpose for doing this project was to develop methods for the continuous culture of E. coli and P. aeruginosa as a mixed population, and to apply these methods in studying the effects of pH and substrate upon the growth of these two organisms in mixed continuous culture.
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