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Relationships of Selected Demographic Factors to Attitudes toward Trade Unionism among Texas Registered Nurses

Relationships of Selected Demographic Factors to Attitudes toward Trade Unionism among Texas Registered Nurses

Date: August 1969
Creator: Hill, Mary Estelle
Description: The purpose of the present study was to determine the effects of certain demographic factors upon attitude formation. The attitudes of Texas registered nurses toward trade unionism and their own right to strike were measured in terms of the effects of these selected factors.
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The Relevancy of Freshman English in Junior Colleges

The Relevancy of Freshman English in Junior Colleges

Date: August 1969
Creator: Magnuson, Penny Michele
Description: Many students entering junior college English classrooms have serious problems due to their educational or environmental backgrounds. Programs with integrated curriculums have been developed to help these students by making English more relevant to their lives.
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Renunciation and Self-Realization in Selected Novels of Henry James

Renunciation and Self-Realization in Selected Novels of Henry James

Date: August 1969
Creator: Edwards, Susan Lee
Description: This study of renunciation and self-realization examines four of Henry James's novels which have been selected for the centrality of this theme. Following James's failure as a dramatist, in the novels of the major phase, from 1897 on, the theme of renunciation becomes primary as James's work achieves psychological and stylistic maturity. In addition Henry James's letters, notebooks, and prefaces will be used to indicate his attitudes concerning renunciation.
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The Role of Administrative Assistant in Higher Education as Perceived by College and University Presidents Throughout the United States

The Role of Administrative Assistant in Higher Education as Perceived by College and University Presidents Throughout the United States

Date: August 1969
Creator: Morris, Jim R.
Description: The problem of this study was the status of administrative assistants in higher education with special emphasis on (1) the role of the administrative assistant, (2) the internship aspects of the position, as perceived by college and university presidents throughout the United States, and (3) the professional qualifications held by persons filling positions as administrative assistants.
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Selected Physiological and Biochemical Studies on Blue-Green Algae

Selected Physiological and Biochemical Studies on Blue-Green Algae

Date: August 1969
Creator: Wyatt, Jimmy T. (Jimmy Trueman), 1922-
Description: Twenty-two different unialgal clonal isolates have been obtained at random for experimental purposes over a period of about one year. Also, during this period, at least 12 other species or strains have been isolated into unialgal cultures which had not yet been identified and/or significantly cleared of heterotrophic contaminants.
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Self-Concept, Personality Adjustment, and Measurable Intelligence of Delinquent Boys

Self-Concept, Personality Adjustment, and Measurable Intelligence of Delinquent Boys

Date: August 1969
Creator: Robbins, William Callaway, 1912-
Description: The primary purpose of this study was to investigate the change in self-concept, personality adjustment, and measurable intelligence of delinquent boys after a period of training received in the State Training School for Boys operated by the Texas Youth Council at Gatesville, Texas. Inherent in the study was an attempt to isolate factors which can be assumed to identify those individuals who might be more likely to profit from the training received.
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Serological Characteristics of Morphologically and Biochemically Similar Streptomyces Species

Serological Characteristics of Morphologically and Biochemically Similar Streptomyces Species

Date: August 1969
Creator: Kocsis, Imre J.
Description: It is the purpose of this investigation to test for serological characteristics of six Streptomyces species which exhibit identical and/or very closely similar morphological and biochemical characteristics.
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Size Dependence in the Electrical Conductivity of Bismuth

Size Dependence in the Electrical Conductivity of Bismuth

Date: August 1969
Creator: Granstaff, Shelie M.
Description: In the present investigation, measurements were made at liquid-helium temperatures on single-crystal bismuth samples which had a stair-step geometry in order to study several thicknesses during one helium run. These samples were also thinned to extend the thickness range of the steps to a thinner region. In addition J.E. Parrott's theory is extended to include a diagonal anisotropic relaxation-time tensor and the effect of holes on the size effect. A discussion of the theory of Parrott, and the extension of Parrott's theory in connection with the experimental results is presented.
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Some Dimensions of Leadership Behavior of School Superintendents in Selected Texas School Districts

Some Dimensions of Leadership Behavior of School Superintendents in Selected Texas School Districts

Date: August 1969
Creator: Murphy, Marcus Dean
Description: The problem of this study was an investigation of some dimensions of leadership behavior of Texas school superintendents as perceived by themselves and as perceived by their staffs.
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Some Studies Pertaining to the Biosynthesis and Metabolism of Asparagine and Lysine in Lactobacillus Arabinosus: I. B-Aspartylhydroxamic Acid: Its Action as a Feedback Inhibitor and a Repressor of Asparagine Synthetase in Lactobacillus Arabinosus II. Purification and Properties of Diaminopimelate Decarboxylase from Lactobacillus Arabinosus

Some Studies Pertaining to the Biosynthesis and Metabolism of Asparagine and Lysine in Lactobacillus Arabinosus: I. B-Aspartylhydroxamic Acid: Its Action as a Feedback Inhibitor and a Repressor of Asparagine Synthetase in Lactobacillus Arabinosus II. Purification and Properties of Diaminopimelate Decarboxylase from Lactobacillus Arabinosus

Date: August 1969
Creator: Chen, Yueh Tsun
Description: That Lactobacillus arabinosus 17-5, ATCC 8014, can supply its own requirement for the amino acid, lysine, is demonstrated by the fact that the organism is capable of growth in media devoid of lysine. Since the final biosynthetic step in lysine formation in all bacteria studied to date involves the decarboxylation of meso-dlaminopimelic acid (DAP) to produce lysine, it was of interest to determine whether an enzyme catalyzing such a reaction (DAP decarboxylase) is present in L. arabinosus.
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