# Browse Graduate Dissertations and Theses at Illinois by Title

• (1993)
The means by which parent molecular clouds give birth to stars constitutes a fundamental unsolved problem in astrophysics. Magnetic fields, which dominate thermal-pressure as a source of support against self-gravity in ...

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• (1977)

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• (1999)
This study provided recommendations for future educational programs and policies. It also added to the body of research on mentoring for African Americans. It can be concluded that mentoring is especially important for ...

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• (2012-05-22)
The purpose of this study was to investigate in detail the processes involved when the promotion of metaconceptual evaluation facilitates fifth grade students’ construction, evaluation, and revision of their explanations ...

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• (1986)
Luminol chemiluminescence (CL) has been employed for the sensitive detection of various analytes such as certain transition metal ions and hydrogen peroxide (H(,2)O(,2)). Metal ions and metallo-complexes significantly ...

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• (2014-01-16)
What is the role of metalinguistic terminology in second language teaching and learning? Specifically, how is metalinguistic terminology used in foreign language textbooks? To what extent are students familiar with ...

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• (1950)

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• (1955)

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• (2002-05)
How stars form out of their parent molecular clouds remains an unsolved fundamental problem of theoretical astrophysics. Magnetic fields are the dominant means of support against self-gravity and, therefore, important in ...

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• (2009)
In conclusion, the cecum in the rat is the major site of fermentation by microbiota. Since the colon is right next to the cecum, colonic NQO1 induction as well as cecal inflammation indicate that cecal microbiota may play ...

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• (1993)
The adsorption isotherms of a series of progressively activated carbon fibers (ACF) with a range of surface areas from 760 $\rm m\sp2/g$ to 2420 $\rm m\sp2/g,$ prepared from phenolic precursors were examined with acetone, ...

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• (2020-03-17)
Long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) regulate vital biological processes, including cell proliferation, differentiation and development. A subclass of lncRNAs is synthesized from microRNA (miRNA) host genes (MIRHGs) due to ...

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• (1971)

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• (2015-01-21)
Polymeric nanostructures are quite distinct because of the large ratio of surface-to-volume macromolecules which result in very different physical and mechanical behavior compared to bulk. Of special interest are nanostructures ...

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• (1953)

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• (1984)
This study examines the relationship between motivation as a personality characteristic and proficiency in English as a second language. Motivation is defined as perception of ability to push oneself to complete a given ...

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• (2012-06-27)
Implantation of the embryo into the wall of the uterus is a crucial event in mammalian embryogenesis. This complex event involves a series of interactions between the developing embryo and the receptive endometrium ultimately ...

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• (2017-11-27)
Analysis of S-PolKa dual-polarization radar and 6-hourly ERA-interim reanalysis data shows the multiscale atmospheric conditions and changes in convective organization during a central Indian Ocean Madden-Julian Oscillation ...

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• (1970)

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