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    • Learning in Canines: A Comparison of Visual and Olfactory Cues 

      Call, Whitney (2008-04-01)
      Humans and canines have shared a partnership that extends through history for centuries. Today, dogs are being utilized in many jobs ranging from assisting people with disabilities to search and rescue or bomb detection. ...
    • Learning Modalities: Significance And Application 

      Schneider, Marylee (1996-04-01)
      People are unique in many ways, including the way they learn. Teachers who teach through modality strengths take advantage of individual learning styles to increase the rate of learning by providing information through the ...
    • Learning Styles: Relationships to Sex, Age, and Grade Level 

      Gilman, Maria (1997-04-01)
      To determine if sex, age, and education level affect learning style, 49 students from a rural middle school and 59 students from a rural high school were surveyed with the CITE (Center for Innovative Teaching Education) ...
    • Lee Metcalf And The Montana Wilderness Study Act Of 1977: A Case Study On The Wilderness Issue And Its Varying Viewpoints 

      Davis, John (1982-04-01)
      In 1967 the United States Forest Service began a review of all roadless areas within the national forest system. The purpose of this nationwide roadless area review was to determine what areas, if any, should be preserved ...
    • Leeza Meets Thomas Shepard: Confessional Dialogues in the Salvation Culture 

      Groznik, Rhonna (1999-04-01)
      The notions of salvation and its intended function in society were deeply imbedded in the identity of America's second colonial people, the Puritans. The first Puritan colony was established in 1620 with the view that they ...
    • Length and Location of the Dipeptide Permease in E. coli 

      Pavelka, Susanne (1990-04-01)
      The gene dpp codes for the dipeptide permease, a transport system in E. coli about which little is known. An attempt was made to determine the length and location of dpp and its protein products in several isolates of the ...
    • Leo XIII And Philosophy 

      Aylward, James (1942-04-01)
      The eighteenth century "philosopher” was a determined fighter, but a fighter with a malicious, destructive turn of mind. This iconoclast, not merely holding before himself the banner of philosophy but hiding behind its ...
    • Leon Danz Art 1970 Honors Thesis Showing 

      Danz, Leon (1970-04-01)
      YOU are invited to attend my Honors Thesis art exhibit at Benecasa Gallery, 1538 Harrison St., (corner of Leslie and Harrison) Helena, Montana, April 6 to April 10, 1970. The gallery will be open from 4 to 6 in the afternoon ...
    • Let's Talk About Sex...ual Assault: Community Assessment of Carroll College Student Awareness of Sexual Assault on Campus 

      Morris, Kayla; Holmes, Brayton; Beaty, Dana; Anderson, Kaitlynn; Graham, Sarah; Peterson, Keri; Weeden, Whitney (2021-04-15)
      Sexual assault continuously impacts college campuses and students nationwide. A cumulative risk assessment encompassing four years of college suggests over one in three women will experience sexual assault by senior year.1 ...
    • Levels Of Endogenous Piperidine Studied In Active And Dormant Hamsters 

      Frantela, Stephen (1975-04-01)
      Methods for detection and micro-quantitation of endogenous piperidine were applied for the first time to brain tissue of sleeping and active hamsters. Piperidine levels in dormant hamsters were over three times that of ...
    • Lewis and Clark County Public Works Administrative Building Paved Parking Lot 

      Gleasman, Lucas; Guthrie, Daniel (2021-04-15)
      This project is to upgrade and improve an existing unpaved parking lot in front of the Lewis and Clark County (LCC) Public Works Administration Building. The overall design will focus on providing hard-surface paving and ...
    • LifeBoard 

      Carbone, Diego (2019-04-25)
      Students will give a short presentation on their entrepreneurial plan. Professor Annette Ryerson will be moderating the session. When the students have completed their presentations (25 minutes) a question and answer ...
    • Like Everything Does a memoir 

      Munson, Claire (2000-04-01)
      I am not only writing a memoir, but a story of a crisis survived. I cannot think of any other story, I believe, until this one is framed and taken out ofmotion. Annie Dillard quotes that “Ifyou prize your memories as they ...
    • Line Change: How The Miracle Olympic Hockey Team of 1980 Sparked The Renewal Of American Nationalism 

      Dickson, Brian (2008-04-01)
      Sporting events have often reflected the times in which they are played. At the 1936 Olympics in Berlin, African American Jesse Owens outran the team comprised of member of Adolf Hitler’s “master race,” dealing a blow to ...
    • Linear Cell Mass Increase during the Cell Cycle of Escherichia coli 

      Winslow, Patricia (1986-04-01)
      Linear increase of cell mass of undivided cells was determined during the division cycle of Escherichia coli B/rA. Synchronous growth was obtained by selection of cells from exponentially growing populations after velocity ...
    • Link between Insomnia and the Development of Alzheimer's disease? 

      Rhodes, Tristan; Fries, Alexa; Smith, Josie (2019-04-25)
      Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common type of dementia, affecting many adults over the age of 65. There is no known cure of AD. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, “every 65 seconds, someone in the United States ...
    • Lipoprotein Levels In The Hutterites: Correlation With Hyperlipidemia And Nutrient Intake 

      Beeson, Thomas; Brooke, Cornelius; Hadcock, William (1974-04-01)
      Beeson, Thomas F., Cornelius P. Brooke and William E. Hadcock (Carroll College, Helena, Montana). Lipoprotein levels in the Hutterites: correlatation with hyperlipidemia and nutrient intake. Serum cholesterol and serum ...
    • Liposomes vs Lipid Nanoparticle (LNP) Antibiotic Entrapment Efficiency Utilizing Fluorescein Dye 

      Henderson, Michael (2021-04-14)
      A wide variety of techniques are available for small-scale drug carriers to deliver pharmaceutically active drug compounds into target cells. Liposomes are frequently postulated as efficient pharmaceutical carriers to ...
    • Lithium Carbonate Enhancement Of Granulopoiesis In The Beagle Dog 

      Greene, Kelly (1983-04-01)
      The effects of lithium carbonate on granulopoiesis in the beagle dog and the protection offered these dogs from radiation-induced marrow injury were investigated. Comparisons were made between control and lithium-treated ...
    • Little Girl Big Miracle 

      McCarvel, Marcie (2014-04-01)
      This documentary is the true account of a little girl who was unexpectedly diagnosed with a rare bone disease. McLain Thornquist found out that she had Ewings Sarcoma when she was only eight years old. Her world was quickly ...