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    • Littlebrook Creek Culvert Replacement 

      Homberg, Sarah; Swannack, Sienna (2022)
      Littlebrook Creek is a tributary of Thornton Creek, located in North Seattle. Under NE 120th Street, between NE 35th Ave and 36th Ave, there is a culvert that runs perpendicular under the street that is collapsing. This ...
    • Liver Function Tests In Relation To Liver Disease 

      Hayes, Lesly (1958-04-01)
      No other one organ has as many functions to perform in the body as the liver. It is this fact which necessitates an accurate and practical evaluation of the many liver function tests in use today. So many new tests have ...
    • Living a Eucharistic Church 

      McCarthy, Anna (2018-04-20)
      The Eucharist is the source and summit of the Roman Catholic Church, it is the center of life for the parish and the parishioners. Every action of a parish should point to the reality of The Eucharist. This causes the ...
    • Living and Recovering from a Heart Attack in Montana: A Phenomenological Study 

      Malabanan, Manuel (2008-04-01)
      Myocardial infarction or heart attack claimed 221,000 lives in the United States annually. The purpose of this thesis is to gain a better understanding of the true meaning of living and recovering from a myocardial infarction. ...
    • Living with an Individual with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy: A Phenomenological Study 

      Sternhagen, Jacob (2011-04-01)
      Using Colaizzi’s Method of data analysis, which is a phenomenological approach, this paper explored the role that a primary caregiver plays in the daily life of an individual with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD). DMD is ...
    • Living with Anorexia: A Case Report 

      Connor, Robin (2007-04-01)
      Eating disorders have recently become one of the most prevalent diseases affecting adolescent girls. The National Eating Disorder Association estimates that 10 million females in the United States have an eating disorder; ...
    • Living With Multiple Sclerosis: Effects on Activities of Daily Living 

      Jones, Raquel (2009-04-01)
      Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a chronic and incurable autoimmune disease that affects the central nervous system. It is one of the leading causes of neurodegenerative disability in persons 20 to 40 years of age. The purpose ...
    • Living with Pediatric Chest Wall Deformities 

      Donisthorpe, Nicole (2010-04-01)
      The most prevalent congenital chest wall abnormality in children, pectus excavatum and pectus carinatum, effects a child growing up in an appearance focused society. This thesis explored living with a pediatric pectus ...
    • Localization of Genes Potentially Controlling Susceptibility to the Lethal Effects of Alzheimer’s Amyloid Precursor Protein in Transgenic Mice 

      Krezowski, Joseph (2003-04-01)
      Variation in the susceptibility to the lethal effects of Alzheimer's Amyloid Precursor Protein (APP) transgene exists among various mouse strains. Inbred FVB/N mice, expressing high levels of the transgene-encoded APP, die ...
    • Localization of the Late Endosome Marker Rab7 in the Freshwater Sponge Ephydatia muelleri 

      Carlile, Lindsay (2005-04-01)
      The green alga, Chlorella, exists in a symbiotic relationship with the freshwater sponge, Ephydatia muelleri. Chlorella is taken up by phagocytosis and incorporated into phagosomes. However, the phagosomes containing the ...
    • Localization of the Scrapie Incubation Time Gene 

      Murray, Eric (1994-04-01)
      Prions are infectious particles composed exclusively of protein and can cause a number of neurodegenerative diseases. Prions are coded for by a normal chromosomal gene which is found in the genomes of all mammals. A ...
    • Logic Puzzle 

      Matsuoka, Toshie (2002-04-01)
      Logic is a fundamental part of mathematic and computer science since it is the basis of mathematical proof and computer programming. In order to help students gain a better understanding of logic, I have implemented a ...
    • Long Term Effects of Heavy Metal Contamination on Bacterial Communities in the Upper Clark Fork River Canyon 

      Simonich, Marcus (2005-04-01)
      Microorganisms and their activities drive most ecosystems and therefore must be assessed in order to study ecosystem stability. Heavy metal contamination is known to have adverse effects on soil bacteria. In this study, ...
    • Long-Term Care of Elderly Citizens: A Comparative Study 

      McInnis, Kerri (2018-04-20)
      Recently, countries around the world have experienced an exponential increase in the number of senior citizens. This unfathomable demographic change is only expected to intensify in the coming years. Countries in the western ...
    • The Long-Term Developmental Outcomes of Caffeine Therapy: A Systematic Review 

      Hilborn, Kamden (2021-04-15)
      Objective: To review relevant literature regarding long-term developmental impacts of caffeine therapy on infants with apnea of prematurity. Methods: Literature was gathered through PubMed and CINAHL and assessed for ...
    • “Look at These Faces, Sandstone and Woman:” Three Women’s Search for Identity in Landscape 

      Miller, Crystine (2008-04-01)
      Nature writing as a genre has traditionally been one of the most prominent ways in which nineteenth and twentieth century writers have explored identity and the individual’s place in the world. Among this vast category, ...
    • Love in the Greek and Roman Context 

      Taft, Kelly (2018-04-20)
      Dante’s Divine Comedy and Plato’s Symposium explore the connections between love and the divine. While the authors lived in different countries, time periods, and cultures, Dante and Socrates agree that love elevates humans ...
    • Low Birth Weight and Maternal Education 

      Eaton, Tess (2022)
      Low infant birth weight (LBW) is a significant indicator of infant mortality, and health risk later in the child’s life. LBW is defined as infants born with a weight of less than 2,500 grams (WHO, 2022). LBW affects societies ...
    • Lowering Rates of Anxiety with SSRI's Compared to CBT 

      Sullivan, Amy (2022)
      Anxiety disorders are the most common of all psychiatric conditions affecting an estimated 19.1% of adults and 7% of children in the United States (National Alliance on Mental Illness, 2017). These disorders are treatable ...
    • Lyon’s Creek Underpass Design 

      Egan, Austin; Jones, Greg (2018-04-20)
      This project involves a site on Lyon’s Creek Road along Little Prickly Pear Creek in Lewis and Clark County, MT, in which the rural road runs underneath a low-clearance railroad trestle bridge. The site is located just ...