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Noah, Philip D., Jr. – ProQuest LLC, 2013
The purpose of this research project was to explore what the core factors are that play a role in the development of the smart-grid. This research study examined The Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) of 2007 as it pertains to the smart-grid, the economic and security effects of the smart grid, and key factors for its success. The…
Descriptors: Meta Analysis, Computer Security, Federal Legislation, Case Studies
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Choi, Annette; Wang, Mengqi; Hrizo, Stacy; Buckley, Martin S. – Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 2018
Exposure of organisms to high temperatures and various chemical and physical stressors can cause protein misfolding and aggregation. In turn, this can disrupt the functions of proteins, threatening both development and homeostasis. To overcome this, cells can initiate the highly conserved heat shock (HS) stress response pathway. In eukaryotes,…
Descriptors: Heat, Science Laboratories, Genetics, Cytology
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Valsecchi, Federica; Koopman, Werner J. H.; Manjeri, Ganesh R.; Rodenburg, Richard J.; Smeitink, Jan A. M.; Willems, Peter H. G. M. – Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews, 2010
Mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation (OXPHOS) represents the final step in the conversion of nutrients into cellular energy. Genetic defects in the OXPHOS system have an incidence between 1:5,000 and 1:10,000 live births. Inherited isolated deficiency of the first complex (CI) of this system, a multisubunit assembly of 45 different proteins,…
Descriptors: Genetic Disorders, Genetics, Functional Behavioral Assessment, Diseases
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Kinnun, Jacob J.; Leftin, Avigdor; Brown, Michael F. – Journal of Chemical Education, 2013
Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy finds growing application to inorganic and organic materials, biological samples, polymers, proteins, and cellular membranes. However, this technique is often neither included in laboratory curricula nor typically covered in undergraduate courses. On the other hand, spectroscopy and…
Descriptors: Chemistry, Spectroscopy, College Science, Science Instruction
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Philips, Gary T.; Sherff, Carolyn M.; Menges, Steven A.; Carew, Thomas J. – Learning & Memory, 2011
The defensive withdrawal reflexes of "Aplysia californica" have provided powerful behavioral systems for studying the cellular and molecular basis of memory formation. Among these reflexes the (T-TWR) has been especially useful. In vitro studies examining the monosynaptic circuit for the T-TWR, the tail sensory-motor (SN-MN) synapses, have…
Descriptors: Memory, Genetics, Animals, Neurological Organization
Powers, Kevin Jay – ProQuest LLC, 2012
The purpose of this study was to explore the behavioral intention of directors of educational programs in the radiologic sciences to adopt handheld devices to aid in managing student clinical data. Handheld devices were described to participants as a technology representing a class of mobile electronic devices including, but not limited to,…
Descriptors: Handheld Devices, Science Education, Technology Uses in Education, Radiology
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Cohen, Bruce H. – Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews, 2010
The vast majority of energy necessary for cellular function is produced in mitochondria. Free-radical production and apoptosis are other critical mitochondrial functions. The complex structure, electrochemical properties of the inner mitochondrial membrane (IMM), and genetic control from both mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) and nuclear DNA (nDNA) are…
Descriptors: Genetics, Genetic Disorders, Drug Therapy, Molecular Structure
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Belanger, Kenneth D. – CBE - Life Sciences Education, 2009
Inquiry-driven lab exercises require students to think carefully about a question, carry out an investigation of that question, and critically analyze the results of their investigation. Here, we describe the implementation and assessment of an inquiry-based laboratory exercise in which students obtain and analyze novel data that contribute to our…
Descriptors: Scientific Research, Investigations, Molecular Biology, Data Analysis
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Wallace, Douglas C. – Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews, 2010
Extensive efforts have been directed at using genome-wide association studies (GWAS) to identify the genes responsible for common metabolic and degenerative diseases, cancer, and aging, but with limited success. While environmental factors have been evoked to explain this conundrum, the nature of these environmental factors remains unexplained.…
Descriptors: Genetics, Environmental Influences, Metabolism, Diseases
Gunther, Jillian Rebecca – ProQuest LLC, 2009
The physiologic effects of estrogen action through the estrogen receptor (ER) are widespread, as this hormone exerts actions in both reproductive (e.g., uterus) and non-reproductive (e.g., bone, brain) tissues in both men and women. As such, the regulation of the activity of this ligand-activated transcription factor is highly relevant to the…
Descriptors: Females, Cancer, Identification, Inhibition
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Scaglia, Fernando – Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews, 2010
Mitochondrial respiratory chain disorders are a group of genetically and clinically heterogeneous disorders caused by the biochemical complexity of mitochondrial respiration and the fact that two genomes, one mitochondrial and one nuclear, encode the components of the respiratory chain. These disorders can manifest at birth or present later in…
Descriptors: Metabolism, Schizophrenia, Dementia, Diseases
Otto, Paul B., Ed. – 1995
The purpose of this symposium was to provide a forum for the interchange of state of the art mathematics and science education teaching in two Southeast South Dakota National Science Foundation Statewide Systemic Initiative projects. Presentations include: (1) "To Get This Car Moving, We Will Have to Put It in Gear" (Delmar Janke); (2)…
Descriptors: Childrens Literature, Educational Change, Elementary Secondary Education, Folk Culture