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Blue Plants: Transgenic Plants with the GUS Reporter Gene
An investigative laboratory developed for the introductory biology curriculum using transgenic plants is presented in this chapter. The transgenic Arabidopsis plants we use contain the GUS reporter gene under the control of the cor15a gene promoter, which responds to cold stress. Following induction by cold or other environmental signals, the gusA gene will respond by producing the enzyme beta-glucuronidase (GUS). When plant tissue is incubated with the chromogenic substrate X-gluc, those tissue
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Internet Safety - Quiz
Are you Web wise?
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John Hersey -- Illustration Lecture Series
November 17th, 2010 | Timken Lecture Hall
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Lubbock and Texas Tech Host Texas FFA Convention
Around 10,000 high school students from across the state are in Lubbock on the Texas Tech campus for the 83rd Texas FFA State Convention. For the third time since 2005, Lubbock and Texas Tech have hosted this event. The United Spirit Arena serves as the main convention hall with other university buildings hosting other functions as well. The convention also introduces many high school students to Texas Tech.
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Garrison change of Command, July 8, 2011
The Carlisle Barracks Garrison Change of Command between Lt. Col. Janet Holliday and Lt. Col. William McDonough.
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Targeting viral IL-10 as a prophylactic and therapeutic vaccine for cytomegalovirus.
Talk by Peter Barry, University of California Davis, Center for Comparative Medicine; and the California National Primate Research Center. http://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/pathology/our_team/faculty/barryp.html
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Many animals (gophers, squirrels, rabbits, etc) dig holes to escape predators and for shelter against harsh environmental conditions, such as intense sunlight.
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Capturing the Sun's Warmth
In the exploration of ways to use solar energy, students investigate the thermal energy storage capacities of different test materials to determine which to use in passive solar building design.
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Rhythmic Study: Simple Rhythms in 6/8
Rhythmic studies of simple rhythms in 6/8. Includes some sixteenth notes.
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Exercise Physiology: The Response of Metabolic Rate to Physical Activity
In this lab, students measure their heart rate, oxygen consumption, and carbon dioxide production in various physical activities on a treadmill or cycle ergometer. After learning the techniques in the first lab period, each group of 3-4 students designs an independent investigation that is performed during the second lab period. To measure metabolic rate, students collect expired air in a Douglas bag, then measure the volume, the temperature, and the concentration of oxygen and carbon dioxide. W
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Landsat 7 Zoom Down to Washington DC
Zooming down to Washington DC using a Landsat 7 image acquired on May 11, 1999
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4.4.8 Time-limited

Setting yourself a time frame for achieving your goal helps to concentrate the mind. If you say, for example, ‘By Christmas I will have …’ or, ‘In three years’ time I will be …’, it may prompt you to set things in motion. Again, be realistic about how long it will take, so that you do not set yourself up for failure.

Mozambique Floods from Landsat
Contrasting Mozambique before (August 22, 1999) and after (March 1, 2000) flooding.
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Claremont and Pomona College from the southeast. Southern Pacific Railroad station is visible in the lower left quadrant. Pomona College is visible in upper left.
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4.4.5 Measurable

It is also useful to word your goal in a way that allows you to monitor progress towards your goal. Sometimes this is straightforward – you can ‘measure’ achievement directly. For example, you may be aiming to get a job and you can easily tell whether or not you have achieved this.

Sometimes, though, with the ‘real world’ skills we have talked about in earlier sections, it is not so straightforward. How can you ‘measure’, for example, developments in your co
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Dealing with workforce downsizing
Randall Peterson, Professor of Organisational Behaviour discusses why the way an organisation deals with workforce downsizing is important not only in supporting those being laid off but also in maintaining loyalty within the remaining workforce

Fighting for a good cause
At the end of this lesson you will be able to write a letter asking for sponsoring for a good cause. What sentences will encourage people to support your plan? How can you best formulate this letter to ensure that its appeal is clear and motivating?
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