Browsing K-State Electronic Theses, Dissertations, and Reports: 2004 - by Title

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  • Patch, Nickolas Lee (Kansas State University, 2009-05-18)
    The Dyer Mountain quadrangle, located in Utah approximately 200 km east of Salt Lake City and 20 km north of Vernal, lies on the south flank of the east-west trending Uinta anticline. The topography of the area varies from ...
  • Fan, Zhaobing (Kansas State University, 2012-08-07)
    A representation of a quiver [Gamma] over a commutative ring R assigns an R-module to each vertex and an R-linear map to each arrow. In this dissertation, we consider R = k[t]/(t[superscript]n) and all R-free representations ...
  • Roberts, Brianna (Kansas State University, 2014-08-12)
    Large woody debris, (LWD), defined as pieces measuring ≥ 1 meter in length and ≥ 10 centimeters in diameter (Swanson and Lienkaemper, 1978; Marston, 1982) is an influential stream component. Once stable LWD obstructs ...
  • Raghavan, Ram (Kansas State University, 2012-06-01)
    Associations of land cover/land use, socio-economic and housing, and hydrological and soil-hydrological variables were evaluated retrospectively as potential risk factors for canine leptospirosis in Kansas and Nebraska ...
  • Morrow, Sarah (Kansas State University, 2009-05-18)
    The primary reasons for the existence of contemporary zoological parks are presented as conservation and conservation education. But in reality, human entertainment is the primary function of traditional zoos. There is a ...
  • Daggupati, Naga Prasad (Kansas State University, 2012-03-06)
    Soil erosion is one of the most important of today’s global environmental problems. Over the past few decades, soil conservation practices were implemented to reduce soil erosion in the United States. However, excessive ...
  • Wang, Peiwen (Kansas State University, 2013-04-26)
    The Kansas High Plains region is a key global agricultural production center (U.S. G.S, 2009). The High Plains physiography is ideal agricultural production landscape except for the semi-arid climate. Consequently, farmers ...
  • Peterson, Rorik Ford (Kansas State University, 2008-05-13)
    County consolidation and reorganization has been rare in the United States in the last 100 years, and recent literature on county consolidation and reorganization is limited. Still, county consolidation appears to be a ...
  • White, Rachel Lynn (Kansas State University, 2007-12-06)
    Glass can be beautiful and strong, so why is it not used more often as a structural material? Most often the reasoning is because people fear its perceived fragile and dangerous nature. Although this is the perception, ...
  • Mirzahosseini, Mohammadreza (Kansas State University, 2014-04-25)
    Finely ground glass has the potential for pozzolanic reactivity and can serve as a supplementary cementitious material (SCM). Glass reaction kinetics depends on both temperature and glass composition. Uniform composition, ...
  • Du, Chen (Kansas State University, )
    MicroRNA (miRNA) plays a role in nearly all the biological pathways and therefore may provide opportunities to develop new means to combat the Hessian fly, Mayetiola destructor, a destructive pest of wheat. This study ...
  • Deines, Tina (Kansas State University, 2007-12-14)
    Global warming and its implications have astounding consequences for the global community. Although some research has been done on the trends within environmental reporting, few studies have looked at the issue of global ...
  • Quesnell, Rebecca R. (Kansas State University, 2007-04-16)
    The goal of this project was to define mechanisms responsible for Na+ transport in two hormonally-sensitive epithelium, the bovine mammary gland and porcine vas deferens. Glucocorticoid stimulation in these epithelia results ...
  • Gunkel, Christina Denise (Kansas State University, 2011-08-12)
    There is increasing interest in the use of point-of-care glucometers to monitor glucose concentrations in horses with metabolic disorders. The first study reported herein compared equine glucose concentrations obtained by ...
  • Godar, Amar Singh (Kansas State University, 2013-12-05)
    Kochia [Kochia scoparia (L.) Schrad.] is a weed of great economic importance in the Great Plains and western United States and Canada. This weed is prone to evolving resistance to herbicides. Glyphosate is the most widely ...
  • Waite, Jason Charles (Kansas State University, 2010-12-09)
    Kochia (Kochia scoparia (L.) Schrad) is a troublesome weed throughout the western United States and Great Plains. It is an aggressive warm season annual dicot plant that exhibits protogynous flowering and facultative open ...
  • Jecrois Madrid, Alexandra (Kansas State University, )
    PS International (PSI) is an international trading company that specializes in the trading of bulk agricultural commodities. It has global strength to both export and import a variety of agricultural products using affiliated ...
  • Woodyard, Ann Sanders (Kansas State University, 2010-05-01)
    Is there a positive relationship between doing good and feeling well? Does demonstrating behavior that is charitable in nature lead to a greater sense of well-being? While much of the literature regarding charitable behavior ...
  • Ye, Xiaojin (Kansas State University, 2011-08-11)
    The purpose of my research is to identify what features of a graph are important for college teachers with the intention of eventually developing a system by which a machine can recognize those features. In particular, I ...
  • Thiele, Julie (Kansas State University, )
    This study examined the impact grading policies have on students’ mindsets in urban Midwestern middle schools. The components of this quasi-experimental, causal comparative survey research relied on the grading policies ...

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