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

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• (2020-08-01)
Corneal injuries constitute a major clinical problem in both human and veterinary medicine. Because of this, new methods to improve corneal healing are constantly being developed and tested for safety and efficacy. ...
• (2020-08-01)
This dissertation identified critical tasks (CTs) executed in modern combat environments and determined caffeine’s effect on CT performance. Job task analyses have identified CTs performed by specific military occupations, ...
• (Kansas State University, 2008-05-08)
The use of calcined clays contributes properties of nutrient and water retention to soilless root media, which varies greatly depending on the parent clay and calcining treatment. This research characterized phosphate ...
• (Kansas State University, 2008-05-20)
BACKGROUND: Dietary supplements are increasing in popularity; individuals are looking beyond traditional methods of calorie restriction and exercise to improve health. Calcium is a critical nutrient for bone metabolism ...
• (Kansas State University, 2010-05-17)
The quantitative relationship between pollen assemblages in sediment and vegetation cover is largely unknown because many factors influence this relationship. This lack of quantitative relationship is particularly acute ...
• (Kansas State University, 2012-05-07)
A real time wireless, optical sensor network was tested for long-term, remote monitoring of suspended sediment concentrations (SSC) in streams. The sensor and control board assembly was calibrated using a two-stage calibration ...
• (2019-12-01)
Crash prediction models in the Highway Safety Manual (HSM) are used to quantify the safety experience of existing and new roadways. Safety performance functions (SPFs) or crash prediction models are statistical formulas ...
• (Kansas State University, 2009-12-18)
Four permittivity probes have been developed and tested to measure contaminants in water and in biodiesel fuel. An impedance meter was also used to measure the same contaminants. The pollutants measured in water were ...
• (Kansas State University, 2016-05-01)
Rural roads account for 90.3% of the 140,476 total centerline miles of roadways in Kansas. In recent years, rural fatal crashes have accounted for about 66% of all fatal crashes. The Highway Safety Manual (HSM) provides ...
• (Kansas State University, 2017-12-01)
The equine industry is an established part of Maryland Agriculture; the most recent equine census placed 79,100 equines valued at approximately $714 million in the state, with approximately ten percent of those animals ... • (2020-05-01) The rise of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and the apparent transition from the post Cold War unipolarity to multipolarity of the twentieth-first century have resulted in a highly fluid geostrategic environment in ... • (Kansas State University, 2010-05-10) Camp Adventure, a summer camp for the physically disabled, has obtained a site for the future Camp Adventure Conference and Retreat Center at Perry Lake, Ozawkie, Kansas. The camp serves youth and adults with cerebral ... • (Kansas State University, 2010-05-12) Non-profit organizations seeking to expand their facilities are often met with difficult challenges. Oftentimes, funds are spent maintaining the grounds and facilities of the organization, reserving little or no funds for ... • (Kansas State University, 2017-05-01) New to K-State??? No worries!!! This app will be your first friend and help you with everything you may need. Every new incoming student to K-State has to do a set of mandatory activities before they start their classes. ... • (Kansas State University, 2010-05-10) Universities play a key role in the progression of society. With increased releases of carbon into the atmosphere and the effect of carbon dioxide and related pollutants on air quality and climate, it is critical that ... • (2018-08-01) Introduction: Transportation-related physical activity can help adults can meet moderate physical activity guidelines. Only 52% of United States adults meet the physical activity guidelines on a regular basis. Active ... • (Kansas State University, 2013-04-24) Campylobacter is recognized as a leading cause of bacterial gastroenteritis. In the United States, Campylobacter causes an estimated 600,000 illnesses and 55 deaths each year at a cost of over$1.3 billion. It is estimated ...
• (2018-05-01)
Much of the literature in sexuality and aging focuses on the physical aspects of the sexual relationship such as dysfunction and decline in frequency. In doing so, aging is viewed in a negative light because of its implied ...
• (Kansas State University, 2016-05-01)
Exercise has been previously reported to lower cancer risk through reducing circulating IGF-1 and IGF-1-dependent signaling in mouse skin cancer models. This study is to investigate the underlying mechanisms by which ...
• Tick-borne diseases continue to threaten the health of people, dogs, and agricultural animals. In the USA, human Lyme disease, caused by Borrelia burgdorferi, has the highest incidence, followed by diseases resulting from ...

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