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Sound of music : a case study of teacher Diane Garrett
A case study of music teacher Diane Garrett, of Thunder Bay, Ontario and the influence and impact on the students of Fort William Collegiate Institute, a high school in Thunder Bay.
Ecology of pathogenic Escherichia coli in water : survival and molecular detection
Recently there has been a surge of interest in the ability of enterohemmorhagic Escherichia coli (EHEC) to survive in aquatic environments. It has been speculated a correlation may exist between the genotype of an E. ...
A longitudinal mitochondrial DNA analysis of modern human hair samples from the Anyang region of China : implications for ancient DNA research
In 1998, Dr. E. Molto was selected to conduct pilot research on the Hei Heru, Shang Dynasty site in Anyang, China. A major component of this research is the ancient DNA analysis o f human remains recovered at Anyang. ...
Effects of antioxidant vitamin supplementation on resistance exercise induced lipid peroxidation in trained and untrained participants
High intensity aerobic-type exercise produces oxygen free radicals that can cause damage to lipid membranes (lipid peroxidation) that may lead to many problems such as the inactivation of cell membrane enzymes, the ...
Effects of timber management practices on the use of aquatic feeding areas by moose (Alces alces) in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence and boreal transition forests of Central Ontario
During spring and summer in Ontario, moose are commonly observed at sites known as moose aquatic feeding areas. Feeding on aquatic vegetation is thought to be an important source of sodium for moose at this time of year. ...