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  • Lumière et révélation dans "Sans retour" 

    Baldridge, Wilson (Editions Belin, 2007)
    The article is based on a paper delivered at a literary colloquium held May, 2006, in Cerisy-la-Salle, France. It was one of the series of colloquia that have become known as the "Colloques de Cerisy."
  • Luteal morphology, atresia, and plasma progesterone concentrations during the reproductive cycle of two oviparous lizards, Crotaphytus collaris and Eumeces obsoletus 

    Fox, Sandra L.; Guillette, Louis J. (John Wiley & Sons, 1987-08)
    From ovulation to oviposition, the corpora lutea of the oviparous lizards Crotaphytus collaris and Eumeces obsoletus exhibit three stages of luteal development: 1) luteogenesis, 2) luteal maturity, and 3) luteal regression. ...
  • Luteinizing hormone glycopeptide preparation for mass spectrometry 

    Rueda Santos, Monica A.; Bousfield, George R. (Wichita State University. Graduate School., 2005-04-22)
  • L’engagement dans le théâtre haïtien: l’œuvre dramatique de Jean Métellus 

    Adamson, Ginette (Oxford University Press, 1996-01)
    In his dramatization of the genocide of Haiti's indigenous Indian population, Jean Metellus sets himself the task of reading the island's future in the archives of Haiti's graveyards. Without being didactic Métellus's ...
  • MAC layer misbehavior detection and reaction in wireless networks 

    Shenbagaraj, Anbarasan (Wichita State University, 2012-07)
    IEEE 802.11 wireless LAN medium access control (MAC) provides transmission fairness to nodes in a network. A misbehaving node can modify its MAC and operate in a selfish manner to improve its own performance (throughput) ...
  • Mac layer misbehavior effectiveness and collective aggressive reaction approach 

    Giri, VamshiKrishna Reddy (Wichita State University, 2010-12)
    Current wireless MAC protocols are designed to provide an equal share of throughput to all nodes in the network. However, the presence of misbehaving nodes (selfish nodes that deviate from standard protocol behavior in ...
  • Machine number, priority rule, and due date determination in flexible manufacturing systems using artificial neural networks 

    Yildirim, Mehmet Bayram; Cakar, Tarik; Doguc, Ufuk; Meza, Jose L. Ceciliano (Elsevier, 2006-05-11)
    When there is a production system with excess capacity, i.e. more capacity than the demand for the foreseeable future, upper management might consider utilizing only a portion of the available capacity by decreasing the ...
  • Machines 

    Gabriel, Jared (Wichita State University. Graduate School, 2015-04-24)
    I have a fascination with analog technologies in how they work and also in how we relate to them. They require a certain amount of physical interaction and care for them to be used. Through the design and construction of ...
  • Machining damage in edge trimming of CFRP 

    Sheikh-Ahmad, Jamal; Urban, Nebu; Cheraghi, S. Hossein (TAYLOR & FRANCIS INC, 2012-05-24)
    Conventional machining processes such as turning, milling, drilling, abrasive cutting, and grinding are commonly used to bring composite parts to final shape and assembly requirements. However, due to the layered nature ...
  • A macro level environmental performance comparison: dry machining process vs wet machining process 

    Lodhia, Prashant (2007-05)
    The metal cutting process, known as conventional machining process, utilizes cutting fluids to provide lubrication, cooling and easy chip removal. The long-term effects of cutting fluids disposal into the environment are ...
  • Macrocyclic Inhibitors of 3C and 3C-like Proteases of Picornavirus, Norovirus, and Coronavirus 

    Mandadapu, Sivakoteswara Rao; Weerawarna, Pathum M.; Prior, Allan M.; Uy, Roxanne Adeline Z.; Aravapalli, Sridhar; Alliston, Kevin R.; Lushington, Gerald H.; Kim, Yunjeong; Hua, Duy H.; Chang, Kyeong-Ok; Groutas, William C. (Elsevier, 2013-05-16)
    The design, synthesis, and in vitro evaluation of the first macrocyclic inhibitor of 3C and 3C-like proteases of picornavirus, norovirus, and coronavirus are reported. The in vitro inhibitory activity (50% effective ...
  • Made for Trade, v.1 

    Hatcher, Evelyn Payne (Wichita State University. The L.D. Holmes Museum of Anthropology & University Libraries, 2011-10)
    In this book, Evelyn Hatcher reviews and rejects common myths about the pristine nature of "traditional" arts and looks unfettered by common snobberies at "tourist" art: art Made for Trade. She found ways to use theories ...
  • Made for trade, v.2 

    Hatcher, Evelyn Payne (Wichita State University. The Lowell D. Holmes Museum of Anthropology & University Libraries, 2011-10)
    In this book, Evelyn Hatcher reviews and rejects common myths about the pristine nature of "traditional" arts and looks unfettered by common snobberies at "tourist" art: art Made for Trade. She found ways to use theories ...
  • Maggot debridement therapy in the treatment of nonhealing chronic wounds 

    Martin, Dodie (Wichita State University. Graduate School, 2007-05)
    Maggot therapy utilizes freshly emerged, sterile larvae of the common greenbottle fly, Phaenicia (Lucilia) sericata, which secrete digestive enzymes that selectively dissolve necrotic tissue, disinfect the wound, and thus ...
  • Maggot debridement therapy in the treatment of nonhealing chronic wounds 

    Martin, Dodie; Pitetti, Kenneth H. (Wichita State University. Graduate School., 2007-04-27)
    Background: Maggot therapy utilizes freshly emerged, sterile larvae of the common greenbottle fly, Phaenicia (Lucilia) sericata which secrete digestive enzymes that selectively dissolve necrotic tissue, disinfect the ...
  • Magic in bingo 

    Booth, Don (Lambda Alpha Anthropology Honors Society at Wichita State University, 1988)
    Author looks at the popular American pastime of BINGO. This game is the ideal for an anthropological study of magic because not only is the game based on pure chance, with a lot of hope on the part of the participants, ...
  • Magnetic and albumin targeted drug delivery for breast cancer treatment 

    Abedin, Farhana (Wichita State University, 2011-07)
    This research work involves multifunctional magnetically targeted drug delivery microspheres for treatment against breast cancer. A combination therapy approach was followed by encapsulating two chemotherapeutics, ...
  • Magnetic properties of Ni-Co-Cr-base Elgiloy 

    Ho, J. C.; Shellock, FG. (Springer, 1999-09-01)
    The Ni-Co-Cr-base Elgiloy is one of the commonly used engineering materials. Most applications rely on its high strength, ductility, corrosion resistance and excellent fatigue life over a wide temperature range. However, ...
  • Magnetic properties of partially-inverted zinc ferrite aerogel powders 

    Hamdeh, Hussein H.; Ho, J. C.; Oliver, S. A.; Willey, R. J.; Oliveri, G.; Busca, G. (IEEE, 1997-02-01)
    Fine powders of ZnFe2O4 with an average particle size of 10 nm and inversion parameter of 0.21 were synthesized by the aerogel procedure. Portions of the powders were calcined in air at 500 and 800?°C and other portions ...
  • Magnetic properties of Zn Mg ferrite fine powders (abstract) 

    Hamdeh, Hussein H.; Ho, J. C.; Oliver, S. A.; Willey, R. J.; OShea, M. J. (IEEE, 1996-04-01)
    Several fine powder samples of ZnxMg1-xFe2O4, 0=x=1, were prepared by the supercritical sol-gel (aerogel) process, and were annealed at 500?°C for 2 h. The structure, crystallite size and inversion parameter were determined ...