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Understanding the morphology of MWCNT/PES mixed-matrix membranes using SANS: interpretation and rejection performance

We describe the relationship between the morphology and rejection performance by the mixed-matrix membranes as a unique class of high water flux nanofiltration membranes comprising polyethersulfone/functionalized multiwalled carbon nanotubes (PES/f-MWCNTs). These membranes contain aligned MWCNTs uniformly distributed inside a PES matrix prepared using conventional phase-inversion...

A fortnightly atmospheric ‘tide’ at Bali caused by oceanic tidal mixing in Lombok Strait

Strong tidal currents in and around the narrow straits of the Lesser Sunda Islands, Indonesia, affect ocean sea surface temperatures (SST) via non-linear tide-induced mixing. A fortnightly spring–neap cycle in tidal currents can induce a similar cycle in SST, which has been observed to occur in and south of Lombok Strait. Here we report on an atmospheric response to the...

Wynot's "Keeping the Faith: Russian Orthodox Monasticism in the Soviet Union, 1917-1939" - Book Review

By Walter D. Ray, Published on 05/01/05 ... subvert the reality the Bolsheviks were trying to create. Walter D. Ray, Assistant Professor of Sacramental Theology and Philosophy, St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul

Fairbairn’s "Eastern Orthodoxy through Western Eyes" - Book Review

Press, 2002; 209 pp., appendices, bibliography, indices.). - reviewed by Walter D. Ray. 0 Walter D. Ray, Assistant Professor of Sacramental Theology and Philosophy, St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity

Fingerpoint-Reading and Beyond: Learning About Print Strategies (LAPS)

University , in Copyright c 1995 by the authors. Reading Horizons is produced by The Berkeley Electronic Press (bepress). http://scholarworks.wmich.edu/reading horizons - 1995 MARCH/APRIL 1995 Article 4 D

An Environmental Impact Statement: Designing Supportive Literacy Classrooms for Young Children

e r a c y C l a s s r o o m s for Y o u n g C h i l d r e n D. Ray Reutzel Mary Wolfersberger The physical environment of the classroom can be a powerful tool in support of literacy learning or an

Changing the Face of Reading Instruction: Recommendations of Six National Reading Reports

National Reading Reports D. Ray Reutzel Utah State University Parker C. Fawson Utah State University In thepastseveralyears, a nwnberofreading research reportshave beenpublished inan effort to brngan end ... . Reading Horizons is produced by The Berkeley Electronic Press (bepress). http://scholarworks.wmich.edu/reading horizons - 2002 MARCH/APRIL 2002 Article 1 Recommendations of Six National Reading Reports D

Comprehending Metaphor: Using a Salient Characteristic Analysis Technique (SCAT)

Characteristic Analysis Technique (SCAT) Parker C. Fawson D. Ray Reutzely Brigham Young University Copyright c 1994 by the authors. Reading Horizons is produced by The Berkeley Electronic Press

Forcing Factors Affecting Sea Level Changes at the Coast

We review the characteristics of sea level variability at the coast focussing on how it differs from the variability in the nearby deep ocean. Sea level variability occurs on all timescales, with processes at higher frequencies tending to have a larger magnitude at the coast due to resonance and other dynamics. In the case of some processes, such as the tides, the presence of the...

What Kids Taught Us About Reading Instruction: Two Professors Return to the Classroom

, A. (1985). Each peach pearplum. New York: Robert B. Cooter, Jr. and D. Ray Reutzel are faculty members in the Department of Elementary Education at Brigham Young University in Provo Utah. Requests

From the Office of the Governor

A note from Governor Robert D. Ray congratulating the College of Veterinary Medicine on its centennial anniversary.

A Novel Dietary Supplement Containing Multiple Phytochemicals and Vitamins Elevates Hepatorenal and Cardiac Antioxidant Enzymes in the Absence of Significant Serum Chemistry and Genomic Changes

A novel dietary supplement composed of three well-known phytochemicals, namely, Salvia officinalis (sage) extract, Camellia sinensis (oolong tea) extract, and Paullinia cupana (guarana) extract, and two prominent vitamins (thiamine and niacin) was designed to provide nutritional support by enhancing metabolism and maintaining healthy weight and energy. The present study evaluated...

Response of Sesame to Selected Herbicides Applied Early in the Growing Season

Growth chamber experiments were conducted to evaluate the response of sesame to PRE and POST applications of soil residual herbicides. PRE applications of acetochlor and S-metolachlor at 1.26 and 1.43 kg ai·ha−1 showed little or no sesame injury (0 to 1%) 4 wks after herbicide treatments (WAT). POST treatments of acetochlor and trifluralin made 3 wks after planting (WAP) resulted...

Response of Sesame to Selected Herbicides Applied Early in the Growing Season

Growth chamber experiments were conducted to evaluate the response of sesame to PRE and POST applications of soil residual herbicides. PRE applications of acetochlor and S-metolachlor at 1.26 and 1.43 kg ai·ha−1 showed little or no sesame injury (0 to 1%) 4 wks after herbicide treatments (WAT). POST treatments of acetochlor and trifluralin made 3 wks after planting (WAP) resulted...

Response of Sesame to Selected Herbicides Applied Early in the Growing Season

Growth chamber experiments were conducted to evaluate the response of sesame to PRE and POST applications of soil residual herbicides. PRE applications of acetochlor and S-metolachlor at 1.26 and 1.43 kg ai·ha−1 showed little or no sesame injury (0 to 1%) 4 wks after herbicide treatments (WAT). POST treatments of acetochlor and trifluralin made 3 wks after planting (WAP) resulted...

Digital dissection and three-dimensional interactive models of limb musculature in the Australian estuarine crocodile (Crocodylus porosus)

Digital dissection is a relatively new technique that has enabled scientists to gain a better understanding of vertebrate anatomy. It can be used to rapidly disseminate detailed, three-dimensional information in an easily accessible manner that reduces the need for destructive, traditional dissections. Here we present the results of a digital dissection on the appendicular...

Confirmation of Xanthomonas citri subsp. citri causing citrus canker in Timor-Leste

The bacterium Xanthomonas citri subsp. citri, which causes the disease citrus canker, has been confirmed and reported for the first time in Timor-Leste. Herbarium collections indicate citrus canker has been present since at least 2006. The identity of X. citri subsp. citri has been confirmed using biochemical, and molecular tests, and by completion of Koch’s postulates.

Cotton leafroll dwarf virus detected in Timor-Leste

Cotton leafroll dwarf virus (CLRDV) is vectored by cotton aphid (Aphis gossypii) and causes Cotton blue disease. This disease results in significant crop losses in commercial cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) from several regions of the world. CLRDV was detected using molecular tools in a sample of Sea island cotton (Gossypium barbadense) collected from Timor-Leste.