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  • Gest, Howard (None, 2008-07-04)
    Critique of the myth of unculturability of most microbes living in nature
  • Jakubs, Deborah (Indiana University Libraries, 1996)
    Examines the changing roles of area librarians and discusses how area librarians can remain relevant in academic libraries. Jakubs assesses the current skill set of area librarians and discusses new skill sets area ...
  • de Caro, Frank (Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology, Indiana University, 1968-09)
  • Brunvand, Jan Harold (Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology, Indiana University, 1968-11)
  • Stephenson, E.J.; Tostevin, J.A. (Indiana University Cyclotron Facility, 1991)
  • Polly, P. David; Goswami, Anjali (P. David Polly and Anjali Goswami, 2010-10-30)
    Morphological integration is correlation of parts, the integration of morphological traits or features that must function, grow, or be passed to offspring on as working units. Individual integrated units are modules, a ...
  • Proffitt, Garrett (Indiana University Department of Mathematics, 2010)
    Classifying Single-Tile Periodic Tilings of the Real Line and Realizing the Deformation Spaces of Two and Three Square Periodic Tilings of the Plane through Combinatorial Structure.
  • Danielle Whittaker (2013-03-29)
    Protocol for PCR of extracted avian DNA using primers that can determine the sex of the samples. Uses agarose gels to determine the amplified alleles.
  • Molt 1999 
    Ketterson, Ellen (1999)
    Methods for quantifying molt in adult and juvenile Dark-eyed Juncos (Junco hyemalis) at Mountain Lake Biological Station, Pembroke, Virginia.
  • Clark, Gracia (University Press of America and The Society for Economic Anthropology, 1989)
    This paper analyses how Asante women trading in the Central Market of Kumasi (Ghana’s second largest city) balance the demands of trading and domestic work upon their time and money. Matriliny and duolocal marriage define ...
  • Gliboff, Sander (2012)
    Ernst Haeckel’s monistic worldview and his interpretation of Darwin’s theory of evolution worked together to help him rule out any role for divine providence or any non-material mind, spirit, will, or purpose in the ...
  • Turner, George W.
    The session on monitoring HPC clusters was presented at the 2014 Linux Cluster Institute's Workshop - a hands-on workshop that covered the fundamentals of setting up and administering a high-performance computing (HPC) ...
  • Naylor, Shawn; Gustin, Andrew R.; Ellett, Kevin M. (2011-12-07)
    By exploiting the near-surface heat reservoir, ground-source heat pumps (GSHP) represent an important renewable energy technology that can be further developed by establishing data sets related to shallow (<100m) thermal ...
  • Folbre, Nancy (Indiana University William T. Patten Foundation, 2015-11-10)
    In “Monsters of the Economic: Inequality, Fear, and Loathing in America”, Folbre examines the trend toward extreme income inequality within the U.S. and the global economy as a whole is clear. But the numbers don’t reveal ...
  • Brown, Bryan; Hardesty, Juliet; McDonald, Courtney Greene (Indiana University Digital Collections Services, 2013-12-11)
    Libraries are interested in providing better, more comprehensive access to physical and digital collections, institutionally and collectively. Indiana University is improving its discovery tools with multiple projects in ...
  • Steinfeldt, Jesse; Rutkowski, Leslie A.; Orr, Thomas J.; Steinfeldt, Matthew C. (Human Kinetics, 2012-09)
    This study examined on-field antisocial sports behaviors among 274 American football players in the United States. Results indicated that moral atmosphere (i.e., teammate, coach influence) and conformity to masculine ...
  • Slovic, Paul (Indiana University William T. Patten Foundation, 2016-10-27)
    In many human and environmental crises, individuals and their governments exhibit a morally troubling response to the risk of mass casualties that can be described by the phrase “the more who die, the less we care,” ...
  • Zoeckler, Laurence Gerard ([Bloomington, Ind.] : Indiana University, 2010-05-24)
    Moral issues are deeply embedded in the grading practices of high school English teachers. The problem of giving the right grade for each pupil is central to the study's examination of grading practices of the English ...
  • Glassie, Henry (Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology, Indiana University, 1983)
  • Simek, Lauren ([Bloomington, Ind.] : Indiana University, 2014-05)
    This dissertation examines the longstanding critical distaste for didactic literature and the marginalization of certain Victorian women novelists' work for its overt moral, religious, and political commitments. Exploring ...

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