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Contagious Foot Rot--An Update, Clell Bagley Nov 1998

Contagious Foot Rot--An Update, Clell Bagley

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Foot rot is a serious contagious disease of sheep that has become a common problem in the western states in recent years. Once established in a flock, it usually remains until a consistent treatment program eliminates it. This disease must be differentiated from other foot problems if it is to be successfully treated.


Contagious Foot Rot Of Sheep, Clell Bagley Nov 1998

Contagious Foot Rot Of Sheep, Clell Bagley

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Foot rot is a serious, contagious disease of sheep in which the horny hoof tissue is involved and undermined. Once established, it usually remains in a flock unless a systematic treatment program is used to eradicate it.


The Effect Of The Estimate Of Resting Metabolic Rate On The Correlation Between Energy Expenditure As Estimated Using Self-Reports Of Physical Activity And Food Intake Records In Older Adults, Judy Hurd May 1998

The Effect Of The Estimate Of Resting Metabolic Rate On The Correlation Between Energy Expenditure As Estimated Using Self-Reports Of Physical Activity And Food Intake Records In Older Adults, Judy Hurd

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

This study measured total daily energy expenditure (TDEE) in adults at least 50 years of age. The goal was to determine the effect of the estimate of resting metabolic rate (RMR) on the relationship between energy expenditure estimates made using (a) self-reports of physical activity and (b) food intake records. The objectives were to determine if (a) RMR estimates based on body composition, body weight, and the 111 metabolic cart were strongly related to each other, and (b) TDEE estimates based on a 7- day physical activity diary and a 7-day food intake record were more strongly related to each ...


What We Can All Do To Prevent Youth Substance Use, Thomas Lee, Steven Dennis Jan 1998

What We Can All Do To Prevent Youth Substance Use, Thomas Lee, Steven Dennis

All Archived Publications

No abstract provided.


Guidelines For Home Storage, Marilyn B. Noyes Jan 1998

Guidelines For Home Storage, Marilyn B. Noyes

All Archived Publications

Values help determine the way you live day to day, the way you make decisions in real life situations. When you plan storage, consider the things you think are most important and the needs of the people with whom you live.


Assessing And Classifying Studentswith Behavioral Disorders: Some Tips For Improving Practice, Marilyn Likins, D. M. Morgan Jan 1998

Assessing And Classifying Studentswith Behavioral Disorders: Some Tips For Improving Practice, Marilyn Likins, D. M. Morgan

Special Education and Rehabilitation Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Employment Expectation Profiles As A Differential Measure Of Employment-Relevant Attitudes Towards People With Disabilities, Michael J. Millington, D. Rosenthal, A. Lott Jan 1998

Employment Expectation Profiles As A Differential Measure Of Employment-Relevant Attitudes Towards People With Disabilities, Michael J. Millington, D. Rosenthal, A. Lott

Special Education and Rehabilitation Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


The Constructs And Practices Of Job Placement, Michael J. Millington, R. Butterworth, S. Fesko, H. Mccarthy Jan 1998

The Constructs And Practices Of Job Placement, Michael J. Millington, R. Butterworth, S. Fesko, H. Mccarthy

Special Education and Rehabilitation Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Tools For Cognition: Student Free Access To Manipulative Materials In Controlversus Autonomy-Oriented Middle Grades Teachers’ Classrooms, Patricia Moyer-Packenham, Gail M. Jones Jan 1998

Tools For Cognition: Student Free Access To Manipulative Materials In Controlversus Autonomy-Oriented Middle Grades Teachers’ Classrooms, Patricia Moyer-Packenham, Gail M. Jones

Teacher Education and Leadership Faculty Publications

This study investigated how middle grades students provided with free access to manipulative materials use these mathematical tools in classrooms where their teachers are identified as Control-Oriented and Autonomy-Oriented. Also of interest in this investigation was how Control-Oriented and Autonomy-Oriented teachers administered the free access treatment in their classrooms. A Pre -- Post -1 Post -2 design was used with two treatments. During Treatment 1, teachers used the manipulatives for mathematics instruction using the strategies learned in the summer professional development workshop. During Treatment 2, teachers provided students with free access to the manipulative materials. Results indicated teachers' control orientations--control versus ...


The Learning Spiral: Taking The Lead From How Young Children Learn, Marth Taylor Dever Jan 1998

The Learning Spiral: Taking The Lead From How Young Children Learn, Marth Taylor Dever

Teacher Education and Leadership Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.