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  • Dynamics Of The Circadian Rhythm In Drosophila Melanogaster 

    Kidd, Philip (2015-01-26)
    The circadian clock drives daily rhythms in many organisms and is a key regulator of diverse physiological functions, including metabolism, the immune system, and sleep. Circadian oscillators also have a variety of interesting ...
  • Dynamics of Three Coupled Van Der Pol Oscillators With Application to Circadian Rhythms 

    Rompala, Kevin Robert (2006-03-03)
    In this thesis we study the dynamics of the in-phase mode for a system of three coupled van der Pol oscillators. Two of the oscillators are taken to be identical and coupled indirectly via a third oscillator whose natural ...
  • Dynamics of Water Entry 

    Truscott, Tadd T.; Aristoff, Jeffrey M.; Techet, Alexandra H. (2008-10-10)
    The hydrodynamics associated with water-entry of spheres can be highly variable with respect to the material and kinematic properties of the sphere. This series of five fluid dynamics videos illustrates several subtle ...
  • Dynamics, Control, And Stability Of Fruit Fly Flight 

    Ristroph, Leif (2011-05-31)
    The flight of insects is a beautiful example of an organism's complex interaction with its physical environment. Consider, for example, a fly's evasive dodge of an approaching swatter. The insect must orchestrate a cascade ...
  • Dynamics, Theory and Applications 

    Kane, Thomas R.; Levinson, David A. (McGraw Hill, 1985)
    This textbook is intended to provide a basis for instruction in dynamics. Its purpose is not only to equip students with the skills they need to deal effectively with present-day dynamics problems, but also to bring them ...
  • Dysphagia in a horse 

    Huggler, Kate E. (2013-05-01)
    This report describes the diagnosis and treatment of a 9 year old Thoroughbred gelding that presented to the Cornell University Equine Hospital with excessive coughing following a prosthetic laryngoplasty (tie-back) surgery. ...
  • Dystocia and vaginal vestibulotomy in an Asian elephant 

    Moyal, Michelle N. (2006-09-13)
    Objective: To discuss a case of dystocia and the use of vaginal vestibulotomy as an efficacious treatment option in an Asian elephant. Design: Case report. Animals: 31 year old female Asian elephant from the Rosamond Gifford ...
  • Dystocia, retained placenta, and laminitis in a draft mare 

    Cavatorta, Derek (2009-12-09)
    Hannah, a 12 year old Clydesdale mare, presented as an emergency to the Theriogenology service at the Cornell University Equine and Farm animal Hospital on 6/18/09 for dystocia. Upon presentation, Hannah was quiet and ...
  • DΧ of DΚΕ Special Study #08: Overt Mottos of the DΚΕ Fraternity and Chapters 

    Fogle, H. William Jr. (2011-06-24)
    Overt mottos of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity and thirty-five of the constituent ninety-six chapters are translated from the Greek into English. Origins of selected mottos are identified.
  • DΧ of DΚΕ Special Study #14: Scholastic Performance in the Post-WWII Deke House 

    Fogle, Homer William Jr (2013-05-31)
    Scholastic performance of the Cornell Dekes during the post-war period as reported by the Cornell University Registrar’s Office, by resident academic advisors and in the fraternity’s own pronouncements is recorded.
  • DΧ of DΚΕ Special Study #17: Chapter Letters (DKE Quarterly) 

    Fogle, Homer William Jr (2013-05-07)
    Transcriptions of selected letters by the Delta Chi Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon at Cornell University that were published in The Delta Kappa Epsilon Quarterly (later The Deke Quarterly) during the years 1883 to 2001 are ...
  • DΧ of DΚΕ Special Study #21: Annual Chapter Letters, 1920-1934 

    Fogle, Homer William Jr (2010-03-15)
    Abridged transcriptions of twelve annual letter pamphlets issued by the Delta Chi Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon at Cornell University during the years 1920 to 1934 are presented. Cataloging information for this material ...
  • DΧ of DΚΕ Special Study #22: Chapter Finances, 1950-69 

    Fogle, Homer William Jr (2013-05-31)
    The financial condition of the Cornell Deke House during the Nineteen-fifties and -sixties is followed using data from monthly statements prepared by the Chapter’s accountants, excerpts from Chapter Meeting Minutes and ...
  • DΧ of DΚΕ Special Study #23: Delta Chi Association Organization and Leadership 

    Fogle, Homer William Jr (2013-05-08)
    The officers of the Delta Chi Association, Inc. (1888), the alumni organization for the Delta Chi Chapter of the Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity at Cornell University, are identified based on fraternity publications and ...
  • e-Clips 

    Cline, John; Corson-Rikert, Jon (2006-12-15)
  • E-Journal Access Using the Catalog, Federated Search, and Reference Linking Systems 

    Calhoun, Karen (2004-03-18)
    Discusses the use of a variety of means to search electronic journals, including via the library catalog, through federated searching, and through reference linking.
  • E-Journal Maintenance Task Force: Final Report (4/03) 

    Banush, David; Pajerek, Jean; Rupp, Nathan; Wicks, Scott (Cornell University Library, 2003-04)
    This is a report that investigates new strategies for e-journal maintenance at CUL.
  • E-Journal Maintenance Task Force: Preliminary Report 

    Banush, David; Kara, Bill; Pajerek, Jean; Wicks, Scott (Cornell University Library, 2002-10-30)
    In July 2002, the Electronic Journal Maintenance Task Force (David Banush (chair), Bill Kara, Jean Pajerek and Scott Wicks) received a three-part charge from the Technical Services Executive Group (TSEG.) From mid-July ...
  • E. coli associated granulomatous colitis in a French Bulldog 

    Palmisano, Jessica (2012-02-01)
    A 1-year-old castrated male French bulldog, presented to a local veterinary practice several times over the course of his first year of life for chronic bloody diarrhea. No definitive diagnosis was made, and there was no ...
  • E1. Large-Eddy Simulation of Stable ABLs to De-velop Better Turbulence Closures for Climate and Weather Models 

    Bou-Zeid, Elie; Huang, Jing; Golaz, Chris (Internet-First University Press, 2012-05)
    A disconnect remains between our improved physical understanding of boundary layers stabilized by buoyancy and how we parameterize them in coarse atmospheric models. Most operational climate models require excessive ...