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    • Larry the Mentor 

      Stone, W.C. (2014-10-21)
    • The Larry Zuidema Interview of February 15, 2006 

      Colle, Royal D. (interviewer) (2006-02-15)
      Produced by: Royal D. Colle
    • Laryngeal paralysis and encephalitis in a Quarter Horse mare 

      Gerlinger, Jena (2012-02-08)
      This is the case report of a 13 year old Quarter Horse mare who presented for severe neurologic signs including laryngeal paralysis, obtundation, left-sided facial paralysis, right-sided head tilt, and ataxia. CSF analysis, ...
    • Laser facilitated ankylosis of the pastern join 

      Halpert, Kimberly J. (2006-11-08)
      A healthy Thoroughbred gelding presented for lameness. Clinical Findings: 4/5 forelimb lameness and evidence of pastern joint osteoarthritis. Treatment: In this horse, the pastern joint was ankylosed under general anesthesia ...
    • Laser Frequency Stabilization With Pound-Drever-Hall Technique 

      Feng, Yin (2015-05-24)
      Laser frequency stabilization is important in laser science and various researches requiring laser beams with high frequency precision. However, the changes in physical parameters of the lasers themselves and in the external ...
    • Laser Hair Removal 

      Jolly, Aaron; Gupta, Sameer; Auerbach, Eric; Loaknauth, Nicholas; Drost, Laurens (2004-11-12)
      Laser hair removal, through a process known as selective photothermolysis, is a new trendy way to remove all that unwanted hair. Traditional methods such as waxing, tweezing, shaving and electrolysis each have their ...
    • Laser Hair Removal: Comparative Study of Light Wavelength and its Effect on Laser Hair Removal 

      Cheung, Ling; Mitrea, Diana; Suhrland, Cassandra; Zeng, Henry (2009-05-08)
      For some people, hirsuteness (having excess body hair) can be an embarrassing problem. Many attempts have been made to find a solution to these problems, including electrolysis, tweezing, shaving, and waxing. However, most ...
    • Laser Induced Fluorescence Gas Puff Density Measurements 

      Evans, Matthew (2012-08-20)
      The double gas puff valve is a device used to inject a supersonic puff of gas to act as a load in z-pinch plasma implosions. The purpose of the annular gas shells is to mimic a cylindrical column along the z-axis in efforts ...

      Ling, Tzufan (2005-08-04)
      The principle of laser induced cell/spore lysis was explored in this project. E. coli K12 and B. subtilis spores were chosen as the target analytes. The lasers available for testing were of wavelength 980nm and 1480nm. ...
    • Laser Interstitial Thermo-Therapy in Hepatic Tissue 

      Ahyow, Patrick; Lee, Brian; Wong, Kevin (2006-05-24)
      Laser Interstitial ThermoTherapy (LITT) is a well establish surgical method used in the treatment of tumors. This study analyzes the extent of tissue damage when using LITT in a liver. GAMBIT and FIDAP was used to model ...
    • Laser Irradiation of Tumors for the Treatment of Cancer: An Analysis of Blood Flow, Temperature and Oxygen Transport 

      Sood, Ravi; Nahlik, David; Nichols, Weston; Graham, Evan (2007-07-10)
      It has been shown that hypoxic tumor cells are resistant to radiation and that increasing tumor oxygen levels via laser-mediated hyperthermia treatment increases tumor cell radiosensitivity. Hence, studies of the effects ...
    • Laser-Induced Millisecond Heating Of Polymers And Small Molecules For Pattern Development 

      Jung, Byungki (2014-01-27)
      Microlithography and laser spike annealing (LSA) are key techniques that have enabled continued dimension scaling of transistors used in the semiconductor industry. As minimum feature sizes reach sub-20 nm scale in patterning, ...
    • Lasers And Landing Sites: The Geomorphology, Stratigraphy, And Composition Of Mars 

      Anderson, Ryan (2012-01-31)
      With each new mission to Mars, the amount of available data increases dramatically. This drastic increase in data volume requires new approaches to take advantage of the available information. The goal of the work presented ...
    • A Last Class (Taught by Frederick Marcham) 

      Marcham, Frederick G. (Internet-First University Press, 2006)
      Prof. Marcham discusses his life and his Rules to Live By with the 1991 last meeting of a Cornell University course. Length 28:44.
    • Late blight management in home and community gardens: benefits transcend Community/Ag boundaries 

      Seaman, Abby; Brewer, Lori; Lamb, Elizabeth (New York State IPM Program, 2014)
      Late blight is a serious plant disease that affects both home gardeners and farmers. Because infected plants produce huge quantities of spores that spread the disease, accurate disease identification and appropriate ...
    • Late Blight Network 

      Seaman, Abby (New York State IPM Program, 2010)
      Late blight is a serious disease of tomato and potato which, if not controlled, has the potential to destroy entire fields in as little as two weeks when weather conditions are favorable. Since 1993, Extension faculty and ...
    • Late Blight Network 

      Seaman, A. (New York State IPM Program, 2009)
      Late blight is a serious disease of tomato and potato which, if not controlled, has the potential to destroy entire fields in as little as two weeks when weather conditions are favorable.  Since 1993, Extension faculty and ...
    • Late Blight of Potatoes and Tomatoes 

      Frye, William E. (New York State IPM Program, 1998)
      Late blight of potatoes and tomatoes, the disease that was responsible for the Irish potato famine in the mid-nineteenth century, is caused by the fungus-like oomycete pathogen Phytophthora infestans. It can infect and ...
    • Late Blight: Evaluating and Purchasing Seed Tubers 

      Loria, Rosemary; Slack, Steven A. (New York State IPM Program, 1995)
      Most seedborne pathogens can cause substantial reductions in yield or quality in the subsequent crop. However, some diseases such as late blight, ring rot and leafroll have the potential to spread quickly through the crop ...
    • Late Cenozoic tectonics of the Middle Atlas Mountains, Morocco: Continental deformation in the diffuse western Mediterranean plate boundary 

      Gomez, Francisco (Cornell University, 1999)
      The Atlas Mountains of North Africa, located in the African foreland of the Alpine mountain belts, comprise a 2,000 km long Cenozoic mountain chain whose development was guided by older Mesozoic rift structures. This ...