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    • Yeast As a Model Organism To Assay the Functional Relevance of nsSNPS in Mitochondrial Disorders 

      Okani, Chidinma (2013-12-20)
      This thesis explores two yeast experiments. The first experiment, which was performed during the summers of 2011 and 2012, involved developing several yeast strains (including yeast strains with human wild-type orfeomes ...
    • You Should Have Expected Us - An Explanation of Anonymous 

      Gray, Alexander (2012-05-07)
      Anonymous is a decentralized activist collective that has evolved using the technology of the information age. This paper traces its origins as a way of contextualizing and better understanding its actions. The groups ...
    • Zebra Mussel Awareness in Central Texas 

      Ligocky, Brandy
      Since the introduction of the zebra mussel, Dreissena polymorpha, into the United States, freshwater food webs have been drastically altered. This mussel filters phytoplankton, the basis for aquatic food chains, which ...
    • The Zombie Argument and Its Implications for Naturalism 

      Averitt, Autumn S. (2014-06-02)
      In the discipline of philosophy today, the nature of consciousness is an extremely popular topic. Additionally, there is a general consensus on the truth of naturalism. This thesis investigates whether a naturalist conception ...