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A Descriptive Study of Protective Tissue Formation in Stems of Quercus buckleyi Nixon & Dorr (Fagaceae)
The epidermis and periderm are two components of the protective tissues that cover plant stems and roots. The epidermis is the first protective layer of the plant, and is later replaced by the periderm, which is typically ...
Effects of Capsaicin and Evodiamine Ingestion on Energy Expenditure and Lipid Oxidation at Rest and After Moderately-Intense Exercise in Men
Obesity has become a global epidemic within the last 25 years, with about 65% of the adult population in America being classified as either overweight or obese. In response to this epidemic, countless dietary supplements ...
Characteristics of urban constructions occupied by bats
Certain bat species like Myotis velifer (cave myotis), Pipistrellus subflavus (eastern pipistrelle), and Tadarida brasiliensis (Mexican free-tailed) of Waco, Texas roost in buildings, sometimes even when more natural ...
Bat Foraging Activity and Insect Abundance in Relation to Foraging Activity on Baylor University Campus
The relationship between bats and urbanization is not yet well understood. Whereas bats are nocturnal and generally operate in darkness, insects tend to be drawn to illumination at nighttime. For this project, the ...
The Effect of Annotation on Metacomprehension of Text
Metacomprehension refers to a person’s ability to monitor what information has been learned through reading. Good metacomprehension is important for efficient studying. Prior research shows that most readers demonstrate ...