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An Analysis of the Arguments Used in the Home School Issue
(North Dakota State University, 1988)
"An Analysis of the Arguments Used in the Home School Issue," by Jaime P. Meyer is a study employing a twelve point method of analysis taken from the work of Ch. Perselman and L. Olbrechts-Tyteca. This study sought to ...
Scanning Electron Microscope Examination of Sugarbeet Flowers and Fruits Infected with Phoma Betae
(North Dakota State University, 1980)
There are three natural openings in a mature sugarbeet fruit which serve as avenues of entry for microorganisms: 1) the basal pore which contains dried parenchyma and vascular tissue and is the point where the flower was ...
Pathogenic Variation, Host Specialization and Aggressiveness in Helminthosporium Sativum
(North Dakota State University, 1984)
Common root rot, caused by Cochliobolus sativus, is an important disease of spring wheat and barley in the northern Great Plains. While the disease has been widely studied, extensive systematic investigation of pathological ...
Glucose Uptake by the Cellulolytic Rumen Anaerobe Bacteroides Succinogenes
(North Dakota State University, 1986)
Glucose uptake by the cellulclytic rumen anaerobe, Bacteroides succinogenes S85, was measured under conditions that maintained anaerobiosis and osmotic stability. This organism was found to possess a highly specific, active ...