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Influence of phytates on chromium nutrition of the rat
(Texas Tech University, 1981-05)
Objectives of this research were to produce a chromium (Cr) deficiency in rats in our laboratory as assessed by glucose removal rate and to determine if phytate would exacerbate the chromium deficiency state. Weanling ...
The history and acceptance of the performance testing program at the Texas Technological College Research Farm
(Texas Tech University, 1964-05)
Quaternary faulting in Salt Basin graben, West Texas
Fault scarps cutting alluvial deposits define the present-day eastern boundary of Basin and Range faulting in Trans-Pecos Texas. These faults are found in the Salt Basin graben north of Van Horn, Texas, and its southerly ...
E.A.A.R.I.: the Electronic Arts Archive and Research Institute, Texas Tech University
(Texas Tech University, 1984-05)
Analog and digital realizations of the Hogg-Huberman neural model
(Texas Tech University, 1989-12)
Advances in steam-flaking grain sorghum and predicting starch availability for cattle
(Texas Tech University, 1995-12)
The use of grain sorghum as a feedstuff for feedlot and dairy cattle is a common practice in the southwestern United States. A decline in the use of grain sorghum has been noted over the past decade. This decline has ...
Sigma bond activation of the hydrogen molecule by cooperative interaction with a boron cation, a lithium anion, and a beryllium atom
(Texas Tech University, 1999-05)
Sigma bond activation, making a sigma bond more reactive, has been one of tht' most extensively studied areas of chemistry for the past decade. Sigma bonds are the strongest bonds and therefore reactions that involve the ...
An electron microscopic cytochemical study of the effects of x-irradiation on inosine diphosphatase and thiamine pyrophosphatase in the human testis
(Texas Tech University, 1971-08)
Alternative strength testing methods for employee screening
(Texas Tech University, 1983-12)