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    • Human behaviors in modern campus lunch landscapes 

      Suppakitpaisarn, Pongsakorn (uga, 2013-05)
      The exposure to “green spaces” can benefit people’s health. Human behaviors in modern university lunch landscapes and the behavioral changes created by using electronic devices in them are explored. The thesis determined ...
    • Human disease and gain-of-function mutations in the KIT/KITL signaling pathway 

      Natrajan, Nithya Malti (uga, 2009-05)
      KIT ligand (KITL) interacts with and activates the class III receptor tyrosine kinase KIT. In vertebrates, the KIT/KITL signaling pathway is involved in the development and proliferation of germ cells, melanocytes, ...
    • Human judgment in diagnosing problem behavior in horses using knowledge-based system application 

      Abd Ghani, Kartini (uga, 2004-12)
      Judgment and decision making happens in everyday lives. However, the information used in making judgment is seldom perfect and contains a degree of error. The relationship between variables, cues and information ...
    • Human needs 

      Sommet, Laura Elizabeth (uga, 2012-08)
      This thesis identifies the issues of current public housing designs on human needs and the needs of women to explore how designers can improve upon current models. Examining human needs theory, social and emotional well ...
    • Human neural progenitors express functional lysophospholipid receptors that regulate cell growth and morphology 

      Hurst, Jillian H; Mumaw, Jennifer; Machacek, David W; Sturkie, Carla; Callihan, Phillip; Stice, Steve L; Hooks, Shelley B (2008-12-11)
      Abstract Background Lysophospholipids regulate the morphology and growth of neurons, neural cell lines, and neural progenitors. A ...
    • Human neuroblastoma (SH-SY5Y) cell culture and differentiation in 3-D collagen hydrogels for cell-based biosensing 

      Desai, Anu A (uga, 2004-12)
      Cell-based three-dimensional systems are desirable in the field of high throughput screening assays due to their similarity to in vivo environment. We have used SH-SY5Y neuroblastoma cells cultured in 3-D collagen hydrogel ...
    • Human pluripotent stem cell-derived mesothelium functions in regenerative medicine as a multipotent vascular progenitor 

      Colunga, Thomas Anthony (uga, 2018-05)
      The human body contains two major coelomic cavities, thoracic and abdominal, that are lined with an epithelial cell called mesothelium. Mesothelium also forms the outer layer of internal organs within these cavities and ...
    • Human random capacities through repeated numeric sampling 

      Thomas, Aileen Elizabeth (uga, 2009-05)
      Randomness in the macroworld of human actions would contradict the theory of causal determinism, that all events occur as a direct result from antecedent factors, and be a pivotal contribution to philosophical debates on ...
    • Human trafficiking and education 

      Spires, Robert Weber (uga, 2012-05)
      In this qualitative, ethnographic case study, I examine two Thai NGO shelters/schools working with human trafficking survivors and at-risk populations of children ages 5-18. The two NGOs had a residential component, meaning ...
    • Human-environment interaction on a coastal forest-savanna mosaic in southern Mozambique 

      Shaffer, Laura Jean (uga, 2009-12)
      This research investigates how indigenous Ronga residents of two rural communities (1) use the spatial and temporal heterogeneity of the landscape for livelihood activities and to manage environmental risk; (2) perceive ...
    • Humanitarian crises 

      Darville, Sarah Dean (uga, 2006-08)
      The traditional understanding of NGO decision-making is based primarily on functionalist theory—aid goes where the need is most. However, this research builds on previous research and seeks to identify additional factors, ...
    • Humanitarian literature 

      Highfill, Catherine Owen (uga, 2008-05)
      This thesis investigates the unique condition of Dave Eggers’ and Valentino Achak Deng’s collaboration on the book What is the What. When Eggers, an established American novelist, was introduced to Deng, a Sudanese refugee ...
    • Humorous reappraisal of threat information in advertising 

      Yoon, Hye Jin (uga, 2010-08)
      Studies have often observed the effects of threat persuasion strategies on attitudinal or behavioral changes in advertising. But seldom studied is the potential power of humor in increasing the persuasiveness of the threat ...
    • Hunting and shooting club directory 

      Wolfe, Kent L. (University of Georgia, 2007)
    • Hurricane effects on molluscan death assemblages and their facies. 

      Wysong, Eric J. (uga, 2008-05)
      Hurricanes are major agents in sediment transport, but modern coral reef studies indicate that limited transport occurs among molluscan death assemblages. Such studies were largely conducted in environments with partially ...
    • Hybrid literature and hybrid lives 

      Doss, Sarah Harden (uga, 2010-05)
      This study grapples with the questions of Latina identity, specifically as communicated through two adolescent novels, Esperanza Rising and Becoming Naomi León, both written by Pam Muñoz Ryan. This study discusses the ...
    • Hybrid rice as a pro-poor technology? 

      McFall, William Andrew (uga, 2013-08)
      Hybrids are often thought to be generally beneficial due to the benefits offered from higher yield performance. However, in the case of hybrid rice, these yield gains are offset by poor grain quality that reduces the price ...
    • Hyde Farm 

      Owen, Theresa Kate (uga, 2012-08)
      Hyde Farm is located within the Atlanta Metro Region in Cobb County. Managed jointly by Cobb County Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs and the National Park Service, a reactivation of agriculture on this historic farm ...
    • Hydration strategies, nutrition, and health during a lifestyle transition in the Bolivian Amazon 

      Rosinger, Asher Yoel (uga, 2015-05)
      This dissertation research investigated hydration strategies, hydration status, perceptions of the water environment, health, and nutrition among Tsimane’ forager-horticulturalists undergoing lifestyle transitions in the ...
    • Hydraulic ram made from standard plumbing parts 

      Henning, Frank; Risse, Mark; Segars, William; Calvert, Vaughn II; Garner, Joseph (University of Georgia, 1998-09)