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    • Cumulative effects of small reservoir construction 

      Ignatius, Amber Rose (uga, 2015-08)
      Despite the critical importance of water management in the Southeastern U.S., policymakers and water professionals have little information regarding the ecological impacts of the region’s several thousand small artificial ...
    • Cupid recalled 

      Beers, Neil Adam (uga, 2004-05)
      Tristia 2 is the prime example of Ovid’s attempt, while in exile, to defend and reinterpret his erotic poetry in the form of an apologia pro vita sua to the emperor who banished him. In Epistulae Ex Ponto 3.3, Cupid reappears ...
    • Curami 

      De, Reshmi (uga, 2015-05)
      The use of computing has become nearly ubiquitous in biomedical sciences, which resulted in the creation of numerous data sets and data sources. To assure accuracy, data sets such as UniProt, Reactome, and COSMIC have to ...
    • Curatorial practices in museums housing fashion and dress collections in the United States and the United Kingdom 

      Schwartz, Jessica Drew (uga, 2012-05)
      This study utilized in-depth interviews with curators of fashion and dress departments at large-scale museums in the United States and the United Kingdom to further explore the methods employed by curators of fashion and ...
    • Curio 

      Eavenson, Matthew R. (uga, 2015-05)
      Curio is a software framework intended to help researchers aggregate, integrate, organize, enhance, share, and analyze their scientific data. Most current research systems are built around predefined data management schemas ...
    • Current compositions and successional trajectories of forest stands in the southern Appalachians 

      Nedlo, Leigh Griggs (uga, 2007-05)
      I sampled woody species compositions on 19 forested sites of the Cherokee National Forest (CNF) in eastern Tennessee. A hierarchical cluster analysis derived 10 groups of plots, which we further divided into 52 site-groups. ...
    • Current problems of international taxation of electronic commerce 

      Kerimov, Nuran Gudrat (uga, 2002-05)
      This Thesis discusses main Problems that face Tax Authorities of many countries in the process of Taxation of Electronic Commerce. It Analyzes examples of Problems Posed by the Growth of E-Commerce in the context International ...
    • Curriculum as praxis 

      Stratton, Pamela Veronica Wolski (uga, 2007-12)
      Health conditions related to diet are an ongoing concern in America. Diseases related to nutrition continue to escalate, not only with adults, but also with school children. Although diet and health are facets of the science ...
    • Cut from an ethnographic museum: 

      Kosberg, Abigail Aschwege (uga, 2018-05)
      From 1924 to 1934, Hannah Höch created a series, From an Ethnographic Museum, which features photomontages that collage together images of modern figures with so-called ‘primitive’ objects from Western ethnographic ...
    • Cut-to-length harvesting in the Southeastern USA : value recovery and adoption by potential users 

      Conradie, Ian Patrick (uga, 2003-05)
      Cut-to-length (CTL) is not the harvesting system of choice in the southeastern USA although it is perceived to be more environmentally friendly and to have the ability to recover more value from stems. This study found ...
    • Cyber haggler 

      Ujjwal, Kumar (uga, 2007-05)
      In this thesis, we analyze the sequential bargaining problem from a different perspective. Instead of taking a game theoretic approach, we model bargaining as a search problem and use a genetic algorithm to find an equilibrium ...
    • Cyber-social-physical approaches for effective detection of cyanobacterial blooms. 

      Boddula, Vinay Kumar (uga, 2017-12)
      Cyanobacterial Harmful Algal Bloom (CyanoHABs) is a wide geographic water infestation phenomenon negatively impacting ecology, human and animal health, recreational activities and economy. While traditional monitoring ...
    • Cybercrime 

      Ayala, Karissa (uga, 2004-05)
      As the new information age develops and grows in all areas of communication technologies, it imposes new challenges to the legal system in protecting individuals and companies. These new challenges are the result of the ...
    • Cyclic enediynes and enyne-allenes containing additional functionalities 

      Zhegalova, Natalia (uga, 2011-05)
      Natural enediyne antibiotics are perhaps the most potent natural anticancer agents. Their extreme cytotoxicity is attributed to the ability of either (Z)-3-ene-1,5-diyne or (Z)-1,2,4-heptatrien-6-yne fragment to undergo ...
    • Cyclical time and the pleasure principle in Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon and beloved 

      Murrell, Sherietta Farron (uga, 2006-05)
      Beyond the most literal meaning of pleasure, the novelist represents pleasure as both the opportunity for and the eventual attainment of racial freedom. Such a reach encapsulates the near-miracle in personal and communal ...
    • Cycling and the city 

      Hart, William Boutwell (uga, 2005-05)
      This thesis explores the relationship between urban design and urban cycling. It begins with a historical review of the bicycle in urban environments and then sets out to answer two central questions; How does urban design ...
    • Cyclization strategies to stabilize epidermal growth factor receptor dimerization arm mimics 

      Hanold, Laura Elizabeth (uga, 2016-05)
      Protein-protein interactions (PPIs) have critical roles in the regulation of signal transduction in the cell, and the dysregulation of these signaling pathways contributes to various disease states. As such, PPIs offer ...
    • Cytauxzoon felis 

      Brown, Holly Moore (uga, 2010-08)
      Although cytauxzoonosis has historically been nearly 100% fatal in domestic cats, increasing numbers of reports of infected cats demonstrating less severe disease suggest the development of different strains of Cytauxzoon ...
    • Cytokine gene polymorphisms associated with resistance vs. susceptibility to reinfection with Schistosoma mansoni 

      Gatlin, Michael Richard (uga, 2009-05)
      The immunologic findings that most consistently correlate with resistance in human schistosomiasis are high levels of IgE and low levels of IgG4. We have genotyped gene and promoter polymorphisms of cytokines associated ...
    • Cytokine messenger RNA expression in calves vaccinated intranasally with modified-live bovine respiratory syncytial virus (BRSV) prior to BRSV challenge 

      Miao, Congrong (uga, 2003-05)
      In order to investigate mechanisms of cellular immune responses in bovine respiratory syncytial virus (BRSV) infected and vaccinated calves, total RNA was isolated from various sites of 3 groups of calves: vaccinated with ...