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    • Kinesin motor protein inhibition and the development and use of two-photon sensitive caging groups for biological use 

      Reddie, Khalilah G. (uga, 2007-05)
      Adociasulfate-2 (AS-2) inhibits the ATPase activity of kinesin motors by mimicking microtubules, the natural substrate of the protein. The mechanism of inhibition of kinesin by AS-2 was investigated with fluorescence ...
    • Kinesin motor protein inhibitors: toward the synthesis of adociasulfate analogs 

      Darne, Chetan Padmakar (uga, 2005-05)
      Cell division and intracellular functions are dependent on kinesin motor proteins. These proteins convey their cellular cargos by “walking” along the microtubule tracks. Specific inhibitors of kinesin would selectively ...
    • Kinetic isotope effect in the beta-subunit mechanism of tryptophan synthase ; excited state tautomerization of azaindole 

      Cash, Michael Todd (uga, 2003-08)
      In Chapter I of this thesis, the â-subunit mechanism of tryptophan synthase is investigated. We explored the addition of indole to the preformed aminoacrylate Lserine-enzyme complex to form an indolenine quinonoid intermediate. ...
    • Kinetics of leaching and binding of fumonisin B1 in soil microcosms 

      Williams, Lonnie Dwayne (uga, 2002-05)
      Fumonisin B1 (FB1) is a water-soluble mycotoxin produced by Fusarium verticillioides. Research objectives were to determine the leaching of FB1 through soil and FB1 binding in soil. Leachate and microcosm columns were used ...
    • Kinetics, products, and optical property changes during the heterogeneous oxidation of organic aerosols 

      Renbaum, Lindsay Hall (uga, 2011-05)
      A series of laboratory measurements have been developed to study the kinetics and product formation of organic aerosol oxidation and the consequences of oxidation on the optical properties of organic aerosol. The rate of ...
    • "King James" 

      Jackson, Thomas Harold (uga, 2008-12)
      James Edward Dickey was the twelfth president of Emory College and the last to serve at its Oxford, Georgia campus before it was consolidated into Emory University. As were many of his predecessors, Dickey was an Emory ...
    • Kings of their castles 

      Kozinsky, Elizabeth (uga, 2010-08)
      At first othered by his text and then given the power to marginalize the next generation, Heathcliff provides a vision of what a Caliban who succeeds would be and further explores the idea of a family producing its own ...
    • "Kitchen Literature" 

      Steere, Elizabeth Lee (uga, 2012-05)
      This project considers how the sensation fiction genre popular in the 1860s fits into the canon of nineteenth-century literature and considers how its depiction of gender and class reflects its context of social change. ...
    • Kittycams 

      Loyd, Kerrie Anne Therese (uga, 2012-08)
      There are an estimated 50-60 million owned, free-roaming cats in the United States today. The behavior of domestic cats (Felis catus) in the outdoors is a controversial subject requiring further research to address cat ...
    • Knowing science like a teacher 

      Nixon, Ryan Stephen (uga, 2015-05)
      Teacher content knowledge is an important component of science teachers’ knowledge as it can influence classroom practice and the development of other forms of knowledge. Despite its importance, content knowledge has been ...
    • Knowledge based personalization 

      Kim, Wonjung (uga, 2001-12)
      Semantic Web aims at bringing order to the information chaos on the web by associating semantics and context with content, thereby improving its value. It focuses on making content usable by computers for answering questions ...
    • Knowledge construction in the learning community 

      Chang, Bo (uga, 2010-05)
      China is in the process of implementing a learning society through the establishment of learning cities, learning organizations, and learning communities. Even though the structure of the learning community system is in ...
    • Knowledge in the network 

      Maclin, Edward Minor (uga, 2015-08)
      This dissertation describes a multi-sited, institutional ethnography of the WWF Global Arctic Programme (GAP) investigating the interplay of networks, organizational culture, and institutional structures. Research at the ...
    • Knowledge organization with multiple external representations in a computer-supported collaborative learning environment for arguing on a socio-scientific issue 

      Namdar, Bahadir (uga, 2014-08)
      The purpose of this research was to examine learners’ knowledge organization with multiple external representations (MER) in an argumentation-based computer-supported collaborative learning environment. For this purpose, ...
    • Knowledge transfer across assessment technologies 

      Zuiker, Steven John (uga, 2005-08)
      Educational assessments reflect different, often contrasting, assumptions about learning andknowledge transfer. This study considers the value and function of assessment technologies thatresonate with different general ...
    • Knowledge, sources of information and family communication about breast cancer 

      Jones, Karyn Ogata (uga, 2003-08)
      The current study seeks to investigate the perceptions and reported behaviors of male and female college students and their mothers about breast cancer under an uncertainty management (Brashers, 2001) theoretical framework. ...
    • Korean consumers' risk perceptions of new and modified food technologies 

      Hwang, Sojin (uga, 2005-05)
      Risk perception influences food preference and purchase decision. Perceived risk is assumed to be formed by various causes. Although previous studies have identified the relationship between risk perception and attitudes, ...
    • Korean immigrant women's experience of marital abuse and post-divorce adjustment 

      Lee, Youn Mi (uga, 2006-12)
      The purpose of this study was to explore the experience and adjustment of Korean immigrant women who left abusive marriages. Grounded in a constructive paradigm, the qualitative methodology with semi-structured in-depth ...
    • KorPar 

      Kwon, Soyoung (uga, 2006-12)
      Natural language parsing is the process of analyzing an input sentence by determining its syntactic structure and representing that structure according to a given formal grammar. However, it is often difficult to parse ...
    • Kukeri 

      Bakalova, Kalina (uga, 2009-05)
      The masked performances of Kukeri have survived from pre-Christian times and are still performed in multiple villages all over Bulgaria by men and women covered in goat skins and monstrous masks who, during the Winter ...