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The role of home literacy and language environment on bilinguals ’ English and Spanish vocabulary development
For the monolingual population, research has shown that vocabulary knowledge is closely related to reading achievement. However, the role of vocabulary has not been studied as extensively in theExpand
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Democratic Education for Social Studies: An Issues-Centered Decision Making Curriculum
Acknowledgments. Preface. PART I: A Rationale for an Issues-Centered Decision Making Curriculum for Citizens of a Pluralistic Democracy in a Global Age. Chapter 1: Democratic Ideals: Implications forExpand
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The Concept and measurement of quality of life in the frail elderly
Background: M.P. Lawton, A Multidimensional View of Quality of Life in Frail Elders. J. Cohn and J.A. Sugar, Determinants of Quality of Life in Institutions: Perceptions of Families, Staff, and FrailExpand
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The Muscats : A molecular analysis of synonyms , homonyms and genetic relationships within a large family of grapevine cultivars
The Muscats are a large, wide-spread family of grapevines, having in common besides the name the typical Muscat flavour. A huge number of synonyms and homonyms makes it difficult to identify them.Expand
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Modeling the Impact of Climate Change in A Mediterranean Catchment(Merguellil,Tunisia)
During the last decades, the Mediterranean region is suffering more and more from droughts. It has been recognized as one of the most vulnerable regions in the world to climate change. UnderstandingExpand
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Chemical Characterization and Insecticidal Activity of Ethyl Acetate and Dichloromethane Extracts of Drypetes gossweileri against Sitophilus zeamais, Tribolium castaneum and Rhyzopertha dominica
The use of botanical pesticides in pest management during storage against insects is often encouraged because synthetic insecticides produce undesired effects. Bark powder of Drypetes gossweileri isExpand
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Northern Red Oak
Ethnobotanic: The acorns of red oak (and other oak species) were an important food source for Native Americans. To remove bitter tannins, they were boiled, leached with ashes, soaked for days inExpand
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Bacteriophage Morphological Characterization by Using Transmission Electron Microscopy
Bacteriophages or more commonly “phages” are bacterial viruses. They are ubiquitous and good indicators of bacterial contaminations since their prevalence is high in those environments where theirExpand
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