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  1. Inherent Fibrin Fiber Tension Propels Mechanisms of Network Clearance During Fibrinolysis by Cone, Sean J. and Fuquay, Andrew T. and Litofsky, Justin M. and Dement, Taylor C. and Carolan, Christopher A. and Hudson, Nathan E. (2020)
  2. Form and Genre Access to Academic Library Digital Collections by Dragon, Patricia M. (2020)
  3. Predatory Journals and Conferences. Just Say No! by Sewell, Kerry and Firnhaber, Gina and Kolasa, Kathryn M (2020)
  4. Social Factors Key to Landscape-Scale Coastal Restoration: Lessons Learned from Three U.S. Case Studies by DeAngelis, Bryan M. and Sutton-Grier, Ariana E. and Colden, Allison and Arkema, Katie K. and Baillie, Christopher J. and Bennett, Richard O. and Benoit, Jeff and Blitch, Seth and Chatwin, Anthony and Dausman, Alyssa and Gittman, Rachel K. and Greening, Holly S. and Henkel, Jessica R. and Houge, Rachel and Howard, Ron and Hughes, A. Randall and Lowe, Jeremy and Scyphers, Steven B. and Sherwood, Edward T. and Westby, Stephanie and Grabowski, Jonathan H. (2020)
  5. Enhanced genome assembly and a new official gene set for Tribolium castaneum by (2020)
  6. CHARACTERIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF FRACTURE PATTERNS IN DOMED SEDIMENTARY STRATA , PULPIT ARCH , HENRY MOUNTAINS , UTAH by McDaniel, Matthew (2020)
  7. "ACTING ""WHITE"": THE UNSPOKEN , UNDERSTOOD HIERARCHY OF BLACKNESS" by Bishop, Courtnee Nicole (2020)
  8. INNOVATIONS IN HIGHER EDUCATION CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR TRAINING FOR OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY: A Program Evaluation by Haithcock, Tommianne (2020)
  9. FITNESS NON-RESPONSE FOLLOWING AEROBIC EXERCISE TRAINING IN OBESE AFRICAN AMERICANS by Hammond, Macon Travis (2020)
  10. Harriet Beecher Stowe and the Debate Between Frederick Douglass and Martin Delany by Holt, Melissa (2020)

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Effects of Family Influences on the Patient Planning to Undergo Bariatric Surgery

Sloan, Kelsey
ECU

"Background: Obesity is a health issue with more than one-third of adults in the United States being considered obese (Odgen , Carroll , Fryar , & Flegal , 2015). Obesity can cause serious health ... View More