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    • Padilla v. Kentucky: A New Chapter in Supreme Court Jurisprudence on Whether Deportation Constitutes Punishment for Lawful Permanent Residents? 

      Maddali, Anita (2011)
      In this Article, I argue that the deportation of lawful permanent residents on account of a criminal conviction is punitive, and therefore enhanced constitutional protections must be afforded to lawful permanent residents ...
    • Parentage Law (R)Evolution: The Key Questions 

      Parness, Jeffrey A. (2013)
      American state parentage laws have evolved significantly in the past half century in response to changes in both reproductive technologies and human conduct. Yet further evolution, if not a revolution, seems inevitable. ...
    • Parentage Prenups and Midnups 

      Parness, Jeffrey A. (2015)
      In July 2012, the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws recommended for enactment in all American states the Uniform Premarital and Marital Agreements Act. Unlike its predecessor, the Act treats ...
    • Participation of Unwed Biological Fathers in Newborn Adoptions: Achieving Substantive and Procedural Fairness 

      Parness, Jeffrey A. (2003)
      In newborn adoptions in the United States, the participation rights of too many unwed, fit biological fathers are unfairly considered. Some fathers have little or uncertain information about their children prior to or at ...
    • Past and future changes of streamflow in Poyang Lake Basin, Southeastern China 

      Sun, S.L.; Chen, H.S.; Ju, W.M.; Song, Jie; Li, J.J.; Ren, Y.J.; Sun, J. (Copernicus Publications on behalf of the European Geosciences Union, 2012-07)
      To understand the causes of the past water cycle variations and the influence of climate variability on the streamflow, lake storage, and flood potential, we analyze the changes in streamflow and the underlying drivers in ...
    • Perceived Organizational Motives and Consumer Responses to Proactive and Reactive CSR Authors 

      Groza, Mark D; Pronschinske, Mya R; Walker, Matthew (Journal of Business Ethics, 2011-09)
      Corporate social responsibility (CSR) has emerged as an effective way for firms to create favorable attitudes among consumers. Although prior research has addressed the direct influence of proactive and reactive CSR ...
    • A perturbed system: How tenured faculty responded to the COVID-19 shift to remote instruction 

      Rupnow, Rachel L., 1990--; LaDue, Nicole, D.; James, Nicole, M.; Bergan-Roller, Heather, E. (American Chemical Society, 2020-08-13)
      This study investigates six university professors’ reflections on the shift to remote instruction during the Spring 2020 semester in response to the COVID-19 global pandemic. The rapid shift in instructional platform ...
    • Phylogenetic Analyses of Two Mitochondrial Metabolic Genes Sampled in Parallel from Angiosperms Find Fundamental Interlocus Incongruence 

      Duvall, Melvin R.; Robinson, J.W.; Mattson, J.G.; Moore, A. (Botanical Society of America, 2008)
      Plant molecular phylogeneticists have supported an analytical approach of combining loci from different genomes, but the combination of mitochondrial sequences with chloroplast and nuclear sequences is potentially ...
    • Phylogenetically Widespread Multiple Paternity in New World Natricine Snakes 

      King, Richard B.; Grayburn, W. Scott; Duvall, Melvin R.; Wusterbarth, Theresa L.; Burghardt, Gordon M. (Herpetological Conservation and Biology, 2010)
      We used microsatellite DNA markers to identify the extent to which multiple paternity within litters occurs among species of New World natricine snakes. We selected seven species to represent the three major clades ...
    • Phylogenetics of Paniceae (Poaceae) 

      Duvall, Melvin R.; Noll, Jeffrey D.; Minn, Alexandra (Botanical Society of America, 2001-11)
      Paniceae demonstrate unique variability of photosynthetic physiology and anatomy, including both non-Kranz and Kranz species and all subtypes of the latter. This variability suggests hypotheses of independent origin or ...
    • Physiological Characterization of Stolon Regression in a Colonial Hydroid 

      Blackstone, Neil W.; Cherry Vogt, Kimberly S.; Geddes, Gabrielle; Bross, Lori (The Company of Biologists, 2008-03)
      As with many colonial animals, hydractiniid hydroids display a range of morphological variation. Sheet-like forms exhibit feeding polyps close together with short connecting stolons, whereas runner-like forms have more ...
    • PlantCAZyme: a database for plant carbohydrate-active enzymes 

      Yin, Yanbin; McGinn, Nathan; Taujale, Rahil; Ekstrom, Alexander (Oxford University Press, 2014-06-16)
      PlantCAZyme is a database built upon dbCAN (database for automated carbohydrate active enzyme annotation), aiming to provide pre-computed sequence and annotation data of carbohydrate active enzymes (CAZymes) to plant ...
    • Planters and Politics in Peru, 1895-1919 

      Gonzales, Michael J. (Cambridge University Press, 1991-10)
      Article explores Peruvian political development in the period 1895-1919, with a focus on the activities of the Civilistas Party, Guillermo Billinghurst, and Augusto B. Leguia.
    • Plastome phylogenomics and characterization of rare genomic changes as taxonomic markers in plastome groups 1 and 2 Poeae (Pooideae; Poaceae) 

      Orton, Lauren M.; Burke, Sean V.; Duvall, Melvin R. (PeerJ, 2019-06-03)
      A phylogenomic analysis of 42 complete plastid genomes (plastomes), including 16 that were newly sequenced, was conducted. Plastomes were sampled from 19 subtribes of Pooideae, to investigate relationships within and between ...
    • Policing Bias and Conflicts of Interest in Zoning Decisionmaking 

      Cordes, Mark W. (1989)
      This article will attempt a comprehensive review of the issues involved in policing bias and conflicts of interests in zoning decisionmaking. Part one will briefly discuss the nature of zoning decisionmaking and the value ...
    • Politics, Religion, and the First Amendment 

      Cordes, Mark W. (2000)
      This article examines some of the lesser-studied constitutional issues surrounding the religion-in-politics debate. Part I of the article examines the perceived relation of religion and politics at the nation's founding, ...
    • Popular Culture 

      Atkins, E. Taylor, 1967-- (Blackwell Publishing, 2007)
      Overview of popular culture in Japanese history.
    • Popular Culture Studies and Autoethnography: An Essay on Method 

      Manning, Jimmie; Adams, Tony E. (The Popular Culture Studies Journal, 2015)
      We begin this essay by defining autoethnography, paying special attention to the various orientations of autoethnographic research. We then review popular culture research that has used autoethnography as a method of inquiry ...
    • Post-Watergate: The Legal Profession and Respect for the Interests of Third Parties 

      Rigertas, Laurel A. (2012)
      This article acknowledges that the proper execution of a lawyer's duties will often demand the lawyer put his or her client's interests first, even when it harms the interests of others. That conclusion, however, should ...
    • The Power of the Claw 

      Rothschild, Bruce M.; Bryant, Bill; Hubbard, Christopher; Tuxhorn, Kent; Penn Kilgore, Ginny; Martin, Larry; Naples, Virginia (PLOS One, 2013-09-04)
      Scratches on bones have routinely been attributed to tooth marks (a predominantly untested speculation), ignoring the effects of claws, perhaps because of the general assumption that claws are too soft to damage bone. ...