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    • Elasmobranch qPCR reference genes: a case study of hypoxia preconditioned epaulette sharks 

      Rytkönen, Kalle; Renshaw, Gillian; Ashton, Kevin; Williams-Pritchard, Grant; Leder, Erica; Nikinmaa, Mikko (BMC Molecular Biology, 2010)
      Background Elasmobranch fishes are an ancient group of vertebrates which have high potential as model species for research into evolutionary physiology and genomics. However, no comparative studies have established ...
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    • Elastic magnetic membrane for improved mixing in microwells 

      Chong, Zhuang Zhi; Sim, Wee Jun; Yeo, Ze Ting; Li, King; Ng, Sum Huan; Xia, Huanming; Wong, Teck Neng; Loh, Ngiap Hiang; Tor, Shu Beng; Tan, Say Hwa; Nguyen, Nam-Trung (Micro and Nanosystems, 2014)
      We demonstrate a simple method to fabricate elastic magnetic membrane which could be used to enhance mix- ing in microwells of a microtitre plate. The magnetic membrane was fabricated using an off-the-shelf flexible magnetic ...
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    • Elastic scattering of spin polarised electrons from krypton. 

      Went, Michael; McEachran, R; Lohmann, Birgit; MacGillivray, William (11th International Symposium on Polarization and Correlation in Electronic and Atomic Collisions, 2002)
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    • Elasto-Plasticity of Frame Structure Elements: Modeling and Simulation of Rods and Beams 

      Oechsner, Andreas (2014)
      The finite element method is a powerful tool even for non-linear materials' modeling. But commercial solutions are limited and many novel materials do not follow standard constitutive equations on a macroscopic scale. Thus, ...
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    • The elbow and forearm complex 

      Vicenzino, Bill; Smith, Michelle; Bisset, Leanne (Exercise Therapy in the Management of Musculoskeletal Disorders, 2011)
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    • Elbow flexor and extensor muscle weakness in lateral epicondylalgia 

      Coombes, Brooke; Bisset, Leanne; Vicenzino, Bill (British Journal of Sports Medicine, 2012)
      Objective To evaluate whether deficits of elbow flexor and extensor muscle strength exist in lateral epicondylalgia (LE) in comparison with a healthy control population. Design Cross-sectional study. Participants 150 ...
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    • The Elderly and Suicide 

      De Leo, Diego (1999 Annual General Meeting of Geriaction - Qld Branch, 1999)
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    • The elderly and suicide 

      De Leo, Diego; Meneghel, Gaia (Suicide - An unnecessary death, 2001)
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    • Elderly people and the Public Health Service: A much desirable marriage 

      Mariotto, A; Buono, M Dello; De Leo, Diego (Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 2003)
      Rocketing healthcare demands are not currently paralleled by available economic resources and the fight against inappropriateness has had only a modest impact. Distribution equilibrium is afforded by various concealed and ...
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    • Elderly persons’ perception and acceptance of using wireless sensor networks to assist healthcare 

      Steele, Robert; Lo, Amanda; Secombe, Chris; Wong, Zoe (International Journal of Medical Informatics, 2009)
      Purpose: This is an exploratory study carrying out qualitative research into the perceptions, attitudes and concerns of elderly persons towards wireless sensor network (WSN) technologies in terms of their application to ...
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    • The Elders Know...the White Man Don't Know: Offenders views of the Nowra Circle Court 

      Daly, Kathleen; Proietti-Scifoni, Gitana (Indigenous Law Bulletin, 2011)
      This article highlights the findings from the first in-depth qualitative study of Aboriginal offenders' experiences with Circle Court.1 Indigenous sentencing courts began in Australia in 1999, and there are more than 50 ...
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    • ELearning and EMaking in Product Design Education 

      Loy, Jennifer (E&PDE14: Design Education & Human Technology Relations, 2014)
      Creating proactive learners in design education requires inspiring students to think for themselves, to look beyond the classroom and see the opportunities and challenges in the outside world. As blended learning becomes ...
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    • eLearning and eMaking: 3D Printing Blurring the Digital and the Physical 

      Loy, Jennifer (Education Sciences, 2014)
      This article considers the potential of 3D printing as an eLearning tool for design education and the role of eMaking in bringing together the virtual and the physical in the design studio. eLearning has matured from the ...
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    • eLearning and Initial Teacher Education Programs: Insights from the Teaching Teachers for the Future Project 

      Finger, Glenn; Jamieson-Proctor, Romina; Grimbeek, Peter (E-Learn 2013, 2013)
      This paper argues that initial teacher education programs (ITE) which build the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) (Mishra & Koehler, 2006) confidence and capabilities of future teachers is critical in ...
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    • eLearning and Sport Management: Hyperpedagogy Possibilities 

      Edwards, Allan; Finger, Glenn (Sport Management review, 2007)
      Whilst we have seen a proliferation of eLearning applications, there remains a limited understanding of eLearning possibilities in the discipline of sport management. Following an introduction to ICT and sport management, ...
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    • ELearning Strategic Planning 2020: The Voice of Future Students as Stakeholders in Higher Education 

      Finger, Glenn; Smart, Vicky (ICEduTech 2013, 2013)
      Most universities are undertaking information technology (IT) strategic planning. The development of those plans often includes the voices of academics and sometimes engages alumni and current students. However, few engage ...
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    • Elections 

      Orr, Graeme (Halsbury's Laws of Australia (Public Administration Title), 2005)
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    • Elections in Hybrid Regimes: Conceptual Stretching Revived 

      Morgenbesser, Lee (Political Studies, 2014)
      This article challenges the use of diminished subtypes as a strategy for avoiding conceptual stretching in the conceptual construction of hybrid regimes. The popular adoption of this strategy is based on its perceived ...
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    • Elections, Policy and the Media: Tasmania's Forests and the 2004 Federal Election 

      Hollander, Robyn (Australian Journal of Political Science, 2006)
      Much of the academic literature holds the media responsible for the proliferation of the game frame as a way of reporting on elections. This paper challenges that view through an examination of media coverage of forest ...
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    • Elective cesarean section and decision making: a critical review of the literature 

      McCourt, Chris; Weaver, Jane; Statham, Helen; Beake, Sarah; Gamble, Jennifer; Creedy, Debra (Birth: Issues in Perinatal Care, 2007)
      Background: The cesarean section rate continues to rise in many countries with routine access to medical services, yet this increase is not associated with improvement in perinatal mortality or morbidity. A large number ...
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