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    • Manikin Simulation in Mental Health Nursing Education: An Integrative Review 

      Kunst, Elicia; Mitchell, Marion; Johnston, Amy (Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 2016)
      Mental health is a significant issue worldwide, and the contemporary nursing graduate needs to be skilled in all aspects of patient care, including proficiency in physical and psychosocial health care and competency in ...
    • Manipulating biphotonic qutrits 

      Lanyon, B.; Weinhold, T.; Langford, N.; O⿿Brien, J.; Resch, K.; Gilchrist, A.; White, A. (Physical Review Letters, 2008)
      Quantum information carriers with higher dimension than the canonical qubit offer significant advantages. However, manipulating such systems is extremely difficult. We show how measurement-induced nonlinearities can ...
    • Manipulating Public Opinion About Trying Juveniles as Adults: An Experimental Study 

      Steinberg, Laurence; R. Piquero, Alex (Crime and Delinquency, 2010)
      Public attitudes about juvenile crime play a significant role in fashioning juvenile justice policy; variations in the wording of public opinion surveys can produce very different responses and can result in inaccurate and ...
    • Manipulating solar absorption and electron transport properties of rutile TiO2 photocatalysts via highly n-type F-doping 

      Fang, Wenqi; Wang, Xuelu; Zhang, Haimin; Jia, Yi; Huo, Ziyang; Li, Zhen; Zhao, Huijun; Yang, Huagui; Yao, Xiangdong (Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2014)
      In this work, we report a facile and nontoxic one-pot hydrothermal method for synthesizing F-doped rutile single crystalline TiO2 with tuneable solar absorption. The optical band gap of the catalyst can be easily manipulated ...
    • Manipulation and sensing of microparticles using dielectric properties 

      Higginbotham, Steven; Sweatman, Denis (Smart Materials, Nano-, and Micro-Smart Systems, 2005)
      The ability of electrokinetics to manipulate biological microparticles, such as cells and bacteria, has great applications in Lab-on-a-chip devices, and micro-total analysis systems (mTAS). In these methods, non-uniform ...
    • Manipulation of a droplet in a planar channel by periodic thermocapillary actuation 

      Jiao, Z; Huang, X; Nguyen, N-T (Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering: structures, devices & systems, 2008)
    • Manipulation of collective optical activity in one-dimensional plasmonic assembly 

      Zhu, Zhening; Liu, Wenjing; Li, Zhengtao; Han, Bing; Zhou, Yunlong; Gao, Yan; Tang, Zhiyong (ACS Nano, 2012)
      The manipulation of the chirality and corresponding optical activity in the visible–near-infrared (NIR) light region is significant to realize applications in the fields of chemical sensing, enantioselective separation, ...
    • Manipulation of liquid marbles 

      Ooi, Chin Hong; Nguyen, Nam-Trung (Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 2015)
      A liquid marble is a liquid droplet coated with hydrophobic powder which enables the marble to be manipulated like a soft solid. Recently, liquid marbles have been used in applications such as microbioreactors for ...
    • Manipulation of nasal fractures with local anaesthetic: A ‘How to do it’ with online video tutorial 

      Repanos, Costa; Anderson, Daniel; Earnshaw, James; Mitchell, David; Coman, William (Emergency Medicine Australasia, 2010)
      Nasal fractures are the most common facial fractures and displaced fractures may cause considerable cosmetic concern. Traditionally, displaced nasal fractures have been manipulated under general anaesthesia (GA) performed ...
    • Manipulation of Si oxide and electrically conducting carbon films by scanning probe microscopy (SPM): nano-lithography and nano-machining 

      Myhra, Sverre (Thin Solid Films, 2004)
      Oxide on Si wafers can be manipulated by a scanning probe microscope (SPM) operated in the electrical conductivity mode (ECM), by several distinctly different mechanisms (i.e. anodic oxidation, dielectric break-down, and ...
    • Manipulation of the Floating Liquid Marble 

      Ooi, Chin Hong (2017)
      The liquid marble is a small liquid droplet coated with a thin layer of hydrophobic powder. This seemingly simple object challenges our state-of-the-art knowledge in physics, surface sciences and microfluidics. As such, ...
    • Manipulations to the Alcohol and Sodium Content of Beer for Post Exercise Rehydration 

      Desbrow, Ben; Cecchin, Dannii; Jones, Ashleigh; Grant, Gary; Irwin, Chris; Leveritt, Michael (International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, 2015)
      The addition of 25 mmol×L-1 sodium to low alcohol (2.3% ABV) beer has been shown to enhance post exercise fluid retention compared to full strength (4.8% ABV) beer with and without electrolyte modification. This investigation ...
    • Mann and Woman: The Function of the Feminine in the "Noir" Westerns of Anthony Mann 

      Baker, David; Zuvela, Danielle (Transformations, 2014)
      In this paper we seek to make some preliminary observations regarding the status and function of the feminine in the Western. After a brief historical review of the critical discussion of gender in the Western, we develop ...
    • Mannan-mediated Delivery of Protein, DNA, RNA to Antigen Presenting Cells 

      Lopez, Jose Alejandro (Tissue Antigens, 2005)
      The delivery of exogenous antigen to antigen presenting cells (APC) for processing and presentation is the first step in the generation of immune responses. We have utilized mannan or mannose as a vehicle to target protein ...
    • Mannerism, Baroque, Modern, Avant-Garde: Introduction 

      Macarthur, John; Leach, Andrew (The Journal of Architecture, 2010)
    • Mannose Binding Lectin Is Required for Alphavirus-Induced Arthritis/Myositis 

      M. Gunn, Bronwyn; E. Morrison, Thomas; C. Whitmore, Alan; K. Blevins, Lance; Heuston, Linda; J. Fraser, Robert; Herrero, Lara; Ramirez, Ruben; N. Smith, Paul; Mahalingam, Suresh; T. Heise, Mark (PLoS Pathogens, 2012)
      Mosquito-borne alphaviruses such as chikungunya virus and Ross River virus (RRV) are emerging pathogens capable of causing large-scale epidemics of virus-induced arthritis and myositis. The pathology of RRV-induced disease ...
    • Manometer tubes for monitoring coastal water levels: New frequency response factors 

      Jafari, Alireza; Cartwright, Nick; Nielsen, P. (Coastal Engineering, 2012)
      This paper presents findings of new laboratory experiments on the frequency response of semi-rigid manometer tubes for use in monitoring coastal hydrodynamic processes, extending and improving upon the previous work of ...
    • The Manor Family: Australia's oldest urban commune 

      Metcalf, Bill (Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, 2014)
    • Manta ray tourism: interpersonal and social values conflicts, sanctions, and management 

      Needham, Mark D.; Szuster, Brian W.; Mora, Camilo; Lesar, Laura; Anders, Emma (Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 2017)
      Scuba diving and snorkeling with manta rays (M. birostris, M. alfredi) at sites in Hawaii, USA, have become popular, with upward of 30 tour boats and 300 participants daily. This article examined whether conflicts are ...
    • Manthropology: The Science of the Inadequate Modern Male 

      McAllister, Peter (2009)
      Drawing from archaeology, anthropology and evolutionary psychology, the author (a qualified palaeoanthropologist) confirms the awful truth: every man in history, back to the dawn of the species, did everything better, ...