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    • General scene with ruins, Phimai, Changwat Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand, 1963 or 1964 

      Keyes, Charles F.; ชารลส์ เอฟ. ไคส์ (2011-10-19)
    • Generational Solidarity: Slovenian Youth Centers Open Doors to All for ICT Job Skills Training 

      West, Mark (Technology & Social Change Group, University of Washington Information School, 2008)
      This paper is part of a project at the Center for Information and Society to broaden and deepen our understanding of the impact of Information and Communication Technologies and Development (ICTD). Our intention is to ...
    • Generic In Library Use Survey Instrument 2014 

      University Libraries (2014)
    • Genetic and epigenetic insight into morphospecies in a reef coral 

      Dimond, James L; Gamblewood, Sanoosh K; Roberts, Steven B (2017-08)
      Incongruence between conventional and molecular systematics has left the delineation of many species unresolved. Reef-building corals are no exception, with phenotypic plasticity among the most plausible explanations for ...
    • Genetic data and cognitively defined late-onset Alzheimer's disease subgroups 

      Mukherjee, Shubhabrata; Mez, Jesse; Trittschuh, Emily H.; Saykin, Andrew J.; Gibbons, Laura E.; Fardo, David W.; Wessels, Madeline; Bauman, Julianna; Moore, Mackenzie; Choi, Seo-Eun; Gross, Alden L.; Rich, Joanne; Louden, Diana Nelson; Sanders, R. Elizabeth; Grabowski, Thomas J.; Bird, Thomas D.; McCurry, Susan M.; Snitz, Beth E.; Kamboh, Ilyas; Lopez, Oscar L.; De Jager, Philip L.; Bennett, David A.; Keene, C. Dirk; Larson, Eric B.; EPAD Study Group; Investigators from ACT; Investigators from ROS; Investigators from MAP; Investigators from ADNI; Investigators from the University of Pittsburgh ADRC; Crane, Paul K. (Nature, 2018-12-04)
      Categorizing people with late-onset Alzheimer's disease into biologically coherent subgroups is important for personalized medicine. We evaluated data from five studies (total n = 4050, of whom 2431 had genome-wide ...
    • Genetic data and cognitively defined late-onset Alzheimer’s disease subgroups 

      Mukherjee, Shubhabrata; Mez, Jesse; Trittschuh, Emily H.; Saykin, Andrew J.; Gibbons, Laura E.; Fardo, David W.; Wessels, Madeline; Bauman, Julianna; Moore, Mackenzie; Choi, Seo-Eun; Gross, Alden L.; Rich, Joanne; Louden, Diana Nelson; Sanders, R. Elizabeth; Grabowski, Thomas J.; Bird, Thomas D.; McCurry, Susan M.; Snitz, Beth E.; Kamboh, Ilyas; Lopez, Oscar L.; De Jager, Philip L.; Bennett, David A.; Keene, C. Dirk; Larson, Eric B.; EPAD Study Group; Investigators from ACT; Investigators from ROS; Investigators from MAP; Investigators from ADNI; Investigators from the University of Pittsburgh ADRC; Crane, Paul K. (Nature, 2018-12-04)
      Categorizing people with late-onset Alzheimer's disease into biologically coherent subgroups is important for personalized medicine. We evaluated data from five studies (total n = 4050, of whom 2431 had genome-wide ...
    • Genetically haploid spermatids are phenotypically diploid 

      Brinster, Ralph L.; Peschon, Jacques J.; Palmiter, Richard D.; Braun, Robert E.; Behringer, Richard R. (Nature Publishing Group, 1989-01-26)
      Because chromosomal homologues segregate from one another during meiosis, spermatids are genetically different. Post-meiotic gene expression could lead to gametic differences, some of which might lead to ...
    • Genghis Khan - Sustaining Existence 

      Bedeski, Robert (2017)
      Genghis Khan has fascinated scholars for centuries, and the Mongol empire he initiated had a profound effect on Asia and Europe. His conquests were unique in history, but his motivations were common to all men. The Secret ...
    • Genome-wide summary statistics for cognitively defined late-onset Alzheimer’s disease subgroups 

      Unknown author (NIAGADS, 2018-12-19)
      GWAS meta-analysis summary statistics for case-control analyses of five cognitively defined Alzheimer’s disease subgroups. 1. Controls vs. memory predominant AD 2. Controls vs. visuospatial predominant AD 3. Controls ...
    • Genomic analysis of nCoV spread. Situation report 2020-01-23. 

      Bedford, Trevor; Neher, Richard; Hadfield, James; Hodcroft, Emma; Ilcisin, Misja; Muller, Nicola (2020-01-23)
      Using 24 public shared novel coronavirus (nCoV) genomes, we examined genetic diversity to infer date of common ancestor and rate of spread. We find: 24 sampled genomes are nearly identical, differing by 0-3 mutations This ...
    • The genomic distribution of intraspecific and interspecific sequence divergence of human segmental duplications relative to human/chimpanzee chromosomal rearrangements 

      Marques-Bonet, Tom�s; Cheng, Ze; She, Xinwei; Eichler, Evan E.; Navarro, Arcadi (2008)
      Background: It has been suggested that chromosomal rearrangements harbor the molecular footprint of the biological phenomena which they induce, in the form, for instance, of changes in the sequence divergence rates of ...
    • Genre/form index in WebPAC : a Cataloging Policy Committee discussion paper 

      Hartnett, Cassandra; Schiff, Adam L.; Womble, Kathryn (University of Washington Libraries, 1999-06-16)
      Issues surrounding creating a genre index in a library online catalog are discussed.
    • GeoClaw Model Tsunamis Compared to Tide Gauge Results Final Report 

      Adams, Loyce M.; LeVeque, Randall J (2018-11-03)
      The purpose of this project is to compare GeoClaw tsunami model results to detided tide gauge results at multiple destinations for each of several tsunamis. In particular, we are interested in the suitability of GeoClaw ...
    • Geoduck Clam Aquaculture on the Intertidal Habitats of Southern Puget Sound: Assessment of Ecological Impacts and Mitigation of Regional-Scale Cultural Conflict 

      VanBlaricom, Glenn R. (University of Washington Water Center, 2008-10-28)
      VanBlaricom will present the issues surrounding geoduck aquaculture: 1. Geoduck aquaculture activities are viewed as unsightly, therefore undesirable, by shoreline residents. 2. Geoduck aquaculture activities may be ...
    • Geographical distribution of Puget Sound fishes: maps and data source sheets 

      Borton, Steven F.; Miller, Bruce S. (Fisheries Research Institute, College of Fisheries, University of Washington, Seattle WA 98195, 1980-09)
    • Geology, Network Topology, and Spatial Scaling of Trout Distribution in Headwater Catchments 

      Torgersen, Christian (University of Washington Water Center, 2007-02-14)
      Torgersen will describe different types of drainage pattern networks in river systems, as well as network topology, corridors, and pathways. He will present a study about isolated headwater populations of trout. He will ...
    • Geometric Properties of 2-dimensional Brownian Paths 

      Burdzy, Krzysztof (Springer-Verlag GmbH, 1989)
      Let A be the set of all points of the plane C, visited by two-dimensional Brownian motion before time 1. With probability 1, all points of A are "twist points" except a set of harmonic measure zero. "Twist points" may be ...
    • George Washington's infertility: why was the father of our country never a father? 

      Amory, John K. (Elsevier, 2004-03)
      George Washington was the single most important figure in the founding of the United States of America. Numerous biographies of Washington have been written and his name is honored in countless ways, including as the name ...
    • Georgia Civil Society 2.0: Phase 2 report 

      Prefontaine, Christine (University of Washington, 2013-08-26)
      How are Georgian civil society organizations using civic media to engage citizens, spark change, and shift public policy? Georgia Civil Society 2.0 was an action research project that assessed needs and practices, delivered ...
    • Georgia Civil Society 2.0; Rapid assessment & training report 

      Prefontaine, Christine (University of Washington, 2013-02)
      How are Georgian civil society organizations using social media to engage citizens, spark change, and shift public policy? A rapid assessment conducted as part of the Georgia Civil Society 2.0 project found that most ...