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Browsing items in: University of New Orleans Senior Honors Theses

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    • Analysis of lease financing : a 1989 corporate survey

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    • 1989;
    • The objectives of this study are as follows: 1) to present an overview of existing theories and debates pertinent to leasing, 2) to review the findings of past surveys on leasing, 3) to report the results of a new survey, and 4) to compare these...
    • An introduction to regression analysis

    • University of New Orleans. Honors Thesis. 1990.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of Accounting.
    • 1990;
    • Regression analysis is a statistical method that is able to formulate an equation from data found in a linear relationship between two or more variables. The equation is formed using the least squares method which produces unbiased and efficient...
    • Sociopolitical development amongst the Calusa

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 1994.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of Anthropology.
    • 1994;
    • The Calusa Indians are an extinct and lesser known culture whose original domain was approximately between Charlotte Harbor and the Ten Thousand Islands area in southwest Florida (fig. 1). The Calusa are somewhat unique in that, at least at the...
    • Under daddy's wing : intergenerational communication and cockfighting in Louisiana

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 2005.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of Anthropology.
    • 2005;
    • The objective of this study is to examine the different components in the lives and work of owners of game fowl in rural Louisiana; it focuses on the influence of kinship ties on men's decision to participate in cockfighting. Many prized rooster...
    • Behavior in captive Diana monkeys

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 1993.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of Anthropology.
    • 1993;
    • The principal thing that struck me throughout this study was the importance of the individual animal's personality in its eventual adjustment to carrying on normal socialization and breeding activity in captivity. The raising of a stable, normal...
    • Effects of hypoxia on the aerobic metabolic rate of Fundulus grandis

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 1999.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of Biological Sciences.
    • 1999;
    • Respiration rate was measured and used to estimate aerobic metabolic rate in the Gulf killifish, Fundulus grandis, under normal (normoxic) and four lower than nonnal (hypoxic) levels of dissolved oxygen. The respiration rate of 6 fish, which was...
    • Effects of metal toxicity on the germination of Vallisneria americana

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 1993.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of Biological Sciences.
    • 1993;
    • As part of an attempt to explain the disappearance of the submerged aquatic plant V. americana from the south shore of Lake Pontchartrain, V. americana seeds were germinated in solutions containing copper, lead, and cadmium individually and in...
    • Effects of stress induced fever on maximal metabolic rates in nine-banded armadillos

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 2002.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of Biological Sciences.
    • 2002;
    • Nine banded armadillos, Dasypus novemcinctus, experience a rise in body temperature as a result of exposure to cold-stress. Lipopolysaccharide (LPS), which is an exogenous pyrogen, causes a similar fever response when injected into the animal. The...
    • The effect of hypoxia and nutrition on skeletal muscle protein in Fundulus heteroclitus

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 2006.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of Biological Sciences.
    • 2006;
    • The effects of varying dissolved oxygen (DO) concentrations and ration sizes on the soluble and insoluble protein contents in white muscle of Fundulus heteroclitus (mummichogs) were examined. Fish were held under four treatments for 28 days:...
    • The effect of hypoxia on the hematocrit of Fundulus grandi

    • University of New Orleans. Honors thesis. 2000.; University of New Orleans. Dept. of Biological Sciences.
    • 2000;
    • Some fish have developed compensatory mechanisms to deal with hypoxia, or low oxygen tension, in their environment. When exposed to hypoxic conditions, Fundulus grandis responds by increasing hematocrit. The response, however, is slightly different...

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