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    • Kept in His Care: The Role of Perceived Divine Control in Positive Reappraisal Coping 

      DeAngelis, Reed T.; Ellison, Christopher G. (7/26/2017)
      A formidable body of literature suggests that numerous dimensions of religious involvement can facilitate productive coping. One common assumption in this field is that religious worldviews provide overarching frameworks ...
    • Ketonitriles as Intermediates for the Synthesis of Antiparasitic Drugs 

      Dallmann, Alexandria; Narayan, Lauren; Rocha, Sarah; Zamarripa, Claudia; Glover, Johnny III; Vallor, Ana; Carvalho, Paulo (The UTSA Journal of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Work;Volume 5, 2019)
      Objective: Synthesize b-ketonitriles as intermediates towards an effective drug to counteract the parasitic tropical disease leishmaniasis. Introduction: Diaminopyrimidines have been used as drugs against parasitic ...
    • Kinematic wearable energy comparison 

      Ballesteros-Velasco, Nicolas; Garcia, Stephanie; Hood, R. Lyle; Hood, Gold Darr (The UTSA Journal of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Work;Volume 6, 2019)
      The growing consumer demand for sustainable energy has prompted the exploration of alternative energy systems. One technique that has recently been exploited is the harnessing of mechanical vibrations to produce clean, ...
    • Kinetics and Mechanism of the Oxidation of Human deoxyHemoglobin by Nitrites 

      Doyle, Michael; Pickering, Ruth; DeWeert, Thomas; Hoekstra, James; Pater, David (Journal of Biological Chemistry;, 1981-12-10)
      The reactions of human hemoglobin with sodium nitrite and ethyl nitrite in deoxygenated media have been examined in kinetic detail. Nitrous acid has been identified from kinetic pH dependence studies as the principal oxidant ...
    • A Knead to Belong 

      Zavaletta, Cat (5/10/2022)
      Batches of freshly, baked pastries come out of the oven. Many of the same. But, there is one that stands out amongst the rest. Will they ever find where their place?
    • Knockdown Indian Hedgehog (Ihh) does not delay Fibular Fracture Healing in genetic deleted Ihh mice and pharmaceutical inhibited Ihh Mice 

      Li, Shengchun; Xiang, Chuan; Wei, Xiaochun; Li, Hongbin; Li, Kai; Sun, Xiaojuan; Wang, Shaowei; Zhang, Min; Deng, Jin; Wang, Xiaodu; Li, Pengcui; Li, Ruifang; Zhang, Yanxiang; Wei, Lei (Scientific Reports;8, 7/9/2018)
      The objective of this study was to determine if Ihh is required for fracture healing. Fibular fracture was created in adult Col2a1-CreERT2; Ihhfl/fl mice. Ihhfl/fl mice received Tamoxifen (TM) to delete Ihh. WT mice received ...
    • La educación en la comunidad hispana durante el COVID-19 

      Juárez, Ana María; Mejía-Vázquez, Yedid (Beyond Boundaries, 2021)
      En este trabajo se exponen datos cualitativos sobre la educación en la comunidad hispana en San Antonio, Texas durante el COVID-19. El enfoque se entorna en las experiencias vividas de los profesores y alumnos durante la ...
    • La Villita earthworks (41 BX 677), San Antonio, Texas: a preliminary report of investigations of Mexican siege works at the battle of the Alamo 

      Labadie, Joseph H. (Archaeological Report No. 159, 1986)
      La Villita Earthworks is located in the heart of downtown San Antonio, Texas. The site appears to have been formed initially in late February1836, by Mexican soldiers with General Santa Anna's invading forces during the ...
    • Laredo, Texas, a gateway community on the Texas borderlands: archaeological and historical investigations for the Laredo city toll plaza 

      Folan, William J.; Cox, I. Waynne; Fox, Anne A.; Hinojosa, Gilberto M. (Archaeological Report No. 116, 1986)
      In July 1980, the Center for Archaeological Research (CAR), The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), entered into a contract with the City of Laredo, through Paul Garza and Associates, Consulting Engineers (P. Garza, ...
    • A latent profile analysis of the link between sociocultural factors and health-related risktaking among U.S. adults 

      Shattuck, Eric; Daniels, Colton; Xu, Xiaohe; Sunil, Thankam; Perrotte, Jessica (BMC Public Health;, 2021-03-19)
      Background: Research suggests that health/safety behaviors (e.g., drinking heavily) and medical behaviors (e.g., donating blood) may be perceived as inherently risky, and further suggests there is substantial variation in ...
    • Latinos in the South: A Glimpse of Ongoing Trends and Research 

      Saenz, Rogelio; Donato, Katharine M.; Gouveia, Lourdes; Torres, Cruz (Southern Rural Sociology;Vol. 19 No. 1, 2003)
      Since the late 1980s, there has been a tremendous amount of reshifting in the Latino population of the United States. This movement has resulted in the increasing settlement of Latinos in areas of the country that have ...
    • Lexical-Semantic Transfer and Strategies for Teaching and Learning Putonghua Vocabulary for Cantonese-speaking Learners 

      Cheng, Ka Ying; Li, Ying (The UTSA Journal of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Work;Volume 1, 2016-04-26)
      Language transfer refers to the language that learners apply to the knowledge of one language to the language that they are learning. According to Bransford (2000), �all new learning involves transfer based on previous ...
    • Libraries and Institutional Data Analytics: Challenges and Opportunities 

      Booth, H. Austin; Hendrix, Dean (The Journal of Academic Librarianship;Volume 41, Issue 5, 2015-09)
      Libraries are well positioned to lead, facilitate, manage, or play a major partnership role in institutional data analytics programs. The degree to which an institution can create a successful data analytics program, and ...
    • LiDAR-Based Solar Mapping for Distributed Solar Plant Design and Grid Integration in San Antonio, Texas 

      Le, Tuan B.; Kholdi, Danial; Xie, Hongjie; Dong, Bing; Vega, Rolando E. (3/16/2016)
      This study represents advancements in the state-of-the-art of the solar energy industry by leveraging LiDAR-based building characterization for city-wide, distributed solar photovoltaics, solar maps, highlighting the ...
    • Life As I Knew It 

      Piering, Taylor (2020-08-30)
      This essay is about looking inward and to the past for confirmation that everything is going to be okay in one of the darkest years of my life.
    • A Life Changing Experience 

      Shenouda, George (2021-01-31)
      My work is about the defining moment in my life and in my parents' life.
    • Life Defining Moment of My Ancestor 

      Teniola, David (2021-02-14)
      Slavery of my ancestor
    • LiNbO3-Tm3+ Crystal. Material for Optical Cooling 

      Kokanyan, Ninel; Mkhitaryan, Nune; Demirkhanyan, Gagik; Kumar, Ajith; Aillerie, Michel; Sardar, Dhiraj K.; Kokanyan, Edvard (1/9/2021)
      The possibilities of LiNbO3-Tm3+ crystals for optical cooling based on anti-Stokes luminescence in the wavelength range of 1818–2200 nm are investigated. The concentration dependences of the final temperature of the crystal ...
    • Living in the House of Usher 

      Collier, Catherine (2020-12-06)
      This year, we have experience a broad range of emotions in a short amount of time. We have attempted to carry on with daily activities and our monotonous routine when anger, mania, depression, anxiety are all creeping up ...
    • Living Through COVID-19 

      Amedeo, Ava (2021-01-30)
      Defining moment in my life and in my mother's.