Valdosta State University Conferences

Valdosta State University Conferences

 

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  • Warren, Abbey N. (2020)
    Superoxide (O2-) is a free radical produced by the one-electron reduction of oxygen. It is produced as a side product of the reduction of oxygen to water, but also by immune cells as a chemical weapon to fight infection. ...
  • Steedley, Evan A.; Corbitt, Michael D.; Shipman, Erik J. (2020)
    In this paper we define the terms video game, microtransaction, and loot-box, among others. We differentiate the types of microtransactions, such as what kind of transactions affect the progression of the game. We also ...
  • Whiting, Charles; Alward, Jacob (2020)
    This poster will discuss root-and-pattern morphology in Standard Arabic. In this poster we will present how derivations are based on roots shifting into particular forms and how lexical items are classified as biliteral, ...
  • Broadie, Jarrett (2020)
    People tend to teach the way the way they were taught, and as a biology major about to begin teaching high school, I would have been very likely to lecture. Since 1995, TIMSS (Trends in International Mathematics and Science ...
  • Grady, Jamie L. (2020)
    One of the largest aspects of the cosmetics industry is sunless tanning products which provide a tan without harmful UVA and UVB rays from the sun or sunless tanning booths. Unfortunately, these topical agents do not provide ...
  • Ramirez Rubio, Karen; Salas, Jessi; Stokes, Bryonna; Spann, Tyime (2020)
    The purpose of the present study is to examine how men and women show similarities and differences in how they interpret works of art when the artwork is attributed to a male or female artist. Earlier research suggests ...
  • Gilbert, Carter; Lee, Patrick; Sanchez, Guillermo; Standord, Kristen; Uda, Ikumi; Ward, Stewart (2020)
    Assisted living facilities are important parts of healthcare, and the accessibility to them is a concern in Lowndes County. Studies have shown that residents of the rural areas and small cities tend to have lower accessibility ...
  • Salas, Jessi; Rubio, Karen R.; Stokes, Bryonna; Spann, Tyime; Winslow, Niyla H.; Wright, Anthony T. (2020)
    Smartphones are ubiquitous in modern society. The present study examined gender differences in how men and women used their smartphones. Participants were 153 men and women undergraduate students at VSU. Men used their ...
  • Carter, Mary Alex (2020)
    The question being posed in the study is “What factors predict the percentage of women in a state legislature?”. The units of analysis are the 50 states. The independent variables investigated are the percentage of votes ...
  • Birdine, Destiney; Borzi, Richard A.; Campbell, Drew; Daniel, Cameron; Day, Kaylon A.; Hill, Hannah J.; Singeltary, Ben; Tyson, Luis; Ward, Stewart (2020)
    Pharmacy is an important part of healthcare, and the accessibility to a pharmacy is a concern in Lowndes County. Studies have shown that residents of rural areas and small cities tend to have lower accessibility to pharmacies. ...
  • Youngblood, Sarah; Falkenhausen, Thomas (2020)
    Biocatalysis is the use of enzymes and proteins to perform chemical transformations. Enzymes and proteins are increasingly used in organic reactions due to excellent chemo-, regio- and stereo- selectivity, environmental ...
  • Wilson, William T.; Grady, Jamie L.; Taylor, Courtney L. (2020)
    An integral component of many traditional approaches to medicine is the regular ingestion of various plants. One such medicinal plant is the rhizome of the Curcuma longa (turmeric). Research has shown that the phytochemical, ...
  • Bertoch, Tyler (2020)
    The extent of orientation of anthraquinone embedded in stretched polyvinylchloride (PVC) films is measured by linear dichroism. The extent of orientation versus film stretch ratio and the linear dichroism (LD) are correlated ...
  • Liu, Jon; Liu, Joyce (2020)
    As the coronavirus disease Covid-19 rages in China and spreads to other countries in the world, good estimations of the disease’s epidemiological parameters are crucial to help governments, hospitals, businesses, and the ...
  • Rivera, Elizabeth R. (2020)
    Clinical Endocannabinoid Deficiency is a relatively recent theory/diagnosis which has been posited as the underlying cause of various conditions such as migraines, fibromyalgia, and even irritable bowel syndrome. As a ...
  • West, Travis M. (2020)
    The Altamaha Formation of central Georgia consists of well-indurated Miocene sandstones. Previous workers, as well as this study, have documented opaline and silica cements in these rocks. The origin of these cements and ...
  • Hogan, Scott M. (2020)
    Carbon stars are luminous red giants of the asymptotic giant branch. They are variable, meaning their magnitudes can change back and forth over periods of time. Carbon stars have been observed to change by many magnitudes ...
  • McGlynn, Corey J.; Westbrook, Emaya A. (2020)
    Throughout the coastal plain of the southeastern United States the gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) and nine-banded armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) are sympatric burrowing vertebrates whose burrows are used by other ...
  • Griffin, Kelsey; Holley, Amber; Youngblood, Sarah (2020)
    West Nile virus (WNV) is an avian pathogen that is transmitted by mosquito vectors to susceptible birds and dead-end hosts such as humans and horses. WNV was first detected in Georgia in 2001 and has become endemic in the ...
  • Daquila, Cydney E. (2020)
    Many hospitals have introduced music therapy programs for their patients with respiratory issues. But the question is raised, is it effective? Our research is looking at the association of lung capacity’s with musicians ...

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