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    • S-1812 Lepidopterous Insect Pest Control in Broccoli Study

      Umeda, K.; Strickland, B.; Byrne, David N.; Baciewicz, Patti (College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1999-10)
      A single application of S-1812 (Valent) at 0.15 and 0.20 lb AI/A effectively reduced Plutella xylostella (diamondback moth, DBM) in broccoli compared to the untreated check. S-1812 at 0.15 lb AI/A performed similar to thiodicarb (Larvin) at 1.0 lb AI/A. S-1812 significantly reduced the DBM at 5 days after treatment (DAT) and control was effective for up to 14 DAT. S-1812 was less effective against Trichoplusia ni (cabbage looper, CL) compared to DBM control efficacy or Larvin. S-1812 reduced the development of small CL to larger sized larvae.
    • S. R. Ranganathan's Postulates and Normative Principles: Applications in Specialized Databases Design, Indexing and Retrieval. Compiled by S. Neelameghan

      Sarada Ranganathan Endowment for Library Science (Bangalore, India), 1997
      This is a scan of S.R. Ranganathan's Postulates and Normative Principles: Applications in Specialized Databases Design, Indexing and Retrieval, Compiled by A. Neelameghan. Foreword by S. Parthasarathy; Preface by S. Neelameghan; Chapter 1, Hidden Records of Classification; Chapter 2, Absolute Syntax and Structure of an Indexing and Switching Language; Chapter 3: Design of Depth Classification: Methodology; Chapter 4: Subject Heading and Facet Analysis; Chapter 5, S. R. Ranganathan's General Theory of Knowledge Classification in Designing, Indexing, and Retrieving from Specialised Databases. This is a title in the dLIST Classics project. © Sarada Ranganathan Endowment for Library Science (SRELS). Permission for non-profit use granted by SRELS. To purchase reprints of this work, please visit Ess Ess Publications at http://www.essessreference.com/.
    • S.A.B. Manufacturing: Business Plan

      Masschelein, Ariane Machteld; Hulstrom, Brittany; Wade, Sylvia (The University of Arizona., 2011-05)
    • S.E.A.L.S. SYSTEM FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS OF LUNAR SEALS

      Schluntz, Justine Oakley; Seaman, Walter; Leavy, Matt; Bronson, Will; George, Tim (The University of Arizona., 2009-05)
    • Sabino Canyon UAV

      Shkarayev, Sergey; Pineda, Stephen Michael Joseph (The University of Arizona., 2014)
    • Sabino Canyon UAV

      Shkarayev, Sergey; Steinke, James David (The University of Arizona., 2014)
    • Sabino Canyon UAV

      Shkarayev, Sergey; Palo, Cassie Marie (The University of Arizona., 2014)
    • Safe Food for Holiday and Party Buffets

      Meer, Ralph; Misner, Scottie; Nutritional Sciences (College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1999-05)
      Buffets are a common method for serving food at holiday celebrations and parties. This type of food service where foods are left out for long periods leaves the door open for uninvited guests -- bacteria that cause food-borne disease. Unlike bacteria that cause food to spoil, harmful or food-borne disease causing bacteria, typically cannot be identified by smell or taste. This articles briefly discusses prudent habits to help prevent food-borne illness at your buffet.
    • Safer Relationships for Teens: Program Builds Self-Confidence

      Littlefield, Joanne (College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 2006-01)
    • Safer Vegetables: Fewer Pathogens Survive Under Subsurface Drip Irrigation

      McGinley, Susan (College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 2005-01)
    • Safety and efficacy of lung recruitment maneuvers in post-­‐operative pediatric cardiac surgical patients

      Morandi, Tiffany; The University of Arizona College of Medicine - Phoenix; Willis, Brigham C. (The University of Arizona., 2013-03)
      OBJECTIVE: To demonstrate the safety of lung recruitment maneuvers in post-operative pediatric cardiac surgical patients. To assess the ability of lung recruitment maneuvers to improve lung function. HYPOTHESIS: We hypothesize that ventilator recruitment strategies be well-­tolerated in cardiac patients, and that they may benefit such patients by improving physiologic variables such as lung function and oxygenation. METHODS: Sixty‐two pediatric post-operative cardiac surgical patients were randomly selected to include in this retrospective chart review. Study subjects were selected from all patients who met inclusion criteria in the year immediately following implementation of a lung recruitment protocol in a local free‐standing pediatric hospital. Physiologic variables before, during, and after lung recruitment were recorded as well as patient demographics, diagnoses, morbidities and mortality. RESULTS: A statistically significant increase in dynamic compliance of the lungs and renal non-invasive regional oximetry was noted immediately after each recruitment maneuver. There was no statistically significant change in blood pressure, heart rate or oxygen saturation during the maneuvers. There was a transient increase in central venous pressure during the maneuvers (average increase < 1 mmHg). Of the 62 patients, there were 7 cases of pneumonia and 5 cases of small pneumothorax, often resolving without intervention. Significance: Demonstrating recruitment maneuvers are safe in pediatric patients with cardiac disease will allow practitioners to confidently utilize them when caring for ventilated patients. Such patients may benefit from potential improvements in lung function and decreased ventilator-associated morbidities.
    • Safety and Visual Outcomes of Novel Abexterno Akreos® Single Pass Method of Transscleral Sutured Posterior Chamber IOL Implantation for Scleral Fixation of IOL

      Wallman, Andrew; The University of Arizona College of Medicine - Phoenix; Monson, Bryan (The University of Arizona., 2016-04-20)
      We present the safety and efficacy of a novel transscleral sutured posterior chamber intraocular lens (TSSPCIOL) implantation approach utilizing 25 gauge vitrectomy and a foldable posterior chamber intraocular lens implant (AKREOS AO60, Bausch & Lomb). 80 consecutive eyes that underwent single surgeon TSSPCIOL implantation between October 2008 and July 2012 at a referral‐based retina institution were analyzed for best spectacle‐corrected visual acuity (BCVA) and safety indicators. Postoperative complications included retinal detachment in 2 eyes (2.5%), Irvine‐Gass cystoid macular edema in 3 eyes (3.75%), with 2 of those cases occurring late, persistent postoperative corneal edema in 1 eye (1.25%), hyphema in 2 eyes (2.5%) and 1 case of postoperative vitreous hemorrhage with spontaneous clearing. The modified external approach with AKREOS® TSSPCIOL placement with 25 gauge vitrectomy has relatively few complications, improves visual acuity in patients requiring TSSPCIOL, and offers several advantages over traditional anterior chamber or conventional scleral sutured techniques.
    • SAFETY METRIC THE WEITZ COMPANY

      Reinke, Kristen Nicole (The University of Arizona., 2009-05)
    • Safety of New Preemergence Herbicides on Lettuce and Broccoli

      Umeda, K.; Lund, N.; MacNeil, D.; Byrne, David N.; Baciewicz, Patti (College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 2001-08)
      Carfentrazone at 0.0125 and 0.025 lb AI/A was safe on all three lettuce cultivars. No stand reduction was observed. Sulfentrazone confirmed the initial screening test rate range of 0.05 to 0.1 lb AI/A for demonstrating marginal lettuce safety. Flumetsulam and thifensulfuron showed greater selectivity only in head lettuce while severely injuring romaine and red leaf lettuce. Rimsulfuron caused considerable stand reduction of all three lettuce cultivars. Sulfentrazone, fluroxypyr, and thifensulfuron exhibited good tolerance on broccoli as no stunting or stand reduction was observed at maturity.
    • Safflower Production in Arizona

      Dennis, R. E.; Rubis, D. D. (College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1966-01)
    • Safflower Variety by Date of Planting Trial, Safford Agricultural Center, 1993

      Clark, L. J.; Carpenter, E. W.; Ottman, Michael (College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1994-12)
      Five safflower varieties were planted at five different dates on the Safford Agricultural to determine which date of planting and variety would be best for this part of the high desert of Arizona. The earliest date, February 2nd, had the highest yield across all varieties and there was no statistical difference between any of the varieties. Oil content of the seed also seemed to be highest with the earlier plantings.
    • Safflower Variety Trial in Cochise County, 1993

      Clark, Lee J.; Ottman, Michael (College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1994-12)
    • Safford Agricultural Center Celebrates 50th Anniversary

      McGinley, Susan (College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1997-06)
    • Saint John's Wort as a Treatment Option for Mild to Moderately Severe Adolescent Depression

      Darnell, Diana; Jacob, Benjamin Isaac (The University of Arizona., 2015)
      This paper discusses the herbal supplement Saint John's Wort, Hypericum perforatum, and its potential to treat mild to moderately severe depression in adolescents. Depression is a serious illness that affects millions of adolescents across the globe. Depression is characterized by symptoms of unhappiness, anhedonia, and low self-esteem. If left untreated it can lead to substance abuse disorders and even suicide. This paper discusses what is known of depression, focusing on an overview of the monoamine hypothesis of depression. Under the monoamine hypothesis, treatment for depressed adolescents often includes antidepressants. These antidepressants are primarily of the monoamine reuptake inhibitor class, which have been shown to carry caustic side effects when prescribed to adolescents, and even carry a black box label warning of an increased risk of suicide in adolescents. Hyperforin, the primary biologically active component of Hypericum, has been shown to inhibit monoamine reuptake in a manner similar to that of antidepressants, and is similarly effective. Additionally, Hypericum extracts are less expensive and significantly better tolerated. If taken under the supervision of a physician, Hypericum extract could provide an effective alternative treatment for adolescents suffering from moderately severe depression, without the side effects and risks associated with synthetic antidepressants.
    • Salad at the South Pole: Growth Chamber Will House Vegetable and Fruit Crops

      McGinley, Susan (College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 2003-01)