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• #### Fibronectin and von Willebrand factor mediated sickle erythrocyte adhesion to human endothelial cells under venous flow conditions ﻿

(1988)
Sickle erythrocytes have previously been demonstrated to be abnormally adhesive to human endothelial cells in both static incubation assays and under venous flow conditions. The extent to which human fibronectin and human ...

(1979)
• #### Field emission from carbon nanotubes ﻿

(1996)
Field emission from carbon nanotubes has been measured. Typical values are 100-1000 nA at a nanotube bias of $-$80V. The amount of field emission is found to depend strongly on the state of the nanotube tip. This should ...
• #### Field of edges ﻿

(2006)
"Field of Edges" investigates how design modulates social and material worlds. Operative systems, infrastructural (freeways, roads) and ecological (bayous, land mosaics), provide objects of study to investigate territoriality ...
• #### Field star interactions with globular clusters ﻿

(1992)
We investigate a new interaction of globular clusters with galactic field stars. By dynamical friction, high-velocity field stars passing through individual globular clusters are decelerated. This frictional interaction ...

(1971)

(1961)
• #### Fighting a New Deal: Intellectual origins of the Reagan Revolution, 1932--1952 ﻿

(2007)
This dissertation locates the origins of the modern conservative movement in the intellectual history of the 1930s and 1940s. I argue that it was during the years of the Great Depression, when laissez-faire capitalism was ...
• #### FIGURES IN THE CARPET: THE EKPHRASTIC TRADITION IN THE REALISTIC NOVEL ﻿

(1981)
A prevailing trend in contemporary novel theory criticism is the attempt to free the term "realism" from its static association with the fin de siecle movement which has led, in its extreme examples, to a kind of fictional ...
• #### Figuring philosophy of religion: Reflection on art and its significance for Continental philosophy of religion ﻿

(2004)
This study maintains that philosophical reflection on religion can avoid consigning the significance of religion to the secret of faith or sacrificing its significance at the threshold of intelligibility. Such reflection ...
• #### Film flow models for the trickling filter ﻿

(1963)
An inclined plate model for the trickling filter system is considered from the point of view of the transport phenomena involved with heterogeneous reaction at the interface between a bacterial film and a flowing liquid ...
• #### Filter approaches to stochastic dynamic analysis of compliant offshore platforms ﻿

(1990)
The dynamics of offshore structures subjected to random waves is investigated. The load modeling and response analysis are conducted by using a new approach. The problems of the wave kinematics simulation and of the dynamic ...
• #### Filtering rate inhibition of Daphnia (Crustacea; Cladocera) ﻿

(1972)
The ability of lacustrine phytoplankton to limit zooplankton grazing rates has been well documented in the last two decades by Ryther, Rigler, McMahon, Burns, and many others. The experimental part of this study was designed ...
• #### Filtration of Complex Suspensions Using N anofiltration and Reverse Osmosis Membranes: Foulant-Foulant and FoulantMembrane Interactions ﻿

(2011)
Membrane filtration is a promising advanced treatment method that has the technological capability to treat waters containing contaminants that typically escape traditional water treatment methods, including trace ...
• #### Filtration of polydisperse suspensions ﻿

(1991)
The effect of polydispersivity of the influent suspension on the ripening stage of a granular media filter has been studied experimentally. Suspensions of spherical latex particles of sizes 0.09$\mu$m, 0.944$\mu$m and ...

(1968)

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(1965)
• #### Fine-grain producer-initiated communication in cache-coherent multiprocessors ﻿

(1997)
Shared-memory multiprocessors are becoming increasingly popular as a high-performance, easy to program, and relatively inexpensive choice for parallel computation. However, the performance of shared-memory multiprocessors ...

(1975)