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    • 1 CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION Forensic Botany & Archaeology Forensic science is the branch of criminology that applies science to legal issues, and two emphases within forensic science are botany and archaeology (Yoon 1993). Forensic archaeologists and...
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    • 10 CHAPTER 2: MATERIALS & METHODS DNA Extraction and Regions Sampled Ancient maize specimens were previously collected from the Corngrowers Site and identified based on their depth of occurrence from the trench surface. These specimens were ground...
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    • 11 Table 1: Sample Identification. Surface trench depth and dry weight of samples before extraction. Sample Dry Weight (g) Depth (cm) Sample Dry Weight (g) Depth...
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    • 12 and reverse primer, 1X (5 μl) SYBR Green master mix and sterile distilled water to a final volume of 10μl (Roche, 2009). qPCR cycling conditions were 5 minutes at 95ºC followed by 45 cycles of 10 seconds at 95ºC, 10 seconds at 50ºC, and12...
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    • 17 The benefits of learning in school gardens can be plentiful. The school, community, teachers, families, and students, all benefited from school gardens. Interdisciplinary learning. School gardens have been a tool to teach multiple subjects at...
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    • 1875.. - .Mayor and Councilmen: Mayor: Councilmen: Francis Webster Christopher J . Arthur George P e r r y Jens Nielson Robert Heyborne John V . Adams Jan. 11, 1875.. . a committee was appointed to obtain lands for streets, e t c . It was...
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    • 2 the glumes and lemmas surrounding the kernel have been reduced and softened; remaining on the ear after the kernel has been removed. Modern corn only grows a few ears of corn on one unbranched stalk and produces larger ears covered with numerous...
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    • 26 Millward, H., Samowitz, W., Wittwer, C.T., & Bernard, P.S. 2002. Homogeneous amplification and mutation scanning of the p53 gene using fluorescent melting curves. Clin. Chem. 48:1321-1328, National Science Foundation. 2009. Biosciences:...
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    • 30 Days November 1910: S 13 Raining Dan & Family came in about noon. M 14 Raining Went out to the South field. T 15 Rain on mountains hauled up another load of corn. W 16-Th 17 made a few post card pictures F 18 Rain. I went up canal got...
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    • 30 Days November 1910: S 6 at Home M 7 up the canyon T 8 Up the canyon W 9 out in the South Fields Th 10 Almost on the sick list with a bad cold. F 11 Cut and hauled a little corn clouded up S 12 A.M. up the canyon P.M. Hauled load of...
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    • 55 stoves 9 swords 1001 lbs. of powder a n d lead 44 saddles 436 lights of glass (8 x 1 0 ) 1 9 0 lbs. of nails 137 chopping axes 45 mowing scythes 45 sickles 7 2 scythes and grain cradles 98 hoes 110 spades and shovels Carpenter tools--9t s e t s...
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    • 58 periments in which to determine the amount of moisture, humus, etc. in various types of soils in our locality. Three hours credit. First term. Cereal Crops. This course deals with the history, cultivation, development, and marketing of...
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    • 73 I loved all the classes! Very valuable info not just for technology but their was a variety of classes available. it was nice to get the latest on technology even if we can't afford it in our classrooms! Continue the progaram!! All No Everyday...
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    • After supper, when the men gathered around the campfire, Brother Lunt exhorted the brethren to "obey counsel and suffer wrong rather than do wrong, and, for the sake of a few house logs, not to let the devil get into their midst."' Apparently, it...
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    • and they were cooked in every way the women could contrive. Thus the day was saved. This event was no less miraculous than the 'mama' of ancient Israel. Broughton wrote that the year of 1892 was a most desperate one, flour was not to be bought. The...
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    • arrived at our camp. We fired the cannon six times in welcome." President Young spent the next few days visiting the settlers and giving comforting instructions to those who wanted to go home. He and others in the party visited the gristmill and...
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    • at Mount Trumbull, and we are compelled to cany the hay 150 miles to support the cattle that fknish the mills with logs--and grain has to be hauled much further. About 100 men are at work in the quarry. The scarcity of money to meet the demands for...

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