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    • Cadrages contemporains sur les paysages des littératures francophones du Canada Lepage 

      Lepage, Élise (Université Laval, 2015)
      Introduction to journal issue Temps zéro nº10 Introduction au dossier : Cadrages contemporains sur les paysages des littératures francophones du Canada
    • Calculating Center-Glass Performance Indices of Glazing Systems with Shading Devices 

      Wright, John L. (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, 2008)
      Building energy consumption and loads are strongly influ-enced by solar gain and heat transfer through the centre-glass area of windows. Methods have been devised to calculate the corresponding energy performance indices ...
    • Calculating Center-Glass Performance Indices of Windows 

      Wright, John L. (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, 1998)
      Building envelope performance is strongly influenced by solar gain and heat transfer through windows. The majority of this energy gain or loss passes through the center-glass area of the glazing system. Various methods ...
    • Calculating Center-Glass Performance Indices of Windows with a Diathermanous Layer 

      Collins, Michael R.; Wright, John L. (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, 2006)
      The fenestration chapter of the 2005 ASHRAE Hand-book—Fundamentals (ASHRAE 2005) has long included methods for determining the U-factor and solar heat gain coef-ficient (SHGC), or window performance indices, using the ...
    • Calculating the Solar Heat Gain of Window Frames 

      Wright, John L.; McGowan, Alexander G. (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, 1999)
      It is not practical to measure the solar heat gain of a window frame. It is more practical to do so by calculation. Typically, the frame solar heat gain is a small component of the total or is small in absolute terms so ...
    • Calculating Window Solar Heat Gain 

      Wright, John L. (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, 1995-07)
      Window design has been revolutionized-largely by the introduction of low emissivity (low-e) coatings and substitute fill gases. The large number of design options necessitates the use of computer simulation for development ...
    • Calibrant Free Sampling and Enrichment with Solid-Phase Microextraction: Computational Simulation and Experimental Verification 

      Alam, Md. Nazmul; Ricardez-Sandoval, Luis; Pawliszyn, Janusz (American Chemical Society, 2017-04-05)
      Despite the benefits of diffusion-based calibrant-free sampling based on solid-phase microextraction (SPME), this quantification approach is often underestimated due to an inadequate understanding of how extraction parameters ...
    • Calibration of a Lattice Model for High-Molecular-Weight Block Copolymer Melts 

      Willis, James; Beardsley, Tom; Matsen, Mark (AIP, 2019-05-06)
      The Morse calibration is applied to a lattice model designed for efficient simulations of two-component polymer melts of high molecular weight. The model allows multiple occupancy per site, which results in high invariant ...
    • Calibration of the Flory-Huggins Interaction Parameter in Field-Theoretic Simulations 

      Beardsley, Tom; Matsen, Mark (2019)
      Field-theoretic simulations (FTS) offer a versatile method of dealing with complicated block copolymer systems, but unfortunately they struggle to cope with the level of fluctuations typical of experiments. Although the ...
    • Calmodulin regulates Cav3 T-type channels at their gating brake 

      Chemin, Jean; Taiakina, Valentina; Monteil, Arnaud; Piazza, Michael; Guan, Wendy; Stephens, Robert F.; Kitmitto, Ashraf; Pang, Zhiping P.; Dolphin, Annette C.; Perez-Reyes, Edward; Dieckmann, Thorsten; Guillemette, Joseph Guy; Spafford, J. David (American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2017-12-08)
      Calcium (Cav1 and Cav2) and sodium channels possess homologous CaM-binding motifs, known as IQ motifs in their C termini, which associate with calmodulin (CaM), a universal calcium sensor. Cav3 T-type channels, which serve ...
    • Camera-based Mirror Visual Feedback: Potential to Improve Motor Preparation in Stroke Patients 

      Ding, Li; Wang, Xu; Guo, Xiaoli; Chen, Shugeng; Wang, Hewei; Jiang, Ning; Jia, Jie (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2018-08-13)
      Mirror visual feedback (MVF) is used widely for motor recovery after stroke, but an optimal training setup and systematic procedure are lacking. New optimization strategies have been proposed, one of which is a camera ...
    • Camper Self-Concept Promotes Environmental Awareness: A Relationship Mediated by Social Inclusion 

      Cousineau, Luc; Mock, Steven E.; Glover, Troy Daniel (Journal of Youth Development, 2018-04-19)
      Summer camps in Canada provide services to hundreds of thousands of youth each year, giving opportunities for growth and development. However, summer camps in Canada remain understudied. Using one phase of data from the ...
    • Can current models of accommodation and vergence predict accommodative behavior in myopic children? 

      Sreenivasan, Vidhyapriya; Irving, Elizabeth; Bobier, William (Elsevier, 2014-08)
      Investigations into the progression of myopia in children have long considered the role of accommodation as a cause and solution. Myopic children show high levels of accommodative adaptation, coupled with accommodative lag ...
    • Can physical joint simulators be used to anticipate clinical wear problems of new joint replacement implants prior to market release? 

      Medley, John B. (Sage Publications, 2016-05-09)
      One of the most important mandates of physical joint simulators is to provide test results that allow the implant manufacturer to anticipate and perhaps avoid clinical wear problems with their new products. This is best ...
    • Can students be taught to articulate employability skills? 

      Tomasson Goodwin, Jill; Goh, Joslin; Verkoeyen, Stephanie; Lithgow, Katherine (Emerald, 2019-03-03)
      Purpose The purpose of this paper is to report on research findings from a teaching and learning intervention that explored whether undergraduate university students can be taught to articulate their employability skills ...
    • Can virtual water trade save water resources? 

      Liu, Xi; Du, Huibin; Zhang, Zengkai; Crittenden, John; Lahr, Michael L.; Moreno-Cruz, Juan; Guan, Dabo; Mi, Zhifu; Zuo, Jian (Elsevier, 2019-10-15)
      At times, certain areas of China suffering from water shortages. While China's government is spurring innovation and infrastructure to help head off such problems, it may be that some water conservation could help as well. ...
    • Canada en(counters) terrorism: US-Canada relations and counter-terrorism policy 

      Kitchen, Veronica; Sasikumar, Karthika (Taylor and Francis, 2009-01-15)
      This paper examines the role of identity in shaping counter-terrorism policy in Canada. We show that identity functions in three ways: constitutively by defining the range of choices a state is likely to consider; strategically ...
    • Capturing Plant Metabolome with Direct-Immersion in Vivo Solid Phase Microextraction of Plant Tissues 

      Risticevic, Sanja; Souza-Silva, Erica A.; DeEll, Jennifer R.; Cochran, Jack; Pawliszyn, Janusz (American Chemical Society, 2015-12-15)
      For the first time, an in vivo sampling mode of direct immersion–solid phase microextraction (DI-SPME) was employed to capture the metabolome of living plant specimens, using apple (Malus × domestica Borkh.) as a model ...
    • Carbon dioxide flux and net primary production of a boreal treed bog: Responses to warming and water-table-lowering simulations of climate change 

      Munir, T. M.; Perkins, M.; Kaing, E.; Strack, Maria (European Geosciences Union, 2015-02-20)
      Midlatitude treed bogs represent significant carbon (C) stocks and are highly sensitive to global climate change. In a dry continental treed bog, we compared three sites: control, recent (1–3 years; experimental) and older ...
    • Cardiolipin Prevents Membrane Translocation and Permeabilization by Daptomycin 

      Zhang, TianHua; Muraih, Jawad K.; Tishbi, Nasim; Herskowitz, Jennifer; Victor, Rachel L.; Silverman, Jared; Uwumarenogie, Stephanie; Taylor, Scott D.; Palmer, Michael; Mintzer, Evan (American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2014-04-25)
      Daptomycin is an acidic lipopeptide antibiotic that, in the presence of calcium, forms oligomeric pores on membranes containing phosphatidylglycerol. It is clinically used against various Gram-positive bacteria such as ...


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