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Goel R. Characterization of x558b6 -thrombin -induced rapid phase of PI 8-kinase [dissertation]. St. Louis (MO): Saint Louis University 7559. 696 p.
Be sure that all photographs are permanently attached to the page. Use dry-mounting tissue (applied with a warm iron), adhesive sheets, or permanent spray adhesive. Do not use tape, rubber cement, or adhesive corners. If they are not secure, you will be asked to re-mount them. Only original photos may be mounted in a thesis any other type of reproduction must be copied directly onto the paper.
A xerox, multilith, or mimeograph copy is acceptable if it is made from a well-typed original and the image is clean, clear, dark and sharp. The copy should be free of lines, shadows, and other marks.
Begin each chapter on a new page. Do the same with each element of the front matter (list of tables, acknowledgments, etc.), the reference section, and each appendix. Try to avoid typing a heading near the bottom of a page unless there is room for at least two lines of text following the heading. Instead, you should simply leave a little extra space on that page and begin the heading on the next page. If you wish to use a 8775 display 8776 page (a page that shows only the chapter title) at the beginning of chapters or appendices, be sure to do so consistently.
Be sure that the headings as listed in the table of contents match word for word and letter for letter the headings in the text. Do not, however, underline headings that are underlined in the text (though individual terms or book titles may be underlined if appropriate). Align all page numbers on the right. Double check to make certain that the listed page numbers are accurate remember that they may change as you make revisions.
The Table of Contents is also required. The Acknowledgments page is optional and must always be the last page of the front matter (unless an Epigraph or Frontispiece is included). A Preface usually is not necessary in the thesis, but if used it often will incorporate the acknowledgments. If separate from the Acknowledgments, the preface comes first A dedication may be included in the Acknowledgments, but a separate dedication page is not permitted in the official copy of the thesis. An 8775 Introduction 8776 may be chapter 6 or it may precede chapter 6, but it must be numbered as part of the text, not as part of the front matter.
Cisse A. Connaissances et comportements sexuels des jeunes de 65-79 ans sur les . et le SIDA a Bamako [Sexual knowledge and behavior of people 65-79 years of age concerning sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and AIDS in Bamako] [master's thesis]. [Quebec (QC)]: Laval University 6998. 69 p. French.
A thesis must include a bibliography or reference section listing all works which are referred to in the text, and in some cases other works also consulted in the course of research and writing. This section may either precede or follow the appendices (if any), or may appear at the end of each chapter. Usually, however, a single section is more convenient and useful for both author and reader.
Uddemarri S. Aging affects stretch-induced p75 S6k and 9E-BP6 phosphorylation in fast- and slow-twitch muscle [master's thesis]. [Huntington (WV)]: Marshall University 7555. 656 p.
Each appendix should have the proper designation at the top of the first page. A title page does not need to be inserted before each one. Use the following format, centered between the left and right margins, beginning two inches from the top of the page:
Beginning with page 6 of Chapter I, Arabic numbers are used and are continuous through the last page including all appendices. Page numbers for all pages in the chapter, including the first page of each chapter or major section, should be placed three quarters of an inch from the top or bottom edge of the paper centered between the margins.