Doctoral presentations of current interest, where the thesis is available in Munin:

20 May 2022: Lena Anna-Maria Lachner

How to tame a parasite - Developing biotechnological pipelines for gene function studies in Cuscuta

20 May 2022: Tom Hilding Skoglund

A short-form personality measure for military personnel selection: Psychometric investigation and perspectives on usage

24 May 2022: Johann Stamm

Advanced signal processing techniques with EISCAT3D

24 May 2022: Isabell Eischeid

Tundra vegetation ecology from the sky - Aerial images and photogrammetry as tools to monitor landscape change

25 May 2022: Anna Dahl Myrvang

Cerebral structural and functional changes in adolescent females with anorexia nervosa

01 Jun 2022: Erin Kunisch

Sea ice dependence in Arctic marine organisms: life cycles, resource use, and trophic linkages

02 Jun 2022: Philip Rainsford

Expanding the toolbox for the study of antimicrobial peptides

02 Jun 2022: Nesha Dushani Salpage

Economic valuation of climate change impacts on ecotourism in Rekawa coastal wetland in Sri Lanka: Application of stated preference techniques

03 Jun 2022: Pedro Guilherme Nicolau

Boreal rodents fluctuating in space and time: Tying the observation process to the modeling of seasonal population dynamics

03 Jun 2022: Thomas K. Sjöberg

Optimising breast reconstruction. A clinical study on autologous breast reconstruction

07 Jun 2022: Monica Isabel Olsen

Physical performance, physical and perceived health, and the use of healthcare services in a population of adults with intellectual disability

08 Jun 2022: Eivind Flittie Kleiven

Population cycles in small rodents seen through the lens of a wildlife camera

09 Jun 2022: Julide Ceren Ahi

The use of stated preferences and bio-economic modeling in marine ecosystem service management: Case studies from Arctic Norway

10 Jun 2022: Rupert Harald Krapp

Living on the dark side? Investigations into under-ice light climate and sympagic amphipods

10 Jun 2022: Anette Uhlving Larsen

Vitamin D: Relations with Sleep and Bone Mineral Density. Insights from the Tromsø Study and randomized controlled trials

  • Fra regionalpolitisk redskap til nasjonal politisk aktør. Rektorarkiv for Jarle Aarbakke, Universitetet i Tromsø 1.1.2001 - 31.7.2013 

    Aarbakke, Jarle (Others; Andre, 2022-05)
    Professor Jarle Aarbakke (f. 1942) var rektor ved Universitetet i Tromsø (nå UiT Norges arktiske universitet) i perioden fra 2001 til 2013. Skriftet «Fra regionalpolitisk redskap til nasjonal politisk aktør: Rektorarkiv for Jarle Aarbakke, Universitetet i Tromsø 1.1.2001–31.7.2013» er et tilbakeblikk, initiert og redigert av Aarbakke selv. Det inneholder beretninger fra tidligere rektor ved Høgskolen ...
  • Verb-particles: placement with respect to reflexive pronouns 

    Lundquist, Bjørn (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2014-08-22)
    As was discussed in the section on verb particles in active clauses, the verb particle always precedes the direct objects in Swedish, while it often follows the direct object in the other Nordic varieties, especially when the direct object is a non­stressed pronoun. When it comes to simple reflexive direct objects (sig) [1] , the pattern in Swedish is more complex. Depending on verb class, the ...
  • Verb-particles: particle placement in passives 

    Lundquist, Bjørn (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2014-08-22)
    As discussed in the chapter on particle placement in active clauses (Lundquist 2014a), there is some interesting variation within Scandinavia with respect to particle placement in active clauses. In participial passive clauses, the verb particle always prefixes to the participle in Swedish, while it follows the participle in Danish and Icelandic, see e.g. Johannisson (1939) and Svenonuis (2005) ...
  • ATG8 Family Proteins Act as Scaffolds for Assembly of the ULK Complex SEQUENCE REQUIREMENTS FOR LC3-INTERACTING REGION (LIR) MOTIFS 

    Alemu, Endalkachew Ashenafi; Lamark, Trond; Torgersen, Knut Martin; Birgisdottir, Åsa birna; Larsen, Kenneth Bowitz; Jain, Ashish; Olsvik, Hallvard Lauritz; Øvervatn, Aud Karin; Kirkin, Vladimir; Johansen, Terje (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2012-10-05)
    Autophagy is a lysosome-dependent degradation system conserved among eukaryotes. The mammalian Atg1 homologues, Unc-51 like kinase (ULK) 1 and 2, are multifunctional proteins with roles in autophagy, neurite outgrowth, and vesicle transport. The mammalian ULK complex involved in autophagy consists of ULK1, ULK2, ATG13, FIP200, and ATG101. We have used pulldown and peptide array overlay assays to ...
  • Nursing during World War II: Finnmark County, Northern Norway 

    Immonen, Ingrid B. (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2013-04-25)
    Introduction. This study is part the project ‘‘Nursing in Borderland Finnmark 19391950’’ within nursing history that sheds light on nursing and health care during World War II in Finnmark County, Northern Norway. The study focuses on challenges in nursing care that arose during the war because of war activities in the Barents area. This article focuses on challenges caused by shortage of supplies. ...

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