Ernest J. Freeman, Ph.D. Freeman, EJ, CM Ferrario, and Tallant, EA Angiotensins differentially activatephospholipase D in spontaneously hypertensive and WistarKyoto rat vascular http://darla.neoucom.edu/DEPTS/PHYS/Faculty/Freeman.html
Extractions: Professional Experience: 1993-present Coordinator of Research Akron General Medical Center 1994-present Assistant Professor of Physiology in Internal Medicine Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine 1994-present Adjunct Assistant Professor, Kent State University 1994-present, Assistant Professor of Physiology Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine Freeman, E. J., and E. A.Tallant. Vascular smooth muscle cells contain AT1 angiotensin receptors coupled to phospholipase D activation. Biochem. J. 304(2):543-548, 1994. Freeman, E. J., G. M.Chisolm and E. A. Tallant. Role of calcium and protein kinase C in the activation of phospholipase D by angiotensin II in vascular smooth muscle cells. Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 319:184-92, 1995.
EPA: ORD: NCER: TITLE of Biotic Integrity in Piedmont Streams, The University of Georgia, DS Leigh, BJFreeman, MC Freeman, EA Kramer, CM Pringle, and AD Rosemond, Barbara Levinson, http://es.epa.gov/ncer/publications/search/uga.html
Extractions: Number Identifier Abstract Institution Principal Investigator Grant Representative Grant Amount Proposed Start Date The Impact of Lawn Care Practices on Aquatic Ecosystems in Suburban Watersheds. University of Georgia, Griffin GA.; University of Georgia, Athens, GA. Peachtree City Developmental Services, Alpharetta Environmental Services. Kevin Armbrust, Larry Shuman, Judith Meyer, Marsha Black, Raymond Noblet, Andrew Keeler, Ted Gragson, James B. Williams, Dee West
Extractions: Patrick Stoner: I heard that you don't like to see yourself on screen. How far does that go? You don't see dailies? You don't see the final cut? What? Morgan Freeman: If I didn't go to see the final cut, the director would say, "What's the matter, you're not proud of what we did?" So, I HAVE to see the final cut, but I don't like to, and no I won't go to the dailies or watch the videotapes. I don't want to see myself. Stoner: Why is that? Freeman: Well, you have to understand how I go about acting and exactly what acting is. If you're playing somebody who is not you, then you can imagine that you are that person. You can feel like he feels, move like he moves, look like he looks in your own mind. Stoner: Be in the moment ... Freeman: Be in the moment, right. But, if you catch even a glimpse of yourself doing the role, then all you see is YOU not him and then you're just yourself. So, I avoid seeing myself while I'm working on role so I won't see "me." Stoner: It seems like you are reducing what you do in your roles to the minimum.
Stable Carbon Isotopes Of Lipid Biomarkers EA Canuel, KH Freeman, and SG Wakeham. (1997) Isotopic composition of lipid biomarkercompounds in estuarine plants and surface sediments. Limnol. Oceanogr. http://www.skio.peachnet.edu/research/biogeochemlab/lipid_bio.php
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Extractions: October 27, 2000 News Release "At home, at school, at work, at play, reading is part of every day" Washington, D.C. Morgan Freeman, star of the current hit movie Nurse Betty , as well as the American classic Driving Miss Daisy , will be behind the wheel as chairperson of the National Education Association's (NEA) Read Across America for 2001, it was announced today. NEA President Bob Chase said: "NEA is honored to have someone of Morgan Freeman's caliber lend his talent and voice to Read Across America. His willingness to carve out time from an already hectic schedule to make room for reading will be an inspiration to the millions of teachers, librarians, parents, and students of all ages who have made NEA's Read Across America one of the nation's premier literacy events." Freeman's career as a character actor began, appropriately enough, as "Easy Reader," a role he created for the widely acclaimed PBS series
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Freeman Male descendant study to determine what, if any, relationships might exist among the various immigrant Freeman ancestors. http://dna.carnicle.com/
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Publication List 429 ; Developments in modelling avian survival, BJT Morgan, SN Freeman and EACatchpole, In Bulletin of the ISI, 50th Session, Beijing, Book 3 of Proceedings http://www.kent.ac.uk/IMS/publications/indexes/bjtm.htm
Extractions: Institute of Mathematics and Statistics Home Research Teaching ... Contacts Statistical analysis of data from marked bird populations , B.J.T. Morgan and D. Thomson, editors, Routledge, 2002. Statistics - Problems and Solutions , E E Bassett, J M Bremner, I T Jolliffe, B Jones, B J T Morgan and P M North, World Scientific Publishing, Singapore, New Jersey, London, Hong Kong, Second edition, May 2000. Applied Stochastic Modelling , B.J.T. Morgan, Arnold, London, 2000. Statistics in Toxicology , B.J.T.Morgan, editor, Oxford University Press, 1996. Integrated squared error estimation of normal mixtures , Besbeas, P. and Morgan, B.J.T., Computational Statistics and Data Analysis , 44, pages 517-526, 2003. Models for yeast prions , Morgan, B.J.T., Ridout, M.S. and Ruddock, L., Biometrics , 59, pages 562-569, 2003. Generalised linear mixed models for strawberry inflorescence data , D.J.Cole, B.J.T. Morgan and M.S. Ridout, Statistical Modelling , 3, pages 273-290, 2003.
BBC - Films - Interview - Morgan Freeman BBC OnlineMorgan Freeman talks about Under Suspicion , in which he plays a policeman investigating the rape and murder of two young girls. http://www.bbc.co.uk/films/2001/01/11/morgan_freeman_under_suspicion_090101_inte
Extractions: Morgan Freeman Under Suspicion Interviewed by James Mottram How did "Under Suspicion" come about? Gene and I said when we were doing "Unforgiven" that we must find a project to do together. He had this project with him, which he been carting round for 12 years. I told him "Let's do it." He said, "Well, I'm gonna have to leave it in your hands. I have been trying to get it done for years and failed!" So my production company produced it. The film is a remake of Claude Miller's 1981 film "Garde à Vue". Had you seen it? I had forgotten that I'd already seen that version, but I was sitting and watching it with the idea of Gene and I doing it. I was very excited, because what I thought was that I was watching a play. Primarily, these actors are in a stage setting that has nothing else to distract them. Just the human integration, and that's very exciting. Normally, if you're doing a film with some special effects, you shoot very short segments. You very seldom have to learn a page of dialogue. But with "Under Suspicion" we could do an entire scene in one take. An actors talent, if they have any at all, is for memory. I can't remember names, but I can look at a page of dialogue and do it.