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Introduction To Microscopy

Introduction to MicroscopyA microscope is a very significant object in the field of microscopy because it helps in detailed analysis of small objects that cannot be seen by the naked eye. Microscopy is the field of science that deals with study and investigation of small objects that are impossib...

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How James Hutton And Charles Lyell Influenced The Modern Geology

How James Hutton and Charles Lyell influenced the modern geologyThe two are considered as the uniformitarianism geology fathers. This is all what is available and also that which has been discussed and taught since shortly after the term geology was introduced in the year 1778. James Hutton is gr...

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Indoor Air Quality Monitoring By Settlement Method

INDOOR AIR QUALITY MONITORINGIntroductionIndoor air quality monitoring can be described as a process in which the air that is inside a structure is regularly tested to gather information about the quality (Nagda & Harper, 2014). The results from various tests are then used to manage a system for ...

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Genetic Disorder; Hemophilia

Genetic Disorder; HemophiliaIntroduction Hemophilia is an uncommon genetic disorders in the world. It is a disease that presents itself in males. Individuals with hemophilia have a problem in their blood clotting process due to lack of essential components in the clotting process. Being a gen...

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Become Better Informed Of The Actual Science Surrounding Global Climate Change.

Become better informed of the actual science surrounding global climate changeIntroduction Climate change is one of the most debated issues that have been surrounding the world in the past years. According to Harre, climate change refers to variations that are observed in the statistical di...

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Diet And Exercise

Diet and ExerciseIntroductionA balanced diet is referred to the assortment of variety of edibles obtained from the kingdom of foods and all in a moderation (White & Mondeika, 2012). It is basically what gives bodies the nutrition they need I order to function properly. To the children a healthy d...

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The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System The human body is made up of very many systems. These systems work together to make sure the body functions well and incase of failure of one system it will lead to the body failing. Some of these systems are respiratory and reproductive systems. Respiratory system is ...

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Karyotype.

IntroductionA karyotype is defined as the number, shape and number of chromosomes found in an organism. The person who was the first to offer a definition on karyotype as phenotypic look of the somatic chromosomes was Grygorii Levitsky which was in contrast to their contents of genic.

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Research On Kuwait City

Research on Kuwait cityIntroductionKuwait city is the capital city of Kuwait that which was the officially named state of Kuwait. The population of this city was approximated as 3700000 by the end of year 2010. Many of people in the city speak Arabic language. The main aim of the research was to ...

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Volunteer Work With An Environmental Group

Volunteer Work with an Environmental Group The natural environment is made up by all the living creators and non-living ones that come up naturally on the earth. There is need for all people to fully understand the environment and what it pertains. With this knowledge, people will be able to...

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The G Protein Coupled Receptor Taste T1 R1/T1 R3 Regulates M To Rc1 And Autophagy

The G Protein-coupled receptor taste T1R1/T1R3 regulates mToRC1 and autophagyBasically, the cells assess energy and nutrients state continually in order to maintain survival and growth as well as engaging the necessary mechanisms for homeostatic. The cells’ autonomous responses to fed state ideal...

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Hiv And Chlamydia In The Universities And The Society.

HIV and Chlamydia in the Universities and the societyIn the United States, sexually transmitted diseases are gradually increasing among the young and middle aged adults. For this reason, students at the university have a high prevalence of being infected with STIs. Students are involving themselv...

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Down Syndrome

Down syndromeIntroductionDown syndrome is a congenital genetic disorder which is basically an anthology of phenotypes owing to the human chromosome 21 trisomy. Trisomy for this chromosome results in a prejudiced intellectual ability with a myriad of physical malformations including an expansive f...

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Effects Of Biodegradable Dumping

Effects of Biodegradable DumpingLove canal is located in America New York State, Niagara County in the common city located a area known as Niagara Falls. The name of the canal (Love Canal) is associated with the last name of one of the core founders known as William T. Love. He helped the constru...

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Differences Beteen A Tadpoles And A Frogs

Digestion in frog and tadpolesAbstractThis project was aimed at determining the difference between the digestive system of a frog and tadpole. The apparatus used included; blotting pins,scalpels, and anaesthesia and hand lens. It involved dissection of the specimens and carrying out observations ...

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Pathogenic Agent

GonorrheaThis is a purulent mucous membrane infection caused by the pathogenic bacteria Neisseria gonorrheae. These Gram negative bacteria exist as diplococcic gonococci and are the causative agents for many gonococcal infections. Gonorrhea is a contagious disease spread by contact including sexu...

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What Features Do All Living Things Share In Common?

Features of lifeFrom the simplest of life forms to the most complex, living things display high degree of organization. At the chemical state, atoms form elements which together form organelles that are basic structures of all cells; for single-celled and multi-cellular organisms. In metazoans ce...

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Plant Anatomy And Physiology

Plant anatomy and physiologyAnatomy generally is the study of the organisms which involves looking at the cells and tissues. Ideally, the study of the functioning of plants has many connections to the water movement. There are three primary tissues in which the embryo develops namely protoderm, g...

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Different Types Of Dreams

Types of DreamsDay dreams occur due to altered states of the human mind consciousness. In other words, they occur in between sleep and wakefulness. Psychologists assert that alteration of consciousness occurs when the mind shifts focus to another object or thoughts. It is a subconscious and insta...

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Video Game Players Have Faster Reaction Times Than Non Players

VIDEO GAME PROJECTIntroductionVideo games are defined as interactions that will involve a user interface to create a visual output that will be displayed in a screen(Bissell, 2010). Traditionally, the word video has been used to describe a raster display device thou8gh with the increased use of t...

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Dna Structure And Function

DNA Structure and FunctionDeoxyribonucleic acid is the molecule, which contains information that any organism takes up to grow and develop and produce offspring as well. DNA structures are found inside an organism cells and are therefore passed on to the children upon reproduction (Wilson & Hunt,...

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Role Of E Cadherin In Cancer

Role of E-Cadherin in CancerGene/ Protein Structure of CadherinThe CDH1 (human epithelial (E-cadherin) resembles the chromosome 16q22.1.1 and was first isolated in full length using the recombinant lambda phage, P1 phage as well as cosmid phage clones.The CDH1 gene comprises of16 exons with a spa...

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Methods Used To Classify Different Species

Methods used to classify different speciesThere are different methods that have been used to classify species. This paper explains two methods that have been used in the classification. The objectives of each method will be given. These methods are DNA isolation protocol and TCP gene isolation. D...

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6 Degrees Can Change The World

6 Degrees can Change the WorldImportance of understanding the video For a long period of time, the issue of climate change has been hitting the major headlines with many people arguing that the negative changes in climatic conditions could severely affect the people in the near future (Backl...

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Documenting The Density Of Subtidal Marine Debris Across Multiple Marine And Coastal Habitats

Documenting the Density of Subtidal Marine Debris across Multiple Marine and Coastal HabitatsIntroductionMarine debris is dominant in all marine settings. However, quantification has centered mainly on accessible habitations like estuaries, beaches and ocean surface. Considering subtidal benthic ...

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