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Biology and Life SciencesChemical reactions take place through the collision of molecules against each other. However, many of the molecules have neither enough energy nor the correct shape favouring an efficient reaction. Enzymes cut down the energy requirements for a reaction between molecules....

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Why Animal Eyes Glow Green When Illuminated At Night

Why animal eyes glow green when illuminated at night. What causes "red - eye" in flash pictures?The animal eyes, in this case the nocturnal, have a special reflective layer at the back of eyeballs called the Tapetum Lucidum. The green or yellow colouring depends on the chemical make-up that forms...

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Malaria Arthropod Borne Diseases

Malaria-Arthropod- Borne DiseasesVector-borne diseases can be described as infections that are transmitted through the bite of an infected arthropod species such as ticks, mosquitoes, sandflies and blackflies. One of the major arthropod species is the mosquito commonly known for the infection of ...

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Your Inner Fish

The book, Your Inner Fish, by Shubin talks about evolution by observation on human-body organs as were far back as millions of years ago. The first chapter is titled finding an Inner Fish", which talk on the manner in which the common descent intertwines. The discussion centers on an extinct anim...

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Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (Dmd)

Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) is a genetic disorder characterized by physical weakness and progressive muscle degeneration.It is caused by lack of the dystrophin protein, which is responsible for keeping muscle cells intact.It is a genetic condition that comes about when a particular gene on ...

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Knee Injuries

Knee Injuries The knee injuries are one of the most common and frequently experienced injuries. The knee joint is made up of the bone Femur meeting up with Tibia. The knee joint is completed by a third joint Tibia forming up the third joint. The knee joint is surrounded up by ligaments that ...

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Biology Course Reflection

Part 1 & 2Biology is defined as the study of life in science as well as living organisms (Twomey, 2005). Throughout this course, I have learned a lot about biology, what it entails, how it relates with other life sciences and its basics among other lessons. In the biology course, I have learned a...

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Molecular Composition Of Storm Clouds

Molecular Composition of Storm Clouds Based on this article whose focus is on the chemical and microbial composition of storm clouds, some experiments were performed for the purpose of finding out if storm clouds contain growth of microbial life. The materials used for the experiments were h...

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Water Pollution

Water pollutionWater pollution is the addition of organic, inorganic, radiological or biological substances and other factors such as heat and acidity to the extent that it becomes hazardous or unsafe for use. Today, water pollution stands as one of the worst forms due to the dynamism of the syst...

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Messaging Intelligent Life: Artefact Design

Messaging Intelligent Life: artefact designAccording to Search for Extra-terrestrial Intelligence (SETI) astronomer, intelligent life can be best defined by sustainability (Michaud, 209). Meaning, an intelligent being can be measured by its ability to survive for a long period of time. Therefore ...

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Fad Diets: Health And Physical Fitness

IntroductionOverweight and obesity among the adolescent are becoming issues of concern in many developed nations. Research indicates that the prevalence of these two conditions is increasing rapidly worldwide, and there is a need for stringent measures to mitigate the consequences of overweight a...

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The Helminths Infections

The Helminths InfectionsAssignment 1:The learning process is part of the developmental stage in children, and it may take place differently among individuals. Some children experience difficulties in learning while others find it easy to learn new things. Studies show that learning difficulties m...

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Human Genetics , Huntington Disease

What is HuntingtonDisease? What cause the disease , what is missing orwhat situation cause the disease, interaction with the disease,Huntington’s disease is an inherited condition that causes degeneration of the brain nerve cells.The disease impacts the functional capabilities of the infected per...

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Bacterial Transformation

Bacterial TransformationsAnswer 1Bacterial transformation involves the alteration of the cell composition of a bacteria with DNA obtained from other organisms. This process can occur naturally or can be induced artificially in laboratory experiments. Bacterial transformation which normally involv...

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Essay On Water Resources

Water Resources Lake Lanier is a man made water reservoir on the Chattahoochee River in the state of Georgia. River Chattahoochee is a river that traverses Georgia, Florida and Alabama. This river provides water to three states namely; Georgia, Alabama, and Florida. There has been a conflict k...

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Advanced Horticultural Societies

Advanced Horticultural SocietiesAccording to Gorlinski, (2013) social stratification is a system of ranking individuals according to their wealth endowment, prestige, social status, and authority. It is a hierarchical structure of the society. Gorlinski further states that an individual’s positio...

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Plant Ecology Study Questions

Study Questions for Chapter 4 and Chapter 5Fox et al. 2006 define soil texture as the diametrical size of the soil particles. Soils with larger particles are more gravelly whereas those with tiny particles are more claylike. Loam soil refers to a soil type that consists of the different size part...

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Reflection Essay On The Grievance Arbitration Process

How would you characterize your experience of the simulation (e.g. enjoyable, intimidating)? Why do you feel this way about it? The arbitration hearing that I have been involved in took place in November 20th, 2015 from 8:30 a.m. I played Bobby Boss, one of the company’s witnesses in the simu...

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Leber’s Hereditary Optic Neuropathy

Leber’s hereditary optic neuropathyThe Leber’s hereditary optic neuropathy was first described as the sudden loss of vision among young men who have a history of blindness in their families. It is also referred to as Leber Optic Atrophy and known as a common form of Optic Atrophies (Chan, p.5). T...

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"The Effects Of Designer Babies On The Society"

"The effects of Designer Babies on the Society" Initially, the term designer babies were not a common term in people’s minds since it was not clear as to how a baby can be designed according to the descriptions of the parents. However, with the introduction of biotechnologies, there has been t...

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M Tor And Rapamycin

Mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR) is a protein that is naturally found in mammals’ cells, mostly in humans, and its main responsibility are the regulation of cell growth, survival of cells, motility of cells, transcription and synthesis of protein. mTOR is very crucial determinant of the rate ...

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