Zoo activity: white-handed gibbon.
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RESTING Brown vertically hanging resting with one hand holding the rail while the rest of the body rest on the bridge
Homeostasis
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There are a wide number of changes that occur in the body. If these changes do not occur and the homeostatic mechanism keeps them at a set point for example body temperature which needs to be lowered or increased as per the changes in the external environment and if this temperature is kept at a set point, the body may not be able to survive at all.
Role of Zoos in Conservation
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Tropical rainforests have very high humidity and cloud cover. As rainforests are in the intertropical convergence zone, they experience heavy rainfall, with rains being year round or seasonal depending on the forest location.
Ploidy Manipulation in Molluscs
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Polyploidy is generally not natural in fish and shellfish, both marine and freshwater species, and is induced by various methods for the benefits that accrue to such artificial culture.
Different Generations of X-ray CT
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The X-ray tube would rotate as the patient is moved around the scan field. The x-ray tubes had the highest power than prior generations.
Harms In Keeping Animals for Human Food Consumption
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According to the report proponents of animal consumption term the practice as age-old and that humans are naturally omnivorous. Objectivity and evidence ought to prevail in determining whether humankind should carry on with the practice of animal consumption. Humans should stop the habit of keeping animals for consumption.
Stem Cell Research
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Stem cells are the basic root of the existence of the multicellular organisms. These cells previously were not given enough heed to be researched upon, but recently as the world of medicine has improved research on the stem cells have become an important breakthrough. Stem cells can be embryonic stem cells and adult stem cells.
Design Experiment Ecology - Effect Of Acid Rain On Plat Growth
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Acid rain bleaches away nutrients of the plants, it adds poisonous elements which were present in the atmosphere to the soil. These substances are highly toxic to the living world and directly affects plant and other small organisms while they indirectly influence the proliferation of other organisms as well.
Yeast culture lab report
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Yeast Culture Lab. Yeast is popularly known as Saccharomyces cerevesiae, is one of the important model organisms that could be cultured under laboratory conditions. Yeasts belong to the kingdom Fungi and is categorized as the eukaryotic, unicellular micro-organism.
Constructing Profile
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This report will provide the rate of photosynthesis is affected by factors like carbon dioxide concentration, temperature, and light intensity. If two of these factors are kept constant while one of the factors is increased, the rate of photosynthesis will increase but up to certain point. The two factors will act as limiting factors.
Keeping Animals in Zoos and Aquaria
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According to the report zoos and aquaria are the worst places for keeping animals because they increase the boredom and stress levels of animals. Animals that are in captivity live a sad life because they cannot explore their surroundings to discover new things around them. Irrespective of the dangers animals can survive in their natural environment.
Flu Vaccination- Benefits and Contra-indications
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Anti-bodies are a part of a human body’s defense mechanism that fights organisms carrying the disease(Boyden, 1966). Vaccination is the process of a person taking vaccines against certain diseases. Once vaccinated, the person is said to have active immunity until the duration of the effectiveness of the vaccine.
Internet And Biotech: Two Professors Take On Two Phenomena
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Kaushik Rajan and Tiziana Terranova are university professors who have made observations about the human genome and the internet respectively. In Bio Capital: the Constitution of Postgenomic Life, Rajan explains how the human genome pro- ject developed and what its implications are for society.
Abortion and Infanticide
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As he mentioned in the very first sentences that “one is forced to conclude that these practices are normally accepted…”, in these sentences, though he uses the word force to be incorporated based.
Zoo Activity
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The morphology and behavior of white-handed gibbon With regard to its morphology, the white-handed gibbon lacks a tail and has a throat sac located beneath the chin. The average body mass for an adult is around 5.7 kilograms, and for the female it is around 5.3 kilograms.
Biochemical identification of unknown bacteria
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To investigate growth pattern of given culture in liquid media, nutrient broth was inoculated and incubated at 37°C for 24h. After incubation growth was observed visually.
Modeling an Animal Class Hierarchy by Employing UML Diagrams
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The use of UML diagrams is quintessential in adequately describing a software system. Inheritance is an object oriented concept that facilitates the reuse of code pertaining to software components. Based on earlier defined classes, newer classes can be defined to inherit attributes and operations thereby decreasing errors and promoting reuse.
Pollution in Lake Michigan
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Lake Michigan has a retention time of about a hundred years which exposes it to a number of pollution threats. Along the Lake’s basin, several activities take place which further expose the lake to pollution. According to there are about 362 pollutants that the Great Lakes are exposed to, making Lake Michigan to share the risks of the ecosystem.
Natural Selection
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lection, in my opinion, when by 1932 the classic works of Fisher, Haldane, and Wright had been published.” (3) Acceptable evidence is not forthcoming in support of other systems of evolutionary change or any other genetic system of adaptations. Thus natural selection in
Discussion 12
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The ability of the stem cells to generate the desired organ is exploited to produce new skin, heart, muscle or liver tissue. These newly formed organs could be transplanted into the person devoid of any complications associated with
Flowering Plants
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One of the identifiable properties of living things is adaptation, a property that facilitates internal sustenance of a species across generations. The degree of species’ adaptation abilities, however, differs to enhance better survival mechanisms in some species than in others.
Writing Assignment on Dopamine Transporter
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One of these covert disorders include anxiety disorder, this disorder is recognized as covert as the veterans who suffer from this disorder are hard to find and it is more of a
Final Paper on Christian Stewardship and Sustainability
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The Christian community has recently started using the term on a broader scope to define their responsibilities in matters of handling property that is in their possession as Lowenthal wrote in
ARTICLE ONE AND ARTICLE TWO
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This can be absurd for a human being as our specie has the divine spirit call motherhood to protect the off springs. A common man reading this
How the eye is suited for the purpose of converting visible light into neural activity and how visual information is then conveyed to the visual cortex
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The purpose of this research is to analyse how the eye is suited to its function of detecting light and how this light is converted to neural activity, and the information passed on to the visual
Final Paper (Natural Selection and Antibiotic Resistance)
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The offspring will inherit the advantageous mutation and the next generation of organisms will have an improved chance of surviving to produce offspring. Mutation is the natural
Describe the importance of angiogenesis for the development and treatment of cancer.
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The fresh blood develop via a process called angiogenesis. Angiogenesis is synchronized by both activator and the inhibitor
Does the Changing the color of light will affect the rate of photosynthesis?
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The control variable used was white light on the plant while green and blue light were the dependent variables. White light contains seven colors inclusive of blue and green, hence their dependency. White light was expected to
PTC PAPER
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This is because humans can extricate the different types of taste; bitter, sour, as well as monosodium glutamate taste. The PTC tests are innocuous and very easy to interpret since bitterness is what is always tested. Recognition of taste
transport of gas
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Therefore, at low partial pressures the oxygen saturation for the fetal hemoglobin is higher than the maternal hemoglobin facilitating transfer of oxygen to the fetus (Sherwood, 2015, p. 76). Moreover, the P50 value of the fetal
Viuses are Non-living particles
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For instance, viruses can always lead to several diseases (Shors, 23). It is of critical significance to highlight that due to the nature of viruses, it is very difficult to kill them. This informs the reasoning behind several communicable diseases
Should we give tax breaks to companies developing drugs for rare diseases?
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Which is why the government should offer taxpayer support for the research and development of these drugs. Pretending the illness does not exist, will not magically create a
Interconnectivity of organ systems
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However, individual body organs perform specific functions that are only permitted by their designs, components, their structures, and the substances they secrete and. For instance, while the heart pumps blood to and
Endangered African Penguin
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s islands off the cost of Southwestern Africa are native to this species and often these islands are known as Penguin islands (New England Aquarium, 2012). The penguin species are known to eat small fishes especially mackerel, sardines, anchovies and pilchard. Besides they
Describe how you would distinguish between the chronic forms of leukemia. The answer should include difference in presenting features of the patient, the prognosis and treatment.
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Based on cell-type, leukemia is classified as myeloid or lymphocytic while acute and chronic categories refer to classification by chronicity of the
Te Uku - wind farm project
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The Te Uku wind farm was a joint project between Meridian Energy and WELS Networks Ltd., which is the community trust-owned electricity lines company. It was
Cell Chemistry (mod 2 SLP)
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Dead plants and animals collect on the ocean floor together with other particles including sand and silt that have been washed off the land to successive layers of thick sediments. Depth of the
Anatomy and Physiology 1
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In order for muscle to contract, energy is needed and ATP is the major source. Muscles need a continuous supply of ATP to contract. The aerobic system, the glycogen-lactic acid system and the phosphagen are metabolic systems responsible for supplying ATP
Human Physiology Essay - "The choices we make: does diet play a role in combating lifestyle diseases?"
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Lifestyle and healthy behaviours are changing at a stunning speed today. Unhealthy lifestyle choices include improper diet, smoking, alcohol, inactivity etc. Certain biological factors like hypertension,
LABORATORY EXERCISE 6 Enzyme activity
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Enzymes increase the rates of these reactions by lowering the activation energy of the reactions. Activation energy can be described as the least amount of energy that is needed for reacting substances to go through a reaction. An enzymatic
Anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties of Lavandula angustifolia
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The author was determining the analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties of lavender angustifolia by testing the hydroalcoholic extract, polyphenolic fraction and essential oil of the leaves. The standard method, which has been adopted by the author, was the gas chromatography with mass spectrometry (GC/MS).
Comparison of Communication and Cognitive Abilities of the Bottle-Nosed Dolphin vs. the Chimpanzee
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Investigating the extent of consciousness in animal species is a critical scientific issue. The research seeks to identify productive research tests used on each species and whether there are any special testing concerns arising because of environmental factors. Books, scientific journals and the internet will be consulted throughout the research period.
Blood Groups and Rh Factor Incompatibility
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When both A & B antigens are found on the surface of blood cells the blood group thus described is AB and the absence of any
AIDS and HIV virus
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The HIV virus transforms itself and enters the human Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) and this leads to it being an obstacle to development of an antiviral agent that can lead to its
Processing of Pre-MicroRNA to MicroRNA
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In normal biological development, microRNA expression is under snug control by two mechanisms, that is, transcriptional and post-transcriptional. This paper discusses the processing of pre-MicroRNA into MicroRNA. For
Reproduction
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Mammalian studies suggest that “neurohypophysical oxytocin plays a role in the expulsive phase” (Blanks & Thornton, 2003) and also initiates parturition. All throughout pregnancy, progesterone plays an important role in sustaining it; however at the end of
photosynthesis, respiration, and enzymes
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To take the hydrogen out of the water, the plant has to build glucose molecules and uses the energy from the sun to break the water and take the hydrogen and in the process releases oxygen into the air. They electrons taken from
M.boivs between bafflo in canada
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Herding and hunting buffalo in Canada is very common, yet there is a severe disease that plagues the wild and commercially raised buffalo population. The fact that raises
Leopards and Humans Conflict in india
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Most of the Indians residing close to protected regions practice agriculture whereby they rear livestock and grow crops. The reason why people residing close to protected regions practice agriculture is due to the high amount of
Anatomy homework
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This signaling helps in regulation of gene expression (Cooper 1). The cAMP is also known as a second messenger and protein phosphorylation. Its role is to activate the protein kinase A (PKA). The cAMp is derived from ATP by action of
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