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The Effects of Temp & PH on Enzymes
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...amylase that was labeled A, B or C. The tube with enzyme was kept on ice. Each group performed part 1 and 2 of the experiment. Part 1: The effect of temperature on -amylase Activity. First, -amylase preparation C was recorded and then one test tube was labeled "blank" and five others as 40C, 230C, 370C, 650C and 1000C. 1ml of 1% starch solution at pH 7 was added to each test tube, whereby the starch was the substrate for the reaction. Each tube was placed in a water bath that was set as one of the indicated temperatures. The blank and the 230C were placed at room temperatures while the 40C on ice. All the tubes were allowed to equilibrate to the desired temperatures for ten minutes... College: The...
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Biology lap report
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...Activity of Amylase” Enzymes are biological catalysts, that are present in the body to carryout various metabolic activities. They are basically made up of protein molecules which are very sensitive to temperature fluctuations in the surrounding where they accomplish biological reactions. Our daily diet encompasses great quantity of starch. Hydrolysis of starch is executed by amylase, an enzyme that acts on starch to break it down into maltose, maltriose, short oligosaccharides. This paper determines the enzymatic activity of amylase over a range of temperature and thus brings a close look on the optimal temperature for amylase activities... A Study to Examine the Effect of Temperature on Enzymatic...
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Enzyme Amylase Lab Report
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...activity This experiment aimed to prove that the activity of amylase is affected by parameters such as temperature, pH and concentration. It measured how changing levels of the parameters led to changes in enzyme activity. It proved that high enzyme concentrations and optimum pH levels and temperatures increased enzyme activity. Introduction: Amylase is an enzyme that helps in breaking down starch to form sugars such as maltose and glucose. In human beings it is found in the saliva. An enzyme is a protein-based catalyst that raises the reaction rate of a reaction by lowering the activation energy needed for that reaction... . It is not used up in the process. It is hypothesized that the enzyme...
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Enzymes Lab Report
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...Amylase Activity Experiment on Factors Affecting Enzyme Amylase Activity In this experiment, the enzyme amylase was used. It was responsible for starch hydrolysis. A sample of starch was hydrolyzed in the presence of amylase, to shorter polysaccharides, glucose, maltose and dextrins. The extent of hydrolysis was based on the time of reaction. The product is glucose if starch was completely hydrolyzed. The absence or presence of starch in the solutions was tested using iodine. Iodine never reacts with glucose, instead, forms a blue to black complex with starch. Following addition of iodine to a solution of glucose, the only color observed was red or yellow (iodine color... ). Therefore, the...
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Explain the structure of enzymes and discuss their role in metabolic reactions
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...Amylase: For this particular study, amylase has been selected, which is an enzyme available in the human body. The amylase enables the digestion of carbohydrates in the body. The pancreas and the glands that are generally responsible for the creation of saliva are also responsible for the production of amylases. With the inflammation of the pancreas, the amylases get released in the blood within the body (Amylase – blood, 2012). The amylases produced in the pancreas enable conversion of polysaccharides into disaccharide maltose. It is found in its active form. This is primarily because the secretory cells are not endangered when the amylases are in their active forms... Structure of Enzymes and Their...
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Temperature Effect
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...amylase hyrdolysis is applied to the fungial amylase type. The second obvious scenario occurs when the amylayse hydrolysis is applied ot bacteriall amylase. Evidently, the findings clearly prove temperature levels significantly affect both the Amylase Hydrolysis of both Fungial Aspergillus_Oryzae and Bacterial Bacillus_Lichenifornis at Different Time Periods. Furthermore, enzyme study has real world benefits. Enzymes help move humans successfully accomplish their daily activities. Daily activities include walking, eating, running, driving cars,and playing basketball. Enzymes help human muscles move... Effect of Temperature on Amylase Hydrolysis of both Fungial...
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Microbes and Us
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...amylase activity converts starch into maltose and maltodextrins. The α-amylases... MICROBES AND US Rumen Bacteria: Prevotella ruminicola TAXONOMY Prevotella ruminicola Synonym Bacteroides ruminicola Lineage: Domain Bacteria Phylum Bacteriodetes Class Bacteroidia Order Bacteroidales Family Prevotellaceae Genus Prevotella Species ruminicola (HAMAP) MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS P. ruminicola are Gram-negative non motile rods (0.8-1 by 0.8-30). They are either pleomorphic or coccobacilli with slightly tapered and rounded ends (Hobson and Stewart, 15). Cells are usually encapsulated, arranged as singles or in pairs. Colonies on the surface of cultures appear smooth, entire, convex, opaque and light buff co...
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A harmful impact of acid rain
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...amylase, in a latosol and concluded that acid rain had adverse environmental impacts on soil enzyme activities in the latosol Latosol is an acidic red soil and forms in the tropical rainforest biome. In general, the catalase, acid phosphatase, and urease activities increased... Acid Rain “Acid rain is a worldwide environmental issue that has seriously destroyed forest ecosystems” (Liu et al). When rain waterconsists of excessive acid content, we call it as acid rain. The development of industries, power plants and the increased use of automobiles have polluted the atmosphere immensely and as a result of that the normal structure of the atmosphere has been changed a lot. Nitrogen compounds and Sulfur...
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Acid Rain
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...amylase, in a latosol and concluded that acid rain had adverse environmental impacts on soil enzyme activities in the latosol Latosol is an acidic red soil and forms in the tropical rainforest biome. In general, the catalase, acid... Acid Rain “Acid rain is a worldwide environmental issue that has seriously destroyed forest ecosystems” (Liu et al). When rain water consists of excessive acid content, we call it as acid rain. The development of industries, power plants and the increased use of automobiles have polluted the atmosphere immensely and as a result of that the normal structure of the atmosphere has been changed a lot. Nitrogen compounds and Sulfur oxides are some of the major gases which are...
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Enzymes
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...amylase is a major digestive enzyme in animals. It is said to operate faster than its isomers (i.e. beta and gamma- amylase). In beta-amylase, the catalytic activity yields sweetness in any given apparatus, such as fruit. Bacteria, Fungi, and plants synthesize this type of enzyme. It usually present in cereals containing malt. Microbes utilize this enzyme to break down Animals do not possess this type of enzyme although many mutualistic organisms that reside within the animal (e.g., micro organisms within the digestive track.) may possess it. Furthermore, Gamma-amylase continues the decomposition of starch after alpha-amylase molecules disappear or worn away inept to finish the job...
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Assessment of Lipase Activity in Pancreatic Extracts
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...ACTIVITY IN PANCREATIC EXTRACTS Introduction: The food that we take in is first broken down by the salivary amylase. The food is then chewed and swallowed and travels to the stomach. In the stomach, the fat separates from the other components in the aqueous environment and floats on the top of the medium. The fat globules do not mix with the stomach fluids. The fat globules are not digested in the stomach and they move into the small intestine. The floating immiscible fat molecules are digested with the help of the emulsifier bile. Bile is an amphiphilic molecule. (Sizer, Piche and Whitney 2011). It binds the fat molecules on one end and the watery compounds on the other end... ? ASSESSMENT OF LIPASE...
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Activity
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...activity 1 The organization under study involves itself with supplying customized sporting kits to schools. These include games kits and shoes whereby it will take advantage of the available market in schools and specialized clubs. Marketing strategies employed by the firm embrace word of mouth by the salespersons, staff and advertisements on billboards. Current customers perceive the firm’s products to be of high quality but there are complaints regarding delayed deliveries and sometimes costs being too high. Due to the customized condition of the supplied merchandise, these unique products highly impressed large pool of clientele. 1.2. Source information for the outlined table... Assessment...
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IB Biology Substrate Specificity of Digestive Enzymes Planning Investigation
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...Amylase 2. Introduction: Enzymes are a biological catalyst which helps in increase the rate of reaction and thus accelerate the conversion of reactant to product in given reaction. Increase in the rate of reaction in mainly due to decrease in the activation energy by formation of enzyme-substrate complex which is energetically favorable compared to the substrate alone. Most of the enzymes are proteins with some exceptions of RNA enzymes known as ribozymes. Substrate specificity of an enzyme is one of the primary requirements for effective catalysis since at a given time, there will be thousands... 1. Aim: Investigation on substrate specifi and control variable of an enzyme using digestive enzyme Amylase...
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Digestion Lab Protocol
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...amylase is it directly proportional to the color change it produces in the solution. Thus a reddish orange indicates good efficiency Had it been green or yellow, indicates that the enzyme is old, lost activity or not stored properly provided the substrate is consistent. Cellulose is NOT digested by humans. The appendix initially harboured bacteria which aided in fermentation of cellulytic sugars. Over the course of evolution, appendix has become vestigial as reliance on meat increased and any ingested cellulose is passed out as faeces. Experiment 5: Thus the color changed from lilac to pink progressively as the vinegar was added. On addition of sodium...
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Physical Activity
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...Activity Physical Activity The purpose of the article “Physical Activity is Associated with Percent Body Fat and Body Composition but not Body Mass Index in White and Black College Students” is to determine the relationship between the Physical Activity (PA) with the Body Mass Index (BMI) and the body composition of white and black college students (Zanovec, Lakkakula, Johnson, & Turri, 2009). The study conducted also aims to establish whether the body composition is affected by gender and race. The importance of physical activity in a person’s body composition is to be ascertained in this study. 2. This journal was helpful because it shows that the BMI is not a good measure of determining...
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Enzyme Activity
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...Activity Introduction In this paper the studies relating enzyme activity are considered. Different contexts regarding the activity of enzymes in pathogens, muscles and those affecting the critically ill patients are discussed from the findings of different studies. The enzyme activities that enhance muscle activities help in existence of pathogens and production and destruction of free radicals are discussed. The study of the activities of enzymes that help in existence of pathogens can help in developing the drugs, which decrease that activity and thus play an active role in preventing the pathogenical activities. The enzyme activities that play a major role in conversion... Investigation of Enzyme...
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Fireground Activity
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...activity, whether formally or informally. What are the advantages and disadvantagesof both the informal post fire discussion and the more formal postfire conference The informal post fire discussion has both advantages and disadvantages. First, when discussing the fire after it has been handled, some of the concepts and opinions about the fire may be too new, or lacking the proper ability to back up certain theories. People tend to make assumptions quickly, and just because there are assumptions, it does not necessarily mean that the assumptions do fit the facts of why the fire started. However, the informal discussion does allow... Postfire discussions can be an important aspect of any fireground...
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B. Activity
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...activity of sharing views or opinions. This way, I would be able to figure out how different Nora is compared to the rest of her classmates in terms of the level of creativity, resourcefulness, and especially the manner by which she expresses herself as well as the content of all her responses. Her degree of responsiveness on certain issues discussed would aid me in detecting an aspect of her conflict. Moreover, I would continue to keep in touch with Nora’s friend in private for updates and probably ask how Nora is coping with her concerns at home or any parts of the community beyond school. I think... What would you do to address the situation? Who would you communicate with outside of the room? Where ...
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Cultural Activity
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...ACTIVITY Cultural Activity: Renaissance Painting Exhibit Word Count 500 (6 pages) Introduction Recently, during this February, the decision was made to go see a Renaissance art exhibit at a local museum. The theme was about Italian Renaissance painters, so the artwork replicas that were analyzed were the following, which will be linked to today’s artistic expressions in some capacity: Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa; Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper; and Michelangelo’s The Creation of Adam. This was a very exciting cultural activity for me to participate in, since going to Italy was a dream of mine. The real paintings were not on display, so we had to settle for looking at replicas... CULTURAL...
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Memory Activity
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...Activity LIST A LIST B dec fig 238 444 bih lay 902 609 sor dip 749 333 lep sat 387 719 kit nim 776 129 bum pok 541 305 dip cor 659 121 dak for 233 097... Activity LIST A LIST B dec ...
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Zoo Activity
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...Activity The major evolutionary trends that have distinguished primates such as white-handed gibbon, gorilla and bolivian grey titi monkey and their generalised form came due to their adaptation to arboreal life. Although the other placental mammals had a tendency to live in grasslands, marine and other environments, the adaptive niche for the primates was trees. According to the arboreal hypothesis, this provided numerous challenges and opportunities such as depth perception and binocular vision, climbing by utilising prehensile hands and feet instead of claws, varied diet resulted to omnivorous adaptation and longer life span, increased their intelligence and more elaborate social system... Zoo...
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Advocacy activity
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...Activity “Twentieth-century America is well known for being a highly litigious society. Even so, there had never been a disease that provoked as much litigation as HIV/ AIDS” Gostin, 2004: 4 Introduction: Individuals and communities today face a growing need to assess the outcomes of their endeavors to bring about a significant change in the society. In order to succeed in this task, documenting the changes taking place in terms of legislations and policies, as a tool of social change is hence inevitable. Policy change is one of the greatest foundations, and a highly recommended approach to address the unique challenges faced by the society. The rapidly changing dynamics of the political... ?Advocacy...
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Diversity Activity
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...Activity Task: Diversity Activity Rationale for Activity Middle school curriculum plays an exceptionally essential role in cognitive development of learners. Given its vitality, diversity promotion plays a core role in engaging students in activities that promote togetherness, group work and knowledge sharing (Casas, 2010). Chain of diversity activity is an effective way to ensures diversity in middle school education. Ensuring diversity in learning in middle school enhances the nurturing of tolerance among students, as well. Description of Activity The chain of diversity activity is useful in ensuring middle school students appreciate the differences that they may have because of cultural... Diversity...
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Supporting Activity
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...Activity Supporting Activity The information technology systems of businesses today are greatly impacted by the latest trends such as mobile computing, Web 2.0 and social media. Mobile computing is “a generic term used to refer to a variety of devices that allow people to access data and information from wherever they are” (Bucki, n.d.). Nowadays, having no cellular phone or a laptop would render one ineffective in doing business. There is a growing trend of work-from-home employees because of mobile computing. One can run a business with just his laptop, smartphone or tablet beside him. Mobile computing has resulted in a marked increase in productivity of employees because... Activity Supporting...
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Appraisal Activity
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...Activity Appraisal Activity Appraisal activity is mainly concerned with the evaluation of the job performance of an employee. Employees should always perform duties in a legal and ethical manner. Legal responsibility means the ability to comply with the laws, while ethical responsibility concerns individual actions that can be assessed as right or wrong. This paper will review an article from the NRO Research Article Library. It will concentrate on the legal and ethical issues that are adhered to in the article “Characteristics of Anti-tuberculosis Medication Adherence in south Africa” (McInerney, 2007). Availability of medical care Tuberculosis has been a paramount concern in South Africa... Appraisal...
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Class activity
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...Activity Precede-Proceed Stages PRECEDE Stage Social Assessment Questions Why students smoke? Why students consume junk food Should the school become smoke-free? Data sources Questionnaire surveys and interviews with the students and faculty members Possible health problems Mouth cancer Lung cancer Obesity Intervention strategies Medical checkup of smoking students Behavioral therapy Education and training Stage 2: Epidemiological Assessment Questions How many students smoke? How many students started smoking at school? How many students are obese? Data sources Questionnaire surveys and interviews with the students and faculty members Intervention strategies Psychological counseling Anti... 26 October...
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Supporting Activity
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...Activity Affiliation: System acquisition entails critical decision making in relation to the most appropriate and effective systems. The idea is to enhance performance in the relevant fields where the acquired systems are employed (Kaplan, 2008). Acquiring systems is a process that entails a number of aspects, all of which inform the outcome of system acquisition. In the process of acquiring systems, a number of issues are experienced. Among these issues are procurement and cost of acquiring systems, and the primary purpose of acquisition. Procurement is a major issue since it influences all other variables that follow system acquisition. The process is complemented by the cost factor... Supporting...
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Activity Report
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...Activity Report The information management system aims at providing an efficient way to develop a database for the organization training activities. Investing in information technology systems today is one of the most effective ways of stimulating efficiency in corporate firms. This project takes care of the economical, technical aspects and challenges of implementing a new system (Smith, David, Kelly, and Nowacki 29). To begin with, the project will require only 11 members of the technical staff to implement. This will ensure that the project remains cost effective to avoid excessive resource use. Time is an important aspect of any project as it dictates...
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Radio activity
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...activity has a Gaussian distribution, bar graphs were plotted for 16 coins that were used to perform fifty trial to get 2 or 0 coins left. This experiment... Radioactivity by means of a Coin Model Radioactivity, an invisible decay process that occurs in the nucleus of unstable atoms was modeled using coins. 200 coins were tossed, and those that landed heads up were assumed to have decayed and, therefore, they were separated, counted and recorded on a table. Graphs illustrating the exponential decay nature of radioactive parent nucleus was plotted. In addition, the accumulative nature of daughter nucleus was illustrated on a chart. Further, to demonstrate that data obtained from tossing of coins activity ...
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Group Activity
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...activity the eye is involved in, how it moves and the kind of movement that it is involved in so that the information can be used for one use or another. The data is collected through a tracker that can be mounted on the head or one that can be mounted on a computer which will include a source of light and a camera to record. The light is emitted by the equipment normally in infrared kind and is mainly it is aimed inside the eye and the camera monitors and records the reflection that is created by the light source and also looks at how pupils will be behaving as this goes on. The inferences... Lecturer: Topic: Eye Tracking Technology Introduction Eye tracking is the determination of how much activity...
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Planning Activity
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...ACTIVITY By: of the PART I: The job position I have selected is of a Production manager in Dairy plant department of the food processing company. My position in the firm is of over-heading the production function of dairy products including Milk, Cheese and Butter. I head the operations division dealing with the procurement, production and packaging of each of these products produced in the factory. I stand to report to the Operations head of the firm. The job requirements include a basic degree in dairy sciences from college. JOB REQUIREMENT MATRIX: Task Statement: The task is an important function. I have to plan, put in order the procurement of raw materials, and oversee the production...
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Rubric Activity
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...activity chosen for elementary school children. This method employs pictorial representations, or rough outline resembling exactly or at least a guessable one to make the children remember and recollect what they have learned, and to make them realize how this method would help them in understanding the subject taken for learning. The objective of this learning activity is to bring out the total learning ability and this will be effective even at the time of revising. The expected objectives are that students should never lose interest in reading habit... Learning Assessment Rubric Determining a Learning Assessment for Elementary School Learning, through picture representation. This is the learning...
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Activity Evaluation
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...Activity Evaluation Number Method Activity evaluation in our instance simply de s a systematic gathering, analysis and reporting of data concerning our on-going health education activity. Evaluation of health (education) activities, as the one previously implemented in the community, is beneficial in numerous different ways. Evaluation, which is done after a certain time following implementation, helps in ascertaining how well objectives of the program are being met and to what extent the set goals and objectives are being realized. Furthermore, activity evaluations are handy in determining whether the...
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Thought Activity:
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...Activity: The International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) has come up with the new framework of reporting. Clearly, this new form of reporting called Integrated Reporting (IR) takes a holistic approach towards the whole process of corporate reporting. It seems to me that IR takes into account different aspects of an organization like capitals, business model of the organization and the creation of value over time. When it considers capital it does not take capital as conventional financial accounting does; it considers other non-tangible capitals like ‘intellectual capital’, ‘human capital’, ‘social relationship capital’ and ‘natural capital’ along with financial and manufactured... ?Thought...
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Volunteer activity
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...activity of a similar kind once again.... As an environmental science I realized that most of environmental issues affecting our ecosystem today are as a result of people trying to find suitable solutions that are short term to improve their environment. Consideration is not given to the long term. I thought it could be wise enough when attempts are focused on long term solution to these environmental issues to ensure safe and accommodative environment for each and every one of us. The fewer fortunes are not favoured by the advanced technology as a way of providing a suitable environment as it does to the well to do families. For this reason, continued pollution of an environment aims at altering...
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Networking Activity
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...activity was a success. This is mostly because to make a new friend on her, and also learn on some issues touching on human resource management. This is an important contact that I made, because in future, she may advice me on how to get a good job.... The person that I meet with was Tawni Cranz, who is the Chief Talent Officer at Netflix. Netflix isa company responsible for the production of internet streaming media in North and South America, and parts of Europe. Therefore, this was a very important person that I meet. The person, who introduced me to Tawni Cranz, is a distant cousin of mine, who works at Netflix. My cousin is one of the middle managers at the organization, and I was attending a...
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Class Activity
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...activity was held inside the room. The teacher, who was the team leader, instructed the students to form groups according to the Belbin roles and each role had to be present in a group to make it function properly. The purpose of the activity is to assess the competencies per course guide, as well as understand the different models and theories to be applied in real life situation. The team leader instructed the group to make a strong and stable tower using only 3 materials: straws, sticky tape and scissors. The construction of the towers began as soon as they materials were given. After the construction... of the team. There are various criteria and steps that are presented in this...
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Training Activity
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...Activity Program 1 – General Staff The general staff needs to be trained to follow the policies and procedures of the new company, Massive Computers. Each organization has a different culture and the new company’s culture and way of doing things must be communicated across to the employees so that they may adjust to the new environment and feel a part of the group. Of course, the new management needs to filter out candidates who they feel are not going to be part of the new regime. These employees can be made redundant based on age, qualifications... ?TNA Massive Computer, after taking over ABC Computers, will have always brought on their culture to the organization. Employees of ABC computers will find...
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Resarch activity
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...activity WRT102 - Research Activity Part One This is the first part of the research activity. We shall focusattention on Kate Chopin’s “the storm”. This is a short story authored in the year 1898 by this author who was a feminist. She is ranked as being among the initial female writers who established writing about the liberation of women. She has several literary works to her name. In most cases, her works consist of themes like physical sufferings of female community members. She has literally aired issues regarding women’s subjugation and oppression in both sexual and spiritual fronts (Chopin 76). “The storm” contains some ideas related to our current study. Kate Chopin lived... College Research...
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Advocacy activity
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...activity: House Bill No. 1533, Abortion inducing drugs Advocacy activity: House Bill No. 1533, Abortion inducing drugs Institution Date Advocacy activity: House Bill No. 1533, Abortion inducing drugs A synopsis of the bill The Abortion inducing drugs bill is still in the first house committee. This bill specifies that only those physicians who meet the given conditions are able to administer an abortion inducing drug to a pregnant woman. The bill also sets all the procedures to be followed by the physician. The bill also requires a physician to report any noticed adverse effects of using the abortion inducing drugs to the Food and Drug Administration and the medical licensing... Running Head: Advocacy...
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Supporting Activity
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...Activity Affiliation: Why it is important to protect the information organizations use today? Information whether it is in digital form or not is important to the owner and hence protecting it from unauthorized access is the most important thing in an organization today and has been important ever since time immemorial. There are several reasons why protecting information in this current era is important including prevention from destruction, unauthorized access, hacking and inspection among others (Whitman and Mattord, 2011). One of the greatest reasons is because organizations are saving all their information online and in digitalized form. With the influx of computer hackers... Activity Affiliation:...
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Philanthropic activity
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...activity and donated to the pinwheel in support of the fight against child abuse in the country. The event’s goal is raising awareness of the prevalent facts about child abuse, where approximately 16 percent of boys and twenty five percent of girls are abused, and only one in ten ever reports. 95% of the abused children know their perpetrator, which results in mental instability (Pipe 1). The event falls on the National Child Abuse Awareness month, and its venue... Philanthropy: The Pinwheels Event The Pinwheels Event aims at fighting child abuse in the United s. The event encompasses pinwheel donations, where each pinwheel represents a reported child abuse case in the country. In participated in the...
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Class activity
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...Activities Activity 2: Sexual Harrassment As the Director of Training, I think the issue that must be addressed here is to determine the reasons why the executives refuse the training. I believe that they reject the idea of the training due to the negative connotations of “sexual harassment”. Sexual harassment must be clearly defined to the executives. Educate them on the different types and forms of sexual harassment so as not to confine their idea that sexual harassment pertains only to acts of lasciviousness or the like. In addition, I must help the executives realize that there are laws that have been passed prohibiting sexual harassment in the...
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Activity 4
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...Activity 4 Responses Question Many of the problems within the field of disability are very difficult to resolve especially because the professionals from within the field all come from different backgrounds and training. It is difficult for someone of one perspective to understand the views of another perspective because these professionals are completely engrained in their particular area of emphasis. They have been trained in a way that allows them to view issues from a certain point-of-view or theoretical base. In addition, each professional has had a different experience practicing in the disability field and many individuals have developed their own beliefs and opinions based... 4 Responses...
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...Activity The first website that is selected for this paper is Argentina’s website, which displays the cultural values of the country. Argentina is located in South America. The name of the website is “Argentina – Official Promotion Portal for Argentina”. Its internet address is “http://www.en.argentina.ar/”. The website is quite interesting as it provides all the details of the country at one place. It gives details about tourism, culture, business and economy, sports, science and education and the country as a whole. The website informs about foods, language, religion, customs, traditions, and many other aspects of the country. The site is a full portal and while visiting... Topic: Teacher: Internet...
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Enzymatic Activity
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...activation energy needed for a chemical reaction to take place. Above are the main materials used in this experiment where the main method is experimenting for data collection and analysis. The purpose of the above named experiment... to the many proteins employed by the human body and used to help in breaking down hydrogen peroxide into oxygen and water through lowering the reaction activation energy. The very substance in subject accelerates chemical reactions but permanently changes or gets used up in the process. It has not yet been proven whether both the liver and the potato contain any Catalase in them. The hypothesis was supported because the liver is a meat while...
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Enzymes activity
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...activation energy thereforereaching the steady state more rapidly. Enzyme activity is affected by temperature, pH and substrate concentration. Inhibitors also affect working of enzyme by competitively, non-competitively and mixed reaction. Method: a calibration graph that had been previously prepared was used. A Line-weaver Burk was plotted with reciprocal of substrate plotted against reciprocal of reaction rate was made to determine Vmax and Km values of three sets of reactions. The three... Lab report: Enzyme kinetics of inhibition al affiliation Background information: Enzyme catalyze reactions in the humanbody by converting substrates into products. They increase the reaction rate by lowering the...
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PH Indicators
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...Amylase is used in starch hydrolysis. Now gluco-amylase functions at pH 4.5 whereas fungal amylase at pH 5.5. Lactose hydrolysis is carried out by lactase for Aspergillus niger and A.oryzae at pH optima (pH 4.5-6.0 and 3.0-4.0, respectively) 2. Is the example you've located better suited to the use of pH indicators and their somewhat imprecise measurement, or better suited to a pH meter Enzyme industry would better employ a pH... pH Indicators Report Form Part I: Acidic Indicators Complete the following Tables. - Remember the mean molar concentrations. An easy way to calculate concentration after dilution is M1V1 = M2V2 Indicator: Bromothymol Blue Test Tube Color After Adding the Indicator [H+] pH 1 ...
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Human Digestion
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...activity of the gut bacteria producing vitamin K and various gases. No further digestion of food takes place in large intestine (Insel, Ross, McMahon, & Bernstein, 2014). Carbohydrates are digested by the enzymes amylase and glucosidases, which break the carbohydrates into monosaccharides. The disaccharidases are present in the brush border of the small intestine aiding in their conversion to monosaccharides. Lipids are digested by lipases such as cholestrol esterases, phospholipases A2 and pancreatic lipases (Boland, Golding, & Singh, 2014). References Boland, M., Golding, M., & Singh, H. (2014). Food Structures, Digestion and Health. S.I.: Elsevier...
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Activity-Based-Costing
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...Activity-Based-Costing Question (a) Market analysis Annual cost 050,000 Estimated drivers; 15,000 hrs. Activity-based rate 1,050,000/15,000 = $ 70 per hour Product design Annual cost for product design; $ 2,350,000 Number of designs done annually; 2,500 designs Activity-based rate 2,350,000/2,500= $ 940 per product design Product development Annual cost for product development= $ 3,600,000 Number of products developed annually; 90 products Activity-based rate 3,600,000/90 =$ 40,000 per product development Prototype design Annual cost for prototype test = $ 1,400,000 Annual number of tests= 500...
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