Engineering - Anaerobic Digestion
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ANAEROBIC DIGESTION Name Class: Lecturer: Institution: Address: Date: Anaerobic Digestion Introduction Energy is a requirement for every living thing. It can be found in many forms, some in their primary state and others are converted into secondary resources for easier use.… Leading in the Go Green, campaign is biogas. Biogas is defined as a mixture of carbon…
Estimation of Anaerobic Power and Demonstration of Blood Lactate Testing
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This research is being carried out to evaluate and present the estimation of anaerobic power and demonstration of blood lactate testing. The Wingate test used for determination of anaerobic power of the lower limb during physical exercise.… This research will begin with the definition of the anaerobic power as an expression used for the maximal exercise up to…
Nitrogen removal from wastewater using anaerobic ammonium oxidation (Anammox) process
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Anaerobic Ammonium Oxidation, also referred to as ANAMMOX is a new and revolutionary nitrogen cycle whereby NH4+ oxidation is coupled to the reduction of NO2- to produce N2. The very first discovery of ANAMMOX happened in a wastewater treatment plant back in the year 1995… Generally, this bacterial can be found almost everywhere. Findings have shown that the…
Anaerobic capacity/power endurance and fatigue index using a repeated jump test on a force platform
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The mean power across the four blocks exhibited a gradual reduction from the value in the second block to the fourth block. Block 1 value was not considered because it contained the lowest values recorded during the test. The mean jump height was directly proportional top the… 26). 3. The jump test is most suitable for athletes whose main activity involves a…
The Krebs Cycle And Its relationship to Aerobic and Anaerobic Metabolism & Acid base balance
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The process involved in the production of cellular energy was defined by Hans A. Krebs in the year 1937. He proposed that the production of cellular energy is association with a… This proves that the Krebs cycle occurs in the oxidation of fats. It was later found by Krebs that the citric acid cycles is not limited to animal cells but it takes place is almost…
Technologies for Treating Hazardous Waste
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Due to the vast manufacture of different products and the use of different naturally occurring materials and chemical, it is inevitable to have wastes as byproducts, thus, waste management including storage and disposal of hazardous chemical and material is of utmost importance.… Included in the technologies and methods presently applied to handle liquid…
Respiration and Photosynthesis Cycle
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The two forms of respiration include aerobic respiration and anaerobic respiration. Aerobic respiration uses oxygen while anaerobic respiration takes place in the… Aerobic respiration results to release of a lot of energy, approximately 38 molecules of ATP whereas anaerobic respiration leads to production of less energy (Jerome, 2008). In the process of…
Metabolic Changes
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Instructor Metabolic Changes Physical exercises, whether high-intensity or low intensity, affect the metabolic system of an individual. In line with this, metabolic changes take place in order to accommodate the demands of the body during exercises.… First, the expose elucidates on the cardiovascular and respiratory changes that take place in the body during…
Metabolic Changes
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In line with this, metabolic changes take place in order to accommodate the demands of the body during exercises. While doing this, there are metabolic requirements that a… While discussing these changes, the expose will analyze the reasons why these changes take place. A discussion on metabolic changes will not be complete without a discussion on aerobic and…
Microbial Physiology
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Glucose is preferred over lactose for growth and metabolism, as it is clearly indicated in data the activity of -galactosidase induced after 10 h of growth. At this time -galactosidase will cleaved lactose to make glucose. E.coli prefers glucose over lactose and start utilizing glucose in initial stage.… This lag phase needed for organism to switch over to new…
Exercise Psychology Assignment
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Exercise Psychology 1. The heart pumps oxygen around the body in a variety of ways. The cardiovascular system is responsible for delivering oxygen and nutrients throughout the body. It’s noted that, “the heart is the pump of the cardiovascular system” and that “it consists of two main pumping chambers, the ventricles, and atria” (‘What is Exercise’, p.…
Biology BSc third year biotech project; Manipulating Biomass and PHA Production in batch and continuous cultures of Paracoccus denitrificans
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In addition if we take the square root of the regression, we find that the correlation coefficient is almost 1, indicating that as 1/S increases 1/V also increases. From the Graph,… This proves that the product formation is dependent on the substrate concentration. The concentration of the protein present in the given culture was determined using the…
Cellular Respiration II review packet - General Biology I
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When fermentation occurs in a sealed container, it means that there is no supply of oxygen and the process will be anaerobic. The substance produced under this condition is the lactic acid that traps the bubbles. 5. Fermentation is more than glycolysis in the sense that it… 1. Interference of interruption of processes of cellular muscles can lead to twitting…
Challenge of treatment low to medium strength municipal wastewater from ambient to low temperature by using UASB reactors
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CHALLENGE OF TREATMENT LOW TO MEDIUM STRENGTH MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER FROM AMBIENT TO LOW TEMPERATURE BY USING UASB REACTORS Course code+ Name Professor Institution Date Literature Reviews 2001. Intergrated anaerobic treatment. Belgium. This book describes wastewater and sewage treatment in the Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB) digester.… A, Boncz 2001,…
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Exercise is among one of the factors used as requlation mechanism for elevated blood pressure, it keeps both the blood glucose, and cholesterol… Cardio-respiratory exercise engages and relies on the type of exercise, period, concentration and the speed. Examples of aerobic training activities are swimming, basketball, running among others while weightlifting…
Article about increase of heart rate after doing pushups
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The intensity of pushups is guided towards certain muscles such as triceps, arms, chest and shoulders. When performing pushups the heart rate increases because of increase in blood pressure and… This movement is done at a low speed. The speed of the pushups does not increase heart rate but the amount of strength and stress placed on core muscles. When this is…
QUESTIONS FOR AN EXAM
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The chromosome mutations result when the genetic information is altered during the critical phases of fertilization that can be fatal or have negative influences on the resulting organism. Chromosome mutations can be caused by deletion of gene that will cause some genes to be… The less dangerous amongst all these kinds of mutations is duplication of gene as it…
Physiological Factors that Limit Sport Performance
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Indeed, factors like oxygen consumption, hydration, adequate fuel provision, and genetics may limit the sporting performance that relies on multiple… ovement efficiency, there is contraction of muscles in a synergistic way to ensure intra and inter muscular coordination at the right time to generate maximum power. Actually, body fat and optimal intra and inter…
Bacterial Cure for Cancer
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Bacterial Cure for Cancer 16-09-11 Bacterial Cure for Cancer Introduction: Today, in developing countries cancer is one of the leading causes of death. The incidence of cancer as a cause of death is rapidly increasing. Cancer cells originate due to mutation of a host cell in response to chemical carcinogens, viruses or radiation.… Therefore, we only develop…
Physiological Factors that Limit Sport Performance
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In the paper “Physiological Factors that Limit Sport Performance” the author analyzes sports performance, which is depend on many factors that include biological, genetic, and other factors. Factors like oxygen consumption, adequate fuel provision, and genetics may limit the sporting performance.… The conversion of the stored ATP into…
Critically discuss the use of gas exchange (Vt1, VT2) and blood lactate threshold (LT, LTP) in the evaluation or pedicted perfor
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Critical discussion of the use of ventilatory (VT1, VT2) and blood lactate threshold (LTP) in the evaluation or predicted performance and training prescriptions and practicality The usage of the knowledge of the modern medicine in sports today is widely accepted practice.… For a long time it was believed that peak oxygen uptake or power (VO2 max) is the best…
Improving Waste Management Strategies for Small Livestock Farms
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Name Instructor Course Date Improving Waste Management Strategies for Small Livestock Farms Over time, there have been a drastic shift in the in the agricultural sector specifically in the livestock sector. The major cattle farms have less than 500 cattle heads for beef alone; thus the significant production and contribution comes from small AFOs.… The…
Bacillus Subtilis
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In the experiment, Bacillus Subtilis was used as the specimen for isolation. Isolating the bacterium required knowledge about gram reaction, oxygen requirements, biochemical… Further, the use of Mosel agar also helped to isolate the bacteria. This lab report consists of the results obtained for the isolation process. In this lab, the main objective was to…
Physical Education
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However, the paper will focus on the sport of water polo. In reference to the past performances in water polo, the results have not been up to… It can best be described as a combination of swimming, soccer, rugby, wrestling and basketball. It is regarded as the oldest team sport in the world which is continuously contested at the Olympic Games. The game is…
Bacillus Subtilis
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In the experiment, Bacillus Subtilis was used as the specimen for isolation. Isolating the bacterium required knowledge about gram reaction, oxygen requirements, biochemical… Further, the use of Mosel agar also helped to isolate the bacteria. This lab report consists of the results obtained for the isolation process. In this lab, the main objective was to…
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