The routes of producing ethanol from sugar beet
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This involves fermenting the sugars. Ethanol can be made from the sugar beet or simply the sugar beet pulp. The beets are cut into small pieces that are… The cleaned sucrose water is through a fermentation step (Halford & Karp, 2011, pg.409). There is numerous process that is adopted to distillate the contents; this includes pressure-swing distillation,…
Why US should keep sugar quotas
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The U.S. sugar industry is one of the largest and most efficient in the world and accounts for an important part of the U.S. economy both rural and urban areas. This industry offers over 146,000 jobs1 and generates close to $10 billion in revenue in the 19 states where sugar beets and sugarcane are grown and processed.… This agreement came to benefit most…
The South Beach Diet
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The South Beach Diet is a diet plan designed by the dietician Marie Almon and the cardiologist Arthur Agatston in 1980. Arthur Agatston was the MD director of the Mount Sinai Cardiac prevention centre in Miami Beach, Florida. The plan was designed with the aim of preventing heart diseases but gradually with time it gained popularity as a plan to lose weight. …
Farmer Market
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This is in an effort to re-invigorate the customary connection between farmers and consumers (Cobos 12). The certified farmers markets are places where genuine farmers trade… The market provides a means for moving small volumes of produce away from the bulky quantity supply channel. Additionally, the farmers are able to sell field run produce not confined to…
Sugar - Not So Sweet / First Hour of Cola
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The western and eastern views on sugar consumption are similar and widely discourage its excess use in daily life. The article has… Sugar is form of carbohydrates and white sugar is immediately absorbed within the bloodstream, which upsets body’s sugar balance, producing insulin which is used to maintain sugar balance. When there is excessive intake of refined…
How have Humans Created Global Warming
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Global warming is a term commonly used to describe the consequences of man- made pollutants overloading the naturally occurring greenhouse effect causing an increase of the average global temperature and is the subject of great debate and concern worldwide. Essentially, the… These gases allow sunlight to penetrate then trap some of the solar energy which heats…
GMO products
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Genetically modified foods are products that have been manipulated by introducing organisms whose DNA structure has been changed slightly using genetic engineering methods. This allows several alterations in the way the plant grows and also the quality of the yield.(Liang, 20).… The engineering involves either adding a gene or genes to the plant’s genome or…
Commentary essay -how and why companies do not label GMOs on their products
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Basically, different schools of thought have contented over the issue of whether genetically modified organisms ought to be… Consequently, technological advancement and the modern lifestyle have continuously influenced the growth of genetically modified organisms in the global market. According to Editors (Para 2), fourteen states have gone through the…
Research paper on global warming
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This talk is centered within the country on just what kind of economic impacts efforts to reduce greenhouse gasses, the cause of global warming, might… Research into the subject reveals that reducing greenhouse gasses through the development of renewable energy would provide tremendous benefits to the country. By understanding the effects of greenhouse gasses…
What are the opinions of teachers and parents of the barriers to participation in physical activity within the early years (3-7 years)
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Physical activity is a vital component in a child as it promotes physical, psychosocial and psychological development. Physical development results due to stronger… Craigg and Cameron (2006) assert that kids who have a healthy physical lifestyle in their early years tend to carry the same routines for their entire life. Research shows that some diseases that…
'Oxytocin-related signalling comprises one of the most powerful single contributors to human personality.' Discuss
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Effects of Oxytocin on Personality Author Institution Abstract One of the hypotheses cited in psychology details that personality is purely biological. This derives from the premise that hormones render neurological and chemical alterations that propel personality.… Oxytocin has acquired significant media attention for its potential in treatment for autism and…
The possible use of ethanol as a replacement for petrol
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The conversion of beets or corn into ethanol is touted by scientists today as an economically and environmentally sound solution to pressing national and global concerns. However, this is not a new revelation. Rudolf Fiesel, fifteen years after the invention named after him,… Ethanol is a type of alcohol that can be made using crops such as sugar beets, wheat…
Carbon monoxide emissions from automobile related to the greenhouse effect and how it negatively affects the US economy
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Evidence to the contrary has been presented but appears to be less credible. The rising global temperature is and will continue to cause major… This discussion will examine the role automobile emissions play in global warming, briefly explain the phenomenon, its effects on the environment and the economic consequences to the U.S. The rising levels of carbon…
Italy' economy
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The loose of about 700,000 soldiers in world war one, left Italy in a seriously weakened state. The participation of Italy in World War II… The economic crisis of 2007-2011 had a negative impact to Italy’s economy. During this crisis, the economic growth went down by 6.74%. This left Italy in a huge budget deficit. Italian debt rating was quite poor by 2011…
History
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One of the issues that was brought up during a recent edition of the PBS TV series NOW was the idea that combating global warming would be damaging to the economy. This idea was touched on by both Laurie David, the producer of Al Gore’s film An Inconvenient Truth, and by… She points out not only how this would reduce the amount of waste in the inner city, but…
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At present around 4 million people staying is Spain as Immigrants. Geographical position, large sized economy, barrier less borders, opportunities in agricultural and industrial sectors in Spain etc… The most interesting thing I learned about Spain is the increased immigration rate. Government literally did nothing to restrict the immigration. But after 9/11…
The U.S cultures and business perspectives
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In the paper “The U.S’ cultures and business perspectives” the author described culture as a summative word for the people’s religion, manner of dressing, food, language,  beliefs as to what is right and wrong. The U.S as a country has a population of over three hundred and twenty million people.… Just like the U.S.A, Brazil…
Genetically modified organisms (GMOs)
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Almost all living organisms can go undergo genetic modifications but just to quote a few are plants, crops, insects, fish and mammals. Genetic… Genetic engineering allows individual to identify genes that are weak and defective. This presents a source of an opportunity for them to be replaced by healthy ones. Such genes are normally resistant to diseases, bad…
Globalisation - Fair Trade or Free Trade
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The developed countries, particularly those in Europe, favour doling out aid rather than dropping their import barriers—tariff and non-tariff—on goods and services from underdeveloped countries. This problem is especially egregious in African countries, where European… rmine poor farmers in some African countries, thus creating a “free trade versus fair trade”…
Naccobus
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Several studies and sources of information have been used throughout the work to discuss various aspects of the topic. The sources that have been used are from various geographical locations throughout the world so as to help… The sources will be picked from the list that has been used in the provided study. Each source will be analyzed separately and the…
Explain the importance of the liver in detoxificationexcretion and teh function of the immune, digestive, endocrine and cardiovascular systems and hence in hum
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The liver is the largest gland in the body that weighs about 3 lb (1.36 kg). The physical appearance of liver is reddish brown in color and is divided into four lobes of unequal size and shape. Liver is positioned to the right side of the abdominal cavity beneath the diaphragm.… Each capillary then leads into a lobule. Liver tissue is collection of thousands…
Industrial production of laccase
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Industrial Production of Laccase by fungus Introduction Laccase is an enzyme found mainly in fungus which is highly used in food industry. Laccase is a blue copper protein that is widely seen in plants, fungi and insects. It is one of the enzymes which are studied in 19th century.… This enzyme is mostly seen in higher plants and fungi. In plants, laccases can…
Environmental Science
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Alternative Fuels Instructor name Date Oil is a finite resource, its availability and price unstable. Oil also contributes to air pollution and enriches brutal dictatorships such as Libya and oppressive monarchies like Saudi Arabia.… According to all peer-reviewed scientific studies, if the quantity of greenhouse gasses being spewed into the air by…
Assignment 2b: Short-answer Questions Overview
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The staple food of a particular region is dependent on the climatic conditions suitable for the particular crop. While the food usually consumed in Russia is mainly beets, cabbage and potatoes,… food choices are hunger and food cravings, appeal of food, time considerations of adolescents and parents, convenience of food, parental influence on eating behaviors…
JAPANESE DIET vs. WESTERN DIET
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There is a widespread perception that the Japanese diet is far superior to the Western one in terms of promoting health and longevity. Here considers four reasons why Japanese diet is better than western diet. … This feeling is well illustrated by Japanese Naomi Moriyama, co-author of ‘Japanese Women Don’t Get Old or Fat: Secrets of My Mother’s Tokyo Kitchen’…
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