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- 131 Essay - 574 words
1-3-1 ESSAY Did you know three cigarettes could get one addicted? Every time one takes a puff of a cigarette theyre playing a dangerous game with life. I always wondered, Why are cigarettes so deadly, what is in cigarettes, if people know theyre deadly then why do they still smoke them, and finally why does the government allow people to buy these when they can kill you? Every time one smokes a cigarette its like putting a gun to your head and pulling the trigger with out knowing if the gun is loaded or not. Ill do whats within my ability to answer these questions in this essay. I browsed the internet (isnt it a wonderful tool?) and used other references and my knowledge to determine why cig ...
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- Dementiaa - 4,130 words
Dementiaa IntrodWhat is Dementia ?uction Dementia is an organic brain syndrome which results in global cognitive impairments. Dementia can occur as a result of a variety of neurological diseases. Some of the more well known dementing diseases include Alzheimers disease (AD), multi-infarct dementia (MID), and Huntingtons disease (HD). Throughout this essay the emphasis will be placed on AD (also known as dementia of the Alzheimers type, and primary degenerative dementia), because statistically it is the most significant dementing disease occurring in over 50% of demented patients (see epidemiology). The clinical picture in dementia is very similar to delirium, except for the course. Delirium ...
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- Gonorrhea - 347 words
Gonorrhea Gonorrhea is an infectious sexually transmitted disease. This disease involves the mucous membranes of the urogenital tract. Gonorrhea is much more obvious in males because they develop an acute discharge of pus from the urethra. Scarce when it starts, it becomes thicker and heavier and causes frequent urination. When urination takes place, there will be a burning sensation. If the prostate becomes infected, the passage of urine is partly obstructed. In females the infection occurs in the urethra, the vagina, or the cervix. Although discharge and irritation of the vaginal mucous membranes may be severe. Nearly few or no early symptoms will appear. Gonorrhea is diagnosed by staining ...
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- Jonas Story - 1,012 words
... nd wrinkled, yet the words NO FEAR were plainly visible. "You go in." he said, looking at the cool refreshing water. "Sure I went in." The man said as he lay back down, and placed his book back into reading position. "Hey Olin," a voice said coming from the water. Olin looked toward the teenage boy that trotting out from the water. His skin was pale and soft. He wore blue Addias shorts that pulled over his knees. "Nice shorts ass hole," Olin said The boy grabbed the towl and rubbed it over his buzzed hair. "I didnt think youll mind," the boy said as his grin grew to his ears. "Its OK bro, but next time ask." "I will I promise" Olin smiled and said sarcastically, Yea right, Jonas." Jonas ...
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- Kama Sutra - 5,438 words
... f appropriate words when addressing the different Deities, and do not know how these words are framed. Again, persons do the duties required of them on auspicious days, which are fixed by astrology, though they are not acquainted with the science of astrology. In a like manner riders of horses and elephants train these animals without knowing the science of training animals, but from practice only. And similarly the people of the most distant provinces obey the laws of the kingdom from practice, and because there is a king over them, and without further reason.1 And from experience we find that some women, such as daughters of princes and their ministers, and public women, are actually v ...
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- Lab Report - 220 words
Lab Report Morphological Unknown Lab Report Introduction: There are many types of microorganisms in the world that may seem alike but are very different in function and purpose. That is why when one has to find what an unknown organism is he or she sees that its difficult to classify it based on its outer appearance. That is why there are many ways in order to classify microorganisms under microscopes. Two of the ways to identify microorganisms are by looking at the colony and cell morphologies or by conducting a series of stain procedures on the microorganisms. A colony is a mass of microbial cells (Colome, Ex6:28). Morphology is the colonys structure and form. There are six parameters used ...
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- Lao Zi The Founder Of Taoism - 775 words
Lao Zi - The Founder of Taoism Lao Zi, was born in the Chinese state of Chu, but his date of birth is unknown. He was the founder of Taoism, but very little is actually known about him. According to some historical works, his original name was LiEr. He was the keeper of archives in the Zhou court. Zhou was the name of the dynasty that ruled the states during the time period between the Spring and Autumn Period and the Warring States Period that followed. When he saw the decline of the Zhou dynasty, he left his post to live the life of a hermit. On his way out he had to pass a gate. It was here that the gatekeeper, who had heard of his teachings, begged him to write a book before he left. He ...
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- Macbeth - 814 words
Macbeth Images of blood and water occur frequently throughout William Shakespeares Macbeth, the significance of which should not be overlooked. Shakespeare uses these images to portray the horror of the central action, Duncans murder. The vibrant images of blood and water also symbolize the unending guilt of the two protagonists, Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. The blood and water represents their inability to erase the memory of Duncans murder and the impossibility of ridding their conscience of the unscrupulous deed they committed. The blood of King Duncan becomes too powerful for any amount of water to rinse it clean from Macbeth and Lady Macbeths hands. It overpowers their ability to forget th ...
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- Microscope Types - 1,321 words
... own as the corpus hemorrhagicum. Cells of the membrane granulosa are transformed into large granulosa lutein cells. Moreover, the cells of the theca interna also increase in size to become theca lutein cells, although they remain smaller than the granulosa lutein cells. Corpus Albicans (D) The corpus albicans is a corpus luteum that is in the process of involution a hyalinization. It becomes fibrotic with few fibroblasts among the intercellular materials. Eventually, the corpus albicans will become scar tissue on the ovarian surface. TESTES Capsule The fibromuscular connective tissue capsule of the testes is known as the tunica albuginea, whose inner vascular layer is the tunica vascul ...
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- Nucleotides - 1,580 words
Nucleotides The foundation of life as we know it is composed of nucleic acids. Researchers believe that these fundamental building blocks were first formed three billion years ago when the first forms of elementary life began to appear on earth. Nucleic acids have at least two functions. The first of these functions is to serve as a means of passing on hereditary characteristics, and the second is to instruct the cells in the production of specific proteins. Nucleic acids by nature are rather complex and in large numbers, with the help of other types of compounds, create DNA. Nucleotides, often called mononucleotides, are units of repeating nucleic acids. Thusly we know that nucleotides part ...
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- Ovarian Cancer - 2,150 words
Ovarian Cancer Of all gynecologic malignancies, ovarian cancer continues to have the highest mortality and is the most difficult to diagnose. In the United States female population, ovarian cancer ranks fifth in absolute mortality among cancer related deaths (13,000/yr). In most reported cases, ovarian cancer, when first diagnosed is in stages III or IV in about 60 to 70% of patients which further complicates treatment of the disease (Barber, 3). Early detection in ovarian cancer is hampered by the lack of appropriate tumor markers and clinically, most patients fail to develop significant symptoms until they reach advanced stage disease. The characteristics of ovarian cancer have been studie ...
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- The Determination Of The Presence Of Coliform Bacteria From Selected Sources By Means Of The Most Probable Number Mpn Method - 1,491 words
The Determination Of The Presence Of Coliform Bacteria From Selected Sources By Means Of The Most Probable Number (Mpn) Method Abstract Coliform bacteria are good indicator organisms for the presence of pathogenic bacteria due to their realtionship with these pathogenic bacteria, their relative ease of determination by simple methods, and by their occurrence in large quantities in human feces. The MPN method used in this experiment is one of the prescribed techniques for the determination of these coliform bacteria from the Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater as prescribed by the EPA. It consists of three stages, each of which necessitates a positive result for the p ...
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- The Determination Of The Presence Of Coliform Bacteria From Selected Sources By Means Of The Most Probable Number Mpn Method - 1,449 words
... other sources did go through all the stages but did not give positive results for the last stage. Table 1 gives us a summary of the results for each stage of each sample. Stage AS Pond UP Lagoon Tap Water Drinking Water Presumptive Gas present in all tubes Gas present in some tubes Gas present in some tubes Gas present in some tubes Confirmed Reddish colonies found on a MacConkey plate Purple colonies found on an EMB plate No possible coliform bacterial colonies No possible coliform bacterial colonies Completed Gram-negative, endospore-forming, small rods and lactose fermenting bacteria Gram-negative, endospore-forming, small rods and lactose fermenting bacteria N/A N/A Table 1. Results ...
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- The Greatest Scientific Fraud - 1,538 words
The Greatest Scientific Fraud Miriah Killam Writing 122 David Rothgery October 12, 2000 The Greatest Case of Scientific Fraud I have been told I have a beautiful smile, and I once thought it was true. It is big and quick, the kind that flashes across a whole face to reveal pearly whites. The sad truth is, I have become slower to show my Colgate smile as I have watched the most important part of a smile, my teeth, become less and less dazzling. For years I couldn't understand; I brushed twice a day, flossed once a week, stayed away from staining beverages, and I didn't smoke. My dentist attributed my brittle teeth to the fact that I have some Native American heritage, and they are known to ha ...
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- The Role Of Transport Proteins In Eukaryotic Organisms And Their Potential Exploitation In Genetically Modified Plants - 1,228 words
The role of transport proteins in eukaryotic organisms and their potential exploitation in genetically modified plants There are three major types of membrane transport proteins (Lodish, et. al, 1995). ATP-powered pumps derive the energy required for energetically unfavorable transport of ions or molecules via the hydrolysis of ATP. Channel proteins engage in passive transport, moving particular ions, or water down their respective concentration gradients. Transporters use the slowest mechanism for transport binding only one or a few substrate molecules for transport at a time. All three of these types of molecules contribute to the amazing selectivity of plasma membranes and are, thus, crit ...
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- Tuberculosis - 565 words
Tuberculosis Tuberculosis has existed since 2000 BC. There has been evidence of tubercles in mummified Egyptian mummies dating around 2400 BC with clear symptoms of the disease. The Greeks were the people to give the disease it's name tuberculosis which means small lumps. The major epidemics of tuberculosis were in the seventeenth century and in the nineteenth century, which mainly affected the Untied States and Europe. Little was known about how to fight or cure tuberculosis and there was also little research done on tuberculosis. It wasn't until the nineteenth century that great strives was made in helping find a cure for tuberculosis. In 1882 Robert Koch discovered a staining technique th ...
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- White Blood Cells - 556 words
White Blood Cells White Blood Cells Bacteria exist everywhere in the environment and have continuous access to the body through the mouth, nose and pores of skin. Further more, many cells age and die daily and their remains must be removed, this is where the white blood cell plays its role. According to this quotation, without white blood cells, also known as leukocytes, we would not be able to survive. White blood cells are our body's number one defense against infections. They help keep us clean from foreign bacteria that enter our bodies. Statistics show that there are five to ten thousand white blood cells per micro liter of blood, however this number will increase during an illness. Whi ...
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