Essays for “Biology”

Historical Perspective Of Calcium Binding Protein
due: Historical perspective of calcium binding protein The historical understanding of the application of calcium in biology forms the basis understanding of the core functions of calcium binding proteins. Ideally, about ten interrelated concepts or…
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Plant Biosphere
Plant Biosphere Our planet Earth is said to have evolved four billion years ago from a harsh and hostile atmosphere. The high volcanic activity as well as toxic and anaerobic atmosphere was reduced significantly by mechanism life. The same thing can…
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Article Name
Genetic Article Genetic Article The article talks about the introduction of genetically modified animals for human consumption. One of such animals is a genetically modified salmon known as AquaBounty. The modified species is believed to grow faster…
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How Do Communities Change Over Time
Changes within Communities over Time The community is an which experiences changes overtime. Over thecourse of time, if a person travels to any location whether grassland, local forest, park, or an abandoned farm, they are likely to detect changes…
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A History Of Sickle Cell Disease
A History of Sickle Cell Disease Order Bo. 748422 The Sickle Cell disease was first detected by Dr. Earnest E. Irons in 1904. This disease is a hereditary or genetically transmitted disease that is characterized by the abnormal presence of crescent…
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Assignment 15
Observation When plants are placed near the window, after some days they tend to grow leaning towards the window. This one observation I made from the plants that I have in my room. Hypothesis tested 1. The plant move towards the window in response…
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Article Analysis
The voyage of Moborro barge Introduction In 1987, a garbage barge called the Mobro 400 an American vessel left the New York harbor in search of a place to dump its cargo. After months of wandering the seas and thousands of miles covered, the…
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Phenyl Methyl Sulfonyl Fluoride (PMSF) As Protease Inhibitor
` Phenyl Methyl Sulfonyl Fluoride (PMSF) as protease inhibitor The process of protein purification and cell fractionationrequires inhibition of protease activity. To this end, Phenyl Methyl Sulfonyl Fluoride (PMSF) is widely known as an irreversible…
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Protein Recombinant Technology
First Last Number 3 April Protein Recombinant Technology Protein is a biological polymer consisting of one ormore amino acids linked together through dehydration synthesis forming a polypeptide chain twisted in a 3-D shape, (Bonner 2007). They are…
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Assignment 3: Writing And Pronunciation
Assignment 3: Writing and Pronunciation The Department of Orthopedics (Musculoskeletal System) Musculoskeletal system main function in the body is to provide it with support as it consists of muscles, ligaments, tendons, cartilage and connecting…
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Summarize The Article
Biology of Aging Article # Citation Tang ney CC, Kwansy MJ, Li H, et. al. Adherence to a Mediterranean-type dietary patternand cognitive decline in a community population. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 93: 601-607. Hypothesis The…
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Article Summary
Article Summary In Denise Grady’s article, “Scientists to Pause Research on Deadly Strain of Bird Flu,” the brings to light research that scientists are undertaking. These scientists have modified a deadly strain of flu virus to make it even more…
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Literature Review Of A Recent (last 5 Years) Primary Research Paper That Deals With Your Topic ( The
Number] (day month year Carb Counting: A Dietary Treatment of Diabetes mellitus Objectives The main focus of the research is to determine the applicability of the carb counting method to create a less restrictive and nutritionally adequate diet for…
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The Departments Of Dermatology And Cardiology
Departments of Dermatology and Cardiology Dermatology is the scientific study of the skin and skin related conditions. A dermatologist is a doctor specialized in handling skin conditions. A dermatologist analyzes the morphology of skin lesions,…
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Article Analysis
Article analysis Smith-Sprangler et al. ed the article, ‘Are organic foods safer or healthier than conventional alternatives? a systematic review,’ which the Annals of Internal Medicine published in September 2012. The authors, based on lack of…
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Choose Topic Of Biology
Abiotic components And Life Forms Biotic factors encompass diverse life forms such as prokaryotes involving bacteria; eukaryotes like protists, fungi, plants and animals. These diverse forms of life evolved from the abiotic or non-living components,…
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Article Summary: Outsmarting Algae: Scientist Finds The Turn-Off Switch
Article Summary: Outsmarting Algae: Scientist Finds the Turn-Off Switch The article ‘Outsmarting Algae: Scientist Finds the Turn-Off Switch’ focuses on the detailed description of a scientific achievement in solving the complexity of algaecide that…
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The Other Half Of Brain
It is commonly known that glial cells only provide support and protection for neurons, however, extensive research on the may prove fruitful in the frontier of neuroscience. Until now, the mechanism by which the brain produces intricate phenomena…
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Testing Hypotheses
Task TESTING HYPOTHESES Introduction One can define Science in so many ways depending on who are asking and the topic under discussion. To some, science is a religion not fully understood while to others, science is just a way to confuse humanity or…
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Isopropyl -D-1-thiogalactopyranoside (IPTG) For Protein Expression
Isopropyl β-D thiogalactopyranoside (IPTG) for protein expression Isopropyl-β-D-Thiogalactopyranoside (IPTG) is normallyutilised during cloning experiments in which induction β-galactosidase activity is necessary (Robinson 14). It involves a…
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Critical Analysis For An Article
Article Analysis: Parasite Effect on Behavioral in Worker Ants The parasite genomes controlling host behavior are extended phenotypes responsible for the changes and manipulation that may vary from slight changes to full manipulation of the host’s…
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Troponin C
Teacher’s Institute TROPONIN C The basic unit of cardiac contractility is sarcomere. Cardiac muscle contraction is brought about by the interaction between filaments (actin, myosin) and the regulatory complexes. Troponin plays a major role in…
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Q-Name The Most Recent Biology News Story That You Have Read, And Describe The Most Important Thing
the most recent biology news story that you have read, and describe the most important thing you recall about it. Date Name the most recent biology news story that you have read, and describe the most important thing you recall about it. I have…
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