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Essays for Science: Biology

  1. Library Assignment
    By: DeAnna Gray 13 January 2011 CMRJ 330: DNA in the Criminal Justice System Instructor: Kelly Callahan Dennis Rader was convicted of...
  2. My Resume
    Jacqueline L. Montgomery March 12, 2011 Biology 114 #22 1. Why did you choose the topic? I choose this topic because I wanted to know a little more about...
  3. The Pursuit of Happiness
    Review of General Psychology 2005, Vol. 9, No. 2, 111–131 Copyright 2005 by the Educational Publishing Foundation 1089-2680/05/$12.00 DOI: 10.1037/1089-2680.9.2.111...
  4. Muscles
    Right now you are using your muscles, in fact there has never been a time in your life when your muscles have been idle. In your body there is over 600 muscles all working together to let you blink, breath, and live. Your muscles need oxygen...
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  5. Muscles
    Muscular System <br /> The human muscular system is made up of over 600 connecting muscles. All of the muscles work together in sync to make your body move in several different ways. <br /> None of the body systems can work without muscles and...
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  6. Muscular Dystrophy
    Muscular Dystrophy <br /> Scientists have been struggling with the cause, treatment of, and cure for Muscular dystrophy since its discovery in 1886, by Dr. Guillaume Duchenne. Muscular dystrophy is a hereditary disease, affecting thousands of...
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  7. Mycorrhizal Importance
    Figure 1. Mycorrhizal Relationship In this image, the roots of a plant can be seen interacting with several fungal bodies- creating a mycorrhiza...
  8. Narwhals
    Introduction <br /> Narwhals, the unicorns of the sea, are very mysterious creatures that are not widely known. They are whales with many fascinating features and historical value. This research paper is answering the question, “What are Narwhals...
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  9. Is Genetics the Cause of C
    | Individual Project 2 | Is Genetics the Cause of Crime? | Theories of Crime CausationCriminal Justice 105Professor Donald Campbell | Kashanda Moses | 2/20/2011...
  10. Osteogenisis Imperfecta
    DEFINITION <br /> Osteogenisis imperfecta (OI) is "a rare genetic disorder of collagen synthesis associated with broad spectrum of musculoskeletal problems, most notably bowing and fractures of the extremities, muscle weakness, ligamentous laxity...
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  11. Outline for Primate Evolution
    I. Types of Primates <br /> A. New World monkey <br /> 1. Examples: Spider Monkeys, Golden Lion Tamarins, and Squirrel Monkeys. <br /> 2. Diet usually consists of fruit, insects, and other small animals <br /> 3. Very Diverse in size and...
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  12. Personal Reflection Paper
    Chris Sanchez January 5, 2011 Psychology 400 David Lagerson Personal Reflection paper Self and the concept of self is an...
  13. Pancreas
    Name and Functions<br /> <br /> The part I researched, which has only one name, is the pancreas. The pancreas is an organ that produces digestive juices necessary to break down food. It also produces insulin and glucagons. Insulin and glucagons...
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  14. Physical Activity and Weight Control
    Regular physical activity is an important part of effective weight loss and weight maintenance. It also <br /> can help prevent several diseases and improve your overall health. It does not matter what type of <br /> physical activity you perform...
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  15. Regenerating Tissues
    The ability to regenerate the tissues of the human central nervous system <br /> (CNS) is one of the greatest projects undertaken by biomedical engineers <br /> today. With this eventual technology, permanent paralysis and blindness <br /> due to...
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  16. Reuniting the Grey Wolf
    In 1914 the United States Congress approved the funding to destroy wolves. Many of the Government bounty hunters decided to help farmers to protect there livestock from the destructive creatures. Sixty years later the wolves are considered as...
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  17. Obesity
    Many Americans are obsessed with losing weight, and the majority of the supplement companies will capitalize on this obsession by creating some type of diet pill. In the...
  18. Revolutionary Qm212
    Abstract: <br /> A new process in bio-chemistry involves the manipulation of <br /> molecules to defeat diseases, viruses, chemical warfare, and to reduce the <br /> cost of bio-chemical engineering. This new process is refined in that...
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  19. Schizophrenia : One of the Most Disabling and Emotionally Devastating Illnesses Known to Man
    Schizophrenia, a disease of the brain, is one of the most disabling and emotionally devastating illnesses known to man. However, because it has been misunderstood for so long, it has received relatively little attention and its victims have been...
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  20. Unit One Biology
    THE SNAKE AND THE MOUSE UNIT ONE INDIVIDUAL PROJECT SCIE206-1005A-06 Biology Instructor William Falls November 13, 2010 By Christina Young I observed three...
  21. Stem Cell Research
    Stem cells look to be nothing more than a hollow sphere composed of a clump of tiny, <br /> roundish balls. In reality, they are much more than that. Those 40 cells contain all the <br /> potential to become a living, breathing human being...
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  22. Stress... Killer or Protector
    Stress is a term used by many, is somewhat misunderstood, and often used to describe a negative condition or emotional state. People experience various forms of stress at home, work, in social settings, and when engaged in activities to simply have...
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  23. The Discovery and Controversy over the First Use of Surgical Anesthesi
    Dennis Brindell Fradin wrote in ”We Have Conquered Pain”: The Discovery of Anesthesia, “We take it for granted that we can sleep through operations without feeling any pain. But until about 150 years ago, the operating room was a...
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