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Essays for Science: Biology

  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. The Effects of Biological Weapons on the Past and Presents Society
    Thesis: Biological Warfare is morally and inhumanely wrong, It is the wrongful killing of men, women, and children. It should be stopped no matter what the circumstances are. <br /> I. Introduction into the bad effects of biological warfare...
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  7. The Laboratory Diagnosis and Management of Diabetic Coma
    Diabetes is any disorder of the metabolism which causes excessive thirst and the production of large volumes of urine. A coma is a state of unrousable unconsciousness. (Martin (2002)) There are two types of diabetes: <br /><br /> <br /><br...
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  8. Three Organisms: Hydra, Flatworm, and Earthworm
    The Hydra, unlike other animals with an anus and rectum, uses the same opening for both taking in food and eliminating wastes. Its intracellular and extracellular digestive processes are detailed in the drawing I have made. It is the simplest of...
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  9. Types of Memory
    Memory is one of the most puzzling parts of the brain. How can our brain store <br /> more information and thoughts than an encyclopedia and weigh less then three pounds? <br /> The brain gives us the ability to act on our own. To think, say, and do...
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  10. Typhoid Fever
    Introduction: <br /> Typhoid fever is a bacterial infection of the intestinal tract and occasionally the bloodstream, and is from the Salmonella species. Risk of infection is greatest for travellers to developing countries who will have prolonged...
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  11. Viral Hemorrhagic Fever
    How would you like it if you died? Well <br /> <br /> that’s what’s happening to people in Africa. <br /> <br /> Their families die around them, spreading the <br /> <br /> deadly disease further into the ecosystem. <br /> <br...
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  12. What Is in Yours?
    From the moment parents bring their new baby home from the hospital, they watch their baby's progress, anticipating every inch of growth and each new developmental milestone along the way. But what exactly are they watching for and how do parents...
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  13. Whiplash
    Whiplash is a sprain to the cervical section of the spine. Whiplash usually happens in auto accidents, even in minor ones. Whiplash affects over 1,000,000 people in the United States every year, and between 25-40% of those people have severe...
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  14. Who Are the Real Parents?
    Are parents those who give birth to a child or those who care for a child? Does nature or <br /> nurture make a woman a mother? As more and more heartbreaking tugs-of-war between <br /> biological and adoptive parents surface, anyone searching for a...
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  15. Why Cells Are Small
    Cells are the basic structural and functional units of life. As life on <br /> earth has evolved into organisms of varying complexities, two basic laws <br /> of nature have dictated why cells have remained so small. <br /> Shorter is <br...
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  16. Zinc Hyperaccumulation
    Zinc hyperaccumulation in Thlaspi caerulescens <br /> as a chemical defence against herbivory <br /> <br /> ABSTRACT <br /> <br /> Thlaspi caerulescens is one of several plant species known to <br /> accumulate heavy metals in excess of 2% of...
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