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The Double Helix

The double helix Double helix, as used in molecular biology, refers to pairing of dual strands of nucleic acid molecules. Examples of such strands are found in DNA molecules. In this paper, I seek to explore the role of double helix in complementary base pairing in DNA replication and the nature of the pairing.The role […]

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Adoptive Children it’s in Their Genes

Until now, many of us are wondering if we inherit not only boliogical traits but personality factors as well. Some people rationalize that personality traits are learned as a consequence of interaction with people close to us like our parents, sibling ,a nd even friends. However, the article chosen sheds some light on this issue.The […]

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BIOL final lab

Bioethical Issues on Mandatory DNA Fingerprint and Bisphenol A (BPA) Mandatory DNA Fingerprinting DNA fingerprinting is the genetical method that involves isolation and making of the DNA sequences mostly used in the verification of the identity of a strange person. It is common in criminal investigations to identify suspected criminals or in areas of law […]

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Why do people have/want children

Why Do People Have/Want Children? The continuity of human race is driven by human reproduction.In other words, generational progress from time to time is driven by bearing children. As much as people bear children and drive the growth and development of the human race, there are different reasons why people have/want children. These reasons are […]

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Strengths and Weakness as a Writer

In high school, writing involved descriptive writing, which mostly involves creating a word picture of places, people, feelings, and objects. Careful choice of points is used to express an idea to the reader, which is also a common feature in college, particularly when formulating a compare/contrast writing assignments (Wyrick, 2013). However, at college, writing is […]

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Cancer and How It Develops

Cancer is characterized by the uncontrolled growth of cells, invasion of surrounding tissue and metastasis through which other locations in the body are affected. These characteristics differentiate a malignant tumor from a benign tumor which is an abnormal but localized tissue mass that can be surgically removed. Genetic abnormalities accumulate in cancerous cells and exhibits […]

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Methods Section Rubric

The Absorbency of Paper Towels Partners’ s TA’s Biology Lab Report 30 September Materials and Methods The experiment sought to determine the absorbance of two types of paper towels namely premium paper towel and premium recycled paper towel. It was hypothesized that the cloth-like texture of the premium paper towel would lead to better absorbance […]

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Intellectual Property Law in the UK

Margaret is currently negotiating with Leo (a Canadian inventor) to move into a partnership contract between them. It has been noted that Leo has emerged with a new idea which later led to the development of a waterproofing compound that can protect fabrics and tents. The compound developed by Leo also has the ability to […]

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Skinny Models to Everyday Women

The Research proposal proves vital for the well being of all women. Just imagine Michael Angelo sculpting an Ally McBeal? Or Rembrandt painting Naomi Campbell? Or even Jane Austen portraying her female protagonist Elizabeth in beautiful gowns with nothing but bones and skin over her body? Besides saving Marble for the statue, paint, and material […]

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Cancer biology

l inflammatory drugs or NSAIDS are a class of drugs that provide anti-pyretic and analgesic effects at low doses and anti-inflammatory effects at high doses. Aspirin, naproxen and ibuprofen are the most popular members of this group and are used all over the world for several reasons ranging from simple body pain and fevers to […]

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Articles reviews

When submitting a statement any author must provide ample supporting evidence, in absence of this the information put forward by the author can be unauthentic or unrealistic.The author of the article has conducted research to understand the force behind the cognitive skill and emotional behavior of man and animals. The author here is contemplating more […]

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Fauna A Treasuretrove of Learning and Inspiration

Video Link: http www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RDU7fuZ3EQ Fauna: A Treasure-trove of Learning and Inspiration For thousandsof years, countless people have achieved scientific breakthroughs and even philosophical enlightenment through the observation and mimicry of different attributes of plants. The Reuters’ video exemplifies this with scientists developing a stain-, scratch-, and damage-resistant coating inspired by the slippery walls of the […]

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Describe and contrast two psychological/cognitive models of consciousness with supporting evidence

PSYCHOLOGICAL/COGNITIVE MODELS OF CONSCIOUSNESS By Psychology The of the School The and where it is locatedThe DatePsychological/Cognitive Models of Consciousness: Baars vs. Edelman Bernard Baars’ Global Workspace (GW) theory and Edelman’s The Dynamic Core characterize how the brain engenders conscious mental content. Edelman supposes that re-entrant neural activity in the thalamocortical structure has an influence […]

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Discussion Forum #2

Discussion Forum #2 – Do Human Races Exist? Evidently, most anthropologists feel that human races have very little meaning as biology, but the races ought to be understood as an aspect of culture. As seen in the research conducted by Jurmain, Kilgore amp. Trevathan, race varies from one context to the next (313). The same […]

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Amniocentesis

AMNIOCENTESIS nbsp.Amniocentesis Amniocentesis is a procedure which involves the extraction of a small quantity of amniotic fluid from the mother’s uterus for diagnostic purposes. This amniotic fluid can be used to detect many genetic and metabolic disorders of the baby because the fluid carries cells of the baby as it circulates in and out of […]

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AP Biology for Dummies

Replication takes place in the nucleus of the cell. The raw materials for the process are nucleotides, RNA primer, and enzyme DNA polymerase whereas the end product is double-stranded DNA. Translation, on the other hand, takes place in the nucleus. The raw materials are a DNA strand that acts as a template, enzyme RNA polymerase […]

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Experiences

I organized an American Red Cross blood drive event in which 50 people happily donated their blood. This made me realize that there are some people just like me who care and who are willing to sacrifice for the sake of complete strangers. The count of 150 lives that would be saved instilled in me […]

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Inheritance Lab

Inheritance Lab Report ________________________ _________________________ Up d 5/15 Purpose To develop and apply an understandingMendelian inheritance patterns and Punnett squares.Preparation (4 points)Review the background document on inheritance and describe the concepts of dominant and recessive alleles, gametes, phenotype and genotypes. Materials and MethodsRead the Inheritance Lab Background materials. No other materials are required for this […]

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HPV in women

2000 HPV in women Direct skin contact with an HPV infected person is the main way through which genital HPV occurs. The contact areas are the anal, vaginal, and oral sex. The diverse categories of HPV are responsible for the formation of genital warts on the skin. Genital warts are hard and usually rough lumps […]

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Mirror for Man

Paper Due Mirror for Man In Mirror for Man, Clyde Kluckhohn, has presented his outlooks on how culture develops. Kluckhohn considers that culture is developed from a combination of human biology, laws of nature and the human nature. There are immense differences in the customs of different people all over the world. Similarly, there are […]

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The Theoretician and the Experimenter

He tried to apply this concept in understanding heredity and in the future prospect of manipulating it to gain social goals. And the basic premise of his theory was that the environment of a human being had no influence on his character or intelligence (Cowan, 516). Marks has described Eugenics as an attempt to interpret, […]

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Happiness and the Limits of Satisfaction

I think increased choice does not make us happy, and therefore, individual choices should not be paternalistically restricted because happiness is not the highest aim of human conduct. There are those actions which add to pleasurable activities that cannot be taken as always right. Moral virtue does not imply end of life since life can […]

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Master of Biology

Topic: Masters in Biology My prior ambition is to seek education in the field of Biology. To fulfill my ambition, I pursue to get admission in the university. To gain quality education has always remained inspirational for me, as it is education and knowledge that keeps the capacity of enabling a human being to excel […]

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Importance of Radioisotopes and Isotopes

Some of the isotopes undergo radioactive decay over time, therefore, known as radioactive isotopes. On the other hand, those isotopes not been observed to undergo any form of decay are known as stable isotopes. In general, isotopes have similar chemical properties but different physical properties. For example, hydrogen has three different isotopes (fig 1). 1H, […]

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Assignment3552

Education Management Legal Errors Education management, legal errors As a principal there are various errors that Sam Warren commits in his line of work. 1. He commits as a principle is seen during the incident when he asks his secretary to call a local parochial school to inform them that they would not be able […]

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Sterling college scholarship opportunity

nbsp.However, apart from helping me in my Christianity life, I believe Sterling College is the ideal place that can pursue my career from. I would like to study biology in this college and specialize in medicine as a cancer doctor specifically for children, which is my dream career. Since my childhood, I have always inspired […]

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Applications and ethics of genetic engineering and biotechnology

Biotechnology traces its roots as early as two thousand years ago. In this depiction, commonly referred to as traditional biotechnology, practices of bread baking, alcohol brewing, food crops breeding were evident. However, the recent advancements in molecular biology have provided a new meaning to biotechnology. This is called modern biotechnology and has provided opportunities and […]

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I need assistance formulating a Hypothesis Item Porterhouse SteakA State a hypothesis about which

Question I need assistance formulating a Hypothesis. Item: Porterhouse Steak A. State a hypothesis about which micro (vitamins and minerals) and macromolecules (proteins, carbohydrates, fats) this item contains. Remember, a hypothesis is an educated guess or prediction of results. BIOLOGY Hypothesis: if you eat porterhouse steak, then you will be able to get micro molecules […]

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Are gender differences biological or cultural?

Explain both sides of the argument. In what ways do biology and Question Are gender differences biological or cultural? Explain both sides of the argument. In what ways do biology and culture interact to create gender differences? Explain thoroughly and provide examples. Do you think biology or culture is ultimately more determinant? Why? ** Note […]

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It is your first semester as a newly hired assistant professor and you are developing your lesson plans and

Question It is your first semester as a newly hired assistant professor, and you are developing your lesson plans and lectures for your undergrad microbiology course. To start your class off on the right foot, you’d like to review some important introductory biology concepts to ensure that all of the students have the necessary biological […]

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