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    Introduction and Background: The population studied in this report is the country of Brazil, located in South America. Brazil has the 5th largest population in the world, measuring a little over 200 million people (Table 1). Brazil’s population is roughly 51% female and has a population growth of approximately 1.2% per year from 2010-2015 (United Nations, 2015). Approximately 85% of people in Brazil live in urban regions, with the majority of the rural populations consisting of indigenous…

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    Different gene silencing methods are being used in biomedical research for the development of potential disease therapeutics. Most of these methods are similar in that they involve the disabling of mRNA by preventing it from being translated into a protein. They differ in the type of molecule used to disrupt mRNA. Due to these differences, each silencing method has specific advantages and disadvantages. Two of the most currently understood methods of gene silencing are RNA interference…

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    The history of climate change as a science can be traced back to the 1860s, when physicist John Tyndall conducted experiments to understand molecular physics, particularly the heat-absorbing abilities of atmospheric gases. Tyndall found that molecules absorb more heat than their individual atomic components, and that the naturally-occurring greenhouse gas nitric oxide absorbs approximately one thousand times more infrared energy than nitrogen or oxygen alone. The concept of climate change as a…

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    What is global warning? Our world faces an everlasting dangerous threat…… global warming. This is caused by the increase of the earth’s atmosphere temperature and by the moving levels of carbon dioxide. We know this because in the last 650,000 years the polar ice caps have gradually been reduced to water. The Polar ice caps melting. Other things have also been caused by this problem such as the ocean rising, heat rising, droughts, floods, storms and many more that will occur in the following…

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    What is biodiversity? Introduction Biodiversity is defined as the variety of life on Earth at all its levels and includes genes to ecosystems, as well as the ecological and evolutionary processes that sustain it (Cardinale, 2012). The Earth’s biodiversity has long been a source of wonderment and scientific curiosity, but is increasingly becoming a source of concern. The sheer diversity of life is of inestimable value. Biodiversity has a number of functions on Earth, from providing a foundation…

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