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    Background Lomborg stated that greenhouse gases released into the atmosphere cause global warming. However while global warming is a problem, Lomborg believes that its total impact will not have a devastating effect on humanity’s future. Lomborg’s claim is an important topic as it relates to global warming and the ecosystems affected by the extra heat. This heat is caused when the greenhouse gases that are emitted by various sources linger in the atmosphere. While these gases…

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    Box Jellyfish Essay

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    Box jellyfish Nomenclature "Box jellyfish" and "sea wasp" are common names for the highly venomous Chironex fleckeri. However, these terms are ambiguous, as "sea wasp" and "marine stinger" are sometimes used to refer to other jellyfish. Anatomy "Cubomedusae", from Ernst Haeckel's Kunstformen der Natur, 1904 The medusa form of a box jellyfish has a squarish, box-like bell. From each of the four lower corners of this hangs a short pedalium or stalk which bears one or more long, slender, hollow…

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    Grade Insurance Case Study

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    Grade Insurance The article I chose for my grade insurance paper is “Albuterol and Insulin therapy in hemodialysis patients. http://www.nature.com/ki/journal/v38/n5/index.html. The reason I chose this article is because we have been going over potassium and action potential in class I have been extremely interested in potassium, part of this is because hyperkalemia is one of the few electrolyte imbalances we can start treatment for in a pre-hospital setting. The article was very informative and…

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    The advent of tissue culturing in the early 1900s has shaped modern science tremendously. Fields such as cell biology, molecular biology, biochemistry and many others are heavily dependent on cell culturing to carry out experiments. Cell culturing initially began when pioneering scientists sought a way to study cells outside their tissue origin. They began with tissues and then later on, techniques were developed that enabled the study of individual cells in vitro that would give rise to…

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    As the amount of anthropogenic CO2 has been rising in the atmosphere, this has meant a natural rise in the levels of CO2 in the oceans. This rise can have a large effect on the natural biogeochemical cycles of the oceans. The largest effect will be seen through the acidification of the oceans. When CO2 is dissolved in seawater it increases the concentration of hydrogen ions in the ocean, which then decreases the overall pH, causing acidification. This acidification can have a detrimental effect…

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    Chromatography Of Lycopene

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    A small burette funnel was filled with column packing solvent at mobile phase, high boiling petroleum, in this case hexane (and then 10%acetone hexane mixture), and Alumina as stationary phase. When adding the sand and the alumina they have to be first mixed with the hexanes in order not to disturb the column. The Lycopene is Red- Orange and more attracted to alumina due to its high degree of Unsaturation, which can be expected to be eluted after Yellow-Orange Carotene pigments. And the other…

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    In this paper I will attempt to examine the root causes of the Aral Sea disaster that implicate in ecological, societal, economic, and cultural environments throughout the time and space. This paper will challenge the traditional view of the Aral Sea disaster as of “natural”, but rather “crescive” and “constructed”. I will analyze the Aral sea disaster through the following lenses, first is political - harsh Soviet politics and transition to the market economy that had subsequently resulted in…

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    M. Tempus Research Paper

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    As M. tempus is an omnivore due to their monogastric digestive system, and is similar to a pigs digestive system, but with adaptations similar to that of bilbies (Thylacomyidae) due to the occasional low availability of prey and living food sources, resulting in adapted hindgut fermentation and a long digestive tract, (Tyndale-Biscoe C H 2005). Although M. tempus must ferment the consumed plant material, their gastrointestinal tracts are still incredibly different to those of foregut fermenters,…

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    Carbon is the backbone of life on Earth. All things are made of Carbon. It is a part of the ocean, air and even rocks. This carbon flows between each reservoir in an exchange called the Carbon Cycle. This cycle will be investigated to show an understanding of its functions and how human activity can severely impact this cycle. (insert hypothesis here). Human activity, with out proper regulation can lead to imbalance throughout the carbon cycle meaning the interference of a Global system much…

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    Function Of Kidney Essay

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    the blood into the urine. Secretion allows for the amount of a particular substances to the excreted in the urine in concentrations greater than the concentration filtered from the plasma in the glomeruli. The kidneys regulate the balance between bicarbonate and carbonic acid by the secretion and exchange of hydrogen ions for sodium ions, which are used to from base. * Renal control of Cardiac…

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