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    The position of potentiality is an argument held to defend the morality of a fetus. People who defend the argument of potentiality usually hold to the belief that the beginning of a moral life happens at conception. Potentiality is the argument that whatever abilities or characteristics and adult has, they have them by the development of what he already possessed from the outset. It is claimed that what one can become is a possibility based on what one is. Becoming is based first and…

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    Lysosomes Research Paper

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    Describe the structure and function of a lysosome. Lysosomes are a cell organelle, translating as an independent structure within a cell, possessing a specific structure and function. For a lysosome its functions include; digestion of intracellular or extracellular material, nutrition from digested macromolecules and defence/protection from harmful substances. Lysosomes are variable from cell to cell in terms of shape and size but are conventionally spherical or oval shaped, 0.5┬Ám in diameter…

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    Cloning is a cell, cell product, or organism that is genetically identical to the unit or individual it is derived from. During the process of cloning, a piece of DNA is cut from its source with a restriction enzyme. Then, the DNA is put into a vector ( a DNA molecule used to transport genetic material into another cell). The vector is introduced to a host cell by the process called transformation, then the host cell copies the vector DNA with the original DNA; creating copies of the inserted…

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    Essay On Macromolecules

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    and proteins. These macromolecules are essential to the structure and function of a cell. Despite each serving different…

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    Wet Mount Slide Essay

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    The slide used during the Microscope Lab was a wet-mount slide which was used in order to view the specimens from the microscope. A wet-mount is a method for preparing specimens to view using a microscope. A myriad of specimens look better when placed in a drop of water on the microscope slide. The water supports the sample and fills the space between the coverslip and the slide. This allows light to pass easily through the slide, the sample, and the coverslip. Scientists use the wet-mount…

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    Why Men Lose Their Hair

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    restored. Did you know there are approximately 100,000-150,000 pieces of hair growing out of your scalp. Scientists have discovered 2 things why hair is so thick on your head. 1 thickness is made from Keratin the protein which is dead cells lifted above and new cells created below. Secondly, the structure which operate hair growth are hair follicles-This is how your hair grows constantly beginning for when you were born till you die.…

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    There are two types of gene therapy treatment: Somatic cell gene therapy and germline therapy. Somatic cell gene therapy includes gaining blood cells from a person with a genetic disease and then inject a normal gene into the defective cell. This type of gene therapy cannot be passed down generations (from parent to child) because it does not affect the egg and sperm cells. Somatic cell gene therapy needs to be done a few times to be permanent in a patient. The other…

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    Trisomy X Trisomy x syndrome, also known as triple x and 47xxx, is characterized by the presence of an extra x chromosome in each cell of a female. Three x chromosomes are present, rather than a normal pair in the nuclei of body cells. The first published report of a women with triple x syndrome was Patricia A. Jacobs at Western General Hospital in Edinburg, Scotland, in 1959. The condition occurs in about 1 in 1,000 newborn girls. Five to 10 girls with triple x syndrome are born in the united…

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    Essay On Dystopian World

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    As time has passed and civilizations have become more developed we have evolved in multiple aspects. Our need to discover the world has improved our scientific knowledge and technological field. With this increasing knowledge the boundaries have become a thin line as the drive for discovery grows. In an alternate world such as GATTACA, technology dictates the lives of its citizens. From birth to death, DNA samples are taken that inform people of your entire history. With such an intrusive system…

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    Human development has been regarded as one of the most highly controversial topics in the world of psychology. Nature vs Nurture is labeled as a debate. Nature and nurture has to do with behavior, feelings, personality, and intelligence. Many that believe we inherit our personalities, feelings, behavior and intelligence are on the nature side. Others who think its environmental influenced are on the nurture side. Nature and nurture goes hand and hand in the development of the human process.…

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