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  • Personal Narrative: My Life In Guatemala

    I was in the garden again. The damp soil running through my fingers. The water soaking through the knees of my jeans. I weeded around my beans, feeling the dirt under my fingernails and in the creases of my palms. My first few days here I just watched, unsure of the unspoken rules that hovered over the garden. Then, one day, I walked over to a girl. She was almost my age and tended to 2 rows of lima beans. I don’t know if it was the way not only she but her plants seemed to tremble in the wind…

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  • Timothy Leary's Aesthetic Movement: The Beatnik Movement

    Psilocybe mushrooms, the consumption of which produce psychotropic effects brought on by tryptamines like psilocybin, were the first hallucinogenic consumed by Timothy Leary and his friends at Harvard, and later became the subject of many psychological trials by him…

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  • Common Living Things In Research

    1–11 Describe some common living things, and identify needs of those living things. Identify the requirements of plants to maintain life; i.e., air, light, suitable temperature, water, growing medium, space; and recognize that we must provide these for plants in our care. LEARNING OBJECTIVES Students will: 1. Identify the requirements of plants to maintain life. ASSESSMENTS • Students will be actively engaged in the lesson by scooping out the inside of the pumpkin. They will also be working…

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  • Amanita Muscaria Case Study

    distress that precedes a potentially life-threatening central neurologic syndrome characterized by seizures, tremors, and somnolence (Rossmeisl, Jr.,Blodgett, Jones, Higgins, Ellis, 2006). In a case study three dogs were presented with the toxic mushroom Amanita muscaria that developed respiratory arrest. Of the three dogs, one was euthanized and the remaining two recovered fully with assisted and mechanical ventilation (Brandin, Meola, Mazzaferro, 2013). Clinical signs of Amanita muscaria…

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  • Analysis Of Mushroom By Sylvia Plath

    Mushrooms Poetry Analysis A quiet revolution: perhaps oxymoronic sounding upon first glance. However, this poem paints a picture of a story about exactly that, doing so through a subtle metaphor and simple but powerful visual imagery. Though a poem about the oppression of a group of people, it does not tell a story of despair. Quite the opposite, speaking instead of an uprising of a different sort, of hope as modest as mushrooms themselves. Mushrooms may seem at first like a very peculiar…

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  • The Effect Of Pretreatments On Compositional Quality Of Oyster Mushrooms

    temperatures on compositional quality of the dried mushroom. Oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus) was cultivated on rice substrate and collected samples were pretreated (steeped or blanched) by different solutions (0.1% sodium metabisulfite and 0.1 and 0.5% citric acid) and dried using oven at 50°C and 60°C, sun-drying at 30-35°C and microwave drying at 2.45 GHz until reached to constant weight. Rehydration ratio and browning index (color) of the dried oyster mushroom samples were the most…

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  • Essay On Protein Bodybuilding

    Various kinds of protein with several biological activities are produced by mushrooms. Similarly casein protein is popular as a supplement with athletes and bodybuilders because it is effective at increasing muscle growth. According J Haffman, consuming casein protein synthesis rate by 31% after ingestion. This will help our muscles…

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  • Similarities Between Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory

    obviously were surprised yet satisfied by the river of chocolate, edible mushrooms and other astonishing and unthinkable sweets. Just looking at all of the artistic fascinations you could do with candy could make someone feel extremely optimistic about life. Although his inventions seem somewhat strange to some people, they are unique, successful and have never been thought of before. When I arrive, the that I want to try is the edible teacup Mr. Wonka had while singing the song “Pure…

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  • Morchella Case Study

    can be reduce by using food containing antioxidant properties (Halliwell & Gutteridge, 1984; Simic, 1988). Antioxidant food can protect the body from damage. Several herbs can be used in this regard but mushrooms are most important. Previous studies has reported the antioxidant activity of mushroom specially Morchella esculenta. Mycelia of Morchella esculenta possess beta-carotene and linoleic acid (Mau et al., 2004), polysaccharides and steroids (Meng et al., 2011; Kim et al., 2011; Gang et…

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  • Yule Leg History

    Jesus and his disciples as “fishers of men”. Lithuanian herring dishes such as herring with carrots or herring with mushrooms are served. One of the main dishes eaten on Christmas Eve are mushrooms dried or pickled. In Poland and the Ukraine sauerkraut with wild mushrooms or fish soup is eaten. Also boiled or deep fried pierogis which are dumplings filled with either sauerkraut, mushrooms, smashed poppy seeds and other ingredients. For dessert doughnuts filled with jam in Poland and the Ukraine…

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