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  • Female Reproductive System Essay

    us produces the female egg cells necessary for reproduction, called the ova or oocytes. The reproductive system is very important part of the body system because it helps the population to reproduce, it is a very crucial factor of living.The reproductive system helps our body to produce new cells. One of the most widespread diseases of the reproductive system is known as prostate cancer that only affects the reproduction cells. Prostate cancer mostly happens when the cells in the prostate cancer…

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  • Secret Social Lives Of Bacteria Bonnie Bassler Analysis

    celled microscopic organisms with one strand of DNA. Their life includes consuming nutrients from their environment, growing, and then dividing into two cells. Bacteria are continuously growing and dividing. Bassler continues her discussion of bacteria by classifying humans as ninty to ninety nine percent bacteria. Humans have ten trillion bacteria cells in us or on us at any moment in time. Bacteria creates an invisible layer around our body that keeps harmful threats out so we can stay…

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  • Embryo Pros And Cons

    The issue that I am going to write my paper over is about genetically engineered embryos and whether or not further research should be done to allow the altering of an unborn fetus. My first topic that came to my mind when I heard about this assignment was actually abortion. Then we were shown a list of banned topics and abortion was number one on the list which was disappointing. Later when we went to the library to search for our topics, I ran across an article that interested me. It was about…

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  • Arguments Against Gene Editing Research

    disease of the body cells. When a cancerous tumour spreads, cells divide and travel to other body parts through blood or lymph where they then destroy tissues and grow into tumours. After heart disease cancer is the most feared death cause, however there are cases where patients are being cured from it and improvements to diagnosis and treatment are being…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Human Cloning

    In our world we are constanting fighting to find cures to different diseases and disorders. The human race throughout the years has consistently advanced in ways previously believed to be impossible. Although we have accomplished many triumphs in the world of science, we have to be forever willing to take the next leap. Genetic modification and human cloning is the next big medical breakthrough and technological advancement. Genetic modification and human cloning offers the world an infinite…

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  • Genetically Modified Foods In The Hunger Games Series By Suzanne Collins

    Engineering Genetics? Genetic engineering is when a living cell’s deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is altered to improve it in nearly any way one wishes. Alterations may include: how the cell would look later on in life; tricking it into producing something it normally would not; and/or increasing the amount of resources produced. Even though not everyone agrees with how the research is done on genetic engineering, it does do one thing: it betters our society. Due to research of genetic engineering,…

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  • Biology Personal Statement Sample

    Personal Statement – Tayybah Ahmad (6C1) I remember being in awe the first time I learnt that every living thing was made up of the same basic unit - cells. Some organisms have one cell, some have billions upon billions. They all look very different and have evolved to have vastly different behaviours, but amazingly, underneath it all we are all the same. From the evolutionary changes in human behaviour and physiology, to the neuroscience behind it, biology has always captured my interest. I…

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  • Human Skin Color Variation

    DISCUSSION OF THE CAUSES OF HUMAN SKIN COLOR VARIATIONS The variation of human skin color is a complex phenomenon which have not yet been researched and studied conclusively. However, various researchers and academicians have given insight about the possible causes of this important trait. Different researches using people from different parts of the world, evaluation of their environments and diet and to some extent DNA analysis have given a variety of possible causes of human skin color…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Epigenetics

    Many people use their phones to take cute family pictures or send a text message to ask someone where they are at. The generations have been changing the ways cell phones are being used. In Moalem’s essay, he states, “Until very recently, we’ve been thinking and speaking about the serious and long-term ramifications of bullying in predominately psychological terms” (Moalem 281). Many children and teenagers are…

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  • Essay On Prokaryotic And Eukaryotic Cells

    unit of life is the cell. All living things are composed of cells. Cells may only from through a process of division and replication of previously existing cells. Cells are microscopic; however their structure is complex. All types of cells possess a plasma membrane which separates its contents from its surroundings. . There are two types of cells: prokaryotic and eukaryotic. a. Prokaryotic cells are simpler than eukaryotic cells. Within prokaryotic cells are bacteria cells and archaea. All…

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