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  • Genus, Genius, And Gender In Housekeeping By Marilynne Robinson

    After reading Housekeeping by Marilynne Robinson, one may ask, how does this book fit into a course addressing genus, genius, and gender? For one, this course focuses on the female geniuses of literature and how they fall into the genus, which is driven by the male gender. In this respect, the narrator in Housekeeping is a young girl, Ruth, who happens to be the genius in this story. She tells us, in quite detail, the story of how her family came to reside in the town of Fingerbone, and the struggles she and her sister Lucille went through after their mother and grandmother passed away. Ruth starts out the story by telling us, the reader, about her grandfather, whom she never had the pleasure of knowing. She tells us of his paintings of…

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  • Strawberry Essay

    The Strawberry The strawberry, a fruit of the genus Fragaria, has been around for many centuries. Throughout the centuries the strawberry has been studied, cultivated, reported upon, and simply enjoyed by millions. This very abundant fruit has had a variety of uses: It has been used for medicinal purposes; for decorations throughout a person's home; and, for the pleasure of eating. The history of the strawberry goes back as far the Romans or maybe as far as the Greeks. In the thirteenth…

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  • Evolution Of The Genus Homo

    Since the emergence of the genus Homo, the hominins went through great patterns of evolution over generations. Through series of adaptations, the genus Homo spread in various geographic locations and eventually emerged as anatomically modern humans. With the allele frequency changes that evolved in the genus Homo, there is key evidence that microevolution led to macroevolution. From speciation to extinction, the modern synthesis helps us explain not only the mechanisms of evolution and the…

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  • Complications Of The Genus Chlamydia

    The genus chlamydia is made of three species called C. psittaci, C. pneumoniae, and C. trachomatis. Today we will be focusing on C. trachomatis. It stains gram negative which means it has a thin cell wall and it is bacillus or rod shaped. C. trachomatis is also an obligate intracellular organism which means it cannot exist without a host cell. This leads us into our next segment on how C. trachomatis affects us as human beings. To many of us we know C. trachomatis as chlamydia, which is…

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  • Unknown Bacteria Lab Report

    Introduction Background This experiment pertained to identifying an unknown bacterium. This bacterium was retrieved from a member of our group’s hand. Bacteria are prokaryotic, but like all other living organism there are many genus and species. Through experimentation these unknowns can be found can be brought to light. Bacteria can be classified either gram-positive or gram-negative. These groups differ by the composition of their cell walls. In particular, the difference in the composition…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Chimpanzee

    The intelligent and aggressive species known as the chimpanzee is recognized as the most closely related animal to humans in the world. At one time it was believed that gorillas and chimps were the most closely related, until new technologies were developed resulting in the finding that humans share a massive 99% of our DNA with these creatures. Chimpanzees are classified in the genus known as Pan, along with the species bonono, but not with humans. Humans are classified in their own genus known…

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  • Out Of Africa Theory: The Hominin Evolution Theory

    The hominin evolution theory is the idea of Homo sapiens sapiens (AMHs) evolved from a lineage of hominins in Africa. The purpose of the project is to determine the genus and species of seven skulls discovered by Dr. Musoma in Africa, Europe and Asia, approximate the age of each skull, interpret the evolutionary pathway of each species, and provide evidence for and against the “Out of Africa” theory. The purpose of the project with be completed and evidence on the “Out of Africa” theory will be…

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  • Neanderthal Case Study

    Name: Simranjeet Kaur Student no. 100280379 Course: ANTH 1131 Instructor: Lisa Ferguson Assignment: Did Homo neanderthalensis and Homo sapiens interbreed? It is true that homo neanderthalensis and homo sapiens interbred. It can be explained based on the study of the genome of Neanderthal. Neanderthal is the extinct species of the genus Homo whose fossils were first discovered in Neander valley in Germany, hence named as Neanderthal. This species of the genus Homo is closely related…

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  • Taxonomy In Biology

    Taxonomy in biology is the study of naming, describing, and classifying new organisms into different branches, Domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, and species. Throughout history, humans have always classified organisms that they have encountered. One of the first taxonomists was Aristotle, “who organized five hundred types of animals according to habitat and body form” (http://www.biologyreference.com). However, the first modern taxonomist was Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus,…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Paleoanthropology

    characteristics. Berger and his team deduced that there is significant differences in characteristics between H. naledi and H. erectus. However, some scientists claim the bones do not indicate a new species, but rather a known hominid species, Homo erectus. According to White, “Berger’s findings are probably South African representatives of Homo erectus (Martin).” Other specialists concur and support the notion of Homo naledi being an unknown species. The scientists whom agree with the idea of…

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