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    Humans, in many ways have made great progress at advancing our society, especially in the medical field. We’ve diminished the prevalence of some of the most gruesome viruses and bacteria in the world, and even have flat out eradicated some. We’ve turned multitudes of illnesses, once deadly into simple few day cures, while lieing in bed with a cup of chicken noodle soup and the newest tv show on. As the decades have passed, our knowledge of the human body has grown infinitely. We always seem to…

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    Central Circadian Clock

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    The circadian clock regulate the biology and behavior of a living organism throughout a day (about 24 hours). It can be affected by external factors such as daylight or darkness of the environment. The circadian system can modify the behavior and physiological functions to adapt the environment. For mammals, the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) are the central circadian clock of our body, which is located in the hypothalamus. Meanwhile, there are peripheral circadian clocks which located in most…

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    In Morgan Spurlock’s article, “Do You Want Lies with That?” he writes extensively about the warning label. The reader may be prone to ask, why did someone think that it would be a clever idea to eat the silicon packets found in products? Or what about the first person to think it was a clever idea to operate a hair dryer while in a bathtub? People should be able to use their common sense; a few hundred years ago, humans were responsible for their own survival, and they needed to use logic, so…

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    of parasites resulting from the alteration of morphological characters and hormonal levels reduce overall reproduction rates, therefore lowering population densities over time" (Waiho, Fazhan, Glenner, & Ikhwanuddin, 2017). This could prove as a positive economic effect for areas that are high infested. However, if left unattended, Sacculina may end up wiping out almost all of the Green crabs in the area throwing off the ecological balance again. A decrease in the crab population may also have…

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    Phyllanthus Niruri Essay

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    Phyllanthus niruri Extracts of Phyllanthus niruri have been studied for biological activities in various animal models and in vitro models and reported to possess significant antimicrobial, antiviral, hepato protective, antioxidant, anticancer, anti-inflammatory, antiplasmodial, antiurolithiatic and diuretic. The phytochemical studies were characterized and the presence of various compounds such as lignans, phyllanthin, hypophyllanthin, flavonoids, glycosinoids & tannins was mentioned (Narendra…

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    III. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION III.1 A. dorsata and T. itama bee bread composition Laboratory analysis of A. dorsata bee bread showed that percentage of protein reached 13.82% (wet weight) and 19.96% (dry weight), lipid 7.80% (dry weight), fiber showed a value of 3.38% (dry weight) and 44.52% (wet weight). All of components in A. dorsata bee bread are placed in the range given by Compos et al., (2008) (Table 1). Table 1. Detailed composition of A. dorsatabee bread (dried mass). Main components…

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    L-Ornithine Research Paper

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    1. Introduction L-Ornithine is an important chemical ingredient for its applications in food and pharmaceutical industries as a dietary supplement, as it is known to be efficacious in the treatment of liver diseases and wound healing [11]. It can also be used as a precursor for the synthesis of other amino acids, such as arginine and citrulline, and putrescine, an important diamine used as a nylon precursor [28]. L-Ornithine could be produced by fermentation using auxotrophic mutants, for…

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    MIMICS OF DIPHOSPHATES Phosphate group: Phosphate is an inorganic salt of phosphoric acid or organophosphate is an ester of phosphoric acid. Organophosphate are important in ecology and biochemistry. Inorganic phosphates are used in industry and agriculture. Phosphates can condense to form pyrophosphates, at elevated temperature in solid state. Structure and chemical properties of phosphate group: The polyatomic phosphate ion consist of one phosphorous atom surrounded by four oxygen atom…

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    altered the genome of bacteria and yeast to create human insulin from Type 1 Diabetes patients. The use of this technology has now grown to foods, other animals, and most important-humans. As scientists are researching these technologies and possible uses, there are many ethical implications and concerns that must be explored and discussed before we can be certain that the technology should be used. It is imperative that we look at all of the possible consequences, positive or negative, of…

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    The ways in which bacteria can become resistant to antibiotics and how this contributes to the global healthcare concern of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR). Antimicrobial resistance is a prevailing issue since the discovery of the first antibiotic Penicillin in 1928. There are 5 mechanisms which allow resistance to impede new antibiotic development for the last 29 years (WHO, 2016) consisting of mutations in target genes, enzymatic resistance, latency, antibiotic efflux and non-specific mutations…

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