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  • Gram Negative Bacteria

    in diameter and belong to the Enterobacteriaceae Family. E. aerogenes have capsule with flagella which enable them to be motile. They are facultative anaerobes which mean they are able to survive with or without the presence of oxygen. The optimum growth temperature is range from 30oC to 37oC which classify as a mesophile. It is commonly associated E. aerogenes with nosocomial infection and they are acknowledged as opportunistic pathogens. Several infections cause by E. aerogenes including…

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  • Transformation Of Pglo Lab Report

    We began by examining the transformed bacteria on the LB/amp/ara plate and the LB/amp plate under UV light to find a single colony expressing the GFP gene. We obtained two culture tubes with 2 ml growth media and transferred the glowing colony from the LB/amp/ara plate into one tube and the non-glowing colony from the LB/amp plate into the other tube. Then, we shook both tubes vigorously by hand for thirty seconds, before placing them in a shaking…

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  • Three Nutrient Agar Plate (NAP)

    Petri plate as no bacteria colony was observed on the surface of agar plate. The stool and sink in the laboratory was probably disinfected with 70% alcohol and anti-bacterial agent before the experiment was done resulting in the lack of microorganism growth on the agar surface. The bacteria might also be obligate anaerobes that cannot live in the presence of…

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  • A Rhetorical Analysis Of Speech By Edward R. Murrow

    Speech #1 Edward R. Murrow, a CBS reporter and war correspondent delivered a report from Buchenwald, Germany on April 16, 1945. He delivered this dialect upon seeing the atrocities committed by the Germans towards the Jews. He addresses the American people, describing the scene he had witnessed at this labor camp, which he found the scene to be so unbelievable that he is rendered speechless many times through out his speech. Murrow’s outrage is so apparent through-out his account, that it is…

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  • The Importance Of Videogames

    Videogame’s bad reputation: Disdain for the medium I have seen too many news reports that propose that videogames are a vile, mortifying plague. Videogames are a rather new medium of art and entertainment, and like their predecessors, videogames are the new scapegoat. Certain lobbyists, like the famous Jack Thompson, have argued that videogames are corrupting the youth of America. This, I will argue, is a skewed perception on the medium as a whole, and it is the issue of this paper. I implore…

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  • Summary: Polymer

    Kathy McCurry Kathy McCurry is a recent polymer convert. Her journey started a couple of years ago when a job loss left her with some free time as she gathered and researched other opportunities. As it happened, she had relocated for the job she lost, so she was alone in a strange town. She did, however, have a long-forgotten box of beads. In that box were some glass pendants she purchased while in China. Those pendants got her interested in making jewelry, which sent her onto a hunt on the…

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  • Mcluhan's Theory Of Social Media

    dynamic institution that reflects the needs, wants, and desires of society. It is constantly developing in rhythm with humans over time to cater to our informative needs. The creation of the internet, then cellphones, and social media portrays the rapid growth and changes of the institution. The 21st century is rapidly advancing and therefore, we cannot guarantee its future but we can predict it. The theories of the ‘hot and cool media’, ‘the global village’, and the ‘narcissism effect’ were all…

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  • Film Techniques Of The Sleepwalking Scene In Shakespeare's Macbeth

    Macbeth, a story written by Shakespeare, concludes a story in which has content that is shown effectively and expressed in a couple different ways. The films that were shown such as Roman Polanski, Philip Casson and Rupert Goold had their own techniques of interpreting Macbeth. In this instance, for Act 1 Scene 1 when looking at the witches, all three film clips are focused on the shots to emphasize the witches. For Act 2 Scene 2 when the clips are showing the post murder meeting of Macbeth and…

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  • The Man In The Grey Flannel Suit Analysis

    It is really easy to blame your financial difficulties on money. Yet what some people forget, is that this medium of exchange allowed us to create what we have today. Without something to use as currency there would be no society. A society consists of a group of people working together to create an orderly community. The creation of which would not be possible if the basic things that humans need are not satisfied. Money helps create stability by setting a certain value on all the commodities…

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  • Lessons Of Darkness Film Analysis Essay

    The film that I have chosen to analyze is Lessons of Darkness by Werner Herzog. I chose this film because I really enjoy Herzog’s film style, and I also enjoy how he uses specific shots and scenes to portray how he is against the gruesome nature of war and attacks. In this film, I have chosen two sequences where I believe that Herzog is trying to get his point across of the violence that come from war. For example, as Herzog uses the first sequence of the birds, to the bones of the dead, to the…

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