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    The aim of the activity the group performed was to measure and record the repertory rate after 2 minutes of exercise for 5 minutes recording the breathes every minute. Introduction: The respiratory system responds to the demand of exercise by making us breathe faster as the muscles in our body require more energy when put under more physical exercise. When humans breathe the body converts oxygen in the air into energy, which is then transported to the muscles by red blood cells, which allows…

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    Pesticide Exposures

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    important fact is that pesticides are also a toxic chemical for human. There are numerous types of pesticide can be used in the field, and researches stated that people will be affected if they expose to pesticides without proper protections. Moreover, some pesticides had been…

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    Folk Taxonomy Of Tipos

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    anthropologist have stressed that U.S. racial groups are American cultural structures that depict the way Americans categorize people, rather than it be “a genetically determined reality (Spradley and McCurdy 200).” In addition, there is no biological origin for classifying race based on skin color, other than based on biological or environmental variations in body form (Spradley…

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    Severe diseases in the human body have been causes due to pollution within the foods and liquids we consume on a day-to-day basis. The human body consists of many factors that help us fight against infection such as white blood cells, organs, tissues, or other cell substances. These factors that defend our body from millions of infection, bacteria, microbes, parasites, toxins, or viruses are all parts of what we call the immune system. So how does the immune system work you may ask? In simple…

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    and research, scientists will be able to utilize stem cells in a way that will be beneficial to cancer patients. Cancer is known as a group of diseases involving abnormal cell growth that has the potential to spread or invade to other parts of the body. “Cancer can start almost anywhere in the human body, which is made up of trillions of cells. Normally, human cells grow and divide to form new cells as the body needs them. When cells grow old or become damaged, they die, and new…

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    are the same in man as on animals, save for differences in degree"(Animal Testing and Medicine). It is a common practice over history to test on animals due to their similar biology to humans. After all, a mouse shares 98% of DNA with a human. It is also seen as more humane to test an animal with a new drug than a human. In fact, in the 1960 's the drug Thalidomide was put on the market before having been tested on animals. One function of this drug was to cure women from pregnant morning…

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    its unprecedented progress, gene editing in humans, especially in embryonic stem cells, is one of the major controversies in health and science field nowadays. In the article from The Guardian, “Genetically modified human embryos should be allowed, expert group says”, it stated that genetic engineering should be permitted to prevent genetically inheriting diseases, and to gain basic understanding of early embryonic stages and gene involvement in human reproduction. In opposition to this,…

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    Write An Essay On Insulin

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    carbohydrates, fats and protein by promoting the absorption of, especially, glucose from the blood into fat, liver and skeletal muscle cells. In these tissues the absorbed glucose is converted into either glycogen via glycogenesis or fats (triglycerides) via lipogenesis, or, in the case of the liver, into both. Glucose production and secretion by the liver is strongly inhibited by high concentrations of insulin in the blood. Circulating insulin also affects the synthesis of proteins in a wide…

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    Embryonic Stem Cells Essay

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    A stem cell is a “blank” cell that can be replicated and used for many disease treatments. They serve as a built-in repair system because they naturally exist in human bodies. They can become a muscle cell or skin cell to treat certain diseases such as Cancer, Spinal Cord Injury, and Parkinson’s disease. There are two main types of Stem cells, Adult and Embryonic. Adult stem cells are cells that can replicate and transport into location that needs to be repaired and it also helps us restore our…

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    Aim To investigate the effect of caffeine on the reaction time of humans. Key Words Caffeine, Reaction Time, Human body, cAMP, PDE, Summary This experiment involved measuring and recording the reaction time of test subjects before and after giving them a dose of caffeine in order to see the effect that caffeine has on the reaction times. Introduction Caffeine is a chemical compound with the formula C8H10N4O2. It is found in over 60 plants including the coffee, tea, cacao and kola plants.…

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