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  • Explaining The Potential Genotypes Of Corn And Plants

    ABSTRACT: The purpose of this lab is to describe possible genotypes of corn and plants in procedure 17.2, and find their color and height ratio; in procedure 17.3 codominance will be observed in human blood, and the blood types of unknown samples will be determined. In procedure 17.4, Rh positive and Rh negative will be tested for in blood samples. A unit of heredity on a chromosome is called a gene. Mendel’s particulate theory states that offspring have characteristics inherited from their…

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  • Dermoid Ovarian Cyst Case Study

    Dermoid ovarian cysts, or mature cystic teratomas, are a nonfunctional type of cyst that forms on the ovary. This type of cyst is the most common type of germ cell tumor (Mo et al. 2013). This disease was of interest to me because I have had an ovarian cyst before, although mine was a different type, I had similar complications that normally follow a dermoid ovarian cyst. Causes of the disease and symptoms Dermoid ovarian cysts develop when totipotent germ cells become over stimulated in women…

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  • The Importance Of Greco-Roman Literature

    The ancient Greco-Roman legacy is filled with many things that you would typically find on a day to day basis. For instance, everyone uses the alphabet, whether it be reading or writing, and there is architecture, which is almost everywhere around the world. The ancient Greco-Roman world has made an impact on everyday life for everyone. We have a government and welfare system because of the ancient Greco-Roman world. That is a big factor in day to day life nowadays. The alphabet is quite…

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  • Essay On The Effects Of Poverty On Children's Health

    Effect of Poverty on Children’s Health Poverty has always had a momentous effect on society. It causes grief to all ages, but specifically the young. In the May/ June publication of American Psychologist, Hirokzu Yoshikawa from Harvard University, J. Lawrence Aber from New York University, and William R. Beardslee from Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital published an article on the effects of poverty on the mental health of children and youth. Each author contributed with…

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  • Environmental Racism In Literature

    Abstract: Environmental degradation and pollution are the most grievous problems today. Low-income communities are mostly affected by the related consequences of dumping toxic waste. This paper analyses the ways in which the wealthy create environmental racism and the marginalized work for environmental justice through the most acclaimed work of Sarah Joseph. Gift in Green portrays the gradual degradation of Aathi because of the invasion of Kumaran, actually the son of the same soil. The…

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  • Progestin Based Oral Contraceptives

    to determine times of fertility and infertility within the menstrual cycle. The biological observations may include, “vaginal bleeding, external mucus discharge, and presence of vulvar dryness as the biomarkers to identify the phases of the menstrual cycle” (McVeigh, 2013). Although the NFP method is very intricate and can be complicated, the biomarkers are scientifically accurate at determining which phase of the menstrual cycle women are experiencing. While the goal of the hormonal…

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  • What Is The Biggest Problem In The Third World

    Poverty is one of the major issues that the world is facing, especially for 3rd world countries. It is stated in the article “Poverty” from the website Wikipedia that it is the inability to satisfy one’s basic needs and wants due to the lack of income to buy services or the lack of ability to access services. This would not be such an issue if the people do not let its causes to bring out the possibilities its causes has. These causes in the first place are just basic problems. Like, there are…

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  • Accepting Schools Act Analysis

    general case is that poor people stay poor and that teachers and schools serving impoverished youth do not often succeed in changing the life chances for their students” (Berliner, 2013, p. 1). The cycle of poverty can be detrimental and inescapable, but education is meant to be the answer – the out from the cycle, however that is not often the result. Unfortunately, many of these students who were born into these disadvantaged circumstances often are also visible minorities and/or recent…

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  • Meiosis I And Meiosis: Four Haploid Cell Processes

    Meiosis is the process in which a diploid cell is divided into 4 haploid cells. Meiosis is separated into two parts meiosis I and meiosis II. In meiosis I, the first step is interphase and in this phase DNA is replicated. For example, in the diagram the DNA of big A, small a, big B, small b will all be replicated. This will create a doubling of the DNA that existed and will later be condensed into chromosomes. After interphase, prophase I occurs; in prophase I the replicated chromosomes pair up…

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  • Pap Smear Case Study

    Andrea, a 43-year-old G4P4 premenopausal woman, returns to your office after the results of her PAP smear indicate a concern, the test was done during the routine check up. She reports her last menstrual period was 2weeks prior to the visit. Her cycles usually involve of 1-2 days of moderate bleeding in which one tampon last a few hours, followed by 2-3 days of light bleeding and spotting in which a tampon or pad…

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