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    absorbed by components, such as proteins and nucleic acids, as a way to determine their concentrations. Another application of Beer’s Law was its use in ascertaining the concentrations of nitrogen in seawater. This was done through the analysis of ammonia concentrations in oceans with the purpose of recording the nitrogen abundance for underwater microorganisms, such as vegetable plankton, to use for…

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    1a.) The bacteria levels in the Boston Harbor were higher 25 years ago. "Historically, poorly treated wastewater and discharge of sewage solids, or sludge, were significant sources of bacteria to the harbor, documented as far back as the 1930s." (The State of Boston Harbor: Mapping the Harbor's Recovery, 8) Now, the water quality is being measured by the MWRA to meet the health standards of making the water 1b.)With the respect of my parameter, bacteria pollution, I could attend the Boston…

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    Research Question: How do different concentrations of nitric acid (measured in molars) with copper powder (grams) affect the rate of reaction (measured in seconds) measured using a stopwatch? Hypothesis: The copper powder placed in the most concentrated amount of nitric acid, measured in molar, will take the least amount of time, measured in seconds, to react compared to the amounts of copper powder in other less concentrated amounts of nitric acid. This is as if the concentration of nitric acid…

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    the effect of global warming. The reason for the increase is mainly due to our population. People have been adding fertilizers that have been enriched with nitrogen to our yards and farmland. It is then absorbed by water or leaked into river oceans. Animal and human waste will also produce nitrogen that is leaked into our water supply. Nitrogen is involved in the production of nitrous oxide through scientists are unsure of the…

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    Water pollution is generally induced by humans. It results from actions of humans carried on to better self. These could be treated under the various activities that man engages in, that lead to pollution. The growth of human population, industrial and agricultural practices is the major causes of pollution (Eguabori, 1998). Water pollution becomes worse as a result of overcrowding in urban areas. Agricultural, domestic and industrial wastes are the major pollutants of agnatic habitats. Sewage…

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    Trevino, Elva What causes the Aurora Borealis? As electrically charged particle collisions from the sun enter the planet’s atmosphere and encounter atmospheric gases, a light show spectacle is displayed around the magnetic poles of the earth. The aurora phenomenon occurs at poles of both the northern and southern hemispheres of the planet. They are most commonly known as the “Northern Lights” and “Southern Lights”- Aurora Borealis and Aurora Australis, respectively. However, since the southern…

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    Five Research Articles on Biodiversity Succession in Ecology: Summaries Article 1: “Effects of nitrogen deposition on soil and vegetation in primary succession stages in inland drift sands” What kind of system was being considered? -They studied the Inland drift sands in the areas of the Netherlands. They specifically looked and studied at the Drethe, Veluwe, Utrecht, Brabant, and along Meuse. They wanted to consider how plants grow and develop during succession. The author’s hypothesis: -The…

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    Cancers are managed through effective nutrition to supplement drugs, and it is generally believed that good nutrition is effective in preventing and minimizing cancer. Indeed, many plant products including complex carbohydrates have been proven to have bio-functional role, including anti-proliferative, autophagy and apoptosis activity [25,26]. Pectin, especially modified pectins have been found to possess anticancer activity. The most well-known pectin in cancer therapy is modified citrus pectin…

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    The four nitrogen containing bases also stand for Adenine, Guanine, Thymine, and Cytosine. DNA has many different jobs that it has to do constantly to keep the body going. Certain genes in the body are controlled to be turned on or off, because sometimes we don’t…

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    Social Justice: As we have seen thus far, permaculture knows no class and is best suited in its nature to areas with more problems. It can provide jobs for people who have not been included or considered in the job discussion. It can be a safe place for children or grown ups in rough neighborhoods, and it is a great way to get teenagers involved. There is a woman named Pandora Thomas who works with people reentering the community after incarceration. She applies the first rule of permaculture…

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