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    Earthworms Lab

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    digestive tracts in the worm produce molecules are natural buffers, because worms aerate the soil, leaving pockets of air in the soil, which increase the volume of the soil, and the earthworms would excrete casts that contain high amounts of phosphorus, nitrogen and calcium (“Earthworms—Crops and…

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    The emergence of cytochrome oxidase is considered to be a very important event in evolutionary history. However, not much is known on the development and emergence of this enzyme. Molecular data demonstrates how cytochrome oxidase emerged before the divergence of archaea and bacteria, and well before the great oxidation event. This paper proposes a research plan to investigate the origins of cytochrome oxidase. Background Throughout the three domains of life, a variety of metabolisms are present…

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    what is essentially the mixture of the firework together in a paste like mixture. 2. What are the most abundant elements found in the human body? Almost 99% of the mass of the human body is made up of six elements called oxygen, carbon,hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium, and phosphorus. Only about 0.85% is made up of another five elements called potassium, sulfur,sodium, chlorine, and magnesium. These elements are necessary to life. 3. Which element has the lowest melting point? The chemical element…

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    The removal of carbon dioxide in Recirculating Aquaculture Systems (RAS) has been an important topic of research due to the increasing amount of recirculating aquaculture systems being employed in the aquaculture industry. Carbon dioxide, as well as ammonia, are excreted by the fish and can be present in high quantities. Elevated levels of CO2 accumulation within the recirculating water could have toxic effects on fish. The maximum level of CO2 and ammonia that can be present in the tanks…

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    Unit 2 Project In your own words Discuss why carbon is essential to life on Earth. (150 word minimum response) Carbon is a vital element in organic compounds. Organic compounds are compounds that are usually located in living things.Organic compounds are very vital and Carbon is an elemnt that makes up organic compounds. Carbon helps organic compounds make up cells and carry out important life functions.Additionally, carbon can form strong bonds with itself and many other elements. This…

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    Her work supported by both first-hand and second-hand research. In her analysis, she describes the natural nitrogen and ammonium levels in soil, followed by an explanation on how synthetic fertilizers negatively manipulate these levels. She details how this manipulation negatively impacts the microbial ecosystems within soil, which continues to have harmful effects…

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    It is well known that phosphorus is a major growth limiting plant nutrient for completion of plant life cycle. The exogenous application of P as chemical fertilizer has been found indispensable for the maximized crop yields but continuously increasing cost and non-availability of phosphatic fertilizer is a great barrier to farmers. It is comprehensively reported that most of the soils are sufficient in total P content but the major constraint is the availability of P to plants because it forms…

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    Black-Eyed Pea Lab Report

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    Unguiculata, meaning it is a legume and in the same family as many other beans. The California Black-eyed pea has very few pests and diseases and is nitrogen fixing. This pea can survive harsh heat and drought but any frost will hurt the plant, they grow in temperate sub-tropical regions. All members of the pea family have a low sodium tolerance which should show more drastic effects with different amounts…

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    Abiotic Factors Essay

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    The abiotic factors that affect plant growth and development include topography, soil, and climatic factors. They are the nonliving components of the environment which, along with the biotic or living factors, determine the extent in which the genetic factor is expressed in the plant. Topography Topography is a nonliving factor that refers to the “lay of the land.” It includes the physical features of the earth such as the land elevation, slope, terrain (flat, rolling, hilly, etc.), mountain…

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    And I find chopsticks frankly distressing. Am I alone in thinking it odd that a people ingenious enough to invent paper, gunpowder, kites and any number of other useful objects, and who have a noble history extending back 3,000 years haven't yet worked out that a pair of knitting needles is no way to capture food?" (Gunpowder quotes), this quote talks about how the Chinese made many great inventions like gunpowder. Gunpowder is very important because it created a weapon of mass destruction that…

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