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  • Argumentative Essay On Plants And Animals

    Plants can be the only thing that can stop humans from being endangered or extinct. The reason many people have made that decision is because without Plants there would not probably be any humans alive because of the lack of oxygen. Plants produce oxygen and other materials that humans use by using energy from the sun. Most people need to care about our environment and our treatings with plants and other producers because it can harm our species and it would mostly harm more endangered wildlife…

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  • Coal Burning Plant Essay

    According to David N. Oswald in his, article Coal Burning Plants: An overview, Coal is a significant origin of energy generation around the world, and as a reason of harmful gases emissions like carbon dioxide, its utilization became a discussion worldwide on environmental change. As Coal remains, valuable in the twenty-first century because it is available in huge amounts, minimum cost to access and easy to convert into heat and electricity forms. Coal formed from Organic material, that has…

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  • Plant Earth Research Paper

    RAMODIKWE OWEN DOLAMO 7200192 9307015851082 PAARLMEDIA COLDSET INTRO Plant Earth which is also known as the Blue Planet it is also known as the Planet of life because scientist believe that it is the only planet in the solar system that contains life. It is the third planet from the sun and the fifth largest planet in the solar system. It has its own way of protecting itself and life on it (species, humans and plants), it has a strong magnetic field to protect itself and life on it from solar…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Nuclear Power Plants

    fossil fuels as an energy source, and one way they try is nuclear power. Nuclear power plants have the potential to be very dangerous to not only the people that live near, but also the entire area. If something goes wrong it could cause an entire swath of land to become uninhabitable for millions of years, basically forever in the spectrum of human life. Therefore it is imperative that before nuclear power plants are built that the area must be not only be a good location for producing…

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  • Tobacco Plant Research Paper

    A Miraculous Plant The tobacco cigarette in its modern form is so ubiquitous, so seemingly organic, that it is hard to imagine a world without it. However, throughout the course of human existence, the tobacco plant was relatively unknown and unused. In fact, the tobacco plant, Nicotiana tabacum, was only indigenous to central and south America, and was initially harvested for ceremonial or medicinal practices(1). The earliest evidence for the use of tobacco in the Americas dates back to around…

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  • Nuclear Power Plant Case Study

    being a carbon-free method of generating electricity. In this assessment, we are trying to figure out the contaminant sources of the nuclear power plant. The biggest threat for human’s health is the radioactivity of the chemicals which are being used to created power. Generally speaking, the radioactivity usually comes from the waste of the nuclear power plant, which is created during the nuclear reprocessing. Based on the intensity of these chemicals, they are separated into 3 levels: 1.…

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  • Fresh Water Plant Case Study

    holds the fresh water making system shall be designed in such a manner to achieve 100% redundancy during installation. If the fresh water plant on board is less then 2, each plant should be able to produce and supply 100% of the ship’s total daily requirement. If the fresh water plant on board is more then 2, all plant should be of equal capacity with one plant being spare. 2) To prevent contamination of the water, the fresh water tank shall not be joined to another system tank containing a…

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  • Germination Lab Report

    when seeds undergo the process of turning into plants when the right conditions are given. These conditions include water, oxygen, temperature (some seeds may need a warmer/cooler temperature depending on the type of seed) and some seeds may also need a specific amount of light to germinate (https://extension.illinois.edu/gpe/case3/c3facts3.html). Seeds have an outer shell (seed coat) surrounding them. Inside the seed coat is the embryonic plant and the seed lives off of it’s nutrients until…

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  • Arabidopsis Thaliana

    It is well known that the temperature that a plant is grown in greatly affects the manner in which that plant grows. If the conditions are too extreme for a plant, then that plant cannot be as productive as other members of its species grown at less extreme temperatures. Such is the case of the pepper or tomato plant; if temperatures are too high for these plants, then the pollen these plants produce becomes inviable and these plants cannot successfully reproduce (Environmental Factors That……

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  • Brassica Rapa Seeds

    An Investigation of the Effects of Cytokinins during the Germination of Brassica rapa Seeds Germination is a vital stage in a plants life, but it also plays a significant role in other animals’ (including humans) life cycle. It is the process in which a new plant grows from a seed. Due to the fact that plants are autotrophs; they use the process of photosynthesis to transform sunlight and make their own food. Germination occurs in gymnosperms and angiosperms when the seed is using its own…

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