Smoke Signals

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  • Social Learning Theory

    Introduction I chose to conduct my internship with the city of Syracuse police department. During my internship I have studied and applied three main theories that relate to the city of Syracuse and the work involved with the police officers. The theories supporting the research and experiences gained are broken down from criminology and psychology perspectives. The four theories explained in this paper are, broken windows theory, social learning theory, conflict theory and rational choice…

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  • Achondroplasia Case Study

    differentiation of chondrocytes in bones; moreover, the negative feedback of chondrocyte production provided by FGFR3 regulates bone growth (7). Once the fibroblast growth factor is bound, an MAPK signal pathway is initiated by FGFR3. Furthermore, the MAPK pathway can now relay the extracellular signal to trigger an intracellular response. The intracellular response provided by MAPK,…

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  • Why Teenagers Join Gangs Essay

    Teens join gangs for a variety reasons from families, schools, friends, to what city they live in. Gangs are everywhere, even some of the nicest cities. Peer pressure, family, protection, and boredom are the main reasons I noticed that teens join gangs. In reflecting upon my own adolescence and witnessing teens joining gangs, I believe that all these reasons are closely associated. It seems as though gangs have no boundaries it affects the poor and the rich, small towns, suburbia, and some of…

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  • Rhodopsin In ROS Membranes Case Study

    These lipid rafts recruit fatty-acyl modified signaling proteins, increasing their effective concentration and affecting their function. Thus, such protein compartmentalization could be a universal mechanism for most adaptive cellular signal transduction (Simons k Toomre d 2000). In case of rhodopsin, visualization of this light receptor in the native ROS membranes by high resolution AFM indicated that it is not distributed evenly but rather localized into specific nanodomains, where…

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  • Tale Of Two Cities Caricature Analysis

    Caricature is a description of a person or even an object in which certain characteristics are exaggerated. Caricature is used quite often by Charles Dickens in A Tale of Two Cities. Many say that Charles Dickens created characters that are “flat” or one dimensional when using carituature in his writings such as in A Tale of Two Cities. Many say when Charles Dickens uses caricature, it leads to his characters being meaningless. The characters that he describes turns out to be “flat” or one…

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  • PI3K/AKT Pathway Analysis

    position of the inositol resulting in phosphatidylinositol 3,4,5-triphosphate (PIP3). PIP3 triggers the activation of AKT/PKB signal pathway. AKT is a protooncogene protein that inhibits programmed cell death through binding of BAX preventing it from degrading the mitochondrial membrane that result in caspase-induced apoptosis. Furthermore, activation of AKT pathway signals Rheb that triggers mTOR activation translation factor S6K, which binds to the large ribosome subunit and promotes RNA…

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  • Gang Allowances

    In every state and city there is always those type of neighborhoods that we consider or label as bad and dangerous. But what makes these cities so dangerous? Is it the people that settle in the neighborhood that makes them dangerous or the way media portrays them with the violence and segregations of organizations such as gangs and the crime rates? We see this occurring all around the world marking gangs as the number one problem to the situation. As a result we see many laws emerging across the…

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  • Service Learning Project Essay: Graffiti

    Service Learning Project Essay: Graffiti Graffiti is the act of writing or drawings illicitly on a wall or other surface in a public place. Graffiti is a problem often overlooked by many member of a community whether it is the everyday onlookers, the youth, or local law enforcement. Many people see graffiti as a victimless crime in which no one really is effected and this mindset has caused many people to perceive the problem of unlawfully vandalizing property as a harmless nuisance that can…

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  • Fiber Optic Sensor Essay

    nuclear power plants, where there is a need of evaluation and detection of radiation level and temperature change. The fiber optic sensor are application specific and are based on chemical and physical phenomenon which are then combined with electronic signals through more custom designed protocol. Thus varied uses of these sensors leads to the fragmentation of the market where these sensors find their application in Parameter measurements such as temperature, pressure, strain, vibration,…

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  • Essay On Advantages And Disadvantages Of OFDM

    Orthogonal frequency division multiplexing. 1.Frequency division multiplexing:- Frequency Division Multiplexing is a form of signal multiplexing which involves assigning non – overlapping frequency ranges or channels to different signals or to each user of a medium. A gap is left between each of these channels to ensure that the signal of one channel does not overlap with the signal from an adjacent one. because of scarcity of digital filters it was very difficult to filter closely packed…

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