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    Du Test By Tube Method

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    Title: Du Test by Tube Method Aim: To perform the Du test by tube method Introduction: The D antigen is the most immunogenic antigen in the Rhesus blood group system. Rhesus positivity and negativity indicate the presence or absence of the D antigen on the surface of red blood cell. Du test is the further testing that is done to identify Weak D antigen when the cells being tested have failed to react with anti-D antisera at immediate spin. An indirect antiglobulin test is essential to identify patients with the Weak D antigen. The red blood cells are incubated at 37˚C with anti-D and then tested with anti-human globulin (AHG) reagent. This test is done on prenatal patients and candidates for Rhesus immune globulin. Du is also done on Rhesus negative patients to ensure they are truly Rhesus negative. It may or may not be done routinely on Rh negative candidates for transfusion, depending on the policy of the transfusing institution. If…

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    Animal Testing Research

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    substitution method. This research concludes that animal testing can be both beneficial but also very crucial, should be banned at some point; however, the substitute method has found some defect which leads that medical researchers should modify the substitute method in order to animal testing to be substituted. Introduction The 20th century was a century of big change. More people got engaged in interest toward the cosmetic products ingredients and more people shown passion for animal…

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    machine is for a laboratory based test which is performed under controlled conditions indoors and the sit and reach test is a field based tests though it can be performed indoors too. When testing the validity of the sit and reach test it is hard to be accurate with the results because other factors such as the measurement or the individual’s arm length can play a vital role when it comes to the validity. If the performer isn’t able to get the same results when performing the same test then the…

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    personally agree with the writer’s viewpoint and feel as though our current methods of measurement in both the healthcare and educational fields are incorrect; with issues and metrics of greater importance being overlooked due to an excessive amount of measurement. However, the methods can be corrected to properly capture the numerical data each field needs. Measurement practices were implemented as a way for both healthcare and education to increase their productivity levels as well as their…

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    individual’s attitude towards the act. Of course, the amount of risk and perceived reward affects how likely a person is to cheat, but the motivation must be present. Using someone else’s written work for assignment would be considered plagiarism in all cases within college and after, and even in most cases within high school. Most students are taught this idea early on in their education, but rarely is this type of cheating behavior disapproved with such conviction. There should be the same…

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    Vertical Jump Test Paper

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    METHODS Experimental Approach to the Problem This study was aimed to statistically analyze multiple 1RM strength qualities of Division-I offensive and defensive American Football linemen. The 1RM strength tests for the back squat and power clean, and vertical jump test will be analyzed in relation to the linear twenty-yard sprint time of Division-I American football offensive and defensive line athletes. The 1RM squat was used for absolute strength testing, as it is the suggested and widely…

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    Volleyball Training

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    official matches, as well as in friendly matches (Ciulea 2015). The research conducted from their experiment consisted of an exercise routine specifically formulated to optimize the physical conditioning of young female volleyball players from the ages of 16-18 in Romania. Their objective, experimenting with a conditioning program aiming to increase physical strength, motor capacity, and of course improve the overall performance of these young athletes. To test their hypothesis, Ciulea and…

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    Carey Zimmer Lab

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    Astronomy Practical – Carey Zimmer The aim of this experiment is to verify the inverse square law involving the light from the globe of an optics kit (The star) and a light meter placed some distance away. This is to be done by analysing the relationship between the source and the detector. Hypothesis: If the distance between a light source and a light meter increases, then the amount of Lux recorded on the light meter will decrease. Materials: • Light box kit • Power supply • Meter ruler •…

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    to function properly. Metabolic rate is typically defined as the amount of energy the organism is currently using to maintain the activity (Perkin, 2015). Since metabolism is a key in sustaining the organisms’ life, we decided to investigate the experiment about metabolic rate caterpillar, Manduca sexta. There are many techniques used to measuring the metabolic rate, but there are only best method that can be done in laboratory: “quantification of heat production and quantification of gas…

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    guardian to sign. Method After I receive the consent forms each sixth grade class will be assigned randomly to the experimental and control group. For this experimental design, it would be best to create a new bullying prevention program that is appropriate for middle school children and interactive. The program would be for twelve weeks, during advisory period. Each lesson would be approximately 35 minutes and they would have one lesson per week. Before the sixth graders receive their first…

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