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    Flea Research Paper

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    Whenever one get a dog or a cat one likes to play and have fun but sooner or later they will probably get fleas. These little pest can cause itching to someone’s pet and they can develop tape worms in the animal’s intestines if the flea infestation is not taken care of. Fleas are also thought to be responsible for the bubonic plague. This annoying parasites effects it host in some cases transmitting disease. To get the parasite off the host dawn dish soap kills the parasite and its eggs. If the infestation is in one’s house there are proper flea solutions such as flea bombs are likely sold in local stores. If the infestation gets to bad one should call a professional exterminator. Fleas are small wingless insects that live on mammals and birds…

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    Middle Ages Dbq

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    Politically, the bubonic plague caused an increase in the power of the guilds and merchants because of the increase in demand for their services. Noble landowners saw a decrease in their power as their workers died or moved to the cities. Kings made efforts to centralize their governments and economies after the bubonic plague, but they exploited national sentiment to do so. The Church also faced consequences. Many people saw the plague as God’s punishment for sins. This caused many issues.…

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    where there is a great amount of waste, they can sink into the garbage and rotten with the items. Another example is that with so much junk, the population of flies and rat will more than centuple. There will be enough flies and rats to lift a car or truck. Their fur and feces will cause havoc and kill billions of people. According to The People History, the price of a loaf of bread drastically decreased between 2008 and 2013. It went from $2.79 to a miniscule and unacceptable $1.98. This type…

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    Mealworm Experiment

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    Gather one flashlight, one shade cloth, six bran flakes, the container containing one apple slice, ten mealworms, one choice chamber, one sheet of paper, one pencil or pen, and one timer. On the piece of paper, using a pencil, draw a table with four columns and six rows. In the first column of the table, write “Stimulus” in the first row, “light (using flashlight)” in the second row, “darkness (using shade cloth)” in the third row, “six Raisin Bran bran flakes” in the fourth row, “two halves of…

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    Samantha Clark Timothy Hudenburg His 101/023N December 8, 2017 Morality v.s. Mortality: Exploring the Black Plague and Attempts to Prevent its Spread. The Black Death (Bubonic Plague) caused by the Yersinia pestis, a bacterium found in the blood of rats was transferred to fleas which would then pass it on to humans, was one of the largest epidemics in human history. Some historians say it claimed approximately one quarter of the population in Europe and West Asia by the end of the fourteenth…

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    The Black Plague is known to be one of the most significant diseases. It took place during the 14th century causing many deadly scenes, with an estimate of 75 to 200 million deaths and had a major impact on England’s social structure. Daniel Defoe the author of the “Journal of the Plague” was able to experience this tragic era of the plague and later wrote about the tragic moments he witnessed. Through the use of anecdotes he creates graphic images which describe the horror and gruesome scenes…

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    When reading “The American Holocaust: Columbus and the Conquest of the New World” by David E. Stannard I was horrified at the living conditions of Europe in the fifteenth through seventeenth century. Epidemic outbreaks of plague and smallpox frequently comb the area. Every twenty-five to thirty years the Europe was engulfed in great epidemics. In a span of several months, more than 80,000 Londoners had died from plague. As time went by the plague had materialize again and again, the Black Death…

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    Lindeman 1 Ashley Lindeman Mrs.Barozie/ Ms.Irvine English 7 19 April 2017 Bubonic Plague What is a plague? A plague is a contagious disease caused by a bacterium named “Yersinia Pestis” that can affect a large population. Plagues can come from a wide variety of animal species. The Bubonic Plague was also known as The Black Death. This plague was spread by bacteria infested fleas attached to rodents. There are different kinds of plagues that have been spread around. The Bubonic plague was the…

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    Bubonic Plague Speech

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    You can not imagine what I have gone through last year. A great bubonic plague epidemic hit London and led to the death of thousands of people. Recently, I heard some horrible news that the plague will spread to the Glasgow soon. I’m so worried about you. So I’m going to tell you something about my experiences, what will the life with plague be like and how to deal with it, so that you can prepare yourself mentally in advance. Before the situation got worse, I bought a plenty of food to sustain…

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    In Herlihy first essay the “ Bubonic Plague…”he questions if the Black Death was even a plague. He goes back and does his research and notes the medieval chroniclers failed to mention the mass deaths of rats and other rodents, a necessary forerunner to the plague - epizootics, also didn't mention certain characteristic that aren't typically seen in a plague. His theory about the plague was that the “plague was just combinations of several diseases; “sometimes [they] worked together to produce…

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