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  • Heat Stress: A Case Study

    Introduction Bernabucci et al., 2009 described a reduction in feed intake by finishing lambs as a result of heat stress conditions. Dávila-Ramírez et al., 2014 hypothesized that the use of β-adrenergic agonists as a feeding management strategy to improve carcass characteristics in reduced feed intake lambs. Zilpaterol hydrochloride (ZH) use in steers resulted in the mobilization of tissue from visceral organs and directed these nutrients to carcass tissues during periods of ZH supplementation (Baxa et al., 2010). The mobilization of non-carcass tissue nutrients results in lower energy requirements for growth and subsequently lower feed intake (Reeds and Mershmann, 1991). However, Macías-Cruz et al., 2010; observed that ZH increases longissimus muscle (LM) area without effects on feedlot performance of ewe lambs. Objectives to test this hypothesis were: feed 40 similarly aged and sized (body weight) across 4 treatments. Materials and Methods Forty Dorper × Pelibuey crossbred 4 month old ram lambs (31.7 ± 2.30 kg) were housed individually in pens with ad libitum water and shade was provided. Ram lambs were adapted 20-d to pens and a basal diet before initiation of treatment. All animals received 1 mL injections of vitamins A, D and E, and were treated for internal and external parasites with 0.5 mL Invermectin. Lambs were individually weighed and stratified by BW and assigned treatments across BW groups in a completely randomized design one week before the experimental phase.…

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  • Stream Quality Data Analysis At Tulip Spring, New Jersey

    Stream Quality Data Analysis Abstract A Stream Quality Data was collected at Tulip Spring, New Jersey through a macroinvertebrate collection that had been used to identify the quality in which this freshwater animals were living. Collection and preservation of such invertebrates help in the determination of its water quality and capacity to tolerate pollution. Also a biotic index calculation was applied in order for the result of our findings giving a polluted water quality. The streams were…

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  • Girls Check Their Phones

    Group 1 of all females checked their phones about once every two minutes per person. Alternatively, each girl checked their phones about two and three quarters times in five minutes. This group had four girls. This group had a tendency of prolonged phone use. About half of the phone uses were longer than thirty seconds at a time. Also this group often included their phone uses to the other members of the group; for example, a girl would show the others a picture she found on Instagram or tell…

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  • Negative Aspects Of Urban Designs

    child-friendlier city. Th exclusion of child input in urban planning due to unequal power relations between adults and children is a key constraint for developing child-friendlier cities. It has been argued that city designs are often ‘child blind’ in that they are designed predominantly for adults with cars. As suggested previously, urban designs that evoke concerns for children safety can inhibit children from accessing certain public. In particularly, the reduction of children’s independent…

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  • Effective Assessment

    Effective Teacher A great characteristic of an effective teacher is to have an authentic relationship with a student. In order to do this, the teacher would need to have a great sense of observation, make a connection with the student, get the student’s trust and encourages him or her to learn the subject. Teaching is a complex profession because they have a large amount of challenges. Some of those challenges are large size class, inadequate amount of testing for some students, lack of…

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  • Scientific Method Essay

    Pre-Lab Questions 1. What are the steps of the scientific method? Briefly explain each. • The steps of the scientific method are observation, define problem, construct a hypothesis, test the experiment/ gather evidence, and draw a conclusion. Observation is the procedure of collecting information about events and processes carefully. It involves with seeing and hearing. Defining the problem is when you identify a conflict that requires a solution to be solved. A hypothesis is a proposed…

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  • Sociological Observation

    INTRODUCTION Have you ever observed the interaction of two people and based on their body language you arrived at the conclusion that they may have been divorced for a year, remarried two years later, and on the verge of another divorce? Ok, that may be a little too detailed and you have keen observation skills, but what about observing one individual? These are some of the times that we bring out our Sociological Imagination which is the ability to see our personal lives in the context of the…

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  • Personal Narrative-A Day At The Beach

    When the leaves have just about taken over the ground with a fiery, warm essence, I know it’s time I allow myself to indulge. The season is just around the corner, so it’s not torture to watch todays New Schooler’s post, “Nick Keefer: No Chimneys in PC” or “Skiing’s Baddest Bitch Joins Virtika”. It’s finally a measurable time before the air begins to flutter down white flakes of comfort. There is something so peaceful about winter that many people seem to just not understand. Ok, yes. It can…

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  • Disadvantages Of Skiing

    Two Surprisingly Different Types of Skiing Thump! That is the sound of my body hitting the ground during my first time snow skiing. Splash! That is the sound of my body hitting the water over and over again as I am trying to learn how to water ski for the first time. I have recently had the privilege to be able to experience both water skiing and snow skiing. I was able to learn how to water ski for the first time this last summer; I went snow skiing for the first time this winter. Even though…

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  • The Joy Of Skiing

    When most people think of Vail, they think of just skiing. When I think of Vail, I think of the diverse people, the food, the snow, skiing, swimming, and so much fun with my family! I honestly love Vail, Colorado! It is one of my favorite places that I’ve been to, and Vail is special to me because we go there skiing every year. My aunt lives in Vail, and we visit her every year when we’re skiing. Since I know the town so well, it’s like a second home to me! One of my biggest memories I have of…

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