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    My journey began when I was fourteen years old and my friend introduced me to the online game World of Warcraft. At first I was skeptical that I would enjoy it, but my buddy insisted I give it a try. I chose to become a shaman, master of the elements, specializing in their restorative powers to aid my teammates in battle. I also began to study herbalism and alchemy, allowing me to search for and collect various herbs to convert them into potions. These potions could provide players with extra strength for a limited time, the ability to breathe underwater, or to cure diseases inflicted by enemies. My drive to play the game was fueled by the raids that only high ranked players could participate in. Essentially, a raid was a fortified stronghold where a group of ten to twenty-five players would enter and battle the most difficult bosses the game had to offer. Once I achieved the appropriate rank I applied to guilds for a spot in their raid group as a healer and potion provider. The most challenging raid at the time was known as Naxxramas, a necropolis infested with fiends and abominations. My first experience there was a train wreck being mostly due to my inexperience with the immense coordination and teamwork required. As a healer, if I made even one mistake and let a crucial teammate die the encounter could be over in an instant. However, this is the type of challenge I craved. I began to prepare for the difficult bosses by researching their abilities and crafting extra…

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    modification of these properties pave the way for future research in inhibitor technology. Introduction The inherent protection of metals and their alloys used in industry are of the upmost importance when it comes to longevity and reliability of structures. Many chemical compounds have been developed over the years that can inhibit the corrosion rate of metal alloys but cost effectiveness, toxicity, processibility and other factors limit the applications1. The need for new, eco-friendly and…

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    common sense that the way the individual was raised can affect the base of the way they live, but what if that individual was raised in a perfect home with no spankings or any punishments and was never around any bad environment. Let’s just say that this individual grew to be successful and accomplished all their goals but, for some reason, or no reason at all, committed murder. What could be the explanation of that? These individuals were never abused as a child or there were no signs of any…

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    Oxidase Test Lab Report

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    Then, two more tests were conducted. The oxidase test and the catalase test. The oxidase test was done using a sterile cotton swab and an oxidase strip. First, wet a part of the strip using small amount of water and then obtain an inoculum from one of the agar slants using the wooden part of the cotton swab and apply it to the wet part of the strip. Observe for any color change within 15 seconds and interpret the results. The catalase test was performed using the slant that was the source of the…

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    offend. In another study, Charles Goring found that he couldn’t specify any biological differences from criminals and non- criminals, but all those that had offended has a lower intelligence level (Rice, 2014). Genes and Chromosomes also may play a role into predisposition criminals. According to one biological theory, males born with XYY typically turn into criminals due to their condition (Rice, 2014). Those with such chromosomal condition often have extreme growth rates, learning…

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    An authour at Brown University, Deborah Baum, wrote an article about the “Warrior Gene”, also known as “Monoamine Oxidase A (MAOA).” Baum states that people with the warrior gene tend to “exhibit higher levels of behavioral aggression…” (Baum) in comparison to someone without Monoamine Oxidase A. Baum also mentions that you do not need to have the “Warrior Gene” to be necessarily violent and if you have the gene, it does not mean that you will be very violent; having the gene only states that…

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    sexual relationships with the older male and both groom each other suppressing any kind of aggression that could occur (Wrangham and Peterson, 1996). Unlike in other primates, this is hardly seen. The males must forcefully have sex with the females instead of having mutual understanding. That’s why bonobos are like humans. Humans also have an understanding with the opposite sex which makes the violence and aggression suppressed in the society. But it is also believed after a long animal…

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    alter it. However, Golding argues human goodness lies in simplicity but how is that possible if we are born evil? The idea that external influences or environment shapes an individual is scientifically proven, so there for a civilized society and economy is what's needed for them to remain the same. Golding mentions, including Jesus Christ and Mother Theresa, experienced struggling experiences in their journey but essentially grasped good deed qualities. This proves that the human mind is shaped…

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    situation ends (Comer, 2015). Due to the fact that the biological approach suggests that individuals with major depressive disorder often have low levels of the neurotransmitters serotonin and noradrenaline (norepinephrine), methods of combatting depression mainly include antidepressant drugs to rectify these low levels by increasing serotonin and norepinephrine levels in the brain. There are currently three groups of drugs that reduce the symptoms of depression: monoamine oxidase (MAO)…

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    Rab Prenylation Essay

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    its inactive state. It binds to Rab escort protein (REP), which directs it to the RGGT, where the Rab protein is isoprenylated by addition of geranylgeranyl pyrophosphate (GPP) group or farnesyl pyrophosphate (FPP) onto the cysteine. The REP then transports the prenylated Rab protein to its target membrane where guanine exchange factor (GEF) exchanges the GDP to GTP to activate it. The Rab protein can then associate with its effector protein, specific to the Rab type, to carry out functions such…

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