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02 Oct 2007
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Lab Report: Fermentation

Essay - 2 pages - Biology

Fermentation is the anaerobic conversion of sugar to carbon dioxide and alcohol by yeast. It uses the NADH produced by glycolysis and “regenerates” more NAD+ which is then again used by glycolysis. The process of Alcohol fermentation is the one we will be focusing on. In this process...

02 Oct 2007
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Life vs. Politics

Essay - 4 pages - Biology

Thousands of years ago, before the thought of a cell had ever crossed anybody's mind, man revolutionized society with advances such as fire, the wheel, irrigation and the telescope. Man has now arrived at the next step, shall we say “the wheel” of our lifetime, stem cells and in...

02 Oct 2007
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DNA I & II

Essay - 2 pages - Biology

DNA technology is vital to our technological progress as a society. Without such things as gene therapy which is part of DNA technology many medical feats would not have been accomplished. DNA manipulation is used in many aspects of life, ranging from farms to hospitals and the gene cloning we...

02 Oct 2007
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Effects of Decreasing pH on Freshwater Ecosystems Inhabited by Snails and Salvinia

Essay - 3 pages - Biology

The ecosystem of a freshwater lake, stream, and river is greatly influenced by the environment it is in. Temperature, light, nutrients, rainfall amounts, species composition and organic or inorganic pollutant levels all differ from lake to lake, depending on the circumstances of their...

18 Sep 2007
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Cardiovascular lab report focusing on Amphibian Heart

Essay - 5 pages - Biology

The heart is an integral part of the cardiovascular system in the body of vertebrates. It provides the pressure needed for the blood to be pumped to different parts of the body. The heart maintains the flow of blood throughout the whole cardiovascular system. This in turn allows all the separate...

17 Sep 2007
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The Effect of Benzodiazepine Drugs on the GABA(A) Receptor

Essay - 4 pages - Biology

The GABA(A) receptor plays a vital role in the mammalian brain and is responsible for a large majority of inhibitory neurotransmissions in the central nervous system (Perrine 144). The GABA(A) receptor is a member of the ionotropic (ligand gated) family of receptors that uses GABA, otherwise...

17 Sep 2007
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Structural Explanation of The paradox between High Permeability and High Conductance in a Potassium Channel

Essay - 3 pages - Biology

The human body is a fascinating array of mechanisms, each perfectly sculpted to satisfy its role in the ever changing needs of our physiology. The various systems within us each rely on impulses, sent via the central or peripheral nervous systems, to coordinate everything from breathing to...

17 Sep 2007
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Osmolarity

Essay - 10 pages - Biology

One of the most fascinating systems of a cell or an organism is the way it deals with water. Every living needs water to survive and manages the intake of this precious resource differently. Water diffuses through a selectively permeable membrane within a cell by the process of osmosis (Campbell,...

17 Sep 2007
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Effects of Allelopathic Agent on Plant Growth

Essay - 3 pages - Biology

The experiment that was performed these past few weeks involved measuring the relative growth of a soybean plant that was planted based on how much allelopathic agent we used. Allelopathic interactions are very widespread in nature, and they are important factors in the mechanisms of the...

02 Aug 2007
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Effects of Gibberellins on Flowering in Grasses

Essay - 3 pages - Biology

For years, man has been trying to find a single chemical that triggers flowering in plants. Although this single chemical has not been found, several of the Gibberellins show promising results as an active florigen - such as GA5 and GA6 and possibly GA1 and GA4. Results have shown...

02 Aug 2007
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The Invasion of Bacillus

Essay - 2 pages - Biology

Beep… beep… click… click … this just in: A pandemic breakout of unheard of proportions. Is it anthrax? Or clostridia? It could be, but authorities believe the culprit is Bacillus cereus (49133). B. cereus is a cousin strain to both Bacillus anthracis (anthrax)...