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15 Feb 2015

Conventional offset

Case study - 5 pages - Biology

It is the main printing process since the second half of the 20th century, ensuring good quality for medium and large print runs and just about any type of paper and some types of plastic (especially polystyrene). Planográfico process, originating in lithography, he makes an indirect impression:...

19 Jan 2015

Contributions of the dual transmission

Case study - 6 pages - Biology

Redemption is an important factor to grip the viewer to moral values upheld by the film. And redemption of the character is linked to the satisfaction of the viewer. Because we believe the films according to our religious beliefs related to our culture thus, we can see that the end of movie...

19 Jan 2015

E case study: Alzheimer's disease

Case study - 6 pages - Biology

Alzheimer's disease is a dementia disorder in the world in the elderly. Today the disease has spread over 860000 cases in France according to WHO (World Organization of Health) and that number keeps growing each year. Often referred to the twenty-first century, this disease attacks...

19 Jan 2015

The creation of the Vincennes Zoo

Case study - 7 pages - Biology

In 1860, the director of the National Museum of Natural History, Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, wants to create a schedule to the Menagerie du Jardin des Plantes to study the behavior of animals in a larger and more similar space in their environment original life. The project is mainly driven by a...

19 Jan 2015

Aging case study

Case study - 8 pages - Biology

Aging, also known as senescence, is a physiological process that causes a slow deterioration of the functions of the body. It is characterized general degradation capacity of the body: Psychomotor, immune or reproductive. He 'spares no area of the human body, whether skin, bones, muscles but...

24 Nov 2014

The growth and development of plants

Case study - 2 pages - Biology

In Indonesia there are countries plant species diversity. Circumstances such as climate and soil strongly supports the survival of various plant species. Therefore Indonesian citizen is obliged to be grateful for God's grace. Growth is the increase in the number of cells in an...

29 May 2014

Homeostatic Mechanisms and Malfunctions Leading to Disorders

Case study - 4 pages - Biology

The internal bodily environment is made up of physiological variables such as body temperature, blood sugar levels and mineral concentrations yet organisms are required to function effectively in this wide range of conditions. Homeostasis is the ability of systems or organism to be able to...

13 May 2014

Plastic-Assisted Suicide: How Humans are Killing Themselves

Case study - 2 pages - Biology

You are on vacation and you're walking along a white coastline on a hot August day. You're trying to walk as straight as possible, pretending you're an acrobat on a tightrope high above the circus floor. One heel in front of the other foot's big toe, one by one, slowly combing through grains of...

16 Dec 2013

Functional investigation of QPT promoters using a small gene family from Nicotiana, as the test system

Case study - 30 pages - Biology

The QPT gene codes for the QPTase (enzyme), which is found in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes. The enzyme provides the only route for QA metabolism and is essential in the de novo biosynthesis of NAD. It catalyzes the reaction between QA and 5-phosphoribosyl 1-pyrophosphate (PRPP) in the presence...

16 Dec 2013

Isolation and identification of egg white proteins using biochemical techniques

Case study - 15 pages - Biology

Human beings need a balanced diet of carbohydrates, proteins, fats and numerous other nutrients. Proteins are needed as part of a healthy balanced diet in order to sustain growth, provide structural support, boost the defences of the body and are involved in many vital body functions. Among the...

16 Dec 2013

Separation of Haemoglobin from Bovine Serum Albumin using the SDS-PAGE and Ion exchange chromatography techniques

Case study - 15 pages - Biology

Proteins are large molecules with polar and ionizing groups on their surface. Usually the pH affects the polar charges on the molecule, which causes the proteins to move to its oppositely charged electrode or remain stationary, depending on the buffer chosen. Many different electrophoretic...

16 Dec 2013

Use of selective and differential media to grow and identify bacteria

Case study - 4 pages - Biology

Isolating bacteria in the form of pure cultures is very important in order to obtain individual well distanced colonies which would assist in carrying out further identification and microbiological tests on the bacteria of interest. Producing these bacterial pure cultures can be controlled by...

16 Dec 2013

Malaysian soil-soil texture, pH and salinity determination

Case study - 5 pages - Biology

It is essential for farmers to ensure that the soil in which they grow their crops plants can produce a good yield. Determining the influence of factors such as soil texture, pH and salinity is vital to ensure such a high yield. Soils are physically a mixture of inorganic...

16 Dec 2013

Effects of packaging and storage conditions on the freshness of leafy vegetables (Brassica rapa)

Case study - 6 pages - Biology

A wide range of fresh horticultural products contribute to a major component of the agricultural food produce available for consumption nowadays. But these products are highly perishable and if correct post-harvest measures are not employed, it could lead to drastic reduction in product quality,...

16 Dec 2013

Effect of sucrose holding solution on flower longevity

Case study - 3 pages - Biology

Cut flower plants contribute to a very prosperous industry in many parts of the world. The longevity period of these cut flowers is a very important factor which influences the duration of the shelf-life of the flowers. Different cut flowers may have different longevity periods, depending on the...

10 Dec 2013

Categorization of seed proteins based on polypeptide size and protein solubility, to help enrich plant-seed based diets

Case study - 3 pages - Biology

Seeds such as those of cereals and legumes have always been widely harvested to fuel the ever-growing demand of food and have also become a vital provider of the essential amino acids that cannot be produced by the human body, but are needed for growth and development. Classification of the...

10 Dec 2013

Crop science project report: Seed Germination

Case study - 7 pages - Biology

Cultivation of many crops required for food production, depends on the germination of seeds, although there are exceptions where vegetative propagation is carried out. The seeds of legumes and cereals are themselves some of our most important food sources, but their importance lies within the...

10 Dec 2013

Lab Safety audit of A University Mechatronics Laboratory

Case study - 20 pages - Biology

Workplace safety inspection is important in maintaining safe working environment for students and staff in a laboratory. All students and staff are exposed to lots of possible incidents in the laboratory when rules and regulations are not followed. A workplace safety inspection or audit of...

10 Dec 2013

Risks and hazards involved with the usage of neutron generators

Case study - 3 pages - Biology

Radioactivity has always been a health hazard at work places and research laboratories. This became evident since its discovery by Marie Curie and others, whose very deaths were caused by exposure to radiation. This article analyses the precautions necessary when assembling and analyzing neutron...

10 Dec 2013

Cancer

Case study - 2 pages - Biology

Human body is made up of numerous cell tissues. In the process of damaging these cell tissues, can case various diseases in the body resulting to poor health of the victims. Therefore, it is important for human being to take the recommended nutrition that helps in the building and maintenance of...

27 Nov 2013

Personal review: Rare copy number variants contribute to congenital left-sided heart disease' by Hitz M et-al

Case study - 2 pages - Biology

This appraisal significantly evaluates and assesses the article ‘Rare Copy Number Variants Contribute to Congenital Left-Sided Heart Disease' by Hitz M et-al. This evaluation will primarily abridge the article. Subsequently, this evaluation will momentarily examine the efficiency of...

22 Nov 2013

The comparison of thermo-stable Alpha-amylase products cloned in Bacillus stearothermophilus and Bacillus subtilis.

Case study - 4 pages - Biology

The enzyme Alpha-amylase accounts for about 30% of total enzyme production in the world and contributes to numerous industrial applications, extending from general products such as detergents, paper, beer and textiles to clinical biology, health science and even the pharmaceutical industry...

21 Nov 2013

Bio-Fuel Enzyme Lab Report

Case study - 10 pages - Biology

When talking about enzymes, also known as proteins, you are talking about 3-dimensional structures in your body that act as catalysts, which speed up chemical reactions. If enzymes did not exist in our body these chemical reactions would be occurring at a slow enough rate to where our body would...

19 Nov 2013

Advanced technologies for rapid, large scale and cost-effective sequencing of genomes

Case study - 3 pages - Biology

While low-cost, revolutionizing computers and gadgets seem to dazzle our eyes every time we look around, a recent and fairly rapid progression in cost-effective genome analyses is drawing quite a lot of attention, the world over. Similar to electronics, the prices for rapid sequencing of genomes...

11 Jul 2013

An account on Chlamydia

Case study - 1 pages - Biology

Chlamydia is a STD (Sexually Transmitted Disease) and the causative organism for it is known as 'Chlamydia trachomatis'. They attach to the host cell with the help of specialized organelles called 'microvilli' which facilitates its entry into the cytoplasm. It mainly...

10 Jul 2013

Development of executive functioning and neural correlates of the inhibitory response

Case study - 8 pages - Biology

The human race is unique in that individuals have developed the ability to intentionally plan goals and change behavior as needed to achieve those goals. The cognitive abilities implicated in goal-achievement are referred to as executive functioning skills. These include planning,...

14 Sep 2011

The importance of ethnobotany, compilation of data and the potential problems arising from distribution of this information

Thesis - 4 pages - Biology

Undoubtedly, it is beneficial for the catalogue information for the sake of preserving knowledge. When confronted with any situation, it would be great to have all of the relevant information possible to help make a decision. Particularly when yourself or a loved one is ill, being able to...

28 Jun 2011

Analyzing Darwin's theory of evolution

Essay - 4 pages - Biology

As an intellectual Christian of this century, though I have had some training in biology more-so then the average intellectual, it is hard not to notice the work of Mr. Charles Darwin and the well detailed and grounded system of evolution. But he has made some major errors in his concept of man....

21 Feb 2011

Ion distribution across the cell membrane and the Nernst equation

Thesis - 5 pages - Biology

The cell membrane is essentially a bi-lipid layer that contains phosoplipids and proteins. The concentration of ions and certain molecules is vastly different between the intracellular and extra cellular concentrations in cells across the cell membrane. This is because the lipid bi-layer in the...

21 Feb 2011

Key mechanisms that are involved in expressing a eukaryotic gene as a protein

Thesis - 5 pages - Biology

The information contained within the DNA, in the form of a nucleotide sequence, is responsible for the production of the phenotype of an individual. The dna contains specific sequenmces of nucleotides, called genes, that code for specific chasracteristics. The basic concept of how...