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  1. The Cretaceous – Tertiary Boundary (K-T) Extinction

    ABSTRACT Several mass extinctions have occurred during the Earth's history. The Cretaceous – Tertiary Boundary (K-T) Extinction caused the loss of at least three-quarters of all species known at that time including the dinosaurs. The cause of this mass extinction is a controversial subject

  2. ALIVE

    University Bio 1 – Fall 2013 Exam 2 Study Guide Cell Cytoskeleton Basic structure/function of 3 types of: Actin filaments Intermediate filaments Microtubules Membrane structure and function 3 components of fluid-mosaic model Why membranes are “fluid” Selective permeability of

  3. Kenya Wildlife

    KENYAN WILDLIFE In Kenya, one of the most important assets is its spectacular wildflife. There are more than 80 major species of kenya wildlife and over 1,000 different species of birdlife. Many visitors principally come to Kenya to view the superb and extensive panorama of the flora and

  4. Study Guide

    Name ______________________________________ Date __________ Period ____ Chapter 2, Section 1 Study Guide In your notebook or on lined paper complete the following information. Define the following: 1. Atom 2. Nucleus 3. Valence 4. Energy Levels (1st three) 5.

  5. Animal Trivia's

    Ants | | There are more than 12,000 species of ants all over the world. An ant can lift 20 times its own body weight. If a second grader was as strong as an ant, she would be able to pick up a car! Some queen ants can live for many years and have millions of babies! Ants don’t have

  6. Nurtition

    [pic] Welcome to Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital! You are scheduled to attend Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital General Orientation February 9 through February 13, 2009 at Birmingham Conference Center (see attached map for directions). Enclosed is a flashdrive with important Henry

  7. Gratio

    The History of the Golden Ratio 1/ What is it? Phi (Golden Ratio) as a mysterious number has been discovered in many places, such as art, architectures, humans, and plants. The "Golden Ratio" is a mathematical ratio of 1.618:1, and the number 1.618 is called "Phi". 2/ Where and when

  8. The Global Warming Myth / Hoax

    Hello. My name is Chris Dakin and I’m going to be talking about Global Warming today. When people think of global warming, they often picture a hole in the ozone layer, a smoke stack with plumes of smoke pouring from the top, or an earth where the environment is hot and mostly deserted.

  9. Extinction of Giant Panda

    The Giant Panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca, literally meaning "cat-foot black-and-white") is a bear native to central-western and south western China. The Giant Panda lives in a few mountain ranges in central China, mainly in Sichuan province, but also in the Shaanxi and Gansu provinces. It is

  10. Ecoli

    Escherichia coli phosphodiesterase (Ec DOS1), a gas sensor enzyme, stimulates phosphodiesterase activity toward cyclic-di-GMP when gas molecules such as CO2, O2, and NO gas are bound to it. There is an enhanced catalytic activity towards cyclic diGMP of 6-7- fold upon binding of the gases

  11. Eyewitness Report

    Eyewitness Report By, Sonia Zayas I have traveled the world and seen many things violence, war, protests and revolting but nothing like this. The religious war in Ambon, Indonesia, has been something that has captured my mind and disturbed me greatly. The city of Ambon is

  12. The Invention of the Stethoscope

    “The Invention Of The Stethoscope” BY STEVE ANTOINE SPC 2600 / SECTION 11 Monday, February 16 2009 Dr. Kenneth Walker Senior Professor Formal Paper Abstract This essay is written about the invention of the stethoscope by Dr. René-Théophile-Hyacinthe Laennec in the early

  13. Density of Solids

    Lab #2-Density of Solids An experiment always starts with a question. The question that started this experiment was “Does the size or shape of an object affect its density?” This lab will be talking about the density of five objects. The objects are a rectangle, a cylinder, cube#1,

  14. Prevention of Cervical Cancer

    Running head: CERVICAL CANCER Prevention of Cervical Cancer: The Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Angie Mason Georgia College & State University HSCS 5800 November 29, 2006 Abstract Cervical cancer is one of the most common cancers in women worldwide. The human papillomavirus (HPV) is

  15. Enzyme Activity

    THE EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON ENZYME ACTIVITY AIM • The main aim of this experiment is to see if temperature has any effect on the enzyme activity. HYPOTHEISIS The hypothesis I am going to use is: - • Hydrogen peroxide will form oxygen gas and water when it is broken down.

  16. Global Warming - First Warmer, Then Sicker

    In the article, “First warmer, then sicker,” there are some examples of the results of global warming. “Incremental temperature changes have begun to redraw the distribution of bacteria, insects and plants, exposing new populations to diseases that they have never seen before.” In Sweden,

  17. Organzional Behavior

    “Managers are the people who plan, organize, lead, and control the activities of the organization to achieve its goals.” (Mullins, 2007, page 201) Organizational behavior is a subject which can help managers in many aspects, “it is concerned with the study of the people’s behavior in an

  18. Spiking and Nonspiking Classes of Oligodendrocyte Precursor Glia in Cns White Matter

    Underlying the research geared towards developing therapies for demyelination disorders are the inquiries into which type of oligodendrocyte precursor glia cell can carry out remyelination. Disorders including cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury and stroke, are characteristic of a reduction in

  19. Rhabdomyolysis

    Rhabdomyolysis  Rhabdomyloysis is caused by mechanisms that affect muscles metabolism and muscle membrane integrity. It also involves injury to the kidney and by toxic effects of the contents of muscle cells. This muscles disease if not treated appropriately can become life

  20. diels alder reaction

     Lab 2B: Diels-Alder Reaction Zhouxiang Xu TA: Bhumasamudram Jagadish Experiment performed: Jan 28th, 2014 Report Due: Feb 10th 2014 Result: For the Diels-Alder reaction: Maleic acid is 0.002 mol 2,3-dimethyl-1,3-butadiene is 0.002 mol The theoretical

  21. Biosynthesis of Metal and Oxide Nanoparticles Using Lactobacilli from Yoghurt and Probiotic Spore Tablets

    Biotechnol. J. 2010, 5 DOI 10.1002/biot.200900221 www.biotechnology-journal.com Research Article Biosynthesis of metal and oxide nanoparticles using Lactobacilli from yoghurt and probiotic spore tablets Anal K. Jha1 and K. Prasad2 1University 2University Department of

  22. Disaster

    Well I made it, finally after 2 years of waiting, we finally got to go back to Crested Butt, Colorado. It was awesome I got to ski everyday even when everyone else went to town. It was by far the best ski trip I’ve ever been on. It snowed like everyday which was awesome cuz we had a fresh

  23. Brian

    Extra credit on “What is a man? What is a woman?” While watching the Barbra Walters show about the pregnant man, I found myself being really freaked out. Even though I was freaked out, I felt really bad for them. They were just trying to have a normal family and be accepted. It is kind of

  24. Targeting the RNA structure

    Volume 108, Number 4 Targeting RNA with Small Molecules Jason R. Thomas and Paul J. Hergenrother* Department of Chemistry, Roger Adams Laboratory, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois 61822 Received September 7, 2007 Contents 1. Introduction 2. Contribution of Secondary and

  25. Galaxy

    [pic] [pic] Chapter 1: First Sign of Water on Planet outside Our System For the first time, astronomers have detected water in the atmosphere of a planet outside our solar system. Astronomer Travis Barman announced today that he has discovered water around planet HD209458b by

  26. An Environmental Disease

    Bipolar Disorder. Bipolar disorder is an inherited disorder, and it is classified as an Enviromental Disease. It is classified as an Environmental Disease because for a person to become Bipolar, it can be because of a major setback in life or any traumatic event in their everyday environment.

  27. How Music Affects Your Heartbeat.

    Science Fair Project Problem: What types of music affects your heartbeat ? Research: You could check your pulse in either the wrist or the neck. Use two fingers your index and your middle finger. Count the amount of beats that your pulse makes in 10 seconds. Then multiply that number by 6

  28. Lab Report Summary: Hydraulic Joint

    Stephen E. Noreck MET 1100 11/30/10 Assignment 13 Lab Report Summary The purpose of the report is to demonstrate a flexible hydraulic joint which was inspired by the legs of a spider. The author theorizes that a deformable tube can be used in a joint in lieu of a hinge, akin to the

  29. Stonehenge - the Paleolithic Monument

    Anthony DeBarrows Hum 110/ MW/ 12:30-1:45 Professor Davies-Morris 2-15-09 Stonehenge The Paleolithic monument Stonehenge has baffled scientists mind for years and years. No one seems to know who made it or how exactly it was constructed. For the longest time, and some people even to this

  30. Sharks

    Sharks have been around for millions of years, but because of some events that are currently happening, our “vicious” friends seem to be disappearing. Many marine biologists, such as Charles Paterson and George Burgess, have began to notice a very rapid decline in larger sharks, and because of