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Current and Future Anti-platelet Agents

Given the pivotal role of platelets in atherosclerosis, platelet inhibition provides major benefits in the treatment of atherosclerotic disease, both in the acute and preventative settings. Several targets have proven suitable therapeutic targets. Figure 11.3 schematically illustrates the mechanism of[...]

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Influential Solutions to the Negative Effects of Genetically Modified Organisms on Human Health

A Proposal to Investigate Influential Solutions to the Negative Effects of Genetically Modified Organisms on Human Health in America Introduction Technology has improved a lot, so genetically modified food is being created for human and animal consumption by using latest[...]

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How Does Single Parents’ Living Status Affect Their Daily Coping Strategies For Maintaining Mental Wellbeing?

Abstract The paper aims to investigate how single parents’ living in poverty adopt their daily coping strategies to solve difficulties and minimize their psychological impacts to maintain mental wellbeing. This report employs explore 2 female single parents transcripts from an[...]

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Social Darwinism, Scientific Racism, and the Metaphysics of Race

Tracing the philosophical underpinnings of scientific racism front the early work ofhereditarians Darwin, Spencer, and Sumner, to the intelligence testing movement led by Gallon and Binet, and lastly to the contemporary race and IQ studies of Jensen, Herrnstein, and Murray,[...]

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Counselling Practise Theoretical Assessment

In this assignment I will look at how I would prepare for and set up a counselling practice. I will look at what are the essential requirements for a successful private practice and what will contribute to the quality of[...]

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Characterization of an enzyme

Enzyme is a protein molecule that acts as the biological catalyst of chemical reaction where the substrates are converted into products. With the aids of enzyme, the rate of reaction will be increased since the enzyme provides an alternative pathway[...]

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There is a lot to be gained by studying a topic in psychology from more than one perspective

‘There is a lot to be gained by studying a topic in psychology from more than one perspective.’ Discuss this claim drawing on Chapters 2 and 3 from Book 2 to illustrate your points. What is it that makes us[...]

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Construction of a food web based on the species located in the Clyde Sea

Introduction We will be sampling the waters of the Clyde Sea to attempt to create a food web of the plankton recorded. We will examine the relationship between key species and inorganic and organic mater found in the waters. The[...]

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How plants have adapted or become acclimated to shade.

Plants which grow in shady conditions have altered structurally and biochemically in order to cope with the low levels of light and harvest it efficiently. Low level light is rich in far-red light and plants have also adapted to make[...]

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Modalities For The Diagnosis Of Spontaneous Bacterial Peritonitis

Spontaneous bacterial peritoneal inflammation is a life endangering complication in patients with cirrhosis. It has been defined as an ascitic fluid infection without an apparent intraabdominal surgically treatable beginning. [ 1 ] The prevalence of SBP in hospitalized patients with[...]

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Hypothesis-based Science

A hypothesis is a proposed explanation or answer to a problem or question. One stipulation for a good hypothesis is that it must be testable. Science demands for actual data and facts to be used when testing a hypothesis. If[...]

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F & N coursework sample

COURSEWORK TASK 1 1. Eggs are an important food for different people. Show how eggs can be included in different ways in a variety of dishes. Eggs as an important food The types of eggs? – Hen eggs, quail eggs,[...]

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Biodiversity – reaction paper

On February 20, 2003, Distinguished Scholar-Teacher Dale Bottrell from the Department of Entomology made a presentation on biodiversity. Biodiversity in simplest terms is variation amongst species, and, as Dr. Bottrell pointed out, it is a natural phenomenon which has its[...]

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Studying the Effect of Salt on Cress Germination

Initial Method Prepare 8 sterile Petri dishes with a perfectly fitting circle of cotton wool and filter paper, this will sit on top of the wool A control dish must also be set up using the same steps as above[...]

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Investigating respiration of maggots

Aim: The aim of my investigation is to see how the rate of respiration of some maggots differs between room temperature and other temperatures, in terms of volume of oxygen produced. Simple Prediction I predict that as I raise the[...]

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Biology coursework planning – the effect of lead chloride on the growth of cress seeds

Aim: To investigate the effect of different concentrations of a heavy metal chloride, namely lead chloride, on the growth of cress seeds. Introduction: Heavy metals compounds, such as lead chloride are able to dissolve in rain and enter the soils[...]

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Effect of nitrate concentration on the growth of Duckweeds

At the beginning of the experiment, I put on a lab coat to protect myself from any danger that may occur. I made sure that all my equipments were clean and dry before I started, and I also measured the[...]

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The Wrongness of Searle’s Biological Naturalism: Jaegwon Kim

Jaegwon Kim criticizes John Searleā€™s biological naturalism for the problem of causal overdetermination. Kim suggests the identity-theory to clean up the mess, but Searle responds with an incoherent recapitulation of his biological naturalism using two senses of causation as a[...]

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