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All Pre Written Papers From The Biological & Biomedical Sciences Category

  • Titration Sodium Carbonate-Hydrochloric Acid Neutralization Reaction
    Description: Aim: The aim of this practical report is to accurately report on the process of titration and the techniques involved in the process. Specifically, the aim is to determine the concentration of a hydrochloric acid solution using titration techniques using a standard solution of sodium carbonate. Methods: ...
    9 pages/≈2475 words| 1 Source | Other | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Lab Report |
  • The Molar Volume of Gas
    Description: Data and Calculations: The Molar Volume of Gas Trial 1 Trial 2 1. Weight of Mg ribbon 0.0342 g 0.0350 g 2. Moles of Mg 1.41×103 mol 1.44×103 mol 3. Temperature of H2O 21.2°C 21.2°C 4. Barometric Pressure 729.308 mmHg 729.308 mmHg 5. Volume of Hydrogen 18.892 mmHg ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| No Sources | Other | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Coursework |
  • Bubbles in Soda and Why it Makes you Gassy
    Description: Carbonated drinks, or soda, as it is commonly known, have become one of the staple drinks individuals consume on a daily basis. To those who are not familiar with the basics of science, carbonated drinks are liquids with added carbon dioxide in them. They are usually added with sweeteners to appeal to the ...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 5 Sources | Other | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Lab Report |
  • Response Post on Talk about Microbiota and Celiac Disease
    Description: Dr. Uusitupa’s talk could be linked to some of the studies I presented. The reduced microbiota in the intestines caused by taking antibiotics in earlier life could indeed be a possible contributor to risks involving celiac disease. As the speaker discussed, the contents of the early gut microbiota can ...
    1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | Other | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Laboratory Lab Report on Human Anatomy and Physiology
    Description: The human brain is made up of twelve pairs of cranial nerves where they emanate from to reach other parts of the body such as the ear, eyes, hands, and legs to convey messages and effect changes. Impairing any of the nerves produces and effect on the functioning of one of the body parts. In this lab ...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Lab Report |
  • Baculovirus Expression Vector (BEV) System
    Description: This lab is aimed at cloning a tRNase Z gene using a Bacidiovirus Expression Vector (BEV), allow for the protein expression and further use the information to determine the amount of virus that can bring forth an optimum protein yield. In order to achieve this, a cDNA of the gene of interest is made. ...
    5 pages/≈1375 words| 6 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Lab Report |
  • Expression of tRNase Z using BEV
    Description: This lab is aimed at cloning a tRNase Z gene using a Bacidiovirus Expression Vector (BEV), allow for the protein expression and further use the information to determine the amount of virus that can bring forth an optimum protein yield. In order to achieve this, a cDNA of the gene of interest is made. ...
    5 pages/≈1375 words| 6 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Lab Report |
  • Analysis of PV92+/-Alu Polymorphism in Humans
    Description: This lab purposes to analyze and understand the bioinformatics of Alu transposable element at the PV92 locus of the chromosome 16 of the human genome. Alu are primate specific short interspersed retrotransposons. For this lab, in silico PCR simulation was done using specially designed reverse and forward ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 5 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Lab Report |
  • PV92+/-Alu polymorphism in Humans
    Description: This lab purposes to analyze and understand the bioinformatics of Alu transposable element at the PV92 locus of the chromosome 16 of the human genome. Alu are primate specific short interspersed retrotransposons. For this lab, in silico PCR simulation was done using specially designed reverse and forward ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 5 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Lab Report |
  • Impacts of Pollution on Marine Life
    Description: Anthropogenic underwater noise is now recognized as a worldwide menace, and recent studies have indicated a broad range of adverse effects in various taxa. Underwater noise from shipping is increasingly recognized as a significant and pervasive pollutant to impact marine ecosystems on a global scale. ...
    6 pages/≈1650 words| 12 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Paper |
  • Change of Temperature Effects on Yeast Cells Absorption
    Description: The effect of temperature on the absorption of yeast cells has been investigated for several years. Temperature is one of the major factors that affect the growth of yeast and consequently the yeast cells' absorption (Akinbobola, 2019). Just like other chemical reactions, yeast cells' absorption is a ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 2 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Lab Report |
  • Description, Prevalence, and Incidences of Genetic Diabetes
    Description: The disease burden of diabetes is high and increasing in various countries across the world. The diabetes burden is fueled by the increase in the prevalence of obesity combined with unhealthy living lifestyles (Fuchsberger et al., 2016). Diabetes is a metabolic condition where the body fails to synthesize ...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 5 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Non- ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction Treatment in UK
    Description: Acute ST-Elevation myocardial infarction, acute non-ST-Elevation myocardial infarction (NSTEMI), or unstable angina (UA) are the three major manifestations of acute coronary syndromes (ACS). The first step towards caring for patients with ACS is early recognition since therapy is highly effective when ...
    8 pages/≈2200 words| 7 Sources | MLA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Coursework |
  • Covid-19: Zoonotic or Bioterrorism
    Description: The origin of COVID-19 has been shrouded with mystery ever since the disease was discovered in twenty nineteen. Both medically-trained practitioners and the public have had compelling arguments supporting theory claims to the origin of the disease. Before getting to the arguments, some details that should ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 2 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Paper |
  • Experiment on Genetic Mapping by Transduction
    Description: This experiment is based on genetic mapping by transduction. Transduction can be used to determine the distance of genes to each other and therefore to map mutations on the chromosome. Gene mapping involves allocation of loci to a relative position on a chromosome. Gene maps are specific to a species and ...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 3 Sources | MLA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Role of Biology on Evolutionary Development
    Description: Evolutionary evolution is concerned with the collection and classification of living things using phylogenetic principles. It involves grouping species into more important categories that show lines of evolutionary decline rather than complete similarities and differences. DNA can contain information that ...
    5 pages/≈1375 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Paper |
  • Causes, Hazard Factors, Counteraction and Indications of Down Syndrome
    Description: Down condition is a hereditary problem caused when unusual cell division brings about an additional full or halfway duplicate of chromosome 21. This extra hereditary material causes the formative changes and fundamental elements of the Down condition. Down condition changes in seriousness among people ...
    7 pages/≈1925 words| 4 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Paper |
  • How does Experiencing Trauma Affect a Person’s Life?
    Description: In the days and weeks following a traumatic occurrence, people commonly experience anxiety, despair, guilt, fury, or grief. People's feelings usually fade as they try to make sense of what happened to them. Most people heal quickly with the help of family and friends. A traumatic event, on the other hand, ...
    6 pages/≈1650 words| 4 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Proposal |
  • Environmental Pollution Lab
    Description: The primary goals of the Air Pollution lab is to assist us in better understanding the link between air pollution and the combustion of different materials, as well as how society and industry contribute to the release of potentially dangerous chemicals into the atmosphere. Air pollution refers to gases and...
    1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Lab Report |
  • Human Dignity as an Ontological and Social Construct
    Description: There are two leading conceptions of human dignity. The first one, known as democratic conception (Song, 2015), views human dignity ontologically, grounding it on human nature as an individual rational substance. This view holds that dignity belongs to all humans because all human beings exist as individual...
    1 page/≈275 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Human Dignity as an Ontological and Social Construct
    Description: There are two leading conceptions of human dignity. The first one, known as democratic conception (Song, 2015), views human dignity ontologically, grounding it on human nature as an individual rational substance. This view holds that dignity belongs to all humans because all human beings exist as individual...
    1 page/≈275 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Human Dignity as an Ontological and Social Construct
    Description: There are two leading conceptions of human dignity. The first one, known as democratic conception (Song, 2015), views human dignity ontologically, grounding it on human nature as an individual rational substance. This view holds that dignity belongs to all humans because all human beings exist as individual...
    1 page/≈275 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Risk Assessment of Chemicals
    Description: Under the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) branch, the federal government is the regulatory body that determines and creates legislation that governs the quality and safety of food products. In the U.S, under the food, drug, and cosmetic act of 1938, food additives under section 402(a) can be considered ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 2 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Coursework |
  • Influence of DNA & Molecular Biology on Evolutionary Classification
    Description: Unlike conventional taxonomy classification that relied on morphological features, the modern classification system uses DNA to actuate organisms’ heritage and ancestry. Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) is the critical inheritance carrying molecule located in each cell’s nucleus. It is made up of four bases, all...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Silent Spring Book Review
    Description: Silent Spring is a book written by Rachel Carson in 1962. It outlines environmental changes caused by the use of pesticides. Carson views that nature was interconnected before the use of chemicals to control pests and animals. However, after ...
    1 page/≈550 words| 1 Source | MLA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Ecological Remediation with Plants
    Description: Ecological remediation of land with plants is an essential phenomenon in the conservation of land in areas threatened by degradation due to natural occurrences or human interference. The piedmont in North Carolina is among the most sensitive areas that require urgent measures that can aid in the restoration...
    10 pages/≈2750 words| 9 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • IQ Scores: Heredity Vs. Environment
    Description: An intelligent quotient (IQ) involves the measurement of an individual’s ability to reason. IQ is used to obtain total scores from evaluated specially designed tests tailored towards measuring and assessing an individual’s level of intelligence. An IQ scale between 90 to 100 is regarded as average...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 4 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Food Allergies and Chemical Triggers
    Description: The use of chemical substances in the food industry has been practiced for centuries (Andreozzi et al., 2019). Additives are used for food preservation and to improve its appearance or taste. Although additives comprise a small proportion of foods, they may trigger adverse immunological responses or food...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Antimicrobial Chemical: Distinguishing Disinfectants from Sterilants
    Description: Most antimicrobial chemical agents are disinfectants rather than sterilants. Sterilization and disinfection are both decontamination processes used to control the growth of microorganisms such as fungi, bacteria, and protozoans. Disinfection involves reducing or eliminating harmful microorganisms from ...
    1 page/≈275 words| 1 Source | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Gestational Diabetes in pregnancy
    Description: In recent decades, there has been an increased prevalence of diabetes globally, affecting individuals from diverse age groups and social contexts. According to available statistics, it is estimated that over 460 million people will be diagnosed with ...
    7 pages/≈1925 words| 10 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Role of Molecular Biology in Evolutionary Classification
    Description: Molecular biology, the field of science concerned with studying the chemical structures and processes of biological phenomena that involve the basic units of life, molecules (Britannica, 2020). This field mainly focuses on nucleic acids like DNA and RNA. Molecular biology has aided a lot in the ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 4 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Gas Spectometry
    Description: Mass spectrometry is a method of analysis used to confirm the existence of chemical species and measure the characteristics of each cell in those species. A mass spectrometer can produce ions from different types of ...
    3 pages/≈825 words| No Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Lab Report |
  • Biodiversity
    Description: Biodiversity, a short form for biological diversity, is a phrase that describes the diversification of life on earth and the associations between living organisms (Turner, 2018). This comprises variations among species, ...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 8 Sources | Harvard | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Paper |
  • Elaborating Pros and Cons of Human Cloning
    Description: Human cloning is the process of creating a genetically identical copy of a human. It also refers to the practice of creating copies of cells and body tissues of a human being. Human cloning is an issue of great controversy in the world today. The controversy surrounding human cloning has created divisions...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • The Effects of the Changes in Menstrual Length before Menopause
    Description: Women experience a variety of changes during the menopause transition period. The study by El Khoudary et al focuses on the menstrual changes that occur during the menopause transition period, in relation to the likelihood of cardiovascular disease development after midlife. According to the researchers,...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 1 Source | MLA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Evaluating the Components Used in DNA Separation
    Description: * Agarose: Agarose is the gelling agent, and the main component used in making the agarose gel. It is mixed with a buffer and melted in a microwave, this way the gel used to separate the DNA strands is made. * Electrophoresis buffer (1XTAE): The electrophoresis buffer is required for the passage ...
    1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | Other | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Evaluating Different Types of Microscopes
    Description: There are various types of microscopes, among them light, fluorescent, and electron microscopes. The most common type of light microscope used in laboratories is the compound microscope since it has two lenses that are used for magnifying the object. The ocular lens is the one that is closest to the eye...
    1 page/≈275 words| 1 Source | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Understanding the Diseases Being Spread by Mosquitoes
    Description: The information presented ties into disease and epidemiology because the video presents a discussion of how mosquitoes contribute in the spread various viruses that cause diseases such as Zika, Dengue fever, and yellow fever. Dengue fever infects 400 million people every year worldwide. About 700 million...
    1 page/≈275 words| 1 Source | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Identifying the Advantages and Disadvantages of Mitosis and Meiosis
    Description: Mitosis involves a total of six stages namely interphase, prophase, prometaphase, metaphase, anaphase, and telophase. Although the interphase is essentially not a component of mitotic cell division, it is nonetheless an important step since it precedes cell cycle progression. As a result, the interphase...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 2 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Coursework |
  • The Summary on the Recent Opiod Crisis
    Description: There is a disparity in opioid abuse in rural and urban areas. Although both are affected in one way or another, maternal opioid exposure is more devastating in rural settings than in urban areas. Neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) is frequent in rural areas. This implies that children exposed to opiod...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 2 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Social and Ethical Issues Associated with Genome Research
    Description: Social and ethical issues around genome research can be common and wide. However, these constraints and precautions regarding the public and society that researchers involved in any form of genomic study has to adhere to can be put in four categories as follows; Privacy of genetic information involved...
    1 page/≈275 words| 1 Source | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Why Forensic Biology is Required in Particular Cases
    Description: Forensic biology is the use of biological science principles and methods, usually in a legal setting. During a legal inquiry, forensic biologists examine cellular and tissue samples, as well as physiological fluids. These ...
    18 pages/≈4950 words| 12 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Exploring the Association between Gene Evolution, Gene Copy Number, and Amylase Enzyme Produ. . .
    Description: The purpose of the experiment was to determine the association between gene evolution, gene copy number, and amylase enzyme production. The study hypothesized that the amount of amylase enzyme would be directly proportional to the AMY1 genes. Furthermore, the study speculated a higher amount of AMY1 genes...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 4 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Lab Report |
  • Control of COVID-19 in Florida
    Description: The COVID-19 cases in Florida state government have already confirmed 403 cases. The government has thus issued directives to protect its citizens. As a preventive measure, people are advised to maintain a social distance of at least six feet. ...
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Paper |
  • Health promotion in Hispanic population
    Description: It is a sincere wish for every citizen to access quality and affordable health care. Irrespective of one’s community, people do all that they can within their means to remain healthy all through. However, some barriers come about in the process of health provision that often brings disparities in a way that a particular population becomes a victim. ...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • How Culture Has Influenced Our Behavior and Particularly Our Biology
    Description: Our customs and biology have always been intertwined. Customs and genetics are traditionally perceived as two distinct processes, but researchers realize that the two are closely interconnected, each influencing the natural succession of the other. Suppose we pinpoint how customs influence our genetic makeup and how similar procedures apply to other creatures....
    2 pages/≈550 words| 2 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Blood Count and Glucose
    Description: Myocardial infarction is commonly known as a heart attack. It is caused by decreased, or impaired blood flow to a segment of the myocardium. Deprivation of the myocardium with oxygen results in myocardial cell necrosis and death...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 2 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Ethical Considerations in Placebo
    Description: A placebo is mainly used in clinical experiments to determine the level of effectiveness of a particular drug during the treatment of patients. Treatment using a placebo involves influencing the patient's psychology so that symptoms of the patient improve. Despite the absence of actual therapy, ethical ...
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Other (Not Listed) |
  • Nervous System Development in Caenorhabditis elegans
    Description: Nervous System Development in Caenorhabditis elegans Biological & Biomedical Sciences Research Paper...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 10 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Paper |
  • How the Heart Works and Pumps Blood through the Human Body
    Description: The heart plays a vital role in all body functions. According to NHLBI(2021), the heart is the main organ in the cardiovascular system that carries blood to all organs and parts of the body. The heart functions without rest till one is no longer alive. The cardiovascular system ensures that blood rich ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Mechanism: The Process of Evolution
    Description: The population evolves while individual species do not evolve. A population refers to a total number of an organism of the same species that can interbreed. The population evolves since they have a collection of genes known as gene pools. As changes in the gene pool occur, the population will evolve....
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Paper |
  • Importance of Coral Reefs
    Description: Corals are invertebrate animals that belong to a group known as Cnidaria. They are found in tropical ocean water; for instance, the Great Barrier Reef in Australia ̶ it is 1500 miles long. Some corals are hermatypic, or "hard" corals that extract calcium carbonate from the seawater. ...
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Paper |
  • Genetic Engineering and Its Dangers
    Description: Genetic engineering is a scientific method of altering the nature and structure of an organism’s gene using the method of cell transformation. When an organism’s genes are altered it affects its characteristics (Angerson, 2000). Genetic engineering results in desirable effects and can sometimes result in...
    1 page/≈275 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Paper |
  • Many cosmetics contain hidden potentially dangerous forever chemicals
    Description: Cosmetic are synthetic products that are mostly applied on the face to improve appearance. Cosmetics is an important part and parcel of millions of individuals across the globe. As time goes, the demand for cosmetics is increasing each year. ...
    1 page/≈275 words| 4 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Paper |
  • Factors Leading to Childhood Obesity in the Central Valley
    Description: Obesity among children in the Central Valley has become significant due to various factors associated with lifestyles. The various factors include unhealthy lifestyles, genetic heredity, environmental factors, snacks, fast food, and sugary beverages. This text elaborates on these significant aspects...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Importance and Benefits of Coral Reefs
    Description: Oceans create important ecosystems for planet earth and for greater humanity. Parts of these oceans are coral reefs. Coral reefs make up only 1% of the ocean floors, yet they have enormous benefits to humans as well as the ocean species (Fujii, 2019). Due to their significance, they are often referred ...
    1 page/≈275 words| 4 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Pros and Cons of Genetic Engineering
    Description: According to Bao et al. (2016), genetic engineering encapsulates various artificial techniques to modify an organism’s genetic profile. Genetic modification techniques have enabled the manipulation of various organisms to create hybrids. The ethicality of the modifications has elucidated multiple ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Impact of Aging on Human Eyesight and Retina
    Description: Human vision significantly deteriorates with age. According to Saftari and Kwon (2018), anatomical changes in the eye cause a reduction in image processing, contrast, and visual field sensitivity. Also, the deteriorated eyesight occurs due to adverse changes in the structure of neurons, ocular media, and pu...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 7 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Paper |
  • HIV Epidemiology: Causes, Symptoms, Transmission, and Treatment
    Description: Since the discovery of HIV in the 1980s, it has continued to be one of the most significant public health problems in many countries. Over the decades, over 1 million victims in the US alone have been infected, while an estimated 14 percent remain unaware of their status (Young et al.,2017). ...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 6 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Paper |
  • Microbiology
    Description: Distinguish Enzyme Structure: enzymes are catalysts that speed up chemical reactions in a cell. Due to this function, they change shape according to the substrate of a cell they are in. It forms shapes in a cell as they perform their work of speeding up processes. They create a different shape for every dif...
    1 page/≈275 words| 1 Source | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Anthropology: Understanding Environmental Influence on Human Behavior
    Description: Based on the nature that the world is filled with a group of people in each corner has a deeper meaning and has led to further study and exploration of who the human beings are and their role during their existence. The study of human behavior with the environment has been studied over time...
    10 pages/≈2750 words| 1 Source | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Health Care Informatics
    Description: Informatics is the process of acquisition, storage and retrieval of data and information in a given field. In the field of medicine, informatics involves acquisition, storage, retrieval and use of medical data in different health facilities and organizations in a collaborative manner. In the past, health in...
    7 pages/≈1925 words| 5 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Proposal |
  • Advanced Health Informatics Analysis Essay
    Description: We have seen advancements in computers and technology in the augmented age. We live in a world of immense knowledge, and because most of it is practically instantly available to the public and free of charge, we've seen people come up with inventive methods to exploit it....
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Careers in Evolutionary Biology
    Description: Paleontologist A paleontologist is a person who is interested in gathering information on the history of the organic life of the world and also studies the fossils of plants, bacteria, animals and other single-celled living things (Jackson & Mcclenachan 2017) Majority of paleontologist are employed at...
    1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Coursework |
  • Biology Test Paper: Virus-Mediated Transfer of Cellular Genetic Material From One Bacterial . . .
    Description: The temperature at which DNA denatures depends on the number of hydrogen bonds between the strands. Adenine and Thymine use two hydrogen bonds, while Guanine and Cytosine use three hydrogen bonds to pair....
    3 pages/≈825 words| 6 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Coursework |
  • Annotated Bibliography: Geriatric Nursing Leadership
    Description: The article acknowledges that increased demand for geriatric services in the United States is inevitable. The inevitability is a derivative of increased life expectancy among Americans. Therefore, there is a high probability limitation in meeting the growing need for healthcare services to the elderly soon....
    3 pages/≈825 words| 4 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Reproductive System Analysis Essay
    Description: The reproductive system refers to the organ system that takes parts in reproduction and consists of the males' parts, testes, penis, and urethra. The female parts are made up of ovaries, uterus, vagina, and fallopian tubes. It is responsible for producing and fertilizing the sperm and eggs (Yoshimura & Barua, 2017)....
    9 pages/≈2475 words| 14 Sources | Harvard | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Term Paper |
  • Elements and Periodic Table
    Description: In the periodic table, arrangement of elements has played a significant role in the development of science. It has enabled people to understand the nature of the world by learning the properties, classification, and identity of each element. Also, arranging elements in the periodic table has a significant ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 1 Source | MLA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Exploring the Effects of ALC Mutant on Musculature
    Description: ALC is an alcohol mutant that affects body functions and activities. Intake of ALC reduces brain function and the development of the muscles. This paper aimed to determine whether the ALC mutant facilitates muscle growth and development or not. Hypothesis: Ho, the introduction of ALC reduces ...
    1 page/≈550 words| No Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Lab Report |
  • Do Animals have Emotions?
    Description: * Emotions are traits of all living creatures. Both humans and animals have emotions. * Thesis: All living things have emotions, explaining why they eat, sleep, move, and enjoy activities in their lives. * Origins of the debate on animals’ emotions * An argument has always existed on whether animals ...
    1 page/≈550 words| 7 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Annotated Bibliography |
  • Arguments on Genetic Modification
    Description: Genetically Modified Organisms refer to plants, microbes, or animals whose DNA is altered using genetic engineering techniques. The first GMO food products were commercialized in the early 1990s and have mainly been used in western countries such as the US. This technology has become more popular across the...
    5 pages/≈1375 words| 5 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Exploring the Neurophysiological Processes Involved in Fear Conditioning in Animals
    Description: All animals, including human beings, traverse a subtle trade-off throughout their lives. One of the things that are essential for the survival of both of them is forecasting potential danger/threat and taking the appropriate reaction. However, too much anxiety and fear can have adverse effects on other ...
    9 pages/≈2475 words| 12 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • The Structure of Ribonucleic Acid (RNA) Polymerase
    Description: The ribonucleic acid polymerase is an enzyme that is accountable for coping a deoxyribonucleic acid sequence into a ribonucleic acid sequence during transcription. The polymerase is made up of protein subunits and controls the transcription process. During the transcription process, the information that...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 5 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • The Importance of Coral Reefs
    Description: Have you ever looked down the ocean and seen bright, colorful plants swaying with the waves? Those “plants” are actually animals called corals! Corals belong to the group cnidarians, spineless marine creatures cousins to the jellyfish and sea anemone. The rocks commonly found beside those plants are corals....
    2 pages/≈550 words| 4 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • The Difference Between Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) and Ribonucleic Acid (RNA)
    Description: Deoxyribose nucleic acid (DNA) and ribose nucleic acid (RNA) are nucleic acids both in cells. DNA contains the genetic information of organisms essential for their functioning....
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Coursework |
  • Deoxyribonucleic Acid Replication Essay
    Description: Replication refers to a process by which a double-stranded DNA molecule gets copied to generate two duplicate molecules. Deoxyribonucleic acid is the hereditary material responsible for defining each cell....
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 6 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Science: Compare the Structure and Functions of DNA and RNA
    Description: DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) is a self-reproducing molecule that carries genetic information in humans and almost all other organisms. RNA (ribonucleic acid) is a polymeric molecule that acts as a messenger carrying instructions from DNA to control proteins' synthesis....
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Assessment of the Common Octopus
    Description: Lack of catch assessment information of Octopus vulgaris (Cuvier, 1797) has been a major concern in its Management particularly in Kenya. Currently, the common octopus has been listed within the “Endangered Status” IUCN 2010 RED List of Threatened Species. The study aimed to assessing the species catch ...
    1 page/≈550 words| No Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Thesis |
  • An Analyzation on Microbial Journal Article
    Description: Diabetes is rapidly progressive in the current times. Complications of diabetes can either present as either microvascular or macrovascular presentation. The classical presentation of diabetic foot is in the form of chronic, small, mid punctured wounds. It is usually found on the plantar surface...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 1 Source | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Article Critique |
  • Infant Development
    Description: Infants develop the ability to hear before they are born. In the womb, the infant listens to specific sounds such as the mother’s heartbeat, sounds emanating from the gurgles of the digestive system, as well as sounds generated by the mother and other family members. The hearing system of infants is well ...
    1 page/≈550 words| 5 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Approaches in Studying Tumor Microenvironment
    Description: This proposal identifies various approaches that researchers can use to study tumor microenvironment in a simpler and more effective way. The paper notes that the study of tumor microenvironment presents a big challenge for researchers, as it involves the interaction of between many and complex players...
    7 pages/≈1925 words| 9 Sources | MLA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Proposal |
  • Pros and Cons of Human Cloning
    Description: Human cloning is the biological process of genetically replicating an identical copy of a human being. It happens naturally through the process of reproduction, although scientists are in the initial developmental stages of making it happen artificially. The artificial process bifurcates into therapeutic...
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  • Environmental Degradation
    Description: Environmental degradation is a process in which due to human interference environment and its elements get damaged in every way (Raleigh, Clionadh, and Henrik Urdal, 678-681). This cannot be measured directly but the degree to which it can affect ecosystem. There are three main areas which get affected by...
    1 page/≈275 words| 4 Sources | MLA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Substantiation of Climate Change
    Description: Global climate change ensues when the Earth experiences new weather patterns over a lengthened period due to changes in the climate system. Global warming is an aspect of climate change that comprises the long-term increase in the typical temperature of the Earth’s climatic structure (Medhaug, Stolpe, ...
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  • The Importance of Organ Donations
    Description: Organ donations are essential in saving patients' lives affected by terminal organ failures and advancing the quality of life. For instance, a heart donation helps individuals struggling with life-threatening heart failure (Grinyó, 2013). It may encompass valve dysfunction and congenital disabilities...
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  • Evaluating the Educational Law and Governance
    Description: Bullying can be defined as a situation where a student is subjected to psychological torture by another student or a group of students through hurtful and mean words, making fun, name-calling, and purposefully alienating them from their social network, kicking, hitting, shoving, pushing and locking them...
    43 pages/≈11825 words| 7 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Paper |
  • Pollination, its Scientific Significance and Role
    Description: A fully developed plant has both male and female parts on its structure. To reproduce sexually, plants have to under pollination that proceeds fertilization to create an ovary that will mature into a complete plant. The process of pollination involves the transfer of the male gametes from the anther to the ...
    1 page/≈275 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Cymothoa exigua
    Description: The parasite exhibits a crustacean body form, and it’s divided into three regions, the cephalon, which makes up the head, the pereon that forms the thorax, and the pleon, which is the abdomen. The parasite has compound eyes with two pairs of antenna, and its jaws are in four sets....
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  • Experimental and Computational Study of 2D Gallium-Porphyrin for Photodynamic Antimicrobial . . .
    Description: The study will focus on two species of bacteria Staphylococcus Aureus, and Mycobacterium, in effluent discharged from the export processing zone (EPZ) Nairobi. The two bacteria are of interest due to the growing prevalence of antimicrobial-resistant bacteria in Kenya and worldwide...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 24 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Proposal |
  • SCI 115 Week 5 Assignment 1 - Biology Article
    Description: I have selected the article, ‘Nutrient-Control for GM Bacteria’. This article lies in the category of genetic technology and it talks about ways genetically modified bacteria can get utilized as a new management/control measure in protecting against the wild organisms ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 2 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Article |
  • Effects of Caffeine on Cognitive Functions
    Description: Caffeine is a Central Nervous System stimulant that is found naturally in plants like tea and coffee. It is widely consumed, being a largely unregulated stimulant, found in our daily beverages such as tea, coffee, and soda. Physiologically, caffeine works by binding to the adenosine, a neuromodulator ...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 4 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • The Locomotive Skeletal Changes
    Description: Vertebrate is a classification of animals that have backbones. The significant categories under this classification include fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. The contra group of vertebrates lack the distinguishing feature backbone. They are classified into categories of worms and jellyfish or ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | MLA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Homework Epidemiology Biological & Biomedical Sciences Essay
    Description: The study investigated the exposure of E. coli 0157:H7 disease in Michigan State. The study discovered that almost 64 people in the state were highly exposed to MDCH. Generally, the researchers found that the elderly and young children with less than five years are vulnerable to E. coli O157:H7 illness....
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  • ETHICS OF ASSISTED SUICIDE Biological & Biomedical Sciences Essay
    Description: Assisted suicide is a suicide taken with the help of another person ( physician) or any other healthcare provider. The action is undertaken once it is determined that the patient's health situation qualifies for physician-assisted suicide. In most jurisdiction, helping a patient to die ...
    1 page/≈275 words| 7 Sources | MLA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Atlanta Raccoon - Bibliography Biological & Biomedical Sciences
    Description: Rabies is the main diseases that the raccoon(Procyon lotor) contact, and it can be transmitted to both the wild animals and human beings. The authors try to analyze the contact structure of the raccoons according to the seasons and sex patterns. The analysis was made possible ...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 2 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Annotated Bibliography |
  • Understanding the Foundation Biology
    Description: Viruses come in a fantastic variety of sizes and shape. Also, the virus comprises both the nucleic acid and the protein layer that come in a variety of arrangement. Whereas the nucleic acid plays vital role in making up the genetic information as either DNA or RNA, the capsid (the protein layer) protects...
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  • Visual perception Biological & Biomedical Sciences Essay
    Description: At one point in my life I used to wonder what color-blindness is all about. It had at one time affected my personality and the self-esteem that I had at one time developed became something that I could not comprehend. Color-blindness is something that is genetically transferred and it causes...
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  • Polygraph examination Biological & Biomedical Sciences Bibliography
    Description: A polygraph is a machine that is usually used as a lie detector. It is designed to sense and record changes in physiological indicators, for example, the breathing rates, conductivity, and pulse of a person. A polygraph is not that accurate given the fact that some people can lie without an increase...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 5 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Annotated Bibliography |
  • Importance of Genetically Modified Crops Biological & Biomedical Essay
    Description: I believe that farmers should be allowed to produce gricultural world's latest developments for the required sustainability. This is because agricultural genetic engineering enhances nutrient composition, increases crop yields, reduces the need for pesticide...
    1 page/≈275 words| 4 Sources | MLA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Causes, Effects, and Treatment of Breast Cancer Biomedical Essay
    Description: Cancer that forms in the breast’s cell is known as breast cancer. In the United States, this type of cancer is the second most common cancer after skin cancer. Moreover, it is common in women; however, it can also occur in men. Furthermore, it is the main cause of death among women globally...
    5 pages/≈1375 words| 5 Sources | MLA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
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