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The Pros and Cons of Genetic Engineering (Cloning)

Four billion years ago, life arose on the Earth. Four billion years later, human beings begin to look into the secrets hidden ...

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quebam06VSU Published on 11/29/2007 3885 Reads Biology

Investigation into the factors that effect rennin

RESEARCH I know that Rennin is an enzyme, so before conducting this experiment I am first going to do some research into enzymes ...

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Sxyclr Published on 01/17/2006 3014 Reads Biology

Stem Cells: Could This Be The Cure For Cancer?

Stem Cells: Could this be the technology to cure cancer? By: Ali Ridha Stem cells could be the greatest medi...

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packsfan430 Published on 11/07/2005 1637 Reads Biology

Proteinaceous Infectious Particles

Over the years there have been many documented cases of diseases for which there appeared to be no cause. Only within the late 20t...

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Xerxes Published on 09/21/2005 1910 Reads Biology

How Your Immune System Works

How the Immune System Works The immune system defends the body from attack by "invaders" recognized as foreign. It is an extrao...

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Sheryu Published on 05/12/2005 1914 Reads Biology

Breeding Roses (this comes in handy for biology if your studying plants and need some extra credit)

Every rose breeder has certain more or less definite ideals or objectives toward which his breeding efforts are directed. Some o...

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Sheryu Published on 05/12/2005 1768 Reads Biology

vaccines

Since the first vaccine in 1796 for smallpox, made by Edward Jenner, modern science has managed to create vaccines to give us immu...

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sanjmo Published on 05/03/2005 2436 Reads Biology

Natrual Selection Informitive

Natural Selection Table of Contents...

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steinauf Published on 05/03/2005 1582 Reads Biology

Downs Syndrome

Downs Syndrome- A Chromosome Abnormality Aimee-Kate 3-2 In humans the Chromosome compliment is 46, however in a person with th...

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x-aimee-kate-x Published on 01/31/2005 1931 Reads Biology

ABNORMAL CLINICAL CONDITIONS

Dated: 14th January 2005:Time: 3:14 P.M. I have investigated numerous methods of study of biochemical techniques ...

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thaejas Published on 01/14/2005 1447 Reads Biology

Establishing the role of sodium chloride in amylase

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llior10 Published on 11/20/2004 1748 Reads Biology

Genetic Disorder: Tay-Sachs Disease

My name is Put your name.. and I am a carrier of Tay-Sachs Disease; my partner is also a carrier of this disease and our child is ...

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Sherodel Published on 05/07/2004 2061 Reads Biology

Germ Warfare

Biological or germ weapons are living organisms used for the military and intended to cause diseases or death in human, animal, or...

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lemonh7863 Published on 11/08/2002 2090 Reads Biology

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin, and is also know n as Ascorbic Acid. It was first isolated in 1928 by the Hungarian biochemi...

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adaTude Published on 10/01/2002 1881 Reads Biology

Presymptomatic Testing For Huntington Disease

Huntington Disease, (HD), is a hereditary degenarative brain disease. Usually begining in mid-life, cells in the caudate nucleus o...

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LoUiE Published on 08/28/2002 1672 Reads Biology

What are the consequences from human activity that cause algal blooms?

Streams, rivers, lakes, and wetlands contain a large part of our precious fresh water. Unfortunately they also act like drains, an...

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Adelle Published on 05/04/2002 1494 Reads Biology

Acne - Skin's Miniture Volcanoes

This purpose of this paper is to explain the cause of acne, give some examples, and how to get help prevent it. This paper will al...

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Ladyham50 Published on 05/03/2002 3158 Reads Biology

The Biology and Operation of a Septic System

Introduction to Septic Systems The septic system is a grouping of components working together to decompose household waste water....

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picco20 Published on 02/09/2002 1844 Reads Biology

Pharmacology

The word pharmacology comes from the Greek word for drug, pharmakon. Pharmacology deals with the actions of drugs on the body, dev...

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Stephie Published on 01/16/2002 1902 Reads Biology

Down syndrome and Spina Bifida - cause, effects and treatment

Many individuals are born with defects due to genetic factors. Some such defects occur because the child inherits a defective gene...

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chalice Published on 12/10/2001 1810 Reads Biology

Anemia

Anemia is a disease of the blood. Anemia is characterized by a deficiency in red blood cells or in the concentration of hemoglobin...

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gurly50013 Published on 11/11/2001 5347 Reads Biology

Skin Cancer: Melanoma

What causes melanoma? Scientists do not yet know exactly what causes melanoma skin cancer, but we do know that certain risk facto...

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alexxx_lev Published on 11/04/2001 1601 Reads Biology

Sickle-Cell Anemia

Sickle-Cell Anemia is an inherited blood disorder that affects millions of people around the world. It is particularly common amon...

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FirePits Published on 10/20/2001 8325 Reads Biology

Skin Cancer

What Keeps Us Alive Can Also Kill Us Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States. According to current e...

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FirePits Published on 10/20/2001 1808 Reads Biology

Retinoblastoma

Victims of retinoblastoma are infants and toddlers under the age of five years old. Many victim's symptoms indicate they have this...

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LANCEGIRL85 Published on 10/18/2001 2306 Reads Biology

Genetic Modification of Foodstuffs

Virtually every crop we eat have undergone hundreds of years of genetic modification by farmers and scientist in search of desirab...

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tommo Published on 10/05/2001 1966 Reads Biology

Evolution and Charles Darwin

Charles Robert Darwin has had the greatest influence on the world by proving the evolution of living things. Charles Darwin had fi...

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myusername Published on 08/11/2001 1412 Reads Biology

The Latest Advances in Drug Manipulations of the Immune System

INTRODUCTION In order to provide a detailed analysis of recent pharmacological developments involving the human immune system, it...

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eeyore Published on 08/09/2001 1475 Reads Biology

Anorexia Nervosa

Anorexia Nervosa is characterized by a refusal to maintain a minimal normal body weight. A disturbance in perception of body shape...

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skullcrusherz666 Published on 08/06/2001 1357 Reads Biology

Down Syndrome

Sometimes when meiosis ( the division of reproductive cells ) occurs, chromosomes may be lost, left behind, or too many may be pas...

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Whittee999 Published on 05/13/2001 2088 Reads Biology