Samples "Biology"

Biology

One of the aims of social psychology is to understand the factors that contribute to human behavior. There have been many variables that have been attributed to the development of personality, including culture, biology, and the social environment in which a person grows up. The biological approach to social psychology...

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Colchicine is a plant that is derived from Colchicum autumnale. Mostly, the plant is called autumn crocus. The scientific name is Colchicum autumnale L. Other species include Colchicum speciosum and Bulbocodium vernum L (Walia, 2016). It is a flower that looks like crocuses, but blossoms in autumn. Sometimes it is...

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My five semesters as an undergraduate at the University of Maryland studying Neurobiology & Physiology has provided me the opportunity to work in a variety of laboratory and research settings. My experiences have allowed me to build on laboratory basics such as using a centrifuge, fractional distillation, using a separatory...

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The story explored in this paper is that explores the question “why are there so many bug species but very few human species?” The article was derived from the phys.org website and was written by Darren Curnoe about the research carried out by Joshua Scholl and John Wiens. The question...

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Cell membranes form the outer, but living boundary of a cell. As such, the membrane plays roles such as regulating molecule passage in and out of a cell hence maintaining cellular homeostasis, and regulating a cell’s mechanical strength and shape. In this context, a review of the structure of a...

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According to the National Institutes of Health (2010), the Human Genome project began after Watson and Crick discovered the helix structure of human deoxyribonucleic acid (otherwise known as DNA) in 1953. From this point forward, the study of DNA has advanced with researchers setting out to map the human genome....

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All the people involved in the situation described in the case study rely on their own vision of the moral status of the fetus that determines their position on whether the abortion should take place. Thus, for example, Maria stands on the biblical defense which suggests that “the human embryo...

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Introduction Light exerts an important influence on plant growth and survival. Photosynthesis is the means by which plants are generating energy, and it is conceivable that they also use light to produce growth patterns (Reece 189). However, when a plant develops and starts growing from a seed, other environmental factors,...

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Perhaps the most interesting thing from the reading is the issue of resilience and the adaptation capacity of various sites in relation to climate change, but at the same time maintaining diversity. In this case, the authors also point out that the species on these sites after a hundred years...

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