The anti-hero is often a reluctant saviour - the one that we follow and adore in spite of his own fallibility and his fundamentally flawed human nature . He or she is someone who resembles ourselves , reminding us not only of the ambiguous morality of existence but also the possibility of redemptive change and transcendence ' Neo is presented as a character that is just simply average - he is a human being , like any other human being . He is accessible to an audience...
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Qur 'an which is their main scripture . The followers of Islam are popularly called as Muslims and they call their God as Allah . Muslims believe that Allah revealed the Qur 'an to Muhammad , their prophet , and strongly believe that Muhammad is the final prophet of God . Most of the Muslims witness the actions and teachings of Muhammad to be essential tools for translating the Qur 'an . The term Islam denotes a ``humble attitude of submission to God and his will...
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Phenylalanine hydroxylase (PAH ) Gene Background : Phenylalanine hydroxylase (PAH ) encodes the liver-secreted enzyme of the same name , a catalyst for the hydroxylation of tyrosine from phenylalanine , a rate-limiting step in the catabolism of the latter . This reaction only occurs in the presence of the cofactor tetrahydrobiopterin (BH4 ) as well as molecular oxygen and iron (1 . Mutations in the PAH gene are...
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Running head : DARWIN AND EVOLUTION Darwin and evolution Name : University : Course : Tutor : Date : Introduction Charles Darwin (1809-1888 ) is among the most influential historical figures and a naturalist whose theories have undoubtedly affected many generations . Darwin was born to Robert Waring Darwin , a physician , and Susannah Wedgewood in Shrewsbury , England . Darwin grew under the care of his father for the greater...
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CAMPYLOBACTER : AN ENTERIC MICROORGANISM Campylobacter : An Enteric Microorganism (Name (Institution ) Campylobacter : An Enteric Microorganism History of Campylobacter The initial discovery of Campylobacter was made by a German-Austrian pediatrician named Theodor Escherich in 1886 . His observation and description led him to conclude that these spiral shaped , non-culturable bacteria were capylobacters . In 1913 , Vibrio-like bacteria were isolated from the fetuses of aborted...
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In the early 1800 's , a mechanical calculating machine had actually been invented in Cambridge , England by a mathematics professor in the name of Charles Babbage . On the criterion of how revolutionary the invention was , I think no invention other than the computer can claim as much credit to the extent of the difference of the lives of people nowadays...
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Name : Due date : Assignment : Lesson 8 Title : What Can We Do About Antibiotic-resistant Bacteria ? Abstract This paper looks at the issue of antibiotic-resistant bacteria by focusing on the present data , ways on how this condition arises and finally proposing ways of how to overcome this problem . Introduction The discovery of antibiotics brought a new victory in fighting bacteria which were...
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New Testament times (Fundamental Truths , 2005 . They also believe that the first physical evidence of receiving the Spirit is speaking in tongues , just like the experience of the Apostles on Pentecost and as referenced throughout Acts and the Epistles . The belief in the Baptism in the Holy Spirit is one of the four cardinal doctrines of the Assemblies of God...
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Cobra Event Customer Inserts His /Her Name Customer Inserts Grade Course Customer Inserts Tutor 's Name Writer Inserts Date Here (Day , Month , Year ) BRIEF SUMMARY The ``Cobra Event ' by Richard Preston is a fiction -based novel and its plot is set in the city of New York . It revolves around biological weapons i .e . a living organism that is infectious...
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Instructions : Complete the questions below . Save this form with your last name , first name , and assignment title in the filename (e .g , john_smith_assignment1a ) and send it to your faculty member using the form on the Assignment 1b : Unit Questions Overview page in the course . 1 . Define ``homeostasis ' and explain how the body maintains homeostasis . Homeostasis is the natural ability of...
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Soybean Production . Production Process for Corn The process involved in producing ethanol out of corn involves several processes . The first step includes addition of water to grains which have been previously grounded Utilization of Bio-fuel Co-products .The mixture of water and grounded grains is subjected to high temperatures under the liquefaction process and alpha-amylase are added Utilization of Bio-fuel Co-products...
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Name : University : Course : Tutor : Date : Does human activity cause global warming ? As from the close of the 19th century , the average temperature of the Earth 's surface has been increasing through a phenomenon known as global warming . There has been an approximately 0 .4 degrees centigrade increase in average global temperatures over the last more than 100 years . The temperatures...
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An essay on the article : Human Evolution by C .M . Davenport Since time immemorial , numerous researchers have been done to explain the mechanism by which humans were able to evolve from being ordinary , defenseless creatures in the Eastern African savanna to being the world 's most advance and high-functioning biological creatures that have ever walked on Earth . Scientific findings suggest...
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Abstract Freshwater ponds allow minimal plant and aquatic animal life as compared to salt water in the sea . They follow different environmental conditions that make it conducive for specific species to co-exist in . The study involves the study of two ponds within the San Joaquin Marsh Reserved according to their physical conditions such as nitrate and phosphate content . A higher...
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A . The earth 's crust has fair amount of thorium and uranium . Uranium 238 undergoes alpha decay and the resulting Th-234 undergoes beta decay . The heat released is the energy lost when the nucleons reorganize into more stable arrangement . This phenomenon results to warming of the earth from the inside . The reactions are : 23892U 23490Th 42He 23490Th 23491Pa 0-1e The...
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Running Head : Global Warming Panel Experts on the Impact of Global Warming on Our Community Student 's Name : Last Name , First Name , Middle Name Saint Leo University Student ID : Instructor Location Date : Panel Experts on the Impact of Global Warming on Our Community This paper would focus on the development of panel experts to address the effect of climate change...
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Growth cycle of Organisms Growth cycle of Organisms Introduction The rice plant is an annual seed plant which is cultivated for its edible seeds . It belongs to the grass family , Gramineae , and has the characteristics of the grass species such as long and narrow leaves , shoots with swollen nodes and small flowers . Growth cycle of rice The growth cycle of...
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Lung Cancer According to Ahmedin Jemal , Rebecca Siegel , Elizebeth Ward , Yongping Hao , Jiaquan Xu , Taylor Murray , and Michael Thun (2008 , one out of four deaths in the United States is attributable to cancer (p .71 . In the United States alone , a total of 1 ,437 ,180 new cancer cases have been projected , and there are a total of 565 ,650...
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