Synthesis

Ideology and the Cinema

First, it should be noted that every film is political, at least inasmuch as it is determined by the ideology that produces it (or within which it is produced, which stems from the same thing). The cinema is all the more thoroughly and completely determined, according to critics, because unlike other arts or ideological systems […]

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Immunostaining and In Situ Hybridization

The study of gene expression provides invaluable insight into an organism’s structure and function; how it is that from a mere embryo genes can control which cells, tissues, organs and limbs will develop, providing the organism with the inherited traits that specifically adapt it to its forthcoming environment. Mutations of particular genes are sometimes associated […]

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The Effect of Stomata Opening on Plant Transpiration

The purpose of this study is to find the effect of covered stomata on plant transpiration. The experiment was designed to examine the changes in texture of four Devil’s Ivy leaves (Epipremnum aureus) affected by covered stomata and rate of transpiration. One leaf was completely coated with Vaseline gel. The second leaf was coated only […]

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For some people science is the supreme form of knowledge

With this question at hand, my aim is to prove whether it is reasonable, or otherwise, to regard natural sciences- Biology, Chemistry and Physics- as the supreme form of knowledge, perhaps for their nature, scope, methods, justification of knowledge and processes when compared to other areas of knowledge. Furthermore, in instances whereby natural sciences are […]

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The classical theory of organizations vs Communicative organization model

There are three theories of organization emerged in the early part of the twentieth century and still permeate certain sectors of organizational life today: Frederick Taylor’s theory of scientific management, Henri Fayol’s administrative theory, and Max Weber’s theory of bureaucracy. The Communicative Organization model is based on the assumption that organizational structure is created and […]

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What does the Faerie Queene, Books 1 and 2 owe to the traditions

In the latter stages of the sixteenth century when Spenser was composing The Faerie Queene, he had a rich heritage of literary tradition to draw from: not only the classical epic poets and ancient philosophers but also more recent Italian epic and the Arthurian legends, told in their fullest form by Geoffrey of Monmouth in […]

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The Civil Rights Movements

Clearly, Dr King had a large impact on how the Civil Rights Movement was perceived by other Americans and by people around the world. His ability to speak eloquently and thoughtfully gave him a high profile in the age of television. His speeches during the Montgomery Bus Boycott maintained morale among the local African American […]

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The Medicinal Potential of the Poison Dart Frog

Modern medicine is filled with drugs that have been derived from deadly poisons. The potency of these poisons in nature is no accident; each is a part of the organism’s defence and predatory mechanisms. Animal venom’s make a particularly good source of potential drugs as they are designed to kill or immobilise prey. Many poisons […]

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An evaluation of strategies used to elicit children’s ideas

I carried out my school experiences in a year six class. This means that the children aged either ten or eleven. There were thirty children in the class of ranging abilities and backgrounds. The classroom was set out not in table groups, like all the other classrooms in the school, but in rows. This meant […]

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Karenia brevis: Ecological Effects of Red Tide

Anticipating the blue waters of the Gulf and hoping to enjoy a nice sunny day, but instead it has been ruined by the reddish-brown color that now appears on select areas close to the shore and there are dead fish floating on the surface. Soon after, the overwhelming feelings of a cough, watery eyes, and […]

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Estimate the concentration of the cytoplasm of potato cells

The investigation which I am going to be carrying out is to estimate the concentration of the cytoplasm of potato cells. I will do this by investigating using the movement in and out of the potato cells through Osmosis. Osmosis is the process whereby water molecules pass through a semi-permeable membrane from a high concentration […]

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To investigate how temperature affects the concentration

I predict that if I increase the temperature of the orange juice, the concentration of the orange juice will decrease. This is because vitamin C is a fairly unstable molecule, and the greater the heat the more vitamin C molecules will be broken down. It takes activation energy to break down bonds and as we […]

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Who in your opinion is the true hero of Henry the fourth part 1

In Henry IV debatably the main character of the play is Hal, the son of Henry IV. Hal is disliked by his father but earns back his right to the crown through the events of the play. Hotspur could also be viewed as the plays true hero; he is the leader of the rebellion and […]

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Banana Plant Investigatory Project

Almost all people today use hair conditioners even i use hair conditioner because my hair is so frizzy. Many commercial hair conditioner today are not so effective so i came up with the Idea to make a hair conditioner. I can often see banana and honey at home and some banana are already going to […]

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Modern Cannibals of the Wild

The author, Basil Johnston, is trying to portray the connection between a mythical story from the Aboriginals and the way we are destroying the environment today, from his article Modern Cannibals of the Wilds, written in 1991. Johnston begins his article by telling a story about a habitat filled with many different species such as: […]

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Islam

Islam is not only considered to be a spiritual connection to God, but it is a way of life; how one remembers God on day to day basis by not only praying five times a day but also by abiding to the rules and regulations that he has bestowed upon adherents for prevention of sin. […]

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Hamlet – Textual Integrity

How has your critical study of ‘Hamlet’ shaped your understanding of the texual integrity of the dramatic piece? William Shakespeare’s famous tragedy ‘Hamlet’ follows a young prince of Denmark who after his father’s death, is confronted by his fathers ghost and sets out to prove his uncles participation in killing his father and marrying his […]

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The Grignard Synthesis of Triphenylmethanol

The purpose of this lab was to synthesize triphenylmethanol from benzophenone and bromobenzene by the formation of a Grignard compound with the reagents bromobenzene and magnesium metal. The bromobenzene was first transformed into the Grignard compound and was then reacted with the benzophenone to make the final product. The mixture was then mixed with sulfuric […]

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Au-Doped Co3O4 Nanotubes as Electrode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries

he use of transition metal oxides, such as Co3O4, as positive electrode materials in lithium ion batteries (LIBs) has attracted great interest due to their high discharge-charge capacity. However, the poor capacity retention of the materials caused by large volume changes during the cycling process limits their cycle life time. Therefore I propose gold nanoparticles […]

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Sports Biomechanics

Athletes throughout the world are always seeking to build muscle, enhance energy, improve physical performance and have an overall edge on fellow athletes (Wolinsky, I et al, 2004, Slater,G et al, 2000). Ergogenic aids can include nutritional aids. It also include pharamcological aids, physiological aids and psychological aids (Ferrando et al, 1993). Ergogenic aids can […]

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Relationship between religion and science

The relationship between religion and science has always been subjected to numerous debates as both fields are extremely broad. However, the distinction between them is exclusively procedural. For one, the scientific method takes the most objective approach to measure and calculate the things that happen in the universe. On the other hand, theology is more […]

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Technology, Abstraction and Ideas of Nature

Coming to terms with modern architecture, we must read through such seminal statements through their sensibilities and societal myths which they exemplify. Now, we shall explore parallel themes to do with new myths of modernity, poetic expressions of technology, the reemergence of abstraction, and analogies between architecture and other realms such as minimalist sculpture, landscape […]

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