• How to Write a Lab Report
    What this handout is about This handout provides a general guide to writing reports about scientific research you've performed. In addition to describing the conventional rules about the format and content of a lab report, we'll also attempt to convey why these rules exist, so you'll get a cleare...
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  • Diffusion Lab Report
    Abstract: The importance of this computerized simulation study was to gain an understanding of the processes that account for the movement of substances across the plasma membrane, and to indicate the driving force for each. This may also be applied to the study of transport mechanisms in living me...
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  • Diffusion Through a Membrane Lab
    Diffusion through a Membrane Introduction Molecules are constantly moving. They move in straight lines unless they are deflected by other molecules or obstacles in their environment. Diffusion is the process by which the collisions between molecules cause them to continually spread ap...
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  • Lewis Carroll
    Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (pronounced /ˈdɒdsən/, DOD-sən; 27 January 1832 – 14 January 1898), better known by the pseudonym Lewis Carroll (/ˈkærəl/, KA-rəl), was an English author, mathematician, logician, Anglican deacon and photographer. His most famous writings are Alice's Adventures in...
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  • Lab Resp. System
    The physiological functions of respiration and circulation are essential to life. If problems develop in other physiological systems, we can still survive for some time without addressing them. But if a persistent problem develops within the respiratory or circulatory systems, death can ensue wit...
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  • Lab Work
    BIOLOGY 2020 LAB LAB 4 – Sensory Systems I. Vision 1. Know the types of photoreceptors in the retina. (Remember there are 3 different types of cones) 3 cones i. Blue- short ii. Green- Medium iii. Yellow-Red- Long 2. Why would near point accommodation change as you get older...
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  • How to Write a Lab Report
    What to do… Content • Offer a plausible explanation(s) for why some observed results for the unknown did not match the expected results of the proposed organism. If all of the observed results matched with the expected results, offer a possible explanation for the lack of variabilit...
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  • Beet Cells Lab Report
    The Effect of Temperature on Beet Cell Membranes and Concentration of Betacyanin Released Introduction Membranes are an important feature of plant cells and they act as a barrier that separates the interior of the cell from the external environment (Campbell et al., 2008). Each membrane layer is...
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  • Catalase Lab
    Assessment of Catalase Function Lab Introduction The purpose of this lab report was to test and measure the rate of substrate destruction by an enzyme, we tested the destruction of hydrogen peroxide by the enzyme catalase. Hydrogen peroxide is a poisonous by product of metabolism that can damage...
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  • Organization Structure
    DECLARATION I ANOOBE KORNALLIOSE, hereby declares that this project work entitled “STUDY ON ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE, PROCESSES AND FUNCTIONS OF VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS THROUGH SAFECARE RUBBER PRODUCTS PRIVATE LIMITED” submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirement of the award of the Master...
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  • Metalurgy Lab
    Lab 4 Metallography Lab Abstract: Using a Hydraulic Mounting Press a mount consisting of a washer and paperclip was prepared by thermosetting the samples in Phenolic granules. Using an etching and polishing procedure the mount was prepared for examination on an optical microscope to determin...
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  • Athur Lewis
    Arthur Lewis and Industrial Development in the Caribbean: An Assessment* By Andrew S Downes Professor of Economics and University Director Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus PO Box 64, St Michael, BARBADOS Tel no: (246) 4...
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  • Lab Report About Examination of Protozoan Cultures
    SAMPLE DESCRIPTIVE LAB REPORT Examination of Protozoan Cultures to Determine Cellular Structure and Motion Pattern Abstract Protozoans are unicellular eukaryotes with either plant- or animal-like characteristics. Through careful observation, we analyzed various protozoan cultures in order to id...
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  • Oscar Lewis Concept of Culture of Poverty
    It’s the theory developed by Oscar Lewis (an anthropologist) in 1959. Lewis developed his theory from his experience of Mexico. The culture of poverty is a specific syndrome that grows up in some situations. It requires an economic setting of cash economy, a high rate of unemployment and under emp...
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  • John Lewis
    Introduction: The first thing that springs to mind when you mention the name John Lewis is an image of a high street retail giant. Indeed the John Lewis Partnership is one of the UK's top ten retail businesses with 27 John Lewis department stores and more than 166 Waitrose stores, the upmarket super...
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  • Continuing Education for Medical Lab Techs
    Due to recertification requirements, employer personnel policy, and laboratory licensure requirements, participation in a continuing education (CE) program of some sort is necessary. But should that be the only reason - simply to fulfill an obligation? “There is so much to be gained, both pers...
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  • He Discovery and Structure of Deoxyribonucleic Acid
    The discovery of deoxyribonucleic acid, more commonly known as DNA, has been the foundation for much scientific work. This fundamental discovery was credited to James Watson and Francis Crick. The story of DNA's discovery is actually quite an interesting one that began in the early 1950s, when Watso...
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  • Net Lab
    Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology Creating a Networking Lab for Business Students Michael A. Chilton Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, USA mchilton@ksu.edu Abstract When faced with a decision to acquire and install a networking lab for business students, the quest...
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  • Use of the Path-Goal Theory in the "Jeanne Lewis" Case
    Use of the Path-Goal Theory in the "Jeanne Lewis" case Path-Goal theory of leadership suggests that a leader needs to influence followers' perceptions of work goals, self-development goals, and paths to goal attainment: “Leader behaviors thus are expected to be acceptable when employees view th...
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  • Enzyme Catalysis Lab
    Abstract: After reviewing the basics of enzymes and catalysis, we take a dive into the wonderful world of catalase. Beginning with establishing a base line of just how much hydrogen peroxide there is in 5.0mL of the reacted solution; to figuring out exactly how much actually reacted after 300...
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