• investigatory
    CONTENTS Page Chapter I. Introduction Background of the Study . . . . . . 4 Statement of the Problem/Objectives . . . . . 4 Hypotheses . . . . . . . . 6 Significance of the Study . . . . . . 5 Scope and Limitations . . . . . . 7 ...
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  • Parents’ and Coaches’ Guide to Dehydration and Other Heat Illnesses in Children
    Rizal Antipuesto Abstract #4 1/30/13 Parents’ and Coaches’ Guide to Dehydration and Other Heat Illnesses in Children The purpose of this article is to provide information to the Coaches and Parents if a child is suffering from a specific heat illness and how to treat and take care of...
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  • Hw Soln 1
    CENG 103 Homework (a) Compound name | Methyl-tert-butyl-ether (MTBE) | CAS # | 1634-04-4 | Chemical formula | C5-H12-O | Molecular weight | 88.14 g/mole | Boiling point | 55.2°C (328 K) | Explosion limits (volume % in air) | UEL: 15.1%LEL: 2.5% | Airborne exposure limits | ACGIH TLV:...
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  • A Research Project
    Synopsis of the Research Title: Phenotypic and molecular analysis of Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli from diarrhoeal patients in Bangladesh Introduction: Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) is a type of Escherichia coli, produces heat-labile enterotoxin (LT) and heat-stable enterotoxin (ST)...
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  • Formation of an Alkene
    Formation of an Alkene by Alcohol Dehydration Lab Report Balanced Chemical Equation for the Main Reaction Mechanism The acid-catalyzed dehydration of secondary and tertiary alcohols involves non-isolable carbocation intermediaries. In the first step of the of the reaction mechanism below...
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  • Survive
    first aid required. (2) Concentrate your senses on getting a feel for the area. (3) Conduct an inventory of the equipment you have. (4) Begin planning. B. "U" stands for "Undue haste makes waste." (1) Reacting without thinking or planning can result in faulty decisions and ...
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  • Sports Injury
    widely between athletes across the world. With different sports come different injuries specific to that sport, they can vary in severity that can be from small pains and aches keeping the athlete out for a very short period of time or an injury which may keep them out for many months, and on occasions...
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  • Imnci Chart Booklet
    Diarrhoea and Continue Feeding Plan A: Treat for Diarrhoea at Home ........................ 15 Plan B: Treat for Some Dehydration with ORS ........ 15 Plan C: Treat for Severe Dehydration Quickly ......... 16 Give Follow-up Care Pneumonia ............................................................... 17...
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  • Renal Research
    BSC 2086C (HUM AN & PHY II)-239895 Unit 3 Lab # 4 Renal Lab George E. Mills Groton, CT. 06340 10/20/2006 Abstract This experiment examined the effect of liquid intake and dynamic exercises on a subject's urine output, color, and osmolarity. The test was used to determine the amount of changes...
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  • nutrition and health
    likelihood of these diseases. • It’s advisable to either eliminate it from our diet or minimise the intake of it. • A change of diet and life style can also help to avoid heart disease. • Eating healthy • A lack of exercise 4. Name three sources of energy in food. Then, identify the amount of...
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  • Advice on a heat wave
    assessment on climate change suggests summers are going to get hotter in the future. This factsheet has been updated with the latest information from the World Health Organisations’ EuroHEAT project. The purpose of this document is to reduce the health risks by advising people what to do in the event...
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  • Case Study
    food-borne diseases occur annually in the United States, about 1 of every 10 Americans; about 9000 die. Salmonella and related strains cause an estimated 4 million cases of food-borne illnesses each year, and Campylobacter causes an estimated 2 million illnesses each year. Another bacterium, Escherichia coli...
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  • Salmonella- Science Paper
    Salmonella [pic] Image from: http://www.healthhype.com/wpcontent/uploads/Prokaryote_cell_diagram_bacterial_structure.png 1. Describe the structure of the micro-organism Salmonella is a miniature bacterium which is rod shaped. It has diameters of around 0.7 to 1.5 µm, lengths from 2 to 5 µm, and flagella that...
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  • Food Prep
    Food preparation The availability of safe food improves the health of people and is a basic human right. Safe food contributes to health and productivity and provides an effective platform for development and poverty alleviation. People are becoming increasingly concerned about...
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  • Sports Medicine
    consists of 21 daylong stages over a 23-day period. Based on the Tour de France in 2011, the race consisted of 10 flat stages, 6 mountain stages and 4 summits finishes, 3 medium mountain stages, 1 individual time-trial stage and 1 team time-trial stage covering an overall distance of 3,430.5 km’s. Athletes...
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  • lala
    purpose of this lab was to prepare dibenzalacetone (1,5-diphenyl-1,4-pentadiene-3-one). The preparation of dibenzalacetone is base catalyzed. It is a compound reaction that involves an aldol reaction and then dehydration. This overall reaction is known as the Clasien-Schmidt condensation. Aldol addition occurs...
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  • Fromreport
    can see an enormous scope and potential for the expansion of fruits and vegetable industries in India in the future. Export of fruits and vegetables from India In terms of global trade, India’s share in agricultural export is insignificant. While India contribute s 8.56% and 13.5% respectively...
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  • Ready to Serve Beverage
    Technology Balaswamy et al., J Food Process Technol 2011, 2:3 http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2157-7110.1000116 Research Article Open Access Preparation of Sour Grape (Vitis Vinifera) Beverages and Evaluation of their Storage Stability Karakala Balaswamy, Pamidighantam Prabhakara Rao, Allani Nagender...
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  • Wlc Classes
    (1) Profuse sweating with pale, moist, cool skin. (2) Headache. 3-36 081-831-1008 18 June 2009 STP 21-1-SMCT Performance Steps (3) Weakness. (4) Dizziness. (5) Loss of appetite. (6) Cramping. (7) Nausea (with or without vomiting). (8) Urge to defecate. (9) Chills (gooseflesh). (10) Rapid...
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  • Workplace Hygiene Procedures
    sure they store in separately from raw foods e. Warn the chef that he might have caught the flu, and ask to assign someone else to take care of the chickens in order to prevent the spread of bacteria around food and workspaces 2. Assuming the food poisoning resulted from the chickens, what sort of...
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