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Potentiometric Measurement – Determination of the pH of an alkali solution, a buffer solution , a
hair shampoo, a hand wash and distilled water.
To carry out potentiometric measurement to determine whether a solution is controlled by the buffer system or by a strong electrolyte.
To prepare the samples with different concentration by adding distilled water.
The potentiometric measurement is to determine the difference in potential between a working (an indicator) electrode and a counter (reference) electrode by using the potentiometer. The working or indicator electrode represents the cathode which locates at the right half-cell whereas the
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1. Oxygentated blood has picked up oxygen from the lungs. Deoxygenated blood has had most of its oxygen removed and needs to return to the lungs for re-oxygenation. Oxygenated blood is bright red. Deoxygenated blood is dark red. Oxygenated blood cells have a relaxed shape whereas deoxygenated blood cells have a tense shape.
2. Carbon dioxide concentration decreases as blood nears the lungs, which in return causes and increase in pH . Increased pH causes increased affinity for oxygen which causes the hemoglobin to pick up oxygen entering your blood to be transported to the body’s tissue. Hemoglobin loses hydrogen ions from specific amino acids at key sites as pH
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Homeostasis is the maintenance of constant conditions within the internal environment of the body in order to sustain health and functioning, despite changes in the external environment. The kidney, a principal regulator of the internal environment of the body, establishes homeostasis by regulating the concentration of ions, water and blood volume, pH balance of plasma, and through the elimination of the waste products of metabolism (Tilley, 2003).
The functional unit of the kidney, the nephron, is composed of two key structures: the glomerulus and the renal tubule. The afferent and efferent arterioles supply blood to the glomerulus. As a network of
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Final Report Outline
* Name of the enzyme: Catalase found in chicken liver.
* The name of the organism is chicken (liver).
* The substrate is hydrogen peroxide (H2O2)|.
* Hypothesis: If the catalase in the chicken liver is exposed to hydrogen peroxide, it will cause a chemical reaction. This reaction will result in the destruction of hydrogen peroxide in the chicken liver, which is harmful to the cells; the enzyme catalase works best in acidic solutions and enzymes are denatured in very high temperatures (boiling).
* Method of measuring enzyme activity: observation of normal catalase reaction, the effect of temperature on catalase activity and the effect of pH on
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dissolved in seawater
• Ions with long residence time are in high
concentration in seawater (Na2+, Cl-).
• Ions with short residence time are in low
concentration in seawater.
• Steady state condition – average amounts of
various elements remains constant
Processes that change salinity
Acidity and Alkalinity
• Acid releases a hydrogen ion (H+) when dissolved
• Alkaline (or base) releases a hydroxide ion (OH-)
pH – a measure of the hydrogen ion concentration.
– pH value less than 7 = acid
– pH value greater than 7 = base (alkaline)
– pH 7 = neutral
Carbonate Buffering System
• Buffering keeps the ocean
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stimulate it. TGF-beta1, which is known to inhibit proliferative responses in hepatocytes, is one cytokine involved in this process, but undoubtedly several others participate
Regeneration by hepatocytes(1st line of defense) :
Regeneration of the liver after resection is actually compensatory hyperplasia rather than a true restoration of the liver's original gross anatomy and architecture. A particularly fascinating point about this process is that the degree of hyperplasia is precisely controlled by the metabolic needs of the organism, such that the process stops once an appropriate liver to body weight ratio is achieved. Two-thirds partial hepatectomy (PH) in rodents has been used
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) Zn(OH)Cl(aq) + H2O(l)
Zn(OH)Cl(aq) + HCl(aq) Mg(OH)2(s) + HNO3(aq) Mg(OH)NO3(aq)
ZnCl2(aq) + H2O(l) Mg(OH)NO3(aq) + H2O(l) Mg(NO3)2(aq) + H2O(l)
The pH Scale - Acids and Alkalis
The colours of solutions with universal indicator
The pH scale is a measure of the relative acidity or alkalinity of a solution. To find the pH of a solution an indicator is used like Universal Indicator. An indicator is a substance or mixture of substances that when added to the solution gives different colours depending on the pH of the solution. Universal indicator is a very handy indicator for showing whether the solution is acid, neutral or alkaline and gives
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three cases is rather different and has two parts. The first part of the analysis is devoted to added value. The added value depends on the expected productivity of the amount of need for the institution product. In first case the dove didn’t have a sale and gained nothing while the added value over ph is earned by the falcons. In second case the total demand is shared between the two doves and they gain the average added value of P m. in third case again the demand is shared and both falcons gain half of the added value. The second part includes the cost of the competition between the two players on a single investor. This parameter is very important due to world economic situation. In first
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of fatigue during the high intensity exercises. Carnosine, which is synthesized from in skeletal muscles from l-histidine and beta-alanine, on the other hand has been shown to be the main regulator of muscle pH. Availability of beta-alanine is the rate-limiting factor of carnosine synthesis and therefore the beta-alanine supplementation has been shown to increase the amount of muscle carnosine and thus the total muscle buffer capacity. The results are shown to have a potential for improvements in physical performance during high-intensity exercises. (Artioli, 2010)
Based on online advertising beta-alanine products are targeting athletes who want to improve explosive
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prepared. Samples of 50 g and 20 g of peel and core respectively, were stored in freezer (-18 °C) prior to use. 2.2 Saccharification procedure Hydrolysis of cellulose polymers and of sucrose in peel and core samples (treatment 1 – T1) Each sample of pineapple peel (50 g) and core (20 g) was added in duplicate at 1:2 ratio to distilled water and put into 100 mL Pyrex bottle sealed with screw cap. Then, hydrolysis was performed at pH 4.00 adding 6 g/kgfw of cellulase, 1 g/kgfw of hemicellulase, and 0.05 g/kgfw of pectinase under different times and temperatures: 4-8-18-24 h and 30-40-50 °C, respectively. Then, the samples were brought down to 21±2 °C, filtrated using cheese cloth, and poured to
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degrade and decolorize the dye using the bacteria isolated from the effluents to more environmental friendly metabolites
To offer as a product the bacteria that are responsible for the degradation and decolorization of the effluent,
The textile industries produce effluents that contain several types of chemicals such as dispersants, leveling agents, acids, alkalis, carriers and various dyes (Cooper,1995.). In many Nigerian cities, the textile factories daily discharge millions of litres of untreated effluents in the forms of wastewater into public drains that eventually empty into rivers (Olayinka and Alo, 2004). This alters the pH, increases the biochemical oxygen
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are typical of those that reach the ultimate consumer.
An entire crate of fruits was employed in each experiment. In instances
in which the fruits were rather large, as in the case of Cayennes and Abachi
from Miami, the number of fruits per crate was 16 and 18, respectively.
In all other lots there were between 25 and 36 fruits in each crate. To
compensate for individual variation each fruit was sampled separately and
individually analyzed for solids, acids, pH, and ascorbic acid. For peroxidase determinations the juice of four or five fruits was combined.
The fruits were prepared for analysis by peeling, coring and macerating
in a Waring Blendor. The juice was filtered
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address correspondence and reprint requests to: Yu-Jing Gao, Department of Psychology, Fu Jen Catholic University, 510, Chung Cheng Rd., Hsinchung District, New Taipei City, 24205, Taiwan, ROC. Email: email@example.com
TIME PERSPECTIVE AND LIFE SATISFACTION
Guarino, De Pascalis, & Zimbardo, 2003). The Zimbardo Time Perspective Inventory (ZTPI), developed by Zimbardo and Boyd (1999), is a standardized instrument used to measure multidimensions of TP, that is, past positive (PP), past negative (PN), present hedonistic (PH), present fatalistic (PF), and future (F). This scale was also validated by Tu (2004) with a sample of Taiwanese young adults. TP has been shown to
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software provided by UPS or by accessing the UPS Web site.
Before the package is even picked up, information from the “smart” label is
transmitted to one of UPS’s computer centers in Mahwah, New Jersey, or
Alpharetta, Georgia, and sent to the distribution center nearest its final
Dispatchers at this center download the label data and use special software to
create the most efficient delivery route for each driver that considers traffic,
weather conditions, and the location of each stop. UPS estimates its delivery
trucks save 28 million miles and burn 3 million fewer gallons of fuel each year as a
result of using this technology.
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S.M. Hasanur Rahman
C/O,M.A.Samad, Holding No# 778, Post:Noapara,Village: Guakhola, Thana: Avayanagar, District: jessore, Country:Bangladesh ,Post code-7460.
CAREER OBJECTIVE :
( To build up my career in the field of Telecommunication engineering.
( To be a professional technical leader and efficient manager.
( Willing to work in an environment where I can utilize my experiences and always get the
feelings that I am developing through my works.
JOB EXPERIENCE : 5 Years in the field of telecommunication sector and one year
in data communication field
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the housekeeping department are to remove dirt, to destroy harmful microorganisms, and to preserve and beautify furniture, fixtures, and surfaces. Chemical cleaners are manufactured to remove soils from surfaces through chemical action. The stronger are chemical is, the better it will get the job done. The strength of cleaning chemicals is measured on the pH scale. In chemistry, pH is a measure of the acidity and basicity of a solution; a low pH indicates a high concentration of hydronium ions, while a high pH denotes a low concentration. The scale goes from 1 to 14,1 indicating a very acidic solution very alkaline solution, and 7 a neutral solution. For example, a very acidic solution should
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natural food. There are no harmful chemicals or preservatives in fact vinegar is a preservative itself. Vinegar makes itself when it comes in contact with any aerobic bacteria while it is exposed to oxygen. Vinegar is usually use in making the food last longer or use to preserve food. It has an appearance of a clear liquid but it has an unnecessary smell and since the key ingredient is acetic acid, which gives it an acidic taste, The typical pH of vinegar ranges anywhere from 2 to 3.5, although the store-bought kind usually measures 2.4. In food preparation procedures, it is a multipurpose product as an ingredient and condiment. Outside of cooking, vinegar has medicinal, household cleaning, and
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. stratiotes) was planted in the treatment plots of two stormwater detention ponds (East and West Ponds) in 2005–2007 and water samples from both treatment and control plots were weekly collected and analyzed for water quality properties including pH, electrical conductivity, turbidity, suspended solids, and nutrients (N and P). Optimum plant density was maintained and plant samples were collected monthly and analyzed for nutrient contents.
Water quality in both ponds was improved, as evidenced by decreases in water turbidity, suspended solids, and nutrient concentrations. Water turbidity was decreased by more than 60%. Inorganic N (NH4 + and NO3 −) concentrations in treatment plots
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1. How could you test to see if an enzyme was completely saturated during an experiment?
- Add more substrate and record the rate. If the rate of the reaction is constant, all the enzymes are saturated.
2. List three conditions that would alter the activity of an enzyme. Be specific with your explanation.
* Temperature – Cold temperature will cause the enzyme to work slow, hot temperature will cause the enzyme to increase the movement making it less stable.
* PH – Difference in range in the PH scale can alter the shape of the enzyme’s active site
* Concentration Of Substrate – Less or more of enzymes to
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The watermelоn оrіgіnates frоm the Kalaharі Desert іn Afrіca, but can be fоund іn numerоus areas arоund the wоrld іncludіng all trоpіcal, subtrоpіcal, and warm temperate areas. Tоp Prоducer оf watermelоn іs Chіna. Other cоuntrіes іnvоlved іn prоductіоn оf watermelоn are Algerіa, Brazіl, Egypt, Iran, Kazakhstan, Mexіcо, Spaіn, Turkey and Unіted States оf Amerіca. Tоp іmpоrter оf watermelоn іs Germany whereas Chіna remaіns the tоp prоducer and expоrter оf thіs fruіt. Even thоugh, іt іsn’t extremely pіcky, the wіld watermelоn favоrs sandy lоam and thіn sоіls that are slіghtly acіdіc and well draіned. It alsо prefers alkalіne sоіl. The іdeal pH іs between
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cucumbers soaking in it. The pH is a way to measure the concentration of the hydrogen ions present in a solution. These hydrogen cations, H+, decrease the pH and increase the acidity, giving pickles the sour taste. Bad bacteria generally like a more basic pH. The more acidic the pH of the brine, usually around a pH of 4.6, the less ability for the bad bacteria to grow.
The last and final ingredient of the cheeseburger is the addition of the condiments. Ketchup, mustard and mayonnaise are all mixtures of solids and liquids, known as suspensions and colloidal dispersions. Suspensions are heterogeneous mixtures of particles suspended inside that are large and dense enough to not stay suspended
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Acid rain is a mixture of deposited material, both wet and dry, coming from the atmosphere containing excessive amount of nitric acid and sulfuric acids. The rain is acidic in nature because of the presence of pollutants coming from the smoke from the cars and industries. Acid rain can occur in form of rain, snow, fog or dry material that settle to earth. The level of Acidity is determined by calculating the pH level in the water drops. Normal rainwater is slightly acidic. The pH level of normal rainwater ranges between 5.3 and 6.0. The normal rainwater is acidic because the carbon dioxide and water react with each other and form carbonic acid. Carbonic acid is a very weak acid
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crystallization (nearly all types of honey crystallize).
For crystallization (see also recrystallization) to occur from a solution it must be supersaturated. This means that the solution has to contain more solute entities (molecules or ions) dissolved than it would contain under the equilibrium (saturated solution). This can be achieved by various methods, with (1) solution cooling, (2) addition of a second solvent to reduce the solubility of the solute (technique known as antisolventor drown-out), (3) chemical reaction and (4) change in pH being the most common methods used in industrial practice. Other methods, such as solvent evaporation, can also be used.
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being able to handle it, it is introduced into the exhibit. Usually all the parameters that the fish has now been used to are different in some way ensuring more stress on the animals. These parameters being pH, salinity, temperature and multitude of other things. Immediately, it is fight or flight. Established fish have their own territories and will protect them aggressively if the new fish may wander into that area. Usually the new fish will hide and go without food for several days trying to dodge these aggressors if possible. Depending on the animal, some will come out eventually, some will not. Animals die under the stress of the new enviroment coupled with postioning for rank and a place to establish as there own. Some fish school to avoid predators and if there is a school already intact, that may be a more successful introduction for the animals, as they can just disappear into the school and be protected by it's numbers.
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elevation of Cari’s respiratory rate should increase her minute ventilation.
H. The clinical find that Cari had 90% oxygen saturation level and a Po2 of 54 mmHg would tell that her arteries were getting too much oxygen.
I. The symptoms that’s Cari has that are due to lack of oxygen and reduced oxygen exchange at her tissues is when she complained of her chest hurting and her panting like a dog.
J. The oxygen-carrying capacity of hemoglobin with rising Pco2 will decrease.
K. With the decreased Pco2 and alkaline blood PH, it would be expected that her rate of breathing would also be decreased.
L. The administration of oxygen would enhance Cari’s central drive to breathe
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_____ (4) Bible reading _____ (5) Diet _____ (6) Celebrating religious holidays ___x__
23. Do you prepare foods of your ethnic background? (1) Yes ___x__ (2) No _____
24. Do you participate in ethnic activities? (1) Yes _____ (2) No __x___ (If yes, please verify) (3) Singing _____ (4) Holiday celebrations _____ (5) Dancing _____ (6) Festivals _____ (7) Costumes _____ (8) Other _____
25. Are your friends from the same religious background as you? (1) Yes _____ (2) No ____x_
26. Are your friends from the same ethnic background as you? (1) Yes _____ (2) No __x___
27. What is your native language? ___Russian__
28. Do you speak this language? (1) Prefer _____ (2) Occasionally __x___ (3) Rarely _____
29. Do you read your native language? (1) Yes ___x__ (2) No _____
BOX 6–1 Heritage Assessment Tool Source: Spector, R. E. (2000). CulturalCare: Guide to heritage assessment and health traditions (5th ed.). Pearson Education/PH College
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cụ đặc biệt đó là bạo lực vũ trang.
• Nguồn gốc nảy sinh chiến tranh:
– Chủ nghĩa Mác – Lênin khẳng định: sự xuất hiện và tồn tại của chế độ chiếm hữu tư nhân về tư liệu sản xuất là nguồn gốc sâu xa (nguồn gốc kinh tế), suy đến cùng đã dẫn đến sự xuất hiện, tồn tại của chiến tranh. Đồng thời sự xuất hiện và tồn tại của giai cấp và đối kháng giai cấp là nguồn gốc trực tiếp (nguồn gốc xã hội) dẫn đến sự xuất hiện, tồn tại của chiến tranh.
– Ph. Ăngghen đã chỉ rõ: khi chế độ chiếm hữu tư nhân về tư liệu sản xuất xuất hiện và cùng với nó là sự ra đời và tồn tại của giai cấp, tầng lớp áp bức bóc lột thì chiến tranh ra đời và tồn tại như một tất yếu khách
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degradation, contamination or change in pH of the sample. Gel electrophoresis separates DNA, fragmented by restriction enzymes, by size. By adding a dye the migration of the negatively charged DNA to a positive pole can be visible.
The purpose of an extractions are to obtain a somewhat pure form of something to be used for further examination or analysis. In Biochemistry, extractions can be used to isolate a gene with particular characteristics to either replicate or remove the gene. In the case of Ansari and Khan (2012), they discuss the pharmaceutical benefits of apples and how breeding apples with disease resistant genes or apples with essential antioxidants is a priority
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Importance of Thermoacidophiles
-The importance and impact that microbial activity has on the geology, geochemistry and ecology of hydrothermal vent ecosystems is now well-recognized. Given the recent discovery that the first cultured member of the deep-sea endemic archeael lineage, DHVE2, is a thermoacidophile, growing best at pH 4.5 and unable to grow above pH 6, the investigators in this project are poised to use this organism as a model organism to explore the ecology of thermoacidophiles at deep-sea vents.
Importance of Methanogenium thermophilum
-In four species of methanogens able to grow with secondary alcohols as hydrogen donors the expression and properties of secondary
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I think you'd benefit from a quick run down of the ingredients of beer and what each does and how it affects the taste and character of beer. First is water, obviously, which should be clean and more or less balanced in terms of pH; water can be the simplest thing or very involved when we get into mash temps., residual pH, relative mineral concentrations and other chemical considerations and so on. For now lets leave it as being simple and not pay it any more attention.
The next ingredient, really at the other end of the dial, is the yeast. This is a galaxy on its own and really, like the intricacies of water chemistry, best left alone for now. Just keep in mind that much of the flavor of
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ventilated patient and most especially to Aldi,s case because he was at an increase risk of hypoxic brain damage. His arterial blood gas few minutes after admission to ICU showed mild respiratory acidosis. Ph 7.29,PCo2 5.8 and Po2 9mmhg. Aldi’s sedation was titrated
to response but he remain light on sedation therefore bolus of vecoronium 10mg was
given by surgical registrar. By mechanically ventilating Aldi while he was sedated allow his CO2 to be manipulated and maintained between 4.5-5mmhg (Hall1997). Hypoxia and hypercapnia causes cerebral blood vessel to dilate, increasing the flow of blood to the brain and causing rise in ICP (Barker,2002). Inadequate oxygenation also forces brain
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-seen in pregnancy, wound healing and exercise
-sings of hypoxemia
Symptoms of left-sided heart failure
*decreased function of left ventricle
-fatigue, breathlessness, dizziness, confusion (blood backs up in the lungs *breathless)
-paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea , cough
clinical sign of hypoxia
short term airway
long term airway
CH 41 Review
A client is admitted to the hospital with a history of vomiting for 2 days and diminished oral intake. Arterial blood gas measurements on admission are pH = 7.30; arterial partial
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% used soap and the majority of nurses opens and shut the basket with their hands.
This study has exposed nurses to have a poor compliance with hand hygiene. The study also reveals nurses have insufficient supplies for washing and drying hands. The majority of respondents stated the soap used for hand washing caused an increased roughness and irritation of the hands. Hand hygiene products damage the skin by creating changes in intercellular lipids, increase skin pH and decreased stratum corneum water-binding capacity (WHO, 2009). A possible resolution for this issue involves applying skin moisturizing products to the hands. “Alcohol- based products are most effective for standard hand washing
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been doing research on number of voice issues, what voices are good for various activities, including navigation. And, also, a lot of work on new systems for recommendations, how can computers and Web sites more effectively recommend to people.
RAEBURN: Okay, we'll get into as many of those as we can. But we now have the phones back, ta-da. And so, I'm going to take a couple of calls now on multitasking. We're jumping around a little bit here. But let me see what we got. Jesse(ph), are you there?
JESSE (Caller): Yeah, I'm here.
RAEBURN: Go ahead.
JESSE: Just fascinating topic, super interested in this. And I got many questions, but I'll only ask one. I noticed when I was in school many
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level of the pathogen (L. monocytogenes). It has 13 serotypes of which the serotypes 1/2a, 1/2b, and 4b mainly cause foodborne infections.(Craig & Batholomaeus 2011)
Growth and survival characteristics
Several factors influence its growth, in food these include temperature, pH, water activity, salt and the presence of preservatives (refer to Table 1). For a bacterium that does not form spores, L. Monocytogenes is considered relatively resistant to heat, freezing and drying.
L. monocytogenes can grow under both aerobic and anaerobic conditions (Sutherland et al. 2003; Lado and Yousef 2007).
Risk assessment provides us with the ability to estimate risk to human
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air of the biosphere. The United States alone releases over 700,000 tons of air pollutants each and every day. And what makes up this pollution are carbon oxides, sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides, volatile organic compounds and photochemical oxidants. A few things that come as a result of these toxins is acid rain and smog. Acid rain is causes by sulfur and nitrogen oxides, which comes from cars, and fuels that react with water to form a sulfuric acid and nitric acid precipitation. This acid rain has killed trees, fish, frogs and can lower the pH of lakes, ponds and soil. Smog is a grey air that is result of burning fossil fuels and pollutes the air with dust, smoke, soot and ashes. Another
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content on hop property and the principle contributors to aroma The copper: inactivation of enzymes; precipitation of proteins, polyphenols and some lipids; production of hop-derived flavours and aromas; sterilisation of the wort; further precipitation of calcium phosphate [Ca3(PO4)2] and its effect on pH; the distillation of volatile materials; water evaporation and subsequent wort concentration; enhancement of colour (caramelization, melanoidin formation, oxidation of tannins); reduction of surface tension Practical control: timescales involved in boiling and the stage points of hop introduction
LO3 Understand yeast physiology and microbiology Yeast
physiology: Saccharomyces cerevisiae
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Preview statement: So I would like to begin this demonstration by showing you the materials you will need to bathe your dog; then, I will go through the process of how to bathe your dog.
A. The first step is to acquire all of the materials you will need to bath your dog and prep the bathing area.
a. As the Dr. Foster and Smith website put it, “you should never use regular human shampoo on dogs. This is because human shampoos contain harsher detergents and are not pH balanced for pets.”
3. Special Shower Nozzle
4. Dog treats
Now that you have
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) consists of a carbon atom, two oxygen atoms, Hydrogen atom and joins to an Amine group (NH2) Each amino acid possesses a variable R group differentiating each Amino acid. This R group, (or side chain) gives each protein specific characteristics, including size, polarity and pH according to Boundless Biology (Amino Acids), 01 Dec. 2014. Amino acids contain basic structures of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen atoms. Once polypeptides have formed, protein molecules are then exposed to four separate organisations of process. The primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary structures. Each of these processes, continue to develop the protein until complete depending on its complexity of use
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such as shape, morphology, pH, etc. that are specific to a certain type of bacteria. Tests such as Methyl Red and Voges- Proskauer check for glucose fermentation. The Citrate Test is a nutrient utilization test that determines whether a bacterium produces the enzyme citrate- permease to be utilized as its sole source of carbon. Urease test is used to indicate if a bacterium can hydrolyze the intracellular enzyme urea. The Gelatinase test indicates whether or not a bacterium contains this exoenzyme which hydrolyzes the proteins and allows the gelatin to be converted into solid when is chilled.
Two types of combination differential media biochemical tests were used; SIM (Sulfur Indole
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believe this change was very important for the company as they repositioned their product from their competitors that also offered natural spring water and create market segmentation. The “Live Young” slogan is a great way for Evian to link their product to the use of the CGI babies in two ways. The first being that babies have been part of the Evian history since 1935 when the product was first recommended as the perfect water for babies due to its pH balance mineral composition. It is still the number one choice for mothers during and after pregnancy. During pregnancy a woman consumes water to assist the body in replenishing the water, since it does represent 60% of the weight during
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Past history (PH) | A patient's past experiences with illnesses, operations, injuries, and treatments. |
Physical examination (PE or PX) | Objective inspection or testing of organ systems or body areas of a patient by a physician. |
Primary care physician (PCP) | A physician who oversees the care of patients in a managed health care planand refers patients to see specialists for services as needed. Also known as a gatekeeper. |
Problem focused (PF) | A phrase used to describe a type of medical decision making when a patient is seen for an E/M service. |
Prospective review | The process of going over financial documents before billing is submitted to the insurance company to
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growth response to external stimulation coming from one direction in the environment
a plant's growth response to light
a plant's growth response to gravity
a plant's growth response to touch or contact
Other Factros that Affect Plant Growth
- Soil pH
Succession & Sustainability
Plants as Ecosystem Pioneers
* ecological succession
the change in an ecosystem that happens when one community replaces another; it results from changes in abiotic and biotic factors
- Primary Succession
the establishment of a community to an area of exposed rock that does not have any topsoil
- Pioneer Species
the first organisms to appear in primary succession
- Climax Community
the final stage of ecological succession
- Secondary Succession
the changes that take place in an ecosystem that has been damaged, or in communities that have been destroyed but the soil has remained intact
- Frequency of Ecological Disturbances
*more frequent than before
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green color of the original solution is for Co2+.
The color and the presence of the other respective ions are shown in the table below.
Precipitate color | Presence of cation |
Colored precipitate | Mn2+ |
White precipitate | Zn2+ |
Black precipitate | Ni2+ |
5th analytical group of cations
Ions of 5th group of cations forms the carbonates which are insoluble in water. The (NH4)2CO3 (Approx 0.2 M concentration) is group reagent with a neutral or slightly basic pH. The ions of the 5th group are Ba2+, Ca2+, and Sr2+. The most common way to detect them is flame test. The color of flame for particular ion is shown in table.
Ions | Color of flame |
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electrolytes and pH;Clotting times, e.g., PT/aPTT, and platelet count.Administer IV solutions (e.g., normal saline [NS])/volume expanders (e.g., albumin) during dialysis as indicated;Blood/PRCs if needed.Reduce rate of ultrafiltration during dialysis as indicated.Administer protamine sulfate as appropriate.|RATIONALEMay be reduced because of anemia, hemodilution, or actual blood loss.Imbalances may require changes in the dialysate solution or supplemental replacement to achieve balance.Use of heparin to prevent clotting in blood lines and hemofilter alters coagulation and potentiates active bleeding.Saline/dextrose solutions, electrolytes, and NaHCO3 may be infused in the venous side of
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Alcoholic fermentation is a metabolic pathway used primarily by yeast and some bacteria. In fermentation, glucose is broken down into ethyl alcohol (ethanol) and carbon dioxide. In the process, some of the energy that had been stored in the glucose bonds is used to form high energy bonds in ATP. Name some factors that affect enzyme activity.
Temperature, pH, enzyme concentration, substrate concentration
Materials: yeast, test tubes, beakers, rubber stoppers, wax pencil, water, corn syrup
1. You will need to have three fermentation setups, so you should have six large test tubes, three pieces of plastic tubing that
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o 3 stepwise processes that depend on pH and presence of receptors
• Digestion of protein-bound vitamin B12
• Free-cobalamin binds with R proteins; high affinity
• R-proteins are digested and free cobalamin again
• Now combines with Intrinsic Factor (glycoprotein released into stomach by parietal cells)
• Receptors for IF-B12 complex in the ileum
• Absorption occurs
- Metabolic Role:
• Methionine synthesis
• Converts homocysteine to methionine
• Also needs folate
Methylmalonyl CoA mutase
• Propionate catabolism; propionate to methylmalonyl CoA to
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