Simple Knowledge

What is H2O and CO2? H2O and CO2 are chemical equations that are commonly found in chemistry. ...

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Rubber

Because of its durability and elastic properties, it is the ideal material to use (Azomaterials). It is widely utilized throughout the world, in homes, schools, and factories. ...

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Neuropharmacology

Possibly the greatest challenge currently facing the pharmaceutical industry is the development of neuroprotective agents to slow or arrest cell death in neurodegenerative disorders. ...

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Sugarcane Bagasse

Sugarcane bagasse is divided into two main components, pith and rind, with pith representing the inner part of the sugarcane bagasse and rind as the outer part. ...

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Louis Pasteur

Louis Pasteur was a world renowned French chemist and biologist. ...

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Opioid Pain

Pain is the unpleasant sensation accompanying the majority of medical conditions; therefore the treatment of pain is one of the most essential and widely studied fields in pharmaceutical research ...

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Oesophageal Cancer

Oesophageal cancer, also referred to as cancer of the gullet or food pipe, has become increasingly common in the past 30 years and is currently the sixth leading cause of cancer death worldwide. ...

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Myopia Short Sightedness

Myopia, also known as short-sightedness, is a refractive error defined as an optical condition where parallel light rays entering the eye are focussed before the retina, resulting in blurred image. ...

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Dna Structure

The discovery of the structure of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) by Watson and Crick was a major step forward event in the medical science. ...

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Molds And Yeasts

In the created world, there are many types of organisms. ...

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Morphological Features

A 52 year old man presented to his general practitioner complaining of weight-loss, anorexia, and abdominal discomfort. ...

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Hereditary Spherocytosis

Hereditary Spherocytosis (HS) is the most common red cell membrane disorder [ ...

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Nuclear Fission

Nuclear fission is the process of bombarding a piece of radioactive material with neutrons in order to cause it to radioactively decompose, emitting smaller particles and energy. ...

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Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis (TB) is an airborne infectious disease which is caused by bacteria belonging to Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex1. ...

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Granulocyte Macrophage Csf

Granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor (GM-CSF) is a hematopoietic and inflammatory cytokine ...

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Embryonic Heart Morphogenesis

Embryonic heart morphogenesis is a complex and dynamic process that is incompletely understood, but critically important for long-term survival. ...

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Bromociptine Drug

Bromociptine is the drug that will be discussed here since it was the first drug used in treatment of hyperprolactinemia . It is formulated into Oral tablets and capsules. ...

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Mild Pitting Oedema

When diet is carbohydrate based, without appropriate protein intake, a form of malnutrition occurs which is called kwashiorkor. T ...

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Ammonium Vs Nitrate For Plants

Nitrogen (N) nutrition of plants mainly depends on the availability of the different inorganic N forms in the environment, but other factors such as pH and concentrations of mineral ions also affect nutrition (Dyhr-Jensen and Brix, 1996; Romero et al., 1999; Brix et al., 2002; Guo et al., 2007). ...

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Running Shoes

1. Newton's third law can relate to running since as one runs, they exert enery on the sole of their foot, on the ground and in return, the ground pushes back an equal and oppositer force. ...

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Habitual Green Tea

Habitual green tea consumption has long been associated with health benefits including chemoprevention and cardiovascular protection. This non-systematic literature review presents the clinical evidence to date. ...

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Diabetic Mellitus Case

The patient case profile studied is Mrs X who is 70 years old female, married Indian house wife with 3 children. ...

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Are Our Blood Vessels Slowly Turning To Bone

Vascular calcification occurs when calcium phosphate minerals accumulate in the blood vessels, myocardium and cardiac valves. ...

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Genetic Testing Of Trillions Of Cells

A human body is made up of trillions of cells. ...

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Cancer Has Long Established

Cancer has long established it's presence on the medical podium as one of the deadliest disease in the world. ...

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Worth Cost

Pick one of the following topics to turn in by the due date listed in the parentheses following the topic. ...

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Chronic Periodontal Inflammation And Cardiovascula

The microflora of the oral cavity is rich, diverse and unique. Bacteria in the mouth can aggregate as a biofilm, which is a microcolony of up to 700 different bacterial families. ...

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Cartilage Regeneration In Osteoarthritis Using Msc Cells

Cartilage provides the support and strength for the rest of the body. ...

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The Natural Wonder Of The Rainforest

The rainforest is such a natural wonder and a beautiful, majestic mystery to the world. ...

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Bleaching

Since 5000 B.C., people have had knowledge of bleaching fabrics, which defines as the process of whitening by exposure to sunlight or by a chemical process. ...

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Peace Love And Autism

During my days in college, I was assigned to spend my clinical hours at the Paaralan ng Pag-ibig at Pag-asa ...

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Crohns Disease And Modulen Ibd

Crohn's disease (CD) is a chronic disease associated with inflammations of the digestive tract ...

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Larvivorous Fish And Bednets

Malaria remains the major tropical disease in the world today, killing almost 1 million people annually; approximately 243 million cases led to 863,000 deaths in 2008 ...

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Gaba A Receptors

GABA-A receptors [GABAA-R] are the receptors which mediate the fast inhibitory neurotransmission of the gamma-amino butyric acid ...

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Diabetes Mellitus

Based on the Scottish Diabetes Survey 20081, nearly 220,000 people ...

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