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Stomatopoda: Physical Characteristics Biology Case Study
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Some species of Mantis shrimps enjoy the status as a much-appreciated pet in saltwater aquariums. (Stan & Debbie, Hauter,2007) Squilla mantis is well known for its taste. There are efforts underway to domesticate and culture them in the Mediterranean and Adriatic seas so as to commercially use them as a portion of human food ( ALF,2008).
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Articles reviews Biology Essay
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According to (Dukas 1) “As the product of cognition and ecology, the cognitive ecology focuses on the effects of information processing and decision making on animal fitness”. This is not a solid interpretation as there is no rigid evidence to prove that
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Human genetic disorders can arise as a consequence of mutations in either nuclear or mitochondrial genomes. Using specific examples describe the distinct patterns of inheritance for mitochondrial and various nuclear mutations (autosomal, X-linked etc), an Biology Essay
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ut of these 24 Chromosomes, the first 22 chromosomes are called autosomes as they carry genes for general characteristics and the rest of the 2 chromosomes are called as Sex Chromosomes. These are called so because they carry genes for the determination of the sex of the newborn
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Human Biological Systems, Gas Exchange & Transport Biology Assignment
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Cerebral cortex provides behavioral control, whereas, brainstem provides an autonomic control for respiration. Overall, this CNS control determines the depth and frequency of the respiration. (Schwartzstein & Parker, 2006,
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Description and Anatomy of the Human Body Biology Essay
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 A first image is an axial plane of the Thorax. The axial or transverse plane cuts the body parallel to the ground into top and bottom halves. The plane is useful in studying the relations between cardiovascular structures by analyzing images at consecutive levels. It is a CT scan an image that uses X-Rays in a complicated way.
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Microbiology and Chemistry, Bacterial and Fungal Infections Biology Assignment
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series of practical sessions, amoxicillin sodium and amoxicillin trihydrate, indicate which is used in which type of pharmaceutical preparation (1 mark). 2. In Session 1, you determined the absorbance of a series of concentrations of amoxicillin sodium. Insert your spectra
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Bacteria Fighting Bacteria Biology Research Proposal
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It is usually transmitted through the fecal-oral route. Besides the increased cases of Clostridium difficile infection, the severity of the disease has also increased. This is partly associated with the emergence of a new strain of C. difficile called BI/NAP1/027 that
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Applications of Plant Biotechnology for Food and Non-Food Uses Biology Research Paper
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The applications of plant biotechnology are diverse. The potential applications are also as diverse and can only be realised by research. World problems such as nutritional deficiency and food security can be effectively addressed through the application of plant biotechnology. In order to achieve this, biotechnologists should strive to address safety concerns.
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The Role of Histone Deacetylases in Human Cancer Biology Coursework
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The expression of p21 protein in the tumour cell lines can be tested by western blot assays using anti-p21 antibodies. The cell cultures exposed to SAHA can be harvested after a sufficient period of incubation and the cell digest split into two sets. One can be tested for the expression of mRNA for p21 by RT-PCR whereas the other can be used for western blot analysis.
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Role of Histone Deacetylase in Cancer Biology Term Paper
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Crystal violet mitogenic assay was performed in 96-well flat-bottom plates with 2500 cells/well. SAHA treatment was given after 24 hrs of incubation at varied concentrations keeping the control treated with DMSO. Cells were treated with PBS for washing at frequent intervals and then stained with 0.1% w/v crystal violet.  
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Biological Explanations of Crime and Deviance Biology Literature review
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Generally speaking, there is little evidence to prove that the different biological explanations over the years have brought the world closer to an explanation on crime and deviance. What these theories have done is portraying different perspectives but none is conclusive or more applicable than the other.
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Human and Animals as Species Biology Literature review
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The ‘Oxford Advanced Dictionary’ does not define an ‘animal’ as a being/creation responsible to fulfill our dietary needs nor does it characterize an animal in a way that it should be treated ruthlessly or bred for our selfish nutritional desires, but the way it does define an animal is: “any living creature, including human beings” (Oxford Advanced Dictionary, P. 41).
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Essential Questions For Viruses Biology Assignment
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Inflammation is an innate immune response of the body against infection or irritation. Blood vessels dilate to increase their permeability, supplying more blood to the site of infection causing heat and redness in the area. Antibodies reach the site through the blood. Interleukins like IL-1, IL-6, and IL8-Chemotactically attract phagocytes to the site of infection.
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Applied Microbiology: Predictive Microbiological Models Biology Literature review
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Predictive microbiological models are computer-based software tools that allow us to estimate the rate of microbial growth or whether a particular microorganism will growth under a set of specific conditions. Evaluation of the effect of processing, transportation, and storage on the microbiological safety and quality of food is enabled by analysis based on mathematical modeling.
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Criminal Personality: The Defence of the Aggression Genes Biology Term Paper
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Following the emergence of the popularity of that branch of biology addressing the laws of heredity and the encompassing development of the applied science of eugenics, the element of heredity in human behavior and social disorders was granted profound emphasis not merely by scientists but as well as ordinary people.
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The Term Bioarchaeology Biology Case Study
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It's pointed out that Bioarchaeology indeed refers to the biological remains which have been recovered as well as analyzed from similar sites and areas. However, this term is used interchangeably with ‘environmental archaeology.’ It has a close association with osteoarchaeology and palaeo-osteology.
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Are Animals Conscious Biology Term Paper
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The debate about animal consciousness is not a new one. It is one of the areas of science that have never been resolved. Behavioral psychologists and cognitive scientists have had and continue to have their views on the matter, but still, there is no common ground. It has been a subject of philosophical thought too. 
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Diagnostic Microbiology and the Microflora Inhabiting the Human Body Biology Lab Report
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The body can as well be infected by other pathogenic microbes from the environment, upon exposure to these microbes e.g. Salmonella sp., etc. Such infections invoke responses from the body which are more or less specific to the microbe involved and so are their response to different antimicrobial agents. 
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Current Molecular Techniques in Genetic Disease Diagnostics Biology Coursework
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Huntington's disease, caused by a single gene HD, is seen later in life but can be tested at any time. The mutation is an expansion of the nucleotide triplet repeat CAG where an increased number of triplets leads to a decrease in the age when the disease sets it. Huntington’s disease is neurodegenerative leading to dementia.
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Population of Sea Otters Biology Assignment
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There are several interesting things about the sea otter that are unique to this creature above all other marine mammals. To begin with, they have some of the densest furs of any mammal. This is because, unlike seals and other marine mammals, sea otters have no natural insulation of their own other than their fur.
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Plant Competition Biology Assignment
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The author states that plant competition can be categorized into two types: intraspecific and interspecific. Intraspecific competition occurs when individuals of the same species compete for the same resources in a particular area. Two trees growing closer with each other or two flowers planted on the same pot will vie for the same nutrients.
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Ultra-Purification Methods of Refolded Proteins Recovery Biology Research Paper
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A protein’s bioactivity is enabled by the native three-dimensional structure it achieves, which is represented by the secondary and tertiary protein structures. When aggregation occurs, the three-dimensional structure is changed and bioactivity may be reduced drastically, which is why early detection of aggregation is extremely important.
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Length-Force Relationship in Vivo Biology Lab Report
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One of the key elements for human survival is movement. Movement is defined as “the act or process of moving or change of place or position or posture”. The ability to move within our environment helps us to fulfill our needs and work in our daily lives and the key to human movement is the function of our skeletal muscles.
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The Indigenous Microbiota Biology Lab Report
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Serial dilution of surface spray lead to turbidity which remained the same with consecutive dilutions, however, the plate growth increased with each dilution reaching the maximum with dilution 5. This was not the same as class results, in which turbidity of surface spray decreased with each dilution reaching zero for the fifth dilution, and plate growth maximum for the fourth dilution.
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The Future and Scope of Biotechnology Biology Research Paper
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. In general, biotechnology draws on gene technology to make more efficient resources for human day-to-day and professional living (Florida Education Initiative, 2001). All living things are comprised of cells, and there is a wide variety of cells, but what makes them similar is that they are all developed from protein building blocks called genes.
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Virtual Microscopy Biology Lab Report
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Observations were made which gave me the knowledge about the size estimation of different cells. I also leant to differentiate between Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic cells based on structure and presence of certain features. Plant and animals cells could also be distinguished based on the different cells organelles athat are seen.
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Twin Studies Assumptions Biology Assignment
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The author states that examining the degree to which identical twins differ, the scientists try to find out how particular traits are influenced by genes and the environment. The greater similarity in identical twins than in non-identical twins indicates a shared genetic basis for a certain trait.
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Investigation of Arabic Gum as An Anti-Microbial Biology Research Paper
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In a workshop proceeding by Dane publication (1993), in general, non-polar solvents are mostly used in the extraction of chemicals that might be useful as waxes and lubricants. On the contrary, polar solvents are mainly used in the extraction of compounds useful as chemical intermediaries as they have rather highly reactive oxygen groups.
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Passive and Active Immunity Biology Essay
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Sub-unit vaccines are those which consist of subcomponents of the pathogenic organisms. These are either proteins or polysaccharides and they induce immunity to the whole organism. The polysaccharides are relatively weak T-independent antigens. They produce IgM responses. Hence there will be no immunologic memory when immunity is induced  with them
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Analysis of Bacterial Identification Biology Assignment
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The basis lies in the fact that not all characteristics will be present in all bacteria. Different bacteria will have different physiology. Physiological methods of speciation of bacteria include morphological and metabolic characteristics, the former is called primary tests and the latter is termed as secondary tests.
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Human and Animal Interrelationships from Domestication Biology Book Report/Review
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This essay analyzes that "A Day No Pigs Would Die" authored by Robert Newton Peck is critical that reveals instrumental aspects between human and animal interrelationships. The various instance availed indicates the insurmountable relevance of the socialization between human and the animals exposing the essential features between animal and humans.
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Escherichia Coli Biology Research Paper
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According to the report, E. coli also has the property of movement though there are certain forms of the bacteria that form exceptions and do not move. The mobility is provided to it by flagellum, which is referred to as peritrichous flagella that are present on all sides of the bacteria. The bacterium does not have the property of forming spores.
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Selective And Differential Media For Identifying Microorganisms Biology Term Paper
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Aseptic techniques are the prerequisites of microbiological work as it reduces the probability of microbial contamination. The steps involved in aseptic liquid media inoculation area. Disinfection of working areas, use of laminar flow and flame to eliminate the presence of bacteria. Inoculation is done near the flame.
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Colony Collapse Disorder in Honey Bees Biology Research Paper
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As the paper, Colony Collapse Disorder in Honey Bees, outlines, the enormity of the situation has compelled Honeybeescientist to unravel the cause behind the occurrence of such as disorder. Several causative factors such as pathogens, pesticides, antibiotics and other factors such as climatic changes have identified as possible reasons for the disorder. 
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How Global Climate Change Effects the Survival of Polar Bear Abundance in the Arctic Biology Research Proposal
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The polar bear is one of the animal species that have been significantly negatively affected by the effects of climate change hence calling for a quicker human intervention in order to eliminate the problem. This research proposal will focus on the effects of climate change on the abundance of polar bears in the artic.
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Important Biofilms in Clinical Microbiology Biology Research Paper
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The biofilms are complex polymer matrix containing water channels through which the surface cells communicate among themselves. The structure and the characteristics of the cells were found by using the scanning electron microscope and confocal laser scanning microscope. Further studies have found that these biofilms are formed by certain genes.  
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The Cold Assisted Symbiotic Germination with Mycorrhizal Support Biology Assignment
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The researcher states that Platanthera leucophaea is naturally found in the moist and wet tallgrass prairies. The plant can also be found in the eastern fringes of the American prairie region. Here, in natural conditions, it would grow in the wet meadows. For the purpose of optimum growth, the habitat of this plant of the family Orchidaceae must not be in the vicinity of woody encroachments.
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Successful Transformation of Bacterial Cells with Different Plasmid Biology Lab Report
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Bacterial cells were aseptically prepared and transformed by heat shocking, and plated on sets of media with different antibiotics alongside control groups and incubated for colony growth. Results showed that pUC18 for ampicillin reported 172 colonies against 35 colonies counted in the pBR322 for the tetracycline model.
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The Evolution Of The African Elephants Trunk Biology Research Paper
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The African elephant evolved its trunk around 10 million years ago with its main ancestors, the Primelephas and Paenungulata, being the original bearer of this trunk. The Primelephas evolved today’s African elephant trunk during the Miocene epoch in the forest savannahs of East Africa, which was shared by the mammoth (Sukumar 19).
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Apoptosis in the Pathway of T cell Development and Differentiation Biology Term Paper
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Apoptosis, also known as programmed cell death, is a genetically controlled, orchestrated event, where the cell participates in its own demise. Cell death by apoptosis is determined by many factors, including cell type, developmental and physiological state of the cell. Apoptosis employs an energy-dependent cascade of events at the molecular level.
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Kidney Stones, Radiology of Renal Stones Biology Assignment
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As a urological disorder, it is one of the most painful disorders patients experience.  Therefore, it is not unusual to have patients on opioid derived medications due to the extreme discomforts they experience.  Most commonly read books such as Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine (2008)and Kumar and Clark's Clinical Medicine have extensive and useful information on the development. 
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Analysis of Keshan Disease Biology Coursework
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  Low selenium levels in local foods, as well as low selenium level in rural residents, were linked to geographic allocation of KD as well as Se deficiency. According to the results of the research, the Se concentration in maize, as well as rice that was grown in the endemic sites, were very low compared to those grown in non-endemic areas.
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Impacts of Breed Contrasts Biology Essay
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The author of the paper states that in determining the effect of punishment on the dogs, proportionately, 74.4% of most of the dogs that were sampled were verbally disciplined while 20.5% were subjected to physical punishments. The remaining 5.1% were not subjected to any form of punishment.
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Renal System: Anatomy and Histology Biology Research Paper
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It is evidently clear from the discussion that the renal system, therefore, refers to the group of organs that are functionally combined to form a system that is used to produce, to store and then to release urine out of the body. The whole system comprises several organs which are well interconnected and coordinated within the body.
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Forensic Biology Biology Term Paper
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This paper tells that as a biological concept, forensic biology is a technique that has been applied to prove a suspect’s presence at a crime scene, identify illegal products from endangered species, effectively solve crimes by means of matching crimes scene evidence to suspects, promptly investigate airplane bird strikes, and also to investigate bird collisions with wind turbines of airplanes.
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Why Do So Many People Still Die of Malaria Biology Coursework
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Scientists discovered another dangerous species known as Plasmodium knowlesi. Medical practitioners opine that humans may get infected with more than one type of Plasmodium at a time. Although effective medicines have been developed for the treatment of this disease, any failure in timely diagnosis would make the disease dreadful.
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Methods Of The Gypsy Moth Control Biology Research Paper
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Gypsy moth appetite for foliage is a threat to the ecosystem of those regions and this implies that they would affect the natural balance that exists amongst plant and animal species living in these regions. This results in both environmental damage and the economic loss when trying to eradicate the species from the infested region.
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Darwin, Man, and Apes: The Old Evidence Biology Research Paper
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The author states that Charles Darwin is among the pioneers of this field. His greatest contribution is the theory of natural selection which, even today, helps explain many concepts in this field of science. However, there are many dissenters who do not accept the theory of natural selection.
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Effectiveness Of Clinical Testing Of Olfaction Biology Case Study
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The exterior of these cells is encased with rigid cilia that are believed to function as the primary receptor of sensory input (5). The neural connections of the sensory receptor tissue of the cilia extend by means of axons through a structure called the cribriform plate to synapse with the olfactory bulb of the brain (5).
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Climate Change: An Outcome of Anthropogenic Factors Biology Essay
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Based on the assumption that significant anthropogenic warming has taken place over the past 50 years over each continent except Antartica, it has been concluded that anthropogenic climate change is having a significant impact on physical and biological systems globally. Climate change is occurring on all continents and in most oceans.
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