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  • Metabolic Muscular And Nervous Systems - 1,731 words
    The immediate source of energy for muscular contraction is the high-energy phosphate compound called adenosine triphosphate (ATP). Although ATP is not the only energy-carrying molecule in the cell, it is the most important one, and without sufficient amounts of ATP most cells die quickly. The three main parts of an ATP molecule are: an adenine portion, a ribose portion, and three phosphates linked together. The formation of ATP occurs by combining adenosine diphosphate (ADP) and inorganic phosphate (Pi). This formation requires a large amount of energy to and it is called a high-energy bond. In order for a muscle to contract, the enzyme ATPase breaks the ATP bond and releases energy which is ...
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  • Essay Of Observation - 893 words
    He stands against the pillar, his eyes closed, and breathes in the cold air. The sun is steadily rising, its rays warming his face, taking the chill out of the January morning. He turns even more towards the sun, basking in its warmth. At this unguarded moment, he has not a care in the world. He is oblivious to the world, oblivious to the girl on the bench steadily watching him. Beneath his black Bear jacket, hes wearing a red long-sleeved Polo shirt, dark blue Polo jeans, and mustard-colored Timberland boots. The light, which has been warming his face, has given his naturally dark brown hair the appearance of having maple-colored highlights. He opens his eyes and turns his head slightly as ...
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  • John Manvill - 861 words
    The case study titled, "When Did Johns-Manville Know?", is primarily concerned with the issue of an employer's liability with respect to the health and safety of its employees. This case deals specifically with how much of what an employer knows, or ought to know, about a potential hazard should be communicated to workers, and what steps the company is obligated to take in protecting workers from such dangers. In addition, the avoidance of cash payments to employees for damages by seeking relief through bankruptcy protection is also discussed. Today most people have heard, at least to some degree, about the potential health problems associated with exposure to asbestos, but in the mid 1920's ...
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    The case study titled, "When Did Johns-Manville Know?", is primarily concerned with the issue of an employer's liability with respect to the health and safety of its employees. This case deals specifically with how much of what an employer knows, or ought to know, about a potential hazard should be communicated to workers, and what steps the company is obligated to take in protecting workers from such dangers. In addition, the avoidance of cash payments to employees for damages by seeking relief through bankruptcy protection is also discussed. Today most people have heard, at least to some degree, about the potential health problems associated with exposure to asbestos, but in the mid 1920's ...
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  • Training Program For Cerebral Palsy - 1,548 words
    This training program is for Bob, a male eleven year-old student with cerebral palsy. This requires him to use a wheelchair most of the time although he is able to stand and walk for short distances of approximately 30 feet when there is something to hang on to for stability. With more muscular training, that distance could be increased greatly as the only reason he cannot continue is fatigue and therefore the risk of falling or other injury. It should be noted that an assistant will be needed for this program. Bob also has limited extension at the knees and limited dorsiflexion at the ankle. He is underweight for his height as he is 4'11" and only 77 lbs. but this could be due to the lack o ...
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    THE RISE OF THE SUPERPOWERS: HOW WWII BUILT THEM THE RISE OF THE SUPERPOWERS: HOW WWII BUILT THEM It is often wondered how the superpowers achieved their position of dominance. It seems that the maturing of the two superpowers, Russia and the United States, can be traced to World War II. To be a superpower, a nation needs to have a strong economy, an overpowering military, immense international political power and, related to this, a strong national ideology. It was this war, and its results that caused each of these superpowers to experience such a preponderance of power. Before the war, both nations were fit to be described as great powers, but it would be erroneous to say that they were s ...
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  • Criminal Law Dicnonary - 1,347 words
    ... . Another example of an immunity is where a witness agrees to testify only if the testimony cannot be used at some later date during a hearing against the A court order that prohibits a party from doing something (restrictive injunction) or compels them to do something (mandatory injunction). Latin: All legal rights are either in personam or . An in personam right is a personal right attached to a specific person. In rem rights are property rights and enforceable against the Latin: All legal rights are either or in rem. In rem rights are proprietary in nature; related to the ownership of property and not based on any personal relationship, as is the case Proceedings taken during the cour ...
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  • Air Resistance, Tyres And Friction - 1,827 words
    ... sly mentioned. Also low tyre pressures below 20 psi (pounds per square inch) can be run to squat the tyre down onto the road and form a larger footprint. However with lower tyre pressures there is less force holding the tyre in shape. When under extreme force in the horizontal plane (such as in cornering) the rubber will elastically deform and cause heat to be generated. This heat is advantageous in that it causes a physical change in the rubber and it becomes soft and sticky. This translates into better grip. Though this only occurs to a certain extent. Once the tyre reachers a very high temperature (well over the peak operating temperature of one hundred degrees centigrade) the tyre ov ...
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  • Engineering Report - Whipper Snipper/lawn Trimmer - 1,276 words
    ... ions severe enough to threaten sight. This is why it is recommended to wear appropriate safety gear. Drive Shafts Shafts are a major component of the trimmer and you must pay particular attention to their durability. Most shafts are made of hardened steel. Flex shafts generally have been ignored by industry because of their high proliferation. As long as the shaft is labelled as a strong, reinforced unit, it should have no problems with breakage. Benefits you gain with flex shafts are the anti-vibration and shock-absorption characteristics that offer you comfort and help prevent gear and clutch wear and damage. In addition, if a drive housing on a flex shaft is bent, you can continue to ...
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  • The Eye And Laser Eye Surgery - 1,505 words
    ... ptical pulse of 250 is very long compared to other lasers. The discharge is build up in three phases: 1) X-ray pre-ionisation provides a homogeneous distribution of electrons in the discharge area. 2) A high voltage pre-pulse with a very fast rise time multiplies these electrons in an avalanche process, providing a homogeneous ignition of the discharge. Finally the main pulse gives the high current at moderate voltage to create the laser output. The energy per pulse is 1 Joule. With a repetition rate of 1 kHz this makes an average power of 1 kW. The efficiency of the laser is about 2 %, so 50 kW of electrical input power is required. To reach 1 kHz repetition rate a large flow loop, as i ...
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  • Human Rights - 1,364 words
    ... f-evident, which is that of each individual to equal freedom, and that any other right must be a derivation or specialization of this right, as are the freedoms of religion, assembly, and speech. Otherwise what is alleged to be a natural or human right is only a human want or need, and other justification must be found to satisfy it. Human rights may also be justified by a social contract. That is, these are the rights that in the state of nature all people, contracting to form a common government for their welfare, would impartially agree upon. A variant of this is to ask the question of all people as to what rights they would want to be guaranteed if they were completely free to recrea ...
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  • The Unfulfilled Fairytale In Dickens Great Expectations - 908 words
    In some ways, Charles Dickens Great Expectations is a disappointing novel because its rags-to-riches story remains unfulfilled. The victory that Dickens secures in the novel however, is more important, as it captures the truth that fairytales are fantasy. Dickens gives Pip a chance to become more than he is, only to have him reverted back to the old Pip in order to covey a moral message about false expectations. Throughout the novel, Dickens makes a direct contrast between appearances and reality, through characterization and imagery, to illustrate the inevitable authority of reality over appearance. Pips moral character undergoes many changes as he is given the chance to become what he beli ...
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  • How Have Adaptation Experiments Contributed To The Understanding Of Visual Perception? - 1,285 words
    Perception involves the input of basic information from a retinal image. Retinal images can be ambiguous in terms of size and orientation of lines, blood vessels infront of the retina, eye tremors and the blind spot can affect perceptual responses. One retinal pattern can lead to different interpretations and distorted images from inadequate sensory data, but perception of something as a recognisable object remains stable despite variations in the retinal image, such as light, or position of the object. Perception is a process of construction, a stable, veridical or true representation of the world which needs to be constructed. The retinal image can be ambiguous due to different sizes, slan ...
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  • Ethics - 556 words
    Ethical philosophy has been defined on two separate halves over the years. One approach is that of a Theory of Justice, and one of a Theory of Care. These to theories share distinct differences in their explanations of moral reasoning. The Theory of Justice's masterminds, John Rawls and Bjorn Kant's set-in-stone beliefs of ethical Justice is the highest contradictory point of the two views. Annette Baier and Virginia Held's Theory of Care demonstrates a more highly caring and emotional platform on their views towards ethics. Kant's theories came first in the early 1700's. His beliefs were based upon a fundamental idea known as "categorical imperative", which provides a basis for determining ...
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