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Bionics and Prosthetics – The future Possibilities

Introduction The most significant part of our world is that all of the world’s fields and areas of knowledge can relate to each other even in the most farfetched ways….

What Effect Does Age Have on the Breathing Rate and Heart Rate During Exercise?

Introduction: The experiment is based upon the idea that heart and breathing rate changes after exercise to a certain extent in different ages. During exercise an individual needs to obtain…

Investigating Transport Across Membranes

Introduction The cell membrane is the boundary that separates the internal parts of the cell from surroundings. Substances that move in or out of the cells must pass across the…

Experiment to Test Touch Sensing in Boys and Girls

Question: Are males as effective as males in the recognition of Styrofoam letters? Purpose: The purpose of this experiment was to understand the behavioral differences between genders in 5 and…

Comparing the Effect of Different Antimicrobials on the Growth of Escherichia Coli

Background information “Antimicrobial is the name for a chemical that either kills or prevents the growth of microbes (‘bugs’ or ‘germs’) such as bacteria, viruses, fungi or protozoa. Some antimicrobials…

Assessing Water Quality in a Stream by Chemical Means

1. Introduction The aim of this experiment was to investigate water quality by chemical tests with which the momentary characteristics of the water could be assessed very precisely. The temperature,…

Female Fertility Problems

Fertility refers to the natural capability of giving life. In more scientific terms, fertilization is the fusion of the male (sperm) and female (ova/egg) gametes in order to produce a…

The Effect of Detergent Concentration on Membrane Permeability of Cells

Introduction: There is often a rule in cooking that says; do not rip off the skin of the beetroot or wash the tail of the beetroot when you cook*1, unless…

The Effect of Alcohol on Biological Membranes

1. Obtain and wear goggles, an apron, and gloves. 2. Obtain the following materials: a. Place about 10 mL of methanol in a medium sized test tube. Label this tube…

Ecology Observation Report

Figure 1: Location of Tree “X” 1. The tree that I’ve chosen to observe from March to June is located between the playground and the Main Hall, to the right…

Colors of Light (Wavelengths) Absorbed By Green Plants

Table 1: The absorbance of light for mustard and spinach in different wavelength. Qualitative data: Mustard: 1. The green mustard was put into the boiling water and then it become…

Temperature On The Movement Of Rigment Through The Cell Membranes

Figure 1 showing cell membrane structure From the graph it is evident that as the temperature increases, the % transmission of light through the solution(distilled water and anthocyanin) decreases.Therefore it…

Biodiversity Investigation

Defining the Problem and Selecting Variables Research Question: How does the plant biodiversity of the terrestrial ecosystem between the shore of the Links pond and 10 feet away from the…

Biology – HIV Prevention and Transmission

Viruses are unique in that they have been classified as both living and nonliving, the reason for this is that they cannot reproduce without a host cell. Also they are…

Biology Investigation – Comparing the Populations of Two Plant Species in Same Area

Introduction: Mimosa Pudica or also called sensitive plant or touch-me-not, is a prostrate to semi erect herb, 0.3 to 0.8 m tall, often forming a small compact bush about 0.6…

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