Marine life facts: Pelagic organisms
By: Rob Gray
The ocean is often viewed as being constantly teeming with life. But in reality, most of the ocean is a vast wilderness of blue, with nothing below but thousands of feet of water. It takes a well adapted organism to survive here, where food sources...
By: Ray Langley
Forensic Science: Explained. Forensic Science has been the search for infallible truth, with roots born from Greek and Roman expressions concerning the ability of one to prove his persuasive argument. (The word forensic comes from the Latin adjective forensis, meaning "of or before the forum"...
Protein sources found in nature
By: Katerina Nikolas
Nature isn’t always on everyone’s doorstep to offer up a bounty of food, but for those who have the opportunity to take a trip to the countryside, camp out in the wild, or bed down near a beach, there is natural food all...
How species are defined in asexually reproducing organisms
By: Tami Port MS
For sexually reproducing species, progeny result from the fertilization of an egg by a sperm. Organisms that can interbreed and produce fertile offspring are members of the same species. Organisms that can’t interbreed and produce fertile offspring are separate species. Case closed.* Asexual...
Evolution or Devolution
By: Pasquale Bottiglieri - 557387
We are asked to determine whether the race of humans, the modern species of human beings, Homo sapiens, is now in the process of evolving, that is to say moving toward a higher level of development, or devolving, moving inexorably toward extinction. I have chosen...
By: Tarek Musslimani
Amino acids are a very important class of chemical compounds that are 20 in number. Each amino acid is composed of a carboxyl group and an amino group in which both are attached to a CH group. The difference between each and each amino acid...
By: Terrence Aym
A recent article in the UK's Daily Telegraph bemoaned the possible extinction of up to one-third of the lifeforms on Earth. [Third of plants and animals 'at risk of extinction']But articles like these overlook the emerging bio-technologies of the 21st Century. As Mankind's knowledge grows...
By: Katerina Nikolas
The field of cryonic suspension is a fascinating one, involving the freezing of someone upon death and their cryopreservation until technology possibly advances enough to revive them and release them from their frozen state. If it is successful in the future it will be a...
Why the human race is doomed to extinction
By: Conmor Films
How the human race will truly end. The rate of which people are being born is higher then the rate of which people are dieing, all due to the fact that people are having more coitus, because it is deemed as being something of a...
Are human beings still part of nature?
By: Wayne Leon Learmond
Human beings, by our very definition, are still a part of nature - as much as some of us might not like to admit it. There is no escaping that fact, no matter how technologically advanced we may be now. Human beings are still full...

 

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