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Peanut Epidemic: A Case of Media Exaggeration - Peanuts are one of the most prevalent food allergens worldwide, and it has become a nemesis for many in recent years. Peanut allergies have been known to be life threatening, but only a few sufferers react with such extreme severity when exposed to peanuts. While peanut allergies have long-existed, it seems like it was very rarely heard of prior to the 1980s. In the last decade, peanut allergies have become the focus of media attention and controversy. However, the media is not as accurate as the public understands it to be....   [tags: Food Allergens, Peanut Allergies]
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Taking a Look at Peanut Butter - STRENGTHS Well-known product. The ------offers a brand name known internationally. Besides the company has been well known for their quality, freshness, and taste of its products. Pricing. Our product is priced lower than our competitors in our industry. Even though our competitors have a different kind of product compared to us. Nutrition. Peanut butter is well known because it contains many vitamins, proteins, and fiber. Nowadays, it is very important for everyone to start a day with a meal that it is rich in vitamins, nutrients, and provide energy throughout the day....   [tags: SWOT and busines analysis] 1165 words
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Marketing Peanut Butter in China - Marketing Peanut Butter in China China Ideal growing condition for peanuts. Climate and weather in china produce great condition to produce peanut for peanut butter. Marketing Communication Strategy 1. Establish who your consumer age group and gender. 2. Brainstorm what types of messages or reports that they are going to wish to use to determine, the communication method for distributing these studies and the frequency with which this communications should be made. 3. Produce a matrix of this information to establish where there is overlap in consumer’s product information, communication types and frequencies....   [tags: business analysis] 898 words
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The Cure for Peanut Allergy, A Speech Outline - ... ("Peanut Allergy...The Shocking Facts - Allergies: Allergy Symptoms, Treatment, and Medications on MedicineNet.com", n.d.) B. Blocking intake of peanuts is very difficult. 1. Peanuts are very commonly used in the preparation of food items. ("Peanut Allergy...The Shocking Facts - Allergies: Allergy Symptoms, Treatment, and Medications on MedicineNet.com", n.d.) i. They are used as adulterants in the preparation. ("Peanut Allergy...The Shocking Facts - Allergies: Allergy Symptoms, Treatment, and Medications on MedicineNet.com", n.d.) 2....   [tags: medicine, treatment, allergy reaction]
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A Research and Self-Reflection on Peanut Butter - ... These skills that I have gained will help me through out my life. I am hoping to study medicine and will engage in numerous research studies. I feel that I have leanred the foundations that will equip and assist me to write research proposals in university. Medical research wll be an active part of my studies and I am grateful that I have learnt the basics. I am excited to further my studies in this methodology in my career. 6900kJ for a boy aged 7 and 6400kJ for a girl aged 7. This requirement will differ based on gender, amount of exercise done through out the day, height and weight....   [tags: affordable and nutritious food] 953 words
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The Fruits of Cherry Trees and Peanut Plants - ... On an average there are about 7,000 cherries on a cherry tree It takes 6 to 8 pounds of cherries to make 1 pound of dried cherries. help improve natural sleep patterns. protection against some cancers and heart disease and known as the stone fruit because of its pit. The cherry is still very popular in the old world. Europe still produces the most cherries in the world and is most commonly used to make jam. Each year, America produces about 650 million pounds of cherries and is the second biggest cherry producers in the world after Turkey....   [tags: plants, grow, facts] 752 words
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The Effects of Pollution on the Growth of Peanut Plants - In the control group, it is shown that, on average, the peanut plants grew up to 1.69 inches and had an average leaf area of 3.166 cm^2. In the aluminum sulfate investigation, the data calculated shows that plants watered with a pH of 2.5 grew the least in plant height (1.992 in) and leaf area (3.81 cm^2), followed by the plants watered with a pH of 3.5 (2.375 in & 4.67 cm^2). The plants that were given water with a pH of 4.5 grew the most with an average height of 2.81 inches and leaf area of 5.48 cm^2....   [tags: Scientific Research ]
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The Incredible Peanut - The Incredible Peanut According to Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary, a peanut is "a low-branching, widely cultivated, leguminous, annual herb with showy yellow flowers having a peduncle which elongates and bends into the soil where the ovary ripens into a pod containing one to three edible seeds" (7). However, this definition does not even begin to give any indication of the importance of the peanut as an agricultural power in the world today. Therefore, this paper will discuss the peanut including its history, economic uses, and other pertinent information regarding this amazing plant....   [tags: Botany]
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Hundraj & Company: A Peanut Butter Company With Expansion Plans - Hundraj & Company is pioneer in Roasted Peanut retail in the city Navsari. We are trying to expand our business which includes setting up plant of peanut butter in Gujarat. Peanuts have significant nutrients and are consumed in diverse forms all over the world since long. Peanut butter is one such product consumed in huge quantities specially in western states since many years. It is not very popular in India and the domestic market is dominated by milk butter. Hence, the promoters must target developing export market and should be economically sound....   [tags: India, Production] 773 words
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Adolescent Peanut Allergy: Causes, Consequences, Solutions - “An estimated 2.4 billion pounds of peanuts are consumed in the United States every year, and about half are in the form of peanut butter” (Muñoz-Furlong xvii). With all of this consumption of peanuts, how do the three million Americans with a peanut allergy get through life without accidently consuming a peanut (Young 44). A major problem facing American adolescents today is the peanut allergy. A peanut allergy is when the body has an adverse reaction to the proteins in a peanut. The part of the body designed to battle infections, the immune system, is the cause of the problem (Sicherer and Malloy 3)....   [tags: adverse reaction, family health history]
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Determining the Effectiveness of Peanut Shell in Degrading Pollutants in Water - Chapter I The Problem and its Setting Introduction In recent years, increasing awareness of water pollution and its far reaching effects has prompted concerted efforts towards pollution abatement. There are so many pollutants (bacteria, heavy metals, chemical, etc.) found in water. If we do not find solutions to clean our water, our marine animals will die. According to Prof. Mercedez Cabling of Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology that the condition of Nabao creek was in danger. So, we decide to have an experiment that can help in degrading pollutants in water but in a cheaper way, we will only use peanut shell....   [tags: Conservation]
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Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich - Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich Are you tired of slaving over a hot stove. Are you tired of wasting countless hours waiting for some rotten meat to cook. Are you run down or restless worrying weather your kids will like whatever meal you cook. Well, if so, then this sandwich is for you. It is easy to make and we will guarantee at a cheap price, you can't go wrong. It is nutritious and with the large amount of calcium it is even a healthy snack that is great for a growing child....   [tags: Descriptive Writing Examples] 1176 words
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An Exposition on Peanut Butter Cookies - An Exposition on Peanut Butter Cookies Have you ever tried to bake peanut butter cookies, and for some reason they were a complete flap because they were dry and crunchy, too moist and crumbly, or perhaps they had a terrible taste. Well, I have discovered this cool new recipe and I have never failed at making them. Have no fear, the ultimate peanut butter cookie recipe is here. We will need the following ingredients: 1c. of brown sugar, 1c. of white sugar, 1c. of margarine or butter, 1c. of peanut butter, 2 large eggs, 1 tsp....   [tags: Exposition Essays] 538 words
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Peanut butter and a God - Peanut butter and a god I am a rationalistic materialist refuting dualism, believing that it may be possible speaking in terms of metaphysics that nothing is real, and epistemologically what we can know, is nothing compared what can be known. While my being on this plane in a human body does not dictate my essence rather than it does my existence, for me, existence will always come before essence. Epistemology is a branch of philosophy that studies the nature of knowledge. What is it that we can know....   [tags: Philosophy] 1272 words
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Recriuiting the Most Suitable Laboratory Animals for Food Allergy Modeling - During the last few years, most of the societies, all over the world, have been facing a progressive increase of adverse reactions to food. Accordingly, as many as 20-30% of the general population, in the gross, report some two adverse reactions to food components, of which, for the most part, allergic disorders are of considerable concerns owing to their epidemic increase in prevalence and morbidity. Our understanding of these diseases has enabled the search of therapeutic approaches that can either modulate the sensitization process or impact on allergic mediators and hereby, helping manage allergic symptoms/signs....   [tags: wistar model of peanut allergy] 2176 words
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Animal Experiment: Male Wistar Rats - MATERIALS AND METHODS Animals 4-6 weeks old male Wistar rats weighing 80-120 g at study initiation, were obtained/purchased from the Animal House of Ahvaz Jondishapour University of Medical Sciences (AJUMS), Ahvaz, Iran. The rats were housed in an animal room maintained at 23 ± 3 °C and a relative humidity of 30-70 % with the altering light/dark cycle of 12h during the experiment and for at least, one week prior to sensitization period (for acclimatization purposes). The animals were housed in stainless-steel wire cages in groups of 5 and had free access to PN-free standard laboratory rodent chow and water....   [tags: cholera toxin, peanut allergy]
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What is Reverse Logistics? - ... Earth bound’s supply chain platform is a high-tech RFID tracking system by that tracks the movement of every head of the 140 million pounds of lettuce it produces every year from its global network of farms all the way to the customers that bring them home. It is a system called as "farm-to-fork traceability" (Charlie Sweat, CEO Earthbound) and it was that system that created the blip. This system allowed Earthbound to carry out a targeted recall of the specific contaminated products long before any official word had been issued and before anyone got sick....   [tags: digital supply chain, peanut] 1255 words
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Jimmy Carter - Peanut Farmer Turned President - Jimmy Carter - Peanut Farmer Turned President “President of what?” (Time, 1977, pg.5) if this is the reaction Jimmy Carter’s own family asked upon his announcement of running for president, how was he going to manage to get the country to vote for him. This ambitious decision was quite extraordinary considering Jimmy Carter had once been a peanut farmer until an accident permanently bent his thumb. The only form of political office he had held was one term as a Governor from Georgia. But Jimmy Carter realized after listening to the concerns and mood of the nation, this was an ideal time for an outsider, such as himself, to run for Presidency....   [tags: US History President Carter] 1074 words
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The Extent To Which Acid Rain and Air Pollutants Affect the Height and Total Leaf Area of Peanut Plants - Through a series of experiments to explore the effects of human activity on other living organisms, this study is aimed to answer the following question of to what extent do acid rain and air pollutants affect the height and total leaf area of peanut plants (Arachis hypogaea). The experiments documented the mean growth in height as well as leaf area of peanut plants that were exposed to varying amounts of aluminum, nitrogen, and phosphorus. The plants received twelve hours of direct sunlight, were kept at 72 degrees Fahrenheit, and were kept in soils with aluminum, nitrogen, and phosphorus....   [tags: Scientific Research ]
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George Washington Carver: The Peanut Man - George Washington Carver “George Washington Carver, who was not interested in being famous or amassing wealth found joy and honor in helping others, is considered one of America’s greatest but humblest of heroes. According to the World Book Dictionary, a hero is an individual admired for noble qualities and for his contribution to a particular field. The impact of “nature” and “nurture” on George were the greatest factors that enabled him to become a hero (United States). They “ultimately influenced him on his quest for education, which helped him become a renowned agricultural scientist, educator and humanitarian” (United States)....   [tags: African American innovators]
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The Boll Weevil Plague - On an endless road of meadows and half collapsed barns exists a quaint town living its motto “The City of Progress”. Enterprise, Alabama is stuck between miles of bleak pastures and feeding cows, but the peanut factory overwhelms your every breath. The monotonous drive does have a reward, and it can only be found hiding in a valley of small stores and baptist churches on downtown’s main street. It is a statue that reminisces this town’s story of triumph over its struggling economy during the decline of cotton....   [tags: peanuts, cotton, insects]
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Charles M. Schulz - Charles Monroe Schulz was the famous American cartoonist who created the well-known comic/ T.V. show, "Peanuts". On November 26, 1922 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Dena Halverson and Carl Schulz gave birth to their first and only child, Charles Monroe Schulz. His father, Carl Schulz, was born in Germany and his mother, Dena Halverson, was Norwegian. His uncle called him, "Sparky" after the horse in Billy DeBeck's comic strip, "Barney Google". Schulz loved to draw. He sometimes drew his family dog, "Spike", who ate weird things such as pins and tacks....   [tags: Peanuts] 1230 words
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Charles Schultz: A Famous Cartoonist - Eight-teen thousand comics in 50 years sounds crazy and impossible, Right. Wrong, it’s not impossible it has been done before by a guy named Charles Monroe Schultz. Making Comics has been his dream and goal ever since he was a little kid. Charles Schultz was the son of Carl and Dena Schultz. He was born November 26, of 1922 in St. Paul Minnesota. Charles was not known by his real name he was commonly known by ‘Sparky” He was nicknamed that because one of his favorite comic strip characters Spark Plug....   [tags: artists, drawings, Peanuts]
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PB&J Sandwich - One thing that is most common in each American household in America is the love of peanut butter and jelly sandwich, affectionately known as a PB&J sandwich. This culinary perfection has been around for years and the recipe has been change over and over again. When my mother was living in Jamaica, she only knew about a peanut butter sandwich. She never knew about grape jelly until she came to the states in 1981 when she started to work as a babysitter. So when I started to attend Pre- K in 1994, naturally, she packed in my lunchbox for my lunch....   [tags: Informative, Food, Personal Experience] 1171 words
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You’re NUTS - When you think of dangerous foods, what do you think of. I think of snakes, alligators, sharks, poisonous frogs. Now, I also think of peanuts. Yes, good old fashion peanuts are now becoming one of the most common allergies; also, one of the most dangerous. Who think bears are dangerous most everyone but the real danger is peanuts. Just look at peanuts from 1997 through 2002 in the United States children with peanut allergies doubled, 30% to 40% of those children won’t out grow the allergy. Peanuts are not really a nut, but a kind of legume related to beans, peas and soybeans family (“Jeff Food Allergy Institute at Mount Sinal School of Medicine 1”)....   [tags: Health ]
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Facts About Candy - Candies are delightful treat desired and craved by every person around the globe. There can be no kids or adults who can resist the sweet taste of this yummy colorful sugary candy. They are considered as the best ideal gift for special occasions such as Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, Birthdays, Christmas and more. CandyOriginally candy was not made with sugar but pure honey. During the middle ages, these candies were exclusively prepared for cooling and soothing sore throat. Another invention was the candies blended with spices like ginger, cloves, almonds, aniseed etc....   [tags: holidays, chocolate, dessert] 676 words
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Food Allergies - The Silent Killers - Is Peter Pan a war criminal. It is a proven fact that Peter Pan is responsible for the deaths of thousands of innocent civilians. No, not THAT Peter Pan. Peter Pan, Smuckers, Skippy, Jif and all brands of peanut butter are potential killers for people who are severely allergic to peanuts and peanut products. Did you know that one of the ingredients in some flavors of Jelly Belly jelly beans is peanut flour. Did you know that food, processed in equipment that has previously processed food containing peanuts, may be as lethal to the severely allergic as food containing peanuts....   [tags: Food Allergies Essays] 1197 words
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A bird-feeding program for late-fall through early spring - The chilly evenings in autumn are signs that winter, and cold weather, are approaching. While you might not feel the need to feed the wild birds who come to visit your yard in the spring and summer, you may want to help them survive the hardships of winter by setting up a feeding program for late-fall through early spring. Nature's Bounty Forget about your late-fall yard maintenance project and leave your withered annuals and late-blooming berries where they are. Birds and small animals will eat the dried fruits, seeds and flower heads from your summer and autumn plants, and can find shelter in the brush....   [tags: Orinthology] 1254 words
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What is in the Food We Eat? - Do you really know what is in the food you eat. Maybe you do and maybe you don’t. When you look at the list of ingredients on the back of your favorite snack, what do you see. Probably some very confusing words that you cannot pronounce. Genetically Modified organisms, or GMOs are in many of the things we love, but love doesn’t mean they are good for us. More and more strange ingredients are appearing on labels that we know and enjoy. In this research paper you will learn exactly what Genetically Modified foods are and how we overuse them today, what foods you think are good for you but are actually bad for you, and how this can affect our bodies....   [tags: ingredients, genetically modified, organic] 1146 words
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Keep Track of What You Eat: Dikeatray Recommended Intakes - ... I was also surprised to see that this number was also low. In order to increase my lipids intake is I would add more foods like nuts and avocado. I did not meet 100% of my fiber intake. My fiber was under my DRI. My DRI was 25g and I consumed 22g. My fiber was a bit low in my diet. I would have liked to see my fiber intake above 25g. I also did not consume enough from each fiber-contain foods groups. Both my fruits and vegetables feel short to meet my recommended intake. I really did not consume any foods that were high in fiber....   [tags: food, macronutrients, proteins]
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Genetically Modified Orgainism Foods Effects - GMO Foods Effects What does the destruction of organic foods, crops and humans have in common. That is right, Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs). Everyone knows that Genetically Modified Food is the “next best thing”, and is a cure for hunger, but just how safe are the foods to consume. Genetically Modified foods are taking a toll on planet earth for many reasons, and could end up being the demise of the planet. Crops are what physically keep us going as a planet, so when science and farming became one, we knew that the outcome was probably going to be a bad outcome, one that would have us all....   [tags: destruction of organic foods, crops and humans] 760 words
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George Washington Carver - George Washington Carver George Washington Carver was born a slave in Diamond Grove, Missouri. As a small child Carver was rescued from a band of Confederate kidnappers. From early on Carver was determined to get himself an education. Carver began his schooling in Newton Country, and while attending school he also worked very hard as a farm hand. While working and studying Carver lived in a one-room schoolhouse, and as time went on he excelled as sought out for higher education. Because of his race Carver was denied on attending Highland University....   [tags: essays research papers] 395 words
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Critique of Lars Eighner's Essay "Dumpster Diving" - Yesterday, I threw out an old jar of peanut butter with only about an inch of it left. It had not expired yet, but we had gotten a new jar, and that one simply tasted better. I wasn't supporting the homeless community, or being wasteful, I was just trying to make room in the cabinet. If I would have kept that inch of peanut butter, it wouldn't have made the world's population of homeless people try to find work, nor want to get off the streets. Lars Eighner is suggesting that when we throw away things, homeless people can find a way to make use out of whatever it is....   [tags: homeless] 852 words
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The Role of Gut Microbiota in the Exaggeration of Kwashiorkor - ... There are some aspects of the study that are not clearly explained in the article and if elaborated, may contribute to more concise findings. First, Smith et al. only used young twins in the study to investigate the microbiome with the diet. Although twins create a control group within human studies, there can be negative aspects, such as differences between twins and the rest of a population. The twins are genetically identical or similar, in fraternal twins, so the study may only be used to understand the disease in twins, compared to the rest of the people in Malawi that may also have the disease....   [tags: malnutrition, diet, bacteria] 545 words
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George Washington Carver - George Washington Carver George Washington Carver was born in Diamond Grove, Missouri during the spring of 1864 or 1865. Like many slaves, he was uncertain of his birth date. His mother, Mary, was a slave who belonged to Moses and Susan Carver. As an infant, slave raiders kidnapped his mother. The childless carvers reared George and his older brother, James. Growing up, George was captivated by plants. Many neighbors referred to him as the “Plant Doctor”. Since Carver was an African American, he was not accepted at any local schools, therefore he had to attend school eight miles away from home....   [tags: essays research papers] 622 words
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George Washington Carver - George Washington Carver, most referred to the “Peanut Man” was born into slavery around 1864 in Diamond, Missouri. His birth date is not known for sure because birth records were not properly kept by the slave owners. As a child, he was very sick and no one ever thought that he would grow to be one of the most distinguished agriculturists in America. Unfortunately, George never got to know his parents. His father was killed in an accident and his mother was kidnapped by night raiders. So, George was raised by his owners; Moses and Susan Carver....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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The Australia Brushtail Possum - Introduction: The Australia Brushtail Possum (Trichosurus vulpecula Kerr) is an introduced pest to New Zealand. Devices are set up to detect the presence of possums in certain areas. This information is used to determine where possum control is necessary and how effective it has been. Other than trapping, the most common detection devices are wax tags, and chew-track cards. The latter of the two being a rectangular piece of core flute/corrugated plastic, into which a bait (usually peanut butter) is forced down the flutes and then nailed onto a tree....   [tags: Biology] 2763 words
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Best Weight Loss Smoothies - ... Blend 1 cup skim milk, 1 cup frozen blueberries until ingredients are smooth. Pour into a glass and stir in flaxseed oil. Serve and enjoy one of the best weight loss smoothies. Peanut Butter and Banana Smoothie This is one of the best weight loss smoothies aside from so easy to make. Banana has many benefits like prevent muscle cramps, help to overcome depression. Banana also contains calcium to protect bones and teeth. Contains potassium to help against heart attack and lower blood pressure....   [tags: recipes, antioxidants] 629 words
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Fate And Feminism - Fate And Feminism In both Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw and The Kitchen God's Wife by Amy Tan, the reader is pushed to understand the nature of feminists in a new way. This purpose is carried out with the use of multiple feminist characters, a drastic change in a characters outlook on their situation, and the concept of making your own destiny. The protagonists in both of these literary works is female, and they are amazingly similar considering Shaw wrote Pygmalion eighty seven years before The Kitchen God's Wife was published in 1991....   [tags: essays research papers] 479 words
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george washington carver - Links Related to this Entry Commemorating Carver Related Categories 1860-1920 1920-1960 Educators Entries A-F Entries A-L History People Listed By Name Political Activists Technology Archive Photos George Washington Carver at Tuskegee Institute In 1896 George Washington Carver, a recent graduate of Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts (now Iowa State University), accepted an invitation from Booker T. Washington to head the agricultural department at Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute for Negroes (now Tuskegee University)....   [tags: essays research papers] 1041 words
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Genetically Modified Organisms - In the United States we have many rights and freedoms that other people are not so fortunate to have. We the people have the right to bear arms, vote in elections, express ourselves, and many more, but arguably the most important one is the freedom to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. The citizens elect government officials in hopes that they have our best interests in mind and will keep us safe. If they are doing their jobs, then why are we still unsure of what genetically modified organisms we are consuming from processed foods....   [tags: processed food, dna, bacteria] 872 words
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Investigating the Energy Content of Different Foods - Investigating the Energy Content of Different Foods Aim: To investigate the energy content of different foods. Introduction: We can show that food is a fuel by burning it, using this, we are going to investigate the energy content of four different foods; peanut, bread, pasta and a Brazil nut. Food is also a fuel in another sense. Plants and animals use food to get their energy. Different foods contain different types and amounts of energy. When food, and all other fuels (e.g. coal, oil, etc.), is burned, energy in the form of heat is transferred to it's surroundings warming them....   [tags: Papers] 552 words
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Uses of the Human Genome Research Project - So what is a human genome and why is the government researching it. The Human genome is the sequence of roughly 20,000 genes that make up human Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), or the building blocks that tell cells what to do. The government project named Human Genome Project (HGP) started in 1990’s, and is trying to unravel the 3 billion chemical base pairs in a DNA strand (http://www.ama-assn.org/ama/pub/physician-resources/medical-science/genetics-molecular-medicine/current-topics/human-genome.shtml.) DNA is made up of phosphates, sugars and amino acids, Adenine (A), Thymine (T), Cytosine(C) and Guanine (G)....   [tags: Human Genome Project]
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Are Genetics Responsible for Allergies? - Are Genetics Responsible for Allergies. A Study In Identical Twins Everyone has either suffered from some kind of allergy, or knows somebody who has suffered from allergies. Allergies are the source of irritating symptoms, ranging from a painless skin rash to life-threatening breathing problems. For years, researchers have been trying to find out the source of these allergies. Some have suggested that environmental factors or early exposure to certain foods can cause allergies later in life, while others say that allergies are caused by genetics....   [tags: Biology Essays Research Papers]
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I Want to Pursue a Career in Speech Therapy - “Wa-wa,” she said with that adorable childish voice. “No, no Holly say water, wa-ter.” I said (slightly frustrated) for the tenth time that day. I know that during my childhood, my mother heard this conversation between my doll and I more times than she can count. Holly was a doll with a speech impediment that I got for Christmas one wear. She would say basic words (like “water”) incorrectly and I would correct her until she said the word properly. This doll was my first encounter with my dream career....   [tags: Career Essay] 709 words
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How to Be a Successfull Cross Country Runner - Many people argue that cross country is one of the hardest, most physically challenging sports there is out there. A lot of people shudder at the idea of running two or more miles on hilly, steep, muddy and rocky trails. The funny thing about that is that is not even the worst part. In order to run two to four miles in races, one must prepare. “How do you prepare your body to run this long?” one might ask. That is where my argument comes in. Being a cross country runner of four years, I have seen, done and heard of a plethora of ways and strategies to become a successful cross country runner....   [tags: physically challenging outdoor sports] 912 words
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Consider Another Side: Why the TSA Is Good - Considering Another Side The Transportation Security Agency, or TSA, has received a negative response from many Americans about their practices and techniques to ensure airport security since its inception in 2001. Magazines, journals, and books have been dedicated to exploiting flaws within the TSA, with hopes that the agency will change. However, what many frequent fliers fail to realize is although their practices may be unethical, they have guaranteed our safety in both the airport and on airplanes....   [tags: transporation security agency] 1001 words
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The History of Art at Iowa State University - ... Artist Christian Petersen practiced his art during a transitional stage in American sculpture when styles moved from heroic to realistic (George Washington Carver). In 1934, Iowa State President Raymond Hughes offered Petersen a one-semester residency to create the fountain and bas-reliefs in the Dairy Industry Building courtyard. Amazingly this one semester job turned into 21 years, and from 1934 to 1955 Petersen served as Iowa State's sculptor-in-residence (George Washington Carver). According to an article in Iowa State Museum, Petersen created 12 major public art sculptures on the Iowa State campus, including the Fountain of Four Seasons, The Gentle Doctor, Conversations, and of cour...   [tags: campus, sculpture, intentions] 761 words
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