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    Event Reflective Report Event Concept The concept of the event is when customers buy according to our promotion package. 1 box (10cans) gets 1 free customized Coca-Cola can while 1 carton (24 cans) gets 2 free customized Coca-Cola cans. Chinese New Year is just around the corner and most Chinese people will get stock up with carbonated drinks, beers, and etc. The targeted customers are wide, because Coca-Cola is the world most known carbonated drinks besides of 100 Plus. There is three team of crew

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    Imagine a world where numbers, letters, tastes, and sounds have color. Imagine a world where letters and numbers have personalities. For a synesthete, this is their world. Synesthesia occurs from a cross wiring in the brain. Instead of one sense being used in a particular action, multiple senses are used. Although little medical knowledge is known about the condition, it is fascinating and continues to impact our world. I was introduced to synesthesia when I read A Mango-Shaped Space by Wendy Mass

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    Mirror Neurons

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    Rizzolatti and his colleagues found a group of cells that fired whenever a monkey prepared to act on a stimulus as well as when it watched another monkey act on the stimulus (Winerman, 2005). For example, the monkeys showed a similar pattern of activation when they were performing a simple motor action like grasping a peanut and when they watched another monkey perform the same action (Winerman, 2005). In other words, monkey see, monkey fire -- monkey do, monkey fire. This grouping of cells was called

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    He was in the opinion that birds have similar characteristics of dinosaur. The DNA of dinosaur cannot be used to genetically modified dinosaur because dinosaur DNA breaks down quickly. He stated that a biological modification tools called atavism activation will be the best method to use in this process whereby a developing embryo of a bird or chicken cells and parts of body is resorbing by turning the genes responsible for the different stages of development off to create chickenosaurus. Also, Francis

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    Motivation is defined as an internal process to act towards a desired goal. It is moving forward and not staying static. It is pushing oneself involving energized behaviour and directions. It is a basic desire shared by needs, cognitions, emotions and external stimuli to optimize well-being, minimize physical pain and maximize pleasure; physical needs like sleeping, eating, resting and sex. Desires and goals are the inherent strength that drives us to move, take action or plan to achieve. Motivation

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    It is possible to avoid the onset of cancer with the aid of chemo-preventative measures that use strict dietary alterations. Notably, a vegetable/fruit-centred diet has been linked to a lower chance of lung cancer. Health risk factors like smoking, along with its lengthy dormancy period make lung cancer a universal health threat, and thus a great candidate for dietary chemo-prevention (Warin et al., 2014). Reactive oxygen species (ROS) have been linked to an increase in the risk of cancer development

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    Overview Of The Immune System

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    which produce specific resistance to human diseases (3). Also it consists of tissues which found in lymph nodes. Lymphoid tissues dedicated to circulation and production of lymphocytes, while lymph nodes serve as filtration of lymphoid system and activation of lymphocytes. Human lymphoid system has two organs: central or primary lymphoid organ and peripheral or secondary lymphoid organ. Primary organs are located in bone marrow and thymus and generate lymphocytes from immature progenitor... ... middle

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    It is well established that exercising in hot conditions can adversely affect endurance exercise capacity (Altareki, Drust, Atkinson, Cable and Gregson, 2009) and is also associated with an augmented rise in core temperature (Tc), increased risk of exercise-induced hypohydration (Kay & Marino, 2000) and can increase the risk of heat related illness, such as heat exhaustion and heat stroke (Wendt, Loon & Lichtenbelt, 2007). To mitigate these detrimental effects, powerful physiological mechanisms are

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    Lactase Enzyme Analysis

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    The enzyme is a protein that acts as a catalyst, lowering the activation energy needed for reactions to progress in cells. The reaction can still occur without the presence of the enzyme, but at a much slower rate. Activation energy is considered the minimum amount of energy needed for a chemical reaction to occur, yielding products from a given set of reactants. The shape of enzymes determines its function and which substrate the enzyme binds to and catalyzes is determined by the shape of its binding

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    and phenylalanine to phenolic compounds4, 5. SIMP studies on tryptophan catabolism in strain JA2 revealed multiple pathways 2, 3 and a novel enzyme, tryptophan ammonia lyase6. Stress induced activation of indole derivatives biosynthesis is reported in strain JA2 plausibly by yet unidentified metabolic activation mechanism7. Strain JA2 transforms phenylalanine to phenyllactic acid via Erlich’s pathway5 and also produces unusual phenyl alkyl esters and a novel phenolic compound, Rubrivivaxin, through

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