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Trinucleotide Expansion in Huntington's Disease
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A 3 page overview of the trinucleotide expansions within the huntingtin protein that result in the extension of polyQ-encoding repeats. Bibliography lists sources.
Filename: PPhuntingtonMolStr.rtf

Two Issues - Biological Evolution And Air Pollution
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A 3 page paper that addresses two issues. What would a science teacher say to a student who things biological evolution is nothing more than a theory without support and to another student who thinks human lungs will adapt to filter out toxic pollutants so we don't need to worry about air pollution. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PGevpl2.RTF

Unfriendly Phosphates.
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(5 pp) As an average person, I don't think that I get any dirty than most, yet the other day I did agree to help some friends move into a new apartment, and the majority of me was filthy, to the max. I decided that it was time to use one of the super-duper television-type detergents to get the various types of crud out of my clothes. Don't buy any soap with phosphates in it - one of my roomies cautioned. Why, I asked. She gave me the -like, what planet are you from look, and I decided to see what her concern was as the basis for this paper of humans and the environment. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Urodele Limb Regeneration
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10 pages in length. Urodele amphibians hold a unique place within the scheme of biological diversity, in that unlike other living creatures they have the ability to regenerate their limbs. That various parts of the body can also be regenerated, such as the jaw, lens, retina, spinal cord and much of the heart, speaks to the notion that urodele amphibians are significantly more biologically advanced than virtually all other species known to man. The distinction between young and adult urodeles is that the adults possess the ability to regenerate their lost anatomical structures. Epimorphosis is the scientific term that describes the rebirth of cellular structure in order to develop a missing limb. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: TLClimbR.rtf


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