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The Kinesiology Of Bowling
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A 5 page paper that provides an overview of the kinesiology of bowling, including a look at the sagittal view, extension, flexing, eccentric and concentric movements, and the relationship between the bones and muscles during the game. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Bowling2.doc

Research Proposal
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A 6 page paper proposing a research project designed to discover some of the mechanisms of pathogenesis of rheumatoid arthritis resulting from the influence of rheumatoid factor. Early research discovered elevated levels of immunoglobulin G (IgG) in patients seropositive for rheumatoid arthritis, but it was not known if there was any relation between the presence of these IgG substances and the presentation of rheumatoid arthritis. It has since been established that IgG, as well as other dimers of Ig have some primary role in either the development or the advance of the disease, and it is believed that the role has at least some causative effect. The purpose of this proposed research is to attempt to discover what that effect might be. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Rearthr.wps

The Theory of Evolution: Fact or Fairy Tale?
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This 6 page paper provides a substantive overview of Darwin’s Theory of Evolution as it has been applied in contrast to Christianity’s notion of creationism, and then relates these elements to the argument that the Darwinian based concept of evolution is essentially a myth. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: MHDarwin.wps

“Bedside Assessment of Heel Lance Pain in the Hospitalized Infant”: A Critique of the Study by Harrison, Evans, Johnston, and Loughnans
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A 9 page overview of the procedures and findings in this study designed to provide a quantitative analysis of pain in neonates when undergoing a heel lance procedure. This study is unique in that it evaluates the feasibility of assessing pain among a particular difficult population, newborn infants who can not verbally communicate their pain or allow the researcher any means of utilizing patient self-assessment of pain as can occur in older patients. While some behavioral and physiological manifestations such as facial expression and heart rate were determined to be reliable indicators of pain others such as body movement were found unreliable. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PPheelLn.rtf

“Inside the Womb”: A Review of the Article by Madeleine Nash
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A 5 page review of an article celebrating the complexity of human life and our understanding of that life. In it author Madeleine Nash traces human development from the point of fertilization of the egg to birth, noting the similarities which exist between human life forms and non-human. Nash’s article, although replete with technical details, manages to captivate the interest of the reader while at the same time instill a scientific understanding of fertilization, cellular development, embryonic maturation, and birth as well as the genetic and prenatal factors which affect those processes. No additional sources listed.
Filename: PPwomb.rtf

“Muscle protein degradation and exercise”
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An eight page paper which looks at the way in which exercise affects the processes of muscle protein degradation and synthesis, with relation to periods of exercise and recovery. The effects of hormonal imbalances on the rate of protein synthesis are also considered, in terms of the ways in which they affect metabolism and the balancing of nutritional intake. Bibliography lists 8 sources
Filename: JLmuscprotein.wps

“Physiological effects of excessive sweating under conditions of extreme cold”
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A five page paper which looks at research into the effects on the human body of sweating in cold temperatures, with reference to the subsequent detrimental impact on several aspects of physiology and the way in which the design of insulated clothing does not always effectively compensate for the negative effects caused by exertion in cold weather conditions. Bibliography lists 6 sources
Filename: JLsweat.wps

"Green Tea Extract Boosts Exercise Endurance": A Critique of Experimental Design and Findings
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A 3 page critique of a research study conducted by researchers at the Biological Sciences Laboratories of Kao Corp., Tochigi, Japan. This study reports a correlation with green tea consumption and improved physical endurance. The author of this paper points out some important considerations in regard to experimental design and the researcher's affiliation that make these findings less impressive. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPteaHlt.rtf

Aaron Antonovsky/Unraveling the mystery of health
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A 5 page analysis of Aaron Antonovsky's book Unraveling the Mystery of Health: how people manage stress and stay well. In this book, Antonovsky presents an alternative way of looking at health, which instead of emphasizing the origins of disease, takes a different stance, and focuses on how health can be maintained. No additional sources cited.
Filename: 99antsky.rtf

Acid Tolerance in Streptococcus mutans
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A 14 page discussion of the physiological mechanism employed by this species of oral bacteria which allow it to exist in the rapidly fluctuating pH levels of the human mouth. The author details how the cellular membrane of the organism is critical in this process, selectively allowing protons to pass out of the cell and preventing them from passing into the cell. This ability allows S. mutans a selective advantage. Acidogenicity (the ability to generate acid) and acidurance (the ability to function in an acidic environment) are the primary physiological traits of this organism which make it such an important factor in the production of dental caries as well. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: PPstrept.rtf

Activation of Auditory Cortex During Silent Lipreading
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A 2 1/2 page paper which discusses various aspects of the article "Activation of the Auditory Cortex During Silent Lipreading" by Gemma A. Calvert, Edward T. Bullmore, Michael J. Brammer, Ruth Campbell, Steven C. R. Williams, Philip K. McGuire, Peter W. R. Woodruff, Susan D. Iverson, and Anthony S. David. The paper analyzes the argument, the evidence, and the reasoning presented in the research article. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAliprfax.wps

Adarand v. Pena
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This 8 page paper provides an overview of the Supreme Court case of Adarand v. Pena. The case of Adarand v. Pena (1995) underscores some of the central arguments both for and against affirmative action initiatives, and provides some insight into the conflicts that have arisen from seeking affirmative action initiatives in particular situations. This case also suggests the underlying reasons for changes in affirmative action policies in recent years. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: MHAdaran.rtf

Ageing
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An overview of the phenomenon of ageing from a biochemical perspective, looking at the programmed and random damage theories and the ways in which these might be approached in order to take into account both genetic and stochastic causes of ageing. Bibliography lists 5 sources
Filename: JLageing.rtf

Aging and Cognitive Development: Maintaining Mental Agility
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A 6 page discussion of the relationship between cognitive function and age. In the past a consensus has existed in the scientific community that declines in cognitive function is an irreversible impact of age, that mental frailty is an inevitable part of late adulthood. Today, however, developmentalists seem to be altering this attitude to one which recognizes that an individual’s participation in certain activities can have a positive impact on the retention of mental agility. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: PPeldCog.rtf

Alkaline Phosphatase
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3 pages in length. The enzyme alkaline phosphatase (ALP) is created in three places throughout the body: placenta, liver and bone. Bone growth and bile reflect the two locations where ALP is measured at its highest level. When bodily injuries occur, ALP is dispatched to aid in the healing process; additionally, it helps with the formation of bone during the growing process and aids in the fetal development during pregnancy. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TLCAlkaline.rtf


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