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Pseudoscience: Common Depictions Verses Scientific Fact in Homosexuality
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A 5 page discussion of the inaccuracies regarding the root causes of sexual preference. Suggests that these inaccuracies are particularly damaging when they are misrepresented as scientific fact. Present real facts regarding homosexuality which would support the contention that sexual preference is genetically determined. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PPsciFrd.wps

Questions in Biology
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A 15 page address of fifteen specific questions from biology. The author addresses questions ranging from the association between carbon dioxide and photosynthesis to genetics to seed dispersal. Three sources are listed.
Filename: PPbioTestQs.rtf

Research Approaches To Extend Life Span In Lower Organisms
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10 pages in length. The quest for life extension continues to preoccupy mankind's scientific endeavors. Research in the area of increased longevity in lower organisms has produced findings associated with environmental (external) implications (Jazwinski, 1996), the discovery of longevity genes (Varmus, 1997), caloric limitations to produce beneficial metabolic changes (Yamaza et al, 2002) and achieving the same benefits of calorie limitations without the associated depravation by way of molecular mimicry (Anonymous, 2002). Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: TLCLfSpn.rtf

Review of “Does Race Exist?”
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A 5 page review of an article appearing in Scientific American in 2003 discussing genetic similarities and differences between and within those groups of humans that we commonly refer to as races. The authors discuss the role that Alu polymorphism carries in distinguishing broad groups of people and the limitations of using the measure to categorize humans. The authors explain that some who appear to be quite similar can be quite different genetically, while the reverse is also true. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: KSraceArtRev.rtf

Rhetorical Analysis: Stephen Gould
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(5 pp) In this paper we will be examining a short piece of text (Chauvet Cave: The Discovery of the World's Oldest Paintings - 1996) by Stephen Gould which involves both science and technology, yet we will examine this work from a rhetorical perspective, first as a singularity, then in light of a broader context. Bibliography lists 3 sources. The student should note that the text used is included after the bibliography.
Filename: BBrhetor.doc

Science Cannot Reach Definite Conclusions
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This 4 page thesis paper supports the point of view that science is not definite. Two articles --one by Stephen J. Gould and the other by Fox--are compared and contrasted. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: SA709sci.rtf

Sex Chromosomes in Flowering Plants
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A 7 page review of the literature review presented by Ming, Wang, Moore, and Paterson in the February 2007 edition of the American Journal of Botany. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPplntssexchromosomes.rtf

Social Issues in Genetic Research
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This is a 6 page paper which examines the social issues which have been brought to the forefront as a result of genetic research. The bibliography has 7 sources.
Filename: JHSgen.rtf

Sociobiological Aspects Of Cloning
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A 4 page paper on the the application of social Darwinism and later studies to the new cloning process. Points of discussion include fitness of the species, ability to reproduce, and the replication of disease. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Clonebio.wps

Stem Cell Research
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A 5 page assertion of the value of stem cell research. Despite the controversy surrounding it, stem cell research has the potential to greatly benefit mankind and the world as a whole. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: PPstemC9.rtf

Techniques for the Study of Cells
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This 3 page paper provides an overview on how a microbiologist studies cells. Various techniques are discussed inclusive of cell fractionation. The importance of PCR testing is also touched on. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: SA347DNA.rtf

Technological Innovations in Farming
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A 9 page overview of the diversity of technological innovations which have made their way into modern agricultural practice. These include everything from the use of genetically engineered plants, to the control of pests and disease, to the use of plants and animals as bioreactors in molecular farming. Specific areas of farming now entail a number of technological considerations which were only a figment of science fiction just a few years ago. Many of these innovations have resulted in the ever increasing pressure to feed the world’s masses and to provide certain products which are of pharmaceutical or industrial use. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: PPfarmTc.rtf

The "Universality" of the Genetic Code: Two Explanations
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A 3 page overview of the two primary theories concerning the creation of life. These theories are the Big Bang theory and the Creationist theory. While significant effort has been expended demonstrating the validity of the Big Bang theory, there always remains the exceptions in the so-called universal genetic code that are not explained. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: PPgenCod.rtf

The Advantages Of Bioengineering
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6 pages in length. Despite the throngs of critics who oppose the use of bioengineering in current endeavors, this scientific strategy has only begun to open doors that have otherwise never before been accessible. There are myriad possibilities for people's lives to become enhanced in ways that have not ever existed; researchers have only just applied the very tip of what technological mastery they have uncovered. The writer discusses how rapid advances in bioengineering not only represent humanity's ongoing quest for a more pleasurable existence, but also how it symbolizes the ability to provide where nature leaves off. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCBioEn.wps

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