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  • Bacteria Change Nitrogen Gas
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    Starch changes to Maltose which change to Glucose by the action of Amylase Protein changes to Peptides which change to Amino acids by the action of Protease Fats change to Glycogen and Fatty acids by the action of Lipase The only groups absorbed without any digestion are water, vitamins and sugars Saliva in mouth consists of the enzyme Amylase which consists of Ptyalin Pepsin is made in stomach, it acts on proteins and changes them to Peptides Bile (pancreatic juice) neutralizes food in the duod...
  • Chang And Eng
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    During the 1850's, and again after the Civil War, Chang and Eng returned to public exhibitions. In 1860, they met the famed showman, P.T. Barnum and worked for a brief time at his museum in New York City to support their growing families. Barnum also sponsored their tour to Europe. While in Europe, the brothers once again investigated the possibility of separation. The danger was still deemed too great, and surgery was refused. As their health declined, the brothers desired to return home, and t...
  • Chameleon's Predators
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    The Chameleon The Chameleon is a lizard that changes color. It has a short neck that does not permit the head to turn. The Chameleon's eyes are large and turreted, which means that a Chameleon can look backward and forward at the same time. On the Chameleon's feet, front and back, the toes are divided into two sets, two toes on one side and three on the other side of each foot. One set is pointed directly forward and the other set backward. The Chameleon has a yellow mouth. It's trunk is thin an...
  • Radical Change Of Appearance
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    Section I A. Radical plastic surgery is by many looked upon as science fantasy. But it appears that we are going to have to adapt ourselves to a society were humans have their body changed surgically in such a radical extend that you do not know whether to amused or afraid. In the excerpt from the article "I'm having my wings done " we hear about the plastic surgeon Dr. Joe Rosen who does not seem to have any scruples about fx. trough plastic surgery to give a person wings. Personally I think it...
  • Sandow's Nude Body
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    American History II Lynne Spence Houdini, Tarzan, and the Perfect Man Introduction: John F. Kasson became interested in writing this book once he researched his great-grandfather Albert G. Matthews past. His knowledge of President Roosevelt also assisted in his interest to explore manliness in the past. He was interested in Houdini, Burrough, and Sandow's representations of popular a sthetics and cultural patterns of the male body and physical beauty. Neurasthenia, an American disease of nervous...

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