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  • Guppies To Selective Predation On Adolescents
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    In 1976 two biologists, David Reznick of the University of California at Riverside and John Endler of the University of California at Santa Barbara, traveled to the West Indies island of Trinidad to begin the first in their inclusive series of studies concerning evolution. Their studies focused on the vast population of guppies. After over a decade of researching the guppies, the two biologists came to the conclusion that the guppies were able to evolve a great amount in a small duration of time...
  • Change In Voltage The Amount Of Emf
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    Planning Aim To find the factors that affect the amount of E.M.F. being produced. The amount of E.M.F. produced during the experiment when each type of factors is change. Background knowledge Electro-motive-force is the energy being supply to a charge. Battery is a type of energy. The energy that it provides is voltage. Battery voltage is sometime called electro-motive-force because it is used to "pump" around the electrons in the wire. The force can be generates by the moving of magnetic field ...
  • Conditions In Two Dimensions
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    Question: Do you notice any interesting relation between the directions of the changes in velocity experienced by the two pucks? Answer: The directions of the changes in velocity are equivalent in Question: Does there appear to be any interesting relation between the magnitudes of the changes in velocity and experienced by the two pucks? Answer: Question: Can you notice a single "rule" which seems to govern all of our 2 dim collision data? Check your "theory" against the data obtained by all oth...
  • Their Wings
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    Most people do not feel change taking place within them. One of the reasons why this is so might be because it is happening in every moment of our lives. Looking at it from a scientific view, babies are born intellectually empty, devoid of memory or experience. Every detail that our senses take in triggers reactions in our brain, though at most times it is unconsciously. All of these little details and experiences of our lives are what shape us and change us. Humans are like sponges. We are cons...
  • Conditions On Worker Productivity
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    Hawthorne Studies The Hawthorne Studies, conducted at Western Electric's Hawthorne plant outside Chicago, starting in 1924 and running through 1936, were intended to bring about a greater understanding of the effects of working conditions on worker productivity. The results of the experiments were contrary to the management theory of the time (Scientific Management), and were key in bringing about an understanding of motivation factors in employment Basically, a series of studies on the producti...
  • Maxim's Experience With The Narrator
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    Rebecca by Daphne Du MaurierTexts show us how experience often changes people. 'Rebecca', a novel written by Daphne Du Maurer illustrates this point. Throughout the engrossing story, the characters experience much and as a result, the characters undergo both temporary and life-altering changes to their thoughts, beliefs and behaviour. In the beginning of the novel, the narrator is the insecure, shy and inexperienced paid companion of Mrs. Van Hopper. However, when she marries Maxim De Winter her...
  • Allusions To Nature Gwen Harwood
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    In Gwen Harwoods poetry, the changes in an individuals perspective and attitudes towards situations, surroundings and, therefore transformations in themselves, are brought on by external influences, usually in the form of a person or an event. These changes are either results of a dramatic realisation, as seen with shattering of a childs hopes in The Glass Jar, or a melancholy and gradual process, where a series of not so obvious discoveries produces similar reformation. An example of the later ...
  • Most Sensitive Area For Iron Fertilization Experiments
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    "Ironing" out Carbon Dioxide Carbon Dioxide plays a key role in the atmosphere. This gas has properties that allow it to sustain and hold in heat, which in turn warms the planet (EIA, 2004). Carbon, the primary component of carbon dioxide; is also the essential molecule for life and is the most basic building block found in all organic compounds. Human activities been blamed for the disruption of the earth's natural carbon cycles and according to some studies, carbon is being added to the atmosp...
  • Undershot Water Wheel
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    A water wheel changes the energy of falling water into mechanical energy that can be used for machines. The water is directed into the wheel through a tube. The wheel is placed on an axle, which is connected by gearing with the machine it is to operate. There are two types of water wheels, vertical and horizontal. The vertical wheels has an overshot and a undershot. The overshot water wheel has buckets around its edge. Water is delivered to the top of the wheel. The weight of the water falling i...
  • Changing Self Of The Narrator
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    Through the study of change in self, the concept of changing self can mean a complicated process which often involves a dynamic process of development, but sometimes change in self is triggered by traumatic experiences which can either hinder or hasten this process. This aspect of change is evident in several poems by Gwen Harwood, the film "The Matrix", Peter Goldworthy's novel "Maestro" and the short story "Sky High" by Hannah Robert. In the poem the "glass jar" the young boy's innocence is us...
  • Symbolic Of The Endless Possibilities Of Change
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    From studying such texts as Melina Marchetta's Looking for Alibrandi, The Door written by Miroslav Holub's, feature article Greeks Bearing gifts The Weekend Australian 16 - 17th December by Luke Slattery and the prescribed image my understanding of the consequences of change are that once it has taken place it is inevitable that a chain reaction is set of and many other contributing factors will be affected, the possible outcomes are endless. In Looking for Alibrandi we see due to her relationsh...
  • Changes Perspective
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    Different types of people have separate views on change. Some like change, others dislike it and there are those that accept it but wish for most experiences or even life to remain unchanged. There are also people who may learn from the change that was so unwanted. Good examples of these types of people are found in the following texts. Sky-high by Hannah Robert, Post Card by Peter Skrzynecki and the Walt Disney film, Lilo and Stitch by Chris sanders and Dean De blois. Written in informal langua...

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