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Lesions In The Amygdala Of Female Rats
3,024 wordsAlterations in feeding behaviour of female rats at varying phases of their reproductive sequence as a result of lesions in various parts of the amygdala Rachel K MacDonald City University The topic of this proposed research is the role of the amygdala in hunger and satiety following damage in female infant and adult rats as a result of sexual and maternal activity. Data will be collected from 200 female albino rats, 50 infants and 150 adults of the Sprague-Dawley strain. Hunger and satiety will ...
Enthalpy Change For Deltah 2
772 wordsEvaluating An Enthalpy Change That Cannot Be Measured Directly. Dr. Watson. Introduction. We were told that sodium hydrogen carbonate decomposes on heating to give sodium carbonate, water and carbon dioxide as shown in the equation below: - 2 NaHCO 3 (s) Na 2 CO 3 (s) + H 2 O (l) + CO 2 (g) = DeltaH 1 This was given as deltaH 1 and we had to calculate as part of the experiment. This however cannot be measured directly, but can be found using the enthalpy changes from two other reactions. These b...
Functions Of Consciousness 1
1,378 wordsSection 4: Consciousness Pages 114-117 I. Defining Consciousnessa. Consciousness is commonly defined as being aware of the immediate environment. i. For example, knowing when to go to class or work. b. Consciousness also deals with awareness of your thoughts, feelings, and memories. i. Examples 1. Making plans for dates. 2. Getting annoyed at your performance in school. 3. Thinking back about good times with your friends. c. Early psychologists and their studies i. When early psychologists studi...
Aid 1 Intensifier 1 Experiment Room Hall
1,076 wordsDino Crisis The following codes and playing tips came from Game Sages. For more cheat codes, playing tips, reviews and news, please visit us on the Web at web All DDK door's passwords 1 = Enter 'HEAD' to open the Chief's Room door. 2 = Back to Main Entrance. To unlock this door enter 'NEWCOMER'. 3 = In B 1 Hall, input 'LABORATORY' to unlock the door. 4 = Back to Computer room, insert your Key Card in the key card device. Regina will call Gail for help. After that, you have to use your DDK Disc a...
Strong About Migrant Labor Problem 2
897 wordsJohn Steinbeck Outline I. John Steinbeck used his personal experiences as a laborer to write many of his novels like Of Mice and Men and The Grapes of Wrath. II. John Steinbeck's Life) Family 1. His dad served as the county treasurer. 2. His mom was a school teacher. 3. He was one four children and was the only boy. B) Childhood and Adolescence 1. Born on February 27, 19022. Began telling stories as a child 3. Sent short stories to magazines under a false name 4. He was interested in biology, th...
Molecules Of Magnesium
286 wordsAnalysis: B) The magnesium strip had turned into a powdered form in which it has degenerated C) 37.9 grams D) Mg - 50 / 34.31 = 1.45 - 1 O - 50 / 16.0 = 3.12 - 2 Therefore the ratio will be 1 to 2: MgO 2 E) Based on the evidence the answers are of the ones shown on the above Evaluation: F) The mass of the magnesium oxide would be far too low if there was any magnesium oxide escaping during the experiment as it causes for less particles therefore less mass to be in the container causing a lower c...
Change In The Identity Of A Substance
663 wordsStep's to the scientific method 1. Observing- observing is the use of the senses to obtain information. Observation often involves making measurements and collecting data. The data may be descriptive or numerical in nature. 2. Formulating Hypotheses- The hypothesis serves as a basis for making predictions and for carrying out further experiments. Hypotheses are often drafted as "if-then" statements. The "then" part of the hypothesis is a prediction that is the basis for testing by experiment. 3....
Efficiency Of The Motor 1 0
787 wordsThe aim of this experiment is to compare the electrical energy used to operate a motor with the potential energy gained by a mass raised by the motor. Materials: 1.1 motor 2. String 3.1 spool 4. Ammeter 5. Voltmeter 6.7 insulated cables 7. Stand to hold the motor 8.1 switch 9.1 rheostat 10.1 power pack 11.3 x 10 gram weights Procedures: 1. Set up a circuit as shown in figure 50-1.2. Tie the cotton to the spool and attach the spool to the motor 3. Tie a ten gram weight onto the end of the cotton ...
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