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  • Compound Light Microscope
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    Tristan Moore February 15, 2002 Biology 101 The compound light microscope is used for examining small or thinly sliced sections of objects under magnification that is higher than that of the binocular dissecting light microscope. The term light refers to the method by which light transmits the image to your eye. Compound deals with the microscope having more than one lens. Microscope is the combination of two words. "Micro" meaning small and "scope" meaning view. Microscopes in early times, like...
  • Oxygen In The Leaf Material
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    Photosynthesis 1. Would you illuminate your house plants with a green light bulb? Why or why not? It would not be a wise choice to put a plant under a green light bulb. The reason for this is that due to the fact that the leaves are green they reflect green light. This shining green light onto the flowers will cause photosynthesis to stop. Since the light is being reflect d, the cells do not get any light. With out light they cannot carry out the everyday of photosynthesis. If the choice was min...
  • Potential Effects Of A Depleted Ozone Layer
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    The Potential Effects of a Depleted Ozone Layer " And God said, let there be light and there was light and then God saw the light, that it was good ' (Genesis 1: 3-4). Undoubtedly, light is good. Without light man could not survive. Light is the ultimate cosmic force in this universe allowing man to progress and flourish. In the form of heat, light from the sun warms the Earth. Light, also, is the single most important factor influencing the growth and development of plants. Photosynthesis, a pr...
  • Infrared Spectrum For The Recovered Product
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    OXIDATION OF CYCLOHEXANOLTO CYCLOHEXANONE The oxidation of to involves the removal of hydrogen from the OH group. After separation and purification, an Infrared Spectrum will be run to determine the composition of the recovered material. Infrared Spectroscopy is a very powerful technique used in the determination of molecular structure and the identification of unknown organic materials. The infrared spectrum yields direct information about the presence or absence of key functional groups. "The ...
  • Germination Of A Seed
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    Problem: How does the amount of light affect the growth rate of a seed? Literature Search: This experiment is only trying to verify the answer since this question has been proven before. Others have also proven that seeds germinate at the same rate at the early stages no matter how much or how little sunlight there is. Once the radicle brakes trough and the plant starts to use photosynthesis to produce energy and grow. Since sunlight is needed in photosynthesis, the plant with more sunlight star...
  • Chloroplasts And The Decrease Of Light
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    Introduction: This experiment was done to test the hypothesis: Boiling and decrease in light will have negative affects on the rate of photosynthesis in chloroplasts. In this experiment we were told that we would be measuring the rate of photosynthesis. The reduction of a dye called DPIP is a part of the measurement technique. The transfer of electrons during the light-dependent reactions of photosynthesis reduce DPIP, changing it from light blue to colorless. The information on the lab sheet sa...
  • Dramatic Light Change From Shot
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    I am writing about the use of lighting in the opening scene of The Godfather, (1). The photography of The Godfather as an entire film is very planned and used specifically to generate moods, and have great psychological affect. This is just as true for the very first series of shots for the film, and perhaps more important since these first shots will give the audience the initial feeling of the film, and set a tone for the picture. The first shot is highly dramatic in its lighting method, and t...
  • Physiological Response To Light Absorption
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    In this essay I aim to describe the range of biochemical pathways and mechanisms used by living organisms both to detect and to emit light. I will discuss general principles employed, and illustrate the range of different biochemistry involved by the use of many specific examples. Light Detection I will discuss the mechanism and function of light detection by five groups of light detecting molecule. The biggest of these is the rhodopsin group of proteins, I will also look at the role of phytochr...
  • Study Of Melatonin Patterns In Sad Sufferers
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    How Moods Are Affected By The Sun Jared Sousa 1/20/96 Descriptive Research Thesis: The amount of sun people receive affects their mood. A young woman lies asleep on a cold, overcast winter morning. At 4 a. m., a faint incandescence radiates from a light bulb placed near her bed. The light gradually gains intensity and covers until 6 a. m., when the woman awakes. She had just experienced a simulated dawn of a new day. After being treated with this for several days, the woman's annual winter depre...
  • Trap Light
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    In 1987, both Eli Yablonvitch and Sajeev John got together to discuss research that both had previously discovered. Eli Yablonvitch was an electrical engineer at Bell Communications Research in Red Bank, New Jersey. Yablonvitch was known for refining a laser that would become a mainstay of fiber-optic communications. Sajeev John is a Harvard graduate student who worked on a thesis inspired by Philip Anderson of Princeton. The two agreed that the name of their idea should be called a photonic ban...
  • Lights Incandescent Plant Grow Lights These Lights
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    Grow Lights bought an incandescent grow-light 60 watt bulb at a hardware store for $7.72 for my indoor early starters. Although I have the grow light 3-4 inches above them, they already look a bit spindly. I watered them thoroughly today, removed the plastic cover, and put the grow light closer to them (about 2 inches above them). I am aware of the recommendation for fluorescent lights for seedlings. That will require help from my husband, who hates my gardening, so I thought I'd try the incande...
  • Very Same Tanning Rays As The Sun
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    Tanning Beds / Salons What exactly is tanning Tanning is your bodys natural response that occurs when your skin is exposed to ultraviolet radiation (UV) such as the sun. Exposure to UV radiation from sunlamps and beds can add to the total amount of UV radiation you can receive in your lifetime. UVA and UVB rays put out radiation which can cause skin cancer. Tanning beds and booths basically imitate the sun. The sun emits three kinds of UV rays (the ones that make you tan). UV-C has the shortest ...
  • Inner Light In Order
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    Inner Light In order to understand what light is one has to understand how vision works. The process of visual perception is incredibly complex, involving many functions of the brain. In Arthur Zajonc's book "Catching the Light", he writes, "vision requires far more than a functioning physical organ. Without an inner light, without a formative visual imagination, we are blind". The function of registering visual information, seeing, requires learning to see, in other words, in order to see the l...
  • One Square Shaft Of Light
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    IN ON IT Performance Response Dada Kamera's performance In On It showcased in the Fresh Terrain Festival is a powerful performance of two gay men, This One and That One, who are working on play within a play. The play they are working on is the story of a man who has just found out that he is terminally ill and only has a short time to live. He tries to tell his son who shuts him out. He tries to tell his wife, and she leaves him for another man. In the end, just before he drives his "blue Merce...
  • Timed Costume Change
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    Theatre Olympiad Game 1 Name of Game Objective / game basis Props Needed Rules of Play Physical activity Scoring Light focus and vocabulary Students will label the different parts of an ellipsoidal reflector spotlight. Once they have correctly labeled the lighting instrument, they will then focus the light to a certain marked area. Once completed the next person will go. 4 ERS lights. Labels made with ERS vocabulary. Marked area for light to focus to. The students will be timed to see how long i...
  • Back Of The Finger Light Case
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    A finger light is a device used by many pilots in place of backlighting on critical avionics equipment under low ambient light conditions. There are numerous avionics in the cockpit of the HH-60 G Pavehawk helicopter that do not have any backlighting and therefore require an alternate source of light to illuminate the avionics at night. Outfitting the pilots with fingertip lighting is the most economical solution to this potentially dangerous problem. This essay describes the finger light and it...
  • Factors The Rate Of Photosynthesis
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    Photosynthesis investigation Spot skill, Analysis and Evaluation Aim To investigate the effect changing the level of light has on the rate of photosynthesis. What is photosynthesis? Photosynthesis is the process through which light energy, water, and carbon dioxide are converted to carbohydrate and oxygen in the presence of chlorophyll. Photosynthesis takes place in the leaves. Photosynthesis needs all the factors to work steadily, if we limit one of these factors the rate of photosynthesis will...
  • More Intense The Light
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    Biology Coursework: Photosynthesis The aim of the experiment was to investigate a factor that would affect the rate of photosynthesis in a Canadian pondweed plant. Canadian pondweed is used because it has an unusual quality of giving off bubbles of oxygen from a cut end and it's easy to see and monitor / count the bubbles in water. It was decided to use light intensity as the experimental variable, different paper will be wrapped around the beaker containing the pondweed and different amounts of...
  • Strong Need Of Light In The Night
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    ? A Clean, Well Lighted Place is a story of lights and shadows, of the coexistence of 'being' and 'nothingness'. An old man sits outside the cafe, on the terrace, where all the tables are empty except then one he sits at. He hides himself in the shadow – the perfect hiding-place, a hide-out for a person who wants to remain invisible and unnoticed to the people he observes. They – the observed ones – do not even feel his presence, so close and tangible, although there are some w...
  • Dim Gray Wharf
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    Additional Poems By Arna Bontemps Essay, Research Additional Poems By Arna Bontemps God Give to Men God give the yellow man an easy breeze at blossom time. Grant his eager, slanting eyes to cover every land and dream of after while. Give blue-eyed men their swivel chairs to whirl in tall buildings. Allow them many ships at sea, and on land, soldiers and policemen. For black man, God, no need to bother more but only fill afresh his meed of laughter, his cup of tears. God suffer little men the tas...

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