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Protests in the 1960s - U.

Protests in the 1960s - U.S. History. I INTRODUCTION Protests in the 1960s, political movements during the 1960s that called for social change in the United States. These movements include the civil rights movement, the student movement, the anti-Vietnam War movement, the women's movement, the gay rights movement, and the environmental movement. Each, to varying degrees, changed government policy and, perhaps more importantly,...


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Shark - biology.

Shark - biology. I INTRODUCTION Shark, any of several fast-swimming, generally large fish known for their many sharp teeth, distinctive dorsal fin, and skill in locating underwater prey. Like other fishes, sharks are generally cold-blooded and breathe with gills. But unlike the more common bony fishes, which have skeletons made of rigid bone, sharks--and their relatives skates, rays, and chimaeras--have flexible internal skeletons...


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Heredity - biology.

Heredity - biology. I INTRODUCTION Heredity, process of transmitting biological traits from parent to offspring through genes, the basic units of heredity. Heredity also refers to the inherited characteristics of an individual, including traits such as height, eye color, and blood type. Heredity accounts for why offspring look like their parents: when two dogs mate, for example, they have puppies, not kittens. If...


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Frog (animal) - biology.

Frog (animal) - biology. I INTRODUCTION Frog (animal), small, tailless animal with a squat body and long, powerful hind legs adapted for jumping. Frogs have large, bulging eyes and moist skin. They typically live on land but spend part of their time in the water. Most frogs develop from small, fishlike larvae called tadpoles or pollywogs that live in water. This life...


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Circulatory System.

Circulatory System. I INTRODUCTION Circulatory System, or cardiovascular system, in humans, the combined function of the heart, blood, and blood vessels to transport oxygen and nutrients to organs and tissues throughout the body and carry away waste products. Among its vital functions, the circulatory system increases the flow of blood to meet increased energy demands during exercise and regulates body temperature. In addition,...


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Pollution.

Pollution. I INTRODUCTION Pollution, contamination of Earth's environment with materials that interfere with human health, the quality of life, or the natural functioning of ecosystems (living organisms and their physical surroundings). Although some environmental pollution is a result of natural causes such as volcanic eruptions, most is caused by human activities. There are two main categories of polluting materials, or pollutants. Biodegradable pollutants are...


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Acid Rain.

Acid Rain. I INTRODUCTION Acid Rain, form of air pollution in which airborne acids produced by electric utility plants and other sources fall to Earth in distant regions. The corrosive nature of acid rain causes widespread damage to the environment. The problem begins with the production of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides from the burning of fossil fuels, such as coal, natural gas,...


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Alcoholism.

Alcoholism. I INTRODUCTION Alcoholism or Alcohol Dependence, chronic disease marked by a craving for alcohol. People who suffer from this illness are known as alcoholics. They cannot control their drinking even when it becomes the underlying cause of serious harm, including medical disorders, marital difficulties, job loss, or automobile crashes. Medical science has yet to identify the exact cause of alcoholism, but research...


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Leukemia.

Leukemia. I INTRODUCTION Leukemia, any of several types of cancers that affect blood cells, including oxygen-carrying red cells; certain infection-fighting white cells, such as granulocytes, macrophages and lymphocytes; and platelets, which aid in blood clotting. According to the American Cancer Society, leukemia is the sixth leading cause of cancer deaths among men and the seventh leading cause of cancer deaths among women. Each...


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Human Disease.

Human Disease. I INTRODUCTION Human Disease, in medicine, any harmful change that interferes with the normal appearance, structure, or function of the body or any of its parts. Since time immemorial, disease has played a role in the history of societies. It has affected--and been affected by--economic conditions, wars, and natural disasters. Indeed, the impact of disease can be far greater than better-known...


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Diabetes Mellitus.

Diabetes Mellitus. I INTRODUCTION Diabetes Mellitus, disease in which the pancreas produces insufficient amounts of insulin, or in which the body's cells fail to respond appropriately to insulin. Insulin is a hormone that helps the body's cells absorb glucose (sugar) so it can be used as a source of energy. In people with diabetes, glucose levels build up in the blood and urine,...


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Frog (animal).

Frog (animal). I INTRODUCTION Frog (animal), small, tailless animal with a squat body and long, powerful hind legs adapted for jumping. Frogs have large, bulging eyes and moist skin. They typically live on land but spend part of their time in the water. Most frogs develop from small, fishlike larvae called tadpoles or pollywogs that live in water. This life divided between water...


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