Definition: A Scottish researcher, Alexander Fleming, discovered penicillin in September 1928. At the time, Fleming was experimenting with the influenza virus in a lab in London (Penicillin). After coming back from a two week vacation, Fleming noticed a mold had developed on an accidentally contaminated staphylococcus culture plate (Penicillin). Upon examination of the mold, he noticed that the culture prevented the growth of staphylococci. Fleming had discovered the world 's first antibiotic.
The bustling cities of Western Europe, the hyper-efficient sweat shops of central China, and the international military dominance of the United States all showcase the modernization and advancement of a once-uncivilized, undeveloped, and unconnected global community. Social, economic, political, and intellectual progress sowed the seeds of transformation that led to the development of the modern Western world. This modern West that we know today exists solely as the product of centuries of change
the various activities. The most important characteristic of the natural environment is a delicate balance between the various elements, and if there has been any change of some sort in one of these environments has avoid natural conditions after a period of effects of this change, Examples include the renewal of nature trees after fire destroys the areas of forest, this the balance between the constituent elements of the so-called environment (ecological balance) and any change to the elements of
worth any price.” (pg. 126) 3. What was the status of labor relations/labor unions during this time? a. Labor Unions had rose in power and strength again and many Union organizers were murdered. During this time, the US had, “the bloodiest and most violent labor history of any industrial nation in the world.” (pg. 132) Chapter 5 1. What was FDR’s view of the Supreme Court? a. FDR believed at the time of the Great Depression that the Supreme Court had been in charge of the Republicans. FDR also
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