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  • The Effect Of Carica Papaya Seed Extract On The Cell Wall Of A. Flavus Under Transmission

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    Effect of Carica papaya seed extract on the cell wall of A. flavus under transmission electron microscope: In this experiment, transmission electron microscope was applied to detect the effect of papaya seed extract in the conidia cell wall and mycelia of A. flavus at concentration 100 & 200 mg/ml compared with control (without papaw seed extract). A small portion of the fungal mat was fixed at room temperature in 2% (v/v) glutaraldehyde mixed with potassium in 2% (w/v) osmium tetraoxide buffered

  • Symbolism In Thanhha Li's Inside Out And Back Again

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    Symbolism is used in literature to give an object another meaning, other than its literal meaning. A great example of symbolism is the cross and how it symbolizes the death of Jesus. Inside out and Back Again by Thanhha Li is a work of historical fiction. First, Ha, her mother and her three brothers were forced to flee their home country of Vietnam due to war. They have to face this hardship and many to come without the support of their father, who was kidnapped by the Communists and disappeared

  • Comparative Study Of Using 17 Β -methyltestosterone And Some Medicine Plants As Reproductive Controller Agents Of Oreochromis Niloticus

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    Mehrim, Fathy F. Khalil, Fayek H. Farrag and Mohamed M. Refaey Animal Production Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Mansoura University, Al-Mansoura, Egypt ABSTRACT This study aimed to compare of using 17α-methyltestosterone (17α-MT), pawpaw (Carica papaya) seeds powder (PSP), and neem (Azadirachta indica) leaves powder (NLP) as reproductive controller agents for Oreochromis niloticus. This experiment was divided into three consecutive periods; the first period was the treating period with dietary

  • Refugee Challenges

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    There are many challenges that refugees face fleeing home, finding home, and moving to a new country altogether. Some refugees have been abused in their own country, and some have been persecuted. Others have lost their country because of war. Refugees have no choice but to flee and find home and this turns them inside out and back again. In Inside out and back and again Ha experienced many of the challenges that refugees face. Some of the challenges that she faced were adapting to a new life in

  • Dengue Is A Viral Disease

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    number of deaths. There is no antiviral chemotherapy or vaccine for dengue virus and management of the disease is done on supportive measures, so various treatments are being investigated. Studies have indicated that the juice of the leaves of the Carica papaya plant from the family Caricaceae could help to increase the platelet levels in these patients. This review explains some of the published studies on this topic. Although many of the studies and case reports published in literature lack adequate

  • Scarcity, Accessibility, Utilization And Stability Factors Affecting The Intake Of Fruits From Trees Essay

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    Chapter 5 The availability, accessibility, utilization and stability factors affecting the intake of fruits from trees in forest areas in Cameroon Introduction and problem In sub-Saharan Africa, just under one in every four people, or 23.2 percent of the population, is estimated to be undernourished in 2014–16 (FAO et al., 2015). This is the highest prevalence of undernourishment for any region in the World and, with about 220 million hungry people in 2014–16, the second highest burden in absolute

  • Benefits Of Genetically Modified Organisms

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    Genetically modified organisms genes are transferred is by using “infectious, tumor-forming bacterium such as agrobacterium. Genes with desired characteristics are cut out of the donor DNA and spliced into bacteria DNA using a special enzyme. The bacteria then infects plant cells and carry altered DNA into cell’s nuclei. The cells multiply, forming a tumor, or callus, which can grow into a mature plant” (Cunningham 2015). Three examples of GMOs are Roundup Ready soybeans, Bt corn, and Virus resistant

  • Plant Proteases Advantages

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    Proteases are the most important type of enzymes because they represent ca. 60% of all commercialized enzymes in the world and occupy the most relevant position among industrial enzymes. Plant proteases have various applications such as in detergent manufacturing, in medicine, and food science for many years (Siota and Villa, 2010). The most frequently employed plant proteases are papain, bromelain and ficin, although new proteases with new and more appealing physicochemical properties for industry

  • The Dialectic of Metafiction and Neorealism in Calvino's Baron in the Trees.

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    The Dialectic of Metafiction and Neorealism in Calvino's Baron in the Trees. "I agree to my books being read as existential or as structural works, as Marxist or neo-Kantian, Freudianly or Jungianly: but above all I am glad to see that no one key will open the lock". The above quotation perhaps shows more than anything else the ambiguity of Calvino's works. The obsession to label all narratives arises from our compulsion to make sense of this world, as literary generic categories form part

  • Factors Affecting The Intake Of Fruits From Trees Essay

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    Check referencing and put scientific names of table in annex 1 into italics Chapter 5 The availability, accessibility, utilization and stability factors affecting the intake of fruits from trees in forest areas in Cameroon Introduction and problem In sub-Saharan Africa, just under one in every four people, or 23.2 percent of the population, is estimated to be undernourished in 2014–16 (FAO et al., 2015). This is the highest prevalence of undernourishment for any region in the World and, with about

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