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    It was a beautiful sunny Saturday morning when I woke up on March 24, 2012, and most importantly it was my tenth birthday! I woke up to the waft of pancakes and freshly cooked bacon coming in from the kitchen. I got out of bed, and ran downstairs. I ran so fast that I tripped on the last step, landing on my ankle. But that did not matter because it was my birthday. I bounced in the kitchen flinging the door open. The first faces I saw were my mom, brother, grandma, and grandpa; mom was still in her

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    Earlobes Gone Wrong

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    Earlobe piercing gone wrong? Don’t worry Earlobes are said to be a key look-enhancing factor to a person’s face. Adorning it jewellery helps make the overall face look completely different. No wonder why earlobes are the most commonly pierced body part around the world. Earlobe piercing can get wrong Nowadays, earlobe piercing isn’t as much of a difficulty as it used to be in the earlier days. Just a slice with help of a mechanized gun and the pierce is done, without even slight pain! However, there

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    proper term for enlarging your earlobe piercing is ‘stretching’ and a lot of people are offended when people use the term ‘gauaging’ as there is no such thing. ‘Gauge’ is a unit of measurement and it is used to describe the size of some body jewelry. The jewelry worn in stretched piercings are never called gauges, the correct terms include plugs, tunnels, CBR’s (captive ball rings), horseshoes and straight bars. There are two different methods used to stretch earlobe piercings and depending on who

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    Earlobe Allele Frequency in General and Asian Populations Laura Kathryn Browne Georgia Perimeter College   Introduction: The purpose of this experiment is to observe the frequency of attached versus detached earlobes to better understand the presentation of traits in humans in general and in certain populations to determine if individuals of particular ethnicity are more likely to present with one phenotype of the other. It is understood that attached earlobes are the dominant phenotype and detached

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    The traits we tested were hairline, earlobes. chin shape, and vision. For hairline they had a 50% chance, earlobes 50% chance, chin shape 0% chance, vision 100% chance. With them having a 0% chance on passing on Morgan’s chin shape they can’t be her birth parents. The second couple we did was Boris and Natasha. The traits we tested were Hairline, earlobes, chin shape and bloodtype. The percentage chance

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    3.03 Mendel Essay

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    surveyed within the data table, but also make a special note of these features in the observation section of your report. This information will be important when writing your conclusion. Feature | Trait | Total | Trait | Total | Earlobes | Free Earlobes |  12 | Attached Earlobes |  8 | Hair on knuckles | Hair present between second and third

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    Mendelian Genetics

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    MENDELIAN GENETICS DEFINITION OF TERMS * Genetics – the study of heredity and variation * Heredity – the transmission of traits from one generation to another, from parents to offspring; the protoplasmic continuity between parents and offspring * Variation – any difference existing between individuals of the same species * Chromosome – rod-shaped body in the nucleus of eukaryotes and prokaryotes that contains the hereditary units or genes seen particularly during cell division

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    [pic] |[pic] |1.3.5 Practice: DNA and Heredity | | |Practice Assignment | | | | | |[pic]

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    Ear Keloids: What you need to know BEFORE undergo for a surgery This book is a collection of copious case studies of ear keloids in many patients whom I have personally treated in my medical practice. The heart of this book is to review the natural history of ear keloids, how they evolve over time, and how they respond to different treatments. As you will notice throughout this book, not all ear Keloids are identical. Every patient presents in a very unique way, therefore treatment of ear keloids

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    convey and represent the symbolism entirely of what Buddha is in other art pieces. Rock cut stone sculpture of Buddha is represented in a peaceful nature as he gives the first sermon, the sun, the lotus flower, the knot on his head, the elongated earlobes, the slightly closed eyes and cherubs up above are common symbols that represent Buddha. Where the Grand Buddha at Ling Shan is an 88 metre tall bronze statue, that stand upward, and has very little Buddha symbolism represented. He has the knot on

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