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Plasmolysis in Onion Epidermal Cells – Biology Lab Techniques

First, cut a white onion into 4 to 6 sections. Onion is an ideal model organism to study plasmolysys because its epidermis is easy to peel off and quite resistant. Pick the third leaf from the outside, as it usually shows the best compromise between tissue maturity and integrity. Cut 5mm-wide square sections with a […]

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The Physiological Effects of Worlds Travel and How League of Legends Teams Try to Adjust

It’s that time of year: Worlds 2017 is finally here. You and I are super excited, watching a ton of games, But these teams are going into what may be the most important games of their lives And if that wasn’t enough stress to manage, the different circumstances they have to face when they attend […]

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Normal Physiology-Respiration and Swallow

Section I: Normal Airflow and Swallow The closed position, no-leak design of the Passy-Muir Tracheostomy and Ventilator Swallowing and Speaking Valve was invented by David Muir. David had muscular dystrophy and developed the valve as a method for speaking while receiving mechanical ventilation. Soon after its introduction patients began to discover the positive effects on […]

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You and AI – with Jim Al-Khalili at the Manchester Science Festival

Hello. Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. I’m Jim Al-Khalili. I’m a professor of physics at the University of Surrey, and I’m also a Fellow of the Royal Society. Thank you all for joining us for this. This is the penultimate in the Royal Society’s year-long series, You and AI. The penultimate event in this year-long […]

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