- Dissertation sur la Science

Dissertation sur la Science

Liver diseases and their diagnostics

1. Introduction In the 21st century the technical progress is developing so rapidly. New diagnostic machines appear all over the world and are considered the newest and best tools. Nowadays, the question for whom those devices are the best for, should be asked in a more critical way – best for the patient or best

Methods of iris recognition

We can see a circumference of the iris (see Fig. 4) with different layers representing the iris in detail. According to the Posterior body consists of different organs posterior to the lens that include the retina, vitreous humor, optic disc and the choroid. From the diagram, we can deduce that there are 10 named layer

Antioxidant Enzyme Activities in Hepatic Tissue

Liver disorders and their morbidity ratio represent an enormous worldwide health care problem. In this context, scientists have tried to use herbal extracts with hepatoprotective effects to bring valuable means for prevention and treatment of hepatic diseases (Shehab et al., 2015). Hepatotoxic agents induce damage to liver and cause disorder in the metabolism. CCl4 has

The impact of color and music on memory

The purpose of this study was to examine whether or not color and music impacts memory and affects the number of images correctly recalled and the number of false recalls. The subjects memory was tested by determining the number images that were recognized correctly. The experimental hypothesis was that participants would perform best when the

Multi-splitting delivery for the vehicle routing problem

The vehicle Routing Problem is a problem of combinatorial optimization and operational research, widely studied for several years as well as its variants. With increasing distribution flows, many logistics applications require customers to be bundled into clusters which facilitate delivery or any upstream or downstream processing of customers. There is therefore a clustered vehicle routing

Types of acquired neutropenia

Acquired neutropenia is the most common form of the disease. The disorder can be observed following infections, treatment with various medications, malignancies but also in particular cases of auto-immune diseases. These may impact the bone marrow release and/or production of neutrophils or have a direct effect on mature neutrophils present in the peripheral blood (2).

Using ice cores in the historical climate analysis

The historical records of climate are usually limited to the last hundred years resulting from weather observations. Information related to past climate beyond we start to record it can be retrieved in paleoclimatic archives indeed they contain indicators (proxy) of past climate that can be sampled and analysed to infer climate, these paleoclimatic archives and

Human genetic engineering and religion

Genetic engineering (GE) consists of the alteration of an organism’s genetic or hereditary material to eliminate or produce new characteristics. While it has been developed to increase plant and animal production, GE also has many applications in the human healthcare industry. The most recent innovation in gene editing, CRISPR-Cas9 is one of the most promising

Sexual imprinting in human mate choice: Review

1. Research: Questions or Problem The question was not distinctly stated. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the sexual imprinting on the opposite-sex parent during childhood (Bereczkei, Gyuris, & Weisfeld, 2004, p. 1129). 2. Introduction One of the main things noted in the introduction was that human sex partners have many similar traits with each other (Mascie-Taylor

Students’ Misconceptions in Psychology: Review

1. Research: Question or problem The motive of this study was to examine and explore if the true or false format that is commonly used to evaluate misconception amplifies students’ level of misconceptions (Taylor & Kowalski, 2012, p. 62). 2. Introduction The introduction pointed out the importance of using prior knowledge to make sense of

The role of nerve growth factor receptors (NGFR) in the development of Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is characterized by a progressive loss of cognitive ability and memories. An explanation for the loss of cholinergic basal forebrain (CBF) neurons in AD patients has long been under investigation; extensive research has focused on nerve growth factor (NGF) and its effects on these neurons. Hefti et al. (1988) identified nerve growth

The Black Hole theory

For the subject of my portfolio, I have decided to do on «Black Hole». I think that it can be very interesting because this incredible space object is very different from a lot of others space object. But before, I’ll tell you wath a black hole, his history and why is one of the must