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Abstract The hair is symbol of beauty in both the genders of human beings. Long, healthy, voluminous hair have been referred as the beautiful woman may be Rapunzel of fairy land or Shakuntala from Indian epics. Various factors like nutrition, stress, sleep cycle, water quality, and environment and genetic affects the hair and the scalp quality. Uncared hair, use of different hair products can lead to hair loss, baldness.In present paper we are discussing about scalp pH and shampoos. With...
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Saliva is a very important enzyme within the rima , It helps in maintaining properly oral health. secretion is ninety eight water ,it additionally consists of some electrolytes , mucus, additionally anti microorganism compounds and numerous enzymes secretion is secreates by the combined action of the 3 pairs of secretion glands: The salivary gland, the organ|submaxillary gland|submaxillary salivary gland|submandibular salivary gland|mandibular gland|salivary gland} and the articulator gland ,along with alternative minor glands .When flow is unstimulated condition sub jaw secrets...
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Abstract The paper represents a smart gadget to avert the calamitous effects of pest bugs in the farming land and pH level in the water bodies. This device is able to generate different frequencies of ultrasonic waves which are very helpful to repel different types of insects. To reduce the cost spent on pesticides. The implementation of this device in farmland will show a great reduction of bugs attack compared to the other land which doesn't have one. Introduction Pest...
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Abstract As with density, there are typical but not 'abnormal' waste proton concentration values. The urine is typically slightly acidic, about pH 6, but can vary from four.5-8. The kidneys play a really necessary role in maintaining the equilibrium of the body. The study on tongue rolling Reincynomolgus monkey shown that the motor nerves of the medial division of hypoglossol neucleus are connected with the tongue muscles orientated them in crosswise plane to the long axis of tongue and also...
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Abstract The objective of this study is to understand the effect of acidic pH and sugar-free on the ovalbumin stability using Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) study. The FTIR spectra of phosphate buffer + Ovalbumin (OVA) + cosolvent (sugar-free) at 303K in various acidic pHs 2, 5 and 7 are reported and the second derivative and curve fitted spectra are carried out. The obtained result shows that pH and sugar free played vital role in content of secondary structure of...
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In my research project I will be finding different Ph Levels in different kinds of water as well as Gatorade. Not only will I be finding the pH levels in different substances, I will also be finding their electrical conductivity. In my experiment The specific brands of water I will be testing are Dasani, Fiji, and Salt water I will be using the same brands to test their electrical conductivity. Prior to testing I believe the substance that will be...
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Color is found everywhere in nature, ranging from flowers to the vibrant colors of autumn leaves. However, this phenomenon has never been ventured into. What determines nature’s colors, and can this be altered? Does color change with levels of pH? pH is the measure of how alkaline or acidic a substance is. It is measured out of a scale of 14, 7.0 being neutral, anything lower than 7.0 being more acidic, and anything higher than 7.0 being more basic. pH...
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Introduction While coacervates are not alive, they are good representations of how early life may have formed from simple organic substances under the right conditions, which eventually led to the formation of prokaryotes. Under suitable conditions, life-like structures can form naturally from relatively simple materials. In the 1920’s, a scientist named Oparin predicted that biological molecules would form in an acidic mixture of inorganic molecules. In the 1950’s, the Miller-Urey experiment demonstrated that biological molecules could develop from inorganic molecules...
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Abstract pH is a logarithm used to measure the alkality and acidity of food. Meat of high quality has ultimate pH at the range of 5.4–5.6, Meat quality is significantly affected by preslaughter factors. The pH raw meat ranges from 6.10-6.71 while for processed ranges from 6.64-6.90. Meat with a pH above 6.2 tends to have tightly packed water-retaining fibres that impede oxygen transfer. The pH of processed meat was higher compared to the raw meat with chicken polony and...
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Abstract Observing mutant and normal alkaline phosphatase under varying pH conditions can be used to show the difference between the enzyme and to determine if they function at different pH optima. Patients with moderate kidney dysfunction may be experiencing a reduction in bone density due to the inhibition of alkaline phosphatase and this may be due to the mutation that allows it to function at a different pH optimum (Kirschtel 2019). Through the use of spectrophotometric assay, we determined the...
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Abstract When looking at Beetroots the effects of pH can be seen through the pigment of Betacyanin stored within the cell membrane by testing absorbance of the pigment released in a solution due to effects pH has on the permeability of the membrane. The solutions applied to the cells roots leads the cells to become disrupted causing an open membrane which allows the leakage of betacyanin because it diffuses itself into the cell membrane creating distortion and leakage of pigment...
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Abstract This paper introduces internet of things which connects the whole world through devices such as sensors, actuators and other embedded devices. Internet of things can be used in agriculture for efficient crop production. India is very much popular for crop production. As day by day the population increases, production of crops has to be increased. To produce more efficient crops, soil pH is more important. Crop growth is based on soil nutrient level Hence the nutrient level has to...
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Introduction An experiment was carried out to determine the pH status of beer and wine. Three different techniques to measure the samples status of acid or alkali were used; litmus paper, pH meter and titration. PH is a way of expressing the acidity or alkalinity of a solution. PH is measured on a scale from 0-14, with 7 being neutral and the pH of water. A number below 7 indicates acidity, and above 7 indicates an alkali. Acidity is created...
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Introduction For this lab, we were to design trials testing different salt concentrations on various organisms and see how they reacted to the substance we laid on them. Also, to examine at how variance in pH balances altered several organisms. Acid rain was the main center of the lab in which the effects of this rain can have colossal outcomes on the environment such as harm to forest and wildlife. Soils that are shown to acid rain can lack nutrients...
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RATIONALE Soil pH is the measure of the concentration of hydrogen ions and hydroxyl ions in the soil. It is measured in the range of 1 – 14, 1 being the most acidic and 14 being the most alkaline while 7 serves as the midpoint representing neutral substances like water. Soil pH is an essential measure in determining the availability of certain nutrients in the soil. Nutrients can be found in the ground in abundance, but due to some conditions...
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RATIONALE Enzymes are proteins that act as catalysts within living cells. Catalysts increase the rate at which chemical reactions occur without being consumed or permanently altered themselves by lowering their activation energy (Christensen, 2018). Every enzyme has a region called active site, where enzymes are binds to a substrate to create another enzyme and carries a reaction. Enzyme is important because it’s a metabolic pathway in the body like respiration, building muscle, destroying toxins, and breaking down food particles during...
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Rationale This scientific report aims to determine if different amounts of Mylanta liquid, when increased in dosage size, is more effective in relieving heartburn faster. The human stomach is a muscular, stretchable sac with a sphincter (ring of muscle) at each end and contains hydrochloric acid which activates pepsinogen ('Biology: A human emphasis', n.d.). This then breaks down the food into smaller particles which make the environment highly acidic. The stomach receives food from the esophagus and stretches to store...
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Abstract The aim of this experiment is to discover if there is any connection between ph and electrical conductivity. In order to achieve this, five solutions with varying ph levels were measured. With this, this experiment also shows the conductivity of baking soda, lemon juice, dishwashing detergent, milk and white vinegar. From this experiment, the solutions from most acidic to least acidic were lemon juice, white vinegar, milk, baking soda and dishwashing detergent. This was the same order for the...
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Distilled water has a pH of seven (neutral) and most plants grow best with a soil pH of 6, as most have adapted to places in the world with slightly acidic rain. Most plants cannot grow with a pH under six, as necessary micro nutrients for growth usually cannot survive in the acidity. The best pH solution for green beans to grow in will be tested. Water solutions’ pH is easier to control than soil pH and heavily influences the...
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Introduction In this assignment Titratable acidity (TA) and pH are methods used to measure levels of acidity. In this experiment pH testing and Titratable Acidity measurements were carried out on fresh milk and buttermilk. The purpose of this assignment was to determine the acidity levels in fresh milk and buttermilk and then by using a pH meter to determine the pH of both fresh milk and buttermilk. The aims for this research project was to understand how data is collected...
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Introduction The browning of an apple or other foods like potatoes and bananas are something that we have all seen in our everyday life. This phenomenon is caused by the interaction of enzymes, that are naturally found in plants, with oxygen. These enzymes oxidize to create the brown colour that we are familiar with. Enzymes are natural catalysts that help to speed up certain chemical reactions within plants and animals (DiGiuseppe, Frazer, LeDrew, Vavitsas, &White-McMahon, 2012, p. 50). Enzymes bind...
2 Pages 916 Words
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