Every year millions of animals all over the world are used in scientific research. The purpose is to check how animals’ systems react to some of the chemicals used in producing drugs and cosmetics. Opponents of animal testing argue that it is completely immoral and inhumane to conduct any kinds of experiments on animals. They also claim that there are plenty of alternative methods of testing new chemical products without harming animals. However, proponents of animal testing claim that such kind
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nucleus from a body cell into an egg whose nucleus has been removed. The stem cells are harvested from the blastocyst that develops from the egg, which, if implanted into a uterus, could produce a clone of the nucleus donor”.
throughout the body. 4 If arrhythmias or tachycardia occur during exercise, the therapist must immediately refer the patient to her physician. 1 4. You are evaluating a 55 year-old male patient c/o central chest pain radiating into the neck and down the left arm. How would you be able to differentiate if this patient is having a possible myocardial infarct or acute onset of pericarditis? a. Pericarditis 5: i. Chest pain: constant and sharp (description: intense & “stabbing”) ii. Does not increase
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CHAPTER TWO LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 BIODIESEL AND ITS PROPERTIES Carini and Hogan’s study (as cited in Patton, 2002) OR “… origins of neuralgia” (Carini and Hogan, as cited in Patton, 2002, p. 2154) Biodiesel is a renewable, reduces the emission of some pollutants (Dinkov et al., 2008), and environmentally friendly alternative to mineral diesel fuel (Lam et al., as cited in Dinkov et al., 2008). Biodiesel is also non-flammable, non-explosive, biodegradable and nontoxic compared to mineral diesel. As