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Nature Journal

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Word count: 2288

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Introduction

Wildlife is always deemed to be of great significance economically, ecologically, environmentally as well as culturally. It includes a wide range of species from amphibians, insects, birds to mammals. Thus, there is no doubt that there are some organisms that are native while others were introduced or re-introduced to their current habitant (Day, Klingler & Bloomberg 283). The essay is an in-depth examination of five wild animals that exist in the United States of America. These animals are Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes), Northern Harrier (Circus cyaneus), Black and Yellow Garden Spider (Argiope aurantia), Northern Copperhead (Agkistrodon contortrix mokasen) and American Bullfrog (Rana catesbeiana).

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To be able to cover these species adequately, the following will be established:

  • Are the species, being studied, native or introduced in that environment?
  • Describe their physical characteristics in terms of color as well as specific differences between the sexes.

Additionally, the issues regarding the species' habitats are adequately tackled. This is attained by establishing their local habitat as well as their habitat range, their ecological role, the types of food they eat and other relevant relationships such as parasitism, mutualism are brought to light. The species' category under IUCN is also brought to light. At the same time, discover life cycle of these species and life span as well as how they coexist with people.

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Application essay for a Bachelor of Science in Web Design and Development

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Word count: 638

Citation Style: MLA

Outline

I. Introduction

II. Reasons to get the scholarship

III. Urgency of scholarship

IV. Conclusion

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Nursing leadership and management

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Word count: 3302

Citation Style: Harvard

Outline

  • Introduction
  • Hospital System Management: History
  • Hospital Systems Management in Developing Countries
  • Analysis of Existing Hospital Systems Management- BK-Ehospital System
  • The Basal Structure of a Hospital System
  • Ways to Keep up or Manage Hospital System When it has been Integrated
  • Conclusion
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Diabetes Mellitus Type 1

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Word count: 2238

Citation Style: Harvard

General Information

Diabetes mellitus type 1, normally known as Type 1 Diabetes, is a type of diabetes that is caused by the lack of insulin resulting from the destruction of insulin-producing cells. Since insulin regulates the amount of glucose in the body, the destruction of the insulin-producing cells subsequently leads to high level of glucose in blood and urine. As a result, Type 1 Diabetes is normally associated with frequent urination, increased thirst and hunger, and drastic weight loss in case of poor lifestyle management. Type 1 Diabetes is less common as compared to Type 2 Diabetes and is normally referred to as juvenile diabetes because it mainly affects children and adolescents (Diabetes UK 2011).

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In contrast, Type 2 Diabetes is observed when the insulin is being produced but the body does not use it efficiently, leading to high glucose level. The body responds by producing more and more insulin, eventually exhausting the insulin-producing cells and making them fail, thus, provoking the onset of Type 2 Diabetes. This form of diabetes is the most common one, accounting for more than 80% of all cases of diabetes in the UK. Its cause is mainly attributed to obesity (WebMD 2012).

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Copyright Issues in a Global IT Market

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Word count: 413

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INTRODUCTION

This proposal is about the study of copyright issues in a global IT market. It proposes to study how these issues limit and affect both hard and software use hence monopoly by developers and exorbitance in pricing and maintenance. Many software companies like Microsoft use the copyright on their software to exploit their clientele. They know that no other company will or can provide competition to their software hence they overprice it. These copyright issues also hinder compatibility of different software and hardware from different companies. This, therefore, forces a user to stick to one software or hardware brand even if it does not serve ones purposes adequately.

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Comparing the Budget of Saudi Arabia and the USA

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Word count: 1146

Citation Style: MLA

The comparison of budgets of the two super states may be essential for further evaluation of financial potentials of both countries. The paper is claimed to evaluate and compare the budgets of Saudi Arabia and the United States of America. In the year 2007, Saudi Arabia anticipated a budget shortage. It was grounded on a tremendously traditional price supposition of $19 per barrel for Saudi oil and a supposed production of 7.7 Mbbl/d (1,220,000 m³/d). Both of these approximates turned out to be far below real extents.

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Consequently, as of mid-December 2005, the Saudi Finance Ministry anticipated a huge budget surplus of $26.1 billion, on budget incomes of $104.8 billion (nearly twofold the state’s initial estimate) and expenses of $78.6 billion (28 percent over the endorsed budget extents). This excess is applied for several reasons: paying down the public liability (to $164 billion from $176 billion); extra expenditure on education and other projects; augmented safety expenses (probably an additional $2.5 billion dollars) due to hazards from terrorists; and higher imbursements to Saudi citizens through funding (for lodging, education, medicare, etc.). For 2007, Saudi Arabia is presuming an impartial budget, with incomes and expenditures of $74.6 billion each (Blanche 4).

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