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Toxicology

p>Toxicology refers to the study of the unfavorable results of chemicals on lives of living organisms. It entails study of signs, mechanisms, cure and detection of poisoning substances especially those fatal to people. Continue reading

Neuromuscular Junction, Central Nervous System and Muscle cells

PART 1
A1. Neuromuscular Junction, Central Nervous System and Muscle cells
A2. Relative Contributions of Central and Peripheral Factors in Human Muscle Fatigue during Exercise: A Brief Review
A3. a) Neuron-Type Specific Functions of DNT1, DNT2 and Spz at the Drosophila Neuromuscular Junction
b) Molecular Mechanisms of Treadmill Therapy on Neuromuscular Atrophy Induced via Botulinum Toxin

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Contemporary Relevance of Dracula by Bram Stoker

Dracula has stood the test of time over the last 100 years since it was written. Although there were other works with the “vampire” design, Dracula emerged a master piece that has remained relevant through the past century. The novel graced the dusk of the 19th century. Ever since, it has been a point of reference for vampire literature, as well as films. Bram Broker set the pace and artists past his generation continue to find his material helpful in creating the virtual, entertaining vampire world. It has also furnished the world with great lessons on the relevance of history in the contemporary world. The relevance of the novel in the modern world is also examined through the “madness/insanity” theme.

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Japan

Culture has been known to greatly evolve over time. The present day culture in Japan consists of an integration of aspects from diverse terrains. It is however important to note that there are numerous factors in the present day Japanese culture that are indicant of the indigenous culture in the region (Eller 20). This implies a cultural background that gives base to the present day form of the country. The culture of Japan is basically characterized by an integration of aspects of literature which was originally similar to that of the Chinese. A notable fact about this aspect of the culture is that it has not greatly deviated. Yet another aspect that brings out the background of the Japanese culture is the language along with the civilization. The Japanese language is fundamentally related to that of the Koreans. Its civilization also draws influence from the Chinese a factor that was primarily initiated by the influence China had on the Japanese language (Eller 25). Continue reading