A Report on Solar Photovoltaic Energy

Abstract Renewable energy refers to the kind of energy whose source does not get depleted when used. This includes energy obtained from wind and solar power. On the other hand, non-renewable sources of energy constitute the particular energy whose source gets depleted once the energy is produced. Some of the sources of non-renewable energy include coal and fossils. It is economical for various energy organs within different parts of the world to supply energy from renewable sources to address the increasing energy demand that must have resulted from reduced energy being obtained from non-renewable sources that are at the threat of depletion. St. Eustatius Island is a Caribbean Island that is...

Research methodology revised

Research Methodology Name Institute Research Methodology A systematic literature review will be used to complete this research. This involves the process of extracting information from previously concluded studies. To build on the already available information, research is always founded on previous findings. Analyzing previous research helps to determine possibilities of bias and therefore determine whether it is necessary to conduct more research in the same direction. The authors of this article intend to explore information in the environmental radiation protection field with the intention of establishing better methods of protecting workers from radiation exposure. Choosing the...

Neurodegenerative diseases

NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES By (Name) Course Tutor University City Date 1.1.2 Neurodegenerative Diseases Neurodegenerative diseases include a cluster of progressive chronic diseases that are categorized by the steady damage of neurons in separate locations of the Central Nervous System (Gao and Hong 2008, 357). Examples of such conditions include amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson’s disease, frontotemporal dementia (FTD), spinocerebellar ataxias and Alzheimer's disease. The neuromuscular junction of a neuron is quite an extraordinary structure that is specifically vulnerable to the neurodegenerative diseases. Nonetheless, it has powerful mechanisms of...

Literature review on Dengue Virus

Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date Literature Review on Dengue Virus According to the Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries, and Risk factors report, the occurrence of the dengue virus has amplified with a 610.87% from 1990 to 2013. Over these years, there have been over 390 million cases of the dengue virus reported globally on an annual basis (Stanway et al., 712). South Asia regions account for the largest part of the virus incidences being reported annually. With countries like India, Bangladesh, Indonesia, China, Vietnam, Thailand and Vietnam taking up the largest proportion of dengue fever virus cases being reported. The United States Department of Health and Human Services...

Comparative Anlysis of Cytochrome P450 monooxygenase in pathogenic eurotiomycetes

2133600-57150 THE VIABILITY OF IN-SILICO ANALYSIS OF CYP51s IN EUROTIOMYCETES SPECIES FORIDENTIFYING NOVEL AZOLE RESISTANCE MECHANISM By Students Name Thesis Submitted in fulfillment of the requirements of the degree Degree Department of Health Sciences Central University of Technology, Free State 01 December 2020 Supervisor Co-supervisor DECLARATION ABSTRACT The classification and characterization of cytochrome P450 monooxygenases in Eurotiomycetes species of fungus have unfolded various structure-function correlates of the enzyme and its variants from the perspective of evolutionary history and drug resistance. The present thesis explored the attributes of...

Characterising neuroimmune changes in the gut-brain axis in autism: alterations in gut-associated lymphoid tissue and the enteric nervous system

Characterizing neuroimmune changes in the gut-brain axis in Autism: Alterations of the Gut-Associated Lymphoid Tissue (GALT) and the Enteric Nervous System Discussion Gastrointestinal (GI) issues have been well recognized in autistic patients since the disease was first described in the 1940s (1, 15). GI dysfunction is a hallmark symptom for individuals with autistic spectral disorders (ASDs) (1). Children with ASDs are four times more prone to GI dysfunction compared to their healthy counterparts (2, 15). As a result, most patients of ASD tend to limit their diet to certain favored food items (3). The reason for such specificity towards specific food items remain unexplored (3). It is contended...

A Comparison of Academic Self-Efficacy

A Comparison of Academic Self-Efficacy between Rural Left-Behind Children and Non-Left-Behind Children in China Table of Contents TOC o "1-3" h z u Abstract PAGEREF _Toc521228829 h 3Introduction PAGEREF _Toc521228831 h 4Background of the Study PAGEREF _Toc521228832 h 4Definition of terms PAGEREF _Toc521228833 h 4The current situation of LBC in China PAGEREF _Toc521228834 h 5Consequences of Parental Absence PAGEREF _Toc521228835 h 6Problem Statement PAGEREF _Toc521228836 h 7Study Purpose PAGEREF _Toc521228837 h 7Implications of the Study PAGEREF _Toc521228838 h 7Literature Reviews PAGEREF _Toc521228839 h 9Introduction PAGEREF _Toc521228840 h 9Research on Academic Self-efficacy PAGEREF...