A Fatty Making a Change Baxter was a fatty who lived in the town of Dogville. His passion was eating food all of the time. Baxter enjoyed eating everything that was rich, fatty, and delicious. However, the new mayor enacted a city ordinance that prohibited fatty foods to be served or consumed in the city. Most of the city’s residents showed little to no 1ennui over the situation, and were doing nothing and seemed to not care. Baxter on the other hand, was preparing a 2Diatribe that he would present on the steps of city hall to show his anger over the new laws. Baxter is hoping his speech will 3ameliorate the problem, and make it so he can eat his favorite foods again. Baxter also is hoping that his speech is 4efficacious in getting the mayor to reverse the laws. Baxter had completed writing his speech, and he headed to his city hall. He started to speak in a 5ebullient manner to get an excited crowd to gather. Baxter did such a good job sounding interesting and excited he got the crowd that gathered excited too. The crowd wanted to start rioting and force the mayor to change it, however, Baxter had to remind them to show 6decorum. Baxter knew that if they were violent and rude in the matter that it would be 7inimical to their cause and they would have no chance of making a change. The crowd all decided to hold a peaceful protest and would stand outside the mayor’s office until he changed the law. When the mayor looked out upon the crowd, he decided to go try…
unsaturated fatty acids.
The molecular structure of saturated fatty acids consists of single bonds connected to each carbon, which results in a maximum amount of hydrogen atoms on the molecule. The molecular structure of unsaturated fatty acids consists of single and double bonds connected to its carbon atoms. This results in fewer hydrogen atoms due to the double bonding (Chen and Jayant).
3. Compare the structures and melting points of saturated, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids with…
Fatty liver is the condition when there is excessively extra amount of fat in liver, over five percent of liver weigh. Fatty liver has become a new issue, as up to twenty percent of Americans have the condition (“When the Liver Gets Fatty”), and it is one of the most common factor for the development of liver dysfunctional diseases. Long term fatty liver can process into liver fibrosis and cirrhosis. Fatty liver is also found to correlate to insulin…
Fatty Acids and You!
Hey you! Looking to change your diet, clean those arteries, and become a better you? Well, you’ve stumbled upon the right article. Let’s talk about fatty acids in everyday foods.
To start, a fatty acid is merely a carboxylic group (COOH) attached to a rather large hydrocarbon chain (represented by generic R). This carbon chain attached to the carboxylic will determine what type of fatty acid our body will have to deal with!
An alkane carbon structure, classifies…
Change is normal. That’s how we grow and evolve as humans. As stated by Dr. Spencer Johnson, “if you do not change, you can become extinct”(Johnson, 2002). Change is difficult for most people. They like what they have grown accustomed to and prefer to stay in their “comfort zone” They detest being stretched beyond the limit of their comfort zone. Some are pushed outside their comfort zone by…
Changes Smartphones are making in Cybersecurity
1 February 2015
“Your most intimate companion could be betraying your secrets and ripping you off” (Campbell, 2014). Smartphones are loaded with your personal information and are constantly under attack by cyber criminals. Smartphones are essentially tiny computers masquerading as phones. The importance of protecting your phones from cyber criminals is just as important, if not more so, than your home computers. The main effects…
• 3 fatty acids attached to a glycerol molecule.
• If one attached monogyceride
• Short chain fatty acids range from 4- 7 carbons and remain liquid at colder temperature Ex: milk
• Medium chain fatty acids range from 8- 12 carbons and solidify when chilled but are liquid at room temperature Ex: coconut oil
• Long chain fatty acids, greater than 12 carbons are usually solid at room temperature ex: beef fat
Saturated Fatty Acids
• Saturated fatty acids contain…
Omega 3 Fatty Acids in Bipolar Disorder
Many people have a bipolar disorder and many don’t even know it. Those who do know try to treat it and sometimes, it gets really frustrating. In the experiment, they tried see how the patients would react if they took 9.6 g/d ω3 fatty acids or placebo, which is basically olive oil. This was tested on 30 patients with the bipolar disorder for 4 months. The goal in this study was to stabilize patients that have an unstable bipolar disorder.
3. Describe hierarchies of effects. Standard? Low-involvement? Experiential?
4. Explain how attitudes are not created equal.
5. What is social judgment theory? Balance theory?
6. Explain multiattribute models?
Cialdini and Attitude Change
1. What are judgmental heuristics? Why do we use them?
2. What is source credibility? How would you increase trustworthiness?
3. Reciprocation. What is it? Rejection then Retreat. Examples?
4. Commitment and Consistency. What is it? Why do we…
or DnaB. Nevertheless, KaiC binds forked DNA substrates. These data support the inclusion of KaiC into the RecA/DnaB superfamily and have important implications for enzymatic activity of KaiC in the circadian clock mechanism that regulates global changes in gene expression patterns.
Let’s break this abstract down into the characteristics mentioned above.
1. Length. This abstract is 143 words long. This is short of the 250 word limit, but in an abstract it is better to be shorter than longer (within…