What stimulates a tropic hormone?

What stimulates a tropic hormone?

  • RABINDRANATH TAGORE

How is the contrast between city life and village life brought out in “The Postmaster” by…

In Rabindranath Tagore’s short stories, nature always emerges as a functional character, independently contributing to the creative process. The focus shifting from urbanity to the bucolic…

  • SCIENCE

What stimulates a tropic hormone?

Tropic hormones are hormones that are secreted by the anterior (front) of the pituitary gland. Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) is one example of a tropic hormone. The release of this hormone, and…

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  • TEACHER BOOK REVIEWS

Digital fortressCan you give a book review of this book by Dan Brown? Suggest some references also.

occasional lapse in church-attendance. The poor girls were tutored to order lanoxin. report in Catholic ears whatever the Protestant teacher said. An order clomid.

  • THE ADVENTURE OF THE SPECKLED BAND

Discuss the mood in “The Speckled Band”. Then discuss 2 reasons why the mood of the story is…

In my opinion, the mood of “The Speckled Band” is more malignant and dark than the mood of either of the two other stories that you mention. In “The Speckled Band” the mood is more malignant and…

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  • BUSINESS

Can someone please explain the salient features of Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972?

This particular act passed by the Indian legislature was an attempt to give some level of rights to workers in the face of big business. In this sense, the concept of “gratuity” is different than…

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  • SCIENCE

What is a osteopath?

An osteopath is a practioner of osteopathy which is a branch of medicine. Osteopathy is based on the theory that the body is able to rejuvinate itself under favorable environmental dietary…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

What is COP and POP in police terms?

COP is an acronym for community-oriented policing. POP is an acronym for problem-oriented policing. The basic tenet of COP is for the police department to foster a working partnership between…

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  • THE BOY IN THE STRIPED PAJAMAS

In the book The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, how did Boyne discuss the horror and consequences of…

I think that the premise of Bruno accompanying Shmuel hand in hand to the gas chamber is one that illustrates the horror of the Final Solution. The idea that two children would have to meet their…

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  • SCIENCE

Can someone give me 5 sentences about what comes from an egg, for a KG2 learner, thanks

  1. A bird comes from an egg. 2. A frog comes from an egg. 3. A reptile comes from an egg. 4. Amphibians come from eggs. 5. A platypus comes from an egg.
  • SCIENCE

Why would you have a heart cath?

A heart catheterization is a diagnostic tool used by cardiologists to try and determine whether the patient has heart disease. This is an invasive procedure in which the femoral artery is…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

How is text meassaging a representaion of post-modernism and cultural studies?wrtting a paper on…

I think your answer needs to refer to the nature of text messaging and how it is representative of society today and the way that we communicate and relate to each other as humans. Think about…

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  • SCIENCE

Give me a list of applications of cathode ray tube.

Cathode ray tubes (CRT’s) is a special type of electronic vacuum tube, in which a device called an electron gun projects a beam of electrons onto the fluorescent screen, causing the affected part…

  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What appears to influence whether a unilineal society is patrilineal or matrilineal?What appears…

I would say that the structure of the society affects whether it is unilineal, patrilineal or matrilineal. Most societies favor the males. Property is passed down from father to son, and so is…

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  • DO NOT WEEP, MAIDEN, FOR WAR IS KIND

What are the literary devices inside the poem?

This is a harsh, satirical poem that means just the opposite of what it says – so this is an example of “contrast”. There is the use of “apostrophe” because the poet addresses three people that…

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  • MATH

find 4 consecutive ODD numbers whose sum is equal to 96.

let us assume the first number is x then x+(x+2)+(x+4)+(x+6)= 96 ==> 4x+12=96 ==> 4x= 84 ==> x= 21 Then The numbers are: 21, 23, 25, 27

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  • MACBETH

fate vs free will in Macbeth

I am not sure exactly what you are looking for here, but I would think that the most likely way to talk about fate and free will in this play is by looking at Macbeth and the witches’ prophecies….

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  • SCIENCE

what causes kidney disease?

High blood pressure and diabetes are the two largest causes of kidney disease in the United States today, accounting for more than two-thirds of all cases. Kidney disease is a fairly generic term,…

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  • SCIENCE

Could vomiting, dizziness, and stool discharge be signs of a heart attack? If not, what sickness…

I am not really sure what you mean by stool discharge but vomiting and dizziness can be symptoms of many different things. Some heart attacks happen very quickly, but most actually happen very…

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  • SCIENCE

What information is in an electrocardiogram?

An electrocardiogram (EKG) checks for problems in the heart via electrical activity. Electrodes are placed in very specific areas of the body. Measurements are then made and they are translated…

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  • MATH

determine the general equation of the secant from any point (A,f(A)) to the point onf(x)=4^x…

The given curve is f(x) = 4^x. To determine the secant point from any point a, on f(x) = x^4. Solution: For a point x = a, f(a) = a^2. Threfore the secant line is any line through a, f(a), which…

  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

In ONE paragraph, describe the legal and social constraints on the media in terms of ‘social…

There has to be some form of control over how the media portrays everything, in order for journalists to not take sides, look like the sympathize with a cause, or are more partial to one thing or…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

In ONE paragraph, describe the legal and social constraints on the media in terms of ‘government…

The PCC and the EHR basically are governing bodies made of editors and publishers of current magazines and newspapers which receive any complaint from public figures or people featured on the news,…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

In ONE paragraph, describe the legal and social constraints on the media in terms of ‘legal…

Every bit of information that the media reports comes from either primary or secondary sources. Either way, the reporter needs to specify which source is being used so that the validity of the…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

In ONE paragraph, use the ‘James Bulger’ case to demonstrate/describe the ‘ethical code of…

In the case of James Bulger, both the media as well as the police department knew every step that the killers of little Jamie were taking after they left prison. The ethical code of journalists…

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  • THE CATCHER IN THE RYE

In the novel The Catcher in the Rye, how is “Loss of Innocence” one of the major themes? Provide…

In The Catcher in the Rye, Holden is greatly affected by two deaths: his brother Allie’s and a classmate James Castle’s. To Holden, Allie was perfect: innocent, uncorrupted by society, a true…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Describe the legal and social constraints on the media in terms of the ‘ethical code of…

The ethical code of journalism basically states that the information a person from the media gets from a primary source is to be kept by the journalist, especially if the person whom is being…

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  • HEALTH ISSUES

If a person has a bad fall and damages the inside of their ear, what is it that makes them off…

I would say that the most important thing to do is listen to the doctor and follow orders. With that in mind, I would guess that she may possibly experience some symptoms of vertigo. One of the…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Explain how and why you think the ‘Jill Dando – Barry George’ case breached legal and social…

The Jill Dando murder shows a set of uneven laws that may confuse the public more than educate it. First, Barry George was identified as a man with an IQ of 75, a partial lunatic, and a man with a…

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  • RELIGION

Compare Protestantism with Catholicism showing five characteristics that set them apart from each…

Catholicism is a much more hierarchical religion than most Protestant sects are. Catholics owe allegiance to the Pope, no Protestants do. Catholics believe that the Host at Communion becomes the…

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  • FRANKENSTEIN

In the book Frankenstein By Mary Shelley, Why do Victor and Alphonse go to Paris?

The reason for this can be found in Chapter 21, although the two do not get to Paris until the very start of Chapter 22. The two are not really going to Paris for any particular reason. It is just…

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  • LUTHER

In the film of Luther, explain three conditions that help to influence the Reformation aside from…

The film Luther is actually an adaptation of a play by John Osborne. Although the play is more focused on the inner life of Luther than the outward historical circumstances, it does mention many…

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  • FRANKENSTEIN

In the book Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, After he is released fom prison does Victor tell his…

I believe that the answer to this question is found at the very start of Chapter 22. The answer is that Victor does not tell his father anything. After being released from prison, Victor is very…

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  • MACBETH

What causes the reader to sympathise with Macbeth even after his murders? Provide specific…

Mad and murderous though he is, Shakespeare’s Macbeth shows certain admirable traits. In the exposition to Macbeth, the reader learns that Macbeth is “brave,” “valiant,” and a “worthy gentleman.”…

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  • MACBETH

Is Macbeth a tragedy of fate or destiny? Give textual evidence to support your answerThis is for…

Well, there are witches who make prophecies and predictions throughout the play, but it is Macbeth who chooses to act upon these prophecies to force them to come true in his favor. He is also…

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  • SCIENCE

List the safety precautions you should take during severe weather alerts.

It really depends on the kind of severe weather alert. Many times you can get information from the tv or the radio with things that you ought to do or ought not to do, depending on the situation….

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  • A JURY OF HER PEERS

From “A Jury of Her Peers” and Trifles,” given the attitudes of the men, how would you describe…

I am not totally clear on the second part of your question, but I may be able to help with the first points. The men are clearly the dominant leaders of the society in which the story is set. Mrs…

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  • AFRICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE

What are the characteristics of African American literature from the period 1865-1912. What was…

1865-1912 were big years in America’s history as they pertained largely to the rights of black people. 1865: 13th Amendment outlaws slavery. Lincoln is assassinated. 1866 Civil Rights Act passed -…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Should crime be addressed as a matter of individual responsibility and accountability, or as a…

I don’t think that this is an either-or question. It is surely the case that we cannot address crime in only one of these ways. Crime must, of course, be addressed as a matter of individual…

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  • SCIENCE

How might an increase in pollution affect cloud formation?

An increase in pollution does in fact affect cloud formation. If the pollutants are aerosolized they reflect the suns light and cloud cover increases, if they absorb it clouds are dissipated. Some…

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  • ESSAY LAB

What is an idea for a compare/contrast essay on the novel The Life of Pi and the poem “The Tyger.”

The most direct approach to a comparison between the two would be to compare and contrast their purposes. For instance, The Life of Pi is written as a parable and as such tells a particular lesson…

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  • SCIENCE

Does the sun have anything to do with the increase of freckles?

People that have freckles are actually born with them, in a sense. If you have the right genes, they are basically waiting to appear. The exposure to the sun, particularly UV-B radiation causes…

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  • SCIENCE

Please explain CVA

CVA stands for cerebrovascular accident. A CVA is commonly called a stroke. There are basically two types of CVA’s, hemorrhagic and ischemic. A hemorrhagic stroke is when a blood vessel somewhere…

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  • SCIENCE

Please explain mitosis.

Simply put, mitosis is the way that eukaryotic cells divide to form two equal cells. It starts with the nucleus of the cell actually splitting the chromosomes in the nucleus into two equal parts….

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  • A JURY OF HER PEERS

Any help please!What would be a good question to ask on short story of Susan Glaspell: A Jury of…

For the poetry some good questions could be: What does the repetition of “red” signify for the rose? What does it signify for the symbolism of the poem? What is the symbolism of the poem? Does this…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What are some scenes that show either Scout or Jem have “grown up?”I need some scenes that show…

SCOUT. Scout’s maturity is shown in several scenes during the novel. One comes in Chapter 24 after Atticus has joined the Missionary Circle meeting to inform Alexandra that Tom Robinson has been…

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  • THE TAMING OF THE SHREW

What does it tell us when Petruchio turns up at his wedding dressed like a slob?

The part that you are talking about happens in Act III, Scene 2. I think that the reason Petruchio does this is to “tame” Kate. Up until this point, he has tried to tame her by being nice. But…

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  • SCIENCE

Whats the scale that measures hurricanes?

The Saffir-Simpson scale ranks the relative intensities of hurricanes. A rating of 5 on the scale represents the worst storm possible, a 1 is the least severe. Categorry 5 storms are rare. Only…

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  • G. WELLS

Explain the symbolism in the short story “The Beautiful Suit” by H.G. Wells. What is the meaning…

There are a number of distinct symbols in H.G. Wells’ short story “The Beautiful Suit” that contribute to its meaning. The most obvious symbol is the “beautiful suit” itself. The mother…

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  • SCIENCE

When do teeth form in children? At what age?

I assume that you are asking at what age kids start having teeth “erupt” — which is the technical term for when the teeth first start coming through the gums. If that is what you are asking, most…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

Explain how F. Scott Fitzgerald uses the minor characters–Owl Eyes, Mr. Wolfshiem, Pammy,…

Well, for Owl Eyes, you can’t do better than Enotes’ characterization: This minor character illuminates the character of Jay Gatsby. He finds that the books in Gatsby’s library are real, even…

 


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