Most important players and partners

Question 1 The most important players and partners in these cities were the big companies and organizations such as the Elgin Watch Company and the community around them. The leadership of the two cities succeeded at the time by making the best out of the companies. This was achieved by lobbying for employment opportunities for the inhabitants while also creating various opportunities for investment. They ultimately failed by allowing themselves to be overly dependent on the companies. This led to the failure of the cities when the companies were later closed down since a major part of the city was depending on the well-being of the companies CITATION Boe08 l 1033 (Boer, Zheng, Overton, Ridgeway,...

New Urbanism

New Urbanism Name: Institution: I live in a predominantly residential area where most of the houses are dwelling units, with only a few commercial premises. There are numerous houses per unit of land, with a vast network of streets and ample parking spots. Most of the buildings are about 500 ft and are about twenty years old. According to the New Urbanism Smart Scorecard criteria, numerous factors influence the walkability of a locality. A mixed land use, housing density, increased street networks, block lengths of between 300 and 600 feet, scarce parking spaces, and older neighborhoods, all increase the frequency of walking Boer et al., 2007). My community's design moderately encourages...

SEE ATTACHED TOPIC-BIOLOGY

Name Instructor Course Date Endangered Species The Gray wolf is found in the artic, tundra and the eastern woodlands. Gray wolves can live in grasslands, deserts, forests and or arctic tundra. They generally inhabit areas with low human presence, low road densities, low livestock densities, and abundance of prey, and snow conditions. The Gray Wolf is endangered because of the trapping and hunting of wolves as they were a nuisance to animals and human beings. Currently, the population of Gray Wolves is estimated to be between 7000 and 9000 in Alaska, 3500 in the lower states of the U.S. and a total of 200,000 wolves in 48 different countries in the world. There are approximately 10 other...

Geological Time Scale

Name Tutor Course Date Geological time scale The geological time scale is founded on a rock period; the process included a number of formation ways for instance mountain formation, erosional process etc. The earlier times anticipated being in thousands of millions of years, landmasses, mountain ranges, and oceans have moved great distances both horizontally and vertically. For instance, areas that were at one point in deep oceans thousands of millions of years that have the past can now be seen as mountainous desert areas (James, 66). The original geological time scales were only using the rock orders that existed in the sedimentary rock layer with the first ones to be formed starting the...

W3Charleston, South Carolina Case Study Review

Charleston, South Carolina Case Study Review Student’s Name Institution Affiliation The symptoms, diagnosis and the cure and the prevention Joseph Riley, mayor of Charlestown, guided the change in the American downtown. Spectacular changes result from well-implemented thoughts through political processes. The poor state of Charleston helped her to evade the constructive destruction of the time. First arrivals of Charleston faced conflict and bloodshed from the Native Americans, British, French, and Spanish. The appearance of the different groups coupled with African slaves and pirates led to the multicultural environment right from the beginning. Granted religious freedom from John Locke, in...

Proactive Liberty

Proactive Liberty Name Institution Proactive Liberty Overpopulation is a serious threat to the future quality of life of human beings. This is because resources are limited in nature, and their use has a double effect by depleting their reserves and polluting the environment. In fact, having unrestricted reproductive values is considered as an injustice for future generations since it will deny them the chance to experience high-quality life (Goodwin, 2012). As a result, it is important for reproductive responsibility to be enforced to curb overpopulation and maintain a high-quality standard of life for future generations. It is common for procreation to be considered as a personal chance...

The Connection Between Diabetes and Suburban Sprawl

Student’s Name Instructor’s Name Course Number Date The Connection between Diabetes and Suburban Sprawl Answers to the questions Summary: After World War-II America had the power and great minds that were ready to make outstanding cities and societies. They were having world’s best architectures and designers with a great social leader who made a layout create modern America after the war. In that design, they kept companies and industries far from retails that are two with separate residences. Workplaces and residential were far from each other, so they made the use of cars and other means of transportation to get to work. In the recent years, Americans are living on the city...

For Cloning

Insert name Professor’s name Course/class Date For Cloning Cloning is the process of transferring somatic cell nuclear with the intention of creating new biological material. The new material is genetically identical to the parent. The discussion regarding whether or not to accept cloning has generated much debate. This is because the potential benefits of cloning are accompanied by harm to the rejected clones. Ethical theories have also been used to argue the subject (Voneky and Wolfrum 55). This paper conducts an analysis on the subject of cloning, focusing on Kantian deontology support for the subject. The capacity to use cloning to enhance life places humans in an exciting and...

cdc20gene expression in AML cell lines

Evaluating the possible mechanism of action of a novel anti-fungal drug on cdc20gene expression in AML cell lines Abstract Acute myeloid leukemia (AML) is fast progressing cancer of the blood which originates in the bone marrow. Cdc20 is a specific cell division checkpoint protein which helps in the activation of the anaphase promoting complex (APC) and promotes premature mitosis leading to the fast progressive nature of cancer in AML. Increased expression of Cdc20 has been implicated in various cancerous cells and is considered to be a potential target for anti-cancer drugs. The present study was conducted to evaluate the mechanism of action, of a novel drug used to treat AML. The drug is an...

Acute Myeloid Leukemia and CDC20 gene

Introduction Acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) is fast progressing cancer of the blood which originates in the bone marrow. The maturities of the bone marrow cells are prevented in AML. Instead, immature blast cells with increased capacity of mitosis are released into the blood. Around 11 billion blast cells are formed and released from the bone marrow. Thus, AML is a process whereby the hematopoietic precursor cells are transformed in such a way leading to limitless cell cycles and cell divisions. These cells do not undergo apoptosis or programmed cell death, which leads to the progression of cancer. AML is also designated by other classifications like myelocytic, granulocytic, myelogenous...