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    • "KH, ]G, TW,Volunteer Initials; RW, Right Wrist; MTH,Mouth; pas, Positive epithelial cell control; HB, Human Blood on Duct tape (positive Control); NEG,Negative control; lJNKN, Unknown epithelial cell sample ~T,NoTarget; OC,Overconcentrated; BT,...
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    • 1.5 HYPOTHESIS The purpose of this research is to find methods to successfully extract DNA from duct tape, and to determine if different brands of tape affect the quality of amplified DNA. I hypothesize that at least one method 'Will generate a...
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    • 10 physical activity throughout the day tend to show increased brain function, higher concentration levels, higher energy levels, increases self-­‐esteem and better behavior which may all support cognitive learning (Cocke, 2002). This increase in cog...
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    • 2 Background, Significance, and Purpose Statement Researchers are continually investigating how the brain is stimulated by body movement. While researchers do not fully understand the physiological mechanisms responsible for enhancing cognition throu...
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    • 2 Even small amounts of methamphetamine can result in increased wakefulness, increased physical activity, decreased appetite, increased respiration, increased heart rate, irregular heartbeat, increased blood pressure, and hyperthermia. Other...
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    • 2006, p. 126). Americans on average consume 16% of their calories from added sugars. Among children ages six to eleven, the number is 18%, while teenagers derive 20% of their calories from added sugars. A typical twelve-ounce canned soft drink...
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    • 28 non-secretor. It can be concluded that DNA was indeed successfully isolated from most of the latent fingerprints and this part of the hypothesis was therefore supported. It was also hypothesized that concentration would decrease with an increase...
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    • 30 @l/4a~na 'fJum ,£,aufJ.e (Identified by medallions with red ribbons on gowns) Sharina Adams Jessica Gardner Merryweather Christine Simkins Ashley Annette Anderson Tacey Jean Giles Naomi Dawn Miner Kara Marie Slack Louis D. Bailey Michel A. Grace...
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    • 31 5 REFERENCES Applied Biosystems (2006). Quantifiler Human DNA Quantification Kit User’s Manual. Applied Biosystems Foster City, California. Chapters 1-6. Ayaly-Torres S , Chen Y, Svoboda T, Rosenblatt J and Van Houten B. Analysis of Gene...
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    • 32 ci!,amb().a G/Ji @ta (Students wearing red and white cords are members of Lambda Pi Eta National Honor Society in Communication. These scholars hold academic standing of 3.00 or better in their major or minor in communication classes and are in...
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    • 4 ABSTRACT There are several ways to identify a potential suspect in a crime which can range from an eye witness statement to something as small as a single drop of blood. Just as a physical fingerprint can be used in identification, DNA...
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    • 4 H 0 N 0 RARY DEGREE Saundra 1Buy,& Saundra Buys, MD, is the co-director of the Family Cancer Assessment Clinic at the Huntsman Cancer Institute in Salt Lake City, as well as the Medical Director of the High Risk Breast Cancer Clinic. She also is...
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    • 4.2 Amplification/STR Analysis ........................................................................ Pages 28-29 Chapter 5 :...

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