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“Morning Song” is Sylvia Plath’s tribute to her newborn daughter, Frieda. Composed early in 1961 when the baby was eight months old, it expresses the ambivalence of new motherhood – the joy, the optimism, the wistfulness, the uncertainty. Plath’s view is beautiful and relatable, though not without its anxieties. Structure:

The poem comprises six stanzas of three non-rhyming lines each. It is a first person monologue in free verse with run-on lines, enjambment, reflecting the meaning and


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Female Author:


The 1950-60s were years where women were able to voice opinions against gender bias within cultural and political aspects.

Plath intended Smith College which is private independent women's liberal arts college and later attended Newham College, a women’s only college at the University of Cambridge.

While she was a student, Plath spent the summer of 1953 in NYC working as a guest writer for Mademoiselle magazine.

This was shortly before her first suicide attempt at 20 years


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Organelles and Functions:

• Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum: Responsible for the assembly of many proteins • Cell Membrane: Controls the movements in & out of the cell and organelles • Golgi Apparatus: Process and bundle macromolecules like proteins and lipids • Mitochondria: Perform cellular respiration 0 Breaks nutrients into energy • Nucleus: Contains a majority of the genetic material • Nucleolus: Rewrite ribosomal RNA and combine it with proteins • Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum:...

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8.1.5  Explain oxidative phosphorylation in terms of chemiosmosis

Oxidative phosphorylation describes the production of ATP from oxidised hydrogen carriers (as opposed to substrate level phosphorylation)

When electrons are donated to the electron transport chain, they lose energy as they are passed between successive carrier molecules

This energy is used to translocate H+ ions from the matrix to the intermembrane space against the concentration gradient

The build up of H+ ions creates an electrochemical


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8.1.4  Explain aerobic respiration, including the link reaction, the Krebs cycle, the role of NADH + H+, the electron transport chain and the role of oxygen

Aerobic respiration takes place in the mitochondria, using the pyruvate produced via glycolysis

It produces large amounts of ATP in the presence of oxygen via three main processes:

The Link Reaction

Pyruvate is transported from the cytosol to the mitochondrial matrix in a reaction that produces (one) NADH + H+ via oxidation

The pyuvate loses a carbon


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Intro :

Hola me llamo uzair tahir y yo soy delegado de venezuela. En esta conferencia, mi objetivo es a explicar los problemas en mi país como el crimen y las drogas y education y también cómo este problemas afectan a la gente vive (30 sec)

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-Venezuela es la segunda tasa de homicidios más alta de América Latina y este muestra Cómo la condición en mi país es.

-según la Observatorio Venezolano de Violencia,

Venezuela registró 28,479(veintiocho mil cuatrocientos setenta y nueve)


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stimulants(speeds up cns)-cocaine

depressants(slow down cns)-alchole

narcoits(relieve pain)-morphine,heroin

cannabis(abused drug)-marijuana

inhalants(inhale to get high)-gasoline,spray can


-->Stages of Abuse (experimentation, social use, abuse, dependency)

Alchole(safe)-1 dring for girls/2 for man

People have different tolorance

short term affects: brain(development,memory)

-cardiovascular changes-heart

-liver and kidney changes

-digestive system problems.

long term:brain(...

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