Exposition to chemicals such as chemicals in plastic bottles and pesticides can cause hormonal problems, reproductive problems, nervous system damage and kidney damage. Also according to Planet Aid “Bacteria turn metals into its most toxic form which is then absorbed
Examples of negative local practices are the usage of poison/explosives and overfishing. Overfishing as the name suggests, is fishing a certain fish to an excess amount, decimating the population. This could put multiple organisms’ populations at risk and populations may possibly go extinct. Another practice that negatively impacts the ocean is the usage of poison and explosives. Obviously, the poison that is used in fishing (mainly cyanide) is harmful for the ocean because it may poison other fish over the years.
Mining the hydrothermal vents could make it so that some very bad things could happen to our earth. Mining is very bad idea until we finish all of the studies about hydrothermal vents because very bad things could happen to fish and the communities nearby the mining. First, The vents are used as homes for species. Mining could wipe out all of the yet to be discovered species. Mining will pollute the water and let out toxins that can kill species and communities near by.
Industrial activities includes any material that are useless during a manufacturing process has been throw away into the ocean, rivers, lacks, or even land. These materials may contain some harmful chemicals that can pollute the environment,and infect sea creatures such as fishes, sea plants, etc. Any creature that eats or drinks from this
Organic mercury exposure could come from eating seafood in which mercury has bio-accumulated within marine animals such as tuna. This seems to be the main pathway for exposure in humans. If water is contaminated with organic mercury, it could result in exposure if the contaminated water is used as drinking water. Occupational exposure to organic mercury could occur during the process where mercury is used to fungus-proof material. In addition, workers that use paints and other materials containing mercury would be at risk of exposure.
Mars already sounds dangerous, but there’s more to look out with. One thing is radiation. Radiation is an emission of energy as magnetic waves or subatomic particles cause ionization. This can kill you in a matter of seconds and can cause serious cancer, so we shouldn’t risk lives of others. Then there’s the weather.
The Red Snapper is a popular fish that needs to be preserved. That way it would not be on the borderline of becoming extinct. If it were to get extinct it would affect the ecosystem, which eventually would lead to many catioc causes. Which in fact could slowly destroy the fish species. If the Magnuson would not be available then people would have taken advantage and endangered the red snapper.
Changing a child 's natural genetic structure may seem like a benefit to get rid of a potentially dangerous gene. However, changing the natural genetic structure can still harm the child and future offspring and future descendants of that child. Rebecca Dresser, a Professor of Law and Ethics in Medicine, claims, “As a result,
Or if the spent-fuel pool drained: a full melt down of fuel rods could occur causing a nationwide disaster close to that of Chernobyl. Exposure to radiation damages the DNA structure and can have many different effects on people such as: death or causing cancer. Wildlife and the environment are also heavily affected by radiation exposure. A nuclear accident can also have long term effects by making the surrounding areas uninhabitable for centuries, as well as the DNA damage being passed down onto younger generations. Thus there was a need for whistle-blowing to occur, because the public were unknowingly being placed in danger, where a single event could have caused a full scale nuclear disaster.
An obvious reason causing the discrepancies was that the lab equipment used could have easily been contaminated from the previous lab before and could have affected the results of our lab. If there was left contaminants in the beaker and lab equipment it could have given us different results than was is expected. Also the measurement used could have been inaccurate, therefore producing the discrepancies Both the Biuret test and the Xanthoprotreic test were used in today’s lab procedures but assuming that the vast majority of protein contained one or both tyrosine and tryptophane we would be able to replace the biuret test in Part 1 in detecting protein in a substance with the Xanthoproteic test, This test would identify the tyrosine and tryptophane in a substance only difference is with this test it would turn samples with protein in it a yellow colour. When albumin is denaturing the peptide bonds linking adjacent amino acids are not hydrolyzed. In order to break down any protein primary structure we would need to use both heat and acid.