Arabian Horse Origins It is still a mystery what is the accurate origins of the Arabian Horse. Since 3500 years ago it appears in the art of Egypt, but the one who generated and purified the pure horse breed was the Arabs who lived in desert, known as Bedouin. ( http://www.arabhorse.com/ ) There are two arguments or historians suggestions, one of them is that the Arabian forebear Horse have been a wild horse in southern Turkey, northern Syria and some piedmont regions in addition to the east. The other suggestion says that this horse originated in some parts of the southwestern of Arabia, by giving their evidence that because of the three riverbeds that provides natural life, the Arabian horses appears there. "About 3500 years ago, the hot-blooded horse assumed the role of kingmaker in the East, including the Valley of the Nile and beyond, changing human history and the face of the world."
Only these are what we know of their language today. Only 4 of these codices remain found so it seems we keep knowing less and less about cultures. Archaeologists have found glyphs or pictures of what maybe significant stories they’ve had. Ost of these artifacts have helped us gain knowledge about the Aztecs
gracilis population growth between the range observed by the previously mentioned studies. We intend to study how the external pH levels affect E. gracilis’ growth rate by altering the pH levels of their environment. Because of the varying results of these multiple studies, our question is, out of three experimental groups, which pH level yields the closest optimal external pH for population growth in Euglena gracilis? We hypothesize that E. gracilis will have optimal population growth at a pH level of 7.0 due to the fact that the organism’s natural environment, freshwater, has an average natural pH level of 7.0. The previous results of Danilov and Ekelund’s experiment attest to our hypothesis because the E. gracilis cultures grown in a pH of 7.0 had the best growth
However, the rate at which the species were discovered became less and less. This correlates with the Species Area Relationship (SAR) theory as proposed by Arrhenius. When graphed, in both plots we notice a curve. This to correlates within the SAR theory in a small area. As we did not analyze a large area, which encompassed multiple biomes, we did not find the “s” shape graph, which is evident in figure 1 in the literature review.
1. What does the term health disparities mean? Health disparities are preventable differences in the burden of disease, injury, violence, or opportunities to achieve optimal health that are experienced by socially disadvantaged populations. Populations can be defined by factors such as race, ethnicity, gender, education, or income, disability, geographic location orientation. Health disparities are inequitable and are directly related to the historical and current unequal distribution of social, political, economic, and environmental resources (CDC).
To accomplish advancements in health systems, it is essential to strive to eradicate major fatal diseases and to manage poverty. Life expectancies are considered on a global level concerning age, sex, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic class, region as well as the level of education, resulting in alarming statistical data. The objective for enhanced health systems incorporates decreasing the rates of morality. The social gradient greatly contributes to social inequalities around the world. Social conditions, for example, the environment in
Literature Review: The purpose of this chapter is to present a review of literature relating to start-up business. The following are the literature review by different authors and different research scholars. Weiss: made a study in US and concluded that small businesses are generally less efficient when compared to large administrative companies and concluded that on an average, about half of total shipments in the industries covered are from suboptimal plants. Pratten: he identified the suboptimal scale establishment accounts for 47.9% of total industry shipments in UK. Stiglitz and Weiss: stated that unlike other markets, the market for credit is exceptional i.e., the price of good, the interest rates are not necessarily same for entire market.
Social Constructionism The sociology of knowledge is a heterogeneous set of theories which generally focuses on the social origins of meaning. Instead of meaning inhering in objects themselves or being imposed idiosyncratically by individuals, meaning is hypothesized to emerge out processes of social interaction- e.g., traditions, norms, practices, rituals, institutions, habits, etc. The social world is an independent, external reality to which the individual must adapt or face sanctions. This ensures a measure of cognitive conformity. (Peterson,D) Social Construction of Gender Roles Gender is frequently reduced to biology and can be misunderstood.
These definitions prescribed the expected behaviour of one kin to another, and gave the members of the family a code of conduct. After some dissatisfaction regarding the definitions of family, anthropologists created a new notion of the term ‘family’. This was done by the exploration of people residing in the same house, and researchers came to the conclusion that the actual doing of a resident in a house seems to be more significant than their blood connection. Consequently, blood ties were seen to be unimportant. Fortes’ Model: The Developmental Cycle of the Domestic Group A South African anthropologist, Meyer Fortes, introduced the DEVELOPMENTAL CYCLE OF THE DOMESTIC GROUP, which was a notion that replaced the ideal perceptions of a household.