Exercise science is the study of how the human body moves and works and the physical activity that affects it. Since the time of B.C., scientists and others have always had an idea of the important of living a healthy life style in order to prevent degenerative diseases and have a good mental health. As ... Continue reading →
We held our second, semi-annual, Student Tech Showcase earlier this week. Four (4) members of the Instructional Technology Collaborator team spent approximately 15 minutes, each, connecting a DEC-supported technology to the teaching and/or learning experience. These presentations were part of the 4th tier of the ITC Badging Program and serve as the implementation component of a 3rd tier ... Continue reading →
Intro to Exercise Science has been one of the best conducted classes I have experienced in my freshman year of college. Mrs. Atkinson is an amazing person and cares not only about you as a student, but you as a person. She pushes you to strive harder and really exposes who you are. With all ... Continue reading →
About: Pseudomonas frederiksbergenis is a gram-negative bacteria that was originally identified in Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, Denmark at a coal gasification site. This bacteria is rod shaped, and colonies are known to be a pale yellow. Pseudomonas is known to be a species that is important for soil, food and water decomposition. Date Collected: 2/8/2017 Methods of isolation ... Continue reading →
Janthinobacterium lividum Background Janthinobacterium lividum is a gram-negative bacteria that has aerobic qualities. It possess a pigment called violacein that gives the bacteria its dark purple color (Figure 1). Figure 1: Janthinobacterium lividum colony on agar plate Janthinobacterium lividum is commonly found in the skin of amphibians such as salamanders and expresses fungal and tumor fighting ... Continue reading →
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