Archive for May 2013

Research Paper on Dark Tourism

Dark tourism, also called “Thanatourism,” is a form of tourism that involves visiting places that are associated with death, suffering, or disaster. It is generally related to the local history of the country and can be represented by the remains of a natural disaster, a former Nazi concentration camp or a memorial, here associated to […]

Electrocardiography Research Paper

Electrocardiography is a method of recording and study of the electric fields generated by the heart. Electrocardiography is a relatively inexpensive, but valuable method of electrophysiological diagnostic tool in cardiology. Electrocardiography is a direct result of electrocardiogram recording – a graphical representation of the potential difference arising from the heart contractions to the body surface. […]

Research Paper on Baking

Baking is a heat treatment process, including heating food by dry air in an oven. Baking temperature ranges from 160 to 250 ° C. In the external part of the food, namely the one which is directly subjected to the heat, Maillard compounds are formed as a result of combining a fat (or degradation products […]

Vermicomposting Research Paper

Vermicompost is an organic fertilizer, a product of the processing of organic agricultural waste with earthworms (most often Eisenia foetida and Lumbricus rubellus) and bacteria with participation of other organisms (insects, fungi, etc.). In the process of vermicomposting, weed seeds pass through the worm’s body and lose their ability to germinate. In addition, vermicompost in […]

Research Paper on Tigers

Tiger (Panthera tigris) is a large mammal of the cat family and one of four types of “big cats”. The word “tiger” comes from the Greek tigris, which in turn is derived from Iranian languages ​​and means roar or cry at the end of a joyful greeting. The evolutionary center of origin and current habitat […]

Research Paper on Rice

Rice is a cultivated plant of the Poaceae group, cultivated in temperate, subtropical, and tropical regions for its fruit, or caryopsis, rich in starch. It designates all the plants of the genus Oryza, two species of which are cultivated: Oryza sativa (commonly called “Asian rice”) and Oryza glaberrima (commonly called “West African rice” or “Casamance […]

Microsoft Access Essay

Data Efficiency With Microsoft Access Party Plates Company has been using Microsoft’s in its information systems. The user application software was developed by Microsoft for windows as well as Mac OS operated computers. The company wants to change its information systems from Microsoft Excel to Microsoft Access to enhance the efficiency of data from their […]