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Demarcus Briers

I am a Biology major at Prairie View A&M University . I am also a Spanish Language minor and Chemistry Minor. I currently design and program utilizing C++, CSS , Javascript, and PHP. When I graduate I intend on going to a graduate school where I will be able to incorporate computer science and biology. In the meantime I will be living and learning as a college student(the fun part).

More post to come…

Hello to all blog watchers, I finally have a weekend that I will get enough time to carefully finish the several ideas i have had for a post. At the same time by writing this post I am forcing myself to finish what I have started. So look out for a few post coming out in the next few days.

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How to memorize the Krebs Cycle (Citric Acid Cycle)

Citric Acid Cycle molecules

Many college student go crazy when they are first presented with the task of memorizing the Krebs/ Citric Acid cycle. So many steps and enzymes and carbon dioxides flowing around. Guess what. There is a very easy way to remember it, AND retain it for years to come.

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So you want to make a poison dart – Curare

Poison Dart Curare

So you want to make a poison dart like the Indigenous South Americans you see in the Hollywood movies, but don’t want to thoughtlessly harm yourself in the process. Instead of aborting your plan you sift through the internet to find someone who has done it before…right. Well to avoid accidentally harming yourself I would advise you not to attempt …

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Genetic Probability and Pascal’s Triangle

Why use Pascal's Triangle if we could just make a chart every time?... The fun stuff! Lets say a family is planning on having six children. What is the probability that they will have 3 girls and 3 boys? Step 1. Ratios and Pascals

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Why tires lose pressure when its cold

Why is it that the low tire pressure alarm signals on your car during winter time. You don’t have a nail in your tire. You’re pretty sure no air is leaking out. On top of that, it only happens in the winter, not the summer. You’ve put two and two together; the low tire pressure is due to the temperature …

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How to Improve Language Learning in the U.S.

“Hey que onda wey,  queires jugar fútbol conmigo esta”… “you’re in America! Don’t Speak that crap around me! Speak English; I don’t know if you’re talking about my momma or something!” There is a long, awkward pause. I can see the sweat drip down the face of a young Hispanic boy. His eyelids open wide as if he is trying …

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Photosynthesis: C2, C3, and C4 Cycles

As you read this page your cells respire, green plants are photosynthesizing, and the sun is shining constantly. The grass our clumsy feet so proudly march on every day gives it's portion of life without thinking for a picosecond why. Not even a cockroach would survive if photosynthesis was no longer carried out by plants and other organisms.

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