the excerpt from "Speech to National Council of
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Negro Women* by Condoleezza Rice.
convince the audience that higher
My grandfather understood something, and so did my
grandmother and my mother's parents, and that is that
higher education, if you can attain it, is transforming.
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You may come
from a poor family, you may come from
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a rural family, you may be first-generation college-
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educated, but once you are college-educated, the
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most important thing about you, in many ways, is that
you're a college graduate and you are transformed.
step 1 ammonium can be absorbed by plants, but some is converted into nitrates which are better for plants to absorb. this is called nitrification. 2. step 2 the deer eats the plants and uses the nitrogen-containing proteins for cell growth. 3. step 3 bacteria in the soil conduct nitrogen fixation to convert nitrogen gas from the atmosphere into ammonium. 4. step 4 some of the nitrates are absorbed back into plants, but denitrification breaks down the nitrates into nitrogen gas released back into the atmosphere. 5. step 5 nitrogen is found in the urine, which gets broken down into ammonium through the process of ammonification. 6. step 6 plants absorb the ammonium and begin assimilation, the process to add the nitrogen to protein.
it's the cell cycle, but cytokines is when the cell divides.
theres 3 stages interphase,mitosis,and cytokines.
interphase prepares the cell for division.
mitosis is the process of dividing the cell,it has 4 parts interphase,anaphase,metaphase,and telophase.
lastly there's cytokines,that's when the cell divides into 2 daughter cells
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