Fungal Complications to Human Health

Fungal diseases may sound mysterious and dangerous, but they are often caused by fungi that are common in the environment.  Fungi can be found in soil, on plants, trees, and other vegetation.  In many areas, sampling of air particles has shown fungal spores dispersed in the air.  When fungi are found on the body, however,…

Invasive Species and Climate Change: A Deadly Duo

Invasive species represent a massive threat to ecosystems. They are generally non-invasive, meaning, they were previously located somewhere else, and moved into new regions. In these new regions the invasive species are not pron to predators and competitors. Which mean that they thrive in these environments. The predators and competitors would have controlled their spread…

Antibiotic Resistance: The Cause, Impact, and Solution

This research paper is being conducted to bring to attention the problem with antibiotic resistance that could result in catastrophic consequences. The increasing resistance to antibiotics, also known as the birth of superbugs (bacteria that are resistant to several different antibiotics), poses greater threats than most are aware of. This paper focuses on the two…

The Truth About Sea Turtles

Unbeknownst to any who may not have studied science, more than 99% of the species that have ever existed in this world are extinct. Lucky for us, there are clusters of organisms that have been able to stick it out for a few years, one of them being sea turtles. Seven species of sea turtles…

Captive Creatures

Biological Diversity is used to classify a variety of organisms in the world. I am choosing to research further into the topic of killer whales, know now as Orcas, in captivity and how the unnecessary capture of these animals is harming to not only them, but to us as well. They are an absolutely amazing…