Daniel Tzvetkoff was just another Brisbane teenager working for peanuts at Pizza Hut and spending much of his spare time glued to his computer.
Author: James Leighton
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Sports & Recreation
Daniel Tzvetkoff was just another Brisbane teenager working for peanuts at Pizza Hut and spending much of his spare time glued to his computer. When he worked out a new method of payment processing, the online poker companies came running to him for help so they could grow their businesses. Soon he was living the American dream, raking in $3 million a week and revelling in a jet-set lifestyle of fast cars, luxury yachts and VIP nightclubs. His epic rollercoaster ride mirrored the extraordinary world of online poker, where hot-shot college students won millions from the confines of their dorms, and fortunes were won and lost. However, Tzvetkoff's move to the bright lights of Las Vegas would soon see him facing the abyss. Owing millions to the poker companies, and with the FBI hot on his trail, the boy wonder needed to pull an ace from his sleeve to keep from busting out. And when he did, it resulted in a day that sent shockwaves through the world of online poker - and saw him take the blame.
During the experiments dealing with measurements of blood pressures , only the
nares of the animals were submerged . Diving conditions ... The reagents
described in the original paper did not appear useful when applied to alligator blood .
The rate of lactate synthesis in glycolysis is independent of blood flow but the rate
of removal of the lactate from the cell's interior is directly proportional to it. In a
700 kg alligator, blood flow is slow and therefore the osmotic pressure inside the
Author: Roland A. Coulson
Alligator Metabolism: Studies on Chemical Reactions in Vivo presents a summary of research in vivo on the metabolism of alligators. The volume contains updates of earlier investigations which were presented in Biochemistry of the Alligator, a Study of Metabolism in Slow Motion (1964). Since then, with the aid of better equipment and better methods, it seemed time to correlate and summarize the findings of researchers who have used this remarkable experimental animal with profit. The primary purpose of almost all the research was not to determine the nature of the alligator, but to understand biochemical reactions in vivo and the alligator was a means to that end. The book begins with a chapter on natural history for those scientists, wild-life experts, alligator farmers, zoo keepers etc., whose primary interest is in the nature and habits of the intact alligator. This is followed by separate chapters that deal with metabolic rate, anaerobic glycolysis, digestion-growth-protein synthesis, carbohydrate metabolism, amino acid metabolism, respiration and acid-base balance, and kidney function.
Release on 1928 | by Columbia University. College of Physicians and Surgeons. Dept. of physiology
The alligator corpuscles therefore compare in volume with 16 x 10 - 8 the human
corpuscles as 72 y 10 - 8 or The oxygen capacity of human blood is about 19 cc .
per 100 cc . of blood . The factor for converting oxygen capacity into ...
Author: Columbia University. College of Physicians and Surgeons. Dept. of physiology
1 Death 4 Alligator straw mat umbilical cord 7 Flower 4-5 Flint du 2000 AZ L L (
above ) 4 Alligator umbilical cord ' UN 1 Death 1 " Blood - Eagle " who marries 1
Death “ Sun Ornament . ” The birth of 4 Alligator is depicted in the concluding ...
Author: Mary Elizabeth Smith
Publisher: Tulane Univ Middle
The volume, an homage to Mary Elizabeth Smith, contains twenty-five essays that focus on the art and intellectual culture of ancient Mesoamerica as that culture is revealed primarily in painted books or "codices" of the native tradition. The authors explore aspects of indigenous knowledge, such as religion and ritual, calendrical systems, rulership, and spatial and historical reckoning. Cultures treated include the Toltecs, as well as the Aztecs, Miktecs, Zapotecs, and Maya in the precolumbian and colonial periods.
NEWS This Week Antibiotic Alligator Promising proteins lurk in reptile blood
Researchers hunting for new antibiotics might get some aid from gator blood .
Scientists are zeroing in on snippets of proteins BLOOD BATTALION Alligator blood ...
... Accepted 28 October 1992 Summary Blood pressures have been recorded in
the heart along with pressures and flow in the aortic arches of anaesthetized and
awake alligators . Systemic blood pressures were significantly lower [ 5.22_0.57
The blood volume of the alligator is just over 5 per cent of its body weight or
about 150 ml for this animal . A fair estimate of the amount of oxygen in this
volume of alligator blood is 8 ml ( Andersen , 1961 ) and this means that the total
supply of ...
The bearing of these results on higher ; also , blood stasis increases blood - ( I ) ,
whilst current theory is discussed . L . S . T . the effect is less marked in normal
men . F . 0 . H . [ Characteristics of ] human blood . V . DeterBlood of Alligator ...
Release on 1950 | by Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (New York, N.Y.)
Composition of Alligator Ash . Wt , Dry wt , H20 , Ash , CI , Na , g % g mg mg
2.459 3.001 2.319 Appearance of an Antidiuretic ... The following determinations
have been done on fasting alligators : blood cell count , % white cells , hematocrit
Author: Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (New York, N.Y.)
... habitats off the South Carolina coast. The procedures in studying the alligator blood were: 1. Blood was collected from the dorsal vein of the tail with 1.5-ml
ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid tubes to provide an anticoagulated specimen.
Release on 1936 | by National Academy of Sciences (U.S.)
Reptilian blood was a striking exception . Sera from different species of turtle ,
from the iguana , chuckawalla and gila monster gave very toxic readings .
Curiously enough , the alligator's blood was found to be non - toxic . On the other
Author: National Academy of Sciences (U.S.)
Category: Electronic journals
The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) publishes research reports, commentaries, reviews, colloquium papers, and actions of the Academy. PNAS is a multidisciplinary journal that covers the biological, physical, and social sciences.
carotid artery , and drawn either directly into a syringe or through a Beckman
blood pH electrode assembly and then into a ... The reagents developed by
Andersen ( 1961 ) for alligator blood proved satisfactory and the calculation was
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Author: Blue Cloud Novelty
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Release on 1964 | by International Society of Hematology
THE USE OF ALLIGATOR ERYTHROCYTES IN THE ANTI - HUMAN GLOBULIN
CONSUMPTION TEST FOR THE DETECTION ... MATERIALS AND METHODS Alligator blood was obtained by cardiac puncture from animals , i meter in length .
The pulmonary 02 stores can also be used during diving , when CO2 is released
from the blood into the lungs and O2 is taken up as a result of the increase in O2
affinity ( Bauer et al . 1981 ) . In alligator blood a similar physiological role for the
Release on 1965 | by Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology
Studies on the white and red cells of alligator blood were performed without
special separation of the formed elements . Human and alligator red blood cells
were damaged as the energy delivered was increased . The degree of damage ...
Author: Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology
Vols. for 1942- include proceedings of the American Physiological Society.
Carbon dioxide transport in alligator blood and its erythrocyte permeability to
anions and water . Amer . J. Physiol . 274 : R661 - R671 . Jobling M. 1981. The
influences of feeding on the metabolic rate of fishes : a short review . J. Fish Biol .
Author: J. Matthias Starck
Publisher: Science Pub Incorporated
Responding to recent interest in the gastrointestinal tract as a model for studies in physiological and ecological adaptation to fluctuating environmental conditions, this collection summarizes the current state of knowledge from an integrative perspective. The contributors come from the fields of comparative morphology, nutritional physiology, eco