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BIOL1003 Human Biology Assessment on Caffeine

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BIOL1003 human bio assessment on caffeine- full assessment including introduction, method, results and discussion. references are also included.

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BIOL1003 Human Biology Assessment on Caffeine
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Food and drink Caffeine Health Neurochemistry Mutagens Vasoconstrictors Decaffeination Caffeinated drink Coffee Energy drink Sports nutrition Effect of caffeine on memory Duncker
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Food and drink Caffeine Health Neurochemistry Mutagens Vasoconstrictors Decaffeination Caffeinated drink Coffee Energy drink Sports nutrition Effect of caffeine on memory Duncker
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It is currently known that caffeine can increase heart rate, decrease fatigue, increase breaths per minute, and increase blood pressure (Lane 1983 as cited in Green 1996). However this increase may not have a significant effect on consumers as people who ingest caffeine often did not see any significant effects in the short term after consumption evident in previous studies (Koenig et al., 2013). In order for the cells in the body to properly function, it is important to note that adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is needed. ATP can be produced through anaerobic or aerobic cellular respiration. This experiment is particularly significant for those w...
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