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Ap Essay The Onion


The true error of man not be the inability to coexist due to strictness of confounding variables, but because of lack of ability to interpret text liberally, leaving room for misconstrued perception. In the satirical text published by The Onion, the publisher illustrates the blindness of consumer culture through skewed and pseudo credibility by the producer. From the point of conception in the text, the reader is told the presented information is nonetheless, fake. Given that the data preceding the flamboyant advertisement is based off "pseudoscience" the publisher allows for the reader to build off the article from a non-credible source (the onion). For most consumers, those who indulge in impulse buying tend to utilize less of their brain when presented information. Due to the vicinities one grows up in, the lack of knowledge and desire for self educated and guided decisions are lost do to the trust that is unconsciously present when presented with things that might not be of one's speciality. As the reader further digest the text, they are presented with fabricated terminology such as "bioflow...biofeedback... [and] comfortons" from an alleged scientist, allowing for an implant of assurance that is not question by the reader once (the onion). Because the reader is not a professional in the field of English, nor in the field of reflexology, their limited understanding hinders their ability to note what is of a necessity and what is of excess to them. The primitive mindset of being told the truth through falsified information just because of the alleged status of an individual is what is to much concern and in need of awareness by consumers. The syndicated methods of marketing mask many doctors and scientist true purpose in hopes to aid the general public, and allow for the loss of money and gain of capital by the corporate system. There must be a sense of responsibility that comes with the purchase power of the consumer and that is knowing what the product is actually capable of doing before actually buying at all.




Ap Essay The Onion


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With their crispy golden outside and soft, sweet interior, these homemade onion rings are impossible to resist. Serve with your favorite dipping sauce like the Awesome Blossom Sauce in the notes below.


Separate the onion rings and dip each ring in the milk mixture, then dredge with flour. (I used a fork to transfer from the wet bowl to the dry bowl so my hands didn't get as gunky). Repeat by dipping in milk mixture a second time and dredging again in flour. Place the finished onion rings on a plate until ready to fry.


Once the oil is at 375F on a thermometer, or hot enough for the onion rings to sizzle, place 3-4 double battered onion rings in a single layer in the hot oil and cook for about 3 minutes, flipping halfway and fry until exterior is crisp and light golden brown. Let onion rings cool on paper towels so soak up any excess oil.


Thanks a lot for giving such a great idea. I like to eat onion but cant each much bare onion. this is a great appetizer for me and even tasty. I will try to make it soon at my home with help of my mom and sis.


The new AP English Literature rubric, updated most recently in September of 2019, awards students a point if they write an arguable thesis, up to four points if they write an effective essay using evidence and commentary, and a single point if they produce writing that demonstrates sophistication.


Onion is one of the oldest cultivated plants, and it has been used for many centuries as a natural flavoring, herbal medicine, and among some civilizations it even hadreligious connotations (5). Onions contain; allins, flavonoids, steroid saponins, polysaccahrides, fructosans, saccharose and other sugars (6). These compounds have strong antioxidant, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties (5-7). Thiosulfinates are the best studied volatile compounds arising from alliums. In addition to its pungency and flavoring characteristics, it also exhibits antimicrobial effects (6). Flavonoids, are another compound of onions, and their significant antioxidant properties inhibit free-radical mediated events in cells that lead to tissue inflammation (7-9). Steroid saponins are another important component, which have medicinal value and these have been studied in animal models (10).


Conjunctival and eyelid swabs were collected from the right eye of the rabbits at the beginning of the study, before the intervention. Sterile cotton swabs were moistened with sterile normal saline which werethen wiped along the lower fornix of the right eye by everting the eyelid. During sampling, any contact of the swabs with eyelashes, eyelid skin or lacrimal punctum was avoided. A separate sterile swab was used for each eyelid specimen. Then the swabs were immediately streaked onto a blood agar plate. The plates were incubated at 37ºC for 24 hours. After 24 hours, the cultures were examined. If there was not enough growth of the colonies, they were reincubated for a further 24 hours. After 48 hours, the isolated colonies were identified by cultural characteristics and gram staining. By performing this phase, before instillation of the onion juice, we were able to find out more about the most common organisms that frequently inhabit the conjunctiva and eyelid of healthy rabbits. These results were then used as control data to compare with the results obtained after onion juice administration.


In comparison to previous studies, our study was conducted to identify the normal conjunctive flora of healthy rabbits, which was found to be similar in most cases. More specifically, our findings are closer to the study carried out by Okuda and Campbell (1974) on 54 New Zealand white rabbits (13). They have realized Bacillus species as the most common isolated organism whereas in the present study the most common isolated organism was Staphylococcus. It should be mentioned that our findings were compatible to a study by Cooper et al. in terms of type of microorganism (14). The sampling and isolation methods used were similar to the Cooper study, except that distilled water was used in their study. According to the results, the number of positive cultures declined in both the conjunctival and eyelid samples after the instillation of onion juice. Pseudomonas, E. coli, Proteus, yeast, and other fungal species, were not detected in conjunctival swabs after the intervention. The highest inhibited growth was observed in Staphylococcus colonies.


The above results are consistent with previous studies carried out to investigate the antimicrobial effects of onion. For example, Chen et al. suggested that onion could inhibit the growth of Pseudomonas aeruginosa, E. coli, Bacillus cereus, S. faecalis and P. vulgaris (15). Furthermore, Kim et al. in 2004 found onion oil exhibited high anti-yeast activity showing a minimal inhibitory concentration (MIC) of 40 ppm in soy sauce (16). Despite the differences between the descriptive statistics of the studied groups, chi-squared analysis demonstrated that no significant difference existed in the growth of organisms (P = 0.25). This fact may have resulted from limitations in the number of animal models. Yet the duration of onion juice administration could not be concluded to be a decisive factor on the group results.


The inhibitory effect of onion juice on the growth of conjunctiva normal flora was higher than the eyelids isolates. This may have resulted from the route of administration of the onion extract which was in the form of eye drops. Applying the active onion contents in the form of ointment may cause greater retardation in the growth of eyelid colonies. Pathological samples revealed some degree of inflammation. This finding was in contrast to previous studies which reported on the anti-inflammatory features of onions. Hence, further investigations may be required to clarify the histological changes induced by onion juice on the conjunctiva. There was no evidence of metaplasia or dysplasia. Corneal and conjunctival staining showed no epithelial damage after the intervention. Thus we can tentatively conclude that onion is a safe compound.


Prerequisites: Honors-level high school English classes or AP English Composition or Literature are prerequisites. Students are expected to have experience writing essays. While I will encourage students to develop their ideas and style and to improve their skills in writing about literature, the course is intended neither to be an introduction to English composition nor to literary analysis. In the past, students with significant experience in analyzing literature and writing about it have been the most successful in these classes. I highly recommend Reading and Writing about Literature: A Portable Guide by Janet E. Garner, which is a very good resource.


The workload will include weekly supplemental reading (essays, criticism, history, poetry, and philosophy); watching films; weekly short written assignments and comments; and two PowerPoint presentations on relevant, individually researched topics. Students will also be expected to write and revise one analytical paper (7 to 10 pages long in the MLA format) each semester. All students are expected to take responsibility for submitting their assignments on time.


Onions are one of the oldest vegetables in continuous cultivation dating back to at least 4,000 BCE. The ancient Egyptians are known to have cultivated this crop along the Nile River. There are no known wild ancestors, however, the center of origin is believed to be Afghanistan and the surrounding region. Onions are among the most widely adapted vegetable crops. They can be grown from the tropics to subarctic regions. This adaptation is primarily due to differing response to day length. Unlike most other species, day length influences bulbing in onions as opposed to flowering. Onions are grouped into three groups based on their response to hours of daylength. The short-day varieties bulb with daylengths of 10-13 hours, intermediate varieties bulb with day lengths of 13-14 hours and are found in the mid-temperate regions of this country. Finally, long-day onions are adapted to the most northern climes of the United States as well as Canada and bulb with daylengths greater than 14 hours.


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