How do we know this is recessive and not incomplete dominant?In relation to this article: A high density of X-linked genes for general cognitive ability: a run-away process shaping human evolution?How do we know this is recessive and not incomplete dominant?In relation to this article: A high density of X-linked genes for general cognitive ability: a run-away process shaping human evolution?
Ch. 4 Discussion topics.
What is required to kill endospores? How do you suppose archaeologists were able to date some spores as being thousands (or millions) of years old?
Explain or illustrate exactly what will happen to the cell wall if the synthesis of the interbridge is blocked by penicillin. What if the glycan is hydrolyzed by lysozyme?
Define and compare a bacteriophage lytic cycle and lysogenic cycle. Include in your answer an explanation of how the two cycles are related/connected.
1) Which treatment condition produced more catalase positive bacteria? What can explain the difference in the number of catalase positive bacteria?2) Write out the reaction that is catalyzed by the enzyme catalase. Why is this enzyme important?1) Which treatment condition produced more catalase positive bacteria? What can explain the difference in the number of catalase positive bacteria?2) Write out the reaction that is catalyzed by the enzyme catalase. Why is this enzyme important?
NO PLAGARISM!!!!! This is an assessment.
1. Compare and contrast neurotransmitters and hormones. Your response must be at least 200 words in length.
2. Discuss the signs and symptoms a patient may exhibit when experiencing liver cirrhosis. Your response must be at least 200 words in length.
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The core values that best relate to this situation include: basing work on the knowledge of how children develop and recognizing that children achieve their full potential in the context of relationships that are based on trust and respect. In this particular situation, I am responsible for all of the children in my care.
Within the NAEYC Code the most relevant statement to this situation is found in Principles 1.1. This principle, rightfully so, has precedence over all other principles within this particular code. The code clearly states that above all, children shall not be harmed. Practices that are emotionally damaging, physically harmful, disrespectful, degrading, dangerous, exploitative, or intimidating are not within the parameters of the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct.
This code is relevant to the situation addressed as stated in P-1.5 “We shall use appropriate assessment systems….” In the situation, the assessment system is not appropriate as one of the core values is to be knowledgeable of the way that children learn and develop. As highly qualified educational professionals, it is our responsibility to know and understand the children we teach.
Research has proven that standardized testing is not best practice for young children. Also, removing children from an environment where they feel safe pushes the limits of the code of conduct for early childhood education. As previously mentioned, the guiding principle in 1.1 describes how it is the responsibility of educators to keep children safe. While the assessing is taking place, another professional is being left alone with children. Not only is this stressful for the aid, it is not safe for the children she is now solely responsible for. As an early childhood professional, I would bring this situation of standardized testing, removing children from the learning environment, and lack of supervision to the immediate supervisor or director of the program. I would also use the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct and Statement of Commitment to defend my stance.
As educators, we have a responsibility for the type and quality of care of young children whom are too vulnerable to care for themselves. The core value in this scenario is finding a way to assessment the skill set of the children by using traditional methods such as standardized pencil and paper tests. The concern is that removal of the children to perform these test might disrupt their daily routine and could burden the teacher’s aide that has to remain in the classroom with the other children that are not being tested at the time. To explore other scenarios on how the address this issue, there are several things that can be tried to see what systems would work best. If there is another classroom that is already practicing this method, observations of that class can be done and a few students can be “tested” by being removed from the class and going to the practice test classroom. The students can be taken in small groups or the classroom can be broken up so half can test and half can remain to see how this may disrupt the routine of the classroom. One or both ways could be tried to see which seems more effective and less burdensome. Once this trial is complete, the test can be assessed to see how the well the children did. One will have to take into consideration that not every child performs the same on test, so some leniency will have to be used. If an overwhelming number of children perform poorly, the topic of incorporating observations may have to be revisited to assure that each child’s grading scale is determined by many different factors instead on objective viewpoint, such as a test. Once this is revisited, as the educators we then need to look at the procedure and why certain methods were initially put in place and revisit these ideals again. Again, it is the educator’s job to protect those whom do not have a voice and are vulnerable. If the educator feels as though this method is not successful, they will need to be firm with their beliefs and conclusions.
explain what you found interesting and/or most applicable about body chemistry
What influences have humans had on your local environment, positive or negative? Provide examples.
You are a cellular biologist. You have been investigating the perfect cell. You must submit a proposal for your study to receive future monies from Seton Hall Biology Department.
Your explanation must include:
1. Draw, a model of the perfect cell and organ system in which this ideal cell will be a part.
2. Identify why this is a perfect cell and organ system in the human body
3. Make sure you have at least one (1) reference to support your hypothesis
4. Mention what kind of research method that would be best for this Cell project
5. Provide in three sentences why your budget is necessary to support your research.
Remember, You must persuade the budget research committee of Seton Hall’s Biology department. They are a rigorous academic group :>)
You can choose a format that shows learned skills from past modules, as well as this one.
This assignment should have a word count of a max. of 500 words but no less than 350 words.
If you draw your perfect cell and its associated organ system, you should scan and save it as a pdf or jpg, and insert it within your proposal. The drawing should be included in your work.
If you use something from the Internet, you must cite the source.
This essay needs to include the following:
1. introduction to the immune system/ (also mention the adaptive immune response)
2. components of the immune system
3. cells of the immune system (*must mention macrophages, leukocytes, B/Tlymphocytes, etc…. )
4. the complement system
5. the inflammatory response
This needs to me a 3 page paper. Paper cannot be rushed! and must be well written. no plagiarism as well! If paper does not meet the requirements will ask for a refund. do not message me if you don’t know how to write this paper! Everything needs to be cited. I have source that I will be sending for reading. Also make sure everything is cited ! include all the sources used!
Do the benefits of genetically modified products outweigh the risks?
Use 2 outside sources to make your point. An abstract is not required, but please include page numbers, a title, and an appropriate citations page. The paper should be cited and formatted using MLA, and double-spaced using 12pt Times New Roman font. Be sure to create the sample document as a research paper using a professional tone, and not a casual or first-person essay.
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY:
You will need to answer all questions completely.
1. On a hot day, we can become dehydrated. Using your knowledge of feedback loops, describe the type of feedback loop that the thirst mechanism uses. You can choose to rehydrate with water, a sports drink or beer. Choose which is the best (and why) and discuss the pros and cons of each.
2. You go in for an eye exam and are found to have ASTIGMATISM. Describe what this means (include physical changes to the eyes) and how it would be corrected.
3. In diabetes mellitus, not enough insulin is produced to regulate blood glucose. Explain the outcome of uncontrolled diabetes in terms of urine output, urine concentrations and ways that the body will attempt to correct this imbalance. If these imbalances are NOT corrected, what will be the eventual outcome?
4. Reproduction requires development and maturation of the gametes. Explain in detail (including timing of each step) spermatogenesis, oogenesis and folliculogenesis from start to finish.
5. Mary had a tubal ligation last year. What does this mean? What are some possible complications of the procedure? Explain the difference between STERILE and INFERTILE in regards to reproduction and determine which one Mary is.