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*Initial Discussion Topic: Language and the Brain *Directions: Respond to peer’s

*Initial Discussion Topic: Language and the Brain *Directions: Respond to peer’s post. Address topic, cite source if sources used, in APA 7th Edition format, minimum 125 words for each section. *Research section: 125 words min. Responses must add new information not previously discussed. Consider new factual information tied with critical thinking. Share interesting and current research on the topic. *Critical Thinking Section: 125 words min. This section is only for your thoughts/conclusions. This is not research based. Pose new possibilities or opinions not previously voiced. Connect the dots. Why is this an important topic for you, your community, society, or the world? How does it relate to other concepts in the text?

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https://www.microbe.tv/twiv/public-health-with-laurie-garrett/ that is the link

Public Health with Laurie Garrett: Wastewater Testing


that is the link to use for the 2 page summary. this is the only source necessary.
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Discipline: microbiology
I provided the link of the source that needs to be summarized. There’s no other source.

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*Initial Discussion Topic: Motor Control and the Brain *Directions: Respond to p

*Initial Discussion Topic: Motor Control and the Brain *Directions: Respond to peer’s post. Address topic, cite source if sources used, in APA 7th Edition format, minimum 125 words for each section. *Research section: 125 words min. Responses must add new information not previously discussed. Consider new factual information tied with critical thinking. Share interesting and current research on the topic. *Critical Thinking Section: 125 words min. This section is only for your thoughts/conclusions. This is not research based. Pose new possibilities or opinions not previously voiced. Connect the dots. Why is this an important topic for you, your community, society, or the world? How does it relate to other concepts in the text?

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The guidelines for the project are as follows: 1.) For your topic, please conduc

The guidelines for the project are as follows:
1.) For your topic, please conduct a literature survey that identifies the most critical questions/issues that drive current research or the most important unanswered questions for your topic
2.) Select one of the questions/issues related to your topic and address this issue using your knowledge of materials, i.e. design an implant or biomaterial system that would help to address the unanswered question/issue related to your topic.
3.) How would you manufacture the implant? How would you characterize the chemical and physical properties of your implant (i.e., which characterization techniques would you use and why?)
4.) Describe how your implant would specifically address the question/issue that your team selects and how you would determine whether it has the ability to address the issue.
5.) Prepare a 1-2 page project component that provides a description of an educational module (based on your topic area) that your team could develop for use in K-12 educational outreach.
Please address these questions in a 9-12 page essay which includes the following sections:
Abstract, Introduction (with critical issues identified), Problem statement (which issue will your team focus on and why you selected it), Implant Design section, Manufacturing, Characterization, Analysis, Conclusions. Each of the above guideline sections will be worth 10 points.
Minimum requirements – 20 references

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All the instructions are in the criteria C task sheet including the grading scal

All the instructions are in the criteria C task sheet including the grading scale as well as the instructions for the task linked in the additional materials. Reaching the 7-8 criteria would be the goal.
p.s I have also linked another document that has different environmental databases to collect data from.
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for the amount of sources i put down which was 6, there isnt really a specific amount of sources required so if they want to put more or less, they can do so as long as the assigment meets the 7-8 rubric.

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The guidelines for the project are as follows: 1.) For your topic, please conduc

The guidelines for the project are as follows:
1.) For your topic, please conduct a literature survey that identifies the most critical questions/issues that drive current research or the most important unanswered questions for your topic
2.) Select one of the questions/issues related to your topic and address this issue using your knowledge of materials, i.e. design an implant or biomaterial system that would help to address the unanswered question/issue related to your topic.
3.) How would you manufacture the implant? How would you characterize the chemical and physical properties of your implant (i.e., which characterization techniques would you use and why?)
4.) Describe how your implant would specifically address the question/issue that your team selects and how you would determine whether it has the ability to address the issue.
5.) Prepare a 1-2 page project component that provides a description of an educational module (based on your topic area) that your team could develop for use in K-12 educational outreach.
Please address these questions in a 9-12 page essay which includes the following sections:
Abstract, Introduction (with critical issues identified), Problem statement (which issue will your team focus on and why you selected it), Implant Design section, Manufacturing, Characterization, Analysis, Conclusions. Each of the above guideline sections will be worth 10 points.
Minimum requirements – 20 references

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Bio 241: skeletal system relationship activity

Please follow the instructions provided in the attachment.
Bio 241: Skeletal System Relationship Activity
Due: Fri Nov 4, 2022, at 7:pm
Purpose: The skeletal system has a lot of components and processes that work together to make the body function correctly. This activity will help you combine the entire system and its components, showing their relationships. This will help you as you try to have a system and process-oriented view of the body to inform your understanding of healthcare better.
Criteria for Success: The best way to approach this activity is through a flowchart-type diagram that shows connections and relationships. You also need to provide enough information on your arrows/lines in the flowchart or diagram that demonstrates the actual physiological functions and relationships between the items. Just a line between two items does not tell the whole story. After completing the assignment, take the self-evaluation quiz to earn points and collect direct feedback on whether you completed it well or need to review it again.

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Why would that strain not constantly produce the enzymes for lactose metabolism?

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As always, all work must be your own, and any material copied from another source must be clearly identified and the source cited.
1. Gene expression
A. Describe how genes are transcribed and translated in bacteria, using at least 10 sentences/bullet points or at least 2 original diagrams. For full points I would like to see the following terms included and used appropriately: ribosome, transcript, RNA polymerase, promoter, terminator.
B. What are three differences between gene expression (transcription and translation) in eukaryotes compared to bacteria?
2. Gene regulation
The Lac Operon of E. coli.
Either respond to each of the questions below separately, or create original diagrams that addresses these questions
The lac operon is transcribed as one unit, but produces three separate proteins (Beta-galactosidase, permease and transacetylase). How is that possible?
Imagine a mutant bacterial strain with a version of the Lac repressor protein that can no longer bind allolactose. Why would that mutant E. coli strain be less successful at growing and reproducing in lactose-containing media than the wild-type?
Imagine a mutant bacterial strain with a version of the Lac operon activator protein that is always ‘on’, meaning it is always bound to the operon and recruiting RNA polymerase.
Why would that strain not constantly produce the enzymes for lactose metabolism?
Why do you think having multiple layers of regulation for gene expression is beneficial for the survival and reproduction of bacteria?
3. Mutations
A. How does UV radiation create DNA mutations? Using at least 5 sentences/bullet points or an original diagram explain how UV radiation leads to permanent changes to DNA sequence.
B. The Ames Test.
Answer each of the following. Provide at least 2 sentences or an original diagram for each
What is an auxotroph?
Why are chemicals of interest often pre-treated with rat liver enzyme extract before use in the Ames test?
What is the difference between a mutagen and a carcinogen?
Why do you think the Ames test is usually repeated using multiple bacterial strains that have different specific mutations in the Histidine biosynthesis pathway?
C. Mutations as a way to study genomes.
Technologies for DNA sequencing and creation of targeted mutations in bacteria (e.g. CRISPR) are very advanced. It’s now relatively easy to sequence the entire genome of a newly discovered bacterial strain and to create mutant versions that have different mutations at different positions in the genome. How do you think this combination of sequencing and mutagenesis be used to find out what the functions are of different genes in a genome?
4. Gene transfer and evolution
A. Compatibility.
Genes can be transferred between organisms in different domains (e.g. bacteria and humans). However, functions are not usually conserved unless significant modifications are made to the DNA sequence first. Why do you think is it very unlikely that a bacterial gene could function (produce a functional protein) inside a eukaryote?
B. Transfer methods.
Pick one of the following natural mechanisms of gene transfer between bacteria and explain how genetic material is exchanged in at least 5 sentences/bullet points or an original diagram.
Transformation
Transduction
Conjugation
C. Spread of resistance.
Which of the modes of gene transfer listed in 4B would allow the fastest transfer of an antibiotic resistance gene through a bacterial population and why? This should be a guess, informed by your understanding of biology, I am not looking for a particular correct answer.

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Find a current online news article in the field of biology, critically evaluate it, and share your results.

find a current online news article in the field of biology, critically evaluate it, and share your results. APA

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The enzyme denatured

OTHER: can you please add more to the conclusion?
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PREVIOUS PAPER INSTRUCTIONS (#458745928): please write a lab report for lab 7
I Was assigned the effect of temperature on reaction rate. at 85 degrees Celcius. the enzyme denatured
I also attached the graph that will show you what was happening after heating up the enzymes at 85.
you could use the graph provided in the PowerPoint to attach to the lab report
if you need any other information please let me know