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Research Question: How does changing light exposure affect the pH of milk during

Research Question: How does changing light exposure affect the pH of milk during 5 days? Data needs to be collected for this experiment.

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Throat Culture Using the South University Online Library or the Internet, resear

Throat Culture
Using the South University Online Library or the Internet, research about throat culture.
Based on your research, respond to the following:
Why might organisms in the upper respiratory tract change when the normal flora is replaced with transient flora?
What are the types of streptococcal hemolysis? Describe.
How is Streptococcus pneumoniae distinguished from other streptococci that have the same hemolytic properties? What additional tests are needed or performed?

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Concepts Explored: Inheritance, Punnett Squares, DNA, genes, alleles, phenotype, genotype, dominant and recessive traits, Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium, natural selection, population Experiment: In this set of procedures you will simulate breeding between bugs and investigate the offspring resulting from specific breeding pairs. You will observe potential composition changes to a small isolated breeding population of bugs over time.

Concepts Explored: Inheritance, Punnett Squares, DNA, genes, alleles, phenotype, genotype, dominant and recessive traits, Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium, natural selection, population
Experiment: In this set of procedures you will simulate breeding between bugs and investigate the offspring resulting from specific breeding pairs. You will observe potential composition changes to a small isolated breeding population of bugs over time. Your work will include comparing probabilities calculated from your data and from the Hardy-Weinberg equation. This activity will require about 2 hours.
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What is cell

What is cell

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We are here to write a paper of 600 words that Implications of current research on Targeting autophagy in treatment of alzheimer disease.

We are here to write a paper of 600 words that Implications of current research on Targeting autophagy in treatment of alzheimer disease. And we need to focus on above highlight point.
Insturction and reading attached.

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In this unit, you learn about macronutrients: protein, carbohydrates, and fats. Many people have suggested that focusing on one macronutrient at the expense of others would be a superior diet. Thus, we have high-protein diets, high-carbohydrate diets, and high-fat diets. On the flip side, we also have low-fat diets, low-carb diets, and so on. In addition to these, there are other versions such as a gluten-free diet (which is necessary for those truly allergic to wheat), a vegan diet, a raw food diet, and even a blood type diet that is based on particular blood type

1. In this unit, you learn about macronutrients: protein, carbohydrates, and fats. Many people have suggested that focusing on one macronutrient at the expense of others would be a superior diet. Thus, we have high-protein diets, high-carbohydrate diets, and high-fat diets. On the flip side, we also have low-fat diets, low-carb diets, and so on. In addition to these, there are other versions such as a gluten-free diet (which is necessary for those truly allergic to wheat), a vegan diet, a raw food diet, and even a blood type diet that is based on particular blood types. Reflect on your eating habits. Which type of diet do you prefer? Why do you prefer this type of diet to other diet options? Your journal entry must be at least 200 words in length. No references or citations are necessary.
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For each of the 3 major macromolecules (i.e., proteins, fats, and carbohydrates) explain in your own words at least 2 functions each has in the human body, plants, or animals. (10 pts)
Compare the nutrition label for ground beef below to the nutrition label from any canned vegetable you may have in your pantry. Name your chosen vegetable and describe three differences between the two labels as they relate to macromolecules. (Note: if you do not have any canned vegetables, you may use the internet to find a label.) (10 pts)
Reflect on what you learned in this Unit about a healthy diet. Then, explain why you think beef is or is not necessary for a balanced diet. (10 pts)

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Write an essay about the different amino acid groups as essential and nonessential.

Write an essay about the different amino acid groups as essential and nonessential. The essay should include sources as well as why it is important to our body.
Essay requirements:
700-800 words
APA format

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muscle dystrophy

Please help with my disease paper analysis paper. It needs to be 1000 words and APA format. Please use 3 references. The disease will be on muscle dystrophy

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After reviewing the Read: Hearing Loss as a Risk Factor for Cognitive Impairment and Loss of Synapses in the Hippocampus, prepare a thread that incorporates the following information:

After reviewing the Read: Hearing Loss as a Risk Factor for Cognitive Impairment and Loss of Synapses in the Hippocampus, prepare a thread that incorporates the following information:
at least 750 words then post For each thread, students must support their assertions with at least 2 scholarly citations in APA format. any sources cited must have been published within the last five years. Acceptable sources include the textbook, the Bible, and peer review journal articles. Provide a brief overview of the main points and conclusions of the article. Only pertinent points should be stated – there is no need to include details of methods unless directly related to a main conclusion. Every result does not need to be included, if not pertinent to the thrust of your discussion. However, there must be sufficient explanation to demonstrate an understanding of the paper. Simply summarizing the abstract is not acceptable.
What is the main novelty of this article? Why are the results novel? What was previously known, and how do the results expand on previous knowledge? Why are these results an addition to the current field? Do they clarify something that was previously unknown? This section MUST incorporate outside research and not just recapitulate the authors’ discussion.
What is/are the outstanding question(s) stemming from this article? This section MUST incorporate outside research that puts the current study in perspective of the field. It must go beyond the discussion of the current article being reviewed, and not just summarize their discussion points. Based on the main novelty of the article, what is the next step? What missing information still needs to be researched? Make sure you focus your discussion of outstanding questions around the main novel results.

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For an example of how your submission should look like, consult page 24 of the “Other Sensory Systems” lecture slides Download the “Other Sensory Systems” lecture slides. On that page, you can see the graph for the changes in cell activity after adapting to ice cold water. Your submission should have the same structure for the graphs, but illustrate adaptation to hot 105o water.

Draw two graphs, each showing the activity of both Warm-Best and Cool-Best receptors. Indicate, on both graphs, the responses of these cells to 105o , 89o and 75o. The first graph should represent normal function. The second graph should show the change in the cells’ activity after the Selective Adaptation that occurs from holding your hand in hot 105o water for a prolonged period. Will 89o feel warmer or cooler after this adaptation? WHY?
Upload your responses – as a PDF – by Thursday, July 21st 8am PST.
For an example of how your submission should look like, consult page 24 of the “Other Sensory Systems” lecture slides Download the “Other Sensory Systems” lecture slides. On that page, you can see the graph for the changes in cell activity after adapting to ice cold water. Your submission should have the same structure for the graphs, but illustrate adaptation to hot 105o water.
Sample or similiar is below