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Compose your review in apa format and include:

In this assignment, students will review a microbial journal article.
Choose one article from a primary scientific literature source that uses a microbe as a model organism/system and write a comprehensive summary of the study that answers the following questions:
Choose one article from a primary scientific literature source that uses a microbe as a model organism/system.
NOTE: Many free articles may be obtained from http://www.pubmed.govLinks to an external site. or visit the WCU library.
Write a summary of the study that includes:
Why did the scientists perform the study (i.e., descriiption of background)?
What was the hypothesis (or hypotheses) under investigation?
What were the major results and did they support or negate the hypothesis? Which key techniques were used to achieve these results?
Why are the results significant and do they point to further/future studies? In other words, why does this article matter and what should or could be done next?
Why did you choose this particular article to review? Was it interesting, informative, clearly written, or none of the above?
Compose your review in APA format and include:
A title page
Answers to the questions above in paragraph format (2 or more pages)
A reference page with the reference for your article and any other sources used in your review.
Five pages.
Two articles supporting assignment (maximum).
i have attached a word document that details this papers instructions as well as a link for one of the articles and the rubric for this assignment

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In this discussion, lets talk about homeostasis..

In this discussion, lets talk about homeostasis.. You go for a long walk on a hot day. Give examples of ways in which homeostasis keeps your body healthy.
Watch this Discovery Channel video on thermoregulation to see illustrations of this process in a variety of animals.

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In step 5, an experiment is done to test the prediction.

Although the scientific method is used by most of the sciences, it can also be applied to everyday situations. Think about a problem that you may have at home, at work, or with your car, and apply the scientific method to solve it.
Follow the outline of the scientific method as described in the chapter and submit your detailed steps (all 6 of them) to come up with your hypothesis.

A flow chart shows the steps in the scientific method.
In step 1, an observation is made.
In step 2, a question is asked about the observation.
In step 3, an answer to the question, called a hypothesis, is proposed.
In step 4, a prediction is made based on the hypothesis.
In step 5, an experiment is done to test the prediction.
In step 6, the results are analyzed to determine whether or not the hypothesis is correct. If the hypothesis is incorrect, another hypothesis is made. In either case, the results are reported.

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Define the following solutions: hypertonic, hypotonic, isotonic.

Background information can be found in the Student Workbook as well as the OpenStax textbook, or online (just be sure to cite your references in the text as well as provide the citiation at the end of the report).
This should include:
What is osmosis?
How does osmosis differ from diffusion?
What is concentration?
What determines the direction of movement of molecules?
What is osmotic pressure?
What is a semipermeable membrane?
Define the following: solute, solvent, solution
Define the following solutions: hypertonic, hypotonic, isotonic.
How do the different solutions affect a cell?Explain why/how.
What is the purpose of the activity?
For methods tell me what the program was that we used. Then breifly describe what you are manipulating and provide the variables that you used for each exercise. I would recommend referencing SimUText and providing appropriate citations.
When reporting your results remember that you should provide both a written descriiption and I would recreate any tables from the student workbook and include a column for what the results were on the cell.
Your discussion should explain to me why you observed the cell either shrinking or bursting, depending on what your manipluations were for each excercise. Then simply tell me what you learned and how this can be applied to real life applications such as receiving an IV and why it is important to have specific concentrations of molecules in the solution.
Hint: Scientific writting is rather bland… You would simply report what was observed, for example you could say “The cell burst as a result of an influx of water molecules.”; but would not say “As water flooded the cell like middle-school girls rushing the stage at a BTS concert the cell burst like a cosmic explosion leading to the formation new of solo careers.”

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Please write a lab report following the guidelines provided in the pdf.

Please write a lab report following the guidelines provided in the pdf. The experiment was performed as described in the other PDF. Everything is named accordingly. Pictures will be also available as soon as my instructor provides me with quality pictures (hopefully pretty soon). The question addressed during the experiment is: what are the morphological differences between dicty cells and L-fibroblasts cells? If any questions please do not hesitate to ask.

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5)choose an additional plant or animal and identify a gene of interest in that genome and describe why someone would be interested in researching it (provide an additional primary source document as support) for part five, i’m expecting a few paragraphs

5)Choose an additional plant or animal and identify a gene of interest in that genome and describe why someone would be interested in researching it (provide an additional primary source document as support) For part five, I’m expecting a few paragraphs

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In the above example calculate b in a, and explain whether this method is correc

In the above example Calculate B in A, and explain whether this method is correct in calculating MACO for B in A. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1YC6SBGdTU https://www.pharmtech.com/view/cleanability-pharmaceutical-soils-different-materials-construction

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You must post an answer that is formulated in your original words.

Answer the questions. You can use the video to help with the first question and google the second. You must post an answer that is formulated in your original words. Do not copy and paste any information from the internet to answer the question. You must reference academically credible material (no Wikipedia, Quora or tutoring site references please), and you would do well to paraphrase your source/s with correct citations.

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A precis is not a sentence-by-sentence recap of a source text with some words changed here and there (i.e. a paraphrase).

i will upload the template and reading with instructions. A precis is NOT a sentence-by-sentence recap of a source text with some words changed here and there (i.e. a paraphrase). Instead, a precis, or a summary, is a distillation of the key argument of the source text into a condensed, concise, and logical set of short paragraphs. To use a sporting analogy, if I asked you to summarise a football match, I don’t need to know the play-by-play of who passed the ball to whom, or who tackled whom, I just want to know who the teams were, what the final score was, and which team won the match. Identifying this key argument can be challenging, especially in popular science writing, since such writers (such as John Reilly and EO Wilson) tend to bury the argument deep inside a richly woven narrative. There are many ways of identifying the central argument of reading, and one good way is to read through the entire reading from start to finish, then close the reading and write out what you think the key arguments of the reading are in point form, before returning to the reading to check how accurate you were. Another technique I find to be useful is highlighting sections of the text that seem to be important. Fundamentally, a good summary needs to synthesise the author’s core message and discard any unnecessary detail that distracts or detracts from the argument being made. This is why in last week’s reading, all that detail about Huxley being “Darwin’s Bulldog” or his discoveries at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History would not have gained you any marks since they were mostly irrelevant to the key issue of the evolution and biogeography of the ratites.

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However, you should be as complete as possible being sure to cover your topic.

Part of your grades is a project is about Global Health Learning,“Global health is an area for study, research, and practice that places a priority on improving health and achieving equity in health for all people worldwide. I will assign different topics (diseases) in class that are considered a global health issues. This will help students learning about global health issues and being able to research and write a paper about it. Some disease processes are more involved than others; therefore, I am not going to specify a set minimum number of words or pages. However, you should be as complete as possible being sure to cover your topic. I can tell you that if you are only submitting a couple of pages, you haven’t done your job. You have plenty of time to do this. Part of your grade will be based on the accuracy and completeness of the information you provide. At the end of the paper you should include your references. DO NOT use only internet searches. Please do not wait till last minute to hand your project, you can either upload it on canvas or hand it to me in class. Your paper should include but not be limited to the following points as they relate to your topic: 1. Define the disease and the etiologic agent(s) responsible (if any) 2. Method of transmission 3. Clinical signs/symptoms 4. Diagnostic methods (testing) and what you can expect to find on the results 5. If it’s communicable or not, epidemic or pandemic. 6. How it affects organ systems. 7. Treatment methods: include names of drugs and their mechanisms of actions, surgeries, radiation, laser, etc. At the end of the paper you should include your references. Try to use books, medical journals not only use internet searches.