“Start with ‘Enzyme Lab 5 Handout’ for all the information you need to understand the lab. There are questions embedded in the lab with the tables, use these to help with your discussion in your report. You don’t need to answer them and submit them to me. They will help you understand the lab better. Then move on to the ‘Data Analysis’ handout. This will have the tables you will need to make graphs for and determine your optimal values. The ‘Enzyme Lab Report Writeup’ file will explain everything you need to include from these two handouts in your lab report. Use this as the guide to writing your report. ” **instructions from professor. I will include all the
here’s the link to the word doc that you will use to complete the lab report on, I added all the resources instruction pages in the files below. I completed some of the introduction and realized I have other work to do, so I really need it done well for a cheap price. Thank you
• Using our core concept of flow-down gradients, explain the movement of glucose in and out of the nephron.
Using our core concept of homeostasis, explain how the kidneys are involved in controlling fluid osmolarity.
Compare the structure and functions of the major regions of the nephron.
Compare the structure and function of cortical and juxtamedullary nephrons.
Discuss the effect of renin, angiotensin, and aldosterone on blood pressure. (Be thorough, specific, and accurate).
Explain how the vertical concentration gradient in the medulla and the concentration of vasopressin influences the volume and osmolarity of urine produced.
Compare the mechanism and effect of loop diuretics, thiazide diuretics, ACE inhibitors, and ARBs (angiotensin II receptor blockers).
Explain the four stages of external respiration and identify the gradients (driving force) and resistance of each stage.
Explain and give the formula for Boyle’s law and how changes in thoracic volume is related to Boyle’s law.
Compare tidal volume, expiratory reserve volume, inspiratory reserve volume, residual volume, vital capacity, total lung capacity, inspiratory capacity, and functional residual capacity.List the average values for each volume and capacity.
Explain how local mechanisms allow for the matching of ventilation and perfusion.
Explain how the oxygen dissociation curve is related to the properties and function of hemoglobin.
Discuss how changes in temperature, PCO2, pH and 2,3 DPG concentration shift the oxygen dissociation curve.
Explain how oxygen dissociation curve shifts affect oxygen loading in the lungs and unloading at the tissues.
Below is a question that I am struggling to answer. Can you please provide a detailed answer (250 words).
The nervous system is a very complex and yet simple system.. The nervous system is like the electrical systems in our home, if the light in the kitchen goes out, we can probably figure out which wires are malfunctioning or if it was the circuit breaker. From your experience with patients, pick 2 specific neurological defects and trace it to its anatomical origin and explain where the anatomic defect can be. For example; someone with loss of vision in one eye, where would the defect be found in the brain? Someone with loss of smell, or unable to speak, where can we assume the problem is located etc.. Remember to reply to at least 2 of your classmates.. View the video link as well.
https://youtu.be/kMKc8nfPATI (Links to an external site.)
https://www.ebmconsult.com/articles/homunculus-sensory-motor-cortex#jump_ss_100128 (Links to an external site.)
This link is very informative and really shows where your sensory and motor functions are located..
The anatomy and physiology of different species is used to classify organisms of similar anatomical structures together. Scientists can also use this information to look at how a species has evolved over time. In this assignment, you will compare and contrast the structure and functions of the organs and organs systems of different animals.
InstructionsYour task is to compare the organs and organ systems of three animals species from the list below with what you know of human organs and organ systems. Your comparison can be presented in a table format or another format of your choice as long as it is well organized.
Each species links out to a dissection video for your review. You may need to conduct additional research.
Choose only THREE animal species for your comparison with human anatomy.
Earthworm Anatomy – YouTube
Crayfish Anatomy Part 2 – YouTube
Sea Star Dissection
Sea Star Anatomy Part 2 – YouTube
Perch (Bony Fish) Dissection
Bony Fish (Perch) Anatomy – YouTube
Grass Frog Dissection
Frog Anatomy – Part 2 (Internal) – YouTube
Jellyfish and Anemone Dissection
Jellyfish and Anemone Anatomy (Cnidaria) – YouTube
Grasshopper Anatomy Part 2 – YouTube
You can use the format below for organizing your information. Your table should include human anatomy and function of the following systems:
Digestive: mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, liver, gall bladder, pancreas, digestionRespiratory: nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, trachea, epiglottis, bronchi, diaphragm, gas exchange Circulatory: heart, arteries, capillaries, veins, lymphatic systemFor each animal organ system, compare how the organs differ or are similar to human organs. Describe and compare the function of animal organs and systems that differ from human organs and systems. If organs of an animal species have the same function as human organs, describe their difference or similarity in size and location within the animal body.You may need to conduct additional research.Table Format
Human AnatomyAnimal Species #1Animal Species #2Animal Species #3Digestive SystemRespiratory SystemCirculatory SystemAssessment Details
Your submission should include the following:
Your completed table or graphic organizer.
Your comparison includes three animal species AND humans.
Your table includes information on all of the digestive, respiratory, and circulatory systems for EACH animal species.
In-text citations in APA style.
A completed reference list in APA style.
This will be a formal, written report. It should be no less than 900 words (Double Spaced, Times New Roman, Font Size 12). Your report should include at least 2 published scientific articles as a reference and include your takeaways from these two articles on the gene. Make sure to include the citations at the end of your report – Your citations are not included as part of the 900-word minimum. At the end of your report, make sure to list out the final word count for your report. Once you are done with this, make sure to email it as an attached WORD document. I will not be able to accept a PDF or any other file option. NO PLAGIARISM IN ALL ORIGINAL WORK.
Topic: human endogenous retroviruses
lab report all sections about DNA fellow the guide lines the experiment went wrong we didn’t get all the profiles due to forgetting one of the wells or contamination all the guide lines and result uploaded. we took suspect samples from other groups.
Please answer these 14 questions in 1-2 paragraphs unless it says otherwise. You must use your own words and write in simple English. You need to make it simple and easy to read and get straight to the point. There is no need for unnecessary information.
I will send you hints for each question when I select you. It has what needs to be on each question exactly (which will make it easier for you).
You must send me each question numbered with the answer underneath it.
Was your education, research, training or employment impacted by the COVID-19 situation? If so, how
Make a powerpoint presentation addressing the key points the paper talks about . Make sure to include tables and figures.Include 10-15 slides
A. List (bullet format) the key points addressed in each of the following sections of your group’s scientific article.
Introduction and background Section (at least 5 key points)
Results Section (at least 6 key points)
Methods (at least 4 key points)
Discussion/Conclusion (at least 4 key points)
Title of research article:
Bifidobacterium species associated with breastfeeding produce aromatic lactic acids in the infant gut. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41564-021-00970-4
Name of journal and date of publication:
Nature Microbiology, October 21, 2021
Authors names (first and last authors only):
Martin F. Laursen, Henrik M. Roager
Climate Change is a two-part problem. First, because of ozone depletion, more solar radiation enters the Earth’s atmosphere and secondly, because of greenhouse gas accumulation in the atmosphere, more heat is trapped and re-radiated back to the Earth’s surface.
The following two quotes are from scientists that are part of the IPCC: “Fossil energy use is responsible for about 85% of the anthropogenic CO2 emissions produced annually.”and “As global average temperature increase exceeds 3.5°C, model projections suggest significant extinctions ranging from 40 to 70 per cent of species assessed around the globe.”
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is a scientific intergovernmental body under the auspices of the United Nations, made up of over 600 scientists from around the globe. The IPCC does not carry out its own original research but instead is charged with assessment of published literature on climate change (we are talking THOUSANDS of research articles and other documents) with the goal of understanding the risk of human-induced climate change.
If so many scientists agree that climate change is real and that anthropogenic activity is a major cause, why are there still doubters? Read the following two articles and respond in 1 paragraph. If you don’t know what anthropogenic means, you cannot answer the question, so please look it up!
1) READING: Scientific American article, ‘Is Global Warming a Myth?’ https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/is-global-warming-a-myth/
2) READING: Science Magazine article, ‘The Scientific Consensus on Climate Change (link here or PDF attached) Scientific Consensus on Climate Change
3) WRITE: 1-2 paragraph response to EACH of these articles.
4) WATCH: Nissan Leaf Commercial
4) RESPOND:Besides buying this car, what message is the car company conveying? Clearly they are trying to strike an emotional nerve, so how does this commercial make you feel? Note how ‘out of place’ the polar bear looks in the varying ecosystems. The polar bear was very specifically chosen for this message – why? Do you feel Nissan effectively reaches their target audience, the educated consumer? Why or why not? Do some research, you cannot necessarily answer each of these questions simply by watching the commercial.
5) VIDEO: select one of the videos from National Geographic, please INCLUDE THE NAME AND LINK in your completed assignment. You will find the link to select your video below. It’s already filtered to select climate change videos, otherwise you can just put ‘climate change’ in the search box and select a video that interests you.
6) WRITE: 1 paragraph summary of your selected video.