Category Archives: Biology

There are some great nature documentaries available right now, and the Netflix s

There are some great nature documentaries available right now, and the Netflix series “Our Planet” is excellent. Netflix has made the entire series available for free on YouTube. Watch the first episode, “One Planet” (Links to an external site.), and the short follow-up video, “How to save our planet” (Links to an external site.)

https://www.ourplanet.com/en/video/how-to-save-our-planet/
, and answer the questions on the worksheet:
MS Word file:File attached
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The videos and questions align with a wide variety of our course materials (especially our Exam 3 material!), so I hope they will help bring some relevance to our course- as well as introduce you to this series if you haven’t already watched it. Please submit your completed work as an upload below.

I need a letter of recommendation created on behalf of my professor Dr. Manuel B

I need a letter of recommendation created on behalf of my professor Dr. Manuel Barbieri, Florida International University, this has been pre-approved by him and myself. The issue is he is stuck taking care of his wife so he asked me to write the letter myself so I’m ordering it through you guys. I need an exemplary letter created as I had three classes with my professor: cell biology, genetics, and finally senior seminar. I received A’s in all the classes I took with him and we became great friends as well. I got to know him and his family a little bit and he got to know my interests and my dream to become a maxillofacial and oral surgeon. I’m applying to dental schools so I need this letter to be of the best vocabulary, reflecting me as a great student both in the class and outside of the class. Before it is submitted it will be edited by me and by him so do not worry about any consequences as this has been pre-approved by him and will be reviewed by both him and me before submitting to dental schools. I’m attaching my CV its mostly updated with my work experiences volunteering and my graduating GPA. Thank you, and let me know if further information is required.

Pick one of the following questions to answer. Do not repeat answers that have

Pick one of the following questions to answer. Do not repeat answers that have already been stated. No credit will be given for repeated answers. DO NOT answer the question number in its entirety. Answer only what is being asked. Posting outside the assigned discussion will not count and post will be deleted
What is the difference between anatomy and physiology and how do these two sciences support each other? Provide at least two examples.
Discuss one level of the body’s structural hierarchy and provide at least two examples of that level.
Discuss one characteristic that distinguishes living from nonliving things and provide an example of that characteristic.
Discuss a negative feedback mechanism and explain its importance to homeostasis.
Discuss a positive feedback mechanism, explain its importance to homeostasis and how it can be beneficial or harmful.
Discuss one of the properties of water that accounts for its ability to support life.
What are mixtures, solutions, suspensions, and colloids? Pick one of these to discuss and provide at least two examples.
What are acids, bases, buffers and salts? Pick one of these to discuss and provide at least two examples.
There are several different classes of chemical reactions. Pick one class of chemical reaction and provide at least two examples showing that class of chemical reaction.
Discuss one of the factors that affect reaction rates.
There are 4 different types of carbohydrates (monosaccharides, disaccharides, polysaccharides, and conjugated carbohydrates). Pick one of these types of carbohydrate and discuss the at least two examples that are include in that category.
There are many different types of lipids and their functions. Pick at least two lipids and discuss the importance of the lipids in the body.
Proteins have complex structures. Discuss one level of complexity of protein structure and how the protein maintains that structure.
There are many different functions for proteins. Discuss one function of proteins and the importance of at least two examples of proteins with that function.
Nucleotides and nucleic acids are important for the body. Discuss one specific nucleotide or nucleic acid and its importance in the human body.
Complete discussion board question for this chapter (graded). You will need to submit your first post to the discussion board question by WEDNESDAY, 11:59pm EST, and also post throughout the week (Two posts per week, one instructor question, one response to student both posts 300 words minimum ).
Sample of 300 word count essay:
The components of whole blood are plasma (the liquid matrix), accounting for 55% of the volume, and the formed elements (red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets), which account for the remaining 45% of volume. Plasma is a straw-colored liquid consisting of 90% water, salts and proteins that are important for maintaining osmotic balance, buffering against pH changes, maintaining blood viscosity, transporting certain materials, and for blood clotting when a blood vessel is injured. There are three major formed elements – red blood cells (erythrocytes), white blood cells (leukocytes), and platelets (which are cell fragments).
Red blood cells, the most numerous cells in the blood, carry oxygen from the lungs to all parts of the body. A red blood cells is a biconcave disk with a thin center, a shape that provides a large surface area for efficient diffusion of oxygen, and the flexibility to pass through even the smallest blood vessels. Red blood cells contain the protein hemoglobin which has an iron ion incorporated into its structure. When blood travels through the lungs, the oxygen in the lungs combines with the iron in the hemoglobin. When the blood moves through the body’s capillary system, the oxygen carried in the red blood cells is released from the iron to the other cells of the body.
White blood cells make up only about 1% pf the blood volume. They are an important part of the immune system. Their primary function is to provide defense against invaders in the body, which may include bacterial, parasites, fungi, and viruses. White blood cells may attack a foreign body directly, produce antibodies that identify, attach to and neutralize a foreign body, or they may trigger other cells to act in destroying the foreign body.
Platelets perform a vital function in the process of coagulation, or blood clotting, which occurs when a blood vessel is injured.

Step 2: Innovations in Biology and Technology – Writing Assignment (9%) Addresse

Step 2: Innovations in Biology and Technology – Writing Assignment (9%)
Addresses course outcomes 1-4:
recognize and explain how the scientific method is used to solve problems
make observations and discriminate between scientific and pseudoscientific explanations
weigh evidence and make decisions based on strengths and limitations of scientific knowledge and the scientific method
use knowledge of biological principles, the scientific method, and appropriate technologies to ask relevant questions, develop hypotheses, design and conduct experiments, interpret results, and draw conclusions
Write a paper about your chosen topic.
Your paper should consist of a title page, introduction, several paragraphs addressing the questions for your chosen topic, conclusion, and references.
***The outline you wrote in step 1 should be your starting point, but you can make edits to the topics and details you include, and the organization of the content. Take advantage of any feedback received. ***
Your paper should be 750-1500 words, excluding references and the title page.
Use a minimum of three (3) reliable information sources. These may or may not be the same resources that you found in step 1 of this assignment.
***The majority of your paper should be written in your own words, your own writing style and structure, fully paraphrasing information from the selected information sources (just changing a few words in a sentence is not enough). Your paper should consist of less than 10% direct quotes. Quotation marks must be used at the start and end of a direct quote, followed by an in-text citation. When paraphrasing, you should also use text citations to acknowledge the source. ***
A list of references in APA format should be included at the end.
Please visit the UMGC Citing and Writing page for citation, writing, and academic integrity help: https://sites.umgc.edu/library/libhow/gethelp-citing.cfm
Submit your paper to the Assignment folder by the due date listed in the course schedule.
The originality of your assignment will be checked with Turnitin.
Topic selection (use the topic you selected for step 1 of this assignment, included here as a reminder):
Bioprinting. Your father has been on a waitlist for a new kidney for several years, but no match has been found. You hear about bioprinting on the news and decide to do some research so you can tell him about it. Start with an explanation of what bioprinting is, and how the process works. Relate it to what you have learned about cells, tissues, and organs. What are the benefits of bioprinting? What are the current challenges? What are stem cells and how can they be used for bioprinting? What is bioink and how is it used for bioprinting? Include a least two examples of current research in this field, and conclude with predictions for the future. Finally, do you believe that your father could benefit from this technology in his lifetime?

Innovations in Biology and Technology – Finding Information Sources and Outline

Innovations in Biology and Technology – Finding Information Sources and Outline
Choose one of the provided topics (see list below, a-e).
Review Is My Source Credible? from the UMGC library.
Search the library and/or the internet to locate 3 reliable information sources that you may use for this assignment. The purpose of this step is to get the research process started; you are not required to use these information sources in the final version of your assignment.
Write 1-2 sentences for each information source explaining why you believe these sources are reliable using what you learned from the UMGC library article.
Write references to the 3 information sources in APA format: https://libguides.umgc.edu/apa-examp.
Create an outline for the writing assignment. The outline should be in a bullet list format and include the major topics that you plan to include in your assignment, with some supportive detail for each topic. It should not be a draft with full sentences and paragraphs. Here are two resources that may be helpful as you write your outline:
UMGC (2020) Outlining What You Will Write. https://www.umgc.edu/current-students/learning-resources/writing-center/online-guide-to-writing/tutorial/chapter2/ch2-11.html
UMGC (2020) Prewriting and Outlining. https://www.umgc.edu/current-students/learning-resources/writing-center/writing-resources/getting-started-writing/prewriting-and-outlining.cfm
Topic:
d) Bioprinting. Your father has been on a waitlist for a new kidney for several years, but no match has been found. You hear about bioprinting on the news and decide to do some research so you can tell him about it. Start with an explanation of what bioprinting is, and how the process works. Relate it to what you have learned about cells, tissues, and organs. What are the benefits of bioprinting? What are the current challenges? What are stem cells and how can they be used for bioprinting? What is bioink and how is it used for bioprinting? Include a least two examples of current research in this field, and conclude with predictions for the future. Finally, do you believe that your father could benefit from this technology in his lifetime?

have to find reasearch artilces on Morphogenesis atleast 5 sources need 10 pages

have to find reasearch artilces on Morphogenesis atleast 5 sources
need 10 pages
i will attach a 3 page research paper i did on this topic last sem you will get an idea. but this time its 10 pages
please be give good amount of details on the research beacuse i have to make powerpoints on it. dont make it too complicated with words.
please do the citition

have to find reasearch artilces on Morphogenesis atleast 5 sources need 10 pages

have to find reasearch artilces on Morphogenesis atleast 5 sources
need 10 pages
i will attach a 3 page research paper i did on this topic last sem you will get an idea. but this time its 10 pages
please be give good amount of details on the research beacuse i have to make powerpoints on it. dont make it too complicated with words.
please do the citition

Questions are related to landfill, waste managemnt, zero waste, organics, and o

Questions are related to landfill, waste managemnt, zero waste, organics, and other related subjects.
All the questions should be anwered in the space provided, be specific, dirrect and use your own words (no copy and paste). If your not able to answer one of the questions, please let me know. It is very important that the questions be answered correctly.
Answer the questions in 7 Pages total.

Science can be defined as a systematic approach to acquiring knowledge. Science

Science can be defined as a systematic approach to acquiring knowledge. Science is based upon facts and evidence rather than beliefs or superstitions. To understand Biology and science, you must first examine how scientific knowledge is obtained. Science is a process that involves several steps. Read the description of the steps involved in the scientific method in the text paying close attention to the steps outlined in Section 1.3. Then pick one of the examples below and describe the steps of the scientific method you would use to test the question or find the solution to the problem. In other words, please design a virtual experiment (using the steps of the scientific method) to test the hypothesis you make about one of the questions listed below.
Be sure to identify the steps (observation, hypothesis, prediction, experiment/test, controls, results, conclusions). In your responses to each other, help each other identify the parts of the process properly so that the results can be clearly interpreted.
Will chilling an onion before cutting it keep you from crying?
If you shake up different kinds or brands of soft drinks (e.g., carbonated), will they all spew the same amount?
Do all breakfast cereals that say they have 100% of the U.S. recommended daily allowance (RDA) for iron really have the same amount?
Are all potato chips equally greasy (you can crush them to get uniform samples and look at the diameter of a grease spot on brown paper)? Is greasiness different if different oils are used (e.g., peanut versus soybean)?
Does eating breakfast have an effect on school performance?
Do the same types of mold grow on all types of bread?
Does increasing the ethylene concentration ripen fruit more quickly?
Can you use a household water filter to remove flavor or color from other liquids?
Does the power of a microwave affect how well it makes popcorn?
Can you tell/taste the difference between ground beef, chuck, and round after they have been cooked?