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Future research: what are the future directions of the research presented in the paper?

Review Paper for publish submission Summaries should be double-spaced, 12 point font, and include citation at the top of the page (title, authors, journal, volume and page numbers) Each summary will include the following sections (Please use the section titles as headings). Goals and Rationale: Describe the question the researchers were trying to answer and why. Include the authors’ hypothesis and variable being tested Materials and Methods: This section should be divided into sub-sections with sub-headings based on each assay. Summary of Results: Give a brief summary of each result presented in the paper. This section should be divided into sub-sections with sub-headings based on each result. Discussion: What do the authors conclude based on their results? How do they use their results to argue for their conclusions? Do you agree with their conclusions? Why or why not? Future Research: What are the future directions of the research presented in the paper? Vocabulary: List at least 7 words with their definitions that you did not know the meaning of prior to reading this paper.

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Hi, i’ve attached the reading by aldo leopold and please check the 3 links below

Hi, I’ve attached the reading by Aldo Leopold and please check the 3 links below for the other 3. Biosphere II : https://www.ted.com/talks/jane_poynter_life_in_biosphere_2?language=en Pavan Suhkdev: https://www.ted.com/talks/pavan_sukhdev_put_a_value_on_nature?language=en Steven Wise: https://www.ted.com/talks/steven_wise_chimps_have_feelings_and_thoughts_they_should_also_have_rights?language=en

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The essay will be graded according to the rubric in canvas.

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Medical Terminology, The Body as a Whole and Circulatory System in your textbook
The patient is a 56-year-old male who had been complaining of recurrent chest pain when performing mild activities at home. The chest pain subsides when he lies down. Also, he has experienced SOB when carrying groceries and climbing one set of stairs. He has a history of CHF.
Arrives in the ER with angina pectoris that is relieved with bed rest. His BP is 180/110. He has SOB. His EKG indicates he is having arrhythmias and an MI. He has been given aspirin and will be started on antiarrhythmias, diuretics, antihypertensives and oxygen. He will be admitted to CCU for observation and treatment.
Answer the following questions:
1. Define the words typed in bold. You will receive 5 points for defining the words in bold.
2. Discuss the health implications of the patient’s symptoms
3. Discuss the expected outcomes of the prescribed medications
4. Discuss the hoped for changes in the patient’s medical condition.
Write your answers in a short essay. The essay will be graded according to the rubric in Canvas. Write the essay in a word document, check for spelling

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Of 24,666 suspected or confirmed cases reported, 10,179 people died.9 (links to an external site.)

Ebola is incurable and deadly. The outbreak in West Africa in 2014 was unprecedented, dwarfing other human Ebola epidemics in the level of mortality. Of 24,666 suspected or confirmed cases reported, 10,179 people died.9 (Links to an external site.)
No approved treatments or vaccines for Ebola are available. While some drugs have shown potential in laboratory studies and animal models, they have not been tested in humans for safety and effectiveness. Not only are these drugs untested or unregistered but they are also in short supply.
Given the great suffering and high mortality rates, it is fair to ask whether unregistered and untested medications are better than none at all. Should such drugs be dispensed and, if so, who should receive them, in light of their extremely limited supplies? Is it ethical to treat untested drugs on patients with Ebola? On the other hand, is it ethical to withhold potentially life-saving drugs from dying patients? Or should the drugs perhaps be reserved for health-care providers working to contain the disease?
In August 2014, two infected US aid workers and a Spanish priest were treated with ZMapp, an unregistered drug that had been tested in monkeys but not in humans. The two American aid workers recovered, but the priest died. Later that month, the WHO released a report on the ethics of treating patients with the drug. Since Ebola is often fatal, the panel reasoned that it is ethical to give the unregistered drugs and unethical to withhold them for safety concerns. This situation is an example of “compassionate use” outside the well-established system of regulation and governance of therapies.
When do you feel it is ethical to provide unregistered drugs and when is it unethical? In a substantial post (minimum 250 words), explain your reasoning and cite sources used to support your position. Your answer should go beyond, “In my opinion…” statements. We all have opinions, what we want to discuss is a position you support developed by evidence.

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Questions regarding the requirements of these papers, please.

report must be based on a biology article
concerning some aspect of aquatic biology. The articles can
come from any newspaper or periodical. A good source is from
the “Science Times” section of the New York Times newspaper
(this section is only found in Tuesday’s editions). The New
York Times can be bought at many coffeehouses or
supermarkets. You can also view it for free at the library or on-
line from your home computer. If you use the library, please do
not take the’
“Science Times” section, or any newspaper for that
matter. That is basically stealing, and robbing other students of
access to the paper. A copy of the article is not required with
your submission, but you must include a reference for your
article. The report should be approximately two pages long, and
include a complete summary of the article and a personal
editorial (Critue/self reflection), as well as the reference(s). If you have any other
questions regarding the requirements of these papers, please.

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The minimum requirements are listed below. Assignments not conforming to format and topical restrictions will be penalized 12.5 points (50% of the available points). Writing assignments must be:
Your own original work
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3 full pages in length
1-inch margins all sides
Times New Roman font
12-point type maximum, Double spaced with no additional paragraph spacing
Name right-flush in the top header and vertically centered in the upper margin.
Printed (one side of the page only) and stapled (upper left-hand corner) before class.
You may not mention your family, money, politics, agriculture, medicine, the military, sex, sports, or religion
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Write a letter to your parents that begins:
“Dear Shameyka Frazier ,
Now that I am a senior in college and have been accepted to medical school, I wanted to thank you for all of your support for my hard work these past four years. I also wanted to tell you that I have decided not to go to medical school, but to spend the rest of my life studying _______________________________.”
(Fill in the name of your animal here)
Explain your decision to your parents. You may substitute some other goal for “medical school.” Remember, do not mention or refer to money, religion, health, politics, sex, sports, agriculture, or the military.
my animal is Anaxyrus woodhousii ( woodhouse toad)

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Also, don’t worry about the name date, and period i’ll do that myself.

Hey! I attached the photo of the steps that need to be done but you need to do this project based on the Egrets & Cattle. Also, don’t worry about the name date, and period I’ll do that myself.

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• an explanation for the role performed by each of the three enzymes i’ve asked you to know (rna primase, dna polymerase, and ligase).

Homework 3: DNA Replication
DNA replication is a complicated process, and it’s difficult (especially now with Covid and online learning) for me to tell if the entire thing is sinking in for students. To ensure that you understand the process I want you to write out a step-by-step explanation for how DNA replication works, from the start with a single double-stranded DNA molecule, to the end with two double-stranded DNA molecules. Your explanation should include the following:
• An organized and numbered list, where each step in the process is given a number (ex: Step 1, Step 2, Step 3, etc.)
• Six or more steps. If it seems like you can use fewer then you probably are not going into sufficient detail. More than six steps is completely fine.
• An explanation for the role performed by each of the three enzymes I’ve asked you to know (RNA primase, DNA polymerase, and Ligase).
• An explanation for how DNA polymerase knows what nucleotide to add next
If you are uncertain about any of the steps involved please email me or visit my office hours so that I can go over this in detail with you and ensure the process is clear in your mind.

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Own words no references or citation

own words no references or citation
1. Describe two examples of enzyme involvement in photosynthesis
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2. Explain the role of the cytoplasm in photosynthesis.

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We the human species are not just one blood line.

DNA is used to find long lost relatives and to put your family together. We all have DNA and certain type of genes in our bodies that can determine what we are mixed with and what our heritage is. Over 15vmillion people send in their DNA to find out who they truly are and where do they come from. Most people have about 3-5% of European in their DNA.
Genetic Genealogy creates family history profiles (biological relationships between or among individuals) by using DNA test results in combination with traditional genealogical methods. By using genealogical DNA testing, genetic genealogy can determine the levels and types of biological relationships between or among individuals. Depending upon how strong the autosomal DNA is. That will give the most accurate results. At times the DNA can become diluted and give inaccurate results. We the human species are not just one blood line. We come from different people and different DNA.
We are identify by our DNA, and genes. Once a person takes a swab test and send it of to the lab the other party does the same and scientist compare the two DNA and based upon the percentage can determine the outcome.