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Please respond to tiffney with 150 words
When I think of disease, I think of attacking the body. Something that is there to harm you and make you feel sick. The disease that concerns me most is Breast Cancer. I think this is most concerning to me because anyone can get it, and yeah there are genes to tell you whether you are more likely to have it or not. But it is knowing that you can get it with or without that gene that’s what worries me. What I try to do to avoid that disease is stay as healthy as I can, by making sure I eat healthily and stay active. I make sure that I get checked yearly and make sure that I am not putting harmful things into my body.

Biology Question

This paper should be 4-6 pages in length; the topic must explore a connection between at least two of the
systems addressed in this course (for example, a disease that affects cardiovascular and renal function or aphenomenon that affects both respiratory and cardiovascular systems). You may choose a pathology or aphenomenon of normal physiology; ideally a topic that you would enjoy writing about.Please make sure to reference appropriately!! Avoid quotes when possible – this is meant to be YOUR writing.
GRADING RUBRICIntegration of organ systems1: more than one organ system is mentioned, but they are not discussed in an integrated manner (in regard to normalphysiology as well as chosen topic)2: secondary organ system mentioned primarily as a “side effect” to the main organ system’s situation, rather than as anequal “player” (for both normal physiology and for chosen topic)3: organs tied together in normal physiology (and discussed as such), but not in the application to the topic (e.g. thepathology really affects only one organ)4: paper integrates organs in all situations – normal physiology, specific situation chosen, etc. and they are more or lessequally consideredPhysiological Depth1: very basic discussion; lack of mechanisms (that is, “how” things occur)2: some basic mechanisms, but discussion is rudimentary; on par with intro physiology3: inconsistent depth, with some areas showing knowledge/understanding on par with 133 course and others very basic4: consistently sophisticated discussion of mechanisms underlying phenomena; clearly written at a level on par with 133courseUse of outside sources [CAREFUL! Cite appropriately! Paraphrasing is not original writing!!]1: outside sources are primarily quoted and there is little interpretation by the writer; limited original writing or thought(relies on expert sources to discuss topic)2: outside sources are quoted, although there is some interpretation on the part of the student; original writing discussesmeaning of sources, but does not completely rephrase3: outside sources are used, but the writer (student) has digested the information and is writing their owndescriptions/explanations (little reliance on quotes)Paper structure1: Sentence-level grammatical errors, spelling errors throughout paper. Sentences are choppy and use basic language.Errors impede understanding.2: Occasional spelling or grammatical errors; sentences read well but are more basic3: Few (if any) spelling or grammatical errors; sophisticated, smooth writing, sentence variety

Biology Question

This paper should be 4-6 pages in length; the topic must explore a connection between at least two of the systems addressed in this course (for example, a disease that affects cardiovascular and renal function or a phenomenon that affects both respiratory and cardiovascular systems). You may choose a pathology or a phenomenon of normal physiology; ideally a topic that you would enjoy writing about. Please make sure to reference appropriately!! Avoid quotes when possible – this is meant to be YOUR writing.
GRADING RUBRICIntegration of organ systems1: more than one organ system is mentioned, but they are not discussed in an integrated manner (in regard to normal physiology as well as chosen topic)2: secondary organ system mentioned primarily as a “side effect” to the main organ system’s situation, rather than as an equal “player” (for both normal physiology and for chosen topic)3: organs tied together in normal physiology (and discussed as such), but not in the application to the topic (e.g. the pathology really affects only one organ)4: paper integrates organs in all situations – normal physiology, specific situation chosen, etc. and they are more or less equally considered Physiological Depth1: very basic discussion; lack of mechanisms (that is, “how” things occur)2: some basic mechanisms, but discussion is rudimentary; on par with intro physiology 3: inconsistent depth, with some areas showing knowledge/understanding on par with 133 course and others very basic4: consistently sophisticated discussion of mechanisms underlying phenomena; clearly written at a level on par with 133 courseUse of outside sources [CAREFUL! Cite appropriately! Paraphrasing is not original writing!!]1: outside sources are primarily quoted and there is little interpretation by the writer; limited original writing or thought (relies on expert sources to discuss topic)2: outside sources are quoted, although there is some interpretation on the part of the student; original writing discusses meaning of sources, but does not completely rephrase3: outside sources are used, but the writer (student) has digested the information and is writing their own descriptions/explanations (little reliance on quotes)Paper structure1: Sentence-level grammatical errors, spelling errors throughout paper. Sentences are choppy and use basic language. Errors impede understanding.2: Occasional spelling or grammatical errors; sentences read well but are more basic3: Few (if any) spelling or grammatical errors; sophisticated, smooth writing, sentence variety

Mystery of the Black Death worksheet

1. The movie was about the Black Death. What is the real name for the disease? 2. What organism was the carrier of the disease, its bite giving you the virus? 3. What was the name of the mutation discussed? 4. What does one need to be completely immune to the Black Death (As far as the mutation goes?) 5. To what modern disease does the mutation discussed give its resistance or immunity to? 6. What percent of people were killed by the plague in europe? 7. If you got the disease, what were the chances you’d survive? 8. How does the plague “Out whit” the immune system? 9. What percent of native Africans

Writer’s Choice Essay

This will be a lab report/scientific paper.

Its BIOINFORMATICS CLASS MASTER LEVEL!

You need to focus on paper on the sequence analysis and bioinformatics and not so much on literature. The project is to use the tools you learned earlier in the semester. Organize your results in this way: First, you and I obtained the sequence from NCBI. Then we observed the conserved domains using the CDD. I suggested you also do this for Pfam. Discuss the different domains observed and any active sites or binding sites. That’s three of the five approaches required.Please if you could use ClinVar or OMIM, they would count as approaches. OMIM will also give you some general information about these genes and phenotypes, so I think that would be a good resource for you to use. Remember you need to focus on BRAC 1 and BRAC 2. Ask question if you dont understand.

Please read “Paper” and add staff I wrote earlier.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Structure/cdd/wrpsb.cgi?INPUT_TYPE=precalc

An introduction 3-4 paragraphs, talking about duckweed biology and ecology (examples of ideas include: life history, asexual vs. sexual

An introduction 3-4 paragraphs, talking about duckweed biology and ecology (examples of ideas include: life history, asexual vs. sexual reproduction, global and local problems with them, etc).
You should be using 2-4 references to support your introduction. Use Google Scholar on the topics for your review.
Cited sources MUST be in quotes with proper MLA citations. do this correctly please!

Proposal final Essay

I sent the support email under proposal please follow directions on the paper also it’s a fake pretend research so just make it up along the way and please no spelling errors don’t use Wikipedia and I have an interest with deers and wildlife and just nature but mostly into bats I like around the New York area if that helps and use google maps to find the site adequate

For this assignment, you will simply summarize the experiments, results, and conclusions from all the C. elegans experiments since

For this assignment, you will simply summarize the experiments, results, and conclusions from all the C. elegans experiments since the first paper. In other words, you must include in your paper:

–the screen for suppressors of che-10 using dye-filling assays

–retest data for your mutants

–Worm DNA extraction

–Worm DNA PCR

–gel and sequencing reactions

–DNA sequence analysis of mutants

This assignment was announced in lab. The report should be as brief as possible while still including all necessary information (probably 7 pages or less) and must be organized into the following sections and given these headings:

1) Introduction (~1/2 – 1 page)

2) Materials and Methods (~3 pages)

3) Results (~2-4 pages)

4) Discussion (~1/2 – 1 page)

5) References Cited (use and cite at least the source below. You can cite other sources if desired.)

The introduction should briefly include background information about the rationale for our C. elegans screen. Why did we do the screen, what were we hoping to identify, and how might the information we find be of interest for medical science? A good resource for to help you with the introduction and discussion can be found here: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4492366/ (Links to an external site.) If you use any ideas, facts, or figures from ANY source you MUST use your own words and phrases and you MUST cite them explicitly. You should plan to end the Introduction with 1-3 sentences that summarize what you found in these experiments. (Could be something like, “Our results tentatively indicate that we isolated __ intragenic suppressor mutations our genetic screen for suppressors of the che-10 mutation….” or anything that makes sense…)

Materials and Methods should include experimental procedures and any materials you used. You should have all this information in your lab reports, and in the handouts and powerpoints, which are on Canvas. Include procedures for the dye-filling assay and scoring worms, worm DNA extraction, PCR, DNA gel, DNA sequencing reactions, and DNA sequence alignment and analysis. Include any information you think would allow a student entering BIOL380 next year to replicate your experiments.

Results should contain text, data tables, or figures (such as bar graphs) that only describe data and descriiptions of the data. Make it easy to read–You can create data tables or plot data on bargraphs, for example. If available, you should indicate number of animals (worms) tested. If your results did not seem “right,” don’t worry! Science is about truth (see below).

Discussion should include conclusions about your experiments. You could describe anything that you learned from this experience. You also might use your data to continue to discuss why C. elegans is or is not a useful genetic model organism. Please discuss how our data and experiment might relate to human progressive blindness. You could draw out a simple model of the genes and mutations underlying the complementation test you performed, summarizing your conclusions. It is up to you as long as it makes sense. Feel free to use other sources as long as they are cited but do not cut and paste ANYTHING.

References should include each cited work in a list with all authors, publication, and year published.

Science is all about the truth. Therefore, even if experiments didn’t work out the way we wanted, the results must be reported truthfully and IN YOUR OWN WORDS. Also, please remember that plagiarism is grounds for failure. Plagiarism is using words or even ideas from another work without citing it. However, using words or pictures from another student’s report even if you cite that student is not permitted. So, for any outside sources you use, you MUST digest the ideas you would like to use and then put them into your own words.

Cutting and pasting from any source, even if you change a word here and there, is plagiarism so don’t do it. Any outside facts or figures also must be cited. Each individual should write his/her own report that should not be the same (or even partially the same) as any other student’s report. If you have any questions about what constitutes plagiarism, contact me. To avoid failing due to plagiarism, don’t cut and paste from ANY SOURCE. Do not cut and paste pictures from any source or from another student’s work.

You will submit this report electronically on Canvas and it will be scanned by “Turnitin,” which automatically detects plagiarism.

To avoid failing due to plagiarism, don’t cut and paste from ANY SOURCE. Don’t use the exact same text as another student here at MSU or anywhere else. I encourage you to look at your turnitin score before the due date and make sure it is under 10%. If your report has a turnitin score above 10% you must revise and resubmit BEFORE THE DUE DATE. After the due date, your report will be assumed to be final and I will not accept revisions. Because it is so close to the end of the semester, I can not accept late assignments.

Final biology seminar paper

This professor is big on references and citation page! and please no level of any plagiarism
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I found these great websites to compare!
https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmicb.2018.00803/full
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/ece3.5228
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/ece3.7579
https://www.mdpi.com/1420-3049/23/8/1986

Final Paper
One paper based on a seminar topic of your choice. It should include a summary of the high points of the seminar, integrated into a broader discussion of the significance of the work based on your literature search. The discussion should contain additional information on the same topic written by other researchers.
The paper is due at least one week after the final talk. No late papers will be accepted, without extenuating reasons. They may be submitted anytime during the semester. (Why not do it early when you are under less time pressure than at the end of the semester?)
The reports must be your original work – not copied from any other source. If anything is cited verbatim, you must use quotations.
At least five pertinent literature references (primary sources) are required; they must be properly listed in a “List of Literature” (bibliography) and must be cited in your paper. Appropriate references are from refereed journals or sites. Items such as Wikipedia or magazine articles are not acceptable.
Grammatical and/or spelling errors will be taken into consideration during grading, so carefully proof read your paper.
There is no required length, but a thorough presentation should be a minimum of five pages.

For this 60 point assignment, it will be as if I asked you to discuss water pollution and told

For this 60 point assignment, it will be as if I asked you to discuss water pollution and told you to have at least a certain number of articles and book chapters available to research the topic. Of course, that is what you need to do. Please create a reading list that includes links to or the actual articles and book chapters. This list will include annotations, which means you need to write a couple of sentences describing the article’s contents for every reference. Of course, these will be in your own words, thus not simply copying the article’s abstract.

The topic is freshwater pollution. Your reading list should have the following sections for your references: Clean Freshwater, Polluted Freshwater, Typical Freshwater Pollutants, and Fixing Freshwater Pollution.

To obtain these references, you must navigate the school’s library databases to locate the articles and links. The point is to get the full published articles or a link to a “free” source. This means, although you may wish to go to “Google” or “Google Scholar” for your references and find them many times, you will not have access to the article. In contrast, if you source it from the school library’s databases, you can usually get a copy.

To get started, on a separate document page, like Word or Pages or the equivalent. Then organize your list and follow the directions below.

Once you have your document set up, go to A-Z Databases at Palm Beach State College: A-Z Databases

The page will open with a listing of all the databases (I did not count them, but there are many), so you need to narrow your selection by selecting the “Science” databases in the “All Subject” tab. By selecting “Science,” only 23 science databases will appear. At the top of the list are databases that the library considers the Best Bets, which may or may not be accurate for a specific topic such as yours. However, you will note that it looks promising that the first two databases are about environmental issues, which probably will have something about freshwater pollution. Also listed are ScienceDirect (Elsevier) and Springer eJournal Collection (Springer) databases that contain numerous biology/ecology journals. One more in the list below the Best Bets, JSTOR, where you see that it has access to over 700 journal titles, usually at least a year or so old.

In the outline below, I have checked out one of the databases, found a reference for a “freshwater pollutant,” added it to my list, and added an annotation. You may include this reference in your list if you wish. Under each of the four topic areas, alphabetize the list. For each topic, you need to provide five references. Under some circumstances, you may find the reference is a book or book chapter, which is also acceptable. Finally, when your document is complete, upload your file to this site and submit it along with copies of all your references. It work better is you can zip or collapse you files before submitting them, which will make them load faster.

Use this outline for your document.

Title: WATER POLLUTION REFERENCES

Your name:

Topics

Clean Freshwater

Polluted Freshwater

Typical Freshwater Pollutants

Goolsby, D.A. and G.M. Clark. 1999. Occurrence and transport of acetochlor in streams of the Mississippi River basin. Journal of Environmental Quality 28(6): 1787. Annotation: The herbicide acetochlor used on corn as a weed killer has been detected in the Mississippi River but usually at levels below allowable public water sources. The results suggest that there need to be longer-term studies to monitor stream concentrations as more acetochlor is used. (You will note this reference is a full-text document, but it is an HTML document. You need to select to “Print” the document, and when it comes to choosing the printer, you want to select “Save as PDF,” which means it will save a copy to your computer, as in this case, Goolsby and Clark 1999. Please remember to submit a copy of each article along with your document list.)

Fixing Freshwater Pollution