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*Initial Discussion Topic: Motor Control and the Brain *Directions: Respond to p

*Initial Discussion Topic: Motor Control and the Brain *Directions: Respond to peer’s post. Address topic, cite source if sources used, in APA 7th Edition format, minimum 125 words for each section. *Research section: 125 words min. Responses must add new information not previously discussed. Consider new factual information tied with critical thinking. Share interesting and current research on the topic. *Critical Thinking Section: 125 words min. This section is only for your thoughts/conclusions. This is not research based. Pose new possibilities or opinions not previously voiced. Connect the dots. Why is this an important topic for you, your community, society, or the world? How does it relate to other concepts in the text?

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https://www.microbe.tv/twiv/public-health-with-laurie-garrett/ that is the link

Public Health with Laurie Garrett: Wastewater Testing


that is the link to use for the 2 page summary. this is the only source necessary.
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Discipline: microbiology
I provided the link of the source that needs to be summarized. There’s no other source.

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*Initial Discussion Topic: Language and the Brain *Directions: Respond to peer’s

*Initial Discussion Topic: Language and the Brain *Directions: Respond to peer’s post. Address topic, cite source if sources used, in APA 7th Edition format, minimum 125 words for each section. *Research section: 125 words min. Responses must add new information not previously discussed. Consider new factual information tied with critical thinking. Share interesting and current research on the topic. *Critical Thinking Section: 125 words min. This section is only for your thoughts/conclusions. This is not research based. Pose new possibilities or opinions not previously voiced. Connect the dots. Why is this an important topic for you, your community, society, or the world? How does it relate to other concepts in the text?

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The guidelines for the project are as follows: 1.) For your topic, please conduc

The guidelines for the project are as follows:
1.) For your topic, please conduct a literature survey that identifies the most critical questions/issues that drive current research or the most important unanswered questions for your topic
2.) Select one of the questions/issues related to your topic and address this issue using your knowledge of materials, i.e. design an implant or biomaterial system that would help to address the unanswered question/issue related to your topic.
3.) How would you manufacture the implant? How would you characterize the chemical and physical properties of your implant (i.e., which characterization techniques would you use and why?)
4.) Describe how your implant would specifically address the question/issue that your team selects and how you would determine whether it has the ability to address the issue.
5.) Prepare a 1-2 page project component that provides a description of an educational module (based on your topic area) that your team could develop for use in K-12 educational outreach.
Please address these questions in a 9-12 page essay which includes the following sections:
Abstract, Introduction (with critical issues identified), Problem statement (which issue will your team focus on and why you selected it), Implant Design section, Manufacturing, Characterization, Analysis, Conclusions. Each of the above guideline sections will be worth 10 points.
Minimum requirements – 20 references

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All the instructions are in the criteria C task sheet including the grading scal

All the instructions are in the criteria C task sheet including the grading scale as well as the instructions for the task linked in the additional materials. Reaching the 7-8 criteria would be the goal.
p.s I have also linked another document that has different environmental databases to collect data from.
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for the amount of sources i put down which was 6, there isnt really a specific amount of sources required so if they want to put more or less, they can do so as long as the assigment meets the 7-8 rubric.

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The guidelines for the project are as follows: 1.) For your topic, please conduc

The guidelines for the project are as follows:
1.) For your topic, please conduct a literature survey that identifies the most critical questions/issues that drive current research or the most important unanswered questions for your topic
2.) Select one of the questions/issues related to your topic and address this issue using your knowledge of materials, i.e. design an implant or biomaterial system that would help to address the unanswered question/issue related to your topic.
3.) How would you manufacture the implant? How would you characterize the chemical and physical properties of your implant (i.e., which characterization techniques would you use and why?)
4.) Describe how your implant would specifically address the question/issue that your team selects and how you would determine whether it has the ability to address the issue.
5.) Prepare a 1-2 page project component that provides a description of an educational module (based on your topic area) that your team could develop for use in K-12 educational outreach.
Please address these questions in a 9-12 page essay which includes the following sections:
Abstract, Introduction (with critical issues identified), Problem statement (which issue will your team focus on and why you selected it), Implant Design section, Manufacturing, Characterization, Analysis, Conclusions. Each of the above guideline sections will be worth 10 points.
Minimum requirements – 20 references

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What is the action of the enzyme over the energy of activation ?____________________________

please answer the following question using the best of your knowledge.
1) What is a energy of activation ? What is the action of the enzyme over the energy of activation ?____________________________
2) Please name the 6 types of enzymes. Please explain 3 of them. ___________________________________.
3) Please name the differences between competitive and noncompetitive inhibition _________________________
4) Please name the optimal conditions, and its values, for the action of the enzyme amylase __________________________.
5) – Enzymes are:
a) Are proteins.
b) Lower required activation energy
c) Speed up biological chemical reactions.
d) All of the above.
6) What is aerobic cellular respiration? What is the definition of reactants and products?
7) What is anabolism and catabolism? Please give examples.
_________________ allows exergonic redox reactions to produce ATP by oxidative phosphorylation.
8) An organism that can live with or without oxygen is _________________
9) Where in the cell takes place the Krebs cycle ? ______________________

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What is the definition of reactants and products?

please answer the following question using the best of your knowledge.
1) What is a energy of activation ? What is the action of the enzyme over the energy of activation ?____________________________
2) Please name the 6 types of enzymes. Please explain 3 of them. ___________________________________.
3) Please name the differences between competitive and noncompetitive inhibition _________________________
4) Please name the optimal conditions, and its values, for the action of the enzyme amylase __________________________.
5) – Enzymes are:
a) Are proteins.
b) Lower required activation energy
c) Speed up biological chemical reactions.
d) All of the above.
6) What is aerobic cellular respiration? What is the definition of reactants and products?
7) What is anabolism and catabolism? Please give examples.
_________________ allows exergonic redox reactions to produce ATP by oxidative phosphorylation.
8) An organism that can live with or without oxygen is _________________
9) Where in the cell takes place the Krebs cycle ? ______________________

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Hi. this report from our lab result it is instruction is many but you have to to write question answers using my lab result

hi. this report from our lab result it is instruction is many but you have to to write question answers using my lab result
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Discipline: Microbiology
last photo are my lab result . from using this result writer has to write infection, sign symtom fro using sites

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Explain what a type i hypersensitivity is, how ige antibodies are involved, and then connect this back to explain why desensitization can help reduce these hypersensitivities.

Study sources
The recommended reading for this week should be the main source you need. That is:
Open Educational ResourcesOpenStax Microbiology
Chapter 17: Innate Nonspecific Host Defenses (https://openstax.org/books/microbiology/pages/17-introduction)
Chapter 18: Adaptive Specific Host Defenses (https://openstax.org/books/microbiology/pages/18-introduction)
Libre Texts Biology 11.7B: Antibody genes and diversity (https://bio.libretexts.org/Bookshelves/Microbiology/Book%3A_Microbiology_(Boundless)/11%3A_Immunology/11.07%3A_Antibodies/11.7B%3A_Antibody_Genes_and_Diversity)
Chapter 19: Diseases of the Immune System (https://openstax.org/books/microbiology/pages/19-introduction)
There may be specific questions/topics you want to do an internet search for and by now you should feel confident to identify trustworthy sources. I am always happy to help if you need more recommendations for sources or advice on whether a source is trustworthy.
Instructions
As always, all work must be your own, and any material copied from another source must be clearly identified and the source cited.
1. Concept map of the human immune system
Concept maps are diagrams that connect sets of nouns via arrows labelled with verbs or verb phrases (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Concept_map)
Create your own concept map of the innate immune response OR the adaptive immune response.
Include at least 20 relevant nouns/noun phrases (e.g. B-cell, macrophage, antigen)
Below is an example of a small section of a possible immune system concept map, so that you know what sort of thing to aim for (Attached in the additional materials section)
2. Zoom in on some immune system elements
Pick 3 of the nouns from your concept map, created in 1 (above). For each one provide at least 5 sentences or an original diagram, explaining what it is, and how it contributes to the human immune response to pathogens.
3. What’s happening during the immune response
Study the imagined graph of pathogen abundance over time, for a typical human-pathogen interaction (attached in the additional materials section). Then answer the questions below.
A – What would be different about the graph if this person lacked the ability to produce plasma cells, and why?
B – In at least 5 sentences, or an original diagram, what causes the pathogen level to drop and reduce to zero during the primary infection phase?
4. Antibody variability
The human genome encodes roughly 25,000 proteins, yet the B-cells of the average person have receptors capable of recognizing over 100 million different epitopes.
Using at least 5 sentences or an original diagram summarize the way that B-cell receptor/antibody variability is generated in an immature B-cell.
5. Immune disorders
Type I hypersensitivies can sometimes be cured by desensitization. In this process a patient is given very dilute doses of the allergen over months, allowing them to build up plasma cells to produce IgG antibodies. The IgG antibodies are then able to coat the allergen and stop it from binding to IgE antibodies elsewhere in the body.
Explain what a Type I Hypersensitivity is, how IgE antibodies are involved, and then connect this back to explain why desensitization can help reduce these hypersensitivities.
Use at least 5 sentences in your own words or an original diagram.