Read an article on isopods and answer questions. It’s a project’s worksheet, answer the basic questions.

WHAT: What do you hope to learn from reading this article?
HOW:
Skim and outline:What is the overall objective of this investigation? Why was the study undertaken?
What did the investigator hope to learn from doing this investigation?

Define unfamiliar terms:What key terms need to be defined before the investigation can be understood and described?

Critically read and question:What points do you hope to emphasize? What points are you unclear about?
What data was collected as part of the investigation?
What is the hypothesis?
What information is contained in each figure?
Describe 2-3 results that explain, support, or refute the hypothesis of the paper
Describe 2-3 conclusions the authors discuss in the paper

Check your understanding and re-readWhere am I confused?
What is the relationship between the data, evidence, and interpretation? Which data make the conclusions convincing?

Synthesize your informationHow does this scientific information relate to your own knowledge and experiences?

How to Grow a Bone?

Why is it so important to understand changes that happen in astronauts’ bones in space?
As the field of regenerative medicine and tissue engineering expands, we grow more and more types of living tissues in the labs. What effect is this going to have on the way we receive medical treatment and the way we see our bodies?
please watch the video first to answer these questions. https://youtu.be/yJoQj5-TIvE

2.4.1 Enzymes Question (need to put in order) (E goes first)

An enzyme-substrate complex is formed, and non-covalent forces bind the substrate molecules to the active site
B. The complementary shape of the enzyme’s active site and the substrates allows them to combine
C. The different shape of the product (as compared to the substrate molecules) allows this molecule to detach from the active site and move away
D. The presence of the substrate molecules in the active site induces changes to the shape of the R groups of the amino acids that make up the active site
E. The substrate molecules and enzyme molecules have kinetic energy, and this causes them to continuously move around randomly.
F. The enzyme will move around randomly again and is free to catalyse another reaction with more substrate molecules of the same type
G. The enzyme catalyses the anabolic reaction, forming a larger product which sits in the active site as an enzyme-product complex
H. Two substrate molecules collide with an enzyme molecule with enough force to be a successful collision.

lab worksheet. easy and straight.

Hello,
Find attached my lab 4 worksheet I need help on it. You will find everything you need in this worksheet. Pleas watch the 2 link provided in the paper before starting so you can got it right. It pretty straight and easy it wont take more than an hour.

discussion question/

This is a graded discussion: 14 points possible
due Oct 14
Maternal and Child Health – Read a Paper Excerpt – Group 1From Fal21_BIOL011_73132No unread replies.22 replies.
We will be reading a paper about disparities in maternal and child health. Before you get started, please watch this video for some background:

For this post, each person in your group will become an expert on one section of the paper:
Beck, A.F., Edwards, E.M., Horbar, J.D. et al. The color of health: how racism, segregation, and inequality affect the health and well-being of preterm infants and their families. (Links to an external site.) Pediatr Res 87, 227–234 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41390-019-0513-6
For your initial post, you are only reading one section for this assignment; however, it may be helpful to read the article abstract (Links to an external site.) to give you a general summary of the study.
Links to each section:
Introduction
Risk Assessment WORKING ON THIS SECTION
Quality of Care
Socioeconomic Disadvantages
Discussion
Post Requirements:This assignment requires two posts, each completed individually.
First Post
Each person in your group will read one of the five sections listed above, selected on a first-come, first-serve basis. It is strongly recommended that you make a placeholder post to avoid multiple students reading and posting about the same section. You may reply to your placeholder post with your responses to the prompts.
Title your post with your chosen section (e.g., Introduction, Risk Assessment, etc.), then answer the following:
Write a 5-6 sentence summary of your section of the article. What were the main takeaways? If you use any vocabulary words, be sure to define them.
Find a line/concept (“golden line”) within your section of the article that you found interesting, resonated with you, or changed your thinking on this topic (you may copy/paste the text into your discussion post). In 2-3 sentences, explain the significance of your selection.
Based on the reading of your section, what are two questions you have? These may be something you need clarification on, technical questions, questions about the diets, methods, or broader questions about the article. Try to avoid posing q

Biology: Choose a topic

Write a topic and replay for other 2 students posts.
Please post in minimum 500 words about your topic. Aspects to cover will depend on your topic, but here are some suggestions:If a disease, what is its cause, how does it manifests, prevalence, risk factors, prevention, treatment etc.
If a type of organism, what is its classification, characteristics, habitat, its role in the ecosystem, any human use (or abuse), importance etc.
If a substance, what is its chemical nature, where is it obtained from (or how is it made), how does it act, its relevance, use etc.
If a procedure, what is it based upon? What is it used for, what is its relevance?

Provide 2 peer-reviewed references or reputable websites. See the CRAAP test
Attach/insert one picture/diagram illustrating your topic.

Protein Purification

The other files that I attached just to help writing and I will also attach a video to watch.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/13nUu2dPxSivCVJERGGFnD-PbmlK9_Qj9/view
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Thank you so much and message me if there’s any confusions.
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Sources:

Citation Style:

3 pages / 825 words (Double spacing)

Answer 4 question

You can add your own thoughts. But it must be ensured that it is not plagiarized in Turnitin
Format:
(1) Single-spaced, (2) Arial/Helvetica 11 pt, (3) 1” margins, and (4) justified.
Each answer should NOT exceed one page. Please be concise; you don’t have to fill the entire page if not necessary.
References and figures are optional and NOT included in page counts.
Include name on every page (top left).

Key Points for Grading:
Comprehensiveness (the breadth and depth of understanding of lecture material)
Logic (quality of reasoning)
Clarity (concise and clear)

Tips:
Organize your thoughts and provide a logical answer with a good flow.
Make your points as direct as possible. Avoid excessive language.
Write simple and clear sentences. Long answers are not necessarily good answers.
Be consistent and accurate with your use of terminology.
Use active, rather than passive, voice. For example, write “diet is a key factor in successful aging,” not “successful aging can be influenced by diet.”
Spell out all acronyms on first reference.

answer question for me related to DNA replication

Question number [point value]
1. [4] Describe two ways by which DNA polymerase ensures that the correct base is added to the growing polynucleotide chain during replication, addressing what these mechanisms have in common, and how they differ. What is the contribution of these mechanisms toward the overall fidelity of DNA replication? (MLO 4.1)
2. [4] Briefly summarize the palm, thumb, and finger domains of DNA polymerase, and explain how they contribute to replication. What is the role of the metal ions in the palm’s activity?(MLO 4.2)
3.[4] What prevents ribonucleotides from being incorporated into the growing DNA strand during replication of the genome? In what aspect of replication are ribonucleotides used?(MLO 4.1

marine bio questions

How are they similar? What are the three major algal phyla? What are the differences between these groups?
Marine algae and plants are important in marine habitats. Discuss three reasons why this is the case. Be sure to include examples to highlight your major points.
Sponges were not always taxonomically placed in the Kingdom Animalia. Why are sponges different from the rest of the animal kingdom? What are the key characteristics for the organisms in the Phylum Porifera? What are the 3 major subgroups, and how are they different?
Lastly, organisms cannot, will not, do not live in isolation. All life depends on other organisms (either directly or indirectly) rely on others for survival. What are the animals that consume sponges? Describe one way sponges contribute to the organism diversity of their habitats (this will require some investigation on your part)? Be sure to use examples in your response.