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1. In relation to genetic variation characteristics of Influenza virus a) Descri

1. In relation to genetic variation characteristics of Influenza virus
a) Describe the difficulties this poses for public protection by vaccination (50%)
b) Explain using examples, how the altered pathogenesis of newly emerging strains impactsh uman disease (50%)
3. Using specific examples,
a) Explain how essential biochemical processes in the bacterial cell are inhibited ord isrupted by antibiotics. (80 %)
b) Discuss what makes an appropriate molecular target for an antibiotic as an anti-infective drug. (20%

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Pls answe any 2 questions from these. Section B: Immunology Answer two questions

Pls answe any 2 questions from these.
Section B: Immunology
Answer two questions from this section.
4. Compare and contrast the response of dendritic cells and macrophages to danger signals.
5. Compare and contrast the activation of B and T cells.
6. Compare and contrast the function of B cell antibody classes and T cell subtypes.

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Ethical considerations for germline genome editing Describe a potential “slipper

Ethical considerations for germline genome editing
Describe a potential “slippery slope” scenario as an argument against germline genome editing. At which point, if any, does this argument fail?

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It’s of biology u can know more about reproduction. So make sure to see it and i

It’s of biology u can know more about reproduction. So make sure to see it and if u have any doubt call me 7338068898

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InstructionsEcologyThis unit is about ecology, the study of the interaction bet

InstructionsEcologyThis unit is about ecology, the study of the interaction between living species. As we discussed in the unit lesson, all species are dependent on one another—even trees need birds to eat the insects that want to devour the trees. Some trees, like oaks, need squirrels to plant their acorns. Consequently, when you study a species in the Red List for this assignment, be aware that somewhere along the line, this species is important.Materials Needed:
Unit V Assignment Worksheet
A computer with Internet access
Directions:
Click on https://www.iucnredlist.org (or copy and paste the URL into your browser) to go to the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species website. Take a moment to peruse the website. Scroll down and look at a few of the animals and the news articles.
Next, you will search for and select a species that falls into one of the following categories: Near Threatened (NT), Vulnerable (VU), Endangered (EN) or Critically Endangered (CR).
Search instructions:Start by clicking ‘Advanced’ (located next to the search field at the top of the page).

At the Advanced Search page, on the left side of the screen, scroll down and click the ‘Red List Category’ dropdown menu; select CR, EN, VU and NT or LR/nt. You may select only one of these if you choose. Selecting all of them will yield more results. DO NOT select LC, DD, EX, EW or LR/cd. Doing so will result in substantial point deductions.
After selecting the categories, click the ‘Land Regions’ dropdown menu and select ‘North America’. If you would like to select another region, feel free to do so.
With these parameters selected, you should see many organisms to choose from. Scroll through and find one that interests you and answer the questions below.
OTHER NOTES
Sheet and study guide attached

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Week 4 In addition to being essential within living organisms, enzymes are also

Week 4
In addition to being essential within living organisms, enzymes are also used in many of the products we use! Check your cleaning supplies at home, do any of them list enzymes on the ingredient list? If so, does it say which type of enzyme? Do any of the other products you use contain enzymes? What type of enzymes are used in industry? Which enzymes are found in the food we eat?
Personal Response: You must post a personal response to the discussion. After doing some research, choose and describe one enzyme that is used in cleaning products, other products, industrial procedures or that is found in food. Explain how this enzyme is used. What is the substrate in the enzyme-facilitated chemical reaction? And what is the product(s) in the enzyme-facilitated chemical reaction? Remember that a chemical reaction converts one or more substrates to one or more products, and that most enzymes are substrate specific. When looking for enzymes remember that their names end with -ase! Your personal response must be a minimum of 150 words (more is OK) and must address each of the components stated in the prompt. If any sources for are consulted for the preparation of the personal response or if any material is quoted or referenced in the response, citations (in APA format) for the sources must be included at the end of the personal response.
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Week 5
The year 2017 marked the 40th anniversary of DNA sequencing technology (https://www.nature.com/articles/nature24286). DNA sequencing has helped us solve crimes, identify and treat diseases, and understand the relationships between organisms and groups of organisms in ways that would have been unimaginable a generation ago.
Personal Response: You must post a personal response to the discussion. For this discussion, please find and summarize a specific example of the use DNA sequencing technology to solve a case, or problem, or to advance our understanding of a specific issue. The key here is SPECIFIC! Please don’t post a response in which you discuss this in general terms. Find and discuss a SPECIFIC example. Your personal response must be a minimum of 150 words (more is OK) and must address all of the components stated in the prompt. If any sources are consulted for the preparation of the personal response or if any material is quoted or referenced in the response, citations (in APA format) for the sources must be included at the end of the personal response.

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Week 4 In addition to being essential within living organisms, enzymes are also

Week 4
In addition to being essential within living organisms, enzymes are also used in many of the products we use! Check your cleaning supplies at home, do any of them list enzymes on the ingredient list? If so, does it say which type of enzyme? Do any of the other products you use contain enzymes? What type of enzymes are used in industry? Which enzymes are found in the food we eat?
Personal Response: You must post a personal response to the discussion. After doing some research, choose and describe one enzyme that is used in cleaning products, other products, industrial procedures or that is found in food. Explain how this enzyme is used. What is the substrate in the enzyme-facilitated chemical reaction? And what is the product(s) in the enzyme-facilitated chemical reaction? Remember that a chemical reaction converts one or more substrates to one or more products, and that most enzymes are substrate specific. When looking for enzymes remember that their names end with -ase! Your personal response must be a minimum of 150 words (more is OK) and must address each of the components stated in the prompt. If any sources for are consulted for the preparation of the personal response or if any material is quoted or referenced in the response, citations (in APA format) for the sources must be included at the end of the personal response.
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Week 5
The year 2017 marked the 40th anniversary of DNA sequencing technology (https://www.nature.com/articles/nature24286). DNA sequencing has helped us solve crimes, identify and treat diseases, and understand the relationships between organisms and groups of organisms in ways that would have been unimaginable a generation ago.
Personal Response: You must post a personal response to the discussion. For this discussion, please find and summarize a specific example of the use DNA sequencing technology to solve a case, or problem, or to advance our understanding of a specific issue. The key here is SPECIFIC! Please don’t post a response in which you discuss this in general terms. Find and discuss a SPECIFIC example. Your personal response must be a minimum of 150 words (more is OK) and must address all of the components stated in the prompt. If any sources are consulted for the preparation of the personal response or if any material is quoted or referenced in the response, citations (in APA format) for the sources must be included at the end of the personal response.

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based on the materials, answer these two questions materials link:https://medlin

based on the materials, answer these two questions
materials link:https://medlineplus.gov/genetics/understanding/#tr…
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK447275/
1. Heritable Germline Editing and the issues with the first CRISPR Babies: The announcement of the birth of the first CRISPR-edited human babies born sparked a world-wide outcry. Based on the material this week, was this warranted? Why or why not? Support your arguments with material from Human Genome Editing: Ethics and Governance, and draw from the scientific presentation of CRISPR. (300words)
2. Bioethics of the He controversy: Based on the 4 principles of biomedical ethics (autonomy, non-maleficence, beneficence and justice), where did He specifically fail? If there are more than one principles that failed, which was the worst, or are they all equivalent? ( 300words)

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based on the materials, answer these two questions materials link:https://medlin

based on the materials, answer these two questions
materials link:https://medlineplus.gov/genetics/understanding/#tr…
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK447275/
1. Heritable Germline Editing and the issues with the first CRISPR Babies: The announcement of the birth of the first CRISPR-edited human babies born sparked a world-wide outcry. Based on the material this week, was this warranted? Why or why not? Support your arguments with material from Human Genome Editing: Ethics and Governance, and draw from the scientific presentation of CRISPR. (300words)
2. Bioethics of the He controversy: Based on the 4 principles of biomedical ethics (autonomy, non-maleficence, beneficence and justice), where did He specifically fail? If there are more than one principles that failed, which was the worst, or are they all equivalent? ( 300words)

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1. What are the four bases that make up the code for DNA?A. T, A, G, and C B. T,

1. What are the four bases that make up the code for DNA?A. T, A, G, and C
B. T, A, D, and F
C. T, E, C, and H
D. T, A, G, and E
2. Where does photosynthesis take place?A. Nucleus
B. Vacuole
C. Chloroplasts/chlorophyll
D. Mitochondria
3. DNA code tells the cell how to make…A. Glucose
B. Oxygen
C. Protein
D. Blood
9. Animal cells have…A. Nucleus
B. Cytoplasm
C. Chloroplast
D. Mitochondria
E. Cell wall
10. Animals without backbones are called vertebrates. A. True
B. False