Prediction of Pulmonary Disorders in Select

Physiology respiratory lab report.
Look at the data entry (provided) to find a hypothesis.
Example: Respiratory volume capacity is higher in males than females. (based on a gender)
some time a hypothesis based on weight high and different categories ,some people smoke so it will be different as well . you can look at the data to see more.
based on a data collected prove why capacity of male higher than female.
A lab report make sure have a title , abstract, introduction material/method, result , discussion, work cited(peer review source)
you can a data in the file I attched that is my group record.
and the excel file is a data entry for the class.
You can look at the lab report instruction in the file I attached.
I also attached a lab sample for you to look at .
let me know if you have any question

Alligator mississippiensis

For this assignment, you will use the “species” you chose for the Week 1 Mini-Presentation.
Assignment Instructions: Your Annotated Bibliography will include an APA-formatted reference, summary, and evaluation of two of the source articles you will use for your Outline and Final Presentation.

Advanced A&P

Make a detailed answer to each question.
I have attached the assignment as a file. Answer each question in the assignment with your words. Do not quote sources.


Question 1: Development of the Theory of Evolution (25 points)
Describe Darwin’s theory of evolution and the history of its development. Include in your answer:
a. an historical framework for Darwin’s theory by describing the contributions of each of the following:
Scheuchzer, Buffon, Smith, Lyell, Cuvier, Malthus, Wallace, Lamarck, Linnaeus, Hutton, Spallanzani, Pasteur.
A few sentences about each, addressed in any order, are sufficient.
b. a formal definition of Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection
c. a descriiption of stabilizing selection, directional selection, disruptive selection and character displacement
Question 2: Genetic Variation (25 points)
Describe the nature of genes and genomes, the phenotypic differences that can occur in multigene, allelic systems and the role of gene
frequencies as “forces of evolution”. Include in your answer:
a. a summary of the “central dogma” and a descriiption of the relationships between DNA, RNA and protein
b. a descriiption of genomes, alleles, genotypes and phenotypes
c. a descriiption of the differences between Mendelian genetics and population genetics and the forces that can act to change
gene frequencies
For references, please follow this instruction
Immediately following the essay, two lines below the last line of your essay, list all sources used in writing your essay to answer the
question. Do not use in-text citations and do not use footnotes. Simply list your sources in this “References” section. You must have
a References section with at least five references which you have used in preparing your answers: the course website, the textbook,
and at least three additional sources. If you do not include a References section, you will lose 10 points (2 points for each missing
source). Be sure to include the References section with your submission to Turnitin. If you forget, you are able to re-submit with the
References section included until the deadline, but not after.


Question 1: Micro- versus Macroevolution (25 points)
Differentiate between microevolution and macroevolution and describe causes of macroevolutionary events. Include in your answer:
a. definitions of micro- and macroevolution
b. the types of mutations that lead to microevolution
c. the types of mutations that would lead to major changes in structure and physiology
d. the role of continental drift as evidenced by ratites, Cynognathus and Lystrosaurus
e. the role of mass extinctions to macroevolution dynamics
Question 2: Hawaiian Honeycreepers (25 points)
Describe the origin and diversification of Hawaiian honeycreepers. Include in your answer:
a. the origin of honeycreepers from ancestral stocks
b. definitions of evolution, divergence, natural selection, fitness and adaptation
c. a descriiption of the geologic sequence of island formation and the molecular clock that was used to correlate speciation and
island formation
d. the selective pressures that have caused population declines and extinctions.

bread mold experiment lab report

to see which moisture levels affect the growth of mold on white bread, and applying the scientific
method. ( I will attach an outline)
The experiment will focus on how moisture influences the growth of mold, and it was conducted on samples of white bread and the growth of mold that is determined by percent cover. To do this experiment, I will divide into 3 groups: bread only, two treatment levels of 5ml and 10ml absorbed into bread. In order to get accurate results, I will multiply each treatment, and put them into different ziplock bags. The percent cover of mold on the samples of white bread with varying moisture levels was collected over a seven day period.

virus structure & stability

During the 2015 Ebola outbreak, there was considerable discussion in the press about the possibility of mutations to create airborne virus. Each of you should find one article or website that mentions this, read it, and answer the following both in our in-class discussion and in writing. Please be sure to include the reference/link for the article you read in your written assignment.

Module 11 Discussion – Future of Medicine

Genetic engineering has become a part of our culture, and it is difficult to tell the difference between unmodified and genetically modified food sources, such as plants and animals. After reading this module’s material regarding vectors in biotechnology, consider the potential for nanotechnology and gene therapy.
For your initial discussion post, research nanotechnology and its potential use in biotechnology. Explain the potential advantages and disadvantages of nanotechnology in healthcare and discuss whether you would or would not support further research.


Step 1: All of the questions for the week are in a single Discussion post – you need to provide a short a succinct answer to each of my questions. Be brief and accurate using ~3-4 sentences for each answer, although longer is fine if needed. Number each of your answers to match my numbered questions; week 1 question 1 is 1.1, week 1 question 2 is 1.2, etc. You will not receive credit if you copy the answers directly from the textbook or from another student, including a shared internet resource – write the answers in your own words.
Step 2: Choose one of my questions to write a follow-up question to and include your question at the bottom of this same post “My follow-up question to RLM question 1.1 is:…” ierarchical Organization of Protein Structure
Q3.1 – Describe the properties of an amphipathic alpha helix and identify numbered amino acids in a dodecamer polypeptide that contribute to the chemical properties of this secondary protein structure (see the amphipathic alpha helix described in chapter 4). Where are amphipathic alpha helices found in a globular cytosolic protein?
Mechanisms of Protein Folding
Q3.2 – In the Anfinsen protein folding experiment, removing urea and BME at the same time led to functional refolding of the protein. Explain why removing BME without removing urea leads to a nonfunctional enzyme. Why does adding small amounts of BME alone to the solution with the nonfunctional enzyme “rescue” the function?