Learning Goal: I’m working on a anatomy question and need an explanation and ans

Learning Goal: I’m working on a anatomy question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Hi everyone i need your help in this lab assignment see the par D and lab question and task questionssee the file attched and tell me if you have any questions i will provide you with more data

10. WHAT IS “GATING CURRENT”, HOW IS IT MEASURED, AND WHAT HAS IT REVEALED? TERM

10. WHAT IS “GATING CURRENT”, HOW IS IT MEASURED, AND WHAT HAS IT REVEALED? TERM PAPER GUIDELINESPLEASE SUBMIT AN E-COPY (BY EMAIL TO ME) Much more important than detailed format is making sure you clearly describe the key concepts that underlie your chosen topic. But the following guidelInes may be useful.1. Put the exact title of your topic on the first page NOT a paraphrase.2. Use drawings, pictures, diagrams, graphs and equations to explain the key ideas.3. All your diagrams, graphs etc must have a legend underneath written in your own words that explain everything in the diagram, graphs etc. Label key parts of the diagram and refer to the labels in the legend, or, if the diagram is already labelled, explain the existing labels. If possible locate the diagram in the body of your text, approximately where it belongs, not at the end. You should include references to all sources, including my lecture Notes, with enough information to locate the exact source. You may use any format you choose, but the easiest way is to collect all the references at the end and refer to your list (eg by number or author name/year, URL etc) at the appropriate place in the text.4. It’s usually best to divide the paper into sections with SUITABLE HEADINGS. However I do not require any particular format.5. Make sure you include all ideas relevant to your topic, and no irrelevant concepts or information. In some cases the topic may require you first present a general overview then that you focus on one particular aspect. Make clear which sections are general and which are particular. The length of the paper depends on the topic. Some topics (especially the more quantitative) can be covered in a few pages (eg 3) others require more extensive detailed factual information. But do not includeirrelevent information.6. Try to read the relevant chapters in SEVERAL neuroscience texts (eg at the HSC or Melville libraries), as well as general reviews. Detailed reseach papers are usually too technical and specialised to be helpful, though often the introductory section is useful , and also the discussion. Wikipedia is acceptable (but check to see if several different artciles relate to your topic, not just one), Scholarpedia is better. But above all, try to understand the relevant concepts yourself, rather than simply quoting sections from your sources. If there are issues you suspect are important but you don’t fully understand, SAY SO, don’t try to guess or bluff. Knowing what you don’t know is even more important than knowing what you do! Please make sure you understand your own figures: if there are parts of the figures you do not understand, say so. The overall aim is to make your final revised version as good as possible, and rough ends in the first draft are ok but should be marked as such.

Hello, so I have an online timed homework assignment for anatomy and I need a sk

Hello, so I have an online timed homework assignment for anatomy and I need a skilled tutor who will be available via online chat on Friday, October 1st. The assignment is at 5:00pm (EST U.S time) on that day and will be 70 minutes (1 hour and 10 mins) long. There will be 25 multiple choice questions that you need to complete in the 70 minutes time frame. The topics include: body movements and positions (different motions, sections, planes, flexing, rotation), human body tissues, the skeletal system, articular system (human joints), and muscular system.

10. What is “gating current”, how is it measured, and what has it revealed? Term

10. What is “gating current”, how is it measured, and what has it revealed? Term Paper GuidelinesPLEASE SUBMIT AN E-COPY (BY EMAIL TO ME) Much more important than detailed format is making sure you clearly describe the key concepts that underlie your chosen topic. But the following guidelInes may be useful.1. Put the exact title of your topic on the first page NOT a paraphrase.2. Use drawings, pictures, diagrams, graphs and equations to explain the key ideas.3. All your diagrams, graphs etc must have a legend underneath written in your own words that explain everything in the diagram, graphs etc. Label key parts of the diagram and refer to the labels in the legend, or, if the diagram is already labelled, explain the existing labels. If possible locate the diagram in the body of your text, approximately where it belongs, not at the end. You should include references to all sources, including my lecture Notes, with enough information to locate the exact source. You may use any format you choose, but the easiest way is to collect all the references at the end and refer to your list (eg by number or author name/year, URL etc) at the appropriate place in the text.4. It’s usually best to divide the paper into sections with SUITABLE HEADINGS. However I do not require any particular format.5. Make sure you include all ideas relevant to your topic, and no irrelevant concepts or information. In some cases the topic may require you first present a general overview then that you focus on one particular aspect. Make clear which sections are general and which are particular. The length of the paper depends on the topic. Some topics (especially the more quantitative) can be covered in a few pages (eg 3) others require more extensive detailed factual information. But do not includeirrelevent information.6. Try to read the relevant chapters in SEVERAL neuroscience texts (eg at the HSC or Melville libraries), as well as general reviews. Detailed reseach papers are usually too technical and specialised to be helpful, though often the introductory section is useful , and also the discussion. Wikipedia is acceptable (but check to see if several different artciles relate to your topic, not just one), Scholarpedia is better. But above all, try to understand the relevant concepts yourself, rather than simply quoting sections from your sources. If there are issues you suspect are important but you don’t fully understand, SAY SO, don’t try to guess or bluff. Knowing what you don’t know is even more important than knowing what you do! Please make sure you understand your own figures: if there are parts of the figures you do not understand, say so. The overall aim is to make your final revised version as good as possible, and rough ends in the first draft are ok but should be marked as such.