Do a PowerPoint only on Orchid cells including the flower it self, leaves, and r

Do a PowerPoint only on Orchid cells including the flower it self, leaves, and roots.
Pictures must be added into PowerPoint along with explanation.
All pictures must show the nucleus, and all cells clearly.
I will upload some of my findings plus dyes used that I used. Please if you have clearer pictures please go ahead and add to PowerPoint.
IF NOT DONE CORRECTLY I WILL NOT PAY.
PLEASE SEE ATTACHED FILE FOR MY FINDINGS. You can always used your own.

Genetic Disorders  Assignment Research: As this is a research assignment, you wi

Genetic Disorders  Assignment
Research: As this is a research assignment, you will be expected to thoroughly research the disorder of your choice. The following information must be included in your research:  Please limit your assignment to 2-3 pages, single spaced  (not including references)
What is the name of your genetic disorder?
How is the genetic disorder inherited? Is it sex-linked or autosomal? What chromosome is affected?
How common is the disorder is the general population?
Is there a particular population most susceptible to inheriting this disease? (ex: males vs. females)
What are the symptoms of the disorder, and how do they affect a person’s normal life?
How is the disorder diagnosed, and what are the available treatment options (if any)?
Works Cited: Please be aware of the plagiarism policies. Do not copy and paste
Disorders to choose from: Choose any one
Cystic Fibrosis
Huntington’s Disease
Down Syndrome
Tay-Sachs Disease
Klinefelter Syndrome Duchenne
Muscular Dystrophy

One of the hardest questions in Evolutionary Biology is “what is a species”. We

One of the hardest questions in Evolutionary Biology is “what is a species”. We will address this issue later … but in this discussion group I’d like you to explore the topic. What is a species? and why would I call it “one of the hardest questions”?

One of the ways to test yourself on your mastery of complex topics is to try to

One of the ways to test yourself on your mastery of complex topics is to try to communicate effectively and succinctly to somebody who has no background in your topic of interest.  You will write a speech to the provided prompt with a brief oral presentation (no longer than three minutes) that you have written as if you were teaching the topic of interest to your 10 year old niece or your 95 year old grandfather.  You are welcome to use diagrams or sketches to help illustrate concepts.
Your prompt is this: Explain what a homeostatic mechanism  is and how it is used to maintain conditions for life within the body, in language that a middle school student can understand.  Specifically address how homeostatic feedback loops are activated in response to changes in two of the major requirements for life of all organisms (water, heat, food, etc).  Ensure that you discuss the difference between a negative and a positive feedback loop and give brief examples of each.  Give a possible explanation for why negative feedback mechanisms are used more within physiological systems than positive feedback loops.  The presentation should be well organized, and last no longer than five minutes.

Please address 2 of the questions following the Case Study for discussion: CASE

Please address 2 of the questions following the Case Study for discussion:
CASE STUDY
A 43-year-old woman is experiencing intermittent colicky-type pain in the right upper quadrant of the abdomen, radiating to the right scapular region. The onset was approximately 1 week earlier. In the last few days, she has had nausea and vomiting, increasing in the last 24 hours. The pain is more severe today, and the emesis is bile colored. Vital signs are the following: temperature, 99.6° F; pulse, 96; respiration, 26; and blood pressure, 144/92 mm Hg. Her skin is warm and dry, slightly jaundiced. The patient is somewhat obese and has been on oral contraceptives for 15 years. Cholelithiasis is suggested. A CT scan of the gallbladder confirms the presence of stones in the gallbladder and also in the common bile duct. Serum bilirubin is elevated. The patient is scheduled for laparoscopic surgery.
Discussion Questions
Explain how gallstones develop.
Which type of person would be most likely to develop gallstones?
Discuss the usual treatment for symptomatic gallstones.
each individual answer must be specifically referenced, USING APA-7 FORMAT, so that the source of the information may be reviewed. APA-7 format is only for referencing and citations and not for structure. For in text citations the format must be as if quotations are used, with specific pages listed. 

Number and answer the following questions with correct grammar and correct answe

Number and answer the following questions with correct grammar and correct answers.
1)    Define a “basal” group and a “sister” group in the context of a phylogenetic tree.
2)    What is convergent evolution? Give an example from the natural world.
3)    Define and give an example of a vestigial structure in an animal.
4)    Choose an invertebrate group and describe three major characteristics of its anatomy.
5)    Define the following terms: coelom, gastrovascular cavity, protostome, deuterostome.
6)    Define epithelium and give an example of epithelial tissue in the animal body. What properties are shared by all types of epithelial tissue?
7)    What are the key characteristics of chordates? Describe each characteristic in 1-2 sentences in your own words.
8)    Why was the amniotic egg important to the evolution of vertebrate life on land?
9)    What is homeostasis and why is it important for animals to maintain it? Give an example of an animal maintaining homeostasis.
10)    Define endothermy and ectothermy and give an example of an animal using each strategy.
11)    If a mouse and a small lizard of the same mass (both at rest) were placed in experimental chambers under identical environmental conditions, which animal would consume oxygen at a higher rate? Explain.

Chief Complaint: 8-year-old girl admitted for severe second- and third-degree bu

Chief Complaint: 8-year-old girl admitted for severe second- and third-degree burns following her rescue from a burning house.
History: A 13-year-old female was transported by ambulance to the emergency room after being rescued from her burning house. She was asleep at night when a spark from the family fireplace started a fire, leaving her trapped in her bedroom. By the time the fire rescue squad arrived, she had suffered severe burns and excessive smoke inhalation.
In the emergency room, the patient was unconscious. She had second-degree burns over 5% of her body and third-degree burns over 15% of her body — both covering her thoracic and abdominal regions and her right elbow. Her vital signs were quite unstable: blood pressure = 55 / 35; heart rate = 210 beats / min.; and respiratory rate = 40 breaths / min. She was quickly deteriorating from circulatory failure. Two IVs were inserted and fluids were administered through each. Her vital signs stabilized and she was transported to the pediatric intensive care unit (ICU).
The patient regained consciousness the following morning, surprisingly complaining of only minor pain over her trunk. Following debridement of her burns and application of a broad-spectrum, topical antibiotic, a plastic epidermal graft was applied over the burned areas. Despite treatment with a broad-spectrum antibiotic, she developed a systemic staphylococcal infection, necessitating a switch to a different antibiotic.
The patient began a long, slow recovery. Her position in bed had to be changed every 2 hours to prevent the formation of decubitus ulcers (i.e. bedsores). She lost 9 pounds over the next 3 weeks, despite nasogastric tube feeding of 5000 calories (“Kcals”) per day. After 9 weeks, sheets of cultured epidermal cells were grafted to her regenerating dermal layer. By the 15th week of her hospitalization, her epidermal graft was complete, and she was back on solid foods, her antibiotics were discontinued, and she was discharged from the hospital with a rehabilitation plan for both physical and occupational therapy at home, as well as twice-weekly visits by a nurse.
Guiding Questions
Answer the questions below for the case study:
1. “First, second and third degree” is one way to classify the severity of burns.  “Partial and full thickness” is another. Relate “partial thickness” and “full thickness” to the structure of the skin, and to the classification scheme of first, second and third degree.  Be specific about the integumentary structures/layers that are affected in each.
2. Why do second and third degree burns lead to prominent scars?  Be specific about the cellular processes that lead to scar tissue development.  Be sure to refer to the layers of skin and cells that are involved in this process and how this differs from repair seen in less invasive injuries.
3. What accessory organs of the integumentary system were affected in this case study?  What are the ongoing deficits that this patient might experience as a result of this damage?
4. The integumentary system is highly affected in this case, but what other organ systems are affected as a result of these injuries?  Please keep your response focused on injuries caused by the burns, not by smoke inhalation. Be specific…..
5. Propose a possible treatment for the patient in this case study.  How does this treatment improve conditions for the patient? Are these improvements seen at the cellular, tissue, organ or systemic level? 

Interoduction Body of the Paper – Part 1 – You need to cover these topics for th

Interoduction
Body of the Paper – Part 1
– You need to cover these topics for the Prairie, Taiga, Boreal Shield and Boreal Plain biomes :
– size, location in Saskatchewan, major communities, major water bodies
– climate (temperature, wind, precipitation, photoperiod)
-geography (landforms, soils, vegetation) and land use (e.g. farming, recreation)
-plants and wildlife unique to the area*
any other interesting facts you find (optional)
*When you are writing about a species, use the common name (e.g. domestic cat) as well as the Latin name (e.g. Felis catus) upon first mention. Note that in the latter case, the first word is capitalized but the second is not, and both words are italicized. Thereafter, it is fine to refer to it using the common name.
Body of the Paper – Part 2
-For this part of the paper, you will write about how the land has changed in the Prairie biome, and how this has affected aboriginal people.
– There are no specific facts or topics to cover for this part of the paper
Links to help research
https://royalsaskmuseum.ca
Requirements:
– 3 other sources of information for your report.
– double-spaced Arial 10 pt, with normal margins. – Add page numbers.
– title
– references page

Interoduction Body of the Paper – Part 1 – You need to cover these topics for th

Interoduction
Body of the Paper – Part 1
– You need to cover these topics for the Prairie, Taiga, Boreal Shield and Boreal Plain biomes :
– size, location in Saskatchewan, major communities, major water bodies
– climate (temperature, wind, precipitation, photoperiod)
-geography (landforms, soils, vegetation) and land use (e.g. farming, recreation)
-plants and wildlife unique to the area*
any other interesting facts you find (optional)
*When you are writing about a species, use the common name (e.g. domestic cat) as well as the Latin name (e.g. Felis catus) upon first mention. Note that in the latter case, the first word is capitalized but the second is not, and both words are italicized. Thereafter, it is fine to refer to it using the common name.
Body of the Paper – Part 2
-For this part of the paper, you will write about how the land has changed in the Prairie biome, and how this has affected aboriginal people.
– There are no specific facts or topics to cover for this part of the paper
Links to help research
https://royalsaskmuseum.ca
Requirements:
– 3 other sources of information for your report.
– double-spaced Arial 10 pt, with normal margins. – Add page numbers.
– title
– references page

Research and answer the following: 1.    Describe the history of Biomimicry as a

Research and answer the following:
1.    Describe the history of Biomimicry as a field of science.
2.    Find and describe 5 examples of adaptations in nature that have been used as inspiration to create a new technology-based product or solution.
3.    There is one person [a woman] that is the most recognized leader in the field of Biomimicry / Bio-Inspired technology. Who is this person and what has she done that is so important?
4.    What region of the world [biome / ecosystem, etc.] is likely to provide the greatest number of innovative insights into the development of Biomimicry?
5.    Describe something you have noticed from nature [organism and adaptation] that might provide a technological solution to a problem