Hi! This is a Lab assignment on cellular respiration. I will upload all the reso

Hi! This is a Lab assignment on cellular respiration. I will upload all the resources necessary to complete this lab. Please, disregard the answers a gave as I don’t know if they are correct. Thank you. The material include a brief introduction of cellular respiration and then and test is performed. I will also attached 2 pictures with the initial colors of the tubes and then after 45 minutes.

Prompt: Explain the cultural and social issues examined in the following media: 

Prompt: Explain the cultural and social issues examined in the following media:  1) Dare to Dream: The Story of the US Women’s Soccer Team (2005 film)  2) Love and Basketball (2000 film)  3) Readings #1-10.  How have the films responded to and promoted progress in the feminist movements? Incorporate examples from the readings.
– I will attach the 10 readings below. Most of the readings are in relation to the Films. The essay should primarily be focused around the films with supporting examples from the readings. For the films, you can find them in full length online on certain websites or you can read about them.  -750 words double spaced (3 pages)

Biology 100 This is Exam 1 Part B. It is made up of 50 multiple choice questions

Biology 100
This is Exam 1 Part B. It is made up of 50 multiple choice questions based on content from Ch. 1, 4, & 5. You will only have 1 attempt to complete part B portion of the exam. This portion of the exam is timed for 2 hours.
The book: Essentials of Biology
Edition: 6th
Author:Sylvia Mader

INTRUCTIONS – PLEASE USED THE ARTICLE UPLOADED BELOW Content  TITLE SLIDE. Inc

INTRUCTIONS – PLEASE USED THE ARTICLE UPLOADED BELOW
Content 
TITLE SLIDE. Include Title of the presentation,
Authors, Affiliations
·  INTRODUCTION. The first 1 or 2 slides should introduce the subject to the audience. Briefly (you only have 20 minutes) give a concise background.Explicitly state the question(s) addressed in
the paper. Start with the “big picture” and then address how the paper fits in the big picture. State your major conclusions. A key difference of a talk versus a paper is that you should state your major conclusion(s) up front.
·  METHODS. There
should be 1 or 2 methods slides that allow the audience to understand how the experiment was conducted. You might include a flow chart describing the experiment. Do not put in details that might be appropriate in writing a paper. For example, “the biophysical properties of N +
RNA condensates were examined by fluorescence ……” NOT: For immunofluorescence,
U2OS cells were cultured on eight-well chamber slides (iBidi, 80827) in DMEM supplemented with 10% fetal bovine serum (FBS) and Antibiotic–Antimycotic (Thermofisher, 15240062). After treatments of the cells as indicated, cells were fixed with 4% PFA in PBS and permeabilized with 0.2% Triton X-100…….”
·  RESULTS. Show figures that clearly illustrate the major results. All figures should
be clearly labeled. When showing figures, be sure to explain the figure axes before you talk about the data (e.g., “the X axis shows time. The Yaxis shows relative fluorescence”).
·  DISCUSSION (Conclusions). List the conclusions in clear, easy to understand language. Also,
orally give one or two sentences about what this means (your interpretation) in the big picture and some future directions.
·    CRITIQUE.
End your presentation with at least two or three major things for further discussion. These should consist of items like: what might be improved in the study, additional experiments that you think might be appropriate (better?), and general issues about importance of the paper. You are preparing the audience for questions and discussion.
·  Provide citations for all material that is not your original contribution.
Presentation
·      Control for time, no more slides than the minutes allowed for the presentation (e.g. 20 slides for a 20 minute presentation), butless is better!
·  Avoid jargon
·  Construct all slides in “landscape” orientation
· Slides should have large fonts and minimal clutter. Do not use transition fades, bouncing text, or swooshing noises
· Use sans serif fonts (Arial, Helvetica, andCalibri)
· Use the approach “What are you going to tell them, tell them, and the tell them what you told them”

Assignment Instructions: Part 1: Justify the use of Model Systems for investigat

Assignment Instructions:
Part 1: Justify the use of Model Systems for investigating gene function
Write an introductory paragraph explaining why model systems will be used to investigate the function of the human GATOR gene (15 points).
Part 2: Investigate the function of the GATOR gene using 3 different models systems.
Propose 2 or more experiments for each model system. (homologs of GATOR are present in all model systems that we have discussed in class as well as any other model system you choose to use).
Include  2-4 paragraphs describing experiments that you have proposed for each model system (20 points for each model system = 60 total).
For each model system, briefly describe a plan of action if the proposed experiments fail. These 1-2 paragraphs should including a brief description of alternative experimental approaches.
Part 3: Summarize the goal of the proposal
Write a concluding paragraph summarizing what you hope to accomplished by performing the proposed experiments (25 points).

Assignment #2 (Minimum 200 words; maximum 350) Using PubMed, find a paper that

Assignment #2 (Minimum 200 words; maximum 350)
Using PubMed, find a paper that relates to the topic you chose for assignment #1(see assignment 1 below)  Write a paragraph that briefly summarizes the results of the study and how it relates to the previous topic you have chosen (if applicable); include your thoughts on the subject. Use 12 point, DOUBLE space paragraph, block format (NO INDENTATION).
Be sure to spell check your paragraph and use proper grammar, and punctuation.
assignment 1:
Why do bones bend but not break.
Bones allow us to live and support things through out our entire lives that as stated in the article, bridges and airplane wings could not sustain periods of time and stress as our bones in the body. Muscles prevent failure by controlling where high stress occurs. “It is the amount of energy that can be absorbed before it breaks that defines a bone’s resistance to fracture” (Burr, 2011). Rats and mice have homogenous bones, because they have bones that are not subjected to large loads and their species has not been for decades. Due to bipedalism, our bodies have adapted over time to take on stress in bones via the help of the muscular system. Micro damage or very small cracks occur in bone that allow it to release energy which high drama would cause the bone to fail. These micro cracks allow the bones to stay strong and continue to function daily. The bones need to have an equilibrium of cracks and repair in order to be most successful at function. The muscles in our body dissipate energy for our bones at a variety of levels. The muscles minimize damage and prevent fractures and this is why our bones don’t break but bend, it’s all about energy.
Burr DB. Why bones bend but don’t break. J Musculoskelet Neuronal Interact. 2011 Dec;11(4):270-85. PMID: 22130136.

write a grant proposal on the hypothesis below using the 3 references given. You

write a grant proposal on the hypothesis below using the 3 references given.
Your paper should have no more than 1050 (minimum of 1000) words and will be divided into an Introduction, Methods, and Discussion.
You will be graded on your choice of question, methods, and the overall presentation of your study and data. You will be graded severely on your writing. You must have correct spelling, good grammar and style. Remember, one paragraph, one idea. What do I mean by “style”? Read a style guide. There are many short, good ones out there. No quotations allowed. References must be presented in the format found in Animal Behaviour. Papers with improper referencing formats will be marked down one letter grade.
Hypothesis:
Does predation risk costs affect foraging of prey animals?
My hypothesis is that avoidance behavior will occur causing a decrease in foraging when white tail deer perceive the presence of wolves.
I will test this prediction utilizing food plots and cameras to observe white tailed deer and their avoidance to foraging when urine of wolves is present.
Animal:
Odocoileus virginianus
White tail deer
References:
Osada, K., Miyazono, S., & Kashiwayanagi, M. (1AD, January 1). The scent of wolves: Pyrazine analogs induce avoidance and vigilance behaviors in prey. Frontiers. Retrieved November 7, 2021, from https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnins.2015.00363/ full.Â
Osada, K., Miyazono, S., & Kashiwayanagi, M. (2014, August 14). Pyrazine analogs are active components of wolf urine that induce avoidance and fear-related behaviors in deer. Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience. Retrieved November 7, 2021, from https:// www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4132518/.Â
The ecological relationship of gray wolves and white-tailed deer in Minnesota: International Wolf Center. International Wolf Center | Teaching the World about Wolves. (2019, October 16). Retrieved November 10, 2021, from https://wolf.org/the-ecological-relationship-of-gray-wolves-and-white-tailed-deer-in-minnesota/.Â

There are 6 questions total; the answers are in the attached textbook as well as

There are 6 questions total; the answers are in the attached textbook as well as a research paper. This assignment requires extensive analysis and in-depth answers. The number of lines in the answers should be proportional to the amount of marks that the question is worth. For example, a question worth 6 marks should have 6 sentences minimum; the more research and analysis, the better. Please complete this in APA7 format.

Here is the Word document that contains the homework assignment focused on the c

Here is the Word document that contains the homework assignment focused on the creation and interpretation of graphs typically used to represent Epidemiology data.
For the creation of graphs, you will either need to copy your Excel graph onto the Word document (after creating the graph in Excel), or submit the original Excel document that you use to create your graph with the graph clearly showing, or submit a scan or picture of the graphs if you choose to print out the graph paper provided here and draw the graphs by hand.

Assignment: Mammal and Regeneration Perform a literature search for the terms ‘mammal’ and ‘regeneration’. Identify and discuss five different mammalian species that display some form of epimorphic regeneration.

Assignment: Mammal and Regeneration
Perform a literature search for the terms ‘mammal’ and ‘regeneration’. Identify and discuss five different mammalian species that display some form of epimorphic regeneration.
Assignment Directions:
1. Identify five different mammalian species.
2. Describe what tissues regenerate. (10 points total; 2 points for each description)
3. Discuss if you believe that each of these mammals use the same or a different mechanism to regenerate tissues?