Answer the following questions and save your responses in a Microsoft Word docum

Answer the following questions and save your responses in a Microsoft Word document. Provide a scholarly resource in APA format to support your answers.
Differentiate between anatomy and physiology.
Explain the characteristics of life.
What is homeostasis and why is it important?
Explain what happens in negative feedback regulation and give an example.
Explain what happens in positive feedback regulation and give an example.
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Learning Goal: I’m working on a anatomy multi-part question and need an explanat

Learning Goal: I’m working on a anatomy multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.I need lab worksheets enclosed in word document. I have 8. I uploaded 6, but still need to upload 2 more. I just need the text part to be filled in and questions answered. The actual lab experiments I will do. I’m just pressed for time and need this done asap. I’m hoping someone that’s taken anatomy and physiology that’s dissected before. Thank you!
Lab 2 Cell Structure and FunctionURL: 1Page: 1Turnitin Assignment: 1Quiz: 1Progress: 1 / 2
Lab 3 Mitosis and MeiosisURL: 1Page: 1Turnitin Assignment: 1Quiz: 1Progress: 1 / 2
Lab 4 Diffusion and OsmosisURL: 1Page: 1Turnitin Assignment: 1Quiz: 1Progress: 0 / 2
Lab 5 Tissues and SkinURL: 1Page: 1Turnitin Assignment: 1Quiz: 1Progress: 0 / 2
Lab 6 The Skeletal SystemURL: 1Page: 1Turnitin Assignment: 1Quiz: 1Progress: 0 / 2
Lab 7 The Muscular SystemURL: 1Page: 1Turnitin Assignment: 1Quiz: 1Progress: 0 / 2
Lab 8 The Nervous SystemURL: 1Page: 1Turnitin Assignment: 1Quiz: 1Progress: 0 / 2
Lab 9 The Endocrine SystemURL: 1Page: 1Turnitin Assignment: 1Quiz: 1Progress: 0 / 2
Requirements: To the best of your ability. Long enough to have a great explanation   |   .doc file

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.In this assignment you will:interpret graphical information
convert numerical data into graphical form
draw conclusions from the information presented
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Learning Goal: I’m working on a anatomy discussion question and need an explanat

Learning Goal: I’m working on a anatomy discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.32 Explain how the collecting duct and antidiuretic hormone regulate the volume and concentration of urine Isabella PlasenciaHuman Anatomy and Physiology IICourse Number: BSC 2086CDr. Tamara SmithDecember 10, 2021Claimed Topic:Explain how the collecting duct and antidiuretic hormone regulates the volume and concentration of urineResearch: The distal convoluted tubule and the collecting duct reabsorb fluctuating volumes of liquid and salts and are controlled by various hormones especially aldosterone, natriuretic peptide, antidiuretic hormone, and parathyroid hormone (Saladin, 2020, p.907). The antidiuretic hormone accelerates water to reabsorb to stimulate the inclusion of what is called “water channels” into kidney tubules. The water goes through tubular cells and into the blood and causes a reduction in plasma osmolarity but an enhanced osmolarity of urine (Vivo, 2021). In the distal convoluted tubule there and the collecting duct, there are two forms of cells which are the principal cells and the intercalated cells. In these two forms of cells, there are different functions. The principal cells are plentiful, and have receptors, and are participating in water and salt stability. The intercalated cells do not have as many of the principal cells. The intercalated cells reabsorb K+ and produce H+ into the tubule. The antidiuretic hormone enhances the absorbency to the water of the distal convoluted tubule and collecting duct and affects increased water retaining and reduces the volume of urine. The distal convoluted tubule and collecting duct are two sections of the kidney nephron and are very important. Fluid in the distal convoluted tubule and collecting duct contains 20 percent of water and 7% of the salts from the glomerular filtrate (Saladin, 2020, p.907). Critical Thinking: This topic on how the collecting duct and how the antidiuretic hormone regulates the volume and concentration of urine is a fascinating topic to learn about. This is a topic I knew about but was not informed as much as I know now as I researched this topic. I learned a lot on this topic, and I encourage others to learn and engage in this topic. I find it very interesting how the convoluted tubule can be damaged, causing cell death. The human body works mysteriously interesting.WC:331References:Saladin, K.S., Gan, C.A., & Cushman, H. N. (2020). Anatomy & Physiology: The unity of form and function (9th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw Hill Education.Antidiuretic hormone. (n.d.). Retrieved December 10, 2021, fromhttp://www.vivo.colostate.edu/hbooks/pathphys/endocrine/hypopit/adh.html.Libre texts. (2020, August 14). 24.4c: Regulation of Urine Concentration and volume. MedicineLibre Texts. Retrieved December 11, 2021, fromhttps://med.libretexts.org/Bookshelves/Anatomy_and_Physiology/Book%3A_Anatomy_and_Physiology_(Boundless)/24%3A__Urinary_System/24.4%3A_Urine/24.4C%3A_Regulation_of_Urine_Concentration_and_Volume#: ~:text=ADH%20increases%20the%20permeability%20to,relative%20to%20its%20ion%20content.
Requirements: 300 words

Learning Goal: I’m working on a anatomy practice test / quiz and need an explana

Learning Goal: I’m working on a anatomy practice test / quiz and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Pick three hormones and indicate: what organs release them,
what regulates their release (including any feedback mechanism),
What cells they affect
What is the signal transduction (you may need to look this up if not in the sldes)
What systems they affect
What is the effect on the body/ homeostasis.