1) Obtain a water quality report from your local municipality within the last two years and discuss what you found in the report?
2) Identify a water quality issue happening in your community and where the pollution comes from? This includes point sources (for example, water discharge from a factory; contamination from a Superfund site), Non-point sources (for example, agricultural runoff), and Natural sources.
3) Describe how the pollution source is impacting the environment and human health in your community, and provide two examples of each.
4) Identify three management practices to minimize water pollution.
Remember to support your data and information with appropriate citations. A minimum of five peer-reviewed references must be included.

## Procedure: Common laboratory equipment: Use the figure below to recognize gradua

Procedure:
Common laboratory equipment:
Use the figure below to recognize graduated cylinders, beakers, Erlenmeyer flasks, and the different types of pipettes. Some of these objects are made of glass; some plastic. Some will be calibrated in milliliters and liters; others will not. (“Graduated” means the container is marked with volume increments.)
Figure A 3 Apparati commonly used to measure volume: (a) pipette filling device,   (b) pipette safety bulb,
(c) Pasteur pipette and bulb,
(g) plastic dropping pipette,
Length
Length is the measurement of a real or imaginary line extending from one point to another. The standard unit is the meter, and the most commonly used related units of length are
For orientation purposes, the yolk of a chicken egg is about 3 cm in diameter. Since the difference between metric units is based on multiples of 10, it’s fairly easy to convert a measurement in one unit to another. Now we are ready to perform metric conversions.  We will do this by multiplying the given value by one or more conversion factors to get the value in the desired units.  Doing an example best shows this:
1. Try the following conversions:
a)  5 mm = ______m b)  5.5 m = ______ µm c)  9 km = _______nm
2. Measure the length of a page in centimeters to the nearest tenth of a centimeter with the metric edge of a ruler. Note that nine lines divide the space between each centimeter into 10 millimeters.
The page is ____27.5____ cm long.
________________mm            ______________m    _____________ km
Now repeat the above measurement using the English side of the ruler. Measure the
_________________ ft           _____________ yds
Explain why it is much easier to convert units of length in the metric system than in the English
System   _____________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Practice conversions
Make the following metric conversions:
1. 1 meter = __________ centimeters = __________ millimeters
2. 56.2 millimeters = __________ meters = __________ centimeters
3. 13 kilometers = __________ meters = __________ decimeters
4. 16 ml = __________ µl
5. 7 g = __________ mg
6. 9 µl = __________ L
7. 32.5 mm = __________ nm
8. 400 ml = __________ L
9. 2 kg = __________ mg
10. 11.82 g = __________ kg
Measurements
Go to the following websites to practice measurement. At the end of each exercise, take a screen shot and include the screen shots below in this document:
Directions:
Different objects were weighed for you. Your job is to read the scale and enter the correct weight. To read a triple beam balance scale, you need to set and total three separate sliders that each indicate different weight units, such as 100 grams, 10 grams and single grams. Total the amounts shown by the three sliders. If the front slider is between two marks, estimate where it’s pointing. For example, if the middle slider is in the 200-gram notch, the rear slider is in the 10-gram notch and the front slider is halfway between the 2-gram and 3-gram notches, you would total 200 grams plus 10 grams plus 2.5 to get 212.5 grams. The total of the three numbers is the weight of the object.
After you determine the mass, use the numbers 0-9 right under the answer box to enter your answer. For example, when hundreds box is selected (red lined), click on the number 2 for the above example. Then select tens box and click on 1 and so on. After entering your measurement, click on “Check” it will move on to the next object that is weighted and you need to read the next one until you enter the weight of a total of 10 different objects.
You can watch this to learn how to use a graduated cylinder: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGMiikvIYmM

1) Obtain a water quality report from your local municipality within the last two years and discuss what you found in the report?
2) Identify a water quality issue happening in your community and where the pollution comes from? This includes point sources (for example, water discharge from a factory; contamination from a Superfund site), Non-point sources (for example, agricultural runoff), and Natural sources.
3) Describe how the pollution source is impacting the environment and human health in your community, and provide two examples of each.
4) Identify three management practices to minimize water pollution.
Remember to support your data and information with appropriate citations. A minimum of five peer-reviewed references must be included.

## Procedure: Common laboratory equipment: Use the figure below to recognize gradua

Procedure:
Common laboratory equipment:
Use the figure below to recognize graduated cylinders, beakers, Erlenmeyer flasks, and the different types of pipettes. Some of these objects are made of glass; some plastic. Some will be calibrated in milliliters and liters; others will not. (“Graduated” means the container is marked with volume increments.)
Figure A 3 Apparati commonly used to measure volume: (a) pipette filling device,   (b) pipette safety bulb,
(c) Pasteur pipette and bulb,
(g) plastic dropping pipette,
Length
Length is the measurement of a real or imaginary line extending from one point to another. The standard unit is the meter, and the most commonly used related units of length are
For orientation purposes, the yolk of a chicken egg is about 3 cm in diameter. Since the difference between metric units is based on multiples of 10, it’s fairly easy to convert a measurement in one unit to another. Now we are ready to perform metric conversions.  We will do this by multiplying the given value by one or more conversion factors to get the value in the desired units.  Doing an example best shows this:
1. Try the following conversions:
a)  5 mm = ______m b)  5.5 m = ______ µm c)  9 km = _______nm
2. Measure the length of a page in centimeters to the nearest tenth of a centimeter with the metric edge of a ruler. Note that nine lines divide the space between each centimeter into 10 millimeters.
The page is ____27.5____ cm long.
________________mm            ______________m    _____________ km
Now repeat the above measurement using the English side of the ruler. Measure the
_________________ ft           _____________ yds
Explain why it is much easier to convert units of length in the metric system than in the English
System   _____________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Practice conversions
Make the following metric conversions:
1. 1 meter = __________ centimeters = __________ millimeters
2. 56.2 millimeters = __________ meters = __________ centimeters
3. 13 kilometers = __________ meters = __________ decimeters
4. 16 ml = __________ µl
5. 7 g = __________ mg
6. 9 µl = __________ L
7. 32.5 mm = __________ nm
8. 400 ml = __________ L
9. 2 kg = __________ mg
10. 11.82 g = __________ kg
Measurements
Go to the following websites to practice measurement. At the end of each exercise, take a screen shot and include the screen shots below in this document:
Directions:
Different objects were weighed for you. Your job is to read the scale and enter the correct weight. To read a triple beam balance scale, you need to set and total three separate sliders that each indicate different weight units, such as 100 grams, 10 grams and single grams. Total the amounts shown by the three sliders. If the front slider is between two marks, estimate where it’s pointing. For example, if the middle slider is in the 200-gram notch, the rear slider is in the 10-gram notch and the front slider is halfway between the 2-gram and 3-gram notches, you would total 200 grams plus 10 grams plus 2.5 to get 212.5 grams. The total of the three numbers is the weight of the object.
After you determine the mass, use the numbers 0-9 right under the answer box to enter your answer. For example, when hundreds box is selected (red lined), click on the number 2 for the above example. Then select tens box and click on 1 and so on. After entering your measurement, click on “Check” it will move on to the next object that is weighted and you need to read the next one until you enter the weight of a total of 10 different objects.
You can watch this to learn how to use a graduated cylinder: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGMiikvIYmM

Please look at the files I uploaded. They will be in order and please, please look at the sample outline that is uploaded as well as it will be your guide to do an outline of my topic like that one. And please read all of the instructions as well. There will a be a grading criteria rubric for the outline which is the last file.

## Fill out the attached table (or use it as a template) with the important charact

Fill out the attached table (or use it as a template) with the important characteristics of the pathogenic eukaryotes studied:
disease name caused by each pathogen
the primary symptoms
mode of transmission (how it spreads)
simplified classification, based on the handout: Lab 3-5 Eukaryotes
Example:
Pathogen
Simplified Classification
Paramecium caudatum
Protista
– Protozoa
– Ciliate
Must be in pdf form

## Propose a study that hasn’t been studied before about Hartnup disease. If you ca

Propose a study that hasn’t been studied before about Hartnup disease. If you can’t come up with one you can do “The impacts of Nutrigenetics in Hartnup disease ”
There are three sections to this assignment ( it’s easier to start from section 2)
Section 1 – Project Overview
Scientific Project Title (15 words max)
Plain Language Project Title (15 words max) – For successful proposals, this title may be used in press releases/website content.
Technology Impact – In one sentence, identify what impact your proposed research will have on the development of enabling or problem solving technologies within the context of a long-term translational plan.
Project Short-term Deliverables – Identify three key project deliverables to be achieved within the period of grant funding from June 14/21 to Sept 14/21 (use point form and one sentence for each deliverable).
Long-term Translational Plan (1/2 page max) – Provide a brief and clear description of how your short-term deliverables link to your long-term goal for clinical or commercial activities.
Executive Summary (250 words max) – Provide an executive summary in plain language of the proposal, highlighting project objectives and deliverables. Clearly indicate what problem this technology will resolve within the context of clinical or commercial application. For successful proposals, this summary may be used in press releases/website content.
Section 2 – Project Proposal
In three (3) pages maximum (including tables and figures but not references*):
Describe the background and rationale for the proposed research including any relevant preliminary findings.
Outline the proposed work to be undertaken over the term of the grant. Please identify limitations to the methodology, if any, and explain how you may overcome these issues.
Detail the anticipated key milestones for the term of the grant and the key deliverables anticipated by the end of funding period, highlighting this within the context of a long-term translational plan.
Provide 6-10 selected references that are directly relevant to the project. Additional content will not be reviewed.
Section 3 : Budegt
The requested budget should not exceed \$5,000 for the three-month period (June 14/21 to Sept. 14/21). See instructions on Page 1 for Document 2. it must include list of equipments, materials/supplies and other additional expenses.
3 of the attachements are exemplars of how the budget should look like ( you can write on google docs and then i can just write it on google sheets if you don’t want to do it on google sheets)
I have also provided like exemplars of how section 1 and section 2 should look like ( the exemplars for section and 2 are incomplete so keep that in mind)

## Learning Goal: I’m working on a biology discussion question and need an explanat

Learning Goal: I’m working on a biology discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Week 1 Discussion Thread1919 unread replies.1919 replies.The Weekly Discussion Forum/Thread is a great place for you to learn from each other and to connect the material we are learning to world around you. I encourage you to actively participate here in a positive and encouraging manner.InstructionsClick the “Reply” box below.
Type your discussion post. (1-3 paragraphs)
Discussion Questions:1. Briefly list three reasons why you think the study of Human Biology is important, in light of any current event.2. Look at the Contemporary Health topics in the syllabus (table on page 4, column 4). List three additional topics (of your interest or relevance), that you would like to be discussed in this or future Human Biology classesBy the end of the day, respond to at least two of your fellow student’s posts by clicking “reply” below their posts. Then commenting on their post, make a suggestion, or ask a follow-up question.
Posts and Reply GuidelinesYour post should: (1) respond to questions posed. (2) be written in full sentences with few grammatical or spelling errors.
Your replies should: (1) refer to and add a personal perspective to post you are replying. 2) be written in full sentences with few grammatical or spelling errors.