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Assignment 1: Biology Article
Due Week 5 and worth 120 points
Use the Internet and / or the Strayer Learning Resource Center to research aspects of biology.
Select an article from a magazine or newspaper that has something in it that pertains to biology. This will serve as the target article for this assignment. For instance, you can select an article about medicine, invasive species, nature, conservation, genetic technology, ecology, or any other topic that is related to biology. One purpose of this assignment is to help you become aware of how biology is related to your everyday life.
Write a one to three (1-3) page paper in which you: Summarize the article in one (1) or more paragraphs, using your own words. Be sure to identify the article using an in-text citation in the body of the paper, as well as a reference in the reference section. Explain how the article relates to this course. Identify which biological concepts from the course and / or text are relevant to the topic covered in the article. Citing the course text, discuss the ways in which this course does (or doesnt) provide background information to help you understand the article and the larger issues surrounding it. Explain why the article caught your attention. Relate the article to your life and to issues that are important to you. Discuss how or if the scientific knowledge about the topic covered in the article affects you directly or indirectly. Discuss your opinion on how research on this topic should be funded. State whether you think taxpayer monies should support research on this topic or whether such research in this area should be funded by the private sector. Rate the importance of research on this topic, relative to other areas of research.
In addition to the target article, you should use at least one additional resource, such as your textbook or another article. You must have a reference section which contains an APA reference to your chosen article and all other sources. Additionally, you must provide in-text citations (in APA format) to your references in the body of the text. Integrate all sources into your paper using proper techniques of quoting, paraphrasing and summarizing, along with your in-text citations.
Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements: Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions. Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the students name, the professors name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.
The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are: Use technology and information resources to research issues in biology. Write clearly and concisely about biology using proper writing mechanics.
Grading for this assignment will be based on answer quality, logic / organization of the paper, and language and writing skills.
Click here to view the grading rubric.
Max Points: 5.0
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Describe the principles of verbal and nonverbal communication. Include at least one personal experience with a difficult verbal or nonverbal communication.
HCA 230 Question 1
HCA230 Question 1
HCA/230 Question 1
High Altitude Adaptation, Co-evolution, and Rodenticides in Ludwigschafen”
For your primary post, please respond to one of the following three topics with a post of at least 125 words that addresses each point given in the instructions. Also, please reply to at least one fellow student on any topic.
Topic 1 : High Altitude Adaptation. In the recorded interview (1)*, Emilia Huerta-Sanchez describes some research her team conducted. Watch the video, then address the following issues: (a) What data did they collect, who did they collect it from, and what were they looking for? (b) Which gene was implicated as a gene associated with high altitude adaptation, and what does it do? (c) Why do they think that the high incidence of this gene in populations who live at high altitudes is due to natural selection?
Topic 2 [reading]: Co-evolution of rattlesnakes and squirrels. Read at least one of the following articles (2)* and/or (3)*, and then address the following issues: (a) How do squirrels adapt to rattlesnake venom? (b) How do rattlesnakes adapt to squirrel’s defenses against rattlesnake venom? (c) What do the results of this research tell us about evolution?
Topic 3 [reading]; Resistance to Rodenticides in Wild Rat Populations. Refer to the ‘Digging into Data’ box on page 216 of the textbook. Review the situation and the address the following: (a) In which town do you think that past application of the rodenticide bromadialonewas most intensive? Explain. (b) Suppose that a group of rodenticide-resistant rats hitches a ride on a grain truck from Olfen to Ludwigshafen, where they start to breed with the Ludwigshafen rats. Which of the following concepts (genetic drift, gene flow or founder effect) is most applicable to this situation? (c) Make a prediction about the future status ofrodenticide resistance inLudwigshafen after the hitchhiker rats from Olfenarrive. Explain.
*References (in Strayer Writing Standards format). NESCent, October 2010. High Altitude Adaptation, https://evolution.berkeley.edu/evolibrary/anims/altitudevideo2_pop.php May 18, 2016. How is rattlesnake venom like fine wine? Both have regional varieties, https://news.osu.edu/how-is-rattlesnake-venom-like-fine-wine-both-have-regional-varieties/ Sarah Kaplan, May 20, 2016. Snake venom evolved to kill specific squirrels with shocking precision. The Washington Post. Retrieved from https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/speaking-of-science/wp/2016/05/20/snake-venom-evolved-to-kill-specific-squirrels-with-shocking-precision/
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the assignment is below and please follow the instructions, also provide me with t turnitin plagiarism report. I need it done by 3 A.M of 4/16/2016 meaning after 12 hours from now?
1. There will not be class on Friday, April 13. Instead, you will have an at-home assignment.
a. Rent, buy or share watching the documentary What the Health on Netflix (or another source).
b. Take notes as you watch it. Be aware of things that are mentioned as researched, or not.
c. Record your thoughts this will be used as the first part for a TRE that you will complete regarding this video, and
d. After you have watched the video, research. Find sources for questions/things that interested you. WATCH YOUR SOURCES. Do not use sources with an obvious agenda, such as the beef industry, people that are selling meat-like products, etc. Only use that sources that come reputable places. I will provide an example in class.
e. On the 2nd part of the TRE, talk about your research. What did you find? WHERE DID YOU FIND IT? Cite your sources. Report out on your findings and then tell me what you think. How this affects you or not. Mad? Sad? Surprised?? Be honest.
Be passionate. No poetry or paintings or sound recordings this time. WRITING ONLY. Minimum 3 pages, double spaced, 12 point font.
watch this video and answer the questions
Write a comprehensive medical report on a disease we have studied up to this point. Be sure to include all relevant medical history, testing/diagnostics, treatment options, and recommended plan of action. Paper should be in APA format and 4 pages submitted to the Submissions Area.
Here is an example for assignment 2:
First you can introduce a patient report-case study.
“DATE OF CONSULTATION: MM/DD/YYYY
REFERRING PHYSICIAN: John Doe, MD
CONSULTING PHYSICIAN: Jane Doe, MD
REASON FOR CONSULTATION: Surgical evaluation for coronary artery disease.
HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS: The patient is a (XX)-year-old female who has a known history of coronary artery disease. She underwent previous PTCA and stenting procedures in December and most recently in August. Since that time, she has been relatively stable with medical management. However, in the past several weeks, she started to notice some exertional dyspnea with chest pain. For the most part, the pain subsides with rest. For this reason, she was re-evaluated with a cardiac catheterization. This demonstrated 3-vessel coronary artery disease with a 70% lesion to the right coronary artery; this was a proximal lesion. The left main had a 70% stenosis. The circumflex also had a 99% stenosis. Overall left ventricular function was mildly reduced with an ejection fraction of about 45%. The left ventriculogram did note some apical hypokinesis. In view of these findings, surgical consultation was requested and the patient was seen and evaluated by Dr. Doe.
PAST MEDICAL HISTORY:
1. Coronary artery disease as described above with previous PTCA and stenting procedures.
4. Status post breast lumpectomy for cancer with followup radiation therapy to the chest.
MEDICATIONS: Aspirin 81 mg daily, Plavix 75 mg daily, Altace 2.5 mg daily, metoprolol 50 mg b.i.d. and Lipitor 10 mg q.h.s.
SOCIAL HISTORY: She quit smoking approximately 8 months ago. Prior to that time, she had about a 35- to 40-pack-year history. She does not abuse alcohol.
FAMILY MEDICAL HISTORY: Mother died prematurely of breast cancer. Her father died prematurely of gastric carcinoma.
REVIEW OF SYSTEMS: There is no history of any CVAs, TIAs or seizures. No chronic headaches. No asthma, TB, hemoptysis or productive cough. There is no congenital heart abnormality or rheumatic fever history. She has no palpitations. She notes no nausea, vomiting, constipation, diarrhea, but immediately prior to admission, she did develop some diffuse abdominal discomfort. She says that since then, this has resolved. No diabetes or thyroid problem. There is no depression or psychiatric problems. There is no musculoskeletal disorders or history of gout. There are no hematologic problems or blood dyscrasias. No bleeding tendencies. Again, she had a history of breast cancer and underwent lumpectomy procedures for this with followup radiation therapy. She has been followed in the past 10 years and mammography shows no evidence of any recurrent problems. There is no recent fevers, malaise, changes in appetite or changes in weight.
PHYSICAL EXAMINATION: Her blood pressure is 120/70, pulse is 80. She is in a sinus rhythm on the EKG monitor. Respirations are 18 and unlabored. Temperature is 98.2 degrees Fahrenheit. She weighs 160 pounds, she is 5 feet 4 inches. In general, this was an elderly-appearing, pleasant female who currently is not in acute distress. Skin color and turgor are good. Pupils were equal and reactive to light. Conjunctivae clear. Throat is benign. Mucosa was moist and noncyanotic. Neck veins not distended at 90 degrees. Carotids had 2+ upstrokes bilaterally without bruits. No lymphadenopathy was appreciated. Chest had a normal AP diameter. The lungs were clear in the apices and bases, no wheezing or egophony appreciated. The heart had a normal S1, S2. No murmurs, clicks or gallops. The abdomen was soft, nontender, nondistended. Good bowel sounds present. No hepatosplenomegaly was appreciated. No pulsatile masses were felt. No abdominal bruits were heard. Her pulses are 2+ and equal bilaterally in the upper and lower extremities. No clubbing is appreciated. She is oriented x3. Demonstrated a good amount of strength in the upper and lower extremities. Face was symmetrical. She had a normal gait.
IMPRESSION: This is a (XX)-year-old female with significant multivessel coronary artery disease. The patient also has a left main lesion. She has undergone several PTCA and stenting procedures within the last year to year and a half. At this point, in order to reduce the risk of any possible ischemia in the future, surgical myocardial revascularization is recommended.
PLAN: We will plan to proceed with surgical myocardial revascularization. The risks and benefits of this procedure were explained to the patient. All questions pertaining to this procedure were answered.”
References: Cardiology Consultation Transcribed Medical Transcription Sample Reports. (n.d.). Retrieved from Medical Transcription Samples
Note: Add the diagnostic tests before impression in your paper.
Take time to write about the disease. It can be described in more details after your case study or integrated within it. Add more details regarding pathophysiology, differential diagnoses, explanation of testing methods, Add prognosis/potential outcome as well.
Your paper will look like a history and physical but with emphasis on discussing the disease, diagnostic tests, diagnosis(differential diagnoses) and treatments
You need to create a story about a patient with an illness we have looked at so far.
For your paper, you need to follow APA Style guidelines and must include the following standardized elements:
· Title page
· Main body
· In-text citations for paraphrased and quoted material
· References page
· Minimum number of credible, academic sources
· Running head
· Page numbers
· Double spaced on standard sized paper (8.5 x 11)
· 1 margins
· 12 pt. Times New Roman
· Indent each new paragraph (tab ½ or 5 spaces)
AFTER ASSIGNMENT IS COMPLETED PLEASE ATTACH A TURNITIN REPORT. THIS ASSIGNMENT HAS TO BE SUBMITTED THROUGH TURNITIN! ALSO, CHECK YOUR GRAMMAR, SPELLING, AND PROUNCIATION ONCE EVERYTHING IS DONE!