In the 2nd it is sharing data that you will need to plot graph and stuff .

you need to write an lab report on the kale plant group. here is the link of the instruction how to write the report
https://phoenixcollege.libguides.com/LabReportWriting/home
on the drop files i am sharing you two files 1st contain the example of lettuce plant like that you need to prepare an report for kale plant
in the 2nd it is sharing data that you will need to plot graph and stuff . lab reprt is between plants that is grown without compost and with compost
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I don’t know if I need APA 6 or 7

It’s a lab report of a sheep’s kidney, so i’m to report the components of the outside of the kidney and then the inside of the kidney describing the different parts

This is a lab report on a sheep’s kidney
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It’s a lab report of a sheep’s kidney, so I’m to report the components of the outside of the kidney and then the inside of the kidney describing the different parts

Do you think that this recommendation would have be suitable for early humans, who were hunters and gathers?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), obesity in the U.S. population increased from about 12% in 1991 to about 34% in 2006, and about 42% in 2017. Although part of the reason is our increasingly sedentary lifestyle, the principal cause is our overconsumption of abundant processed food products, many of which are high in fat and sugar content. The FDA recommends, based on a 2,000 calorie diet, that adults should consume around 78 g of fat per day.
Do you think that this recommendation would have be suitable for early humans, who were hunters and gathers? Explain your answer.
Look through your home and report the fat content in one item. Were these findings surprising to you?
Perform a web-search using the terms “obesity genetic markers” and find one article published within the last 6 months. Summarize the findings and be sure to include your citation!

Why should we care about this topic and this particular paper?

Choose an original, journal article (not a review article, and no more than 5 years old) that provides detailed methodology and quantified results on the biology/biochemistry of any extreme environment. Then offer an in-depth analysis and critique of the research article. Draw in additional supporting papers as necessary to support your point(s) of view. Cite multiple references.
*Set up the paper. Why should we care about this topic and this particular paper? Review the Hypotheses and Big Questions that are part of the paper.
*Briefly review the Methods and Results. Are the Conclusions justified, and does the Discussion address any shortcomings?
*Offer a substantial critique of the paper. What is solid about the measurements? What is suspect? What are the limitations of the data? Are the conclusions justified?
*Importantly, conclude with your view of what the next series of observations and experiments should be, as well as what you would have done differently and/or in addition.
*References should be in a standard, consistent format. The name of the author(s) must ALWAYS be followed by the date published. Every cited reference must be in a concluding References section, and no references should be in that final section unless they are cited in the main text.
*Don’t hesitate to use up to 2 secondary references (not just the paper you are critiquing).

This will help you as you try to have a system and process-oriented view of the body to inform your understanding of healthcare better.

Please follow the instructions provided in the attachment.
Bio 241: Skeletal System Relationship Activity
Due: Fri Nov 4, 2022, at 7:pm
Purpose: The skeletal system has a lot of components and processes that work together to make the body function correctly. This activity will help you combine the entire system and its components, showing their relationships. This will help you as you try to have a system and process-oriented view of the body to inform your understanding of healthcare better.
Criteria for Success: The best way to approach this activity is through a flowchart-type diagram that shows connections and relationships. You also need to provide enough information on your arrows/lines in the flowchart or diagram that demonstrates the actual physiological functions and relationships between the items. Just a line between two items does not tell the whole story. After completing the assignment, take the self-evaluation quiz to earn points and collect direct feedback on whether you completed it well or need to review it again.

Assignment discuss final presentation 4: this series of assignments provides a structured approach for preparing your presentation and relating it closely to course readings and assignments.

READ THE INSTRUCTIONS:
Please have the same writer for each Discussions essay!
I have provided the first, second & third (assignments in one word doc) as an example page (because they relate to each other): To guide the writer through the task process!
SAMPLE ONE: Discussion Final Presentation 1b, Discuss Final Presentation 2 & Discussion Final Presentation 3b. All Three are LISTED BELOW.
See week 1: Discussion Final Presentation 1b as an example reference.
Here’s Discussion Final Presentation 1b, example reference BIOL &260
Discussion Final Presentation 1b (each discussion assignment has already been completed)
Part 1
One success for me in this class this week is that I have been able to understand and memorize most of the things that the lecturer emphasized as crucial to the topics covered in class. One challenge I have experienced is understanding a few concepts in the assigned readings. Sometimes questions cross your mind when reading a topic, but you cannot get an instant simple explainer.
Part 2
In the mid-1880s, Theodor Escherich discovered Escherichia coli in the intestines of children with diarrheal disease and those without the disease.
Escherichia coli is a beneficial component of the human’s natural gut microbiota that aids digestion and protects against other harmful microbes.
Following Escherich’s discovery, scientists described other microorganisms existing in the human body, such as Veillonella parvula, a component of the digestive, oral, urinary, and respiratory systems, and bifidobacteria, an essential component of the intestinal flora.
Link to the source: https://www.britannica.com/science/human-microbiomeLinks to an external site.
Part 3
The three things I intend to do to improve my learning in this class this quarter include the following:
Using my class time effectively. I will use my class and lab time effectively by ensuring that I attend all classes and lab sessions, take notes about what the lecturer teaches, complete all the required assignments, go through my marked assignments to make corrections, and approach my lecturer in case I need some course assistance.
Learn daily as a routine. I will study my textbooks and class notes repeatedly over different days to build long-term memory. I will use the study materials provided ahead of class to guide my note-taking.
Finally, I will frequently test myself to gauge how much I understand a topic. I want to test my understanding of all topics in the course by answering representative questions and comparing my answers with those in the textbooks and class notes. I will also use the same approach for diagrams and figures to ensure that I can reproduce them and correctly label all parts and their functions.
Refer to week 2: Discussion Final Presentation 2 as an example reference.
Here’s Discussion Final Presentation 1b, example reference to BIOL &260
SAMPLE TWO: Discussion Final Presentation 2 (each discussion assignment has already been completed)
Part 1
In so far as assignments are concerned, I believe I am on course. I have completed all the assigned course readings and assignments on time. My goal is to ensure that I complete my assignments on time and read ahead so that I have enough time to do my revision and test my understanding as we near the course exams.
Part 2
The standard method for sampling and identifying a bacterial species living in or on the human body is outlined below:
1. a) Steps for bacterial sampling
Use sterile swabs with either a moisture pad or a liquid to keep the bacterial sample moist
The swab is pushed into the wetted pad or liquid to moisten.
The next step is to swab the area of interest. The area is wiped with the wetted swab to remove potential bacterial growth.
The collected bacterial sample is returned to the tube and transported to the laboratory for analysis and identification within 24 hours of sampling.
The sample is wrapped in bubble wrap before placing it within ice packs and protected to prevent damage and maintain sample integrity during transportation.
1. b) Steps for identifying the bacterial species
Examine the morphological/macroscopic features of the bacteria on an agar culture
Examine the microscopic features using the microscope
Staining (gram staining, endospore staining, and Ziehl-Neelsen staining) to visualize the bacteria under a microscope
Carry out simple biochemical tests, such as catalase, oxidase, substrate utilization, and physiological requirements for microbial growth.
Using a dichotomous key to identify the bacteria
Part 3
Different types of bacteria have different growth requirements. Those that live in or on people have similar light, moisture, temperature, and nutrient requirements to humans. This is because adapting to these conditions enables them to increase their ability to inhabit, thrive, and colonize the ecosystems in which they live.
Refer to week 2: Discussion Final Presentation 3b listed as an example reference.
Here’s Discussion Final Presentation 3b, example reference to BIOL &260
SAMPLE THREE: Discussion Final Presentation 3b (each discussion assignment has already been completed)
Try out the draft of your presentation on someone you know. What went well? What do you need my help on?
Presentations are more likely to get engagement when they are structured well. A presentation that is dull and does not have any pictures or is not informative is less likely to be appealing. Therefore, one of the most crucial principles I ensured I used for my draft presentation was pictures that make the presentation lively and have easy-to-understand information that will make the presentation exciting for anyone who wants to learn. Feedback, however, was that the amount of information I should disclose in the presentation must not be too much as it may overwhelm the audience. Therefore, the main feedback was not to have too much information in the presentation but to reduce the information into nuggets that can easily be understood.
Give the scientific names (Genus and species) of three microorganisms that can be harmful or beneficial to humans depending on where they live and in what numbers.
Three microorganism categories are namely algae, fungi, and bacteria. For algae, genus acetabular, species Chlorophyta is essential to humans as it produces oxygen from photosynthesis. The Fungi genus Malassezia, a yeast species, can be harmful to humans because they are most common for causing skin diseases such as dandruff (Papachristodoulou 75). The bacteria genus shigella species E. Colli is harmful to humans as it is attributed to issues such as mild diarrhea.
What Genus of microbe would you like to use for your Final Presentation?
The primary microbe I would like to focus on is bacteria. They are crucial to the world’s ecosystem because they are essential in agriculture, genetic engineering, and the production of foods such as cheese.
Works Cited
Papachristodoulou Despo K et al. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Sixth ed. Oxford University Press, 2018.
Week 4 Bio 260 Bio 260 Discuss Final Presentation 4, Due Nov 20, 2022
ASSIGNMENT DISCUSS FINAL PRESENTATION 4: This series of assignments provides a structured approach for preparing your presentation and relating it closely to course readings and assignments.
NOTES GO HAND (n) HAND WITH Discuss Final Presentation 4, & Final Presentation on Beneficial Microbes (GO HAND-N-HAND WITH).
Week 9 Bio 260 Final Presentation on Beneficial Microbes, Due Nov 26, 2022
ASSIGNMENT FINAL PRESENTATION on BENEFICIAL MICROBES

Discussion final presentation 1b (each discussion assignment has already been completed)

READ THE INSTRUCTIONS:
Please have the same writer for each Discussions essay!
I have provided the first, second & third (assignments in one word doc) as an example page (because they relate to each other): To guide the writer through the task process!
SAMPLE ONE: Discussion Final Presentation 1b, Discuss Final Presentation 2 & Discussion Final Presentation 3b. All Three are LISTED BELOW.
See week 1: Discussion Final Presentation 1b as an example reference.
Here’s Discussion Final Presentation 1b, example reference BIOL &260
Discussion Final Presentation 1b (each discussion assignment has already been completed)
Part 1
One success for me in this class this week is that I have been able to understand and memorize most of the things that the lecturer emphasized as crucial to the topics covered in class. One challenge I have experienced is understanding a few concepts in the assigned readings. Sometimes questions cross your mind when reading a topic, but you cannot get an instant simple explainer.
Part 2
In the mid-1880s, Theodor Escherich discovered Escherichia coli in the intestines of children with the diarrheal disease and those without the disease.
Escherichia coli is a beneficial component of the human’s natural gut microbiota that aids digestion and protects against other harmful microbes.
Following Escherich’s discovery, scientists described other microorganisms existing in the human body, such as Veillonella parvula, a component of the digestive, oral, urinary, and respiratory systems, and bifidobacteria, an essential component of the intestinal flora.
Link to the source: https://www.britannica.com/science/human-microbiomeLinks to an external site.
Part 3
The three things I intend to do to improve my learning in this class this quarter include the following:
Using my class time effectively. I will use my class and lab time effectively by ensuring that I attend all classes and lab sessions, take notes about what the lecturer teaches, complete all the required assignments, go through my marked assignments to make corrections, and approach my lecturer in case I need some course assistance.
Learn daily as a routine. I will study my textbooks and class notes repeatedly over different days to build long-term memory. I will use the study materials provided ahead of class to guide my note-taking.
Finally, I will frequently test myself to gauge how much I understand a topic. I want to test my understanding of all topics in the course by answering representative questions and comparing my answers with those in the textbooks and class notes. I will also use the same approach for diagrams and figures to ensure that I can reproduce them and correctly label all parts and their functions.
Refer to week 2: Discussion Final Presentation 2 as an example reference.
Here’s Discussion Final Presentation 1b, example reference to BIOL &260
SAMPLE TWO: Discussion Final Presentation 2 (each discussion assignment has already been completed)
Part 1
In so far as assignments are concerned, I believe I am on course. I have completed all the assigned course readings and assignments on time. My goal is to ensure that I complete my assignments on time and read ahead so that I have enough time to do my revision and test my understanding as we near the course exams.
Part 2
The standard method for sampling and identifying a bacterial species living in or on the human body is outlined below:
1. a) Steps for bacterial sampling
Use sterile swabs with either a moisture pad or a liquid to keep the bacterial sample moist.
The swab is pushed into the wetted pad or liquid to moisten.
The next step is to swab the area of interest. The area is wiped with the wetted swab to remove potential bacterial growth.
The collected bacterial sample is returned to the tube and transported to the laboratory for analysis and identification within 24 hours of sampling.
The sample is wrapped in bubble wrap before placing it within ice packs and protected to prevent damage and maintain sample integrity during transportation.
1. b) Steps for identifying the bacterial species
Examine the morphological/macroscopic features of the bacteria on an agar culture
Examine the microscopic features using the microscope
Staining (gram staining, endospore staining, and Ziehl-Neelsen staining) to visualize the bacteria under a microscope
Carry out simple biochemical tests, such as catalase, oxidase, substrate utilization, and physiological requirements for microbial growth.
Using a dichotomous key to identify the bacteria
Part 3
Different types of bacteria have different growth requirements. Those that live in or on people have similar light, moisture, temperature, and nutrient requirements to humans. This is because adapting to these conditions enables them to increase their ability to inhabit, thrive, and colonize the ecosystems in which they live.
Refer to week 2: Discussion Final Presentation 3b listed as an example reference.
Here’s Discussion Final Presentation 3b, example reference to BIOL &260
SAMPLE THREE: Discussion Final Presentation 3b (each discussion assignment has already been completed)
Try out the draft of your presentation on someone you know. What went well? What do you need my help on?
Presentations are more likely to get engagement when they are structured well. A presentation that is dull and does not have any pictures or is not informative is less likely to be appealing. Therefore, one of the most crucial principles I ensured I used for my draft presentation was pictures that make the presentation lively and have easy-to-understand information that will make the presentation exciting for anyone who wants to learn. Feedback, however, was that the amount of information I should disclose in the presentation must not be too much as it may overwhelm the audience. Therefore, the main feedback was not to have too much information in the presentation but to reduce the information into nuggets that can easily be understood.
Give the scientific names (Genus and species) of three microorganisms that can be harmful or beneficial to humans depending on where they live and in what numbers.
Three microorganism categories are namely algae, fungi, and bacteria. For algae, genus acetabular, species Chlorophyta is essential to humans as it produces oxygen from photosynthesis. The Fungi genus Malassezia, a yeast species, can be harmful to humans because they are most common for causing skin diseases such as dandruff (Papachristodoulou 75). The bacteria genus shigella species E. Colli is harmful to humans as it is attributed to issues such as mild diarrhea.
What Genus of microbe would you like to use for your Final Presentation?
The primary microbe I would like to focus on is bacteria. They are crucial to the world’s ecosystem because they are essential in agriculture, genetic engineering, and the production of foods such as cheese.
Works Cited
Papachristodoulou Despo K et al. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Sixth ed. Oxford University Press, 2018.
Week 4 Bio 260 Bio 260 Discuss Final Presentation 4, Due Nov 20, 2022
ASSIGNMENT DISCUSS FINAL PRESENTATION 4: This series of assignments provides a structured approach for preparing your presentation and relating it closely to course readings and assignments.
NOTES GO HAND (n) HAND WITH Discuss Final Presentation 4, & Final Presentation on Beneficial Microbes (GO HAND-N-HAND WITH).
Week 9 Bio 260 Final Presentation on Beneficial Microbes, Due Nov 26, 2022
ASSIGNMENT FINAL PRESENTATION on BENEFICIAL MICROBES

Other: can you please add more to the conclusion?

OTHER: can you please add more to the conclusion?
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PREVIOUS PAPER INSTRUCTIONS (#458745928): please write a lab report for lab 7
I Was assigned the effect of temperature on reaction rate. at 85 degrees Celcius. the enzyme denatured
I also attached the graph that will show you what was happening after heating up the enzymes at 85.
you could use the graph provided in the PowerPoint to attach to the lab report
if you need any other information please let me know

Assignment discuss final presentation 4: this series of assignments provides a structured approach for preparing your presentation and relating it closely to course readings and assignments.

READ THE INSTRUCTIONS:
Please have the same writer for each Discussions essay!
I have provided the first, second & third (assignments in one word doc) as an example page (because they relate to each other): To guide the writer through the task process!
SAMPLE ONE: Discussion Final Presentation 1b, Discuss Final Presentation 2 & Discussion Final Presentation 3b. All Three are LISTED BELOW.
See week 1: Discussion Final Presentation 1b as an example reference.
Here’s Discussion Final Presentation 1b, example reference BIOL &260
Discussion Final Presentation 1b (each discussion assignment has already been completed)
Part 1
One success for me in this class this week is that I have been able to understand and memorize most of the things that the lecturer emphasized as crucial to the topics covered in class. One challenge I have experienced is understanding a few concepts in the assigned readings. Sometimes questions cross your mind when reading a topic, but you cannot get an instant simple explainer.
Part 2
In the mid-1880s, Theodor Escherich discovered Escherichia coli in the intestines of children with diarrheal disease and those without the disease.
Escherichia coli is a beneficial component of the human’s natural gut microbiota that aids digestion and protects against other harmful microbes.
Following Escherich’s discovery, scientists described other microorganisms existing in the human body, such as Veillonella parvula, a component of the digestive, oral, urinary, and respiratory systems, and bifidobacteria, an essential component of the intestinal flora.
Link to the source: https://www.britannica.com/science/human-microbiomeLinks to an external site.
Part 3
The three things I intend to do to improve my learning in this class this quarter include the following:
Using my class time effectively. I will use my class and lab time effectively by ensuring that I attend all classes and lab sessions, take notes about what the lecturer teaches, complete all the required assignments, go through my marked assignments to make corrections, and approach my lecturer in case I need some course assistance.
Learn daily as a routine. I will study my textbooks and class notes repeatedly over different days to build long-term memory. I will use the study materials provided ahead of class to guide my note-taking.
Finally, I will frequently test myself to gauge how much I understand a topic. I want to test my understanding of all topics in the course by answering representative questions and comparing my answers with those in the textbooks and class notes. I will also use the same approach for diagrams and figures to ensure that I can reproduce them and correctly label all parts and their functions.
Refer to week 2: Discussion Final Presentation 2 as an example reference.
Here’s Discussion Final Presentation 1b, example reference to BIOL &260
SAMPLE TWO: Discussion Final Presentation 2 (each discussion assignment has already been completed)
Part 1
In so far as assignments are concerned, I believe I am on course. I have completed all the assigned course readings and assignments on time. My goal is to ensure that I complete my assignments on time and read ahead so that I have enough time to do my revision and test my understanding as we near the course exams.
Part 2
The standard method for sampling and identifying a bacterial species living in or on the human body is outlined below:
1. a) Steps for bacterial sampling
Use sterile swabs with either a moisture pad or a liquid to keep the bacterial sample moist
The swab is pushed into the wetted pad or liquid to moisten.
The next step is to swab the area of interest. The area is wiped with the wetted swab to remove potential bacterial growth.
The collected bacterial sample is returned to the tube and transported to the laboratory for analysis and identification within 24 hours of sampling.
The sample is wrapped in bubble wrap before placing it within ice packs and protected to prevent damage and maintain sample integrity during transportation.
1. b) Steps for identifying the bacterial species
Examine the morphological/macroscopic features of the bacteria on an agar culture
Examine the microscopic features using the microscope
Staining (gram staining, endospore staining, and Ziehl-Neelsen staining) to visualize the bacteria under a microscope
Carry out simple biochemical tests, such as catalase, oxidase, substrate utilization, and physiological requirements for microbial growth.
Using a dichotomous key to identify the bacteria
Part 3
Different types of bacteria have different growth requirements. Those that live in or on people have similar light, moisture, temperature, and nutrient requirements to humans. This is because adapting to these conditions enables them to increase their ability to inhabit, thrive, and colonize the ecosystems in which they live.
Refer to week 2: Discussion Final Presentation 3b listed as an example reference.
Here’s Discussion Final Presentation 3b, example reference to BIOL &260
SAMPLE THREE: Discussion Final Presentation 3b (each discussion assignment has already been completed)
Try out the draft of your presentation on someone you know. What went well? What do you need my help on?
Presentations are more likely to get engagement when they are structured well. A presentation that is dull and does not have any pictures or is not informative is less likely to be appealing. Therefore, one of the most crucial principles I ensured I used for my draft presentation was pictures that make the presentation lively and have easy-to-understand information that will make the presentation exciting for anyone who wants to learn. Feedback, however, was that the amount of information I should disclose in the presentation must not be too much as it may overwhelm the audience. Therefore, the main feedback was not to have too much information in the presentation but to reduce the information into nuggets that can easily be understood.
Give the scientific names (Genus and species) of three microorganisms that can be harmful or beneficial to humans depending on where they live and in what numbers.
Three microorganism categories are namely algae, fungi, and bacteria. For algae, genus acetabular, species Chlorophyta is essential to humans as it produces oxygen from photosynthesis. The Fungi genus Malassezia, a yeast species, can be harmful to humans because they are most common for causing skin diseases such as dandruff (Papachristodoulou 75). The bacteria genus shigella species E. Colli is harmful to humans as it is attributed to issues such as mild diarrhea.
What Genus of microbe would you like to use for your Final Presentation?
The primary microbe I would like to focus on is bacteria. They are crucial to the world’s ecosystem because they are essential in agriculture, genetic engineering, and the production of foods such as cheese.
Works Cited
Papachristodoulou Despo K et al. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Sixth ed. Oxford University Press, 2018.
Week 4 Bio 260 Bio 260 Discuss Final Presentation 4, Due Nov 20, 2022
ASSIGNMENT DISCUSS FINAL PRESENTATION 4: This series of assignments provides a structured approach for preparing your presentation and relating it closely to course readings and assignments.
NOTES GO HAND (n) HAND WITH Discuss Final Presentation 4, & Final Presentation on Beneficial Microbes (GO HAND-N-HAND WITH).
Week 9 Bio 260 Final Presentation on Beneficial Microbes, Due Nov 26, 2022
ASSIGNMENT FINAL PRESENTATION on BENEFICIAL MICROBES