What is the difference between DNA and RNA?

This is being in regards to marine biology
Com .srlson RNA mes Ribonucleic acid. Deon ribonucleic acid Sugar m the structure Ribose 1s a pentose sugar. Deoxyrihose sugar with one
less oxygen atom in contrast
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One of the biotechnology techniques is called CRISPR/Cas9 sometimes referred to as a gene editing technology

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One of the biotechnology techniques is called CRISPR/Cas9 – sometimes referred to as a gene editing technology.

This technique is very new (first described in 2012) but it is already have a large impact on biology and medicine. In late 2018 you may remember news reports about the first gene edited babies which were born in China. This resulted from an experimental procedure in which CRISPR/Cas9 was used to carry out gene editing in human embryos. There are several links below to some of the scientific and news articles describing these experiments.

This news generated quite a bit of controversy. What do you think about the use of gene editing in humans? Do you think there need to be regulations or controls on the use of this type of technology? In your post first summarize what you understand about what this technology (CRISPR/Cas9) is and how it works, and then share your thoughts on its use.

Below are two articles to start your reading on this topic – feel free to share additional resources or articles that you find interesting and helpful.

Shwartz, M., (2018). Target, Delete, Repair – CRISPR is a revolutionary gene-editing tool, but its not without risk.Stanford Medicine. Retrieved from https://stanmed.stanford.edu/2018winter/CRISPR-for-gene-editing-is-revolutionary-but-it-comes-with-risks.html

Cyronoski, D., (2019). The CRISPR-baby scandal: what’s next for human gene-editing. Nature, 566, 440-442 Retrieved from https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-00673-1

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What is the difference between DNA and RNA?

This is being in regards to marine biology
Com .srlson RNA mes Ribonucleic acid. Deon ribonucleic acid Sugar m the structure Ribose 1s a pentose sugar. Deoxyrihose sugar with one
less oxygen atom in contrast
to RNA. Nltrogeucus bases…
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One of the biotechnology techniques is called CRISPR/Cas9 sometimes referred to as a gene editing technology

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One of the biotechnology techniques is called CRISPR/Cas9 – sometimes referred to as a gene editing technology.

This technique is very new (first described in 2012) but it is already have a large impact on biology and medicine. In late 2018 you may remember news reports about the first gene edited babies which were born in China. This resulted from an experimental procedure in which CRISPR/Cas9 was used to carry out gene editing in human embryos. There are several links below to some of the scientific and news articles describing these experiments.

This news generated quite a bit of controversy. What do you think about the use of gene editing in humans? Do you think there need to be regulations or controls on the use of this type of technology? In your post first summarize what you understand about what this technology (CRISPR/Cas9) is and how it works, and then share your thoughts on its use.

Below are two articles to start your reading on this topic – feel free to share additional resources or articles that you find interesting and helpful.

Shwartz, M., (2018). Target, Delete, Repair – CRISPR is a revolutionary gene-editing tool, but its not without risk.Stanford Medicine. Retrieved from https://stanmed.stanford.edu/2018winter/CRISPR-for-gene-editing-is-revolutionary-but-it-comes-with-risks.html

Cyronoski, D., (2019). The CRISPR-baby scandal: what’s next for human gene-editing. Nature, 566, 440-442 Retrieved from https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-00673-1

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SC160 Basic BiologyAnswer in complete sentences and be sure to use correct English spelling

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SC160 Basic Biology

Answer in complete sentences, and be sure to use correct English, spelling

and grammar. Your response should be four pages.

Integrate by discussion the properties of life, basic chemical terminology, and molecules and compounds of a cell necessary for life. Include the basic anatomy and physiology of a cell and describe how cell respiration, photosynthesis, and cell reproduction occur in a succinct manner. Include a brief discussion about Mendel’s Laws and an overview of DNA structure and function. Conclude with a discussion of cancer and the mechanisms of gene control.

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SC160 Basic BiologyAnswer in complete sentences and be sure to use correct English spelling

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SC160 Basic Biology

Answer in complete sentences, and be sure to use correct English, spelling

and grammar. Your response should be four pages.

Integrate by discussion the properties of life, basic chemical terminology, and molecules and compounds of a cell necessary for life. Include the basic anatomy and physiology of a cell and describe how cell respiration, photosynthesis, and cell reproduction occur in a succinct manner. Include a brief discussion about Mendel’s Laws and an overview of DNA structure and function. Conclude with a discussion of cancer and the mechanisms of gene control.

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Coastal Dynamics (3 06)

BIOLOGY ASSIGNMENT NAME UNIVERSITY BIOLOGY Understand how various factors affect the Abundance of Organisms Estuaries
Is the tidal mouth of a large river, where the tide meets the stream? In order…
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Coastal Dynamics (3 06)

BIOLOGY ASSIGNMENT NAME UNIVERSITY BIOLOGY Understand how various factors affect the Abundance of Organisms Estuaries
Is the tidal mouth of a large river, where the tide meets the stream? In order…
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Are gender differences biological or cultural?

Explain both sides of the argument.
In what ways do biology and

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Are gender differences biological or cultural? Explain both sides of the argument. In what ways do biology and

culture interact to create gender differences? Explain thoroughly and provide examples. Do you think biology or culture is ultimately more determinant? Why?

** Note – This is coming from a Gender and Society course **

Sociology

Are gender differences biological or cultural?

Explain both sides of the argument.
In what ways do biology and

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Are gender differences biological or cultural? Explain both sides of the argument. In what ways do biology and

culture interact to create gender differences? Explain thoroughly and provide examples. Do you think biology or culture is ultimately more determinant? Why?

** Note – This is coming from a Gender and Society course **

Sociology

Hello i have a practice exam from cell biology that i need answers for

i have attached 2 different versions of

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Hello i have a practice exam from cell biology that i need answers for, i have attached 2 different versions of

almost excatly the same except he changed the terms.(both dont need to be done, just the spring 2016) the word document. Please understand these are not general biology question, they are formulated from my professor and are advanced, so they have to be read carefully to answer correctly.

YOUR HELP WILL BE VERY APPRECIATED!:)

1A 2A 3B 4A 5B 6B 7A 8A 9B 10A 11-carrier-The protein triskelion material that is directly associated with coated vesicle formation and
binding to receptor proteins 12-) The protein triskelion…
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Hello i have a practice exam from cell biology that i need answers for

i have attached 2 different versions of

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Hello i have a practice exam from cell biology that i need answers for, i have attached 2 different versions of

almost excatly the same except he changed the terms.(both dont need to be done, just the spring 2016) the word document. Please understand these are not general biology question, they are formulated from my professor and are advanced, so they have to be read carefully to answer correctly.

YOUR HELP WILL BE VERY APPRECIATED!:)

1A 2A 3B 4A 5B 6B 7A 8A 9B 10A 11-carrier-The protein triskelion material that is directly associated with coated vesicle formation and
binding to receptor proteins 12-) The protein triskelion…
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It is your first semester as a newly hired assistant professor and you are developing your lesson plans and

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It is your first semester as a newly hired assistant professor, and you are developing your lesson plans and

lectures for your undergrad microbiology course. To start your class off on the right foot, you’d like to review some important introductory biology concepts to ensure that all of the students have the necessary biological background knowledge. You have decided to expand your lectures on biologically important molecules. Your first lecture will focus on the formation of large molecules through synthesis reactions and two of the four groups of these large biological molecules: the lipids and the proteins.

Part A – Bond Formation

While writing your lecture notes, you are trying to develop a way to impart to you

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It is your first semester as a newly hired assistant professor and you are developing your lesson plans and

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It is your first semester as a newly hired assistant professor, and you are developing your lesson plans and

lectures for your undergrad microbiology course. To start your class off on the right foot, you’d like to review some important introductory biology concepts to ensure that all of the students have the necessary biological background knowledge. You have decided to expand your lectures on biologically important molecules. Your first lecture will focus on the formation of large molecules through synthesis reactions and two of the four groups of these large biological molecules: the lipids and the proteins.

Part A – Bond Formation

While writing your lecture notes, you are trying to develop a way to impart to you

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I need assistance formulating a Hypothesis Item Porterhouse SteakA State a hypothesis about which

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I need assistance formulating a Hypothesis.

Item: Porterhouse Steak

A. State a hypothesis about which

micro (vitamins and minerals) and macromolecules (proteins, carbohydrates, fats) this item contains. Remember, a hypothesis is an educated guess or prediction of results.

BIOLOGY Hypothesis: if you eat porterhouse steak, then you will be able to get micro molecules (such
vitamins and minerals) as well as macromolecules (such as proteins, carbohydrates, fats)…
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I need assistance formulating a Hypothesis Item Porterhouse SteakA State a hypothesis about which

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I need assistance formulating a Hypothesis.

Item: Porterhouse Steak

A. State a hypothesis about which

micro (vitamins and minerals) and macromolecules (proteins, carbohydrates, fats) this item contains. Remember, a hypothesis is an educated guess or prediction of results.

BIOLOGY Hypothesis: if you eat porterhouse steak, then you will be able to get micro molecules (such
vitamins and minerals) as well as macromolecules (such as proteins, carbohydrates, fats)…
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Assignment 1 Biology ArticleSelect an article from a magazine or newspaper

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Assignment 1: Biology Article

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.

  1. 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.
  2. 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 doesn’t) provide background information to help you understand the article and the larger issues surrounding it.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.

Running head: ARTICLE ON AGEING ANALYSIS Article on Ageing Analysis
Name
Institutional Affiliation
Date 1 ARTICLE ON AGEING ANALYSIS 2 The paper explores the discovery scientists made in the…
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[Biology Invertebrate Zoology]If you are not familiar with invertebrate zoology please go back thank

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[Biology Invertebrate Zoology]

If you are not familiar with invertebrate zoology, please go back thank

you

This is not a homework

This is a studyguide for an exam

I want accurate answers you dont have to rush and hurry.

Please take you time and comment me if you have anything to say.

Thank you

BIOLOGY STUDY GUIDE NAME UNIVERSITY BIOLOGY Why are pollutants particularly dangerous to aquatic/marine life? (Again, this could also
go in the short essay section)
The effects of Poisonous Wastes…
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Biology 100 Intro to Biology Discussion After viewing the video

Epigenetics,

(Links to an external

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Biology 100 Intro to Biology Discussion

After viewing the video, Epigenetics, (Links to an external

site.)respond to the following questions (3 questions)

1. What did you learn about DNA?

2. What applications do genetics have in a new form of medicine?

3. What concerns or interests do you have regarding this topic?

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The course is Environmental ScienceTopic Introduction Greenland Vikings Environmental Literacy Human

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The course is Environmental Science

Topic: Introduction, Greenland Vikings, Environmental Literacy, Human

populations

Lithosphere

Hydrosphere

Biosphere – Energy Flow, Nutrient Cycles

and so on.

Please see the question below

Thanks

Running head: BIOLOGY Biology
Name
Institution BIOLOGY
Biology
1. The global human population has had two major growth spurts. When did
they occur, and what are they called? (4 pts)
o Ten thousand…
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