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Why do you think that learning from peers is so effective for young children? Does this finding have

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Product Life Cycle (PLC) analysis is very relevant to heah care programs and services. Perhaps you have not

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Review Questions:

1. What is tertiary care? What are some characteristics of this level of

care?

2. What is an occupational therapist? What might a professional in this career do?

3. What are biophotographers? How does this work contribute to the heah sciences?

4. What is cytotechnology? What does this field contribute to the heah sciences?

5. Describe three of the common characteristics shared by heah science professionals.

Critical thinking questions:

1. Choose one heah science career that interests you and research the requirements for this position. What is the typical career path that professionals in this career follow? (Consider aspects such as education, training, licensing, and so on).

2. What are some of the advantages and disadvantages of a career in the heah sciences?

3. Why are licensing and certification requirements important? What benefit do they have?

4. What is one heah science career that interests you? Imagine that you are a heah science employer hiring for this position. What qualifications would you seek out in potential applicants? What personal characteristics would you look for to fill this position?

5. Some heah science careers involve working in a laboratory, and other heah science positions involve working directly with patients. What are the advantages and disadvantages of each type of position?

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1 With respect to recessively inherited disorders why might it be a bad idea to marry your

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1. With respect to recessively inherited disorders, why might it be a bad idea to marry your

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2. Find an inherited disorder whose incidence is influenced by your answer above:

  • Briefly explain the disorder and the genetics involved.
  • Is there a population in which this disorder is more prevalent, and if so, why?

Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are organisms in which the genetic material (DNA) has been aered in a manner that does not occur naturally. The technology allows individual genes to be transferred from one organism into another, also between non-related species.

1. Describe two specific examples of a commercially used GMO.

2. What are the benefits of GM foods, in general?

3. What are the main issues of concern for human heah?

4. Where do you stand on the use of GM foods?

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How many ozone molecules are destroyed by just one chlorine atom?
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A single CFC molecule can destroy 100,000 ozone molecules.
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Boron has two naturally occurring isotopes. Boron-10 has an atomic mass of 10.0, and boron-11 has an atomic mass

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Question 22 options:

1)

The average atomic mass includes isotopes that exist exclusively in an artificial setting.

2)

The average atomic mass is based on the masses of only the protons and neutrons.

3)

The average atomic mass is a weighted average of isotopes based on their abundance in nature.

4)

The average atomic mass in a laboratory differs from the actual value due to experimental error.

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A. What is the ideal concentration of [Ba] in the solution to precipitate the max amount of sulfate (BaSO4) but now allow any fluoride to precipitate?

B. At [Ba] you calculated for part A, what percentage of the original sulfate ion will remain in the solution?

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For a long time fire was considered destructive and was suppressed without regard to the role it might be playing in the environment. Now fire is recognized as a tool to help maintain heahy ecosystems. However, people living on the edge of lands susceptible to fires are nervous about allowing minimally controlled fires to burn. Imagine you are a government ecologist in charge of determining which wild areas would benefit by allowing naturally occurring fires to burn with minimal control and which have no need of fire as source of ecological disturbance. What criteria would help you make a decision?

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  • Explain the pathophysiology of endocarditis disorders depicted in the scenarios,

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    How would you determine the number of Atoms per molecule and determine the sulfur allotrope based on the

    information below?

    Molecular Weight Determination by freezing point depression:

    Mass of Naphthalene: 20.131 g

    Freezing Point of Naphthalene: 80 degrees C

    Mass of Sulfur: 2.016

    Freezing point of Naphthalene-Sulfur solution: 76.95

    Freezing point depression to constant for naphthalene: 6.8 C/molal.

    Determine the number of Atoms per molecule AND determine the sulfur allotrope

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    Hi tutors. Really need help.

    Discuss Wilson Disease under the following subheadings.

    cause,

    mode

    of inheritance,

    treatment,

    detection,

    animal model.

    NB. no plagiarism, use CSE referencing style.

    give at least three sources.

    Instructor: Student: Submission dates: CAUSE.
    Wilson disease is a genetic disorder that causes excess copper to accumulate in the body.
    The gene that is known as ATP7B that is located in the 13…
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    A. A disk of radius R has an uneven surface load distribution: σ = C · r, where C is constant

    and distance r is measured from the center O of the ring. Find a mathematical expression for the potential at a point P of the axis of the disk, which is a distance x from the center O.

    Β. A compact sphere of radius R has a uniform load density distribution ρ and a total load Q. Find a mathematical expression that gives the total electrical energy of the sphere.

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    Which outcome statement can be used in the planning stage of the nursing process

    a) the client states she

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    which outcome statement can be used in the planning stage of the nursing process

    a) the client states she

    has tried to inject own insulin but cannot stick herself

    b) the client will demonstrate ability to charge the ostomy bag in two days

    c) the client’s breath sounds will be auscuated by the nurse every 4 hours

    d) the client will adhere to the medication regimen after discharge

    question 2

    the nurse observes an adu woman perform a return demonstration of diaphragmatic breathing. the client inhales while holding her abdomen, then removes her hands to allow expansion of the side abdomen during exhalation what action should the nurse take after observing the client’s demonstration

    answer

    a) demonstrate how to expand the abdomen while inhaling and let it sink in while exhaling

    b) confirm that breathing technique was correct but hand pressure is not necessary

    c) remind the client to keep light pressure on her abdomen and cough after fully exhaling

    d)document that the client successfully demonstrate the diaphragmatic breathing technique

    question 3

    the heahcare provider prescribes acetaminophen ( Tylenol) elixir 325 mg PO for an older adu who has difficuy swallowing pills. the available oral solution is labeled, acetaminophen elixir 325 mg/ 5ml. how many teaspoons should the nurse administer which each dose. ( enter whole number only.)

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    Bioethics Discussion Response. Please write a 1 page response discussion to one of the discussion posts

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    According to Ariely, why doesn’t the demand for an item increase when the item is offered for free?

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    options:

    Nobody wants what obviously isn’t in demand (and it must not be if it’s free).

    In a market economy price is most often a signal of quality and free items are assumed to be of low quality.

    At no cost, the item is understood to be a public good, and is consumed more conservatively.

    As club goods, free items create artificial scarcity, which does not actually increase demand.

    Diminishing marginal returns means that reducing prices below a certain point produces negligible increases in demand.

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    According to

    Siebers
    (2008), sexual citizenship translates into creating new modes of access for sex.

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    According to Siebers (2008), sexual citizenship translates into creating new modes of access for sex.

    True

    False

    Jin, the first woman that Cheng (2012/2013) interviewed, situated sex outside the bounds of labor performance–unlike other emotional and physical work.

    True

    False

    According to Brents and Hausbeck (2007), sex work as a form of commerce should be conceptually situated in local institutional fields of consumption as they intersect global late capitalist cuure and economy.

    True

    False

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    One pith ball is

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    Two pith balls shown in the diagram below have a mass of 1.0 g each and have equal charges. One pith ball is

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    a) Draw a force diagram depicting the forces acting on the suspended ball.

    Calculate (b) mg (c) FE (d) the charge on the pith balls

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    Reflect on geriatric patients from your practicum site that you may have assessed for dementia, delirium, or

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    Instructor
    Institution
    Course
    Date 2 Geriatric Patients
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    The size of the atom in Rutherford’s model is about1.0✕10−10m.

    Chapter 36: Atomic Physics
    Nature resolves everything into it component atoms
    and never reduces anything to nothing.
    Lucretius (95 BC – 55 BC) 36.1 The History of the Atom
    As mentioned…
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    Scenario:

    Jesse, one of the nursing assistants on your team, reports to you that Mr. T. has a large bruise

    on his right buttock. This bruise was not there yesterday when he cared for Mr. T. This is very important information to you because you remember that the physician increased Mr. T.’s Coumadin dose 2 days ago.

    Question:

    How are you going to validate the importance of Jesse’s observation and the fact that he reported it to you in a timely manner?

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    A professor assembles a group of volunteers to compare two methods of studying. One group spends an hour a day on

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    Take any can of vegetables from your pantry and report the levels of protein, carbohydrates, and fats for a

    one-serving size. Explain what these macronutrients are. If you do not have any canned vegetables, search online for the information. Pick a vegetable and enter nutrition label for (indicate a type of vegetable) into a search engine and click images to find a nutrition facts label you can use.

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    Which of the following is an inappropriate guideline for defusing a catastrophic reaction? Avoid

    Question

    Which of the following is an inappropriate guideline for defusing a catastrophic reaction? Avoid

    invading the persons personal space.

    Think about their thought process in relation to the behavior.

    Focus on the persons emotions not the behavior.

    Have more than one person approach at the same time.

    7. Which of the following is an appropriate guideline for preventing catastrophic reactions?

    Assume a neutral body position.

    Avoid eye contact.

    Use complex phrases.

    Rush the person.

    8. A person’s life history is of no help when providing dementia care.

    True

    False

    9. Catastrophic reactions are usually the resu of all of the following except:

    An inability to understand sensory information in the environment

    An inability to understand what others are doing

    An inability to communicate their needs, wants, and feelings

    An inability to know when to get help

    10. You notice that Harold started having a catastrophic reaction after a loud western movie came on T.V. What is the best approach to resolve the situation?

    Provide reassurance that everything is okay.

    Say, I understand that you are feeling confused.

    Give Harold time to get used to the noise.

    Turn the volume on the T.V. down or off completely.

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    Hematologic Disorder

    Anemia

    Consider

    Question

    Hematologic Disorder:

    Anemia

    Consider

    the types of drugs that would be prescribed to patients to treat symptoms associated with this disorder.

    Select one of the following factors: genetics, gender, ethnicity, age, or behavior. Reflect on how this factor might impact the effects of prescribed drugs, as well as any measures you might take to help reduce negative side effects.

    With these thoughts in mind:

    Post a description of the hematologic disorder in the following manner:

    **What is Anemia

    **Type of Drugs to Treat Symptoms Disorders (What is the mechanism of action of the drug? How does it work in the body?)

    **Chosen Genetic Factor – Impact the effects of prescribed drugs, as well as any measures you might take to help reduce negative side effects.

    **Measures you might take to help reduce negative side effects of medications

    ***Please use in text citations as well as put references at the end***

    Running head: ANEMIA
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    Name
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    2
    Anemia
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    Hi, Im looking to get a paper done formy nursing class. these are the aprroved articles and outline. please,

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    1Choosing a variety of protein foods including seafood in place of meat or poultry twice a week will provide

    Question

    1-Choosing a variety of protein foods, including seafood in place of meat or poury twice a week, will provide

    which vitamin?

    a.Riboflavin

    b.Selenium

    c.Niacin

    d.Fiber

    e.Folate

    2-In northern climates during winter months, young children on vegan diets can readily develop rickets because of which deficiency?

    a.Vitamin D

    b.Vitamin B12

    c.Vitamin E

    d.Vitamin A

    e.Vitamin C

    3-All of the following statements are true EXCEPT:

    a.Any flour made from the endosperm of the wheat kernel is wheat flour.

    b.Refined-grain products contain germ and bran as well as endosperm.

    c.Most whole wheat is made from red wheat.d.White flour refers to refined flour.

    e.White bread is a whole-grain product only if it is made from whole white wheat

    4-A philosophical eating pattern based on mostly plant foods such as whole grains, legumes, and vegetables, with small amounts of fish, fruits, nuts, and seeds, is known as:

    a.Plant-based diets

    b.Macrobiotic diet

    c.Omnivorous diet

    d.Lactovegetarian diet

    e.Lacto-ovo-vegetarian diet

    5-A food label ingredient list reads in the following order: Wheat flour, vegetable shortening, sugar, sa, and cornstarch. What item would be found in the SMALLEST amount in this food?

    a.Wheat flour

    b.Cornstarch

    c.Vegetable shortening

    d.Sae.Sugar

    6-A popular term used to denote foods that contribute energy but lack protein, vitamins, and minerals is ________.

    a.empty kcalorie foods

    b.kcalorie control

    c.sustainable diets

    d.variety

    e.moderate foods

    7-A measure of the nutrients a food provides relative to the energy it provides; the more nutrients and the fewer kcalories, the higher the _______________.

    a.nutrient density

    b.variety

    c.moderation

    d.balance

    e.kcalorie foods

    8-‘Kcalorie-free’ is an example of a (an)_________claim.

    a.heah

    b.structure-function

    c.nutrientd.meaningless

    e.fraudulent

    9-By consuming a variety of grains what do we contribute to our diet?

    a.Vitamin C

    b.Vitamin D

    c.Potassium

    d.Calcium

    e.Riboflavin

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    Question

    1. What is hunger?

    A. a physiological desire

    B. a psychological desire

    C. a lack of

    appetite

    D. satiety

    2.What is considered the Top Performer of dietary protein?

    A. egg

    B. beef

    C.chicken

    D. soy

    3.Infants women have _____ energy balance.

    A. negative

    B. positive

    C. equilibrium

    4.What causes edema?

    A. too little protein in the blood

    B. too much protein in the blood

    C. too much iron in the blood

    D. too little iron in the blood

    5.Denaturing of protein is a product of what process or action?

    A. heat

    B. mechanical agitation

    C. changing pH

    D.all the above

    6.is a weight loss medication that is banned due to correlation with mitral valve damage.

    A.The phen-fen combination

    B. Ephedra

    C. Caffeine

    D. Liposome

    7.PKU in babies is caused by the inability to metabolize

    A. tyrosine

    B. triglycerides

    C. linoleic acid

    D. phenylalanine

    8.The android fat distribution pattern involves fat deposits primarily on/in

    A. the upper body.

    B. the belly.

    C. the hips and thighs.

    D. internal organs.

    9.All these are a good source of protein except

    A. legumes.

    B. eggs.

    C. apple.

    D. meat.

    10. will conduct an electrical current.

    A. A glucose solution

    B. Water

    C. Fatty tissue

    D. An electrolyte solution

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    before beginning a elderly person
    to an starting an individual

    Question

    Which of the following should be taken before beginning a elderly person to an starting an individual

    exercise program?

    Identify disease processes that could affect the type of exercise program prescribed.

    Get a physical therapist consu to identify restrictions.

    Asses the goal level of fitness for their age group.

    Assess their ability to surpass exercise fitness goals.

    2. Which of the following are effects of alcoholism?

    Alcohol affects only certain organs of the body.

    Brain cells are not destroyed.

    Impairment of gait, balance, and visual-spatial abilities

    Short term memory is lost but there are no effects on long term memory.

    3. Which of the following are changes that you may see in your elderly patients that will impact their nutrition?

    The stomach does not get full as fast because the older person can accommodate more food.

    The ability to taste say foods increases.

    Metabolism will slow down which means they will need to increase their calorie intake.

    Taste and Smell will decrease.

    4. Which of the following are activities that will assist with social stimulation?

    Individual exercise

    Planned outside activities

    Crossword puzzles

    Reading

    5. All of the following are interventions that could benefit someone if you suspect malnutrition EXCEPT:

    Have the dietitian evaluate the person’s menu plan and diet.

    Consu the person’s physician to determine causes and review medications.

    Have the person exercise to increase pleasure and stimulate appetite.

    Encourage the person to eat in their room alone.

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    ;

    Question

    a. _3__: the region of DNA at which RNA holoenzyme untwists double-stranded DNA to form the open promoter complex.

    b. _7__: the DNA sequence that first binds to the holoenzyme at the initiation of transcription.

    c. _____:
    the first region, or part, of a gene to be transcribed.

    d. _____: this region of the gene, when transcribed, will cause the process of transcription to end.

    I am not sure if the answers I have already are correct. I am just struggling to understand my professors notes so I could really use some help answering this question.

    Order Id: TTs070916_26182_8739 This table includes some types of DNA sequences observed in prokaryotic chromosomes (e.g. E.
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    I need a 3-4 page paper on the intensivist program in the intensive care unit (ICU). An intensivist is a medical

    doctor who specializes in caring for the ICU patients. The paper needs to contain practice standards and 2 to 3 professional standards that require knowledge on pathophysiology, physical assessment and pharmacology and biopsychosocial sciences. Support your answer with references to patient care in the ICU. Explain how you are applying speciay standards from ICU. Support your response with at least with at lease two specific examples. Explain how you might integrate professional standards into a teaching experience if you were educating nursing students, staff, or, or patients about the intensivist program. Suggest at least one specific activity you might use. program. Please include references. Thanks so much.

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    Professor Name
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    Question

    Many individuals enjoy a drink with friends or family during a special occasion and research does indicate that drinking alcoholic beverages in moderation does have some positive heah benefits (in particular wine). However, alcohol consumption does have many negative consequences.

    Discuss the differences between digestion and absorption of alcohol and that of other nutrients. Is alcohol a nutrient? (See Focus on Alcohol Section of text) (2)

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    Ions interact with water molecules via ion-dipole interactions. Stronger the ion-dipole interaction (lower the

    potential energy/enthalpy) greater the thermodynamic stability. Let’s think about the relationship between charge density of the ion and the strength of the ion-dipole interactions

    Arrange the following ions from weakest (1) to strongest (4) ion-dipole interactions

    1 = weakest, 4 = strongest

    I-,Br-,F-,Cl-

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    PLEASE BE VERY DETAILED AS POSSIBLE AND HAVE A WORK CITED PAGE ATTACH

    ESSAY MUST BE IN PARAGRAPH FORM.

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    1
    Running Head: EVOLUTION OF THE JAW The Evolution of the Jaw
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    Institutional Affiliation
    Date of Submission 2
    EVOLUTION OF THE JAW
    Evolution of the Jaw
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    Consider Mohapatra’s article Global Legal Responses to Prenatal Gender Identification and Sex Selection.

    As nurses, participating in a global environment or at home with diverse populations, we may face personal challenges when dealing with cuural differences. Patients may have cuural beliefs that impact their heahcare decision-making in opposition to our own heah beliefs and values. Cuurally competent nursing care is critical to best patient outcomes. The ability to appreciate viewpoint different from our own is an important characteristic of a cuurally competent nurse. Self-reflection can be used to examine our biases, values, and personal heahcare beliefs. Having better understanding of our own cuural beliefs can help to improve our cuural competence.

    Using the information in this article as your basis, reflect on your ability to discuss a viewpoint that is in opposition to your own. Select a cuural view, from the article, that you disagree with. Respectfully, write a two to three paragraph reflection on that view a if you supported the view (you ay need to perform additional research using peer-reviewed literature sources to create an effective argument). This reflection is not asking you to accept someone else’s viewpoint as your own, but to discuss it appropriately as if the cuural belief were your own.

    Do not take a hardened stance on the subject in your writing; that is not the purpose. Simply consider another viewpoint and attempt to understand the underlying cuural significance and importance in your patient’s decision-making process.

    Please see the attachment for the article.

    Thanks,

    Running Head: MOHAPATRA’S ARTICLE Mohapatra’s article
    Student Name
    Course Title
    Professor Name
    University Name
    Jan 28, 2017 1 MOHAPATRA’S ARTICLE 2 The viewpoint as well as attempt to…
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    LECTURER’S NAME
    STUDENT’S NAME
    COURSE TITTLE
    DATE OF SUBMISSION 1 Prisoner’s dilemma
    Introduction
    ‘The massive financial investment in the…
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    Hello, please help me with my anatomy assignment! thank you!!

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    Each question is worth 10 marks.
    1. Fill in the words or phrases that best complete each sentence. Be as specific as possible.
    a. Erythrocytes…
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    Question

    Choose one organ system and research it. Find a credible and reliable, scientific website that augments

    what you have learned about that particular organ system.

    Share the website by writing a full paragraph summary of what you have learned or have found particularly helpful when reviewing the website.This blog should be written based on the information and content from the resource (URL). Include a link from the specific website/URL so that your peers may also view it and benefit from the website you have discovered.

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    1. Mrs. Acton,

    Question

    Chapter 37: Nursing Care of the Child With an Infectious or Communicable Disorder

    1. Mrs. Acton,

    the mother of 6-year-old Christina, calls the physician’s office to speak to the nurse. Mrs. Acton is concerned because Christina went to a birthday party 8 days ago and was exposed to the chickenpox. (Learning Objectives 4 and 5)

    a. What information would be appropriate to give to Mrs. Acton?

    b. What data would be important for the nurse to gather when speaking with Mrs.

    Acton?

    2. Six-month-old Joshua is brought to the acute care center by his parents. The parents tell the nurse that Joshua has become very fussy, seems to be png at his right ear, and is running a fever. The nurse finds the infant’s temperature to be 100.2°F axillary. His weight is 7.7 kg and he is crying inconsolably. Joshua’s anterior fontanel is flat when he is crying and his skin feels hot to the touch and dry. Joshua’s mother tells the nurse that when the infant saw his physician 10 days ago he weighed 8.1 kg. (Learning Objective 3)

    a. Based on the data obtained during this assessment by the nurse, what interventions should the nurse expect to provide?

    b. What child/family teaching would the nurse be expected to provide?

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    Question 1

    Which of the following is an attribute found in most living organisms?

    Genes made from

    proteins

    Growth from inorganic materials

    Absorption of sunlight for energy

    Metabolic reaction

    Question 2

    Why is the scientific method used?

    To make observations about the world

    To determine absolute truth

    To distinguish good from evil in nature

    To establish moral codes that should be followed

    Question 3

    Which food is rich in complex carbohydrates?

    Pasta

    Table sugar

    Margarine

    Cheese

    Question 4

    What are nutrients that the human body requires in large quantities?

    Micronutrients

    Macronutrients

    Vitamins

    Minerals

    Question 5

    Which of the following is a lipid?

    Cellulose

    Cholesterol

    Sucrose

    Ribonucleic acid

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    A new quarry has been proposed for development near your home. As a

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    The Problem:

    A new quarry has been proposed for development near your home. As a

    concerned citizen you are determined to make sure that the least amount of environmental damage occurs from the development. If the impacts from the quarry are determined to be too detrimental then the project will be rejected.

    For this Perspective, consider that each member of your group is a local concerned citizen (and coincidentally an environmental scientist). Each member of the group will explain one different biophysical impact (e.g. wildlife, water, soil, etc.) that this quarry might have on the local and regional environment. You should coordinate between the group members before you post your final response on who in the group is doing which impact (an important component of community involvement in environmental issues is communication and teamwork). Your posting should include a paragraph that describes the possible impacts a quarry would have on your specific topic of the local environment (e.g. habitat loss).

    Posted below are links to several examples of quarries which include a short discussion of the environmental impacts, as well as citizen involvement that could help you for this Perspective.

    https://pubs.usgs.gov/of/2001/ofr-01-0484/ofr-01-0484so.pdf

    http://files.dnr.state.mn.us/publications/waters/hdraulic-impacts-of-quarries.pdf

    I will do WATER IMPACT!!!!!!

    Your posting should include a paragraph that describes the possible impacts a quarry would have on your specific topic of the local environment

    ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
    Impacts of a Quarry Institution:
    Students Name:
    Professor:
    Date: 1 Impacts of a Quarry
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    Noise is the unwanted sound judged to be loud, unpleasant and disruptive to…
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    Hello, I am a grade 11 high school student. I would like this biology assignment to be done just by giving me

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    The assignment: Mimicry is the similarity in appearance developed through evolution of one species to another that protects one or both. Most often, mimicry is developed as a form of defense. You will research one of the following organisms, and find the following information:1) The name of the species that is being mimicked

    2) The advantage of mimicry for your species

    3) Pictures

    The organism that is assigned to me is the zone-tailed hawk.

    Please do not use big words as I am only in high school, and please have this assignment ready on time. Thanks.

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    Name
    Institution ZONE-TAILED HAWK 2 Zone-Tailed Hawk
    Zone-tailed hawk is a mimic of the Turkey vuure. The flights of the Turkey vuure and
    that…
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    please help to solve the problems as the attachment? The problemsisthe algorithms of computer science

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    Choose the disorder that is congenital but NOT hereditary?

    1. A) Fetal alcohol

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  • B) Cystic fibrosis
  • C) Huntington disease
  • D) Albinism
  • Blood pressure readings are reported via

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    2. B) Diastolic pressure/systolic pressure
    3. C) Systolic pressure/diastolic pressure
    4. D) Peripheral resistance/lung output

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    Question

    GFP purification:

    1. What is the purpose of lysozyme in the GFP purification step 2?
    2. Why is

    Hydrophobic Interaction Chromatography chosen to purify GFP? Explain.

  • How can you confirm the purification of GFP from a crude mixture after performing Hydrophobic Interaction Chromatography? Explain.
  • Answer the following questions.

    1. Sex-linked genes exhibit unique patterns of inheritance. Assuming there is one X-linked recessive trait that can cause a disorder in people. If the mother is the carrier (XBXb)and the father is normal (XBY) (Note: B is the dominant allele; b is the recessive allele), what is the inheritance pattern of this X-linked recessive trait in the next generation? Use Punnett square to show your answer. Explain this inheritance pattern. (10 points)
    2. What is the role of an antibiotic resistance gene in the plasmid DNA? (10 points) (Hint: how can it help for bacterial transformation?)
    3. What is the purpose of heat shock during bacterial transformation? (10 points)
    4. Assuming you are doing restriction enzyme (EcoRI) digestion for your plasmid DNA followed by gel electrophoresis. You notice three distinct DNA bands (fragments) in your agarose gel. Is the DNA fragment closer to the positive electrode the shortest or the longest? Explain. (10 points)
    5. The blood type O- is the universal blood donor and the blood type AB+ is the universal blood recipient. Explain the reasons. (10 points) (-= Rh- and + = Rh+)
    6. Fill out the table (MCELLBI X15.1A-021 assignment 2 table.xlsx) to briefly summarize the key steps for GFP purification. (10 points)

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    Patho-physiology Limitation of airflow mainly due to broncho-constriction Airway edema Vascular congestion Luminal occlusion with exudate Reduction in forced expiratory volume in 1 s (FEV 1),…
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    COURSE NAME
    SUBMISSION DATE 2
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    kindly help answer the attached questions for chemistry

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    The following image depicts the calcium ion concentration of a cell and the solution it is placed in at 0 minutes

    Question

    The following image depicts the calcium ion concentration of a cell and the solution it is placed in at 0 minutes

    and 5 minutes:

    Which of the following statements best explains how calcium ions moved across the cell membrane?

    Calcium ions moved into the cell by active transport.

    Calcium ions moved into the cell by facilitated diffusion.

    Calcium ions moved out of the cell by active transport.

    Calcium ions moved out of the cell by facilitated diffusion.

    (MOD 2 MC)The following image depicts the calcium ion concentration of a cell and the solution it is placed in at 0 minutes and 5 minutes:
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    O Calcium ions moved into the cell by active transport.
    Calcium ions moved into the cell by facilitated diffusion.
    Calcium ions moved out of the cell by active transport.
    Calcium ions moved out of the cell by facilitated diffusion.
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    ISO, WEEE, RoHS and the DSD are examples of industry regulating itself. By

    Question

    Wow, alphabet soup this week, eh? ISO, WEEE, RoHS and the DSD are examples of industry regulating itself. By

    taking responsible actions, they may avoid legs and regs–legislation and associated regulation.

    Can corporations effectively reduce their environmental and human impact without oversight from the government (legislation and regulation)? Can ISO an effective tool to reduce negative environmental impacts and do it without interference from government?

    When industry self-regulates, corporations can avoid further regulations and legislation (legs and regs). This can also reduce the direct costs to governments. They save the cost of implementing regulations to manage corporate wastes, pollution, and behavior. This saves taxpayers the costs of operating government regulations. But is it an effective means to reduce negative impacts?

    What are your thoughts on industry self-regulation, can it work and who/what upholds the standards?

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    When senior leaders are involved in the change process what is the message that is sent to the

    Question

    When senior leaders are involved in the change process, what is the message that is sent to the

    organization?

    This is all I found. See below.

    Enlist Others: Kouzes and Posner in their research on Exemplary Leadership (articulated in their book, The Leadership Challenge), interviewed hundreds of leaders. They identified that exemplary leaders did 5 things: The first of those five is Model the Way. In their nearly 30 years of work with leaders, what they have found that leaders who model the way (walk their talk) are the ones that are considered exemplary leaders. While enlisting others involves communication, nothing communicates louder than the actions of leaders and the guiding coalition. If you say one thing and do another, you will lose the trust of the followers and infuse a hole in the change process that may not be able to be repaired.

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    Please help me with this Water Science and Environment assignment!!

    Diurnal fluctuations and evapotranspiration patterns.
    Arica city in Chile is the driest place in the world. It receives an average rainfall of 0.761mm annually. This
    is brought about by lack of…
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    Question

    Which is NOT true of traits such as depression, diabetes, heart disease and asthma?

    they are

    muifactorial in nature

    they resu from the interactions of muiple genes with the environment

    can each be diagnosed with a simple gene test

    can be expressed differently when two individuals carry identical genes related to the trait, but are exposed to differing environmental situations.

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    Question

    Subject: World Cuural Georgaphy

    Write a JOURNAL CRITIQUE with the following parts: Problem, Purpose,

    Methodology, Findings/Resu, Discussion, Recommendation, Implication References.

    Attached is the article for your basis to do the journal critique: Illegal Immigrants in the US Economy: A comparative analysis of Mexican and Non-Mexican Undocumented Workers

    I also attached an Article Summary and Critique Guide and I also attached a Journal Critique Sample to help you how to do it. Please avoid plagiarism. Paraphrase a sentence or paragraph. Write it in your own words. Thanks. A minimum of 4 to 6 pages journal critique is expected.

    Running head: JOURNAL CRITIQUE 1 Journal Critique PROBLEM JOURNAL CRITIQUE
    Illegal immigration has been quite a big problem to the United States. Studies carried out
    by journalist and social…
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    All organisms in an ecosystem are interrelated by the abiotic and biotic resources they use in the course of their

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    All organisms in an ecosystem are interrelated by the abiotic and biotic resources they use in the course of their

    lives.

    -Describe the relationships that exist among a mockingbird, caterpillar, milkweed, and soil in a particular ecosystem.

    -Discuss TWO examples of the impact of human population growth on abiotic components of the environment. For each example, explain how a change in the abiotic component will impact the biotic component of the biosphere

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