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literature review

The assignment is to write a scientific review paper on a chosen biological topic. 1) introduction 2) literature review 3) Analysis A- Results: Use of the past tense when referring to your results. The page length of your results section is guided by the amount and types of data to be reported. However, focus only on findings that are important and related to addressing the research problem. B- Discussion: The function of the Discussion is to interpret your results in light of what was already known about the subject of the investigation, and to explain our new understanding of the problem after taking your results into consideration. 4) References: APA Format or MLA Format Need 6 references General Rules for Research Paper Times Roman 12 Font Line Spacing Double Normal Margin Layout Write in third person (not me, you) Past tense

to interpret your results in light of what was already known about the subject of the investigation

1) introduction 2) Literature review 3) Analysis Results: Use of the past tense when referring to your results. The page length of your results section is guided by the amount and types of data to be reported. However, focus only on findings that are important and related to addressing the research problem. Discussion: The function of the Discussion is to interpret your results in light of what was already known about the subject of the investigation, and to explain our new understanding of the problem after taking your results into consideration. 4) References: APA Format or MLA Format Need 6 references General Rules for Research Paper Times Roman 12 Font Line Spacing Double Normal Margin Layout Write in third person (not me, you) Past tense

urethritis, cystitis, and pyelonephritis.

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PART I: Short Response Questions

Directions: Using proper APA format, please write a response to each of the following questions that is two to three paragraphs in length. Please visit the Academic Resource Center (ARC) for concise APA guidelines.

1. Briefly explain the following disorders: urethritis, cystitis, and pyelonephritis.

2. Name the three hormones that regulate urine volume. State where each is made and the specific effect each has on urine volume.

3. If a person were doing strenuous work on a hot day and perspiring heavily, would there be a great deal of ADH in the blood or very little? Explain your answer.

4. What factors influence the percentage of water in the body? Explain the effect of each factor.

5. Explain the relationship between pH and the relative concentration of hydrogen and hydroxide ions in a solution.

6. Explain how excessive vomiting causes metabolic alkalosis and explain why normal saline can be used to correct it.

primary care screening

Urinalysis is a common non-invasive component of primary care screening, pathology screening, and drug metabolite testing. Urine is often viewed as a waste product, but newer research suggests that urine can offer more insight into health.

Initial Post

Read Urinology Think Tank Writing Group.

Focus on the general concepts, as opposed to understanding every word. After completing the reading, answer the following question for your initial post: “What future insights may urine be able to offer us in health and wellness?”

Use the assigned article, with appropriate APA citations, to support your position with at least 5-6 sentences to support your case.

Genetically modified organisms (GMOs)

Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are used to create human growth hormone, insulin and clotting factor proteins that are used to treat dwarfism, diabetes and hemophilia respectively. Several crops such as corn and soybean have also been genetically modified in order to facilitate either the management or growth of these crops. Why do you think there is push back or opposition against the use of GM food crops but not in the use of products such as insulin, which is also created using GMOs?

Business of Being Born Response

Business of Being Born Response

· https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sCp9tiEiQEU

1. What was your perception of birth before watching this film?

2. Has your perception of birth changed since watching this film?

3. If you were pregnant, what would your birth plan look like?

 

 

Papers should be ABOUT 2-3 pages double spaced.