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This is 1 Assignment with 4 Parts Part 1: Read the Instruction Carefully. Part 2

This is 1 Assignment with 4 Parts
Part 1: Read the Instruction Carefully.
Part 2: 2 and 3 is basiclly Respone to the text with new information that wasnt included.1-2 Paragraph
Part 3: 3 and 2 is basiclly Respone to the text with new information that wasnt included. 1-2 Paragrapgh
Part 4: https://youtu.be/fsWr0LfM_uQ
I WILL ADD PART 3

please follow instruction. How to Critique It can be a little overwhelming try

please follow instruction.
How to Critique
It can be a little overwhelming trying to critique an article when you’re not sure where to start, however considering the article under the following headings may be of some use:
Title of Study/Research
You may be a better judge of this after reading the article, but the title should succinctly reflect the content of the work, stimulating reader’s interest.
Keywords
Three to six keywords that encapsulate the main topics of the research will have been drawn from the body of the article.
Introduction
This should include:
• Evidence of a literature review that is relevant and recent, critically appraising
other works, not merely describing them
• Background information to the study, to orientate the reader to the problem
• Hypothesis or aims of the study
• Rationale for the study that justifies its need, i.e. to explore an un-investigated
gap in the literature.
Materials and Methods
Similar to a recipe, the description of materials and methods will allow others to replicate the study elsewhere if needed. It should both contain and justify the exact specifications of selection criteria, sample size, response rate and any statistics used. This will demonstrate how the study is capable of achieving its aims. Things to consider in this section are:
• Are all techniques explained in such a way that you can replicate the experiment? For example, if antibodies are used, are the dilutions provided?
• How many times was each experiment performed? • Were there any obvious biases?
Results
Results should be statistically analyzed and presented in a way that the average reader of the journal will understand. Graphs and tables should be clear and promote clarity of the text. Consider whether:
• There were any major omissions in the results, which could indicate bias
• Percentages have been used to disguise small sample sizes
• The data generated is consistent with the data collected
Negative results are just as relevant as research that produces positive results
Discussion
This should show insight into the meaning and significance of the research findings. It should not introduce any new material, but should address how the aims of the study have been met. The discussion should use previous research work and theoretical concepts as the context in which the new study can be interpreted. Any limitations of the study, including bias, should be clearly presented. You will need to evaluate whether the author has clearly interpreted the results of the study, or whether the results could be interpreted another way.
Conclusions
These should be clearly stated and will only be valid if the study was reliable, valid and used a representative sample size. There may also be recommendations for further research.
References
These should be relevant to the study, be up to date, and should provide a comprehensive list of citations within the text.
Final Thoughts
Undertaking a critique of a research article may seem challenging at first, but will help you to evaluate whether the article has relevance to your own practice and workplace. Reading a single article can act as a springboard into researching the topic more widely and aids in ensuring your nursing practice remains current and is supported by existing literature.
Marshall, G 2005, ‘Critiquing a Research Article’, Radiography, vol. 11, pp. 55-9.
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1. We know fungi are eukaryotic (have membrane-bound nucleus and organelles). Ex

1. We know fungi are eukaryotic (have membrane-bound nucleus and organelles). Explain three unique ways fungi are different from other microbes (algae, protozoans, bacteria and archaea). Compare things like cell walls, cell membranes, morphology, reproduction, life cycles. (Words to use in your answer include chitin, cellulose, peptidoglycan, pseudopeptidoglycan, ergosterol, hopanoids, cholesterol,mycelium, hyphae, multinucleate, multicellular, unicellular, nutritional needs, environmental needs, chemoheterotrophy, saprobes, parasites, free-living, reproductive strategies, spores).
2. Algae and protozoans are loosely grouped together as protists and are different from plants because they lack certain characteristics of plants. Explain what differentiates algae from plants and two ways they are different from protozoans. Talk about algae being part of our environment and how algae may positively or negatively impact our health or the environment.
(Words to use in your answer: cell wall, cell membrane, chloroplast, plankton, single-cell, multicellular, red tide, toxins, agar, phytoplankton, reproduction, motility, nutrition, feeding strategy
3. Discuss the similarities and differences between animal and bacterial virus multiplication.
(Words/concepts to include in your answer: attachment, adsorption, penetration, uncoating, synthesis, assembly, persistence, lysogeny, latency, release)

Choose the system that most interests you: Integumentary From this system, choos

Choose the system that most interests you: Integumentary
From this system, choose an organ on which you wish to become an expert. You will present on this system to a (hypothetical) student who is entering BIO 201 and does not know anything about the system.
Decide the format of your presentation (PowerPoint with some pictures and notes.
Project Presentation (Module 5)
Create a presentation on your chosen organ that includes the following:
Name of the system
Name of the organ
Anatomical location: Use directional terms to describe the location such as superior to, inferior to, anterior, etc.
Anatomical description: Include only the anatomical description; do not include any function or microscopic description.
Types of cells and tissues present in the organ: Just include a microscopic description; do not include anything else.
Functions of the organ: This is to describe the physiology. Do not discuss any anatomical description.
Homeostasis: Discuss how the organ you have chosen responds to maintain homeostasis in the body.
Prediction: Predict the types of problems that would occur in this organ if it could not maintain homeostasis.
Disease: Mention a specific disease that affects the organ, and describe the anatomical and functional changes that occur in that organ.

Submit your literature review here by 11:59 PM on 5 December 2021. Please follow

Submit your literature review here by 11:59 PM on 5 December 2021. Please follow all submission guidelines and thoroughly check your work before submission.
A thorough description of the assignment can be found here.
A list of databases and search engines is available here.
A timeline for completion of the assignment is posted here.
Your final submission will be checked for plagiarism using Turnitin software. If your Turnitin score is above 20% (not counting references) I will check your paper for evidence of plagiarism. If I find sufficient evidence of plagiarized content you will receive a provisional score of 0, and I will email you the Turnitin report. Based on the report, you may make changes to your draft and re-submit your paper a second time. If your draft fails the 20% cutoff a second time, your score will be confirmed as a 0.
COVID-19 Literature Review – Main page
The literature review is your primary writing assignment for this semester. You will review the current literature on COVID-19 and write a well-focused, scholarly paper on any one aspect of the disease.
Your paper must be written in APA format and contain in-text citations (in Author, Date format) and a references page. For information on the APA format, as well as writing tips, click here
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Your paper can be anywhere from 3-10 pages long (not counting the cover page, abstract, and reference pages). The length of the paper is a secondary consideration. Your score will be primarily influenced by:
– The focus of the paper (the narrower and clearer it is, the higher you score)
– How well your review addresses the focus of your paper
– The extent of your analysis (deep vs. superficial)
– How good are your sources (reliable, relevant sources are a must)
– How well is your paper written (ideas flow coherently, no spelling or grammatical mistakes, correctly formatted)
The paper is due by 11:59 PM on 9 July. You are responsible for submitting your paper on time and for the quality of your work.
Links to databases and search engines can be found here.
copy of Databases and search engines
COVID-19 Literature Review – Databases and Search Engines
Below you will find links to free databases and search engines that you can use to access reliable sources of information on COVID-19.
MERLOT: https://www.merlot.org/merlot/index.htm
(Links to an external site.)
PubMed: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/
(Links to an external site.)
LitCovid: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/research/coronavirus/
(Links to an external site.)
UpToDate: https://www.uptodate.com/home/covid-19-access
(Links to an external site.)
MGH FLARE: https://www.massgeneral.org/news/coronavirus/treatment-guidance/fast-literature-updates
(Links to an external site.)
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/
(Links to an external site.)
JSTOR: https://www.jstor.org/

In the chapter last week, and this week, you learned about several types of sens

In the chapter last week, and this week, you learned about several types of sensory processing.
Please answer the following questions. You will not be able to see other students’ posts until you complete your own INITIAL post.
INITIAL POST
1) What was your favorite sense to learn about? Please explain
2) What do you think was the most important thing you learned about sensory perception that may apply to your life or to understanding other people’s lives or experiences in the world? Did you learn this from the readings or a supplemental material

1. Construct a paragraph describing the interrelationship among the microbial pa

1. Construct a paragraph describing the interrelationship among the microbial pathogen, the affected host, and potential antimicrobial drugs in the development of an appropriate chemotherapeutic treatment.
2.A critically ill patient enters your emergency room, exhibiting signs and symptoms of severe septic shock. In this case, should you immediately begin treatment with a broad-spectrum drug or a narrow-spectrum drug? Explain your answer and discuss any possible consequences of using either drug in the patient.
3. Amphotericin B is often referred to as “Amphi-Terrible” in medical settings due to its effects in treated patients. Describe when this drug should be prescribed, and provide a biological reason for its damaging activity on host cells. HAART, or highly active antiretroviral therapy, is currently recommended for the treatment of HIV and involves the administration of three or more medicines at one time. Explain why this combined therapy approach is more effective than single drug treatment in the management of HIV infection, providing current evidence to support your answer.
4. Antibiotic-resistance genes, as well as other virulence factor genes, are easily passed between bacterial cells through horizontal gene transfer. Conduct additional research on New Delhi metallo-beta-lactamase 1 strains of bacteria, and explain why medical tourism poses a serious threat to the spread of this organism. Provide evidence to support your explanation.