Biology Question

write a 2-page essay on the significance of thiamine in human metabolism and medicine. Your essay must identify relevant thiamine-dependent enzymes, reactions and pathways as well as related disorders.
You must give detailed and well-explained answers to the assignment questions for each module. – you must be very convincing with your answers!
All assignment submissions should be consistent with the following;
• Length of assignment – Not more than 2 pages
o The title and reference pages are excluded from the page count. No abstract is needed.
• Format of assignment – AMA
• Number of citations – At least 3
• Acceptable sources – Peer-reviewed Journal articles and textbooks

Biology Question

Please follow the instructions below and use U.S.A English and semple language.
The Greatest Show on Earth Papers (Dawkins Papers) should be typed in font of Arial with a font size of 12 and double-spaced with 1-inch margins.
All papers must be submitted as a Microsoft Word document.
Each chapter should be summarized in a minimum of two pages. So, Dawkins Paper 1 should be at least 6 pages in length (Chs. 1,2,3).
These papers should be written without quotes and absolutely no plagiarism!
The purpose of these papers is to demonstrate a written understanding of the topics of Richard Dawkins’ book: The Greatest Show on Earth.
These are NOT opinion papers. Students should summarize the scientific content of this book in their own words.
If any of these papers are turned in late for any reason, you will receive a 40% deduction.
Refer to the When Assignments are Due folder, located within the Course Overview module, for the due dates for all assignments, including the Dawkins papers.
Dawkins Paper 1 should be uploaded into this dropbox which is linked to Turnitin, which uses a software program to check for plagiarism.
Students can find the Similarity Report for this paper under Progress and then click Assignments.
All papers are required to have a Similarity Report below 20%.
All papers are required to use the APA title page format.
Students are required to provide chapter titles with the corresponding chapter numbers which should be bolded.

SOC101 Chapter 2

Hello,
I need help in sociology.
SIH Chapter 2: Have you ever seen a person’s culture affect their healthcare or their health outcome? Remember that culture can include elements of religion, ethnicity, even the lack or abundance of education. Has your culture ever affected your healthcare? Consider treatment options and follow–up and adherence as well.
Chapter 2 – Subcultures: Are you a member of any subcultures? Which one(s)? Why do you think your group is a subculture? What is your group’s relationship to the mainstream culture?
Chapter 2 – Sapir–Whorf Hypothesis: Give two examples of how the Safir–Whorf Hypothesis impacts our perceptions of the world. Feel free to do independent research on this topic, making sure you cite your source.
Each question should have its answer.
Please answered before 5 P.M. if you can.
Here is the CHAPTER 2 document:
file:///C:/Users/lenovo/OneDrive – Cabarrus College/Documents/Down To Earth Sociology 14Th Edition Introductory Reading Fourteenth Edition Chapter 2.pdf

Biology Homework

1: Chapter 4 Homework part 1:https://deanza.instructure.com/courses/23841/quizz…
2: Chapter 4 Homework part 2: https://deanza.instructure.com/courses/23841/quizz…
3: Lab3:https://deanza.instructure.com/courses/23841/quizz…
4: Discussion:The Weekly Discussion Forum/Thread is a great place for you to learn from each other and to connect the material we are learning to world around you. I encourage you to actively participate here in a positive and encouraging manner.
Instructions
Click the “Reply” box below.
Type your discussion post. (1-3 paragraphs)
Discussion Questions:
1. Describe how homeostasis plays a role in every day activities.
2. Share a link to a website or animation or video that illustrates a course concept from this weeks course material. (i) First write down the concept, (ii) then paste the link, and finally (iii) write a brief comment on how the medium you have chosen makes the illustrates the concept (or why you liked, or chose it).
By the end of the day, respond to at least two of your fellow student’s posts by clicking “reply” below their posts. Then commenting on their post, make a suggestion, or ask a follow-up question.
Posts and Reply Guidelines
Your post should: (1) respond to questions posed. (2) be written in full sentences with few grammatical or spelling errors.
Your replies should: (1) refer to and add a personal perspective to post you are replying. 2) be written in full sentences with few grammatical or spelling errors.
As an example, read my “meet your instructor” post.

Lab: Diffusion

Materials:
• camera
• celery (3 stalks, 5-10 cm in length, they must all be the same size)
• metric ruler
• 3 containers (clear glasses, all the same size, must hold at least 1 cup water)
• glass bowl
• water (distilled is best, but tap water will do)
• razor blade or sharp knife
• something to stir with (knife, fork, spoon)
Procedure:
1. Label the three containers:“water”“saline”“salt water”
2. Fill each of the three containers with 1 cup of water.
3. Add ½ teaspoon of salt to the container labeled “saline.”Mix the solution until you no longer see the salt granules.
4. Add 5 teaspoons of salt to the container labeled “salt water.”Mix the solution until you no longer see the salt granules.
5. Put some water in the glass bowl. While holding the bottom end of the celery stalks under the water in the bowl, cut off the bottom two centimeters of the stalk.
6. Quickly place one freshly cut celery stalk intoeach container (cut end down).
7. Record the Start Time on the Data Table at the end of this handout.
8. Allow the celery to remain in room temperature water for up to 24 hours.
9. Record the condition of the celery (firm, soft) every 2 hoursfor 10 hours. Also record the condition of the celery at 24 hours.

discussion

Life Science (2 post minimum) Create your initial post on the DQ 1 Discussion Board in response to the following question:
Describe a key concept in the “Understanding a Controlled Experiment” video and pose a question to your peers about it.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cjdo7EHohN8 (Links to an external site.)

discussion

Life Science (2 post minimum) Create your initial post on the DQ 1 Discussion Board in response to the following question:
Describe a key concept in the “Understanding a Controlled Experiment” video and pose a question to your peers about it.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cjdo7EHohN8 (Links to an external site.)

vocabulary

Vocabulary 1: Science
[ˈjärɡən] – special words or expressions that are used by a particular profession or group and are difficult for others to understand: “science jargon”
Glossaries you can use:
Biology
Chemistry
Search and report the definitions of the 10 vocabulary terms (as used in science) in a document upload. Paraphrase the meanings.
Define:
independent variable
dependent variable
standardized variable
control group
experimental group
hypothesis
qualitative
quantitative
inference
Observation
This assignment must be typed and submitted electronically in MS Word (.docx or .pdf) format. The file must be named in the following format: Lastname_VocabularyAssignment1. Submit your completed document to Vocabulary Assignment 1, listed on the Modules and Assignments pages, as a file attachment.

In the nineteenth century, scientists disagreed over the origin of specific living things’ growth. Write an essay comparing spontaneous

In the nineteenth century, scientists disagreed over the origin of specific living things’ growth.

Write an essay comparing spontaneous and biogenesis theories. Proponents of each theory carried experiments to prove their hypotheses right. Detail these experiments.

Use APA guidelines for proper citations.
Essay’s minimum words: 500

I need help answering these two questions with citations (apa format)

1. How (what is the procedure) do you make a cell that does not normally express a fluorescent protein like GFP, express a fluorescently tagged endogenous protein (like tubulin) and glow green? I want some detail in this answer. You can use an image or diagram but explain what you are showing me. Cite your source2. Why is it that GFP fluoresces green?