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Which of the following is NOT a category of biological molecules?Select one:a.

Which of the following is NOT a category of biological molecules?Select one:a. lipidb. carbohydratec. proteind. amino acidWhich of the following scientists coined the term “cell”?Select one:a. Anton Van Leeuwenhoekb. Lamarckc. Robert Hooked. Alfred WallaceWhich of the following instruments is used to measure pH.Select one:a. pH meterb. balancec. graduated cylinderd. meter stickWhich of the following enzymes is not correctly paired with its substrate?Select one:a. amylase – starchesb. lipase – lipidsc. sucrase – nucleic acidsd. protease – proteinsIf an enzyme changes shape so much that it…

Perform at least one exercise for each major muscle group on a stability ball.

Perform at least one exercise for each major muscle group on a stability ball. On another day, perform the same exercises in a stationary position (i.e., not on a stability ball.) Report the following. List the exercises you performed. Were you able to use the same weight on the stability ball? If not, why do you think you could not use as much resistance? What populations would benefit from stability ball training? Are there certain individuals who should not use…

Unit 7 Assignment: The Immune SystemView a video introduction to the Assignment

Unit 7 Assignment: The Immune SystemView a video introduction to the Assignment by clicking here. Be sure to adjust your audio settings. A transcript of this video presentation is available in Course Resources.Unit outcomes addressed in this Assignment:Course outcome assessed with this Assignment:HS320-6: Explain the Immune System’s role in defense against microbial diseases and immune disorders.InstructionsRequirementsSubmitting Your AssignmentPut your Assignment in a Word document. Save it in a location and with the proper naming convention: username-HS320-section-unit7-Assignment.doc (username is your school username, section is your course section). When…

Indicate the statements that support the relationship between protein and struc

Indicate the statements that support the relationship between protein and structure 1.)A protein that unfolds or is incorrectly folded can use chaperones to correct the structure2.) when some proteins are denatured, with return of the normal environmental conditions they might refold3.) A protein’s final shape is determined by the secondary structure 4.) pH, temp and agitation can denature proteins rendering them active 5. ) A disease may occur if proteins don’t fold correctly Based on the reading I chose 2 & 4, did I…

Main Sequence FittingOpen up the Cluster Fitting Explorer. Note that the main s

Main Sequence FittingOpen up the Cluster Fitting Explorer. Note that the main sequence data for nearbystars whose distances are known are plotted by absolute magnitude in red on the HRDiagram. In the Cluster Selection Panel,choose the Pleiades cluster. The Pleiades dataare then added in apparent magnitude in blue.Note that the two y-axes are aligned, but thetwo main sequences don’t overlap due to thedistance of the Pleiades (since it is not 10parsecs away).If you move the cursor into the HRdiagram, the…

This advertisement is by the Children’s Defense Fund, an American child advocac

This advertisement is by the Children’s Defense Fund, an American child advocacy and research group. This message says “Cutting him off from the budget now cost all of us later.” The text warns that “eliminating early education investments now would increase his chances of going to prison later by up to 39 percent. And paying for that prison will cost us nearly three times more a year than it would have to cost to provide him with a quality early…

A wild-type trihybrid soybean plant is crossed to a pure-breeding soybean plant

A wild-type trihybrid soybean plant is crossed to a pure-breeding soybean plant with the recessive phenotypes pale leaf l, oval seed (r), and short height (t). The results of the three-point test cross are shown in the table. Traits not listed are wild type.PhenotypeNumberPale648Pale, oval64Pale, short10Pale, oval, short102Oval6Oval, short618Short84Wild type98total 1630What are the alleles on each homologous chromosome of the parental wild-type trihybrid soybean plant? Use L, R, and T to represent dominant alleles and l, r, and t for…

A 62.99 kg woman stands at the rim of a horizontal turntable having a moment of

A 62.99 kg woman stands at the rim of a horizontal turntable having a moment of inertia of 495 kg·m^2 and a radius of 2.00 m. The turntable is initially at rest and is free to rotate about a frictionless, vertical axle through its center. The woman then starts walking around the rim clockwise (as viewed from above the system) at a constant speed of 1.50 m/s relative to the Earth.(a) In what direction (clockwise or counterclockwise) and with what…

Write down all of the pertinent available information for 50oN, 170oW that can

Write down all of the pertinent available information for 50oN, 170oW that can be derived from the five figures (at least 3 data types). . (4 pts.)Location Name: ………………………………………………(State Ocean name and Hemisphere)Season ____________ (Jan – March)                     Season ____________ (July – Sept.)Data type1:                                                                                       Data type1:        Data type2:                                                                                       Data type2:        Data type3:                                                                                       Data type3:

For this assignment, read the article by Labrague, L. & McEnroe-Petitte, D. (20

For this assignment, read the article by Labrague, L. & McEnroe-Petitte, D. (2016). Influence of music on preoperative anxiety and physiological parameters in women undergoing gynecologic surgery. Clinical Nursing Research, 25(2), 157-173, listed in the resource section for this week. Prepare a 250-300-word post discussing the strengths and weaknesses of the sampling method used in this study and if the sampling method promoted reliable and valid results. Include in the discussion if there is anything the researcher could have done…