Differentiate between genetics and genomics. Articulate how nurses can be involved in policy making in the field of genomics. How can research in the field be tied to practice? Identify organizations that are open to nurses in the field of genomics.
create a maps or diagram, showing the methods reproductive bacteria, protozoa, fungi, helminthes, and viruses. (cover mitosis, asexual reproduction and sexual reproduction).
Write a one to two (1-2) page research proposal in which you:
Identify the topic you selected and explain two (2) reasons for using it.
Include a defensible, relevant thesis statement in the first paragraph.
Describe three (3) major characteristics of your audience (official position, decision-making power, current view on topic, other important characteristic).
Describe the paper’s scope and outline the major sections.
Identify and explain the questions to be answered.
Explain your research plan, including the methods of researching and organizing research.
Document at least three (3) primary sources and three (3) secondary sources. Use credible, academic sources available through Strayer University’s Resource Center. Note: Wikipedia and other Websites do not qualify as academic resources.
Your assignment must follow these formatting guidelines:
Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required page length.
The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:
Recognize the elements and correct use of a thesis statement.
Write a research proposal that states the claim and scope of the research project.
Outline the main sections of the research project.
Devise an ordered research plan to obtain appropriate resources.
Write clearly and concisely about selected topics using proper writing mechanics.
Use technology and information resources to research selected issues for this course.
Only credible and reputable sites and sources should be used.
a.Discuss the different phases of the cell cycle. At which part of the cell cycle would you expect that a change in regulation could result in cancer? How is the cancer cell cycle different from a normal cell cycle? Provide a rationale for your answer.
Provide a brief, general description of your topic.
What principles of heredity apply to this topic? Briefly explain. These topics can include: Mendelian genetics, mitosis, meiosis, gene linkage, or the chromosomal basis of inheritance.
What principles of molecular genetics apply to this topic? Briefly explain. These topics can include: DNA structure and replication, transcription, translation, genomics, or genetic manipulations.
What principles of genetic variation apply to this topic? Briefly explain.
Discuss the bioethical issues related to this topic. Briefly explain.
Directions: Please answer each of the following questions. Please ensure that your responses are at least 3 to 5 sentences in length.
1. What is chemosynthesis?
2. For glycolysis, the Krebs cycle, and the electron-transport system, list two molecules that enter and two molecules that leave each pathway.
3. Why are there different end products from different forms of fermentation? What are these end products?
4. Describe how carbohydrates, fats, and proteins can be interconverted from one to another.
5. Photosynthesis is a biochemical pathway that involves three kinds of activities. Name these activities and explain how they are related to each other.
6. How do photosystem I and photosystem II differ in the kinds of reactions that take place?
7. Even though animals do not photosynthesize, they rely on the sun for their energy. Explain this concept.
8. What is the value of a plant that has more than one kind of photosynthetic pigment?
9. Aerobic cellular respiration occurs in three stages. Name these stages and briefly describe what happens in each stage.
10. How is aerobic cellular respiration different in prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms?
PART II: ESSAY
Directions: Write a 1 to 2 page, double-spaced paper in 12 pt. font in response to the following question. Find one article using AAU’s LIRN (library) to use as support. Please use APA format. Please visit the Academic Resource Center for an effective guide on how use LIRN and for concise APA guidelines.
Explain the Krebs cycle process. Why is the Krebs cycle so important for our bodies? Why do many body builders study this process?
Explain the process of photosynthesis and why it is important. What happens during photosynthesis in areas that have a change of seasons?
Couple 1 comes into your office. The husband has normal vision; the wife is heterozygous for the color-blindness allele.
What percentage of Couple 1’s male offspring will be color blind? What percentage of their female offspring will be color blind?
Couple 2 comes into your office. The husband is color blind; the wife is homozygous for the normal vision allele.
What percentage of Couple 2’s male and female offspring will be color blind?
Couple 3 comes into your office. The husband is color blind; the wife is heterozygous for the color-blindness allele.
What percentage of Couple 3’s male and female offspring will be color blind?
Review the results you obtained for the female offspring of the three couples.
Based on your results for the female offspring, predict whether color blindness is a dominant or recessive trait. Explain your reasoning.
Complete the Punnett squares below to determine the possible genotypes of each couple’s male and female offspring. (X represents the normal color vision allele. X represents the color-blindness allele. Y represents the Y chromosome, which does not carry the color-vision gene.)
Review the results you obtained for the female offspring of all three couples. Then, look at the female offspring (the offspring with two X chromosomes) in your three Punnett squares.
What genotype must a female child have in order to be color blind?
Review the results you obtained for the male offspring of all three couples. Then, look at the male offspring (the offspring with a Y chromosome) in your three Punnett squares.
What genotype must a color-blind male have? Explain.
Think it over
Explain why color blindness occurs more commonly in males than females.
Think it over
Based on your Punnett squares, determine whether a son can inherit color blindness from his father. Explain your reasoning.
Read the following chapters in the Microbiology etext available att https://www.boundless.com/microbiology/textbooks/boundless-microbiology-textbook/
Chapter 1: Introduction to Microbiology
Section 1: Introduction to Microbiology
Section 3: The Science of Microbiology
In 1–2 paragraphs, describe Koch’s Postulates and briefly summarize his contributions to the field of Microbiology.
Describe in your own words the homeostatic mechanism that regulates body temperature.
Explain how your body will react to maintain body temperature.
Describe the stimulus, receptors, integrator, and effector and the tissue types involved in the body’s response.
Be sure to identify and describe at least two physiologic responses that will occur to help maintain a normal body temperature.
Identify whether the homeostatic mechanism is a negative or positive feedback