Your responses are double-spaced 2. You use appropriate in-text citations 3. Wor

Your responses are double-spaced 2. You use appropriate in-text citations 3. Works cited or reference sheet, alphabetized by author’s last name – web links ARE NOT sufficient 4. Indented paragraphs 5. Font size / type (12 pt / Times New Roman) 6. Third-person (except where your opinion is asked) 7. 1″ margins 6-8 pages  these …

Savannah Phillips posted Sep 28, 2021 9:55 AMSubscribe It is essential to the gr

Savannah Phillips posted Sep 28, 2021 9:55 AMSubscribe It is essential to the growth of any organism that it’s cells undergo the process of mitosis. During mitosis, a cell is replicated exactly so that an organism can grow and get bigger. Think about it, children must replicate cells in order to grow, a fully grown …

Unit 6 Discussion: Mitosis Contains unread postsAlicia Jackson posted Oct 10, 20

Unit 6 Discussion: Mitosis Contains unread postsAlicia Jackson posted Oct 10, 2021 6:49 PMSubscribe Mitosis is a process where one cell divides into two identical daughter cells. The purpose of mitosis is growth and to restore worn out cells.  During the mitosis if the cell is not corrected in time it can change the DNA …

Assignment 2: My Personal Ecology Story Post your assignment to the Submissions

Assignment 2: My Personal Ecology Story Post your assignment to the Submissions Area for grading by the instructor by the due date assigned The minimum length for this assignment is 1,200 words. Be sure to check your Turnitin report for your post and to make corrections before the deadline of 11:59 pm Mountain Time of the …

Davis, D. P., & National Research Council. (2002). Emerging Animal Diseases: Glo

Davis, D. P., & National Research Council. (2002). Emerging Animal Diseases: Global Markets, Global Safety: Workshop Summary. National Academies Press. (Chapters 2-5). https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/novasoutheastern/reader.action?docID=3375332&ppg=1 (Links to an external site.) Discussion Question: Animal Diseases (5 points) How would you characterize the term “emerging diseases”? Identify a current emerging disease and discuss how it could be harmful to the …

Experimental management follows the scientific method. Search in the scholarly l

Experimental management follows the scientific method. Search in the scholarly literature for an article on an experimental project focusing on wildlife, preferably the wildlife species you selected for your wildlife management plan (but not required). Report on the who, what, where, when, why, and how of the study. Clearly identify the hypothesis and whether they …

Plant Diseases (10 points). For this assignment identify and research a plant re

Plant Diseases (10 points). For this assignment identify and research a plant related disease and describe the following: crop affected where the crop is located the type of infectious agent infectious agent’s effect on the crop economic impacts summary of example(s) of a large-scale outbreak Summarize your results. Should be at least two pages not …

Homework #5 – EVSP330 – Fish and Wildlife Policies, Programs, and Issues Please

Homework #5 – EVSP330 – Fish and Wildlife Policies, Programs, and Issues Please respond to each question below. Cited sources, including textbook references ARE REQUIRED. Question 1. Why should wildlife managers monitor species? What types of measures should be monitored? When should data be collected and for how long? (25 points)  References Question 2. Why …

Provide an overview of an invasive plant or animal species that has become a pro

Provide an overview of an invasive plant or animal species that has become a problem. How or why was it introduced? What impact is it having on natural communities? What control measures are being taken? What recommendations or conclusions can you make from this particular invasive species problem?  Kudzu in Eastern Ky

The human beta-2 adrenergic receptor functions in cell membranes where it binds

The human beta-2 adrenergic receptor functions in cell membranes where it binds epinephrine and sends a signal inside the cell to trigger various responses. Describe which parts of the cell would be involved in the production of this protein and what would happen at each of those cell parts.