DQ1 1) A.W                            Re: Topic 3 DQ 1 Endergonic and exergonic reactions are

DQ1 1) A.W Re: Topic 3 DQ 1 Endergonic and exergonic reactions are opposite reactions in terms of how energy is used to start the reaction. The change in Gibbs free energy tells you which one of the two reactions it is. In endergonic reactions energy needs to be absorbed in for the reaction to… Continue reading DQ1
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DQ1 1) AW            Re: Topic 6 DQ 1 Blood in our body helps to deliver nutrients an

DQ1 1) AW Re: Topic 6 DQ 1 Blood in our body helps to deliver nutrients and oxygen across the whole body. All our cells need different nutrients and oxygen in order to function. Blood is moved through the body by different systems that can be split again into two. Pulmonary circulation takes place between… Continue reading DQ1
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Blood in our body helps to deliver nutrients an

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DQ1 1) Most homeostatic mechanisms are controlled with a negative feedback loop.

DQ1 1) Most homeostatic mechanisms are controlled with a negative feedback loop. Explain why this mechanism may be more efficient at maintaining homeostasis as compared to positive feedback mechanisms. Provide examples of both to illustrate your point. DQ2 2) What is osmoregulation and how does this mechanism help to maintain homeostasis in mammals?-

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DQ 1 1) Describe the circulation of blood through the human body. How is pulmona

DQ 1 1) Describe the circulation of blood through the human body. How is pulmonary circulation different from system circulation? DQ 2 2) t is often recommended during long international flights that customers take a few moments each hour to leave their seats and walk around. Why might this be especially recommended for someone who… Continue reading DQ 1
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discuss the male reproductive passageway starting from the sperm formation in th

discuss the male reproductive passageway starting from the sperm formation in the testis until the ejaculation including all organs and accessory organs involved in the formation of the semen Points to cover: -Names of all structures included -The correct sequence of structures -The function of each part Please elaborate and write all relevant information brief… Continue reading discuss the male reproductive passageway starting from the sperm formation in th

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Deliverable 03 – Humanities (Test-Out Sophia Replacement) Competency Formulate,

Deliverable 03 – Humanities (Test-Out Sophia Replacement) Competency Formulate express and support individual perspectives on diverse works and issues. Instructions You will act as a critic for some of the main subjects covered in the humanities. You will conduct a series of short evaluative critiques of film philosophy literature music and myth. You will respond… Continue reading Deliverable 03 – Humanities (Test-Out Sophia Replacement)
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Critical thinking is the process of actively applying analyzing and evaluating i

Critical thinking is the process of actively applying analyzing and evaluating information gathered from observation experience or communication and can be a guide to belief and action. In order to complete this assignment I would like you to complete an annotated bibliography and opinion paper on any topic covered by this class. Consult the PowerPoints… Continue reading Critical thinking is the process of actively applying analyzing and evaluating i

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Compose 400 words  or more discussion to respond the following: In anatomical ter

Compose 400 wordsor more discussion to respond the following: In anatomical term where is the heart located? Name the three of the that make up the wall of the heart. What is the function of each layer? Name the four chamber of the heart and the valves associated with them. List the principal structures of… Continue reading Compose 400 words  or more discussion to respond the following:
In anatomical ter

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Compose 400 words  or more discussion to respond the following: What are the over

Compose 400 wordsor more discussion to respond the following: What are the overall functions of the respiratory system? Name the principal organs of the upper and lower respiratory system. What is meant by the term Bronchial Tree? How many lobes are in the right and left lung? What is the term of pulmonary ventilation? Mention… Continue reading Compose 400 words  or more discussion to respond the following:
What are the over

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Compose 400 words  or more discussion to respond the following: What is the diffe

Compose 400 wordsor more discussion to respond the following: What is the difference between adaptive and innate immunity? What is a cytokine? Mention examples of cytokines. Why are the skin and mucous membranes together called the body ´s first line of defense? What is the difference between inherited and acquired immunity? What is the difference… Continue reading Compose 400 words  or more discussion to respond the following:
What is the diffe

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