BIO 203 Class Presentations Create a 10 minute powerpoint presentation (that you will present in class) about a specific disease (you may choose any from Chapters 19, 20, 24, or 25 of our textbook; the only exception being you may not choose measles, polio, monkeypox, or pertussis). You should discuss the type of microbe that… Continue reading BIO 203 Class Presentations
Create a 10 minute powerpoint presentation (that you
1400 word essay about the importance of the microbiome, how it functions, how it helps our immunity, how it can be used in vaccinations and antibiotics.
I am focusing on (Autism) what is needed :(The most current) New Testing, genetic testing, genetic counseling,the breakdown of different disorders
Topic is on: Psuedomonas Aeruginosa (MUST USE THIS TOPIC) – 7 to 8 pages total – Apa 7th Edition – References within 5 years (Include at least 4 APA style references) ***MUST USE THE TEMPLATE FOR PAPER HEADINGS AND FORMATS***
This week you learned about the structures that make up microbial cells, and now it is time to share what you have learned! Choose one bacterial or eukaryotic cellular structure to describe. Then profile it for the class in a biological fact sheet. The fact sheet should include the following information:organelle description of the organelle… Continue reading Choose one bacterial or eukaryotic cellular structure to describe
Biochemical properties of Gram Negative bacteria Fill the table below. For your ease, the observations and interpretations are described below. You may use the same to fill the boxes.
***1) You should perform the experiment by following the instructions. You must create a phylogenetic tree and illustrate how to identify bacteria using their 16S rRNA sequencing. Answer the questions on page 174 after reading page 173 and the instructions. Then continue to page 175 and follow to the directions that are green-highlighted. Make sure… Continue reading Create a phylogenetic tree and illustrate how to identify bacteria using their 16S rRNA sequencing
Module 10 Homework Assignment Use the information presented in the module folder along with your readings from the textbook to answer the following questions. 1. Compare the difference between a point mutation and a frameshift mutation 2. Describe the different between vertical gene transfer and horizontal gene transfer: 3. What is conjugation? How can it… Continue reading Compare the difference between a point mutation and a frameshift mutation
Microbiology is the study of the biology of microscopic organisms – viruses, bacteria, algae, fungi, slime molds, and protozoa. The methods used to study and manipulate these minute and mostly unicellular organisms differ from those used in most other biological investigations.
Learning Goal: I’m working on a microbiology discussion question and need a reference to help me learn. Louis Pasteur said, “The role of the infinitely small in nature is infinitely large.” Explain what he meant, using examples of the roles of microorganisms in health, industry, and the environment. use apa style 2-3 references8 thorough sentences