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Kindly answer and explain each question in detail in word document.

Kindly answer and explain each question in detail in word document. Thank you. The blue ones are the mutated ones and the black outlined ones are control groups.

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The topic is laparoscopic artificial insamination in small and large ruminants

You will review and write an essay in 5 pages (no more pages), typed, 1.5 spaced, 1’ margins) in your own language on any animal biotechnology related topic of your choice (topic can be obtained from popular press, producer publication, bulletins, journals, internet search etc.). The topic is Laparoscopic Artificial Insamination in small and large ruminants

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No title page.

PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLE FORMAT FOR LAB REPORT (example given in links provided)
Times New roman 12 font
3 page limit. No title page. 1 inch margins double spaced.

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Human immunodeficiency virus (hiv) preferentially destroys cd4+ cells.

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) preferentially destroys CD4+ cells. Specifically, what effect does this have on antibody and cell-mediated immunity?

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Watch the following link from cbs news: how-3d-printing-could-revolutionize-burn-treatment

Watch the following link from CBS NEWS: How-3d-printing-could-revolutionize-burn-treatment
Based on the video and what you have learned in this week’s chapter on tissue and body systems, discuss for or against 3D printing in bioengineering tissue for medical purposes. Make sure to think about all four types of tissue studied this week: epithelial tissue, muscles, connective tissue (blood, bone, fat, cartilage, ligaments…), and nervous tissue.

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***** please review my uploads****

Search for and choose a scientific article published in the popular press (News sources that you regularly seek out; more about this in class) that deals with any topic covered up to that point during lecture (see schedule “AR”).
In a one-page minimum review, your written response will include two sections. The first part will be a brief one or two paragraph summary of your chosen article. In the second section explain how the article is related to topics covered in class. Include in your discussion why you chose it. Using information learned in class, state your opinion regarding the accuracy of the premise and the strength of the conclusions in the article and defend your opinion.
The chosen article has to have been published since 2010. Reviews should be 1 page minimum in length and no longer than 2 pages (not including citation).
The formatting is standard margins, 1.5 spacing and 12-point font. You will upload your review to Canvas by the date and time stated or it will be considered late and points deducted. Quality of content and adherence to instructions will also influence your score.
Include a standard citation method of your choice.
For example: Author. Date. Title. Source. Link (if applicable)
Dyer et al. 2012. Novel insights into tritrophic interaction diversity and chemical ecology using 16 years of volunteer supported research. American Entomologist 58:15-19.
***** PLEASE REVIEW MY UPLOADS****
My professor gave me feed back on my last article review

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Eye on ethics: feeding the world

Eye on Ethics: Feeding the World
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Feeding the World…and the World’s Algae
Artificial fertilizers have become an important tool in food production around the world. They are responsible for many of the gains of the so-called green revolution of the 20th century, which has allowed the planet to feed many of its more than 7 billion people. Artificial fertilizers provide nitrogen and phosphorus, key limiting nutrients, to crop plants, removing the normal barriers that would otherwise limit the rate of growth. Thus, fertilized crops grow much faster, and farms that use fertilizer produce higher crop yields.
However, careless use and overuse of artificial fertilizers have been demonstrated to have significant negative impacts on aquatic ecosystems, both freshwater and marine. Fertilizers that are applied at inappropriate times or in too-large quantities allow nitrogen and phosphorus compounds to escape use by crop plants and enter drainage systems. Inappropriate use of fertilizers in residential settings can also contribute to nutrient loads, which find their way to lakes and coastal marine ecosystems. As water warms and nutrients are plentiful, microscopic algae bloom, often changing the color of the water because of the high cell density.
Most algal blooms are not directly harmful to humans or wildlife; however, they can cause harm indirectly. As the algal population expands and then dies, it provides a large increase in organic matter to the bacteria that live in deep water. With this large supply of nutrients, the population of nonphotosynthetic microorganisms explodes, consuming available oxygen and creating “dead zones” where animal life has virtually disappeared.
Depletion of oxygen in the water is not the only damaging consequence of some algal blooms. The algae that produce red tides in the Gulf of Mexico, Karenia brevis, secrete potent toxins that can kill fish and other organisms and also accumulate in shellfish. Consumption of contaminated shellfish can cause severe neurological and gastrointestinal symptoms in humans. Shellfish beds must be regularly monitored for the presence of the toxins, and harvests are often shut down when it is present, incurring economic costs to the fishery. Cyanobacteria, which can form blooms in marine and freshwater ecosystems, produce toxins called microcystins, which can cause allergic reactions and liver damage when ingested in drinking water or during swimming. Recurring cyanobacterial algal blooms in Lake Erie (Figure 9.30 (Links to an external site.)) have forced municipalities to issue drinking water bans for days at a time because of unacceptable toxin levels.
This is just a small sampling of the negative consequences of algal blooms, red tides, and dead zones. Yet the benefits of crop fertilizer—the main cause of such blooms—are difficult to dispute. There is no easy solution to this dilemma, as a ban on fertilizers is not politically or economically feasible. In lieu of this, we must advocate for responsible use and regulation in agricultural and residential contexts, as well as the restoration of wetlands, which can absorb excess fertilizers before they reach lakes and oceans.
While there is no easy solution, what information is necessary for policymakers to enact solutions? What information would be necessary for you to have to craft a solution, and what might a solution look like? Write a substantial post (minimum 250 words) with support (cite your sources) that describes what a solution might look like, and what information should be conveyed to policymakers and the public. Respond to at least one other classmate’s post with suggestions or comments on their proposed solution.

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Criteria will be uploaded.

need to answer following questions, and please ask if more documents needed. Criteria will be uploaded.

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All need 5 in the grading criteria please.

All need 5 in the grading criteria please. Go through the instructions in photo and the text shows in files.

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I would like this to look more like a poster ive uploaded instrustions and explamples.

i would like this to look more like a poster ive uploaded instrustions and explamples. I’ve also uploaded the paper that is to be used for the poster.
i uploaded the template needed