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Article Critique- Article needs to be from the Columbia University Library if you can't find one there then any article that meets the work instruction will do. Article needs to be about the future of alternative energy in the United States. 400 words total.


Assessment- Please answer the two questions in a word document. Each question is 200 words.

Unit VIII Article Critique

The unit lesson and required reading in this unit cover many topics concerning the future of alternative energy in the United States. Choose one of these, and research an article in the CSU Online Library that covers the topic. Critique the article, and discuss the alternative sources of energy in the United States. Specifically, examine how future use of alternative energy will impact use of fossil fuels. The Academic OneFile database in the CSU Online Library is a great place to begin your search on the topic.

Your response must be at least 400 words in length. All sources used, including the article, must be referenced. Paraphrased and/or quoted materials must have accompanying in-text citations and references in APA format.

Information about accessing the Blackboard Grading Rubric for this assignment is provided below.

rticle Critique- Article needs to be from the Columbia University Library

 This is due on or before Thursday, March 15, 2018 at 6:00 CST

In preparing for this discussion, read Chapters 8 and 16 (p 338) of the course text. For your initial post, address the following in the discussion forum:

  • Define disease management (DM) programs.
  • Describe the impacts of DM programs on healthcare quality and cost.
  • Identify challenges in DM programs.
  • Examine a successful DM program from real life and address (a) What is its accreditation status? (b) Why is this program successful? and (c) Can it be replicated in other settings?
Define disease management (DM) programs


1. It must be typed. Please type the paper single spaced first.

Once the paper is finished, you will then double-space on

standard size paper with 1” margins on all sides in 12 pt font (-

10 if the font and font size is incorrect). Times New Roman font

in black, not bold ink only (-10 if incorrect). The ink must be

clear; no faded ink will be accepted. No colored ink will be

accepted. Please single space the paper until it is complete and

then double space it to avoid extra spaces between paragraphs.

(-1 point for every extra space within or between paragraphs).

(-1 point for each spelling, grammar, and punctuation error).

No cut and pasted papers will be accepted. Failure to follow all

of these listed instructions will result in point deductions. Please

see rubric.


2. The research paper must include 7 pages. Page #1 should be

the title page which includes a labeled colored picture off a

computer of your topic or relating to it. This means that the

picture cannot be one that you have colored with crayons,

markers, colored pencils, highlighters, any other utensils, or

taped to piece of paper. Centered below your picture, include

your name, date, Bio 2113 or Bio 2114 and the instructor’s

name ex: (instructor: (colon) Mrs. Prince) Pages 2-6 should be

your research information that includes at least 2 cited sources

per page. You must cite your sources using parentheses with the

authors last name first, (coma) and then p. for the page number

the information was found on. Example: (Tortora & Derrickson,

p.216). (-1 if the coma is missing) (No credit will be awarded if

the citations are not in parentheses). No cited sources will result

in a grade of 0 out of 70 possible points. (Failure to cite your

sources means that your entire paper was all your work;

therefore, it is not a research paper! Please type the desired

information and then cite your source; however, do not cut or

copy and paste. Do not use any other methods, not even

according to Tortora & Derrickson.) If you have a sheet of

information (your source) that does not have a page number,

please number it as page one. In other words, please use the

authors last name, page #1 as your citation). You must use at

least 2 cited pieces of information from each of your 5 sources.

There must be a total of 10 cited sources throughout the paper.

Page 7 should be your work cited or reference page. The paper

should not exceed 7 pages.


3. Use APA format (only for work cited page /use APA reference in

text document located on angel). The research paper should not

be in APA or MLA format, it should be completed using these

instructions only.


4. The very first paragraph of the first page using no more than five

sentences should be a very interesting eye opening introduction

which includes no cited sources or statistics. There should be no

cited information located here. No credit will be awarded if you

cite any sources. It should be a great introduction using your

own words. You may tell a short story, tell a joke, or whatever

you think will interest the reader. The very last sentence of your

first paragraph or introduction, the first, not the second or third

paragraph should be your thesis statement that begins…This

paper will discuss only, (coma)……..I will not award points for

anything else such as I am going to discuss, I am going to talk

about, or My paper will discuss.( -1 point for every extra

sentence over five). This includes run on sentences that should

be two or more sentences after it has been corrected).


5. Using no more than five sentences in the last paragraph on the

last information page, (page 6) should begin…In conclusion,

(coma) only… and then you state your opinions, suggestions,

concerns, issues and so on. (-1if missing a coma). I will not

award points for anything else. (1 point for every extra

sentence over five). There should be no cited information

located here. No credit will be awarded if you cite any sources.


6. You must provide copies of all used articles and attach them to

your research paper. Be sure to highlight the used information

on your sources in order to show where the used information

came from in case I or any other reader needs to reference the

content. Please do not include pages that you have not

highlighted any information.


7. Students who attend lab or traditional class only: It must

be in a clear report folder. The report must be inside the prongs

for easy reading and grading. It should be like a book. I will not

take any papers out of anything such as page protectors in order

to grade it. No paper including references should not be in a

side pocket.(-5 for any papers in side pockets).


8. You must also include a copy of the research paper rubric and

the library assignment sheet that must be filled out completely

(the library stamp and signature of the librarian or staff). (5

points will be deducted if the rubric is missing and I have to add

it; however, No library assignment sheet will result in a

grade of zero even with a completely done report).


9. You must have at least 5 references which includes only one

internet source. I will only grade one internet source in the

research paper and on the reference page. When citing your

internet source throughout your research paper, it should be

typed or www. and the search engine you

used. No points will be rewarded if you are missing www. You

do not have to type the author’s last name and page number for

the one internet source that you are able to use twice. You may

use other online sources such as encyclopedias, books,

dictionaries, magazines, journals, articles, power points,

newspapers, lectures, videos, and atlas just to name a few. You

must use 5 different sources. I will only grade the first five

references on your reference page no matter how many you

have provided. It is ok you use additional resources to make

your paper 5 pages; however, the first five sources should be

used at least twice.


10. There should be no bullets, numbering, charts, graphs, or

diagrams throughout your paper (-1 point each time it is used).

Use paragraph format only.


11. Each page should be numbered using the complete title of

your paper which should be located at the top right corner as a

header along with the page number. Do not use acronyms,

short hand, abbreviations, or put your last or first name with the

year in the header. If your topic is Sudden Infant Death

Syndrome, the title page should be Sudden Infant Death

Syndrome 1 in the header and on page 2, Sudden Infant Death

Syndrome 2, and so on).. . There should be no extra spaces

between each paragraph or between the topic of your paper in

the right hand corner and a paragraph (-1 for every extra



12. Please place the content in the following order: cover

page, five pages of research, reference page, articles, library

form, and rubric (-5 if not in the correct order).


13. Please see your Projected Learning Schedule for the

due date and time. I WILL NOT ACCEPT A LATE PAPER.

You may submit your paper early if you are not going to be here.

Your paper will be -20 per day if your paper is late plus

you will not receive any extra points if any have been

rewarded to the other students.


Once you identify the film you will use for the assignment, watch it critically, from the perspective of someone who is becoming knowledgeable about gerontology and aging-related issues. Take good notes that focus on gerontologically-relevant aspects of the film. These notes should form the basis of your analysis. Be sure to use the to guide you through the assignment. Your analysis should be no less than 3 1/2 and no more than 5 double-spaced, typed pages. Please use 12-point font and 1 inch margins. Address the following points in your analysis, and be sure to include gerontological vocabulary and concepts throughout your responses:

  1. Identify a major gerontological perspective/lens (i.e., life span development and/or life course perspective, biopsychosocial approach, environmental gerontology) that best helps you understand the film from a gerontological point of view. Briefly explain the perspective/lens and why/how this perspective/lens helps you “make sense” of the film. (9 points)
  2. In general, how are older adult(s) portrayed in the film (e.g., is the film ageist; in what way(s) are the characters stereotypical; to what extent does the film capture the diversity of the aging experience (think about different ways of measuring aging) within the same character and across different characters; are the older characters accurately portrayed)? (16 points)
  3. Select one of the older characters in the film and discuss her/his life course trajectory. Specifically, as appropriate in the context of the film, discuss: a) the relevant age-graded, history graded, and non-normative events that comprise the character’s trajectory; b) the relevance of the timing of these key events; c) the impact of social role expectations and changes; d) how the character’s life course trajectory is influenced by the historical period and/or culture in which the film is set; and e) indicate how the character’s life course trajectory influences that of another major character. (20 points)
  4. Discuss whether you consider this to be a good film from the perspective of someone who is informed about aging in terms of: a) what the film “got right” gerontologically; b) how the film could have done a better job gerontologically; c) whether you would recommend the film to a general audience; and d) whether you would recommend the film to an older adult audience. (16 points)
  5. The above components are worth a total of 61 possible points. The remaining 12 points will be based on mechanics: a) the extent to which you followed the assignment guidelines and b) the quality of your writing.


Very Strong

1. Can apply a major gerontological perspective to a specific context (9 points):

a) identifies an appropriate perspective/lens (1)

b) explains the perspective/lens (4)

c) describes why/how the perspective/lens helps “make sense” of the film (4)

· integrates gerontological vocabulary/concepts into a coherent, comprehensive response

· response is well supported with relevant material from the text/Canvas course site/class

1     4     4

2. Can identify (16):

a) ageism/stereotyping (4)

b) variability in dimensions of aging within a character (4)

c) variability in aging across characters (4)

d) accuracy of portrayals of older adults in film (4)

· sophisticated discussion of each element using gerontological facts, concepts and vocabulary, supported with evidence from the text/Canvas course site/class

4     4     4     4

3. Can explain the key components of a life trajectory (20):

a) key events (4)

b) how timing of key events matter (4)

c) impact of social role expectations and changes (4)

d) influence of historical period and/or culture (4)

e) influence of trajectory on other characters (4)

· sophisticated discussion of each element using gerontological facts, concepts and vocabulary, supported with evidence from the text/Canvas course site/class

4     4     4     4     4

4. Assessment of the quality of the film from the perspective of someone who is informed about aging (16)

a) what the film “got right” gerontologically (4)

b) where the film could have done a better job gerontologically (4)

c) would you recommend the film to a general audience? (4)

d) would you recommend the film to older adults? (4)

· sophisticated assessment that that expresses the writer’s opinion and is supported with evidence from the text/Canvas course site/class

4     4     4     4

5. Mechanics (12)

a) following the assignment guidelines (4)


b) quality of writing (8)


· addressed all assignment components (4)


· document is well organized; writing is clear and concise; no major structural problems; no or only several minor grammatical, spelling, and/or punctuation errors (8)


Film : “Still Alice

Once you identify the film you will use for the assignment

Note: Compare and contrast public health funding (and resulting impacts on service and program delivery) in your area. How does funding impact the quality of public health? 


Response one –PHM-03


In healthcare we depend on the physicians to heal us from any type of illness that we may have, and we also depend on our state and local public health departments to be our ambassadors when it comes to preventing diseases and injuries by keeping us healthy and safe. For that to happen we need public health programs which are financed through a variety of state, federal, and local appropriations.  On the local level side, the funds come from local taxes, fees, and Medicaid and Medicare reimbursements for services (Salinsky, 2010).  This helps to fund California’s local government programs including education, police/fire protection, welfare, transportation, and healthcare. On the other hand, California’s state government programs are funded through federal appropriations including healthcare license inspections to fund healthcare, education, pensions, family health, Alcohol and drugs, and air pollution (Salinsky, 2010).  


The current standards that are in place for the way public health service are funded needs to be revamped considering how so many people are losing their job because of underfunding. This is evident as public health budgets have been decreasing in recent years that local health departments have been struggling to keep people on board. To meet the needs of the public you have be able to promote quality while making sound organizational improvements but if you are not able to have enough staff then how you can be able to offer services that will not last due to funding. Another reason they need to revamp the system is because whenever there is a shortage in money the effect is devastating to those in low-income or impoverished areas since they seem to need the programs the most but are always the first to get them cut. It is understandable that money needs to be spread out through out the local and states, but better financial decisions need to be made so this doesn’t happen.  




Salinsky, Eileen, Governmental Public Health: An Overview of State and Local Public Health Agencies National Health Policy Forum Background Paper No. 77 8 (2010),  

Richardson Jesse, Jr. et al., Is Home Rule The Answer? Clarifying The Influence of Dillon's Rule On Growth Management, Brookings Institute (2003)

 Response two PHM-03

There are many public health services that are funded at the state level. New York State has funding for different programs, including: the Assisted Living Program, the Preventive Health/Health Services Block Grant, the New York State Child/Adult Care Food Program, the Infertility Demonstration Program, the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund, and the Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner (SAFE) Program (New York State Department of Health [NYSDOH], 2018). For the Preventive Health and Health Services (PHHS) Block Grant, it provides funding for programs in prevention that have a need that is demonstrated, that is relevant to the objectives within the state department of health's Prevention Agenda, and that is also relevant to the objectives required for Healthy People 2020 as pointed out by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (NYSDOH, 2017). The state department of health also, on an annual basis, receives funding from the federal government (specifically the U.S. Department of Agriculture [USDA]) to enhance and support the Child and Adult Care Food Program (NYSDOH, 2017). As a matter of fact, the state received around 272 million dollars in federal USDA funds for this particular program in 2016 (NYSDOH, 2017). Child care centers, community-based adult day care centers, after school programs, homeless shelters, and home-based family/group child care are participants in this program (NYSDOH, 2017). As far as the Infertility Demonstration Program (IDP) is concerned, the health department invited selected infertility providers throughout the state to participate in that particular program (NYSDOH, 2017). The respective providers that agreed to participate are highly responsible for billing the state for IVF (in vitro fertilization) and GIFT (gamete intra-fallopian tube transfer) costs, after insurance reimbursement/patient co-pays are all taken into account (NYSDOH, 2017). Based on the services that are offered by the provider, the IDP program also includes a subsidy for testicular sperm extraction (TESE) (NYSDOH, 2017). There is a five-year contract term for the program, which began in October of last year, and lasts until September of 2022; however, the program's continuation all depends on the availability of funds (NYSDOH, 2017). The Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) provides a financial incentive for drinking water systems that are owned privately and municipally in order to finance improvements that are needed in the infrastructure of drinking water (NYSDOH, 2011). These improvements include distribution mains, storage facilities, and treatment plants (NYSDOH, 2011). There is a subsidized low interest rate financing for eligible water system construction projects (NYSDOH, 2011). Money is made available for new financings as the financings are repaid (NYSDOH, 2011). Interest rates can be reduced to a percentage of zero for communities that are facing hardships financially (NYSDOH, 2011). Additionally, Financial Assistance (grants) may be available in the event that hardships become more severe (NYSDOH, 2011). During the 2011 fiscal year period (from October 1, 2010 to September 30, 2011), a grand total of $26,828,100 was available to provide grants to eligible communities that were disadvantaged (NYSDOH, 2011). Within the local level, public health services are also funded. In Westchester County, for the 2014 fiscal year, there had been new grants that have been funded within the areas of HIV/AIDS outreach, health insurance (for individuals and small businesses), disaster relief/preparedness, and HPV/meningococcal vaccine distribution for the college-aged group population (Westchester County Department of Health, 2013). 

I believe that the way public health services are funded promotes quality and overall organizational improvement because they are distributed to various population groups who are in dire need. These services are also of great benefit to the surrounding communities because some of them lack the basic necessities/resources as well as the access to affordable health care. Children, adolescents, adults, seniors, and the homeless all suffer from hunger, so the example of the child/adult care food program would particularly cater to these groups. There are some communities that do not have access to pure water that is drinkable; so in this case, the example of the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund would greatly help these communities to get water that is safe, affordable, and clean. If everything is distributed fairly/equally and everyone is accounted for, then the local/state health departments will, in turn, become more productive/effective organizations. Everyone within the organizations must work together in an unselfish manner to allocate the funds to the respective groups. Helping others is a very important part of being an efficient steward in the public health field.


New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH). (2011, May). Drinking Water State Revolving Fund: October 1, 2010-September 30, 2011. Retrieved from

New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH). (2017, June). About the New York State Child and Adult Care Food Program. Retrieved from

New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH). (2017, July). Preventive Health and Health Services Block Grant. Retrieved from

New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH). (2017, December). Infertility Demonstration Program. Retrieved from

New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH). (2018, February). Grants/Funding Opportunities. Retrieved from

Westchester County Department of Health (2013, November 25). Westchester County Department of Health Budget 2014: Presentation to the Westchester County Board of Legislators Budget & Appropriations Committee. Retrieved from

Response TWO- PHM-03

Compare and contrast public health funding

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field of Practice: Registered Nurse in Intensive Care


-Please discuss the four spheres of political action in nursing. 

-In addition, please develop a brief argument sharing how these spheres are interconnected and overlapping by applying an example from your practice. 

-What are some ethical considerations here?

***** Please answer every question*****

REQUIREMENTS: Min 300 words, 1 Scholar source (no older than 5 years), Strict APA format.

Isaac has worked as a staff nurse on the telemetry floor for over 15 years. He holds seniority in the unit. His patient care is satisfactory; however, his interpersonal behaviors are becoming an increasing issue for his coworkers. He throws papers around the unit, gives short answers to questions, and seems generally miserable. He tells the staff that they are lazy and stupid. He is constantly questioning their decisions. You have come from another local hospital in the role of the assistant nurse manager. Based on your observations, you have met with Isaac informally and discussed his behaviors, but they have not changed. Now three new nurses have already come to you saying that this unit is a great match for them, except for one problem. Although they have not identified Isaac by name, they have told you that one of the nurses is extremely abusive verbally, and they have been calling in sick on the days they are scheduled to work with this person.  

1. What are your responsibilities as an assistant nurse manager in regard to Isaac’s behavior problem?  

2. What is the next step in dealing with Isaac’s behaviors?  

3. How will you, as the manager, have Isaac develop more effective people skills?

This is your first position as a nurse manager. The holidays are rapidly approaching, and the hospital policy states that each unit will negotiate holiday coverage individually. You are already getting requests via e-mail and on Post-it notes for holiday time. Several staff members have come to you stating that they “never” seem to get their requests for holidays. Discussion among the staff members is creating dissension and conflict.  

1. Discuss the potential impact of this problem on you and the unit staff.  

2. Describe a minimum of one positive consequence and one negative consequence of this conflict.  

3. Select a model of conflict resolution and explain how you, as a nurse manager, might resolve this conflict.

-APA Format.    

-Introduction or abstract page    

-Summary or Conclusion page    

-Four Pages Minimum, not included Introduction or abstract, Conclusion or Summary , and Bibliographic pages.    

-Completely unacceptable Copy and Paste from Internet, or other resources.    

-Bibliographic have to be in APA Format, minimum 3 references citations with 3 years old  or less.

Nursing Leadership and Management

1-In addition to helping patients to identify and overcome barriers, we can also provide them with available resources, and making sure the patient knows and understand the materials provided. According to Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (2015), Health materials are effective only when used as part of an overall patient education strategy. Simply handing patients a pamphlet or referring them to a Web site is not enough to promote understanding or behavior change. According to Edelman, C., Kudzma, E., & Mandle, C. (2010), The health belief model and social learning theory assist the nurse in formulating an action plan that meets the needs and capabilities of the individual making health behavior changes. The action plans may include and not limited to, making sure the patient understands the material by reviewing it with him/her. Personalize it, highlight important areas applicable to the patient, ensure patient knows how to use audiovisual materials, obtain feedback from patient. Support groups might also be  

2-Yes, this is true. We as nurses are known to be educators to our patients. Giving them the right information in order to promote a healthy lifestyle is very important. We also have to make sure the understand what we are educating them on, whether they have explain the procedure or instructions to us or if they perform it in front of us. It's very important to promote awareness on different diseases that can be prevented . of a great help to some patients. 

3-Yes, I have seen the same thing. Patients want to know exactly what they are getting in terms of medication and if the nurse can't tell them what's in the cup or what the medication is for, they become distrustful. Because families are often at the bedside, they can help remind patients what interventions are for. When I worked at the bedside in ICU, spending 10 minutes giving the family an update at teh beginning of the day made the whole day go smoother.

please answer base in this answer in APA format

You work for the local public health department in the Immunization Registry and Vaccine for Children (VFC) division. Your job is to interface with local pediatricians and primary care physicians, making sure immunizations are being properly reported and the providers that participate in the VFC immunization program are properly documenting vaccine use and patient information.

You have been briefed by the chief epidemiologist who states that a growing public complacency about the need for childhood immunizations has resulted in record low levels of registry immunizations against preventable diseases. You must put together a plan to educate the physicians of this potentially serious risk to the community and make them aware of the growing population of unimmunized and under-immunized children and what they may do to help correct this concern.

Respond to the following:

How will you approach the physician community and get their buy-in to increase immunization efforts with their patient populations?

What benefits does an up-to-date immunization registry provide to (1) parents, (2) immunization providers, and (3) the public

What educational materials, services, programs, or support can local, state, and federal public health agencies offer to the providers and the community for improving registry statistics?

Submission Details:

Write your response in a minimum of 300–400 words, providing relevant references.

Apply APA standards to citation of sources. Respond to at least two students’ postings.

You work for the local public health department

Protein blog  There are many myths about protein. But unlike the myths that carbohydrates and fats are “bad”, the myths about protein commonly involve thinking that protein is “good” – and the more the better. But in nutrition, amount and balance is very important. With all nutrients, intake can be not enough or too much. This activity is to explore protein myths and critically compare them with valid nutrition information  Remember that your blog should be about 500-700 words long. You will need 2 valid references (while you may use your book for some of the discussion, you need 2 other valid sources and 1 needs to be a peer reviewed journal article). 

To do your blog:  After reading the Protein chapter, consider 2 things that you had heard about protein before taking this class that you are now questioning. This could include any topic addressed in the chapter.

Examples are: a person needs to eat meat to get enough protein; protein builds muscle; most meats are mostly protein, etc. Clearly describe what you had heard or thought about the topic that you now question. Summarize the information about the topic that is presented in the book and compare and contrast what you previously thought.  Find ONE source of valid information that addresses each topic. Summarize the information from the source. Provide citation to the valid information. This means that you need at least 2 valid references and one needs to be a peer reviewed journal article  Important step: Discuss how you will apply the information that you have learned

There are many myths about protein

Policy analysis is an analysis that provides informed advice to a  client that relates to a public policy decision, includes a recommended  course of action or inaction. There are five steps in writing a policy  analysis. A policy analysis can be utilized to identify a policy  problem. Policy analysis has many purposes. Answer the following  questions:


  • Explain policy analysis and its three purposes.
  • Briefly evaluate the five steps in the health policy analysis process.
  • Explain the process of writing each step in detail.
  • For each step, evaluate which part of the process is the most important. Why?
  • Which step do you think is the most important and why? Explain which step in the process was the most difficult to write. Why?
  • Identify two states and evaluate three differences between their  policy-making or law-making processes. Explain how those differences may  impact the processes.
  • Explain three similarities in the policy-making or law-making processes of state and Federal Governments.
Policy analysis
  1. (100 words) Introduce a nursing theory that appeals to you and is appropriate for your area of advanced practice nursing. Build a thesis statement for your Personal Theoretical Framework for nursing.
  2. (150 words) Define the theory you have chosen in A by identifying the fundamental constructs of the theory. Define how these constructs compared to the Theory of Human Caring.
  3. (100 words) Answer the question: How could I apply the understanding of this theory to my personal practice as an advanced practice nurse?
Introduce a nursing theory

You have been asked to investigate a new procedure that physicians would like nurses to adopt in the hospital. Discuss the process you would apply to determine whether the procedure falls within the RN scope of practice and how you would go about introducing the new procedure with physicians and fellow nurses.

investigate a new procedure that physicians

can you help me with this assignment with good quality and be on time. The presentation is about Osteoarthritis diseases, the outline I need just risk factors, rates, demographics. It has to be 700 to 800 words and also I need a PowerPoint slides/pictures for each outline, Of course references as well please.


Osteoarthritis diseases

I am looking for the teas test 6 all versions- i already have one version but I need the rest 

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Must be in 12 point, Times New Roman with 1” margins.  Length should be approximately 3-4 pages double spaced (excluding Title Page, Abstract page and References page) including your summary paper of research and your QAPI worksheet. Must follow all APA format requirements.

All questions must be responded to.


Go to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) website and read about QAPI (Quality Assurance Process Improvement) and the 5 elements of QAPI.  These elements can also be found on the Joint Commission for Accreditation website at

Assignment 1 Directions:

Please write about this facility

1.      I chose option A and my facility is zip code 42102-5847 greenwood nursing and rehabilitation center bowling green, KY

2-      Failed To: Ensure services provided by the nursing facility meet professional standards of quality. 

3-      Web link is:

 same nursing facility I have selected for Discussion Board 1 on the CMS Nursing Home Compare website (

For your chosen facility,  

A.) an inspection result health deficiency

*Note: I have provided an example of Option A at the end of this document to help you understand what I am asking you to do.

1.       Provide the name and location of the facility.

2.       Provide detail on what quality measure.

3.       Provide a weblink to the quality measure.

4.       Research: find at minimum of 2 full article references on Google Scholar that provide history or recommendations relative to the quality measure you selected.  For example, you might choose residents that experienced pain as your quality measure to improve upon because your nursing home has a higher than average rating for that quality measure


You can find articles that talk about pain levels of residents, how to determine pain for non-communicating residents, alternative methods to pain reduction, etc.  Summarize and cite these sources in 1-2 pages and how that information was utilized and beneficial to development of your QAPI Goal Setting Worksheet.


5.       Utilizing the measure that you selected, complete a QAPI Goal Setting Worksheet for quality improvement.  Your Goal Sheet should result in either no deficiencies on the next inspection process or improved quality rating percentage for the facility.

*Your goals/action plans must be REALISTIC!!!! Do not put that you will do a daily audit every shift of with every staff member because you cannot possibly do that unless within your document you state staff that will assist you in that process.  Again, think about if what you have put is REALISTIC or not.

Example 1:

Health and Fire Safety Inspections, Option A:

2.       I chose option A and my facility is zip code 42101, Signature Healthcare of Bowling Green, KY


3.       I clicked on “health and fire safety inspections” then scrolled down to “nutrition and dietary: 1 deficiency found” and it stated:

“Nursing home failed to “Store, cook, and serve food in a safe and clean way”

4.       Weblink is:


5.       I would then write a 1-2 page (excluding title page, abstract and references) paper that is a summary of my research on regulations and training of staff related to required storing, cooking and serving of food in nursing facilities or health care facilities.  I would write how that information was utilized in completion of my QAPI Goal Setting Worksheet and realistic expectations of staff, to include what human error can occur.

6.       QAPI Goal Setting Worksheet: I would then attach my completed QAPI form on how to address this specific deficient practice in my building.





Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)

Module 2 Application Assignment: Pharmacodynamics and Pharmacokinetics


As a clinical mental health counselor, it is important to understand the biological processes related to mental health issues. Understanding the relationship between biology and substance abuse or addiction is critical. This assignment will help you to clarify your understanding of pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics.

You should also listen to the lecture, review supplemental materials, and use the rubrics as guides to help you complete the assignment. This assignment will count toward your final grade and is due by Day 7, and is worth 50 points.

As part of this assignment, you will reflect on the reading material, videos, and information from the Pearson Lab - Learning Outcomes 2 and 3. You should complete all of the activities associated with learning outcomes in the lab and watch the associated videos.

Learning Outcomes

1.   Define and understand the terminology commonly associated with the field of chemical dependency.

2.   Describe the major effects of depressants, stimulants, cannabinoids, hallucinogens, opioids, and inhalants on the human brain and biological and physiological processes of the body.

3.   Describe the genetic, biological, environmental, social, psychological, and philosophical influences of addiction.


Read your textbook chapters and additional resources. Also, complete all of the related material in MyCounselingLab. Reflect on the following as part of this assignment (two or three pages).

1.   Discuss the pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics of opioids (2-3 paragraphs). Be sure to identify neurotransmitters, specific sites in the brain that play a role with opioids, and information related to how the drug is metabolized.

2.   Review the physiological and psychological process related to withdrawal from opioids. Symptoms and processes vary based on individual differences, the class of substance used, the amount of substance taken, and the length of time over which the substance was taken. Compare and contrast withdrawal from opioids from withdrawal from alcohol (2 paragraphs)


3.   Seriousness of symptoms may require a different level of care. Counselors need to know about these complications and the appropriate treatment recommendations for clients who are at risk. Discuss the considerations for treatment level related to opioid abuse/dependence. What symptoms might be present? What might be of medical concern? (1-2 paragraphs).

4.   Discuss how you might explain to a client the physiology of tolerance. (2 paragraphs). Provide any necessary graphs or charts you might use.

 Support your Application assignment with specific references to all resources used in its preparation.

Assignment should be 2-3 pages.

Article Critique


1.   Go to the Lamar University Library and download the following article:

Stoops, W. W., Hatton, K. W., Lofwall, M. R., Nuzzo, P. A., & Walsh, S. L. (2010). Intravenous oxycodone, hydrocodone, and morphine in recreational opioid users: Abuse potential and relative potencies. Psychopharmacology, 212(2), 193-203. doi:10.1007/s00213-010-1942-4

2.   Read the assigned article for the week

3.   Consider all of the associated reading materials and MyCounselingLab materials

4.   Provide a critique of the assigned article using related reading and materials in support of your critique.

5.   Critique must include all five criteria:

a.   Introduction and summary of the article

b.    Major strengths in the article.

c.   Major weaknesses or gaps in the article

d.   Two areas to consider in the practice of substance abuse counseling

e.   Personal reflection and conclusion

6.   Use APA formatting.







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Introduction or Article Summary

Here is where you will discuss the first criteria of the critique. Provide a brief summary of the key points of the article, including the problem statement and purpose of the study.  Distinguish your thoughts from the author(s) words and include appropriate citations. Also, remember to use quotes sparingly or not at all (paraphrase instead when using sources) to show you understand and can apply the material. Times New Roman 12 point font, double spacing, and one inch margins on all four sides are used throughout the paper. This section should be one to two paragraphs total. A reader who has not read the article should be able to understand your summary. Keep in mind, however, that the critique below should be longer than your summary.

Major Strengths

Here is where you will discuss the major strengths in the article. Some of the questions you should ask yourself: What parts of the article do you think the author(s) did that was positive? What was learned from the article? Is the title appropriate and clear? Is the purpose of the article made clear? Are the methods described adequately?  Is the sample selection described representative and unbiased? Are the statistical methods appropriate? Did the authors include a theoretical framework? Is it appropriate for this study?  Did the author(s) provide a sufficient and relevant literature review? Have any ideas been over or under emphasized? (give examples and suggestions for revisions).  What is the validity and reliability of the study?

Major Weaknesses

Here is where you will discuss any weaknesses in the article. What are the limitations? Do the data and conclusions contradict each other?  Was the discussion relevant? You can ask yourself some of the same questions as above, and apply them as either strengths or weaknesses, depending on your critique. There is no right or wrong here. It is your qualified opinion of the article.  

Future areas to Consider

What questions remain unanswered? How could future studies be improved?  Focus on areas to consider in the practice of substance abuse counseling. What type of clientele would benefit from this research approach?

Reflection and Conclusion

            These are your conclusions, not the authors. Ask yourself, what surprised you or struck you as interesting? If you totally agree or disagree with the author(s), discuss that here and explain what you really thought about this article. In your opinion, do the data support the conclusions made by the author(s)? Are the results thought provoking? What was the most important thing you learned by reading and critiquing this article?

Before submitting your assignment, make sure you proofread your paper for mechanics, usage, grammar, spelling, and sentence structure and ensure all assignment criteria have been met. Each section of your review (each of the five criteria) should be at least one well-developed paragraph.




(Notice that this starts on a new page. To make sure it stays on its own page, use Insert Page Break). Your references will follow the general format below and will be double spaced without additional spaces between references. This is an example of how to cite a journal article from Week 1. Be sure to consult your APA manual for specific instructions on reference formatting of various sources. Note that the directs say to provide a critique of the assigned article using related reading and materials in support of your critique, so you should have more than one reference here.

Birnbaum, H. G., White, A. G., Schiller, M., Waldman, T. Cleveland, J. M., & Roland, C. L.  (2011). Societal costs of prescription opioid abuse, dependence, and misuse in the United States. Pain Medicine, 12(4), 657-667.







Module 2 Application Assignment
14349 na Which of the following structures is found in all cells
14348 na Which of the following structures is found in all cells
14347 its an exam with 20 questions the subject is pharmacy technician pharmacy technician

For this assignment, you'll write three limericks about neuroscience.  A limerick is a miniature poem. Here's an example, about neuroplasticity:

It's a fortunate person whose brain
Is trained early, again and again,
And who continues to use it
To be sure not to lose it,
So the brain, in old age, may not wane.

(in Rosenzweig & Bennett (1996). Behavioral Brain Research, 78, 57-65)

Each of your three limericks should be five lines long, and should obey the conventional limerick rhyming structure (AABBA; the first, second, and fifth lines should rhyme with each other, and the third and fourth should rhyme as well).  Usually the first, second, and fifth lines are a little longer than the third and fourth lines.

One of your limericks should be about neurons, one of your limericks should be about a neurotransmitter of your choice, and one of your limericks should be about a brain structure, region, or lobe of your choice.  Your limericks should each present accurate and thoughtful descriptions of their biological functions, and their role in psychology.

Your submission, like all reflection assignments, will be graded according to the following rubric:

  • ONE POINT: Consistently addresses assignment instructions with irrelevant information, ignores instructions, or provides superficial, incomplete, or unwarranted responses to the instructions.  
  • TWO POINTS: Mostly addresses the assignment instructions, but includes misinterpretations of evidence, faulty conclusions, or presents claims that are not consistent.  Two points will be given if the submission is reasonably complete, but still appears to have been given minimal thought and critical analysis.
  • THREE POINTS: Consistently addresses the assignment instructions with accurate interpretations of evidence, identifies the most important aspects of the topic, and presents conclusions that demonstrate thoughtful analysis and evaluation.

 Your limericks must be written originally, by you.  Submissions will be processed through to ensure their originality.

three limericks about neuroscience

For this assignment, write a 1,000-1,250-word paper on SICKLE CELL DISEASE. Include the following: Use subheadings, APA, proper reference and in text citation

1. Examine how genetics can influence policy issues.

2. Discuss any nutritional influences for the cause of this disease.

3. Discuss the process of nutritional assessment and counseling as it relates to health, prevention, screening, diagnostics, prognostics, selection of treatment, and monitoring of treatment effectiveness.

4. Discuss the prevalence rates, testing, treatment, and prognosis as they relate to human nutrition.

Health science

This activity is designed to expose you to a variety of nursing theory perspectives.

Select a nursing theory you have researched in past weeks.

Analyze the theory. Your analysis should include:

  • Description of the theory's background and influencing factors, including worldview
  • Explanation of the underlying assumptions
  • Evaluation of major strengths and weaknesses
  • Application strategies for clinical practice
  • Citation of case example from personal or professional life that describe the application in practice

Cite at least three scholarly articles.

Format your assignment as one of the following:

  • 18- to 20-slide presentation
  • 3- to 4-minute podcast
  • 15- to 20-minute video presentation
  • 875-word paper
  • another format approved by your instructor

Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.

Nursing theory

Search and Seizures" Please respond to the following:

  • Go to the Illinois State Bar Association Website and read the article titled, “U.S. Supreme Court Says ‘No’ to Cell-Phone Searches Incident to Arrest” located at Examine the court’s decision as it relates to cell phone searches incident to arrest. Based on all available information, agree or disagree with the court’s decision. Provide a rationale for your response.
  • Compare and contrast vehicle searches and inventories and indicate the most important differences between the two (2) as they relate to law enforcement officers. In your own opinion, do you feel that law enforcement officers should be allowed to conduct vehicle inventories without warrants issued by judges? Provide a rationale for your response.
Search and Seizures" Please respond to the following:
The Terms
Many terms mean different things in our common language and in scientific language, which leads to misunderstandings about what they mean. This is especially true with terms like theory and law. The table below shows a few terms about scientific knowledge, defined in both our common language and scientific language.
Commonly Misunderstood Terms
 Term Common Definition   Scientific Definition
 hypothesis an educated guess  testable explanation used to guide research 
 theory an idea a set of ideas supported by multiple experiments, done by multiple scientists that describe why something occurs
 law  an absolute truth  a description of what occurs (not why it occurs) supported by multiple experiments
Please read the article HERE to better understand the differences between these terms. 
Example Situation:
I have asked a few friends to help me with a little experiment.  I have asked them to put a white rose in a small vase filled almost to the top with water and add a few drops of blue food coloring. They are to make observations while the flower changes. 

What has occurred?
We have put it in water and left it for a few hours.  
When we came back we all had the same outcome.  The flower had turned blue.

This is what we will call Scientific law.  It is the happenings of a certain experiment. If you put a flower in colored water the flower will take on the color of the water. It simply says WHAT will happen. 

But why did it occur?
My friends and I believe it is because the colored water is drawn up through the flower's stem.

This is what we call a scientific theory. It tries to explain WHY something occurs. 

A scientific theory is not less true than a scientific law. However, a scientific law is a direct result of the results of the experiment. Since in order to become a scientific law it must be proven many times, it is unlikely that somehow new results will occur and a law will be disproved. However, a scientific theory is based on interpretation of experimental results. The results are not usually proven wrong, just the conclusions drawn from the observations. As new and different information becomes available we may realize that we did not draw the correct conclusion and we need to adjust our theory accordingly. 

Just a Theory
When arguing against a scientific theory, like the theory of evolution, people will sometimes say, "but its just a theory." That means that they do not understand that scientific theories are the strongest explanations offered by science. Theories are not scientific laws "in training," like how bills can be ratified into laws. A scientific theory does not ever turn into a scientific law. Instead laws describe what happens, frequently with an equation, while theories explain why it happens. Theories are built on the work on many scientists who conduct many different experiments. Not all of these experiments have the same goal, but through their combined work theories are constantly revised and refined.
One example of this is the heliocentric theory. When Copernicus first wrote this theory it stated that:
  • the Sun is motionless at the center of the universe
  • planets revolve around the Sun
  • the orbits of planets are perfect circles
Further research showed that the Sun was not motionless, instead it revolves on its axis. In addition, Kepler's laws of planetary motion showed that the orbits of the planets are not circles, but ellipses. Instead of this theory being completely discredited as new information has been found it has been adjusted and modified according to these new observations.

Over time the heliocentric theory has changed as new observations and data have been collected from the planets moving in circular orbits (left) to the planets moving in elliptical orbits (right). 

What is Science?
Science is a never ending search for truth. Truth is based on a set of facts and our understanding of those facts. This understanding is based off of observations made by watching the world around us. A good scientist must be ready to accept new facts as they are discovered and modify what is "true" in light of these facts. Even though science in school is usually taught in classes that are limited to a certain area, such as chemistry or physics, science is science, no matter what topic is involved.
What is NOT Science?
Science is not based on faith, like religions, and is not individualistic, like art.  Until the 1600s, science did not exist on a large scale. Instead, people philosophized about why they thought things occurred, instead of making observations and forming conclusions based on those observations about why something occurred. Science is also not a hard truth or a certainty. Scientific knowledge is always evolving and changing as we learn more about the natural world. 
Pure or Applied Science?

Pure science is the gathering of information that adds to the body of human knowledge. Pure science is not directly concerned with the practical use and application of the information. Applied science, also known as technology, is the practical use of scientific information and is not usually considered a “true” science.

Science was responsible for understanding how to make electronic devices smaller and smaller. Technology applied this knowledge to create netbooks and ipads. 
What is Physical Science?

Physical science is the first year science class at this school. Physical science is the study of the physical world around you. Physical science can be broken up into two branches, chemistry and physics. 

  • Chemistry - the study of the structure and properties of matter.
  • Physics - the study of the relationships between matter and energy. 
What can Science Do?
Science can answer questions when there is observable data, like "what causes tides," and "why does sodium ignite in water?" However, science is unable to answer abstract questions such as "is there a God," and subjective questions like "is this painting beautiful?" One question that falls in the middle of these extremes is the string theory. This theory tries to unite all of the theories of the natural world, from Newton's theories of motion for large objects, to Einstein's theory of relativity for very small objects. Unfortunately, this theory relies on the acceptance that all matter is made up of strings. We do not now, nor may we ever, have the ability to look for these tiny objects to prove or disprove this theory. Should it be counted as science, even though we do not have the capability to test it?


Watch the video clip HERE to see more about this debate.

   Pseudosciences are beliefs or theories that act as though they are science in order to sound more convincing. Here are some common qualities of pseudosciences:


  • They are not backed by research and experiments that can be repeated for the same or similar results.
  • They use terms like "biocosmic energy" that have no meaning but sound scientific.
  • They release their results first through the media, instead of through scientific journals.
  • They are elusive about their experimental procedures.
  • They attempt to persuade with misrepresentation, rather than actual facts.
  • Pseudosciences do not progress, or change over time, as more data is uncovered.
Some pseudosciences started out as a part of a true science, but then diverged. Alchemy was original a subset of chemistry, before alchemists started making claims they could not back up with proof. Astronomy and astrology were originally founded on the same ideas, but astrology is now a pseudoscience where astronomy is a true science. 

Write an essay that explains the difference between a scientific theory and a scientific law. Give examples of each. Your essay should be at least 2 paragraphs long. Remember to write in complete sentences, using appropriate grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Be sure to cite any sources that you use. 

Laws of science


1. Free ears in dogs are controlled by dominant allele (F), and attached ears are controlled by the recessive allele (f). In addition, Short dogs is due to a dominant allele(S), and long hair is due to a recessive allele (s). Which of the following is the genotype of thedogs with free ears and short hair?

a. ffss

b. FfSs

c. ffSs

d. Ffss


2. A blood sample taken from a patient who has an infection can be expected to show which of the following?

a Elevated white blood cell count

b Elevated red blood cell count

c Reduce red blood cell count

d Reduce White blood cell count


3. Which of the following organs remove nitrogenous waste from the body?

a. Liver

b. Large Intestine

c. Kidneys

d. Gall Bladder


4. An individual cell is able to make copies of its genetic information but is unable to produce encoded proteins. This indicates apossible problem in the___________.

a. Centrosome

b. Golgi apparatus

c. Acrosome

d. Ribosome


5. Which of the following digestive system structures releases amylase?

a. Goblet cells

b. Gallbladder

c. Salivary glands

d. Duodenum


6. Which of the following functions does the myelin sheath perform for a nerve cell?

a. Nutrition

b. Sensory perception

c. Insulation

d. Regeneration


7. Which of the following organs is responsible for secretion of the hormone insulin?

a. Pancreas

b. Thyroid gland

c. liver

d. Adrenal Gland


8. An increase in which of the following would lead to a decrease in the amount of oxygen in the blood?

a. Inhalation rate

b. Red blood cell count

c. Exercise rate

d. Alveoli surface area


9. Which of the following body system break down proteins into amino acids?

a. Digestive

b. Endocrine

c. Circulatory

d. Excretory


10. Which of the following layers of skin contains the sebaceous glands?

a. Hypodermis

b. Dermis

c. Stratum corneum

d. Epidermis


11. In the image

12. Osteoporosis result from which of the followings?

a. A decline of osteoblast activity while osteoclast activity continues at expected levels

b. A decline of osteoclast activity while osteoblast activity continues at expected levels

c. An increase in osteocyte activity while osteoblast activity continues at expected levels

d. An increase in osteocyte activity while osteoclast activity continues at expected levels


13. Which of the following occurs in the cardiac cycle if the impulse triggered at the sinoatrial node never close?

a. Diastole will shorten in duration

b. The ventricles will not contract

c. There will be an absence of systole

d. The atria will not contract.


14. Which of the following structures is found in all cells?

a. Cell wall

b. Mitochondria

c. Nucleus

d. Plasma membrane


15. Which of the following types of cell stimulates other immune cells to attack and destroy foreign agents?

a. Helper T-cells

b. Plasma cells

c. Cytotoxic T-cell

d. Natural killer cells


16. The process known as gastrulation results in the formation of which of the following embryonic structures?

a. Germinal layers

b. Neural crest

c. Coelomic cavities

d. Circulatory systems


17. Which of the followings molecules must undergo replication before cell division can occur?

a. ATP

b. ADP

c. DNA

d. RNA


18. Which of the following structures carriers blood away from the heart?

a. Ventricles

b. Arteries

c. Capillaries

d. Veins


19. Which of the following demonstrates condensation?

a. Dew drops from on a leaf

b. A water puddle dries up.

c. Water convert to steam

d. Ice form on a pond


20. Of pathogens by phagocytes are nonspecific cell

a. Antibody- mediated immunity

b. The internal aspect of adaptive immune system

c. The internal aspect of the innate immune system

d. Passive immunity


21. Which of the following unit is used to indicate mass?

a. Cm3

b. Um

c. Mg

d. mL


22. Which of the following demonstrate a chemical reaction of water?

a. Water boils to produce steam at 100 C (212 F)

b. Water produces gas with sodium metal

c. Water and oil separate when combined

d. Water dissolves sugar



23. In the experiment, students put brine shrimp in water with different concentration of salt and counted the number.

Which of the following changes to the experiment will increase confidence in the validity of the result?

a. Count the number of dead brine shrimp instead of living brine shrimp

b. Add more brine shrimp to the water with the highest salt concentration

c. Repeat the experiment several times, and calculate the average number of brine shrimp

d. Reduce the length of the experiment from 24 hours to 8 hours.


24. Where is the information stored in DNA?

a. Deoxyribose sugars

b. Phosphodiester bonds

c. Phosphate groups

d. Nitrogenous bases


25. Acid chyme produced by stomach is neutralized In the intestine by which of the following?

a. Pancreatic secretions

b. Brush- border enzymes

c. Gastric juice

d. Mucus production


26. In which of the following locations does the development of blood call take place?

a. Bone Marrow

b. Spongy bone

c. Endosteum

d. Periosteum


27. The component of an atom that possesses relatively little mass, thus being negligible in calculating the atom



c. Electron

d. Quart.


28. S and O are in the same periodic group and share chemical properties, but    H2S is a gas at room temperature, following is themain reason for this?

A.H2S has stronger ionic bonds than H2O

B.H2S has stronger intramolecular bonds than H2O

C.H2O has stronger ionic bonds than H2S

D.H2O has stronger intramolecular bonds than H2S




29.Which of the following reasons explains why it is important for new scientific findings to be published?

A. Scientists will get paid if their findings are published

B. Other scientists can validate or disprove the findings

C. Publishing findings will help scientists become more biased

D.This prevent other scientists from performing similar test.


30. Which of the following excess solutes from the the blood?



C. Spleen



31. the exchange of nutrients between tissues and blood primary occurs in which of the following locations?






32. The process by which gametes combine to form a zygote is called which of the following?

A. Parthenogenesis





33. Which of the following cellular processes produces gametes?

A. Mitosis

B. Glycogenesis




34. C3H8  + ________ O2   ======= 3CO + 4H2O . Which of the following balances the reaction above?






36. Which portion of the autonomic nervous system is responsible for an increased heart rate?






37. Permanent damage to which of the following types of tissues in the spinal cord will cause paralysis?

A.Muscle tissue

B.Nervous Tissues

C.Bone tissue

D.Connective tissue

38. Which
 of the following diseases is caused by immune system attacking the body’s nervous system?


B.Muscular dystrophy


D.Multiple sclerosis


39. Which of the following is the appropriate prefix to measure the amount of space taken up?

A. Mili





40. In addition to oxygen and carbon dioxide, the circulatory system is the primary delivery system for?

A.cerebrospinal fluid

B.exocrine secretions

C.biliary fluids

D.endocrine hormones


41. a biology class wants to perform an experiment to investigate the effect of different colors of light of green, yellow, red and clearcellophane and plant three seeds in each one. What part do the three seeds experiment?

A,Confounding variables

B.Independent variables

C.Control variables

D.Dependent variables


42. Iodine directly helps which of the following glands to function properly?









43. Genes are made of which of the followings types of sequences that code for one or more proteins?




D. Chromosome


44. Which of the following is a characteristic of a good hypothesis?

A.Original idea not based observation

B.Raises further questions

C.Should be testable

D.Contains more than two variables.


45. Which of the following

Relaxation of the diaphragm

Relaxation of the external intercostal

Contraction of the diaphragm

Contraction of external intercostal


46. Which of the following gland regulate the function of other glands in the endocrine system?

A.Thyroid gland

B.Pineal gland

C.Parathyroid gland

D.Pituitary gland


47. Which of the following reactions occurs during thermoregulation to increase body temperature?

A.The body relaxes the muscle

B.The body produces sweat

C.The body begin shivering

D. The body sends blood to the skin



48. Which of the followings terms describes the removal of metabolic waste from the body?



C. Secretion



49. A deactivated deadly strain of bacteria was first treated with protease enzyme. It was bacteria became deathly

Which of the following statements is a valid conclusion from the experiment above?

A. Killed bacteria components can make live bacteria deadly

B. Dead bacteria are more deadly than live bacteria

C.Protein are dangerous to bacteria and kill them

D.Protease enzyme causes live bacteria to become deadly


50. A DNA strand has the sequence 5’ A-C-A-G-T-A-A-A- 3’. Which of the followings if the real sequence?

A.3’ T-G-T-C-G-G-C-A-T-T-T 5’

B.3’ A-C-A-G-C-C-G-T-A-A-A 5’

C.3’ U-G-U-C-G-G-C-A-U-U-U 5’

D.3’ A-A-A-T-G-C-C-G-A-C-A 5’


51. Gains and losses of which of the following generally create an electrolyte imbalance?







53. Which of the following cellular organelles releases the energy contained in food?



54. which of the following describe the function of the neuron?

A.creates electrical impulses

B.transmits sensory information

C.stores potassium ions

D.produces electrolyte


55. Which of the following are the sites within the human body where dioxide and oxygen are exchanged?

A. Arteries

B. Alveoli

C. Synapses

D. Venules


56. which of the following types of bonds link base pair nucleotides within a double strand of dna?



57. In an experiment, students put brine shrimp in water with different concentrations of salt and counted the number of livingshrimp after 24 horus. Which of the following changes to the experiment will increase confidence in the validity of the result?

a. Repeat the experiment several times, and calculate the average number of brine shrimp

b. count the number of dead brine shrimp instead of living brine shrimp.

c. Add more brine shrimp to the water with the highest salt concentration

d. Reduce the length of the experiment from 24 hours to 8 hours


60. which of the following muscles causes goose bumps as a mechanism of thermoregulation?





61. Which of the following is the muscle action that results in exhalation and causes the air pressure inside the lungs to be higherthan outside the chest cavity? 
a) Contraction
 of internal intercostals 
b) Relaxation
 of the diaphragm 
c) Contraction
 of the diaphragm 
d) Relaxation
 of the external intercostals 



62. Which of the following substances is secreted by sweat glands in response to breakdown of proteins and formation ofammonia?



63. The component of an atom that possesses relatively little mass, thus being negligible in calculating the atomic mass number, is the





64. which of the following processes causes most of the carbon dioxide from the blood to move into the alveoli?
A. conversion to carbon monoxide
Diffusion down a concentration gradient
C. active transport using energy
D. passive transport using carrier proteins




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