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All Pre Written Papers From The Biological & Biomedical Sciences Category

  • Leadership and Service Improvement in Healthcare
    Description: I was about to sign out after my shift had ended when an ambulance arrived with patient X on board. She was an eighteen-year-old with a past history of self-harm and suicide attempts. A friend who had accompanied her to the hospital explained that she had found the lady lying unconscious on the floor, with ...
    11 pages/≈3025 words| 37 Sources | Harvard | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Health Policies: The Affordable Care Act
    Description: The Affordable Care Act is the health policy issue on the Health Affairs website. The Affordable Care Act is a healthcare reform bill that went into effect in 2010. The Affordable Care Act aims to provide all Americans with affordable, high-quality health care. The Cheap Care Act has many features to make...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 6 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Obesity among the Somali Community in Minneapolis
    Description: In recent years, the Somali community in Minneapolis has been one of the city's fastest-growing. A study by Njeru et al., (2016) suggested that the Somali population in Minneapolis has increased by about 70% since 2010, according to the most current Census data. The city's population is growing mostly...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 7 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Controversies in Stem Cell
    Description: The issue surrounding stem cells centers on the ethical problems surrounding their usage, growth, and destruction of human embryos. Science on pluripotent stem cells is at the center of this contentious controversy. Adult stem cells, Pluripotent cells, and amniotic stem cells are not as contentious as human...
    8 pages/≈2200 words| 16 Sources | Chicago | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • The Impact of DNA and Molecular Biology on the Evolution of Categorization
    Description: Molecular biology has shed more light on the makeup of genes and the reasons behind variation. Comparative examination of DNA and proteins continues to help scientists comprehend patterns of variation, common ancestry, and the evolution process more thoroughly. The study of cell structures and how they interact...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • A Literature Review on the Myosin Organelle
    Description: A Literature Review on the Myosin Organelle Biological & Biomedical Sciences Essay...
    6 pages/≈1650 words| 11 Sources | Harvard | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Impacts of China’s one-child policy
    Description: Impacts of China’s one-child policy Biological & Biomedical Sciences Essay...
    7 pages/≈1925 words| 7 Sources | MLA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Discussion Board Post
    Description: Discussion Board Post Biological & Biomedical Sciences Essay...
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Nutritional Genomics and Genetics
    Description: Nutritional genomics seeks to understand the relationship between nutrients and gene expression. In the recent past, there has been a heightened interest in applying genomic technologies to comprehend the role of diet in disease development and health. It is critical to emphasize the role of diet on chronic...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Impact of Emergency Department Crowding on Nursing Professional Practice and Patient Care
    Description: Emergency department (ED) crowding is a global hospital pandemic. Increased patient volumes, nursing staff shortages, more boarded and acuity patients in the ED, and reduced inpatient bed space characterize ED crowding. Accordingly, nurses exert themselves during crowding to meet the increased demand for...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 4 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Term Paper |
  • Permeability of Living Membranes and the Impact of Temperature on Permeability
    Description: Part 1: Beet cells 1 At what temperature (in the part of the lab dealing with the effect of heat) does there appear to be a marked change in the permeability of the beetroot cell membrane? Why is this particular temperature significant? i.e. what is happening at that temperature? A: The temperature where ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 4 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Coursework |
  • Genetic Engineering and its Dangers
    Description: Genetic engineering is the artificial manipulation, modification, and recombination of DNA or RNA molecules to modify an organism or population of organisms. It is generally used to refer to methods of recombinant DNA technology. Recombinant DNA technology is the joining of DNA from two different species...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | MLA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Role Of Molecular Biology inevolutionary classification
    Description: Role Of Molecular Biology inevolutionary classification Biological & Biomedical Sciences Essay...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Nine Tenets of the Code of Ethics for Nurses
    Description: The nursing code of ethics represents a guide for "carrying out nursing responsibilities in a way compatible with excellence in nursing care and the ethical commitments of the profession," according to the American Nurses Association (ANA). In general, ethics refers to the moral ideals that guide a...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 1 Source | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Ancestry-inclusive dog genomics challenges popular breed stereotypes
    Description: Ancestry-inclusive dog genomics challenges popular breed stereotypes Biological & Biomedical Sciences Article...
    1 page/≈275 words| 1 Source | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Article |
  • Optimizing indoor plants life through chemistry
    Description: Optimizing indoor plants life through chemistry Biological & Biomedical Sciences Research Paper...
    5 pages/≈1375 words| 5 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Paper |
  • Antibiotics Use in Livestock Farming and Contribution to AMR Risks in Humans
    Description: According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), antimicrobial resistance (AMR) entails the inability of interventions and medicines introduced to fight fungi, viruses, bacteria, and parasites to register significant success. The infections are either hard to contain, thus increasing the risks of contagion...
    5 pages/≈1375 words| 1 Source | Harvard | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Recent Debates about Patenting CRISPR Technology
    Description: Since the 1990s, a number of innovative, more accurately focused tools for gene editing have been created, the most recent and most well-known of which being CRISPR, which is presently gaining widespread attention. Many of these new approaches, which are often referred to as "gene editing" or, in the...
    15 pages/≈4125 words| 20 Sources | Other | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Article Critique |
  • Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA)
    Description: MRSA entail causative staph infection which is complicated to treat since it is resistant to antibiotics. The bacterium is dangerous because it leads infection to various parts of the body. To understand the Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA), an essay has been prepared to analyze its...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 6 Sources | MLA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Accreditation Process in Healthcare
    Description: Accreditation is referred to as the evaluation done by a third party that is very independent. The third party is an assessment body that carries out inspections to show its competence in the exercises or process of proving its competence through conducting a conformity assessment. Therefore, the accreditation...
    1 page/≈275 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • My Journey Journal
    Description: On Thursday, the 21st of April, I visited the Belle Isle during a biology trip. The weather forecast showed that the area's humidity was as high as 70 degrees humid. The first location where I first stopped was high-pitched with a small dark waxing. The great blue heron was standing on a rock, and there was...
    1 page/≈275 words| 1 Source | MLA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • To What Extent is the Use of Animals in Scientific Research Acceptable
    Description: Animals, ranging from mice to fruit flies, are commonly used in scientific research. They are critical in enabling scientists to create novel cosmetics and medications and understand human health and biochemistry more. Animals, on the other hand, are sentient entities who experience pain, stress, and ...
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | MLA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • A Price Comparison of RX-OTC Switched Drugs in the United Kingdom
    Description: Switching medicines from prescription to non-prescription using various safety profiles enhances a timely access to medication to the consumers. Besides, reclassifying medicine also reduces the risk of under-treatment by strengthening self-management. However, the population is exposed to ruthless cartels ...
    12 pages/≈3300 words| 15 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Proposal |
  • Wholesale Prices of Drugs Approved by European Medicines Agency (EMA) in Cities Across UK
    Description: Switching medicines from prescription to non-prescription using various safety profiles enhances a timely access to medication to the consumers. Besides, reclassifying medicine also reduces the risk of under-treatment by strengthening self-management. However, the population is exposed to ruthless cartels that...
    12 pages/≈3300 words| 15 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Proposal |
  • Pros and Cons of Cloning and Gene Editing
    Description: When Ian Wilmut and his colleagues announced they had successfully cloned a sheep, it surprised and intrigued the entire world, especially the science community. Since then, numerous gene editing and cloning have shown these procedures have unlimited potential. They can beneficially be used to eradicate...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 4 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Physical and Chemical Properties and How It Affect The Packaging of Milk
    Description: Packaging of milk to ensure the safety of milk during processing and transportation has been a question of interest in public safety matters. As a marketing manager of the Nadec Dairy Company, I would like to reach out to the potential customers on appropriate milk packaging hence encourage them to buy canned...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 4 Sources | MLA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Term Paper |
  • Genitourinary Disorder: Epididymitis
    Description: The epididymis is a body structure attached to the backside of the testis within the scrotum. It is the colloid segment of the spermatic ducts that function as the storage area for the sperm. It stores the spermatozoa till maturation is when they are released. Epididymitis is the inflammation of the...
    1 page/≈550 words| 2 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • How The Cardiovascular System And Respiratory System Work With Each Other
    Description: The body consists of various organs that work mutually for the overall functionality of an organism. The task of the cardiovascular system is to pump blood to the every single part of the body and consists of the following parts: blood, heart as well as the blood vessels (Noordergraaf 220). The respiratory ...
    1 page/≈275 words| 3 Sources | MLA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Is The Use of Animals For Drug and Cosmetics Testing a Necessity or Cruelty?
    Description: Over the year’s animals have been used to test drugs for humans before they are put up for consumption. Laws and regulatory agencies worldwide require that all medicines are tested first on animals before a clinical trial on humans is done. These vigorous tests are done to see side effects, drug efficiency ...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 4 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Why Animal Testing is Necessary Rather Than Cruelty
    Description: Over the year’s animals have been used to test drugs for humans before they are put up for consumption. Laws and regulatory agencies worldwide require that all medicines are tested first on animals before a clinical trial on humans is done. These vigorous tests are done to see side effects, drug efficiency ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 4 Sources | MLA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • The Four Concepts of The Nursing Metaparadigm (Person, Nursing, Environment, And Health)
    Description: A metaparadigm is a system in which a discipline uses theories and concepts for its proper and effective functioning. Therefore, a nursing metaparadigm is a system in the nursing discipline where nurses provide high-quality services by remaining attentive to patients' conditions to help come up with interventions...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • The Liver: Structures and Relation to Alcoholic Cirrhosis
    Description: The portal vein is a known blood vessel carrying blood from gallbladder, gastrointestinal also spleen, and pancreas to the liver. Whereby the blood consists of the toxins and the nutrients from the content that has been digested. The blood that leaves the liver goes to the heart through the portal Vein...
    1 page/≈275 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Collaboration Strategies: Sangamo Therapeutics and Gene Editing
    Description: The provided case explores Sangamo Biosciences founded by Edward Lanphier to develop a novel bioscience technique for gene editing as a potential treatment for gene and non-gene related diseases. The Zinc-finger nucleases (ZFNs) technology provided the potential to heal various diseases such as hemophilia, ...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 8 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Case Study |
  • The Effects of Caffeine on Heart Rate Variability
    Description: The Effects of Caffeine on Heart Rate Variability Biological & Biomedical Sciences Research Paper...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | Harvard | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Paper |
  • Multiple Intelligences
    Description: Howard Gardner’s (1983) theory of multiple intelligence involves the use of various intelligence to emphasize various strengths that people have towards learning. It encourages learners to make use of their strengths and talents in learning and interaction with various content. Educators who understand the...
    1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Environmental and Genetic Factors Causing Lung Cancer
    Description: The battle against cancer would be far from being won if there was no research on the current risk factors of the chronic disease. Today, cancer ranks top among the leading death causes in the world, with a significant number coming from lung cancer. Lung cancer is caused by a combination of risk factors,...
    8 pages/≈2200 words| 4 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Paper |
  • Titration Sodium Carbonate-Hydrochloric Acid Neutralization Reaction
    Description: Aim: The aim of this practical report is to accurately report on the process of titration and the techniques involved in the process. Specifically, the aim is to determine the concentration of a hydrochloric acid solution using titration techniques using a standard solution of sodium carbonate. Methods: ...
    9 pages/≈2475 words| 1 Source | Other | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Lab Report |
  • The Molar Volume of Gas
    Description: Data and Calculations: The Molar Volume of Gas Trial 1 Trial 2 1. Weight of Mg ribbon 0.0342 g 0.0350 g 2. Moles of Mg 1.41×103 mol 1.44×103 mol 3. Temperature of H2O 21.2°C 21.2°C 4. Barometric Pressure 729.308 mmHg 729.308 mmHg 5. Volume of Hydrogen 18.892 mmHg ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| No Sources | Other | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Coursework |
  • Bubbles in Soda and Why it Makes you Gassy
    Description: Carbonated drinks, or soda, as it is commonly known, have become one of the staple drinks individuals consume on a daily basis. To those who are not familiar with the basics of science, carbonated drinks are liquids with added carbon dioxide in them. They are usually added with sweeteners to appeal to the ...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 5 Sources | Other | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Lab Report |
  • Response Post on Talk about Microbiota and Celiac Disease
    Description: Dr. Uusitupa’s talk could be linked to some of the studies I presented. The reduced microbiota in the intestines caused by taking antibiotics in earlier life could indeed be a possible contributor to risks involving celiac disease. As the speaker discussed, the contents of the early gut microbiota can ...
    1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | Other | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Laboratory Lab Report on Human Anatomy and Physiology
    Description: The human brain is made up of twelve pairs of cranial nerves where they emanate from to reach other parts of the body such as the ear, eyes, hands, and legs to convey messages and effect changes. Impairing any of the nerves produces and effect on the functioning of one of the body parts. In this lab ...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Lab Report |
  • Baculovirus Expression Vector (BEV) System
    Description: This lab is aimed at cloning a tRNase Z gene using a Bacidiovirus Expression Vector (BEV), allow for the protein expression and further use the information to determine the amount of virus that can bring forth an optimum protein yield. In order to achieve this, a cDNA of the gene of interest is made. ...
    5 pages/≈1375 words| 6 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Lab Report |
  • Expression of tRNase Z using BEV
    Description: This lab is aimed at cloning a tRNase Z gene using a Bacidiovirus Expression Vector (BEV), allow for the protein expression and further use the information to determine the amount of virus that can bring forth an optimum protein yield. In order to achieve this, a cDNA of the gene of interest is made. ...
    5 pages/≈1375 words| 6 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Lab Report |
  • Analysis of PV92+/-Alu Polymorphism in Humans
    Description: This lab purposes to analyze and understand the bioinformatics of Alu transposable element at the PV92 locus of the chromosome 16 of the human genome. Alu are primate specific short interspersed retrotransposons. For this lab, in silico PCR simulation was done using specially designed reverse and forward ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 5 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Lab Report |
  • PV92+/-Alu polymorphism in Humans
    Description: This lab purposes to analyze and understand the bioinformatics of Alu transposable element at the PV92 locus of the chromosome 16 of the human genome. Alu are primate specific short interspersed retrotransposons. For this lab, in silico PCR simulation was done using specially designed reverse and forward ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 5 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Lab Report |
  • Impacts of Pollution on Marine Life
    Description: Anthropogenic underwater noise is now recognized as a worldwide menace, and recent studies have indicated a broad range of adverse effects in various taxa. Underwater noise from shipping is increasingly recognized as a significant and pervasive pollutant to impact marine ecosystems on a global scale. ...
    6 pages/≈1650 words| 12 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Paper |
  • Change of Temperature Effects on Yeast Cells Absorption
    Description: The effect of temperature on the absorption of yeast cells has been investigated for several years. Temperature is one of the major factors that affect the growth of yeast and consequently the yeast cells' absorption (Akinbobola, 2019). Just like other chemical reactions, yeast cells' absorption is a ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 2 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Lab Report |
  • Description, Prevalence, and Incidences of Genetic Diabetes
    Description: The disease burden of diabetes is high and increasing in various countries across the world. The diabetes burden is fueled by the increase in the prevalence of obesity combined with unhealthy living lifestyles (Fuchsberger et al., 2016). Diabetes is a metabolic condition where the body fails to synthesize ...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 5 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Non- ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction Treatment in UK
    Description: Acute ST-Elevation myocardial infarction, acute non-ST-Elevation myocardial infarction (NSTEMI), or unstable angina (UA) are the three major manifestations of acute coronary syndromes (ACS). The first step towards caring for patients with ACS is early recognition since therapy is highly effective when ...
    8 pages/≈2200 words| 7 Sources | MLA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Coursework |
  • Covid-19: Zoonotic or Bioterrorism
    Description: The origin of COVID-19 has been shrouded with mystery ever since the disease was discovered in twenty nineteen. Both medically-trained practitioners and the public have had compelling arguments supporting theory claims to the origin of the disease. Before getting to the arguments, some details that should ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 2 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Paper |
  • Experiment on Genetic Mapping by Transduction
    Description: This experiment is based on genetic mapping by transduction. Transduction can be used to determine the distance of genes to each other and therefore to map mutations on the chromosome. Gene mapping involves allocation of loci to a relative position on a chromosome. Gene maps are specific to a species and ...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 3 Sources | MLA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Role of Biology on Evolutionary Development
    Description: Evolutionary evolution is concerned with the collection and classification of living things using phylogenetic principles. It involves grouping species into more important categories that show lines of evolutionary decline rather than complete similarities and differences. DNA can contain information that ...
    5 pages/≈1375 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Paper |
  • Causes, Hazard Factors, Counteraction and Indications of Down Syndrome
    Description: Down condition is a hereditary problem caused when unusual cell division brings about an additional full or halfway duplicate of chromosome 21. This extra hereditary material causes the formative changes and fundamental elements of the Down condition. Down condition changes in seriousness among people ...
    7 pages/≈1925 words| 4 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Paper |
  • How does Experiencing Trauma Affect a Person’s Life?
    Description: In the days and weeks following a traumatic occurrence, people commonly experience anxiety, despair, guilt, fury, or grief. People's feelings usually fade as they try to make sense of what happened to them. Most people heal quickly with the help of family and friends. A traumatic event, on the other hand, ...
    6 pages/≈1650 words| 4 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Proposal |
  • Environmental Pollution Lab
    Description: The primary goals of the Air Pollution lab is to assist us in better understanding the link between air pollution and the combustion of different materials, as well as how society and industry contribute to the release of potentially dangerous chemicals into the atmosphere. Air pollution refers to gases and...
    1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Lab Report |
  • Human Dignity as an Ontological and Social Construct
    Description: There are two leading conceptions of human dignity. The first one, known as democratic conception (Song, 2015), views human dignity ontologically, grounding it on human nature as an individual rational substance. This view holds that dignity belongs to all humans because all human beings exist as individual...
    1 page/≈275 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Human Dignity as an Ontological and Social Construct
    Description: There are two leading conceptions of human dignity. The first one, known as democratic conception (Song, 2015), views human dignity ontologically, grounding it on human nature as an individual rational substance. This view holds that dignity belongs to all humans because all human beings exist as individual...
    1 page/≈275 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Human Dignity as an Ontological and Social Construct
    Description: There are two leading conceptions of human dignity. The first one, known as democratic conception (Song, 2015), views human dignity ontologically, grounding it on human nature as an individual rational substance. This view holds that dignity belongs to all humans because all human beings exist as individual...
    1 page/≈275 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Risk Assessment of Chemicals
    Description: Under the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) branch, the federal government is the regulatory body that determines and creates legislation that governs the quality and safety of food products. In the U.S, under the food, drug, and cosmetic act of 1938, food additives under section 402(a) can be considered ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 2 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Coursework |
  • Influence of DNA & Molecular Biology on Evolutionary Classification
    Description: Unlike conventional taxonomy classification that relied on morphological features, the modern classification system uses DNA to actuate organisms’ heritage and ancestry. Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) is the critical inheritance carrying molecule located in each cell’s nucleus. It is made up of four bases, all...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Silent Spring Book Review
    Description: Silent Spring is a book written by Rachel Carson in 1962. It outlines environmental changes caused by the use of pesticides. Carson views that nature was interconnected before the use of chemicals to control pests and animals. However, after ...
    1 page/≈550 words| 1 Source | MLA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Ecological Remediation with Plants
    Description: Ecological remediation of land with plants is an essential phenomenon in the conservation of land in areas threatened by degradation due to natural occurrences or human interference. The piedmont in North Carolina is among the most sensitive areas that require urgent measures that can aid in the restoration...
    10 pages/≈2750 words| 9 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • IQ Scores: Heredity Vs. Environment
    Description: An intelligent quotient (IQ) involves the measurement of an individual’s ability to reason. IQ is used to obtain total scores from evaluated specially designed tests tailored towards measuring and assessing an individual’s level of intelligence. An IQ scale between 90 to 100 is regarded as average...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 4 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Food Allergies and Chemical Triggers
    Description: The use of chemical substances in the food industry has been practiced for centuries (Andreozzi et al., 2019). Additives are used for food preservation and to improve its appearance or taste. Although additives comprise a small proportion of foods, they may trigger adverse immunological responses or food...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Antimicrobial Chemical: Distinguishing Disinfectants from Sterilants
    Description: Most antimicrobial chemical agents are disinfectants rather than sterilants. Sterilization and disinfection are both decontamination processes used to control the growth of microorganisms such as fungi, bacteria, and protozoans. Disinfection involves reducing or eliminating harmful microorganisms from ...
    1 page/≈275 words| 1 Source | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Gestational Diabetes in pregnancy
    Description: In recent decades, there has been an increased prevalence of diabetes globally, affecting individuals from diverse age groups and social contexts. According to available statistics, it is estimated that over 460 million people will be diagnosed with ...
    7 pages/≈1925 words| 10 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Role of Molecular Biology in Evolutionary Classification
    Description: Molecular biology, the field of science concerned with studying the chemical structures and processes of biological phenomena that involve the basic units of life, molecules (Britannica, 2020). This field mainly focuses on nucleic acids like DNA and RNA. Molecular biology has aided a lot in the ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 4 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Gas Spectometry
    Description: Mass spectrometry is a method of analysis used to confirm the existence of chemical species and measure the characteristics of each cell in those species. A mass spectrometer can produce ions from different types of ...
    3 pages/≈825 words| No Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Lab Report |
  • Biodiversity
    Description: Biodiversity, a short form for biological diversity, is a phrase that describes the diversification of life on earth and the associations between living organisms (Turner, 2018). This comprises variations among species, ...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 8 Sources | Harvard | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Paper |
  • Elaborating Pros and Cons of Human Cloning
    Description: Human cloning is the process of creating a genetically identical copy of a human. It also refers to the practice of creating copies of cells and body tissues of a human being. Human cloning is an issue of great controversy in the world today. The controversy surrounding human cloning has created divisions...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • The Effects of the Changes in Menstrual Length before Menopause
    Description: Women experience a variety of changes during the menopause transition period. The study by El Khoudary et al focuses on the menstrual changes that occur during the menopause transition period, in relation to the likelihood of cardiovascular disease development after midlife. According to the researchers,...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 1 Source | MLA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Evaluating the Components Used in DNA Separation
    Description: * Agarose: Agarose is the gelling agent, and the main component used in making the agarose gel. It is mixed with a buffer and melted in a microwave, this way the gel used to separate the DNA strands is made. * Electrophoresis buffer (1XTAE): The electrophoresis buffer is required for the passage ...
    1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | Other | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Evaluating Different Types of Microscopes
    Description: There are various types of microscopes, among them light, fluorescent, and electron microscopes. The most common type of light microscope used in laboratories is the compound microscope since it has two lenses that are used for magnifying the object. The ocular lens is the one that is closest to the eye...
    1 page/≈275 words| 1 Source | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Understanding the Diseases Being Spread by Mosquitoes
    Description: The information presented ties into disease and epidemiology because the video presents a discussion of how mosquitoes contribute in the spread various viruses that cause diseases such as Zika, Dengue fever, and yellow fever. Dengue fever infects 400 million people every year worldwide. About 700 million...
    1 page/≈275 words| 1 Source | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Identifying the Advantages and Disadvantages of Mitosis and Meiosis
    Description: Mitosis involves a total of six stages namely interphase, prophase, prometaphase, metaphase, anaphase, and telophase. Although the interphase is essentially not a component of mitotic cell division, it is nonetheless an important step since it precedes cell cycle progression. As a result, the interphase...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 2 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Coursework |
  • The Summary on the Recent Opiod Crisis
    Description: There is a disparity in opioid abuse in rural and urban areas. Although both are affected in one way or another, maternal opioid exposure is more devastating in rural settings than in urban areas. Neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) is frequent in rural areas. This implies that children exposed to opiod...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 2 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Social and Ethical Issues Associated with Genome Research
    Description: Social and ethical issues around genome research can be common and wide. However, these constraints and precautions regarding the public and society that researchers involved in any form of genomic study has to adhere to can be put in four categories as follows; Privacy of genetic information involved...
    1 page/≈275 words| 1 Source | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Why Forensic Biology is Required in Particular Cases
    Description: Forensic biology is the use of biological science principles and methods, usually in a legal setting. During a legal inquiry, forensic biologists examine cellular and tissue samples, as well as physiological fluids. These ...
    18 pages/≈4950 words| 12 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Exploring the Association between Gene Evolution, Gene Copy Number, and Amylase Enzyme Produ. . .
    Description: The purpose of the experiment was to determine the association between gene evolution, gene copy number, and amylase enzyme production. The study hypothesized that the amount of amylase enzyme would be directly proportional to the AMY1 genes. Furthermore, the study speculated a higher amount of AMY1 genes...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 4 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Lab Report |
  • Control of COVID-19 in Florida
    Description: The COVID-19 cases in Florida state government have already confirmed 403 cases. The government has thus issued directives to protect its citizens. As a preventive measure, people are advised to maintain a social distance of at least six feet. ...
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Research Paper |
  • Health promotion in Hispanic population
    Description: It is a sincere wish for every citizen to access quality and affordable health care. Irrespective of one’s community, people do all that they can within their means to remain healthy all through. However, some barriers come about in the process of health provision that often brings disparities in a way that a particular population becomes a victim. ...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 3 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • How Culture Has Influenced Our Behavior and Particularly Our Biology
    Description: Our customs and biology have always been intertwined. Customs and genetics are traditionally perceived as two distinct processes, but researchers realize that the two are closely interconnected, each influencing the natural succession of the other. Suppose we pinpoint how customs influence our genetic makeup and how similar procedures apply to other creatures....
    2 pages/≈550 words| 2 Sources | APA | Biological & Biomedical Sciences | Essay |
  • Blood Count and Glucose
    Description: Myocardial infarction is commonly known as a heart attack. It is caused by decreased, or impaired blood flow to a segment of the myocardium. Deprivation of the myocardium with oxygen results in myocardial cell necrosis and death...
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