“If you use Safranin as primary stain and Crystal Violet as counter stain, how t

“If you use Safranin as primary stain and Crystal Violet as counter stain, how that mistake will affect your Gram staining results”.
This assignment will help you understand the significance of Gram Staining and the importance of following the proper procedure of Gram staining.
Directions
Before your start your report, check chapter three PowerPoint handouts, listen to chapter 3 audio recording about Grams Staining, and watch the Gram staining video. All of these resources have been posted in the Unit 1 content section.
This paper should be 2 pages in length, written in the English language, with Font 12, Times New Roman, 1.5 spaced. It should have an introduction, a few body paragraphs, and a conclusion. Please mention any references (if any) on the 3rd page of the paper (NOT on the 2nd page). References do not need to be in any specific format; you may choose to simply paste the URL of the website used (if you have one).

Learning Goal: I’m working on a anatomy discussion question and need an explanat

Learning Goal: I’m working on a anatomy discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Step 1: In a two-page paper
Explain blood typing and how it is used to avoid adverse reactions following blood transfusions
Discuss the concept of ABO blood groups.
Include the Rh antigen.
Summarize the antigens and antibodies associated with Type O, Type A, Type B, and Type AB blood.
Explain compatible blood types, universal donors, and universal recipients.
Assignment Expectations for Grading:
1. Demonstration of critical thinking, scholarship, and ability to connect and apply the material
2. Comprehensiveness and completeness of your responses
3. Adherence to the written instructions
4. Spelling and grammar
5. Provide 3-5 APA Style References to support your paper.
Requirements: 2 Pages Times New Roman Size 12 Font Double-Spaced APA Format Excluding the Title and Reference Pages
Please be sure to include an introduction paragraph with a clear thesis statement at the end along with a conclusion paragraph
Please be sure to carefully follow the instructions
No plagiarism & No Course Hero & No Chegg. The assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool
Please be sure to include at least one in-text citation in each body paragraph
Please be sure to use sources that are credible or scholarly

Learning Goal: I’m working on a anatomy discussion question and need an explanat

Learning Goal: I’m working on a anatomy discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Step 1: In a two-page paper
Explain blood typing and how it is used to avoid adverse reactions following blood transfusions
Discuss the concept of ABO blood groups.
Include the Rh antigen.
Summarize the antigens and antibodies associated with Type O, Type A, Type B, and Type AB blood.
Explain compatible blood types, universal donors, and universal recipients.
Assignment Expectations for Grading:
1. Demonstration of critical thinking, scholarship, and ability to connect and apply the material
2. Comprehensiveness and completeness of your responses
3. Adherence to the written instructions
4. Spelling and grammar
5. Provide 3-5 APA Style References to support your paper.
Requirements: 2 Pages Times New Roman Size 12 Font Double-Spaced APA Format Excluding the Title and Reference Pages
Please be sure to include an introduction paragraph with a clear thesis statement at the end along with a conclusion paragraph
Please be sure to carefully follow the instructions
No plagiarism & No Course Hero & No Chegg. The assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool
Please be sure to include at least one in-text citation in each body paragraph
Please be sure to use sources that are credible or scholarly

The purpose of this assignment is twofold: Practice scientific writing that is c

The purpose of this assignment is twofold:
Practice scientific writing that is clear, concise, accurate, and original.
Research and analyze a common medical condition.
Follow the rubric.
Be sure to employ “college-level” writing (correct grammar and spelling).
This is an essay-style assignment.
Case Study: Kyle Boulard, a 35 year-old male, is believed to be one of the primary causes of the accident on Route 91. Passengers on the bus reported that Mr Boulard was “clearly intoxicated” when he boarded the bus. According to these reports, Mr. Boulard behaved erratically, appeared disoriented, and left his seat and staggered down the aisle. Just prior to the accident, he stumbled into the driver’s compartment. Paramedics found Mr. Boulard in a disoriented state when they arrived on the scene, but noted only minor injuries. A “fruity acetone combined with alcohol” smell was noted on his breath. What follows is a summary of the notable test results.
General Blood Urine
BP: 95/58 pH: 7.1 Odor: “fruity acetone”
HR: 110 bpm Glucose: 345 mg/dl pH: 4.3
Ketone bodies: 22 mg/dl Glucose: Strongly positive
Blood alcohol: 110 mg/dl
Questions to Answer
1. Look up the normal values for the each of the test results (see below) and identify whether each test result is normal or abnormal. If there is a medical term for the elevated/lowered test value, indicate its name. (Example: Excess blood calcium is referred to as hypercalcemia.)
Reference Values for Blood and Urine Studies.pdf
Blood Pressure and Heart Rate Reference Values.pdf
Blood Alcohol Levels.pdf
2. Which substance is producing the “fruity acetone” smell in Mr. Bouchard’s urine?
3. Why is his body producing ketones in the presence of such large amounts of glucose?
4. Explain how the pH of Mr. Bouchard’s blood and urine is related to the ketone bodies measured in each of these fluids.
5. Provide a possible “alternative” explanation for Mr. Bouchard’s erratic behavior and high blood alcohol concentration. Think outside the box.
6. What metabolic disease do you suspect Mr. Bouchard suffers from?
7. Be sure to follow the rubric.
RESOURCES
Metabolism and Nutrition (Open Stax (Links to an external site.))
The Liver as an Organ
RUBRIC
Rubric
Nutrition and Metabolism
Nutrition and Metabolism
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeNormal Values
8 pts
Average
Student provided the normal value range and physiological term for SOME blood and urine test results.
8 to >0.0 pts
Excellent
Student provided the normal value range and physiological term for ALL blood and urine test results.
0 pts
No Marks
Student did not provide the normal value range and physiological term for blood and urine test results.
8 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePhysiology
8 to >4.0 pts
Excellent
The student correctly describes BOTH blood glucose metabolism relative to homeostasis, referencing correct hormone(s) and macromolecules AND the patient’s diseased metabolic pathway. The student correctly connects the patient’s “fruity” smelling breath and urine with his metabolism.
4 to >0.0 pts
Average
The student correctly describes glucose metabolism relative to homeostasis OR the patient’s diseased glucose metabolism, but not both. The student loosely connects the patient’s “fruity” smelling breath and urine with his metabolism.
0 pts
No Marks
The student incorrectly describes glucose metabolism relative to homeostasis AND the patient’s diseased glucose metabolism. The student does not connect the patient’s “fruity” smelling breath with his metabolism.
8 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeBlood and Urine pH
8 to >4.0 pts
Excellent
The student correctly attributes AND describes the patient’s blood and urine pH to his disease state.
4 to >0.0 pts
Average
The student correctly attributes OR describes the patient’s blood and urine pH to his disease state, but not both.
0 pts
No Marks
The student incorrectly attributes and describes the patient’s blood and urine pH to his disease state.
8 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeExplanation of Behavior
8 to >4.0 pts
Excellent
The student provides a researched and thoughtful explanation of the patient’s behavior with references to metabolism and blood chemistry.
4 to >0.0 pts
Average
The student provides a vague explanation of the patient’s behavior with references to metabolism and blood chemistry.
0 pts
No Marks
The student does not provide an explanation of the patient’s behavior with references to metabolism and blood chemistry.
8 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDiagnosis
8 to >4.0 pts
Excellent
The student correctly identifies the patient’s disease state AND his current complication, and aptly summarizes how both contributed to his blood/urine results.
4 to >0.0 pts
Average
The student correctly identifies the patient’s disease state OR his current complication, but not both, and loosely summarizes how both contributed to his blood/urine results.
0 pts
No Marks
The student incorrectly identifies the patient’s disease state AND his current complication and does not summarize how both contributed to his blood/urine results.
8 pts
Total Points: 40

In a post of 300 words, respond to the following: Discuss how the kidneys proces

In a post of 300 words, respond to the following:
Discuss how the kidneys process carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins and the effect that an imbalance of these three macromolecules have on renal function.
Examine how the gross and histological structure of the kidney facilitates urine production during:
1) glomerular filtration, 2) tubular reabsorption, and 3) tubular secretion.

2 findings – a page a piece! very important!!!!!!!! Anatomy in The News Students

2 findings – a page a piece! very important!!!!!!!! Anatomy in The News Students are to find a current event that pertains to Anatomy & Physiology in the news. Sources must be from a Journal, Creditable Newspaper, or approved website (see below). Students will have to write a one-page summary of their findings. In the paper students must briefly describe why they choose that article, how it pertains to anatomy & physiology (be very detailed), and their opinion on the subject matter. Students must cite their references in APA format. If there are no sources given, students will automatically receive a zero. The same topic cannot be chosen each month. For example, if you choose COVID for one month you can not choose it again for the next. Do not copy their information as that is considered plagiarism. Please visit the Plagiarism Guide & Examples Document posted under Additional Resources. Students must submit this at the end of each month (by the 30th or 31st). Here are a list of creditable website and journals that you may use: • New England Journal of Medicine • Journal of American Medical Association • The Lancet • Medical News Today • Medscape • Science Daily • CNN.COM/Health

The purpose of this assignment is twofold: Practice scientific writing that is c

The purpose of this assignment is twofold:
Practice scientific writing that is clear, concise, accurate, and original.
Research and analyze a common medical condition.
Follow the rubric.
Be sure to employ “college-level” writing (correct grammar and spelling).
This is an essay-style assignment.
Case Study: Kyle Boulard, a 35 year-old male, is believed to be one of the primary causes of the accident on Route 91. Passengers on the bus reported that Mr Boulard was “clearly intoxicated” when he boarded the bus. According to these reports, Mr. Boulard behaved erratically, appeared disoriented, and left his seat and staggered down the aisle. Just prior to the accident, he stumbled into the driver’s compartment. Paramedics found Mr. Boulard in a disoriented state when they arrived on the scene, but noted only minor injuries. A “fruity acetone combined with alcohol” smell was noted on his breath. What follows is a summary of the notable test results.
General Blood Urine
BP: 95/58 pH: 7.1 Odor: “fruity acetone”
HR: 110 bpm Glucose: 345 mg/dl pH: 4.3
Ketone bodies: 22 mg/dl Glucose: Strongly positive
Blood alcohol: 110 mg/dl
Questions to Answer
1. Look up the normal values for the each of the test results (see below) and identify whether each test result is normal or abnormal. If there is a medical term for the elevated/lowered test value, indicate its name. (Example: Excess blood calcium is referred to as hypercalcemia.)
Reference Values for Blood and Urine Studies.pdf
Blood Pressure and Heart Rate Reference Values.pdf
Blood Alcohol Levels.pdf
2. Which substance is producing the “fruity acetone” smell in Mr. Bouchard’s urine?
3. Why is his body producing ketones in the presence of such large amounts of glucose?
4. Explain how the pH of Mr. Bouchard’s blood and urine is related to the ketone bodies measured in each of these fluids.
5. Provide a possible “alternative” explanation for Mr. Bouchard’s erratic behavior and high blood alcohol concentration. Think outside the box.
6. What metabolic disease do you suspect Mr. Bouchard suffers from?
7. Be sure to follow the rubric.
RESOURCES
Metabolism and Nutrition (Open Stax (Links to an external site.))
The Liver as an Organ
RUBRIC
Rubric
Nutrition and Metabolism
Nutrition and Metabolism
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeNormal Values
8 pts
Average
Student provided the normal value range and physiological term for SOME blood and urine test results.
8 to >0.0 pts
Excellent
Student provided the normal value range and physiological term for ALL blood and urine test results.
0 pts
No Marks
Student did not provide the normal value range and physiological term for blood and urine test results.
8 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePhysiology
8 to >4.0 pts
Excellent
The student correctly describes BOTH blood glucose metabolism relative to homeostasis, referencing correct hormone(s) and macromolecules AND the patient’s diseased metabolic pathway. The student correctly connects the patient’s “fruity” smelling breath and urine with his metabolism.
4 to >0.0 pts
Average
The student correctly describes glucose metabolism relative to homeostasis OR the patient’s diseased glucose metabolism, but not both. The student loosely connects the patient’s “fruity” smelling breath and urine with his metabolism.
0 pts
No Marks
The student incorrectly describes glucose metabolism relative to homeostasis AND the patient’s diseased glucose metabolism. The student does not connect the patient’s “fruity” smelling breath with his metabolism.
8 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeBlood and Urine pH
8 to >4.0 pts
Excellent
The student correctly attributes AND describes the patient’s blood and urine pH to his disease state.
4 to >0.0 pts
Average
The student correctly attributes OR describes the patient’s blood and urine pH to his disease state, but not both.
0 pts
No Marks
The student incorrectly attributes and describes the patient’s blood and urine pH to his disease state.
8 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeExplanation of Behavior
8 to >4.0 pts
Excellent
The student provides a researched and thoughtful explanation of the patient’s behavior with references to metabolism and blood chemistry.
4 to >0.0 pts
Average
The student provides a vague explanation of the patient’s behavior with references to metabolism and blood chemistry.
0 pts
No Marks
The student does not provide an explanation of the patient’s behavior with references to metabolism and blood chemistry.
8 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDiagnosis
8 to >4.0 pts
Excellent
The student correctly identifies the patient’s disease state AND his current complication, and aptly summarizes how both contributed to his blood/urine results.
4 to >0.0 pts
Average
The student correctly identifies the patient’s disease state OR his current complication, but not both, and loosely summarizes how both contributed to his blood/urine results.
0 pts
No Marks
The student incorrectly identifies the patient’s disease state AND his current complication and does not summarize how both contributed to his blood/urine results.
8 pts
Total Points: 40

Hide Assignment Information Turnitin® This assignment will be submitted to Turni

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Instructions
Investigate anabolic steroids and their use in sports. Determine how they affect skeletal muscle healing and enhance skeletal muscle performance.
Instructions:
1. Your assignment must be of minimum of 400 words, with standard APA formatting and complete and details citations.
2. Submit your assignments to the corresponding drop-box on or before the due dates.

Beginning with the inferior vena cava, describe the path a blood cell would take

Beginning with the inferior vena cava, describe the path a blood cell would take ending with the aorta. You should clearly list the steps including structures such as chambers, valves, vessels, and even the lungs. (MLO 1, 2) https://youtu.be/X9ZZ6tcxArI
Explain how pacemaker cells and the autonomic nervous system contribute to both intrinsic and extrinsic control of the heart during rest and stress. Your answer should clearly identify autonomic nerve fiber type, receptors, and neurotransmitters involved in regulating heart rate and pumping activity during both conditions. Your answer should clearly explain the concept of dual innervation. Finally, which branch of the autonomic nervous system predominates the heart at rest? (MLO 5) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLBMwcvOaEo
Consider the stomach and skeletal muscles in the legs during rest vs strenuous activity. Explain how vasoconstriction and vasodilation patterns change to regulate blood flow to these organs during each activity. Explain how this occurs intrinsically (due to local tissue conditions) as well as extrinsically (autonomic control). For extrinsic control, your answer should clearly demonstrate an understating of autonomic neuron fiber types, receptor types found in vessels, and neurotransmitters released. Finally, use the information you have presented to explain why blood pressure (measured at the brachial artery) increases after eating a meal (MLO 10, 11). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVklPwGALpI
Define cardiac output in both words and mathematically. Provide average cardiac output values at rest and strenuous activity for an average adult. Finally, explain how venous return increases during activity and how this leads to increased cardiac output. Explain in both words and mathematically. (MLO 7)
Be sure to reference all research, including the text, in APA format.