How would you cite the article in your reference section (in APA format)?

Answer the following questions in Complete sentences. 1.) How would you cite the article in your reference section ? 2.) What was the main topic studied? 3.) Why is it important to study this topic? 4.) What were the hypotheses or main objectives of this article? 5.) Who were the participants and how were they […]

Discuss Cloning, DNA fragments, protein encoding and agarose gel-electrophoresis-analysing data.

Discuss Cloning, DNA fragments, protein encoding and agarose gel-electrophoresis-analysing data.

Describe a minimum of three differences between prokaryotes and eukaryotes?

BSC module 1 short answer Answer all 15 questions below. Use complete sentences! 1. Demonstrate the steps of the scientific process using a real-world example: 2. Describe (not list) the four-stage hypothesis for the origin of life. 3. What is a biofilm? Name three places you might find a biofilm. 4. Detail the how prokaryotes, […]

What characteristics of life to pre-cells exhibit, and which are they lacking that cause them not to be true cells

Could humans ever get to a point where we could photosynthesize? Going through the lecture and looking at the various nutrition types for protists we have autotrophs, heterotrophs and mixotrophs got me thinking about how humans obtain nutrition. Autotrophs can produce their own food (via photosynthesis), heterotrophs must consume/ingest their food, and mixotrophs can do […]

Is it time to reform the federal civil service so that it resembles the private sector?

It is argued that for the U.S. federal workforce to be more efficient and effective in facing the challenges of the 21st century that significant government reform must occur. Researchers argue that the reform should focus on modernizing a number of governance areas to include the to include the civil service and contract workforce. Is […]

What can qualitative research offer than quantitative methods cannot offer to support these public administration tasks?

Qualitative Research Public administrators conduct research to plan, solve problems, and support their decisions. They must collect data to support these tasks and other courses of action. Unfortunately, the literature indicates that these public administrators mostly use quantitative methods. What can qualitative research offer than quantitative methods cannot offer to support these public administration tasks?

What other thoughts did you have about your observations?How might this portrayal contribute to ageism or help fight ageism?

Observe how older adults (65 years old and above) are portrayed in the “media”. Observe at least one of the following: TV shows Movies Magazines News programs Advertisements Radio/podcast, etc. Observe how that TV show, movie, etc. talks about/to, treats, and interacts with older people. Once you have made your observations, write the answers to […]

Have ethical issues been addressed, and what has necessary ethical approvals gained?Was the description of the data analysis sufficiently rigorous?

Strategies, facilitators and barriers to implementation of evidence-based practice in community nursing: a systematic mixed- studies review and qualitative synthesis 1. Abstract and title: Did they provide a clear description of the study?2. Introduction and aims: Was there a good background and clear statement ofthe aims of the research?3. Method and data: Is the method […]

Describe the background and history of the issue. Describe the current state.

Evidence based Practice Describe the background and history of the issue. Describe the current state. History of evidence-based practice History of problem • Gap between theory (nurses know its beneficial) and practice (implementation of EBP is challenging/ not readily done) • Lack of knowledge and education of EBP • “ The two most frequently cited […]

Reflect on a time when you questioned or challenged a belief or idea. what prompted your thinking? what was the outcome?

Reflect on a time when you questioned or challenged a belief or idea. what prompted your thinking? what was the outcome?