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Carbohydrates, Restriction Enzymes, and Nitrogenous Bases
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An in depth look at linear carbohydrates (monosaccharides, oligosaccharides, polysaccharides and enantiomers) as well as the cyclization of monosaccharides, reducing and nonreducing sugars. The differences and similarities between DNA and RNA are looked at as well as an introduction to restriction enzymes such as gene cloning/isolation, Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR), and dideoxynucleotide sequence analysis. Nitrogenous bases are reviewed in their primary structure as well as in the double heli...

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Recombinant DNA technology
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Summary comprised from Textbook, Lecture Notes and Additional Resources. Includes making Recombinant DNA technology; Restriction enzymes; Cloning Vectors; Blue-White Screening; Bacterial Plasmid Vectors (Phage Vectors, Bacterial Yeast, Yeast Artificial Chromosomes, Expresson Vectors); DNA libraries (Genomic DNA libraries, Complementary DNA library); Colony Blot Hybridisation; Techniques used to analyse recombinant DNA ; Polymerase Chain reaction; using gel electrophoresis to visualise the result...

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NUR 201 Lifespan test. Questions & Answers | Fortis College, Orange Park
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Abnormal Cellular Growth A child with leukemia is being discharged from the hospital and will continue to take prednisone at home. Which statement by the child's parent indicates a need for additional teaching about the effects of this medication? Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 1. "I'll watch her caloric intake, since she has gained so much weight." 2. "This is a good season for bananas and oranges, so I'll buy a lot of them." 3. "I never cook wi...

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NUR 201 Lifespan_1_Test Latest Version Questions and Answers.
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1.   Abnormal Cellular Growth A child with leukemia is being discharged from the hospital and will continue to take prednisone at home. Which statement by the child's parent indicates a need for additional teaching about the effects of this medication?   Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 1. "I'll watch her caloric intake, since she has gained so much weight."       2. "This is a good season for bananas and oranges, so I'll buy a lot of them."     3. "I never cook with s...

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Case Study - CHF - Donald Bergman
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CASE STUDY – HEART FAILURE Donald Bergman Patient Assignment D.B. is a 67-year-old male who was admitted to the telemetry unit 1 day ago for medical management with a diagnosis of chronic heart failure (HF). D.B. has a 20-year history of hypertension and had an MI 6 years ago. He began having fatigue, tachycardia, and dependent bilateral lower extremity edema about 18 months ago, and was diagnosed with right ventricular HF. He was already taking enalapril for hypertension and was ...

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NR228 Nutrition, Health, & Wellness Study Guide Unit 2
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Nonessential amino acids can be created by the liver or (11) Matching complete and incomplete proteins Chapter 5: Fats • What is the major function of triglyceride in food and physiologically in the body? Food functions: Triglycerides  Triglycerides provide food functions of energy, palatability, safety, food processing, and source of nutrients.  Source of energy  Palatability: fat makes food smell and taste good  Satiety and satiation: fat helps prevent hunger between me...

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NUR 201 Lifespan test. Questions & Answers | Fortis College, Orange Park
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Abnormal Cellular Growth A child with leukemia is being discharged from the hospital and will continue to take prednisone at home. Which statement by the child's parent indicates a need for additional teaching about the effects of this medication? Student Response Correct Answer Feedback 1. "I'll watch her caloric intake, since she has gained so much weight." 2. "This is a good season for bananas and oranges, so I'll buy a lot of them." 3. "I never cook with salt, ...

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BIOL 212 Exam Review 2 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
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BIOL 212 Exam Review 2 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 200 SI Exam Review 2 Course: Biology 212 (1) Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) 1. The DNA that codes for proteins that regulate the activity of structural genes is contained in a 3. Introns 3. If you wanted to separate DNA pieces by size you would 4. Restriction enzymes 5. The process of copying a gene's DNA sequence into a sequence of RNA is called 6. The transcribing enzyme is 7. Transcription occurs along a ___...

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BIOL 2421: Microbiology final ocx, Latest 2020/2021 TEST BANK Guide, South Texas College.
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BIOL 2421 Microbiology Final ocx. 1. Microorganisms are best defined as organisms that A. can only be found growing in laboratories. B. are too small to be seen with the unaided eye. C. are infectious particles. D. lack a cell nucleus. E. cause human disease. 2. Which of the following are not considered microorganisms? A. Fungi B. Protozoa C. Viruses D. Bacteria E. Mosquitoes 3. Helminths are ______. A. molds B. parasitic worms C. bacteria D. protozoa E. infectious particles 4. Among the types o...

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AGNP BOARD EXAM QUESTIONSPregnancy Assessment (67 Questions),100% CORRECT
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Weight gain should be monitored during pregnancy. For a pregnant woman whose BMI is < 18.5, the total weight gain should be: 11-20 pounds. 15-25 pounds. 25-35 pounds 28-40 pounds. Question: During pregnancy, which hormone is produced by the placenta and supports progesterone synthesis in the corpus luteum? Progesterone Human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) Estrogen Human placental lactogen Question: During pregnancy, as the skin over the abdome...

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