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I. Learning Oriented Behaviors
I do optional reading that my instructors suggest even though I know it wont affect
1. I typically do not do this unless I feel that it will help me gain a better understanding
Genetics, Prenatal Development, and Birth
l. Earliest Development and the Foundations of Genetics
A. Genes and Chromosomes: The Code of Life
1. Humans begin life as a single cell.
a. GENES -
They are the basic units of geneti
Development of the Self
1. The Developing Self
o The Roots of Self-Awareness
1. Are we born with the knowledge that we exist independently from others?
0 Not originally
2. The roots of SELF-AWARENESS
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"Your genetics load the gun. Your lifestyle pulls the trigger" said Mehmet Oz who is also known
as Dr Oz, his state referred to the influence of nature and nurture
"Your genetics load the gun. Your lifestyle pulls the trigger" said Mehmet Oz who is also known as Dz
Oz, his state refered to the influence of nature and nurture in our development, characteristics and,
behaviourSome believe that we are defined only by g
1: In an ecosystem, the living components are called what?
Reason: The biotic components of an ecosystem are the living things (e.g. plants and
animals) whereas the abiotic component r
Microbes are microscopic organisms, many of which cause infectious disease and death,
and are typically single-celled in structure. There are actually six classifications of
infectious agents, which will be discussed on the next
Quotes the readings, develops the point further, asks a probing question, and/or
provides personal experience within the topic.
A fair and just health care system provides care to each individual
equally despite his/her employment or socioeconomic status.
1: Which of the following is not part of the cell theory postulated by Scheider and
all organisms are composed of cells
all organisms are unicellular or multicellular
cells arise only from previously existing cells
cells in an organisms can be di
1: Viruses differ from cells in that they have only DNA or RNA but not both.
Reason: Cells contain both DNA and RNA, unlike viruses, which contain only one or the
2: What is a virus's sole claim to life?
ability to replicate
(a) What are some common tickborne diseases? (b) Discuss some measures you
can use to prevent tickborne diseases.
A common tickborne disease includes Lyme disease, which has a very weird
incubation time of three days to one month. Rocky Mountain spotted f
1: The three most common bacterial cell shapes do not include:
all of the above are very common bacterial cell shapes
Reason: The three most common bacterial cell shapes are bacillus, coccus, and spiral.
2: Which of the follo
1: Which pair of nitrogenous bases are purines?
A and G
C and T
A and T
G and C
A and C
Reason: A and G are purines; T and C are pyrimidines.
2: Which is not a characteristic of DNA?
The bases A, C, G, and U
Part 4: Personal & Professional Implications
I feel as if the movie was very realistic with a few things that were farfetched.
Some of the non-realistic things that happened in the movie were how fast the virus
spread. I do believe with the advancement in