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I need this genetics essay completed (please only bid if you are fluent in Engli

I need this genetics essay completed (please only bid if you are fluent in English).
Gene-editing or genome engineering can prevent or reduce human suffering, including improving the disease resistance of crops, improving the chance of having healthy children, or preventing disease transmission. However, there are ethical concerns related to the exploration and use of these technologies.
For this assignment, you will be selecting an ethical issue (I have already chosen Embryo Editing) in genetics from the Innovative Genomics Institute and performing library research on that topic. Your final essay should include enough background information for your peers to be able to understand the topic and why it is an ethical issue, a discussion of both sides of the issue, and a conclusion reflecting your opinion on the topic. The essay will be 600–700 words, two-pages, double-spaced at 12 point font, and include 3 references (citations must be complete to receive full credit with a minimum of 2 peer reviewed research articles). I will show you how to get the peer-reviewed research articles. I will be providing the tutor with an outline given to structure the essay.
Your final essay should be 600-700 words (about 2 pages, this value doesn’t include your references) and double-spaced. Make sure to include:
Enough background information for your peers to be able to understand the topic and why it is an ethical issue,
A discussion of each of the opposing sides of the issue (the “side A” and “side B”),
A conclusion reflecting your opinion on the topic, and
References (3 references, 2 of which need to be from peer-reviewed sources) formatted according to the ASM style guidelines. Remember that part of the essay requirements are to have at least 3 references and that 2 of these references were to be from a peer-reviewed source.

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I need this genetics essay completed (please only bid if you are fluent in Engli

I need this genetics essay completed (please only bid if you are fluent in English).
Gene-editing or genome engineering can prevent or reduce human suffering, including improving the disease resistance of crops, improving the chance of having healthy children, or preventing disease transmission. However, there are ethical concerns related to the exploration and use of these technologies.
For this assignment, you will be selecting an ethical issue (I have already chosen Embryo Editing) in genetics from the Innovative Genomics Institute and performing library research on that topic. Your final essay should include enough background information for your peers to be able to understand the topic and why it is an ethical issue, a discussion of both sides of the issue, and a conclusion reflecting your opinion on the topic. The essay will be 600–700 words, two-pages, double-spaced at 12 point font, and include 3 references (citations must be complete to receive full credit with a minimum of 2 peer reviewed research articles). I will show you how to get the peer-reviewed research articles. I will be providing the tutor with an outline given to structure the essay.
Your final essay should be 600-700 words (about 2 pages, this value doesn’t include your references) and double-spaced. Make sure to include:
Enough background information for your peers to be able to understand the topic and why it is an ethical issue,
A discussion of each of the opposing sides of the issue (the “side A” and “side B”),
A conclusion reflecting your opinion on the topic, and
References (3 references, 2 of which need to be from peer-reviewed sources) formatted according to the ASM style guidelines. Remember that part of the essay requirements are to have at least 3 references and that 2 of these references were to be from a peer-reviewed source.

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Do all bims that show the addition of a spacer + repeat only show incorporation into one locus?

please, complete a lab report.
1a) Which of the BIMs show evidence of incorporation of a spacer + repeat into a) the CR1 locus? b) the CR3 locus? 2. Do all BIMs that show the addition of a spacer + repeat only show incorporation into one locus? Post-lab questions 1) Were you successful in isolating BIMs? Give evidence as to why or why not. If not, how would you change the protocol? (For Post-Lab question 1, answer based on “Expt 2 Wk 3 Agarose Gel Images” i.e. your lab period actual data. ) 2) For different BIMs, how would you determine if the same ‘spacer’ sequence was incorporated into each one?3) To prove a BIM had evolved to be phage 2972 resistant, what experiment could you carry out? (Consider the protocol you already carried out and base your answer on this. Indicate the expected results with a ‘BIM’ strain. The agarose gel that needs to be used is GEL#2 Attached is the lab protocol, lab report format, Agarose gel sample data, and agarose gel images

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A fragment of the p25 gene was PCR amplified, cloned and the exact sequence determined. A 55 base oligomer (5` TACTG CTCGC TATCA GGCGT CGACT CCTGA AGGTC CTCAG GCGAC GCGTA CTGCA 3`) designed from this sequence was synthesised and labelled at the 5` end. The oligomer was then hybridized to the total RNA isolated from cells of a virus infected cell line. After S1 nuclease treatment, the mixture was separated on a polyacrylamide gel, and two products of the size of 15 bp and 26 bp were observed through autorad

A fragment of the p25 gene was PCR amplified, cloned and the exact sequence determined. A 55 base oligomer (5` TACTG CTCGC TATCA GGCGT CGACT CCTGA AGGTC CTCAG GCGAC GCGTA CTGCA 3`) designed from this sequence was synthesised and labelled at the 5` end. The oligomer was then hybridized to the total RNA isolated from cells of a virus infected cell line. After S1 nuclease treatment, the mixture was separated on a polyacrylamide gel, and two products of the size of 15 bp and 26 bp were observed through autoradiography.
What is the role of S1 nuclease in this method? (2 marks)
Write the complete known sequence of the DNA-RNA hybrid. (4 marks)
The deduced mRNA sequence(s) belongs to which end of mRNA?(2 marks)
The autoradiography showed two products of different sizes. What will you infer from this information? (4 marks)
Using the information provided, deduce the sequence of the mRNA(s). (8 marks)

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Eukaryotic mRNA Processing

I want you to write an essay consisting of two parts the first part about Eukaryotic mRNA Processing 8.4 of our textbook, and must be 250 words minimum The second part of the essay should be a reflection on something I’m still struggling with from section 8.2 (Bacterial Transcription) and section 8.3 (Eukaryotic Transcription), and overall it must 250 words minimum so in total 500 words minimum Each part must have as a minimum 250 words with no maximum. You must use at least one peer-reviewed source, appropriately referenced (APA format), in your response to the prompt. This includes in-text citations where appropriate in your essay and a bibliography at the end of the essay.
I have attached the assigned chapters

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Berk, L. E. (2012). Infants, children and adolescents (7th Ed.) Boston: Allyn & Bacon

ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS in the Attached document. RESPONSES SHOULD BE AT LEAST 5 SENTENCES.MUST BE IN YOUR OWN WORDS!!!
THE book for the questions are on google. You can download it if needed. You are to use the book to answer questions. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO FIND BOOK, look up question and provide an adequate answer. PLEASE USE COMPLETE SENTENCES.
Below is the name of the REQUIRED BOOK.
Berk, L. E. (2012). Infants, children and adolescents (7th Ed.) Boston: Allyn & Bacon
BE SURE TO READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE STARTING ON QUESTIONS. GO OVER QUESTIONS BEFORE SENDING WORK. TIP MAY BE GIVEN IF WORK IS GOOD.

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The inheritance of black coat colour vs. grey coat colour was studied in a particular population of cats.Many crosses between different pairs of black cats consistently produced all black offspring. Can we conclude from these results that grey is recessive?

The inheritance of black coat colour vs. grey coat colour was studied in a particular population of cats.Many crosses between different pairs of black cats consistently produced all black offspring. Can we conclude from these results that grey is recessive?
Several crosses between pairs of black and grey cats resulted in both F1 black and grey offspring. Can the mode of inheritance be determined from this data? Explain your answer.
Crosses between the F1 black cats (which were progeny of crosses between black and grey parents) occasionally produced a grey kitten. Can the mode of inheritance be determined from this data? Give reasoning for your answer.
Two crosses were performed with rabbit strains that differ in hair colour (black or brown) as well as hair texture (straight or frizzy). In both crosses, the same phenotypes were observed. What hair colour and what hair texture is dominant?
What are the genotypes of the parents in both crosses?
Assume each set of parents produced a total of 160 offspring over their lifetimes. How many of each type would be expected? Use a branch diagram to determine your answer.
Assume that capital letter alleles are dominant to lowercase letter alleles. From the following cross:PARENT 1 × PARENT 2 EeffGgHh EeFfGgHhWhat fraction of the progeny will be eeF_G_hh?
What faction of the progeny will be identical to Parent 2 in Phenotype?
What faction of the progeny will be unlike wither parents in Phenotype?
What fraction of the progeny will be EEFFGgHh?
What fraction of the progeny will be EeFfgghh?
What fraction of the progeny will be unlike either parent in Genotype?
In garden peas, tall plants (T) are dominant over short (t), round seeds (R) are dominant over wrinkled (r), yellow seeds (Y) are dominant over green (y) and purple flowers (A) are dominant over white (a). Consider a cross between the following pea plants:Plant 1 = TtRryyAa × Plant 2 = ttRrYYAaWhat proportion of the offspring will:Have the genotype ttrrYyaa?
Have the phenotype wrinkled, yellow, white, and short?
Be dominant for all 4 traits?
Be pure breeding for seed shape?
Be pure breeding for round seeds AND purple flowers?
Be pure breeding for all 4 traits?
What proportion of the round, yellow, white, tall progeny will have the genotype TtRrYyaa?
The haploid amount of DNA in humans is 1.91 × 1012 daltons (D). How much DNA in daltons would be found in a female cell in the following:During G1?
After the S phase?
After mitotic telophase and cytokinesis?
After telophase and cytokinesis of meiosis I?
After telophase and cytokinesis of meiosis II during oogenesis?
Draw the alignment of two pairs of chromosomes labelled F, F’ for the 1st pair and G, G’ for the 2nd pair at mitotic anaphase, meiotic anaphase I, and meiotic anaphase II.
For a plant, purple flowers (P) are dominant over white flowers (p). An initial cross was made between a plant that was homozygous for purple flowers and another plant homozygous for white flowers. The F1 progeny all possessed purple flowers, and these were self- pollinated to generate the F2 offspring. Pollen from all the resulting F2 plants was gathered and used to fertilize true-breeding white flowered plants. What proportion of the progeny resulting from this cross should have white flowers?
Could the trait described in the pedigree below be caused by an autosomal dominant condition? Give reasons for your answer. If the trait described in the pedigree below is caused by an autosomal recessive condition, state III-1’s genotype. The pedigree below describes the segregation of a trait caused by an autosomal recessive condition. If individuals III-3 and III-4 have a child, what is the probability that the child will exemplify the trait in its phenotype?

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The first, second, and third law of Mendel, possible crosses, and phenotypic and genotypic portions expected in the progeny. use of punnet squares for the solution of this type of exercise

The first, second, and third law of Mendel, possible crosses, and phenotypic and genotypic portions expected in the progeny.
use of punnet squares for the solution of this type of exercise

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The inheritance of black coat colour vs. grey coat colour was studied in a particular population of cats.Many crosses between different pairs of black cats consistently produced all black offspring. Can we conclude from these results that grey is recessive?

The inheritance of black coat colour vs. grey coat colour was studied in a particular population of cats.Many crosses between different pairs of black cats consistently produced all black offspring. Can we conclude from these results that grey is recessive?
Several crosses between pairs of black and grey cats resulted in both F1 black and grey offspring. Can the mode of inheritance be determined from this data? Explain your answer.
Crosses between the F1 black cats (which were progeny of crosses between black and grey parents) occasionally produced a grey kitten. Can the mode of inheritance be determined from this data? Give reasoning for your answer.
Two crosses were performed with rabbit strains that differ in hair colour (black or brown) as well as hair texture (straight or frizzy). In both crosses, the same phenotypes were observed. What hair colour and what hair texture is dominant?
What are the genotypes of the parents in both crosses?
Assume each set of parents produced a total of 160 offspring over their lifetimes. How many of each type would be expected? Use a branch diagram to determine your answer.
Assume that capital letter alleles are dominant to lowercase letter alleles. From the following cross:PARENT 1 × PARENT 2 EeffGgHh EeFfGgHhWhat fraction of the progeny will be eeF_G_hh?
What faction of the progeny will be identical to Parent 2 in Phenotype?
What faction of the progeny will be unlike wither parents in Phenotype?
What fraction of the progeny will be EEFFGgHh?
What fraction of the progeny will be EeFfgghh?
What fraction of the progeny will be unlike either parent in Genotype?
In garden peas, tall plants (T) are dominant over short (t), round seeds (R) are dominant over wrinkled (r), yellow seeds (Y) are dominant over green (y) and purple flowers (A) are dominant over white (a). Consider a cross between the following pea plants:Plant 1 = TtRryyAa × Plant 2 = ttRrYYAaWhat proportion of the offspring will:Have the genotype ttrrYyaa?
Have the phenotype wrinkled, yellow, white, and short?
Be dominant for all 4 traits?
Be pure breeding for seed shape?
Be pure breeding for round seeds AND purple flowers?
Be pure breeding for all 4 traits?
What proportion of the round, yellow, white, tall progeny will have the genotype TtRrYyaa?
The haploid amount of DNA in humans is 1.91 × 1012 daltons (D). How much DNA in daltons would be found in a female cell in the following:During G1?
After the S phase?
After mitotic telophase and cytokinesis?
After telophase and cytokinesis of meiosis I?
After telophase and cytokinesis of meiosis II during oogenesis?
Draw the alignment of two pairs of chromosomes labelled F, F’ for the 1st pair and G, G’ for the 2nd pair at mitotic anaphase, meiotic anaphase I, and meiotic anaphase II.
For a plant, purple flowers (P) are dominant over white flowers (p). An initial cross was made between a plant that was homozygous for purple flowers and another plant homozygous for white flowers. The F1 progeny all possessed purple flowers, and these were self- pollinated to generate the F2 offspring. Pollen from all the resulting F2 plants was gathered and used to fertilize true-breeding white flowered plants. What proportion of the progeny resulting from this cross should have white flowers?
Could the trait described in the pedigree below be caused by an autosomal dominant condition? Give reasons for your answer. If the trait described in the pedigree below is caused by an autosomal recessive condition, state III-1’s genotype. The pedigree below describes the segregation of a trait caused by an autosomal recessive condition. If individuals III-3 and III-4 have a child, what is the probability that the child will exemplify the trait in its phenotype?

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Berk, L. E. (2012). Infants, children and adolescents (7th Ed.) Boston: Allyn & Bacon

ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS in the Attached document. RESPONSES SHOULD BE AT LEAST 5 SENTENCES.MUST BE IN YOUR OWN WORDS!!!
THE book for the questions are on google. You can download it if needed. You are to use the book to answer questions. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO FIND BOOK, look up question and provide an adequate answer. PLEASE USE COMPLETE SENTENCES. Below is the name of the REQUIRED BOOK.
Berk, L. E. (2012). Infants, children and adolescents (7th Ed.) Boston: Allyn & Bacon
BE SURE TO READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE STARTING ON QUESTIONS. GO OVER QUESTIONS BEFORE SENDING WORK. TIP MAY BE GIVEN IF WORK IS GOOD.