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Please prepare a client-friendly husbandry handout to include information on: Enclosure, Habitat, Water, Lighting, Socialization, Diet and feeding, Temperature and humidity, Signs of disease in that species, and what to watch for at home Life expectancy.

Please write a 1 page client handout on salamander
( Salamander )
Please prepare a client-friendly husbandry handout to include information on: Enclosure, Habitat, Water, Lighting, Socialization, Diet and feeding, Temperature and humidity, Signs of disease in that species, and what to watch for at home Life expectancy. The handout must be organized, client-friendly, and include an image of the amphibian. Be creative and add clip art, color, or designs to make it interesting to the client. Requirements: 1 Page Husbandry Informative on Ferrets Excluding the References Page | .doc file
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 paragraph
Please be sure to use sources that are credible or scholarly

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I want to write about Spix’s macaw, and the IUCN has legally declared Spix’s macaw threatened. How can we help them?

I want to write about Spix’s macaw, and the IUCN has legally declared Spix’s macaw threatened. How can we help them?
Your final paper needs to have a thesis and evidence from peer-reviewed journals.
You must paraphrase all your research into your own words. You may only use one direct quote. All additional direct quotes used will incur a point penalty from your grade.
Do not use I, Me, or My statements. Assume the reader (me), already has a solid working knowledge of the topic. Think of it like writing a paper for a fellow expert, find something interesting you would want to share with a fellow expert on your master topic. Primary literature sources should be published after the year 2000.
The minimum word count for the body of the paper (the portion you actually write) is 1500 words. Title, citations (both in text and end citations), your name, and any direct quotes are excluded when calculating whether or not your paper has reached the minimum word count.
Max word count is 2000, including citations.
TurnItIn will be used to scan for plagiarism. Papers over 30% will result in a meeting with Ins. Poffenroth or a failing grade.
You must paraphrase all of your research. This is an activity to test your ability at finding scholarly research articles, reading those articles, understanding those articles and putting the information you found into your own words in a coherent example of written communication.
You must have at least 10 reputable literature sources, of which you must have 8 minimum peer-reviewed journals. Your remaining references can be from any reputable resource. All sources and information that is not common knowledge are to be cited in CSE Name Year Style (Links to an external site.) , both in text and at the end in the literature cited section.
As long as your citations are in CSE Name Year Style and you are following an accepted grammatically correct style of the English language, you will be fine. This means, that you may have your literature cited section and in-text citations in CSE Name Year Style and the rest of your paper can be formatted in the style you are most accustomed to writing in, i.e. APA, Chicago, MLA, etc. You may use a lead-in citation only once, after which you will have points deducted.
Now that you have chosen your one main topic, get specific and choose a sub-topic. You need to get very specific on your actual topic (going from the broad topic you started with to a more specific sub-topic that you could write a coherent paper of this size upon).
Research peer-reviewed journals (Links to an external site.)(My favorite databases are JSTOR and Science Direct)
While reading these journal papers, pay special attention to the Abstract, Introduction, Background/Significance and Discussion sections. Take your own notes, do not just highlight.
Drawing upon your research, gather and distill the knowledge you have just gained about your specific sub-topic and write your paper, in your own words, describing this new and novel information for a University level audience. You want to summarize your findings so that the reader will leave with a good understanding of what is cutting edge in your chosen topic’s field.
You do not need to place these underline headers in your paper – this is just to help you create your paper. There is no need to include an abstract for our purposes here.
Introduction: describe the topic, indicate the scope and give any history and/or background information that is appropriate. (Cite literature)
Body: Include current information/research drawn from a wide array of primary literature sources and text. Develop your ideas sequentially. (Cite literature)
Conclusion/Discussion: Pull together the information and ideas to make a coherent picture. Give some idea of the importance of the topic and its role in its community (if applicable). Also, indicate what the future may hold and what (if any) is being done to conserve the species. (Cite literature)
Literature Cited Section: Also known as a bibliography. All citations are to be in CSE Name Year Style. Always give credit for ALL information you have gained from someone else.

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Zoology

Define What Is An Animal?

Define What Is An Animal?

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Zoology

* to remove the heat produced during cellular respiration

* To exchange 0² and ᴄᴏ² between the atmosphere and the blood
* To maintain homeostatic regulation of body ᴩᴴ
* To protect us from inhaled pathogens and pollutants
* To remove the heat produced during cellular respiration

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Please write a 1 page husbandry informative on ferrets

Please write a 1 page husbandry informative on ferrets
( Ferret )
please write up a detailed 1-page information sheet for a ferret pet owner to include husbandry, nutrition, and clinical signs of illness in ferrets. Also include recommendations for spay, neuter, and anal gland removal.
Requirements: 1 Page Husbandry Informative on Ferrets Excluding the References Page | .doc file
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 paragraph
Please be sure to use sources that are credible or scholarly

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Zoology

Amoeba was first discovered by Roesel Von Rosenhof in 1775. It is regarded as the simplest of all animals, since its body consists of minute transparent asymmetrical specks of protoplasm having a nucleus but without permanent organelles. It is widely distributed and commonly found in the ooze or bottom mud in fresh water pools, ditches, lakes and slow streams, often in shallow water on the undersides of aquatic vegetation.

Amoeba was first discovered by Roesel Von Rosenhof in 1775. It is regarded as the simplest of all animals, since its body consists of minute transparent asymmetrical specks of protoplasm having a nucleus but without permanent organelles. It is widely distributed and commonly found in the ooze or bottom mud in fresh water pools, ditches, lakes and slow streams, often in shallow water on the undersides of aquatic vegetation. The side of lotus ponds and the water trough are common source for their collection. Amoeba is a unicellular microscopic animal and measures about 250 to 600 microns or 1/100 inches. It appears as an irregular colorless and translucent mass of protoplasm with fingerlike projections from the body in all directions .These are called Pseudopodia. It keeps changing its shape in one direction and withdrawing in other direction. They are broad to cylindrical with blunt rounded tips and are composed of both ectoplasm and endoplasm. Its body is covered by very thin delicate plasma membrane called plasma lemma; these have adhesive properties and serve to bind animalcule to the substratum. Inside the plasmalemma is a dense mass of cytoplasm having several organelles .It is differentiated into an outer ectoplasm and an inner endoplasm .Ectoplasm is thin clear (non granular) and hyaline layer while endoplasm forms the main body completely surrounded by the ectoplasm. Endoplasm is made up of the outer stiff plasmagel and inner more fluid plasmasol. Endoplasmic organelles include a single conspicuous nucleus, a contractile vacuole which circulates with in endoplasm. Along with this, numerous food vacuoles are found scattered in the endoplasm. These are non-contractile and are of the different size .Digestion of food takes place inside the food vacuole. Other organallies like E.R, Ribosome, Golgi body, mitochondria, lysosome are also found inside endoplendoplasm

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The handout must be organized, client-friendly, and include an image of the amphibian. (3 pts) The handout should include the type of enclosure, substrate, enrichment, lighting, and instructions on cleaning. (3 pts)

The handout must be organized, client-friendly, and include an image of the amphibian. (3 pts) The handout should include the type of enclosure, substrate, enrichment, lighting, and instructions on cleaning. (3 pts)
The handout should include diet information (content and frequency). (3 pts)
The handout should include some signs of disease that the client can watch for. (3 pts)
Be creative and add clip art, color, or designs to make it interesting to the client. (3 pts)

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Zoology

Please do your own research on hot brands, cold brands, microchipping and tattooing.

Please do your own research on hot brands, cold brands, microchipping and tattooing. Please include the freeze brand style and explanation of the numbers used on BLM mustangs freeze brands and lip tattooing in racehorses. Make sure you cover all these topics in no less than 1 page.

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a zoology project and need an explanation and answ

Learning Goal: I’m working on a zoology project and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Type your blog post in a Word document, and copy &paste the pictures into the appropriate location in the text. Thispost should be in engaging, paragraph form (not the same formatas for the normal assignment) and should be 800-1000 words.This should include the general taxonomy and biology of thebroad group the organism belongs to (i.e. Cnidarians) andunique features for your particular organism. Further, providethe information on where you find them, what they eat, whatrole they serve in the ecosystem, etc. Finally, finish with somecool and interesting facts about your organism. You may chooseto link to outside sources or videos in the text (like you mightsee in a real blog).

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The Marginal Value Theorem

Learning Goal: I’m working on a zoology multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.help anwser a few question i a paragraph or shorter.The Marginal Value TheoremThe Contingency Theorem model assumes that when eating a food item, energy is supplied at a constant rate. But what happens when the profitability of a food item decreases with time? For example, if you have experience picking wild blackberries in a patch, you will know that as you pick the blackberries, you have to search harder and harder and dive deeper into the thorns. When do you stop picking from this patch and start picking from another patch? If you are picking at the high season you simply take the big juicy blackberries that are in front of you face. But if blackberries are hard to find, then you’re better off picking as many as you can from each patch before moving on and searching for another. Like before, the idea is to maximize , but this time is not a fixed number (e.g., 40 calories per fruit), but instead it is a function that changes with time spent picking. Let’s call it the “energy function”: e(h). If we try to maximize the instantaneous rate of return (the rate of return being the tangent to this function) given the amount of time spent searching between patches, we will determine the optimal time to stop picking the blackberries and proceed to the next patch. To do that, you find the tangent line to the function that intersects with the amount of time spent searching (try it on the graph below–if you spend more or less time on the food source, your rate of energy gain per food item will be lower). Using the same logic, if the optimal time to switch patches is h, then extending a line from the tangent at e(h) will intersect the x axis at the search time (t). It is easiest to picture this on a graph:
Requirements: 1 paragraph   |   .doc file