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2 Read the question and sample response below Determine how many marks out of 4 you would award the response Remember origin purpose content value and limitation must be addressed Value and limitation must be connected to origin purpose or content at least once Use Source A above in your assessment of the response How many marks out of 4 would you award the response below With reference to its origin purpose and content evaluate the value and limitations of Source A above for a historian studying Japanese expansion and the international response on Japan s road to war The source is an excerpt from a book about the Manchurian Crisis by a historian It is valuable because il contains information about the Manchurian Crisis which was one of the reasons for Japan s expansion Because it is a secondary source it has loss value than a primary source
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2 Read the question and sample response below Determine how many marks out of 4 you would award the response Remember origin purpose content value and limitation must be addressed Value and limitation must be connected to origin purpose or content at least once Use Source A above in your assessment of the response How many marks out of 4 would you award the response below With reference to its origin purpose and content evaluate the value and limitations of Source A above for a historian studying Japanese expansion and the international response on Japan s road to war The source is an excerpt from a book about the Manchurian Crisis by a historian It is valuable because il contains information about the Manchurian Crisis which was one of the reasons for Japan s expansion Because it is a secondary source it has loss value than a primary source
Which of the following represents a weakness in using GDP to gauge America s economic health
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Which of the following represents a weakness in using GDP to gauge America s economic health
Which statement about the reductive division of meiosis is false Multiple Choice During the reductive division sister chromatids migrate to opposite poles of the cell During the reductive division centromeres do not divide At the end of the reductive division each daughter nucleus has one half as many centromeres as the parental nucle During the reductive division homologues migrate to opposite poles of the cell
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Which statement about the reductive division of meiosis is false Multiple Choice During the reductive division sister chromatids migrate to opposite poles of the cell During the reductive division centromeres do not divide At the end of the reductive division each daughter nucleus has one half as many centromeres as the parental nucle During the reductive division homologues migrate to opposite poles of the cell
Multiple Choice Homologous chromosomes separate and are pulled to opposite poles of the cell Synapsis of homologous chromosomes Pairs of homologous chromosomes align along the equatorial plate Sister chromatids separate and are pulled to opposite poles of the cell Chromosomes decondense
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Multiple Choice Homologous chromosomes separate and are pulled to opposite poles of the cell Synapsis of homologous chromosomes Pairs of homologous chromosomes align along the equatorial plate Sister chromatids separate and are pulled to opposite poles of the cell Chromosomes decondense
You are studying meiosis in an organism where 2n 28 How many chromosomes will be present in each cell after meiosis I is complete but before meiosis I begins Multiple Choice 56
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You are studying meiosis in an organism where 2n 28 How many chromosomes will be present in each cell after meiosis I is complete but before meiosis I begins Multiple Choice 56
6 What is the molecular weight of the large subunit of RuBisCO A 14000 Daltons B 55000 Daltons C 37 kDa D 50 kDa 7 Which type of buffer is used during the elution step in ion exchange chromatography to displace proteins from the beads A High pH buffer B Low salt buffer C High salt buffer D Organic solvent 8 What is the purpose of heating samples with sample buffer before protein electrophoresis A To precipitate the proteins B To renature the proteins C To denature the proteins and reduce disulfide bonds D To sterilize the samples
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6 What is the molecular weight of the large subunit of RuBisCO A 14000 Daltons B 55000 Daltons C 37 kDa D 50 kDa 7 Which type of buffer is used during the elution step in ion exchange chromatography to displace proteins from the beads A High pH buffer B Low salt buffer C High salt buffer D Organic solvent 8 What is the purpose of heating samples with sample buffer before protein electrophoresis A To precipitate the proteins B To renature the proteins C To denature the proteins and reduce disulfide bonds D To sterilize the samples
Calculation Qu 1 If you have a protein solution of 100 mL how much ammonium is needed to reach a saturation point of 37 given that the required amount is 210 g L 2 For a 50 saturation of ammonium sulfate how many grams would be needed per liter
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Calculation Qu 1 If you have a protein solution of 100 mL how much ammonium is needed to reach a saturation point of 37 given that the required amount is 210 g L 2 For a 50 saturation of ammonium sulfate how many grams would be needed per liter
What is defined as the entire function of what something can do in an ecosystem detritivoral niche fundamental niche imaginary niche lized niche
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What is defined as the entire function of what something can do in an ecosystem detritivoral niche fundamental niche imaginary niche lized niche
Velocity is measured by a None of these b Concentration of product moles reaction time min c Moles Liter d Amount of product mol reaction time min
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Velocity is measured by a None of these b Concentration of product moles reaction time min c Moles Liter d Amount of product mol reaction time min
Our enzyme of interest for this experiment is a Pyruvate kinase b ADP phosphatase c ATP kinase d Phosphoenolpyruvate PEP
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Our enzyme of interest for this experiment is a Pyruvate kinase b ADP phosphatase c ATP kinase d Phosphoenolpyruvate PEP
hat is true about Hox genes A The absence of Hox genes in plants and their presence in animals shows that plants are not related to animals B Hox genes are identical in all animals because all animals have the same structures C Hox genes are found in all animals because all animals share a common ancestor D Differences between the Hox genes of humans and those of fruit flies prove the two species do not share a common ancestor
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hat is true about Hox genes A The absence of Hox genes in plants and their presence in animals shows that plants are not related to animals B Hox genes are identical in all animals because all animals have the same structures C Hox genes are found in all animals because all animals share a common ancestor D Differences between the Hox genes of humans and those of fruit flies prove the two species do not share a common ancestor
EXAMPLE history past present ng 1 source geography clue 2 government goods civics 3 culture economics money 4 geography South America inquiry 5 ocean events river 6 money culture 7 citizenship rights customs ocean 8 history monarchy democracy 2 Complete the sentences Use correct capital letters 1 Culture 2 historian is the study of the physical features of Earth is the study of the rights and Words to us historian culture responsibilities of citizens geograp 3 90graphy is the study of money resources goods econom civic ever and services 4 A events 5 economics and way of life studies history includes information about customs In history class you study civics from the past
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EXAMPLE history past present ng 1 source geography clue 2 government goods civics 3 culture economics money 4 geography South America inquiry 5 ocean events river 6 money culture 7 citizenship rights customs ocean 8 history monarchy democracy 2 Complete the sentences Use correct capital letters 1 Culture 2 historian is the study of the physical features of Earth is the study of the rights and Words to us historian culture responsibilities of citizens geograp 3 90graphy is the study of money resources goods econom civic ever and services 4 A events 5 economics and way of life studies history includes information about customs In history class you study civics from the past
UNIT 1 EXAMPLE You hear I m Gia I study life science You write I m Gia I study 1 Hi I m Ben I study planets and the life 2 Hello I m Mrs Park In my class you learn about 3 I m Matt I study 4 Hi I m Amy You are in my 5 Good morning I m Mr Dunn Welcome to 6 Hello I m Mr Reed I teach 7 Hey I m Nate My class focuses on the Ea science sonsize to livi engin univ non appli phy things things science class 5 Listen Write yes or no D EXAMPLE You hear Science is a way to solve problems You write yes 1 2 3 science of s
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UNIT 1 EXAMPLE You hear I m Gia I study life science You write I m Gia I study 1 Hi I m Ben I study planets and the life 2 Hello I m Mrs Park In my class you learn about 3 I m Matt I study 4 Hi I m Amy You are in my 5 Good morning I m Mr Dunn Welcome to 6 Hello I m Mr Reed I teach 7 Hey I m Nate My class focuses on the Ea science sonsize to livi engin univ non appli phy things things science class 5 Listen Write yes or no D EXAMPLE You hear Science is a way to solve problems You write yes 1 2 3 science of s
3 1 2 2 Complete the sentences 4 1 Life science is the study of universe things 2 Scientists nprast things when they think about what is different 3 Earth and space scientists study our planet and the empor 4 Scientists ving Words to use universe contrast non living things when they think about what is the same 5 Physical science is the study of non living things living compare at the science steps in order Investigate together Discuss your ideas
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3 1 2 2 Complete the sentences 4 1 Life science is the study of universe things 2 Scientists nprast things when they think about what is different 3 Earth and space scientists study our planet and the empor 4 Scientists ving Words to use universe contrast non living things when they think about what is the same 5 Physical science is the study of non living things living compare at the science steps in order Investigate together Discuss your ideas
QUESTION 48 Most of the cellular RNA is in mRNAs form True O False QUESTION 49 The initiator tRNA enters the 30S ribosomal subunit at the during prokaryotic protein synthesis QUESTION 50 Another name for protein synthesis is
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QUESTION 48 Most of the cellular RNA is in mRNAs form True O False QUESTION 49 The initiator tRNA enters the 30S ribosomal subunit at the during prokaryotic protein synthesis QUESTION 50 Another name for protein synthesis is
Why do we study Earthquakes a to know exactly when and where an Earthquake will happen b to help determine exactly how intense an Earthquake will be c to help describe explain assess and possibly help to determine if an Earthquake is likely d because people too indifferent toward Earthquakes e because we have too much time on our hands
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Why do we study Earthquakes a to know exactly when and where an Earthquake will happen b to help determine exactly how intense an Earthquake will be c to help describe explain assess and possibly help to determine if an Earthquake is likely d because people too indifferent toward Earthquakes e because we have too much time on our hands
17 Both DNA and mRNA carry information for making things How is this information carried so that the correct products are made
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17 Both DNA and mRNA carry information for making things How is this information carried so that the correct products are made
Saved Help Save Exit Submit A student set up an experiment to show the effect of light color on photosynthesis in Elodea plants She filled two test tubes with distilled water and placed a piece of Elodea in each of the tubes She added a drop of phenol red which turns red in a basic solution and yellow in an acidic solution She blew in each tube before placing the volumeters on the top of the tube Why did she blow into the tube Multiple Choice to add oxygen to the tube to add carbon dioxide to the tube to add carbohydrates to the tube to add sodium bicarbonate to the tube i
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Saved Help Save Exit Submit A student set up an experiment to show the effect of light color on photosynthesis in Elodea plants She filled two test tubes with distilled water and placed a piece of Elodea in each of the tubes She added a drop of phenol red which turns red in a basic solution and yellow in an acidic solution She blew in each tube before placing the volumeters on the top of the tube Why did she blow into the tube Multiple Choice to add oxygen to the tube to add carbon dioxide to the tube to add carbohydrates to the tube to add sodium bicarbonate to the tube i
s quiz assignment 7 Saved Help If a solution is undergoing a reaction where CO2 is being used as a reactant what color is the phenol red containing solution shifting towa Multiple Choice colorless red green pink yellow
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s quiz assignment 7 Saved Help If a solution is undergoing a reaction where CO2 is being used as a reactant what color is the phenol red containing solution shifting towa Multiple Choice colorless red green pink yellow
Of the visible light spectrum the rate of photosynthesis is greatest under Multiple Choice O red light O blue light green light yellow light O orange light
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Of the visible light spectrum the rate of photosynthesis is greatest under Multiple Choice O red light O blue light green light yellow light O orange light
When something appears blue it is absorbing all colors except Multiple Choice green yellow red orange blue
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When something appears blue it is absorbing all colors except Multiple Choice green yellow red orange blue
Green and yellow wavelengths of light are not useful to most plants True or False True False
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Green and yellow wavelengths of light are not useful to most plants True or False True False
The extinction rate is of course important when assessing the Sixth mass extinction or potential thereof What other variable is equally important Describe a scenario where we reach 75 extinction of species What does the E MSY need to be What else has to occur
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The extinction rate is of course important when assessing the Sixth mass extinction or potential thereof What other variable is equally important Describe a scenario where we reach 75 extinction of species What does the E MSY need to be What else has to occur
Mass extinctions show slower than average extinction rate values True O False
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Mass extinctions show slower than average extinction rate values True O False
Discuss two ways that a larger body is advantageous over a smaller body One reason must relate directly to climate the other to ecological relationships to other animals Reference the figure below as you make your points
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Discuss two ways that a larger body is advantageous over a smaller body One reason must relate directly to climate the other to ecological relationships to other animals Reference the figure below as you make your points
During the Quaternary temperatures became O even colder O stayed the same warm like the early Cenozoic
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During the Quaternary temperatures became O even colder O stayed the same warm like the early Cenozoic
Cursorality allows for O better swimming O faster running O better climbing O better digging
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Cursorality allows for O better swimming O faster running O better climbing O better digging
Cursorality is an adaptation that involves changes to leg proportions Which answer describes the changes correctly stronger joints but otherwise typical O larger feet O longer leg bones for a lengthened limb Ostouter shorter eles
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Cursorality is an adaptation that involves changes to leg proportions Which answer describes the changes correctly stronger joints but otherwise typical O larger feet O longer leg bones for a lengthened limb Ostouter shorter eles
ces The time period when the heart is relaxing is called Multiple Choice systole cardiac cycle O diastole O pulse
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ces The time period when the heart is relaxing is called Multiple Choice systole cardiac cycle O diastole O pulse
Herbivores and predators from late in the Cenozoic are smaller in size that earlier in the Cenozoic O True O False k
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Herbivores and predators from late in the Cenozoic are smaller in size that earlier in the Cenozoic O True O False k
The early Cenozoic was warmer compared to now O True O False
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The early Cenozoic was warmer compared to now O True O False
Which of the following resting blood pressures would be considered normal Multiple Choice 130 90 mm Hg 120 80 mm Hg 140 95 mm Hg 80 50 mm Ha
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Which of the following resting blood pressures would be considered normal Multiple Choice 130 90 mm Hg 120 80 mm Hg 140 95 mm Hg 80 50 mm Ha
O the movement of sap in the phloem the movement of water in xylem The uptake of water from soil into roots the transport of hormones within plants the radial movement of water in tracheids upon the formation of an embolus due to cavitation within the phloem Question 8 1 pt Roots anchor a plants and provide structural support produce hormones and alkaloids store carbohydrates and absorb both water and minerals from the soil Given these multiple functions plant physiology is highly regulated and standardized with little variation in function upon changing environmental factors For example water uptake occurs at a predictable and constant rate throughout the length of the root True
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O the movement of sap in the phloem the movement of water in xylem The uptake of water from soil into roots the transport of hormones within plants the radial movement of water in tracheids upon the formation of an embolus due to cavitation within the phloem Question 8 1 pt Roots anchor a plants and provide structural support produce hormones and alkaloids store carbohydrates and absorb both water and minerals from the soil Given these multiple functions plant physiology is highly regulated and standardized with little variation in function upon changing environmental factors For example water uptake occurs at a predictable and constant rate throughout the length of the root True
True False Question 6 1 pts Transpiration is driven by vapor pressure vapor pressure at atmospheric pressure of 760mmHg is influenced by both solute concentration and temperature and is expressed through a mathematical relationship known as Boyle s Law Avrogado s number Raoult s law
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True False Question 6 1 pts Transpiration is driven by vapor pressure vapor pressure at atmospheric pressure of 760mmHg is influenced by both solute concentration and temperature and is expressed through a mathematical relationship known as Boyle s Law Avrogado s number Raoult s law
Water is the universal biological solvent It s properties allow life to exist due to waters unique chemical and physical properties True False
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Water is the universal biological solvent It s properties allow life to exist due to waters unique chemical and physical properties True False
2 Whales the Cetaceans represent a second group of mammals that returned to the oceans Describe the body shape of a whale by looking at the skeleton overhead over by the puffins and the shape and number of the limbs
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2 Whales the Cetaceans represent a second group of mammals that returned to the oceans Describe the body shape of a whale by looking at the skeleton overhead over by the puffins and the shape and number of the limbs
1 The walrus the sea lion and the seal all belong to a group called the Pinnipeds meaning fin foots on the Carnivore branch Their modification of the basic tetrapod foot is extreme but it is still recognizable as a foot For example examine the sea lion skeleton and look at the forelimbs How many digits does it have on each forelimb
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1 The walrus the sea lion and the seal all belong to a group called the Pinnipeds meaning fin foots on the Carnivore branch Their modification of the basic tetrapod foot is extreme but it is still recognizable as a foot For example examine the sea lion skeleton and look at the forelimbs How many digits does it have on each forelimb
6 Along with Placoderms Sharks and rays constitute one of the vertebrates The gill slits are very visible on sharks What function is the shark performing look closely with respect to the gill slits How do sharks and rays differ from other vertebrates with respect to their skeleton
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6 Along with Placoderms Sharks and rays constitute one of the vertebrates The gill slits are very visible on sharks What function is the shark performing look closely with respect to the gill slits How do sharks and rays differ from other vertebrates with respect to their skeleton
What chromosomes belong to a normal human male O O 22 autosomes and two Y chromosomes 44 autosomes and two Y chromosomes 44 autosomes one X chromosome and one Y chromosome 44 autosomes and two X chromosomes
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What chromosomes belong to a normal human male O O 22 autosomes and two Y chromosomes 44 autosomes and two Y chromosomes 44 autosomes one X chromosome and one Y chromosome 44 autosomes and two X chromosomes
In a hypotonic solution a plant cell will undergo plasmolysis become flaccid burst
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In a hypotonic solution a plant cell will undergo plasmolysis become flaccid burst
Glycolysis results in the production of CO2 the conversion of glucose to pyruvic acid a net loss of two ATPs per glucose molecule conversion of NADH to NAD
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Glycolysis results in the production of CO2 the conversion of glucose to pyruvic acid a net loss of two ATPs per glucose molecule conversion of NADH to NAD
Which of the following is a measure of randomness in a system entropy calorie potential energy chemical energy
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Which of the following is a measure of randomness in a system entropy calorie potential energy chemical energy
What is the function of stomata water absorption absorb light energy location electron transport chain gas exchange
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What is the function of stomata water absorption absorb light energy location electron transport chain gas exchange
Which statement about enzymes is TRUE Enzymes are the products in a chemical reaction Enzymes are the reactants in a chemical reaction Enzymes catalyze specific reactions Enzymes functions require inhibitors
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Which statement about enzymes is TRUE Enzymes are the products in a chemical reaction Enzymes are the reactants in a chemical reaction Enzymes catalyze specific reactions Enzymes functions require inhibitors
What is the difference between a benign and a malignant tumor Benign tumors are composed of cancer cells malignant tumors are not Benign tumors are not the result of a failure of a cell cycle control system malignant tumors are Benign tumors do not metastasize malignant tumors do Benign tumors do not form lumps malignant tumors do form lumps
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What is the difference between a benign and a malignant tumor Benign tumors are composed of cancer cells malignant tumors are not Benign tumors are not the result of a failure of a cell cycle control system malignant tumors are Benign tumors do not metastasize malignant tumors do Benign tumors do not form lumps malignant tumors do form lumps
A cell that completed the cell cycle without undergoing cytokinesis would have less genetic material than it started with not have completed anaphase have its chromosomes lined up in the middle of the cell have two nuclei
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A cell that completed the cell cycle without undergoing cytokinesis would have less genetic material than it started with not have completed anaphase have its chromosomes lined up in the middle of the cell have two nuclei
4 A calorie is the commonly used unit of chemical energy It is also the unit of 0 25 points Multiple Choice O sound light radioactivity heat magnetism
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4 A calorie is the commonly used unit of chemical energy It is also the unit of 0 25 points Multiple Choice O sound light radioactivity heat magnetism
uger produ Video and audio works written criticism taught classes curated exhibitions designed products such as T shirts and mugs and developed public projects such as billboards bus wraps and architectural interventions Kruger addresses media and politics in their native tongue sensational authoritative and direct Personal pronouns like you and I are staples of Kruger s practice bringing the viewer into each piece Direct address has motored my work from the very beginning Kruger said I like it because it cuts through the grease Kruger s work prompts us to interrogate our own positions in the artist s words to question and change the systems that contain us She demands that we consider how our identities are formed within culture through representation in language and image We don t need another hero Artist Photographer Title Date Medium Size Barbara Kruger Untitled We Don t Need Another Hero 1987 Screenprint on vinyl 108 7 8 x 209 3 16 x 2 1 2in 276 5 x 531 3 x 6 4 cm Word Length 275 300 Total Overview For this response your formal analysis is one long paragraph in length Use the Guide to Formal Analysis and the Thick Description sample in the Week 3 Module for additional support Rather than focusing on just one element in detail you need to address several elements briefly Like any formal analysis the purpose is make argument about the photograph Specifications for Constructing the Paragraph Your first sentence known as a topic sentence should broadly identify what s on the table so to speal in terms of how you will consider the image Seeing as there is no single way to interpret any image yo will want to signal to your reader in the first 1 2 sentences the general nature approach of your analysis This will include a one to two sentence thesis statement In the next few sentences provide an initial description that gives the basic details and context of the image mention the artwork s title its author date and location subject
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uger produ Video and audio works written criticism taught classes curated exhibitions designed products such as T shirts and mugs and developed public projects such as billboards bus wraps and architectural interventions Kruger addresses media and politics in their native tongue sensational authoritative and direct Personal pronouns like you and I are staples of Kruger s practice bringing the viewer into each piece Direct address has motored my work from the very beginning Kruger said I like it because it cuts through the grease Kruger s work prompts us to interrogate our own positions in the artist s words to question and change the systems that contain us She demands that we consider how our identities are formed within culture through representation in language and image We don t need another hero Artist Photographer Title Date Medium Size Barbara Kruger Untitled We Don t Need Another Hero 1987 Screenprint on vinyl 108 7 8 x 209 3 16 x 2 1 2in 276 5 x 531 3 x 6 4 cm Word Length 275 300 Total Overview For this response your formal analysis is one long paragraph in length Use the Guide to Formal Analysis and the Thick Description sample in the Week 3 Module for additional support Rather than focusing on just one element in detail you need to address several elements briefly Like any formal analysis the purpose is make argument about the photograph Specifications for Constructing the Paragraph Your first sentence known as a topic sentence should broadly identify what s on the table so to speal in terms of how you will consider the image Seeing as there is no single way to interpret any image yo will want to signal to your reader in the first 1 2 sentences the general nature approach of your analysis This will include a one to two sentence thesis statement In the next few sentences provide an initial description that gives the basic details and context of the image mention the artwork s title its author date and location subject
RNA intereference is a mechanism for silencing gene expression by acting on OA DNA replication O B RNA transcription C mRNA stability D mRNA translation E C and D Fill in the blank
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RNA intereference is a mechanism for silencing gene expression by acting on OA DNA replication O B RNA transcription C mRNA stability D mRNA translation E C and D Fill in the blank
Application of FGF8 coated beads induce limb mesenchymal cell proliferation In contrast FGF8 coated beads implanted on the epidermis of the back do not promote proliferation This experiment provides an excellent example of which of the following O Hedgehog signaling O paracrine signaling juxtacrine signaling O Competence
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Application of FGF8 coated beads induce limb mesenchymal cell proliferation In contrast FGF8 coated beads implanted on the epidermis of the back do not promote proliferation This experiment provides an excellent example of which of the following O Hedgehog signaling O paracrine signaling juxtacrine signaling O Competence