BIO 1100 Columbia Southern Human Body Diseases & Regulations Questions

BIO 1100

Columbia Southern University


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Question 1

It is illegal in the United States to pay for a transplant organ, and doctors cannot perform the operation unless the patient is at the top of the official list. However, some wealthy people in need of a kidney transplant go overseas to other countries where the laws do not address the issue. Suppose a wealthy person finds a poor person willing to sell his or her kidney and purchases the kidney. If you or a loved one needed an organ and could afford to go overseas, would you do this? Why, or why not? What do you think would be the impact of this transaction on the donor?

Your journal entry must be at least 200 words in length. No references or citations are necessary.


In the mid-1950s, the first study linking cigarette smoking to lung cancer was published. In the decades that followed, many other studies supported this finding and a host of other health-related effects attributed to smoking were uncovered.

Over the last few decades, cities and states have created local regulations prohibiting smoking in certain public places. In 2009, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration was given regulatory authority of all tobacco products.

Chapter 20 of your textbook begins with a comparison of two sources of inhalable nicotine: traditional tobacco cigarettes and E-cigarettes. Because E-cigarettes are a relatively new technology, less is known about the long-term effects of the firsthand and secondhand inhalation of vaping products. However, in recent years they have been treated and regulated similarly to traditional cigarettes.

Your assignment for this unit is to create a 10- to 12-slide PowerPoint presentation that covers the following elements:

the anatomy and physiology of respiration (e.g., explain how breathing works);

the effects of the inhalation of smoke and E-cigarette vapor on gas exchange in the lungs;

specific diseases associated with smoking, both pulmonary and cardiovascular; and

lastly, based on what you know about E-cigarettes from the reading and your own research, defend or oppose the regulation of vaping products as traditional cigarettes.

You will need to cite and reference at least one article from the CSU Library databases as one of your sources of information.

CSU Library Database Instructions

Open the CSU Online Library link in your student portal.

Under "discovery search," click the tab for "articles.""

In the keyword search field, type keyword "vaping" and/or "E-cigarette" to find articles that cover this topic. You may get different results doing separate searches for each keyword. The keywords "electronic cigarette" may also be used.

From the list of available articles that comes up, select one that interests you.

Click on the article link, then click on "PDF full text or HTML full text," and read the article. (Note: Not all articles will provide the full text; if your choice does not, you will have to select a different article.)

Discuss what you learned from your chosen articles in 1-2 slides in your presentation. Cite the article according to APA guidelines, and list it on your references slide.

PowerPoint slides should not contain a lot of text; use speaker notes to provide the details of your presentation. The general practice is to use no more than 5-6 bullet points per slide. The quality and depth of your speaker's notes will be significantly factored into your grade.

Title and reference slides should be included. These do not count toward the 10- to 12-slide requirement. In addition to providing references on a reference slide, you need to cite your material in the slides as appropriate; use APA format for your references and citations.

Suggestions for Searching for Illustrations

Use at least 3 images in the presentation. When looking for illustrations to use, it is suggested that you type the subject into a search engine and click "images." For your presentation, you are allowed to copy and paste images (being sure to cite and reference them). However, you are NOT allowed to copy and paste content, such as text, tables, and the like. As much as possible, your presentation needs to be in your own words.

PowerPoint Guidance

Do you need to refresh your knowledge concerning PowerPoint? Review this tutorial on PowerPoint Basics.

Click on the Notes tab on the right side of the tutorial screen to see a transcript of the PowerPoint webinar.

You can also search online for information concerning best practices about what should and should not be done when creating a PowerPoint presentation.


As directed in the tutorial above, pay attention to the background and font colors in your presentation—try to avoid using plain black text on a white background, but also avoid using colors that are visually difficult to see (such as yellow text on a light background) or that are unpleasant (such as red text on a yellow background). Strive for a pleasing, visually appealing appearance.

Reminder: The speaker notes should provide the detail and discussion of your presentation, and everything in the presentation should be in your own words, not copied and pasted from a source.

Question 3

Some people like to read books, while others like to watch or play sports. Clearly, everyone prefers some activities over others. Why do you think this is? Consider choices you make concerning your own entertainment. Why do you like to do the things you do? Why does it feel good to you to do them while they might not appeal as much to someone else? Do genetics play a part in your decisions?

Your journal entry must be at least 200 words in length. No references or citations are necessary

Question 4

Imagine that you are a forensic detective and you have been tasked with analyzing a complete skeleton. How might you go about determining if the skeleton is male or female? What characteristics would you look for?

Your answer must be at least 200 words in length.

Question 5

Discuss the difference between general senses and special senses. Then, of the special senses, decide which you think is either most important or least important and explain your position.

Your answer must be at least 200 words in length.

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Part 1
It is against the law of the nation to conduct organ transplant in exchange for money.
Although the law argues against people paying for an organ transplant, there are some nations
that do not have complex regulations regarding the sale of organs and some people take this
advantage to exploit some of the people from the less developed countries making them
exchange their vital organs with money (Rees et al., 2017). In a situation where a person has
money to take them to the nations that have no complex laws, they tend to do all in their power
to ensure that they meet this. In my position, I would ensure that I follow the laws, as stated in
the nation. I would not travel overseas and use money and my position in exchange for a vital
organ to take care of a loved one. The above is because it is not only against the laws of the land,
but it also puts the life of the donor at risk. Although the donor of the kidney may get the money
that they may need to support their needs, the money offered in this exchange may not be enough
to fill the void left after they sell their kidney.
Part 2
Part 3
The things that one likes to do when they are free differs from the things that other people
may enjoy. Learning how to appreciate the contribution as well as decisions that are made by
other people is essential to ensure that most of the barriers affecting decision making are
managed. A person may prefer activity over the others as a result of the attitude that they have
regard in the specific sport. The perfection that I have already gained in some activities and the


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pleasure that I feel when completing the task in question is one of the things that makes me like
and enjoy doing the things that I do.
Additionally, the change in attitude towards the things that I do makes it possible for me
to enjoy them while others may not enjoy them. Concerning genetics, I believe that they have a
significant contribution to the decision that I may make. The above is because you may find
members of a specific family have a positive attitude towards a given issue and participating in a
given field better and not showing any attitude towards another task. Genetics also make a
person to enjoy being around other people, and this makes it possible for them to develop ways
of completing a task better.
Part 4
When determining the gender of a person, there are several aspects that one may need to
consider that may allow them to learn more about the person in question. Apart from the physical
and visible issues that one may use, there are other ways that one may rely on when making an
analysis. When analyzing the gender using the skeleton, there are several considerations that one
may make. As a forensics specialist, one may need to count the number of the provided ribs and
determine the gender (Hansen et al., 2019). The assessment of the overall height of the skeleton
is another area to focus on in this assessment. Males tend to have a longer trunk as compared to
female, and this information may assist in concluding the gender of the skeleton. The length of
the pelvis is another area that one may need to focus on since female gender seems to have a
relatively long pelvis as compared to male. Generally, the assessment of the hip bone requires
one to measure in accuracy the different bones and to record notable differences. Although other
considerations are necessary, the hip bone is one of the most significant areas that one may need
to address to determine the gender (Miner & Boldsen, 2016).


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Part 5
The human body is comprised of two basic senses which have a different contribution
that they make to the general performance of the body (Rode et al., 2016). The special touch...

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