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What is the difference between biology and human biology?
There are many different branches of science. Biology, specifically, is one that is studied widely by a variety of scientists. Within biology alone, there are numerous branches of study, including human biology, zoology, botany and microbiology, to name a few. Biology is a very wide field that encompasses the study of all living things, including a vast number of organisms in all of the different kingdoms of life--plants, animals, fungi, bacteria (archae- and eu-), and protists. Biology is divided into a number of specific branches in order to narrow down the areas of study and enable researcher specialization. The major difference between biology and human biology is that human biology is more narrow in its scope, focusing on the human body and human populations. Human biology specifically considers the biological factors within the human body. These include the study of the body's cellular structures, tissues, organs, and organ systems. Human biology also looks at specific biological factors affecting human populations, such as the spread of infection and the development of the disease. Additionally, nutrition and lifestyle choices have significant effects on human biology and are important concepts to understand.
Subject: English as a Second Language
Write a diary or blog entry about how you celebrated your last birthday. You must refer to: • Your age • Where you were • What you did • The people who were with you. Your diary or blog entry should be between 70 and 90 words.
For this question, there are four compulsory bullet points, which are assessed for Content and Communication (8 marks) and Language (8 marks), as specified in the criteria below. The maximum mark is 16. The student is expected to produce approximately 80 words over the whole question. The number of words is approximate and you must mark and credit all work produced by the student. Content and communication: A full coverage of the required information with the appropriate development of detail. Communication is clear. Language: Uses a wide variety of effective vocabulary and grammatical structures. High level of accuracy
1. Athetosis type movements are often identified with a _______ lesion. A. Midbrain B. Basal ganglia C. Subthalamic D. Thalamus 2. Changes in personality and judgment are often associated with a _____lesion. A. Frontal lobe B. Parietal lobe C. Broca’s area D. Wernicke’s area 3. Changes in motor aphasia are often associated with a _______ lesion. A. Frontal lobe B. Parietal lobe C. Broca’s area D. Wernicke’s area 4. Changes in sensory aphasia are often associated with a _______ lesion. A. Frontal lobe B. Parietal lobe C. Broca’s area D. Wernicke’s area
1. B 2. A 3. C 4. D
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