Tutor profile: Denise A.
What is an example of classical conditioning?
Classical conditioning is the continued pairing of a neutral stimulus to a stimulus that elicits a biological response until that neutral stimulus alone can elicit the biological response. An example is Pavlov's experiments where he trained a dog to salivate at the sound of a bell. The neutral stimulus of the bell was paired with a biological stimulus of a bowl of food which caused the dog to salivate.
What makes Death and the King's Horseman a tragedy?
A tragedy involves the protagonist, often referred to as the hero, being brought down due to certain flaws, often leading to death. In Death and the King's Horseman, the supposed hero, Elesin, is meant to sacrifice himself in order to serve his king in the afterlife. However, his fatal flaw, which is his love for women, prevents him from carrying out his duty. As a result, his own son kills himself to take his father's place.
What are the 4 different types of protein structure and how are they different from each other?
Primary is the most simple form a protein can take and it is a linear chain of amino acids called a polypeptide chain Secondary is the folding of a polypeptide chain into a 2-dimensional shape: either an alpha-helix or a beta-sheet through hydrogen bonding Tertiary structure is a complex folding of a polypeptide chain into a 3-dimensional shape through R-group bonding Quaternary structures involve the bonding of multiple polypeptide chains as subunits
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