Draw or copy and paste the pH scale and explain the labels. Define

Draw or copy and paste the pH scale and explain the labels.
Define the terms below:Dissociation of water
Acid
Base
Neutral
Buffer

What is the formula for calculating pH?What is the change in proton concentration for every step in the pH scale? In other words, how different is a solution with a pH of 5 from a pH of 6?

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biology 1310 living and non living

As we delve into the characteristics of the cell; which now we know is the small unit of life. You may want to review module #1 to what is considered life. For this discussion post you will be writing at least 250 words considering the following:
Where is the line between alive and not alive?
Viruses are often thought of as a form in between living and nonliving. How would you ultimately decide if they are alive or not?
What traits does an organism NEED to possess to be considered alive? Support your answer with a source.

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e., the foods and beverages in your Spreadsheet Report). What were the three leading sources

Biology Assignment Help e., the foods and beverages in your Spreadsheet Report). What were the three leading sources of protein in your dietary pattern?
b- When you are ready to make a behavior change, set a goal to improve your likelihood of success! SMART goals include five important characteristics:
Specific: Rather than trying to completely overhaul your lifestyle, focus on just one behavior at a time.
Measurable: Include a definite way to track your progress.
Achievable: To avoid discouragement, make sure the goal is realistic for you.
Relevant: Choose a goal that is worthwhile and in alignment with what is going on in your life right now.
Timed: Set a due date.
As a guide for format, here is a SMART goal related to protein intake:
By November 1st, I will incorporate at least 20 grams of protein into my breakfast. I will do this by including eggs, Greek yogurt, and/or quinoa with breakfast each day. I will track my progress using NutritionCalc Plus.
You can see that this goal is specific (focuses on one behavior change), measurable (grams of protein at breakfast), achievable (it is feasible to add protein-rich foods at breakfast), relevant (it would help me to meet my overall protein RDA throughout the day and support my weight management program), and timed (due date is November 1st).
After you have analyzed your dietary data, identify an area related to protein that could use some improvement. For example, many college students would benefit from including more plant sources of protein. Think of a SMART goal for yourself that would modify your intake of protein. Make it relevant for you.
1. SPECIFIC: What is one specific behavior that you could change to improve your intake of protein?
2. MEASURABLE: How could you measure this behavior?
3. ACHIEVABLE: What practical strategies will you use to achieve your goal?
4. RELEVANT: Describe how this behavior change goal is worthwhile and in alignment with what is going on in your life right now.
5. TIMED: By what date would you like to achieve your behavior change?
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People tried to live in Biosphere 2 for an extended period, twice. The experiment

People tried to live in Biosphere 2 for an extended period, twice. The experiment had to be cut short both times, for the safety of the people inside. You can learn more about Biosphere 2 here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biosphere_2 (Links to an external site.)
It is sometimes suggested that relocating to another planet is an option for dealing with many of our planet’s environmental issues such as climate change, overpopulation, resource shortages etc. Is this a realistic option to escape ecological problems?
What do we need to learn more about to make a functional model ecosystem?
this is based on own opinion- please no plagarizing
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