1.1. Internal environment
Internal environment is those that provides all cells with all the nutrients they need. The internal
environment in human beings is formed by:
✓ Interstitial plasma. It is a liquid substance that fills the existing spaces between cells. Interstitial
plasma needs to be renewed continuously, because new nutrients need to be provided and waste
products can’t be allowed to accumulate and must be released. Blood renews interstitial plasma
given that it circulates around the whole

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A.Attention Getter: What if told you, you could all become super humans. How would this be possible? A spider bite maybe? Nope. Through the potential of CRISPR-CAS9.

B.Relevance: CRISPR-CAS9 is a revolutionary biotechnology that has multiple implications for humanity.

C.Thesis: Because this new biotechnology could affect our lives drastically, it is important to at least have an understanding of it and what it could do.

D.Credibility: I am credible to talk about this because I am well

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Sin título 1

Two investment alternatives are proposed: A) invest in Treasury bills at a year that currently provide a 2% interest and reinvest what has been obtained for another year, or well, B) have it in public debt strips of two years of residual life, which offer 4% of interest. If you operate under the pure model of expectations, you will invest in: d) It does not matter which option to choose since both will offer the same performance.
Determine the incorrect statement:c) According to the theory of preference

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17.1   Multiple-Choice Questions

1) Which of the following statements correctly describes Archibald Garrod’s hypothesis for how “inborn errors of metabolism” such as alkaptonuria occur? D

2) A particular triplet of bases in the template strand of DNA is 5′-AGT-3′. What would be the corresponding codon for the mRNA that is transcribed? A

3) The genetic code is essentially the same for all organisms. From this, one can logically assume which of the following statements to be true? A

4) The figure

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market development decisions: a standardized international marketing strategy involves offering identical product lines at identical prices through identical distribution systems, supported by identical promotional programmes, in several different countries, the opposite of localized marketing strategies which contain no common elements whatsoever.

country-centred strategy, thus focusing on specific market segments or countries, when it can carve out a niche by responding to whatever local country

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MITOSIS: is a process of nucleus division, through which two daughter cells with the same number of chromosomes as the parent cell had are formed.
+Prophase: replicated during the interphase condense and form chromosomes. Nuclear membrane and the nucleolus disappear. Centrioles separate and move to opposite poles of the cell. Filaments grow between them and the spindle apparatus allow chromosomes to move.
+Metaphase: chromosome maximum condensation. Perpendicular to spindle apparatus join to
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