how can an individual's social environment affect health and well-being?
an increased mutation rate in the virus's proteome in order to escape from the host preexisting immunity
The relationships between viruses and hosts may be considered as an evolutionary race where viruses and hosts develop evolutionary adaptative traits and counter-adaptations against each other, thereby resembling a race. In the case of viruses, mutations in their genomes enable them to generate new protein variants that are not recognized by the host immune system, thereby avoiding their inactivation.
I suppose they considered homosexuality a psychological disorder/illness because it wasn't heard of before. Today, when a person comes out as a homosexual, there'll be joy and acceptance but back then, you wouldn't be considered 'normal'.
Symbolic interactionist is the right answer
An emphasis on a particular thing that individuals put on their action, it is called symbolic. Therefore people come into association to one another through the social theory through the behavior involved in their words. The society can be considered to have a principle of humanity because of significance symbol existing in their practice.
Therefore the definition of a meaningful act occurs on human consciousness which has full meaning and knowledge from the outside world. Understanding each other from different perspectives is crucial.
The answer for question 1 would be B.
The answer for question 3 would be C.
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The answer is C.
Bone Marrow is responsible for making new blood cells.
The answer is D.
Viruses can evade the processing and presentation of antigens, for example by interfering with the expression of MHC class I proteins, although this increases their susceptibility to be detected by natural killer cells (NK). However, some members of the herpesvirus, papillomavirus, retrovirus, poxvirus and flavivirus families have also developed strategies to escape the attack of NK cells and promote their survival, inhibiting cell apoptosis. Finally, some pathogens often change surface antigens frequently, as in the case of influenza viruses (orthomyxovirus).
The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) affects CD4 + T cells and degrades the host's ability to counterattack with a strong cell-mediated immune response. There are so many tactics of immune evasion used by HIV, which have so far hindered the development of an effective vaccine.
Samuel Gridley Howe (November 10, 1801 – January 9, 1876) was a nineteenth century United States physician, abolitionist, and an advocate of education for the blind. He organized and was the first director of the Perkins Institution.
In 1831 he returned to the United States. Through his friend Dr. John Dix Fisher, a Boston physician who had started a movement there as early as 1826 to establish a school for the blind, he had learned of a similar school founded in Paris by Valentin Haüy. A committee organized by Fisher proposed to Howe that he direct the establishment of a New England Asylum for the Blind at Boston. He took up the project with characteristic ardor, and set out at once for Europe to investigate the problem.
Your answer should be A. I wish you the best of luck Buddy!
gynecologist i believe