What impact do the political systems of each country have on their efforts towards globalization?
Can Cuba effectively become a free market economy?
Will you US benefit from the recent lifting of embargoes on Cuba What impact did the embargo have on Cuba?
What are Cuba’s comparative advantages relative to US? and what are their comparative disadvantages?.
allele specific expression (using multiplex SNuPE) and characterization of the imprinted gene expression on mouse chromosome 7 were performed.13,3 Treated with BPA as well as a control oil were pregnant mice 8.5 to 12.5-days post conception (dpc). On the 13.5 dpc, yolk sac, placenta, head, body, heart, liver, lung, stomach, and intestines of the embryos that were treated were isolated to obtain RNA.3 When exposure to BPA specifically at different parts of development the correct expression of imprinted genes is disturbed as shown through the data. BPA at 0.02 mg exposed to fetus caused decrease sperm production (Fig. 6). Low exposure of BPA affects certain imprinted genes, while high exposure to BPA affects other imprinted genes in “non-substantial” ways.3 In high dose studies there are effects which are not seen physically but appear due to low dose encounters of BPA , the dosage amount depends on whether the response is hindered or not.13 This is important data to conclude from the experiment because in human serum the average levels of BPA are 0.5 to 10 ng/ml 13, which are higher than the levels in mice which cause harmful effects.3 For the first time it has been shown that environmental disturbances and man-made compounds have the potential to alter genetic reprogramming events in early embryonic development. The earliest stage of human pregnancy that seems to be the most sensitive developmental window is even before a women is “clinically recognized” as pregnant therefor, to reduce the health effects exposure should be limited even before a women gets pregnant.13 Unfortunately, BPA is everywhere, to avoid exposure completely would be impossible. However, limiting your exposure can help lessen the chances of BPA induced abnormalities. C. elegans. The effects that BPA exposure has on the formation and development of an embryo was investigated through a specific type of nematode, C. elegans. This subject was used because of its efficient cost and short reproductive cycle as well as offspring size. In order to get the least amount of percent error you need many test subjects and the capacity to hold them and care for them properly. C. elegans can produce up to 300 eggs as well, as their size is relatively small. Constant exposure to a high concentrate of BPA throughout development has been proven to decrease fecundity.6In this experiment C. elegans had four hours of low dose (0.1 µM to 10 µM) exposure to BPA. Immediately the number of viable eggs that were laid as adults decreased, not to mention the worms that took longer to become habituated with the stimuli had exposure to BPA as embryos. This subtle neuronal function leads to the conclusion that BPA can affect behavioral changes.6 The detrimental effects due to BPA exposure in embryos were emphasized not only in reproductive>GET ANSWER