You are a doctor in a hospital, and a patient is experiencing trouble with her skin repairing itself from a cut. The patient is also expecting a child, but the cells in the reproduction development are experiencing malfunction in cell division.
Describe the stages of each type of cell reproduction process from a normal patient whose body cells can repair themselves and normal cell division during the reproductive development of the unborn baby.
Explain the disadvantages and advantages of each type of cell division.
Discuss how the patient experiencing problems with the cells repairing from the cut and the child’s reproduction development malfunctions can alter haploid and diploid cell development.
xploited the crevices between regulatory agencies and no agency had overall responsibility for monitoring financial stability (Wessel, 2016). For example, even when risks were noticed, inconsistent mandates interfered with effective response. Thus, a new regulatory framework has to be developed to enhance the resilience of the global financial system while at the same time not jeopardizing the financial system’s flexibility and ability to fully support innovation and growth of the world economy. In the US, the Dodd Frank Act requirements have made the financial system safer and more resilient (Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, 2010). First, big U.S. banks are in better shape now than they were at the time of the financial crisis, in large measure because regulators have forced them to hold bigger capital cushions, which means they can absorb bigger losses without endangering each other and the whole financial system (Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act). Had today’s capital framework been in place in 2007, the largest, most complex financial institutions would have been required to hold roughly twice as much common equity as they actually did. With greater common equity, fewer banks would have needed government rescue. Now, periodic stress tests, supervised by regulators, have forced bank managers to prepare for worst-case scenarios. The fraction of loans that aren’t being paid is half what it was at its peak in 2010. According to the International Monetary Fund: “Compared to the pre-crisis period, [U.S.] banks have strengthened their capital positions, including relative to their international peers, hold more liquid assets and are less levered.” (International Monetary Fund, 2015) However, I believe that there is still a need for a tighter framework for the rest of the world, and there are still regulatory gaps to be filled in the US financial system. Firstly, supervision has to be more more effective. With the introduction of new regulations, it is difficult to overstate the importance of robust and efficient supervision. The supervision of complex firms needs to be more in depth than in the past >GET ANSWER