Passage (Questions 1–2)In an attempt to develop a vaccine for pneumonia, Fred Griffith performed a series of experiments in 1928 using mice and two strains of the pneumococcus bacteria: a virulent encapsulated strain and a nonvirulent unencapsulated strain. I, because a primary cation is formed in the rate-determining step B.
(Can't donate blood, too many "foreign" substances :[) This disadvantage has carried onto my early childhood but as a result of this I have a desire to practice rural medicine.
I remember being extremely poor, sick, and unhappy when I was younger.
Secondaries that asked the disadvantaged question I expanded on one aspect of my disadvantaged essay (homelessness in NYC) and how it has directed my focus to the urban underserved.
However, unlike other posters, every school that asked for an expanded disadvantaged essay has rejected me thus far (and interview season is basically over).
Four different groups of mice were injected with different combinations of the bacterial strains. Table 1: Results of Griffith's experiment Autopsies performed on Group 4 mice revealed blood samples filled with live smooth-strain bacteria. III, because a secondary cation which is resonance-stabilized is formed in the rate-determining step D.
Some component had been transferred from the heat-killed smooth-strain bacteria to the live rough-strain bacteria, transforming them into the virulent smooth-strain bacteria. Griffith believed the protein from the dead smooth-strain bacteria was the active transforming agent.1. Hearing that you made it to interviews with your essay under your belt makes me feel a lot better, I'm so afraid of ruining my already thin chances by mentioning something I shouldn't in that essay. thank you It's tough to make generalizations here.A lot depends on how something is said as much as what is said. Otherwise my general advice would just be straightforward, honest, and pretend you were writing a transcript for a news report.It was a tough essay to write, and is a subject so personal that I never even share it with my closest friends.The school I wrote the essay for ended up interviewing me, so I assume it's fine to be as personal as you want.What would be "too personal" to share and what types of things are more typical or appropriate to share? I want to avoid sounding desperate, needy, or like I'm " reverse bragging." But by trying to avoid that, I feel like my tone has become cold, distant, and oddly factual. I would really appreciate any advice or opinions :)thank you for your wonderful replies, I really appreciate the help Typing from my phone, please excuse typos and brevity.One of my secondaries asked a similar question and I answered it honestly as I could.Thank you so much for offering to read it :)I would be honest about the situation.For me, both of my parents grew up in a rural town and had limited access to medical care.A colony of smooth strain bacteria is grown on a culture containing an experimental drug that cleaves nucleic acid base sequences wherever adenine is paired with uracil. Which of the following processes will be directly affected?