B. Original diagram of the different levels of protein structure (i.e., primary, secondary, tertiary, and quaternary).
C. An original diagram, that demonstrates how a peptide bond is made through dehydration, using a complete chemical equation.
Citation: Hudon-MIller, S. (2013).
D. An original diagram, that demonstrates how a peptide bond is broken through hydrolysis, using a complete chemical equation.
Citation: Hudon-MIller, S. (2013). …show more content…
The least expensive way to do anything is usually the easiest way. When things are easy they also are more likely to follow the rules. My suggestions would begin with education. Educate ranchers, civilians, laborers, slaughtering facilities and suppliers about how the disease is acquired through ingestion of diseased sick animals by humans and animals. Education on the proper disposal of sick animals which would be through incineration to protect humans and animals from consumption and further contraction and spread of disease. By making regulations that only healthy animals can be slaughtered for ingestion of humans and animals, no sick or dead animals, this would reduce the opportunity for human and animal consumption. Additional steps involving quarantining the animals for several weeks in the stock yards prior to slaughter to ensure the healthiest supply possible. Encourage self regulation followed by stiff penalties and fines for failure to report and failure to follow policies would be the least expensive and effective way to protect the food supply. People are motivated to regulate their own industry when they understand the repercussion of not following the rules. Repercussions which may be as serious as being forced out of business as a result of the stiff fines up to and including jail time. Another way to encourage self reporting would