The Cell Theory. Mendel’s Pea Plant Experiment. My Family Traits & NATIONALITIES. Cells and The Cell Theory. CLICK HERE. Cells & The Cell Theory. • Cell theory refers to the idea that cells are the basic unit of structure in every living thing.
• Cell theory refers to the idea that cells are the basic unit of structure in
every living thing.
• Development of this theory during the mid 17th
century was made possible by advances in microscopy.
This theory is one of the foundations
• A cell is a basic unit of structure in
a living organism.
•The cell was discovered by
Robert Hooke in 1665. He examined
(under a coarse, compound
microscope) very thin slices of
cork and saw a multitude of tiny pores that the remarked looked like the
walled compartments a monk would live in.
• The Blackfeet were regular commerce
partners with Canadian-based British
merchants, and in their frequent visits
to trading posts, the Indians exchanged
wolf and beaver pelts for guns,
ammunition and alcohol.
• Blackfoot Indians mainly lived in Montana and
Idaho in the United States and in Canada they lived in
Alberta. They still live in this area still today.
• The Blackfoot people ate buffalo, deer, moose and mountain sheep. They
boiled, roasted or dried the buffalo meat. They also ate a fish called salmon
and the only fowl they ate was duck. Blackfoot ate plants like pumpkins,
sunflowers, corn, squash and sweet seed. The women gathered the berries
and other wild plants.
• A Native American confederacy located on the northern Great Plains, composed
of the Blackfoot, Blood, and Piegan tribes. Traditional Blackfoot life was based on
nomadic buffalo hunting.
•English cultural roots lie in a merging of Anglo-Saxon, Danish,
and Norman French culture that has existed as a synthesis since
the late Middle Ages. A process of negotiation was at the heart of
this cultural creation.
•England's urbanism and notions of landscape and countryside are
closely tied to the movement of people and economic sectors from major
metropolitan areas into new towns, extensions of older towns, smaller
towns, villages, and remote rural areas. Cities are thought of as places of
decay and degeneration by many people.
• Heavy sauces, gravies, soups and stews or puddings (savory and
sweet), and pasties and pies also were eaten. Vegetables included
potatoes and carrots, turnips and cabbage, and salad vegetables. Fruit
was also part of the diet, though in small proportions.
• Modern-day Scots are the product of an age-old ethnic blend. The
original Picts mixed with successive invaders - Celts, Romans, Anglo-
Saxons, Scandinavians, Normans - and each group has left its mark on the
• The Scots cherish the differences that set them apart from the English,
and cling tenaciously to the distinctions that also differentiate them
region by region – their customs,
dialects and the Gaelic language.
• The Zend Optimizer is one of the
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performance-improvement, and has
been freely available since the early
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Exactly the same operations as the
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•For more than 1,000 years the Seneca people
have lived in what is now
known as Western New York State. We have
witnessed, experienced and
endured many changes over those centuries,
and today, we are a proud
Nation with a rich history and culture, and a
•The Seneca Nation once claimed all of the
lands in Western New York
from the Genesee to Niagara Rivers, and a
portion of the state of
Pennsylvania. They have been in the area since prehistoric t
imes. The Senecas are a member of the confederation of Iroquois tribes, formed in
1570, which consists of the Mohawks, Oneidas, Onondagas, Cayugas,
Senecas and Tuscaroras.
• In the Stone and Bronze Ages, Ireland was inhabited by Picts in the north
and a people called the Erainn in the south, the same stock,
apparently, as in all the isles before the Anglo-Saxon invasion of Britain.
Around the 4th century B.C. , tall, red-haired Celts arrived from Gaul or
Galicia. They subdued and assimilated the inhabitants and established a
Gaelic civilization. By the beginning of the Christian Era, Ireland was
divided into five kingdoms—Ulster, Connacht, Leinster, Meath, and
Munster. Saint Patrick introduced Christianity in 432, and the country
developed into a center of Gaelic and Latin learning. Irish
monasteries, the equivalent of universities, attracted intellectuals as well
as the pious and sent out missionaries to many parts of Europe and, some
believe, to North America.
• In many respects, Germans can be considered the masters of planning.
•This is a culture that prizes forward thinking and knowing what they will be doing at a specific time on a specific day.
•Careful planning, in one's business and personal life, provides a sense of security.
• Rules and regulations allow people to know what is expected and plan their life accordingly.
• Once the proper way to perform a task is discovered, there is no need to think of doing it any other way.
•Germans believe that maintaining clear lines of demarcation between people, places, and things is the surest way to lead a structured and ordered life.
•Work and personal lives are rigidly divided.
•There is a proper time for every activity. When the business day ends, you are expected to leave the office. If you must remain after normal closing, it indicates that you did not plan your day properly.
• Genetics- The scientific study of Heredity.
•Gregor Mendel was born in 1822 in Czechoslovakia.
• He became a monk at a monastery in 1843.
• He taught biology and had interests in statistics.
• Also studied at the University of Vienna.
• After returning to the monastery he continued to teach and worked in the garden.
• Between 1856 and 1863 he grew and tested over 28,000 pea plants. Because they were easy to grow, and you can work with large numbers with them .
• Mendel cross-pollinated smooth yellow
pea plants with wrinkly green peas.
(The organismsthat are used as the
original mating in an experiment are
called the parental generation and
are marked by P in science textbooks).
Every single pea in the first generation
crop (marked as f1) was as yellow and as
round as was the yellow, round parent.
Somehow, yellow completely dominated
green and round dominated wrinkly.