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Life in the Ocean

Life in the Ocean

Life in the Ocean. by Justin. Oceans of the World.

By MikeCarlo
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Sea Star Anatomy

Sea Star Anatomy

Sea Star Anatomy. External . Water enters water vascular system. (Arms). Central. Endoskeleton; ossicles. A depression which contains tube feet . Extensions of water vascular system; ampullae contracts for motion. Endoskeleton; ossicles. Internal Anatomy of Sea Star. Digestive gland.

By wood
(303 views)

STAR FISH

STAR FISH

STAR FISH . BY: RAYAN KACHKACH. STARFISH HABITAT .

By kelii
(106 views)

Common Requirements of living things - ANIMALS – Chapter 5

Common Requirements of living things - ANIMALS – Chapter 5

Common Requirements of living things - ANIMALS – Chapter 5. Autotrophic Unicellular Organisms. Light energy. Heat energy. Organic compounds. Water + dissolved Inorganic nutrients. Carbon dioxide + Oxygen. Carbon dioxide + Oxygen. Wastes.

By jeneva
(266 views)

Common Requirements of living things - ANIMALS – Chapter 5

Common Requirements of living things - ANIMALS – Chapter 5

Common Requirements of living things - ANIMALS – Chapter 5. Movement of substances into & out of unicellular organisms. Passive diffusion in and out. Bulk Transport requiring energy. Cell Specialisation in Simple Multicellular Organisms. Sponge feeding. Corals.

By kieu
(206 views)

Unit #4 Exam Review Quiz

Unit #4 Exam Review Quiz

Unit #4 Exam Review Quiz. Grade:. «grade». «subject». Subject:. «date». Date:. 1.

By suzy
(51 views)

Stony Corals

Stony Corals

Stony Corals. Giordano Soto Marine pd:1 ext.credit ppt. 1/27/14. Taxonomy. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Cnidaria Class: Anthozoa Subclass: Hexacorallia Order: Scleractinia. Scleractinia. also called stony corals, are marine corals that generate a hard skeleton

By matia
(251 views)

Coral Reefs!

Coral Reefs!

Coral Reefs!. Coral Reefs!. Coral in General . Phylum Cnidaria and the class Anthozoa There are over 800 known Hermatipic species Hermatipic- reef building Coral reefs are the most biologically diverse ecosystems on earth, Source of food Protect coastlines (from storms and erosion)

By marli
(185 views)

BIOLOGY EOCT REVIEW

BIOLOGY EOCT REVIEW

BIOLOGY EOCT REVIEW. CELLS. Georgia Performance Standards (GPS): SB1. Students will analyze the nature of the relationships between structures and functions in living cells.

By harva
(182 views)

Coral reef assignment

Coral reef assignment

Coral reef assignment. A few questions you may be having trouble with... . Populations and communities. 1. What is a limiting factor?  What are the limiting factors that affect a coral reef?

By zyta
(76 views)

Life In the Oceans

Life In the Oceans

Life In the Oceans. Coral Reef Habitats 2 nd Grade Science. A Coral Reef. A coral reef is a beautiful undersea wilderness filled with fascinating plants and animals. It is one of the most populated environments on Earth.

By jamal
(119 views)

Water, Water, Everywhere

Water, Water, Everywhere

Water, Water, Everywhere. The Earth’s Oceans and Seas Robbie Campbell Earth Science 203. Major Bodies of Water. Four oceans: Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, and Arctic Pacific is largest and deepest 64,186,300 square miles 12,925 feet average depth Fifth ocean delimited in 2000

By cameo
(112 views)

DIVERSITY OF LIVING THINGS

DIVERSITY OF LIVING THINGS

DIVERSITY OF LIVING THINGS. SBI 3U1: UNIT #1 (A Fringing Reef.......vacation, anyone??). WHAT IS BIODIVERSITY?. It is the number of different species of all living organisms in a given area. Also called biological diversity. STSE ARTICLE DEFINITIONS.

By keola
(264 views)

Group Members :

Group Members :

Group Members :. *Kellen George *Rasheeda Melville *Maurica Roachford *Leeana Trim *Corey Bowen. What are Coral Reefs?.

By mave
(77 views)

Tropical Ocean

Tropical Ocean

Tropical Ocean. Group 4. Coral reef provides energy to observe other living things to be alive. Sponge provides energy to protect clown fish. Anemone fish provides shelter for other anemone fish. Algae provides food for animals with energy. .

By gavivi
(118 views)

Clownfish

Clownfish

Sea Anemone. Clownfish. Butterflyfish. Clownfish live among the stinging tentacles of sea anemones – they are adapted to be immune to the tentacles. These tentacles sting fish that try to eat the clownfish, keeping the clownfish safe!. The Butterfly Fish eats sea anemones .

By kaya
(165 views)

The Ocean

The Ocean

The Ocean. Init 2/17/2010 by Daniel R. Barnes. WARNING: This presentation contains graphical and audio elements taken without permission from the world wide web. Do not copy or distribute this presentation. Its very existence may be illegal. Geography. CONTINENTS AND OCEANS. ?. ?. Europe.

By dasan
(142 views)

Pollution in the GBR

Pollution in the GBR

Pollution in the GBR. Claire, Sofiah, Luna. Did you know?. 22% of the world’s coral reefs are threatened by land-based pollution. 80% of the land that is adjacent to the Great Barrier Reef is farmland. Pollutants such as copper has been known to interfere with the growth of coral polyps.

By olinda
(102 views)

Coral Reef

Coral Reef

Coral Reef. Gabbi Sanchez & Hope Laroche. Biotic Density of zooplankton Density of living coral polyps populations of fish populations of mollusks populations of echinoderms populations of benthic crustacea. Abiotic

By blaze
(213 views)

Features of a Coral Polyp

Features of a Coral Polyp

Features of a Coral Polyp. Grade 3 Unit 3 Lesson 2. Topics to be Covered…. What’s a polyp? Day and night feeding behaviors of coral polyps Coral Stressors. Reef coral is made of many small individual animals called polyps. Is it a rock?. It’s a type of rock!.

By seanna
(280 views)

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