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Types of bacteria

Types of bacteria

Types of bacteria Spoilage: Not particularly harmful bacteria which cause food to go off Beneficial: “Good Bacteria” which are used to make yoghurt and cheese Pathogenic: Illness causing bacteria In order to grow and multiply germs need: W armth M oisture F ood T ime

By jaden
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Cold-related Injuries

Cold-related Injuries

Cold-related Injuries. Hypothermia, Frostbite, Chilblains and Trench Foot. January, 2011. Summary of factors increasing risk of cold-related injuries and illnesses Summary of preventive measures against cold-related injuries and illnesses Causes, signs and symptoms, and treatment of:.

By Pat_Xavi
(316 views)

3.2 Rolle’s Theorem and the Mean Value Theorem

3.2 Rolle’s Theorem and the Mean Value Theorem

3.2 Rolle’s Theorem and the Mean Value Theorem. After this lesson, you should be able to:. Understand and use Rolle’s Theorem Understand and use the Mean Value Theorem. f ( a )= f ( b ). a b. Rolle’s Theorem. If you connect from f ( a ) to f ( b ) with a smooth curve ,.

By kert
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The heat is on….. So Be Careful!

The heat is on….. So Be Careful!

The heat is on….. So Be Careful!. FACTS. Although heat-related illness and death are readily preventable, exposure to extremely high temperatures caused an annual average of 381 deaths in the US during 1979-96. More Facts.

By zitomira
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Immunity—non-specific/innate

Immunity—non-specific/innate

Immunity—non-specific/innate. Overview of immune response First line of defense—barriers Second line of defense Phagocytosis Inflammation Complement Fever Relationship to specific immune response or Third line of defense. Immune Response—Overview. First Line of Defense.

By bella
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MAT 112

MAT 112

MAT 112. Problems of Growth and Decay. Carbon-14 Dating. Carbon 14, also known as a radiocarbon, is a radioactive form of carbon that is found in all living plants and animals. After the plant or animal dies, the radiocarbon disintegrates. The amount of substance remaining after t years is:.

By jag
(587 views)

Wilderness and Rescue Medicine Test 4

Wilderness and Rescue Medicine Test 4

Wilderness and Rescue Medicine Test 4. 10 multiple choice and 10 multiple response questions. Multiple choice. 1.

By delano
(138 views)

Links to the current specifications

Links to the current specifications

Links to the current specifications. Thermoregulation in endotherms. Endotherms generate most of their heat metabolically . As they are warmer than their environment they tend to lose body heat to their surroundings. . Adaptations for heat conservation include:

By raven
(146 views)

Chapter 14 Our Star

Chapter 14 Our Star

Chapter 14 Our Star. 14.1 A Closer Look at the Sun. Our goals for learning Why was the Sun’s energy source a major mystery? Why does the Sun shine? What is the Sun’s structure?. Why was the Sun’s energy source a major mystery?. Is it on FIRE? . Is it on FIRE? . Chemical Energy Content.

By sook
(118 views)

Astronomy

Astronomy

Astronomy. Sun, moon, tides. Characteristics of the moon. Spherical; made of rock Has no atmosphere, no water, and no living things Drastic temperature changes Earth’s natural satellite. Moon and its effects. One- fourth of the Earth’s diameter

By Samuel
(163 views)

Types of bacteria

Types of bacteria

Types of bacteria. Spoilage: Not particularly harmful bacteria which cause food to go off Beneficial: “Good Bacteria” which are used to make yoghurt and cheese Pathogenic: Illness causing bacteria. In order to grow and multiply germs need:. W armth. M oisture. F ood. T ime.

By andrew
(156 views)

SOLAR ENERGY and How awesome it is!!

SOLAR ENERGY and How awesome it is!!

SOLAR ENERGY and How awesome it is!!. David Castillo Carolina Oliva Melody Congote Period 3 APES 02/29/12. SOLAR ENERGY . Definition : collecting and using energy from the sun directly . About the Sun. The sun’s core temperature is about 22.5 million degrees It is 864,000 miles wide

By eshe
(53 views)

Homeostasis

Homeostasis

Notes. Homeostasis. A state of balance in the body. Whoa. Definition of Homeostasis. homeo = same; stasis = standing Homeostasis is the term we use to describe the constant state of the internal environment. Homeostasis is a state of balance in the body.

By kiet
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TPR

TPR

TPR. Temperature, Pulse and Respirations. Temperature. Is the measurement of the balance between heat lost and heat produced by the body. Temperature. Can be measured by four basic routes 1. Oral Mouth- leave in place for 3-5 minutes 2. Rectal Rectum- leave in place for 3-5 minutes

By holli
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GUNGAHLIN COLLEGE

GUNGAHLIN COLLEGE

GUNGAHLIN COLLEGE. Human Movement EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY FATIGUE & RECOVERY. Fatigue. Fatigue can be defined simply as the inability to maintain a given level of physical performance .

By elwyn
(161 views)

Stars

Stars

Stars . Life cycle of star http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8Jz6FU5D1A. http://aspire.cosmic-ray.org/labs/star_life/starlife_proto.html. 1. Nebula = cold, dark cloud of dust and gas [mostly H]. gravity pulls particles, to clump together. Accretion: accumulating more mass.

By lew
(126 views)

The sun

The sun

The sun. By Erin and Madeleine 7J. The colour of a star. The colour of a star depends on its temperature. Inside the sun. Core: Extends to 25% from Sun's center Radiation Zone: 25-71% from the Sun's center Convection Zone: 71% to the photosphere Photosphere: 500 km thick

By sonora
(129 views)

Stellar Objects

Stellar Objects

Stellar Objects . Sophia Williams & Amtur Ruqiya 6 th P eriod Science. RED SUPERGAINTS.

By trey
(120 views)

Earth’s Place in Space

Earth’s Place in Space

Chapter 10. Earth’s Place in Space. Earth’s Shape. Spherical Shaped like a ball. Evidence of Earth’s Shape. Horizon Boat coming over horizon (you see the top first) Shadow Curved shadow during lunar eclipse Gravity Gravity attracts particles toward center Pictures Pictures from space.

By maura
(193 views)

The Sun

The Sun

The Sun. Physical Geography 10. What is the sun?. A Star!!!. The sun is the closest star to Earth!!! 147,166,462 km to 152,171,552 km away from Earth (depending on Earth’s position on it’s elliptical orbit/ revolution around the sun). The Next Closest Stars To Earth Are:. Proxima Centauri

By hoang
(120 views)

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