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Chapter 32 Review Reptiles and Birds

Chapter 32 Review Reptiles and Birds

Chapter 32 Review Reptiles and Birds. Charles Page High School Dr. Stephen L. Cotton. Chapter 32 Review Reptiles and Birds. The tuatara is the only surviving member of the order ______. The only place on Earth that lacks reptiles are ______.

By Jeffrey
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Class Mammalia

Class Mammalia

Class Mammalia. External Structure & Locomotion. 1. Skin- important for A. protection from injury B. invasion of bacteria C. UV rays D. temperature regulation E. Sensory perception F. Excretion G. Water regulation. 2. Hair- keratinized strands of dead cells

By RoyLauris
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The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System. Dr. Mustafa Saad (2018). Divisions of the Respiratory System. Structurally: (according to embryological origin) Upper respiratory system Nose, pharynx and associated structures Lower respiratory system Larynx, trachea, bronchi and lungs Functionally:

By andrew
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Phylum Arthropoda :

Phylum Arthropoda :

Phylum Arthropoda :. Blueprint for Success Chapter 14 and 15. Characteristics of Arthropods. “Jointed foot” Modified segmentation – body regions specialized for specific functions ( tagmatization ). Chitinous exoskeleton used for support and protection Paired, jointed appendages

By oshin
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Myriapoda and Hexapoda

Myriapoda and Hexapoda

Myriapoda and Hexapoda. Chapter 15. Characteristics. Enormously successful 750,000 species Many undescribed 75% of all living species. Characteristics. Insect dominance Waxy epicuticle Flight. Sub Phylum Myriapoda. Four Classes Two Body Tagmata Head Trunk Uniramous appendages

By omer
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Nutrient Cycles

Nutrient Cycles

Nutrient Cycles. CARBON. WATER. NITROGEN. PHOSPHOROUS. The Water Cycle. HOME. Precipitation. Water that has condensed in the air forms clouds Drops fall to Earth and accumulate in oceans and lakes. Back to the Water Cycle. Evaporation. Using Water. Using Water.

By niveditha
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Respiratory/Pulmonary Emergencies

Respiratory/Pulmonary Emergencies

Respiratory/Pulmonary Emergencies. Hap Farber Pulmonary Center Boston University School of Medicine. Respiratory Failure. 1) ABG single most important laboratory test for evaluating of respiratory disorders. 2) Respiratory failure: ABG w/ pCO2 > 50 and/or pO2 <60. Normal Individuals.

By adamdaniel
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Lecture 8 Tracers for Gas Exchange

Lecture 8 Tracers for Gas Exchange

Lecture 8 Tracers for Gas Exchange. Examples for calibration of gas exchange using: 222 Rn – short term 14 C - long term. E&H Sections 5.2 and 10.2. Rates of Gas Exchange Stagnant Boundary Layer Model. well mixed atmosphere. C g = K H P gas = equil. with atm. ATM. 0. OCN.

By sheba
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Phylum Annelida (Segmented Worms)

Phylum Annelida (Segmented Worms)

Phylum Annelida (Segmented Worms). 15,000 Annelid species Bilaterally symmetrical coelomates Coelomes divided into partitions by septa Inhabit marine, fresh water, & moist environments Has complex digestive system Has closed circulatory system Epidermis is primary gas exchange organ

By rhian
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QUIZ Diagram

QUIZ Diagram

QUIZ Diagram. 2. Plant Structure: Leaves. Organs attached to stems of vascular plants. Plant leaves. Usually site of photosynthesis. Today. Leaf structure. Types of leaves. Leaf arrangements. Types of leaf venation. Internal leaf anatomy. Types of modified leaves.

By jacoba
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High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation

High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation

High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation. Who Why When Where What How. ?. Neonatal Uses of HFOV. Hyaline membrane disease Persistent pulmonary hypertension Pulmonary interstitial emphysema (prevention and treatment) Sepsis / Pneumonia Congenital diaphragmatic hernia

By duff
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How do we describe disease-specific changes in respiratory function? 3/2 and 3/4

How do we describe disease-specific changes in respiratory function? 3/2 and 3/4

How do we describe disease-specific changes in respiratory function? 3/2 and 3/4. Friday Lab 7-7:50 am we can review spirometry for the lecture assignment and lab exam. How does the Bohr Effect improve oxygen delivery to a tissue that is working? What are the typical lung volumes?

By Antony
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How do we describe disease-specific changes in respiratory function? March 20 and 22

How do we describe disease-specific changes in respiratory function? March 20 and 22

How do we describe disease-specific changes in respiratory function? March 20 and 22. How does the Bohr Effect improve oxygen delivery to a tissue that is working? What are the typical lung volumes? What are the three kinds of pneumothorax?

By ady
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Respiratory System

Respiratory System

Respiratory System. Gas exchange. W O R K T O G E T H E R. Why do we breathe? Think of all the reasons why we need a respiratory system. Respiratory System. Functions: Provides oxygen to the blood Removes CO 2 from the blood. Cells. Many different types

By saddam
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Chordata (Fish)

Chordata (Fish)

Chordata (Fish). Nealansh Gupta, Siddhartho Bhattacharya, Richard Tong Period 1 http://www.hilariousheadlines.com/talk/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/reef-fish.jpg. Phyla. Siddhartho Bhattacharya. Myxini: jawless Hagfish, snake like

By nibal
(343 views)

Year 9 Science 2013

Year 9 Science 2013

Year 9 Science 2013. Control & Coordination Part 1 The Respiratory System. Gas Exchange. Oxygen and carbon dioxide need to be exchanged with the environment for ___________and _____________. Diffusion.

By helki
(207 views)

Pulmonary Pathophysiology

Pulmonary Pathophysiology

Pulmonary Pathophysiology. Amal abd elmoneim. The lungs. The respiratory acinus. Cartilage is present to level of proximal bronchioles Beyond terminal bronchiole gas exchange occurs The distal airspaces are kept open by elastic tension in alveolar walls. Type I pneumocyte.

By charity
(227 views)

Plant Processes

Plant Processes

Plant Processes. The Big Idea: Like all living things, plants need nourishment, reproduce, and respond to stimuli. SPI’s 0707.3.1 Compare the chemical compounds that make up the reactants and products of photosynthesis and respiration.

By ovid
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Eutrophication

Eutrophication

Eutrophication. The facts. What is Eutrophication you ask?. Eutrophication is when waterways, which are naturally low in nutrients such as phosphates and nitrates, are polluted with fertiliser run-off containing these nutrients.

By hume
(362 views)

Review What types of food do herbivores eat, What are nutritional symbionts

Review What types of food do herbivores eat, What are nutritional symbionts

Review What types of food do herbivores eat, What are nutritional symbionts Relate Cause and Effect How might a corral be affected if all its symbiotic algae died Review what are two types of digestion animals use to break down and absorb food

By adolfo
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