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BACTERIA

BACTERIA

ARCHAEBACTERIA Introns in DNA Lack peptidoglycan in cell walls Live in extreme environments EUBACTERIA Includes most bacteria Most have one of three shapes May be divided into up to 12 phyla Classification is controversial BACTERIA TYPES OF ARCHAEBACTERIA

By liam
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Why are some changes difficult?

Why are some changes difficult?

Why are some changes difficult?. Small Group Timer. Online Games. I Like Where I Am. I Like Where I Am. I Like Where I Am. I Like Where I Am. Big Question: Why are some changes difficult?. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday. I Like Where I Am Monday. I Like Where I Am Monday.

By jaden
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Environmental Art

Environmental Art

Environmental Art. Artists who focus on nature and believe in protecting/preserving the environment. JOHN DAVIS. JOHN DAVIS. John Davis was an Australian artist who was born in 1936 and Died in1999. He exhibited internationally and throughout Australia.

By Leo
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Bacteria

Bacteria

Bacteria. Classification of Bacteria. Archaebacteria The extremists Oxygen – free environments Produce methane Concentrated salt water environments Great Salt Lake, UT The Dead Sea, Middle East Hot, acidic waters of sulfur springs. The Dead Sea, Israel. The Great Salt Lake, UT.

By lotus
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Manifest Destiny

Manifest Destiny

Manifest Destiny. 1800-1850. Manifest Destiny. Section 1 Migrating to the West What were the causes of westward migrations?. Manifest Destiny. Manifest Destiny – the belief that America was destined to stretch across continent.

By freya
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Sculptors who use natural materials in their work.

Sculptors who use natural materials in their work.

Sculptors who use natural materials in their work. Starting points.

By emmy
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Utah’s Plants and Animals

Utah’s Plants and Animals

Utah’s Plants and Animals. Environments. Wetlands-land that is wet. Also called Riparian areas. Forests-areas covered by trees. Deserts-land that receives less than ten inches of rainfall a year. Wonderful Wetlands. Riparian areas are found near streams and lakes.

By cybil
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Chapter 13 Liquids

Chapter 13 Liquids

Chapter 13 Liquids. Pressure. Pressure is defined as Pressure = Metric unit of pressure is Pascal. 1 Pascal = 1 Newtons per square meter Atmospheric pressure is about 100,000 Pascals. ( Force ). ( Area ). Sample Problem. “Gold” brick is roughly: 12 kilograms [Mass]

By helia
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Chapter 3:

Chapter 3:

Chapter 3:. Water and the Fitness of the Environment 3.1-3.3. More about Water. Why are we studying water?. All life occurs in water inside & outside the cell. Chemistry of water. H 2 O molecules form H-bonds with each other +H attracted to –O creates a sticky molecule.

By sine
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Chapter 27- Prokaryotes and the Origin of Metabolism

Chapter 27- Prokaryotes and the Origin of Metabolism

Chapter 27- Prokaryotes and the Origin of Metabolism. Key Points: The evolution of Prokaryotic metabolism was both cause and effect of changing environments on Earth Molecular Systematics is leading to phylogenetic classification of prokaryotes

By nyoko
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Abstract

Abstract

EFFECT OF MERCURY ON THE BRINE SHRIMP ARTEMIA FROM THE GREAT SALT LAKE N icole Berthelemy-Okazaki and D ustin Ingraham Department of Zoology, Weber State University, Ogden, Utah, USA nokazaki@weber.edu. Abstract. --Chronic exposure.

By wilma
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Sediments and Sedimentary Rocks

Sediments and Sedimentary Rocks

Sediments and Sedimentary Rocks. Geology Today Barbara W. Murck & Brian J. Skinner. LAYERED ROCKS, PARIS CANYON, ARIZONA. © Houghton Mifflin 1998; N. Lindsley-Griffin, 1999. Rock Cycle Weathering, Erosion, Deposition.

By havily
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Tree of Life

Tree of Life

Tree of Life. Planet Earth is about 4.6 billion years old. Oldest known rocks are about 3.8 billion years old. Oldest fossils (prokaryotes) are about 3.5 billion years old. Tree of Life. All living organisms on this planet share a common ancestor.

By arlo
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Bacterial Growth

Bacterial Growth

Bacterial Growth. Dr Paul D. Brown paul.brown@uwimona.edu.jm BC10M: Introductory Biochemistry. Bacterial Growth – binary fission. Bacterial Growth. Exponential growth via binary fission Generation or doubling time (from 20 min to 24 h) Phases of growth Lag phase

By corbin
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Bacterial Growth Unusual Growth Conditions Microbial Diversity

Bacterial Growth Unusual Growth Conditions Microbial Diversity

Bacterial Growth Unusual Growth Conditions Microbial Diversity. Parameters other than nutrition that affect bacterial growth. pH —optimum pH of most organisms is 7.0 Water activity —most bacteria require a water activity between 0.9 and 1.0

By arlo
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Robert Smithson

Robert Smithson

Robert Smithson. By :Paola Hernandez. Facts . In the middle of 1960s he exhibited sculptures based on geometric progressions He then shifted from making to expressing concepts through various earth works . In 1968 he began the series of sites and non-sites .

By zorina
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Reviving Religion

Reviving Religion

Reviving Religion. And the Birth of the Reform Movement. The Importance of Religion. By 1850, 3/4 of 23 million Americans regularly attended church Many changes in religious faith Deism and the Unitarian Faith Unitarians: No Trinity, Jesus a man, stressed man’s goodness, emphasized works

By erzsebet
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TAXONOMY

TAXONOMY

TAXONOMY. DOMAINS. Domain Archaea. Kingdom Archaebacteria prokaryotic unicellular autotrophic chemosynthetic. Kingdom Archaebacteria p.462. Methanogen

By alesia
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Why were the Mormons more successful in the West?

Why were the Mormons more successful in the West?

Why were the Mormons more successful in the West?. L.O To anlayse the role of Brigham Young in the success of the Mormons. To understand how the Mormon established Salt Lake City as their new ZION. SALT LAKE CITY 1873. Look at source F page 30 .

By arabella
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BACTERIA

BACTERIA

ARCHAEBACTERIA Introns in DNA Lack peptidogycan in cell walls Live in extreme environments. EUBACTERIA Includes most bacteria Most have one of three shapes May be divided into up to 12 phyla Classification is controversial. BACTERIA. TYPES OF ARCHAEBACTERIA.

By albert
(179 views)

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