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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

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makemegenius – Full of ingredients to make your child a genius.

makemegenius – Full of ingredients to make your child a genius.

www.makemegenius.com – Full of ingredients to make your child a genius. “Don’t make me read, make me understand “. The Digestive System. What does the Digestive System Do ?. The digestive system digests the food we eat. Lets Take A Journey Of The Digestive System.

By albert
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The Digestive System

The Digestive System

The Digestive System. Main goal of the Digestive system:. The main goal of the Digestive System is to breakdown food so that your body can use it!. Describe the digestive system. The digestive tract is a series of hollow organs joined in a tube from the mouth to the anus .

By jaden
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Human Digestion &

Human Digestion &

Human Digestion &. Human Nutrition. Nutrition. All the activities by which an organism obtains and uses food for growth and repair of cells. Nutrients. The substances in food that an organism needs and uses for its life functions. Function of Nutrients.

By Ava
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Frog Dissection

Frog Dissection

Frog Dissection. Index to Frog Dissection. Index to Frog muscles dissection Frog mouth Frog internals Internals 1 Internals 2 Male female. Frog muscles. Ventral view Full view Upper body Back legs- medial view Superficial muscles Dissection 1 Dissection 2 (deep muscles)

By Rita
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Announcements

Announcements

Announcements. Tomorrow’s quiz on NEJM paper Bring two questions about NEJM Exam I provided today. Which of the following enzymes work most effectively at a very low pH?. Salivary amylase Trypsin Pepsin Pancreatic amylase Pancreatic lipase.

By lotus
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The Digestive System and Nutrition

The Digestive System and Nutrition

The Digestive System and Nutrition. 7 th Grade Science Mrs. Christopherson Mrs. Goede. Important Vocabulary. Digestion : The process of breaking food down to be used by the body. Why is digestion important?

By albert
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Ameba: Formally Phylum Sarcodina R & J Ch 7

Ameba: Formally Phylum Sarcodina R & J Ch 7

Ameba: Formally Phylum Sarcodina R & J Ch 7. Protozoa with pseudopodia (or if not, distinct locomotive protoplasmic flow present). Mitochondria when present never in the form of a kinetoplasts. Without apical complex. Without axostyles. Ameboid Movement.

By Mia_John
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Osmosis Lab

Osmosis Lab

Osmosis Lab. HELP PAGE. Title: Osmosis Egg Lab. Name, Date, period Unique #. I. Problem:. What effect will hypertonic, hypotonic, and isotonic solutions have on an egg (our model of a human cell)?. II. Hypothesis. I think that …. III. Materials.

By Rita
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Livestock Nutrition:Digestive System

Livestock Nutrition:Digestive System

Livestock Nutrition:Digestive System. Created by: Arlene Barrett, Dennis Bratton, Mariah Gumphery ,Haley Vrazel. Objectives. Summarize terms related to digestive system. Review the digestive system. Terms. Nutrient Nutrition Gastrointestinal Tract Digestive Stystems. Nutrient.

By Pat_Xavi
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Overview of Traditional Chinese Medicine Dr. Leon Chen East West Healing Center

Overview of Traditional Chinese Medicine Dr. Leon Chen East West Healing Center

Overview of Traditional Chinese Medicine Dr. Leon Chen East West Healing Center. Origin of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

By paul2
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Pig Dissection

Pig Dissection

Pig Dissection. Contents External Features Sex Determination Mouth and Maxillary Nerve Muscles Index Internal Systems Index. External features. Answers. Male. Female. Male. Sex determination. Answers. Answers to External anatomy. Pinna External auditory meatus Nictitating membrane

By knut
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Chapter 19: Digestion

Chapter 19: Digestion

Chapter 19: Digestion. Chapter overview: Chapter 19 presents the physiology of digestion and nutrition, including: anatomical views and digestive parts identification the process of digestion and absorption factors affecting digestibility of feeds. Digestion and Absorption :.

By tait
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Perch Dissection

Perch Dissection

Perch Dissection. ©2001 AgriTeach.com (92601ms). Preparation & Examination. Locate major external anatomical parts: Dorsal Fin Posterior Dorsal Pectoral Fins Pelvic Fins Anal Fins Caudal Fin Gill Covers (operculum) Lateral line - sensory organ of fish Remove several scales

By madeleine
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Digestive system

Digestive system

Digestive system. Breaks down food so it can diffuse into the cells. Organs of the digestive system. Salivary glands. Pharynx. Tongue. Esophagus. Mouth and Throat. Liver. Pancreas. Stomach. Gall bladder. Large intestine/ Colon. Small intestine. Rectum. Anus. The stomach down….

By ros
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Quiz 1 midterm 15 items

Quiz 1 midterm 15 items

Quiz 1 midterm 15 items. Problem solving. A patient with a clinical history of hiatal hernia comes to the radiology department. Which procedure should be performed on this patient to rule out this condition? (5pts). Problem solving.

By shiloh
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Gastrointestinal System Physiology

Gastrointestinal System Physiology

Gastrointestinal System Physiology. Fabian Omenankiti. Digestion. Digestion is the breakdown of large, complex organic molecules into smaller components that can be used by the body. Molecules need to be small enough to diffuse across plasma membranes. Steps of digestion.

By fai
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Week 6

Week 6

Week 6. Body structure test After test complete page 56 in syllabus Review homework-oral practice Chapter 6-pages 106-131-lecture Getting ready for Integumentary test- use pages 56 and 67 in the syllabus Homework. Review Integumentary System.

By tamira
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Symbiotic Relationships

Symbiotic Relationships

Symbiotic Relationships. Symbiosis. A close relationship between two specie that benefits at least one of the species. Three types are: mutualism, commensalism, parasitism. Mutualism. A relationship in which both species benefit. Represented by +/+ Examples:

By harriet
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CHAPTER 15 DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

CHAPTER 15 DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

CHAPTER 15 DIGESTIVE SYSTEM. Structure and Function. The structure of the digestive system consists of the organs that comprise the alimentary canal, or digestive tract • The functions of the digestive system are: – To break down food to a form that can be used by body cells

By denim
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