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COOL CATS

COOL CATS

COOL CATS By : Rebecca History became pets in the Middle Ages cats 32 breeds called felines true fur hear well see in dim light five toes on front paws 4 toes on back paws whisker are sensory organs kittens females can birth 420 kittens some kittens grow up to be

By sherlock_clovis
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The Chernobyl Accident and its impact on Belarus

The Chernobyl Accident and its impact on Belarus

The Chernobyl Accident and its impact on Belarus. by Michael Yohnk ( yohnkmw@uwec.edu ) Geography 308 Geography of Russia and Eastern Europe University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Professor Zoltan Grossman Spring, 2005. http://library.thinkquest.org/20331/images/chernsite.jpg.

By Donna
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Vertebrates (subphylum vertebrata)

Vertebrates (subphylum vertebrata)

Vertebrates (subphylum vertebrata). Possess a backbone (aka vertebral column, spine) Vertebrae=Dorsal row of hollow skeletal elements (usually bone) Nerve cord=spinal cord, protected by vertebrae, (part of nervous system), ends in brain Bilateral symmetry, endoskeleton.

By liam
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Grasshopper Dissection

Grasshopper Dissection

Grasshopper Dissection. Life Science/Mr. Ditolla. Arthropods. Arthropods make up the largest phylum of animals in the animal kingdom. Arthropod means “jointed foot”. All arthropods have jointed appendages . Arthropods also

By marlie
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Chapter 3

Chapter 3

Chapter 3. Powerpoint Questions. Q1. Transduction. A1. The process of converting outside stimuli, such as light, into neural activity. Q2. Frequency. A2. Number of complete waves, or cycles, that pass a given point per unit of time. Q3. Three properties of sound waves. A3.

By rowa
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Introduction to Advertising & Sales Promotion

Introduction to Advertising & Sales Promotion

Introduction to Advertising & Sales Promotion. Bill Bernbach on Persuasion.

By gayle
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Chapter 15 - Trematoda: Classification and Form and Function of Digeneans

Chapter 15 - Trematoda: Classification and Form and Function of Digeneans

Chapter 15 - Trematoda: Classification and Form and Function of Digeneans. Subclass Digenea

By varuna
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Phylum Platyhelminthes

Phylum Platyhelminthes

Phylum Platyhelminthes. The Flatworms Part 1 Free-living Flatworms. Emerging Patterns in Evolution. Evolution of a head end: cephalization Mesoderm Kidney Internal fertilization . Bauplan. Dorsoventrally flattened Triploblastic Embryo has 3 cell layers Ectoderm (cnidarians)

By navid
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Anatomy Basics

Anatomy Basics

Anatomy Basics. Vertebrate Anatomy Chapter 1. Terms. Anatomy study of the the structure and shape of the body and body parts and their relationship to one another. Physiology Study of how the body and its parts work or function. Levels of Structural Organization. Atoms Cells Tissues

By koleyna
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Parapsychology

Parapsychology

Parapsychology. Mr. Koch Psychology Forest Lake High School. Parapsychology. Para = “at the side of…” Psychological phenomenon that goes beyond the main area of psychological knowledge and interest. Parapsychology. ESP (extra sensory perception)

By keefer
(106 views)

Annelids

Annelids

Annelids. The Segmented Worms. Characteristics. Includes duster worms, earthworms, & leeches Abundant in all habitats Have a true coelom fully lined with mesoderm Body divided into external segments called metameres (metamerism). Oligochaetes. Characteristics.

By abedi
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SENSORY PHYSIOLOGY

SENSORY PHYSIOLOGY

SENSORY PHYSIOLOGY. BIOLOGY 305 LABORATORY. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Lab Practical is NEXT Week! Check course web site for schedule of open lab hours. LAB PRACTICAL. Be Sure YOU Know:. LAB PRACTICAL. How You Loose Points:. THIS WEEK: REACTION TIMES. Investigation of Reaction Times:

By Audrey
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Early Modern Epistemology

Early Modern Epistemology

Early Modern Epistemology. Fall 2012 Dr. David Frost Instructor of Philosophy University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point. The Early Modern Period. “Modernity” signals a time of extraordinary change.

By milly
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Grasshopper Dissection

Grasshopper Dissection

Grasshopper Dissection. Arthropods. Arthropods make up the largest phylum of animals in the animal kingdom. Arthropod means “jointed foot”. All arthropods have jointed appendages . Arthropods also have segmented bodies and an external covering called an exoskeleton . . Insects.

By cain
(316 views)

May 10 th

May 10 th

May 10 th. QUIZ!! Chapter 31 (1&2) and 32 (1&2) notes Computer room tomorrow! Rm 3201 Sub 5 th , 6 th and 7 th HW- Chapter 32 notes 1 & 2. Reptiles – Class Reptilia. A reptile is a vertebrate that has dry, scaly skin, lungs, and terrestrial eggs with several membranes.

By locke
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Europe’s Environmental Issues

Europe’s Environmental Issues

Europe’s Environmental Issues. Essential Question. How has Europe dealt with the major environmental issues of acid rain, air pollution, and nuclear disaster?. Many of the world’s largest and most industrialized countries are in Europe. Paris, London, Berlin, Rome, Amsterdam

By irving
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Introduction to Phylum Platyhelminthes

Introduction to Phylum Platyhelminthes

Introduction to Phylum Platyhelminthes. Flatworms. Venn Diagram. Flatworms. Cnidarians. Sponges. Cnidarians. Endoderm Ectoderm Hermaphrodite Regeneration Gastrovascular cavity. Bilateral Mesoderm: Acoelomate Organ Organ system: reproductive Ganglia: eyespot.

By rosie
(609 views)

Introduction to Phylum Platyhelminthes

Introduction to Phylum Platyhelminthes

Introduction to Phylum Platyhelminthes. Flatworms. Phylum Platyhelminthes. There are hundreds of species of flatworms that have been identified to date. They are assigned to phylum Platyhelminthes . Prefix platy means “ flat ” Suffix helminth means “ wormlike ”.

By denton
(458 views)

Mollusks

Mollusks

Mollusks. Kingdom Animalia Phylum Mollusca Class Gastropoda Class Bivalvia Class Cephlapoda. Mollusks. 50,000 species 10 classes Includes: Squid Octopus Clams Conches Snails Sea slugs Oysters. Basic Anatomical Structures:.

By cybill
(210 views)

The Design of Organisms

The Design of Organisms

The Design of Organisms. What Patterns do you see?. Body Plans. The great diversity of plant and animal forms arises from a surprisingly small number of patterns. Although some organisms have complex shapes, we will begin looking at simple systems. Spheres, Tubes, and Fans.

By nili
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