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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Question 1 for $100 What is cytokinesis? 50:50 A. Division of the Cytoplasm B. Division of the Nucleus C. Occurs during Interphase D. Occurs only in Meiosis II Question 2 for $200 Sexual reproduction occurs only in _____? 50:50 A. Animal Cells

By paul2
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BACTERIA

BACTERIA

BACTERIA A 3 ½ BILLION YEAR SUCCESS STORY BACTERIA Bacteria are prokaryotic - which means they DO NOT have nucleus BACTERIA Discovered in the late 1600’s by Anton van Leeuwenhoek This discovery would not have been possible WITHOUT the invention of the MICROSCOPE

By Gabriel
(886 views)

Topic 1.1: Why is the reproduction of cells important?

Topic 1.1: Why is the reproduction of cells important?

Topic 1.1: Why is the reproduction of cells important?. Reproduction ensures that life exists beyond its present generation Reproduction transfers genetic information from parents to offspring. Concept 1: Reproduction ensures that life exists beyond its present generation.

By daniel_millan
(326 views)

Kingdom Plantae

Kingdom Plantae

Kingdom Plantae. 1. Unit Goals (as they relate to plants). Students will analyze the nature of the relationships between structures and functions in living cells.

By Leo
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Characteristics of Living Things

Characteristics of Living Things

Characteristics of Living Things. All living things share these 6 characteristics: . 1. Cells (at least one) 2. Ability to respond to the environment 3. Reproduce 4. DNA 5. Use energy 6. Grow and develop. Biotic vs. Abiotic. Biotic – living Abiotic - nonliving.

By MikeCarlo
(668 views)

Unicellular Organisms

Unicellular Organisms

Unicellular Organisms. Objective 1.2 Identify unicellular organisms, including bacteria and protista, by their methods of locomotion, reproduction, ingestion, excretion, and effects on other organisms. There are two types of microorganisms: Eukaryotic and prokaryotic. Let’s look at each one.

By Olivia
(380 views)

IMPLEMENTING 504 IN MISSOURI’S SCHOOLS

IMPLEMENTING 504 IN MISSOURI’S SCHOOLS

IMPLEMENTING 504 IN MISSOURI’S SCHOOLS. Teri Goldman Teri B. Goldman, LLC 36 Four Seasons Center #337 Chesterfield, MO 63017 terigoldmanatty@aol.com. PURPOSE OF 504.

By Jims
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Coral Reefs—health and hazards

Coral Reefs—health and hazards

Coral Reefs—health and hazards. Dr. Maia McGuire University of Florida/Sea Grant. Photo by Mike White, FKNMS. What is a Coral?. Animal, vegetable or mineral?. It’s an animal which may live with a plant and makes a mineral-based skeleton.

By Leo
(246 views)

Sexual Reproduction in Animals

Sexual Reproduction in Animals

Sexual Reproduction in Animals. Fertilization. Sperm nucleus enters the egg and moves to the egg nucleus. The 2 nuclei join together and then form a zygote . External Fertilization *outside the body. Animals that breed in the water Many hazards in the environment Sperm and egg may not meet

By Audrey
(378 views)

ANIMAL KINGDOM

ANIMAL KINGDOM

ANIMAL KINGDOM. Animal Kingdom is divided into 11 phylums. They are Protozoa Porifera Coelenterata Platyhelminthes Aschelminthes Annelida Arthropoda Mollusca Echinodermata Hemichordata Chordata Mammalia. PROTOZOA. Unicellular Parasite Reproduction by binary

By adamdaniel
(446 views)

Structure & Function of Cells: Chapter 3

Structure & Function of Cells: Chapter 3

Structure & Function of Cells: Chapter 3. MODERN CELL THEORY. 1. All living things are made of one or more cells 2. Cells are the basic units of life and all the chemical reactions of life occur in cells 3. All cells arise from preexisting cells. Cell Requirements.

By jaden
(263 views)

The History of Life

The History of Life

The History of Life. Section 17–2 This section explains how Earth formed. It also outlines hypotheses that have been proposed for how life first arose on Earth and describes some of the main steps in the early evolution of life. . Formation of Earth .

By Leo
(543 views)

Topic 2 The World of Plants

Topic 2 The World of Plants

Topic 2 The World of Plants. Standard Grade Biology. World of Plants is divided into: A- Introducing plants B- Growing plants (Pollination, Fertilisation, Asexual reproduction) C- Making food. The life cycle of a plant. There are 7 stages in the life cycle of a plant.

By jana
(536 views)

Asexual Reproduction

Asexual Reproduction

Asexual Reproduction. What is asexual reproduction ?. Asexual reproduction is a mode of reproduction by which offspring arise from a single parent, and inherit the genes of that parent only, it is reproduction which does not involve meiosis , ploidy reduction, or fertilization.

By betty_james
(509 views)

Meiosis: going from diploid to haploid

Meiosis: going from diploid to haploid

Meiosis: going from diploid to haploid. Making Gametes : Egg and Sperm. The cell cycle remains the same except…. G1. Division: meiosis & cytokinesis. S. G2. Meiosis Overview.

By Gabriel
(295 views)

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
(218 views)

Ch. 22 Fungi

Ch. 22 Fungi

Ch. 22 Fungi. By: Brianna Shields April 27, 2006. DO NOW. 1. To what domain do Eubacteria belong? 2. To what kingdom does algae belong? 3. To what “special group” or phylum witihin the animal kingdom do Sea Stars or Starfish belong?. GOAL. List the characteristics of the kingdom Fungi

By Sophia
(334 views)

Classification of Microorganisms

Classification of Microorganisms

Classification of Microorganisms . Organizing, classifying and naming living things Formal system originated by Carl von Linn é (1701-1778) Identifying and classifying organisms according to specific criteria Each organism placed into a classification system . Taxonomy. Taxonomy.

By benjamin
(1972 views)

Classification

Classification

Classification. Classification is putting organisms into groups based on similarities and differences How do you decide who goes into what group? Look at characteristics Try to figure out which are the most “important”. Why Classify??? . Human nature- we love to put things in their place!

By albert
(329 views)

KEY CONCEPT Independent assortment and crossing over during meiosis result in genetic diversity.

KEY CONCEPT Independent assortment and crossing over during meiosis result in genetic diversity.

KEY CONCEPT Independent assortment and crossing over during meiosis result in genetic diversity. Sexual reproduction creates unique combinations of genes. Sexual reproduction creates unique combination of genes. independent assortment of chromosomes in meiosis random fertilization of gametes

By Samuel
(426 views)

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