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The Digestive System

The Digestive System

The Digestive System. All animals eat other organisms - dead or alive, whole or by the piece (including parasites). In general, animals fit into one of three dietary categories. Herbivores , such as gorillas, cows, hares, and many snails, eat mainly autotrophs (plants, algae).

By flora
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Fish and Zooplankton Interactions

Fish and Zooplankton Interactions

Fish and Zooplankton Interactions. Wetzel Chapter 16, pp. 460-468. Interactions between Fish and ZP . Predation Alteration of trophic structures Nutrient cycling. Feeding Relationships Among Fish. Feeding defined: acquisition of both energy and nutrients for growth and reproduction

By nitesh
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The Hydra Lab

The Hydra Lab

The Hydra Lab. Not the one from Hercules!!. The Cnidarian.

By krikor
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Nicole Wagner

Nicole Wagner

Nicole Wagner. Animal Nutrition. Table of Contents. Nutritional Requirements Food Types Feeding Mechanisms Overview of Food Processing (Click on topics to access slides). Nutritional Requirements.

By zahur
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Animals Eat Food

Animals Eat Food

Animals Eat Food. Chap 41 (nutrition). Overview: The Need to Feed. Food is taken in, taken apart, and taken up in the process of animal nutrition In general, animals fall into three categories: Herbivores eat mainly autotrophs (plants and algae) Carnivores eat other animals

By presley
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Digestive System

Digestive System

Digestive System. Organization of the Digestive System. The organs of the digestive system are divided into TWO main groups: The alimentary canal – also called the gastrointestinal (GI) tract Accessory organs – teeth , tongue, salivary glands, liver, gallbladder, pancreas.

By kathie
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Sponges

Sponges

Sponges. Sponges. Kingdom Animalia Phylum Porifera. Sponges. Sessile Don’t move No specialized tissues or organs Asymmetrical. Sponges . Body Structure Vase-wall around a hollow tube Closed at the bottom and open at the top Water comes through pores on the side Porocytes

By koen
(202 views)

Animal Nutrition

Animal Nutrition

Chapter 41. Animal Nutrition. Jesse Couch Haley McKay. 41.1 Homeostatic Mechanisms manage an animal’s energy budget. Herbivores =eat mainly autotrophs (cattle, hares, snails) Carnivores = eat other animals (hawks, spiders, sharks)

By elle
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Sand Dollars

Sand Dollars

Sand Dollars. Sand Dollars : part of the Echinoderm phylum. Closely related to sea urchins Class Echinoidea : sea urchins & sand dollars. Where do they live ? . In the Intertidal Zone of the beach (your best chance at seeing one would be when the tide is at a low level) .

By finley
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Why is Dylan so upset?

Why is Dylan so upset?

Why is Dylan so upset?. Peer assessment. Can be used by learners and their teachers to decide where students are in their learning , whey need to go and how best to get there . Week 1: teacher assessment with grade

By traci
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Interdependence Review

Interdependence Review

Interdependence Review. Which of the following is an example of an autotroph ?. Decomposer Scavenger Consumer P roducer. Consumers depend on other organisms for energy. Their relationship can be shown in a food web. What organism provides the initial source of energy in a food web?.

By falala
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Cape Cod NS invertebrates. .

Cape Cod NS invertebrates. .

Cape Cod NS invertebrates. . .

By sylvie
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Simple Tips on How You Can Prevent Cavities

Simple Tips on How You Can Prevent Cavities

Cavities caused by tooth decay is the most common dental problem people encounter. Since it’s so common, you can find many dental clinics that offer treatments for such cavities. In fact, it’s nearly impossible to find clinics that haven’t got treatments for cavities as part of their dental care service. If you happen to be a resident at East St. Kilda, you can have your cavities treated without having to travel to a different suburb. Please visit http://www.thedentalcompany.com.au/ for more information.

By FelippWindsor13
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The 6 Kingdom’s

The 6 Kingdom’s

The 6 Kingdom’s. Archaebacteria.   Found in harsh environments (undersea volcanic vents, acidic hot springs, salty water) Cell walls without peptidoglycan Subdivided into 3 groups based on their habitat --- methanogens, thermoacidophiles, & extreme halophiles. Halophiles (like salt).

By konane
(164 views)


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