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Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs Adam Hoffmann and Anthony Crim 3 rd Hour Introduction Did you know that the Jurassic Period had the most dinosaurs? You will learn more about dinosaurs in this Web Quest. Task

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Climate and Biomes

Climate and Biomes

Climate and Biomes. By: Natalie Palmer May 14 th 2009 5 th grade. Climate.

By Albert_Lan
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Space Debris

Space Debris

Space Debris. Topics. Pluto Kuiper-Belt Objects Comets Meteoroids Asteroids Summary. Pluto. Discovered by Clyde Tombaugh in 1930. Fig. 8-2, p. 164. Pluto. Charon. Fig. 8-6, p. 166. Kuiper-Belt Objects (KBOs). Beyond the orbit of Neptune lies a belt of icy objects

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The Biome of a Temperate Desert

The Biome of a Temperate Desert

The Biome of a Temperate Desert. By Lizz S. and Sam S. Climate Characteristics. Average Annual Temperature: 20-25 degrees Celsius The temperature range during the year reaches as high as 40 degrees Celsius and as low as -18 degrees Celsius at night

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Ediacaran Fauna

Ediacaran Fauna

Ediacaran Fauna. Precursors to the Cambrian Explosion Matt Cox. Period of existence. Proterozoic Era 650 – 543 million years ago Worldwide distribution. Disagreement.

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Annelids: The first segmented bodies

Annelids: The first segmented bodies

Annelids: The first segmented bodies. Megan Van Der Bank Department of Biodiversity and Conservation Biology, University of the Western Cape 2401402@uwc.ac.za. Contents . 1 The major groups of annelids living today 2 Conservation status of annelids 3 Why are annelids so successful

By melchior
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The Marine Biome

The Marine Biome

The Marine Biome. by ryan. Location. Cover ¾ of Earth’s surface Includes oceans & coral reefs (an estuaries) Algae supplies world’s O and takes in CO 2 Evaporation of sea provides precipitation . Oceans. Largest of all ecosystems Separated into zones Intertidal Pelagic Abyssal

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Ferns in the Carboniferous Period

Ferns in the Carboniferous Period

Ferns in the Carboniferous Period. Eugene Marinus Department of Biodiversity and Conservation Biology University of the Western Cape 2357422@uwc.ac.za. History. The history of ferns can be traced back about 400 million years, starting in the late Devonian era. . Kenrick P, Davis P (2004).

By mattox
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Nematoda

Nematoda

Nematoda. Jenny Brooke David Thursday, March 13, 2014 Period 1. http://www.stanford.edu/group/parasites/ParaSites2006/Loiasis/Home.html. Sample Animals and Pictures. Caenorhabditis elegans Tricinella spiralis. David Dallas-Orr. Body Cavity (coelom) present or absent. Have a coelom

By nevaeh
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Nematoda

Nematoda

Nematoda. By: John Lee, Jon Fuller, and Vicky Hung. Phylum & Sample Animals. Phylum: Nematoda Classes: Adenophorea, Secernentea Sample Animals: Caernorhabditis Elegans Involves in aging in human It’s a model organism for research Trichinella Spiralis Acquired by ingesting infected pork

By tacy
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Nematoda

Nematoda

Nematoda. By: John Lee, Jon Fuller, and Vicky Hung. Phylum & Sample Animals. Phylum: Nematoda Classes: Adenophorea, Secernentea Sample Animals: Caernorhabditis Elegans Involves in aging in human It’s a model organism for research Trichinella Spiralis Acquired by ingesting infected pork

By reece
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Nematoda

Nematoda

Nematoda. Jenny Brooke David Tuesday, April 1, 2014 Period 1. http://www.stanford.edu/group/parasites/ParaSites2006/Loiasis/Home.html. Sample Animals and Pictures. Caenorhabditis elegans Tricinella spiralis. David Dallas-Orr. Body Cavity (coelom) present or absent. Have a coelom

By roddy
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A 2

A 2

The food web. Death and sedimentation. A 1. A 2. D. Detritus and associated Microflora (bacteria/fungi). Primary producers. inedible. H 2. Primary consumers. H 1. detritivore. herbivore. P. Productivity . Biomass. Secondary Productivity: Primary production supports

By karmina
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The Animal Kingdom

The Animal Kingdom

The Animal Kingdom. Invertebrates & Vertebrates. www.the-directory.org/index.php?cPath=2. The animal kingdom is very diverse. The simplest animals lack a mouth, organ systems like a nervous or digestive system & have no body cavity.

By yanni
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Optical Tweezers

Optical Tweezers

Optical Tweezers. Research performed by: Rachel Patton McCord. at The National Institute of Standards and Technology and Davidson College. Background: Optical Tweezers Physics. Balancing Forces: Scattering Force- “Radiation Pressure” Gradient Force- Restoring force analogy to spring .

By elliott
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Time Scales

Time Scales

Time Scales. Time Perspectives Chronostratigraphy Geologic Time Scale Radioactive Decay Radiometric Dating Pilot Knob Lab. Text: Manual, p. 3, 29, 131-136; Boggs, Ch. 18. Time Perspectives. Catastrophism . http://www.meteorcrater.com/. Time Perspectives.

By benjamin
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Proterospongia - a colonial choanoflagellate (a type of protist)

Proterospongia - a colonial choanoflagellate (a type of protist)

EVIDENCE FOR CHOANOFLAGELLATE/SPONGE RELATIONSHIP:. morphology of choanocytes molecular data. Proterospongia - a colonial choanoflagellate (a type of protist). http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu /protista/proterospongia.html. 16S rRNA sequences of various eukaryotes. sponges. animals

By ksena
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Biomes of the World

Biomes of the World

By: Katie Wrobbel Section: 15. Biomes of the World. Map. A uthor. Resources. Quit. It is the largest biome in the world. Winters are cold. Summers are warm. The taiga or boreal forest exists as a nearly continuous belt of coniferous trees across North America and Eurasia.

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Stephen Jay Gould & Niles Eldredge. 1993. Punctuated equilibrium comes of age. Nature: 366: 223-227.

Stephen Jay Gould & Niles Eldredge. 1993. Punctuated equilibrium comes of age. Nature: 366: 223-227.

We have no evidence that the species of 'living fossil' groups are particularly old. For example, the western Atlantic horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus --the 'type example' of the phenomenon--has no fossil record at all, whereas the genus can only be traced to the Miocene [about 20 mya].

By idania
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Population Growth

Population Growth

Population Growth. Theories. Definition of Population Growth:. Population growth is change in population over time or the change in the number of individuals in a population per unit time. Population Growth Rate is the rate at which the number of individuals in a population increases.

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