'Air sacs' presentation slideshows

Air sacs - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


ESRM 456

ESRM 456

ESRM 456 . Biology and Conservation of Birds John Marzluff 123E Anderson 206 616 6883 corvid@u.washington.edu. Course Web Page. Web site http://courses.washington.edu/vseminar Follow links to ornithology (field and lecture) Class email list

By Philip
(364 views)

Respiratory Systems

Respiratory Systems

Respiratory Systems. Internal Gills . Respiratory systems in animals. How to maximize rate of diffusion? . Thin gills (blood vessels close to surface of gill). Feather-like structure increases surface area of gill. Constantly ‘pump’ water across gills.

By jacob
(283 views)

Birds – Class AVES

Birds – Class AVES

Birds – Class AVES. (Some classification schemes include Birds in the Class Reptilia ) Several existing powerpoints were used to create this presentation – including the following sites: facstaff.uwa.edu/ jmccall /BY321/ Birds 2. ppt d www.occc.edu/ biology labs /.../ Zoolo gy.

By jana
(278 views)

BIRD PARTS

BIRD PARTS

BIRD PARTS. These small white pouches on the intestine are called. colic caeca. Their function is to _________________. contain microorganisms to break down plant material. gizzard. This organ that contains small rocks/gravel is the ____________. It’s function is to _______________.

By johana
(382 views)

Anatomy of Respiratory System

Anatomy of Respiratory System

Anatomy of Respiratory System. EX 36. Organization and Functions of the Respiratory System . Consists of an upper respiratory tract (nose to larynx) and a lower respiratory tract ( trachea onwards) . Conducting portion transports air.

By kirby
(548 views)

EMPHYSEMA AND SPIROMETRY Paul R Earl Facultad de Ciencias Biológicas Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León San Nicolás, NL.

EMPHYSEMA AND SPIROMETRY Paul R Earl Facultad de Ciencias Biológicas Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León San Nicolás, NL.

EMPHYSEMA AND SPIROMETRY Paul R Earl Facultad de Ciencias Biológicas Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León San Nicolás, NL. Mexico.

By tola
(445 views)

Date

Date

©. I.M.Quizitor. EMT-Basic Jeopardy ® Quiz www.medtrng.com. nternal. edicine. Produced by: David L. Shenson, MD Oregon Health Sciences University Department of Internal Medicine. Single Quizitor. Double Quizitor. Final Quizitor. Date. SINGLE Quizitor. Legal. A&P. Resp.

By andrew
(257 views)

TRANSPIRATION

TRANSPIRATION

TRANSPIRATION. What is Transpiration?. An evaporation of water in the form of water vapour from the surface of the plant to the atmosphere Where does transpiration take place?. Transpiration. Transpiration mainly takes place through openings on leaves – STOMATA

By redford
(3198 views)

Vertebrates: Part II

Vertebrates: Part II

Vertebrates: Part II. Reptiles & Birds. Reptiles. Dry body covering Scales made of keratin Heart has 3 chambers Well-developed lungs Toes have claws. Reptile Reproduction. Amniote Egg developed Internal fertilization. Homeostasis. Modern reptiles = ectotherms

By oriole
(128 views)

Increasing Awareness: Asbestos

Increasing Awareness: Asbestos

Increasing Awareness: Asbestos. Ancient History, Characteristics, Types, Uses, Health Effects. Asbestos Definition. The word asbestos derives from a Greek word meaning “inextinguishable”. Asbestos definition.

By jase
(111 views)

Mammal Characteristics

Mammal Characteristics

Mammal Characteristics. Biology Two 27-1. What is a mammal?. Belong to the class Mammalia Endothermic vertebrate with hair Females have mammary glands, secrete milk to feed young There are approximately 4500 species of mammals. Size of mammals. Mammals vary in size

By sutton
(197 views)

3RD TERM BIOLOGY PROJECT SUB:- HUMAN ORGAN SYSTEMS MADE BY:- SOUMEE SENGUPTA & SONALI SAHU 9TH A K.V.MANKHURD

3RD TERM BIOLOGY PROJECT SUB:- HUMAN ORGAN SYSTEMS MADE BY:- SOUMEE SENGUPTA & SONALI SAHU 9TH A K.V.MANKHURD

3RD TERM BIOLOGY PROJECT SUB:- HUMAN ORGAN SYSTEMS MADE BY:- SOUMEE SENGUPTA & SONALI SAHU 9TH A K.V.MANKHURD. CONTENTS. HUMAN CIRCULATORY SYSTEM HUMAN RESPIRATORY SYSTEM HUMAN DIGESTIVE SYSTEM HUMAN EXCRETORY SYSTEM HUMAN REPRODUCTION SYSTEM. HUMAN CIRCULATORY SYSTEM.

By azure
(260 views)

Human Body Systems

Human Body Systems

Human Body Systems. Human Body Organization. The Human Body is composed of Organ Systems are composed of Organs are composed of Tissues are composed of Cells. Circulatory System. Major Structures heart, blood vessels, blood, lymph nodes and vessels, lymph Functions

By wood
(254 views)

Cell Transport

Cell Transport

Cell Transport. What can cross the cell membrane easily?. 1) Hydrophobic molecules - like lipids, carbon dioxide, and oxygen can dissolve in membrane and cross it w/ ease 2) Water - although it is polar it’s tiny enough to pass b/w the fatty acid tails of the membrane (osmosis)

By slade
(167 views)

Respiration and Gas exchange

Respiration and Gas exchange

Respiration and Gas exchange. Key concepts. Types of respiration Cellular Respiration is the chemical breakdown of food substances to yield ATP. Different organisms use different kinds of breathing mechanisms in order to transport oxygen throughout their bodies.

By romeo
(200 views)

Anatomy & Physiology

Anatomy & Physiology

Anatomy & Physiology. Lesson 4. HISTOLOGY. Histology is the study of the structure of tissues. A tissue is a group of similar cells and their intercellular substance, function together to perform a specialized activity.

By armen
(186 views)

How do cells form tissues?

How do cells form tissues?

How do cells form tissues?. Tissues. Using cell junctions. Tissues. Epithelial tissue Connective tissue Muscle tissue Nervous tissue . Epithelial Tissue. Closely packed cells in continuous sheets connected by many desmosomes & tight junctions Apical and Basal surfaces

By sissy
(279 views)

Histology Practical Quiz 1 Practice

Histology Practical Quiz 1 Practice

Histology Practical Quiz 1 Practice. Epithelial & Connective Tissues . General Epithelial & Connective Histology I. 1. Identify each of the following descriptions as pertaining to either epithelial or connective tissues

By hija
(178 views)

FORENSIC TOXICOLOGY

FORENSIC TOXICOLOGY

FORENSIC TOXICOLOGY. Chapter 6. Introduction. __________________ are charged with the responsibility for detecting and identifying the presence of drugs and poisons in body fluids, tissues, and organs.

By maximilian
(142 views)

Chapter 31 Reptiles and Birds

Chapter 31 Reptiles and Birds

Chapter 31 Reptiles and Birds. 31.1: Reptiles. pgs. 796-805 . Characteristics of Reptiles. Class Reptilia Means – to creep First animals to adapt to land Have dry scaly skin w/ claws Have lungs Legs at right angles from body

By noma
(265 views)

View Air sacs PowerPoint (PPT) presentations online in SlideServe. SlideServe has a very huge collection of Air sacs PowerPoint presentations. You can view or download Air sacs presentations for your school assignment or business presentation. Browse for the presentations on every topic that you want.