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U4C	Good Morning 	11/1

U4C Good Morning  11/1

U4C Good Morning  11/1. Please pick up Purple unit sheet Folder Opening : What are THREE new body parts you learned about yesterday? What do these parts do? Work Session : Finish crayfish structure/function activity and take notes on crustaceans. Closing : Review crayfish anatomy. 6.

By pleasance
(261 views)

Wedding Breakfast Cold Carved Buffet Menu 1.

Wedding Breakfast Cold Carved Buffet Menu 1.

Wedding Breakfast Cold Carved Buffet Menu 1. Mountain of Beef Hawaiian Style Baked Ham Roast Pork Loin Roast Turkey Served with Potato Salad Waldorf Salad Rice Salad French Salad Green Bean Nicoise Coleslaw, Tomato, Cucumber, Beetroot Hot New Potatoes

By onella
(237 views)

 Comparative Anatomy

 Comparative Anatomy

 Comparative Anatomy. Earthworm, Crayfish, Frog and Human by Anderson Matinho. Integument means skin. Anus. Clitellum. Prostomium. Exoskeleton. Frog integument on this slide labels improve the photo

By sachi
(279 views)

Lakes and Ponds

Lakes and Ponds

Lakes and Ponds. By: Meredith Maynard and Krystin Vickers. Geography and Climate. Location – All continents and all environments

By binta
(179 views)

The Raft

The Raft

The Raft. Genre: Realistic Fiction -a made-up story that could have happened in real life. Have you ever gone fishing?. Share your experience with a class or with a partner : Whom did you fish with? Where did you go fishing? What tools did you use? Did you catch any fish?

By wenda
(173 views)

Amazing American Alligators Fun F acts!

Amazing American Alligators Fun F acts!

Amazing American Alligators Fun F acts!. By Omer Ballinger. The Alligators Brief Description. It is a reptile. His jaw can break your bones. They are usually stealthy. Some have large teeth some have s mall teeth. Do you live by any A merican a lligators?. Do you live by a swamp?

By dysis
(170 views)

Description The blue ringed octopus body size is less than 5cm and arms around

Description The blue ringed octopus body size is less than 5cm and arms around

Description The blue ringed octopus body size is less than 5cm and arms around 7cm.Even when the octopus is at rest faint blue lines are still visible. They are extremely dangerous and will give you a warning before they

By bardia
(163 views)

Necturus maculosus

Necturus maculosus

Necturus maculosus. COMMON MUDPUPPY. Range and Habitat . Found in most eastern states of the U.S. and parts of southern Canada. Live in permanent water sources. Can live at depths of 18”-34” but have been found in 88’ Prefer the shelter of rocks, logs, and overhangs. Characteristics .

By munin
(287 views)

Crayfish Vocabulary Review Game

Crayfish Vocabulary Review Game

Crayfish Vocabulary Review Game. Try to figure out which science vocabulary word matches the definition that is given. An example of a crustacean. Crayfish. a gas most creatures need to live. oxygen. the parts of a crayfish’s body used for breathing. Gills.

By mireya
(89 views)

A Closer Look at Ecological Thinking

A Closer Look at Ecological Thinking

By Nicholas Lawrence. A Closer Look at Ecological Thinking. Introduction. Big facet of sustainability is sustainable resource use This can’t be done without understanding environmental dynamics/ using ecological thinking

By moke
(97 views)

Aquaculture

Aquaculture

Aquaculture. Aquaculture. Began with the Chinese and the Egyptians There were drawings to support this. Aquaculture. Asia is 1 st in aquaculture production Europe is 2 nd North America is 3 rd. Aquaculture. Aquaculture is one of the fastest growing segments in the agriculture industry.

By ira
(498 views)

Soil Test Review

Soil Test Review

Soil Test Review. 2013-2014. There is a layer of water under the soil. Soil - dirt has always been here. River valleys were created by earthquakes or movements of the earth. Mountains and valleys have always been on Earth. Water comes on shore as waves and evaporates.

By yoland
(155 views)

The Rodents

The Rodents

The Rodents. Order Rodentia. Teeth. Incisors Diastema Molars Malocclusion. Nocturnal. Whiskers. Porcupette 1/year. Prolific breeders Pests Food source. History. Vermin control $ Diseases Bubonic plague Typhus Hanta fever. Scientific research Food Fur trade items

By june
(177 views)

VERTEBRATES AND INVERTEBRATES

VERTEBRATES AND INVERTEBRATES

VERTEBRATES AND INVERTEBRATES. All animal can be classified as belonging to one of two groups: Those with backbones Those without backbones Animals without backbones are called Invertebrates There are many different types of invertebrates: Sponges

By marrim
(1379 views)

☼ Eco-2010 ☼

☼ Eco-2010 ☼

☼ Eco-2010 ☼. By: Denise and Char-Char[:. Denise and Char-char (funny accent) Rattlesnake Mountain. (: RATTLESNAKE MOUNTAIN pH- mud puddle closer to the entrance of the summit-4 Mud puddle closer to the edge- 4.5 Temperature-mud puddle closer to the summit-80

By alaina
(139 views)

Crayfish and Ticks

Crayfish and Ticks

Crayfish and Ticks. By: Tanner & Matthew. Crayfish. 3-stages of life. Habitat and diet. First stage- birth Second stage- they shed Third stage- grow there hard exoskeleton They continue to grow through life. Molting when they grow. Active at night Eat mainly plants

By maren
(121 views)

Crayfish Dissection Laboratory

Crayfish Dissection Laboratory

Crayfish Dissection Laboratory. Crayfish Ecology. Crayfish are found in streams, rivers, lakes and ponds where the water contains adequate amounts of calcium salts. They are primarily nocturnal, hiding in crevices and under rocks during the day and emerging to feed at night.

By elin
(567 views)

Phylum: Arthropoda

Phylum: Arthropoda

Phylum: Arthropoda. Insects, crabs, lobsters, etc…. General Information. Diversity: Over 85% of all known animals are arthropods The most successful animals on the planet! They live in the widest range of habitats and eat the greatest varieties of food

By masako
(128 views)

What do avocets eat? HOW do they eat?

What do avocets eat? HOW do they eat?

What do avocets eat? HOW do they eat? . Avocets eat…. Insects Crustaceans http://www.youtube.com/watch?v= D46bOVvao70 *They feed by sometimes sticking their whole head under water and swishing it from side to side, stirring up bugs and crustaceans with their long, curved bill. .

By nariko
(100 views)

River Project Data 2011

River Project Data 2011

River Project Data 2011. Stonefly Alderfly Dobsonfly 2 Snipefly 2 Caddisfly 80 Mayfly 1 Riffle beetle Water penny Damselfly Dragonfly Crayfish Crane fly Clam 2. Black fly midge Sowbug Scud 2 Right snail Aquatic worm Leech Left snail Blood-worm midge .

By michi
(106 views)

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