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ZLY 103

ZLY 103

ZLY 103. ARTHROPODS. ARTHROPODS . INTRODUCTION refers to the members of the phylum Arthropoda (Gr . Arthron , Joint + Podos , Foot), i.e. Joint-legged animals form a vast assemblage of animals that constitute more than 80% of the animals described thus far.

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Skin and Body Membranes

Skin and Body Membranes

Skin and Body Membranes. Chapter 4. What are body membranes?. Cover surfaces, line cavities, protect organs 2 groups Epithelial membranes – cutaneous, mucous, serous Connective Tissue membranes – synovial membranes. Epithelial Membranes. Coving and lining membranes

By judah
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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

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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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Chapter 8

Chapter 8

Chapter 8 . Hairs & fibers. Hair anatomy. Hair forensics. Hair shaft Cuticle Cortex Medulla. Hair cuticles. Scale patterns vary by species. Human Cat Otter. Hair cortex. Pigment granules Color, shape distribution.

By winda
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Chapter 22 - Nematodes: Form, Function, and Classification

Chapter 22 - Nematodes: Form, Function, and Classification

Chapter 22 - Nematodes: Form, Function, and Classification. General Characteristics Body elongate, cylindrical, and tapered at both ends Body design is a tube within a tube, the outer tube being the body wall and underlying muscles and the inner tube being the digestive tract

By zachary
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How do the acoelomates fit in?

How do the acoelomates fit in?

How do the acoelomates fit in?. Nemertea. Platyhelminthes. acoelomate. Complete digestive system. acoelomate. Closed circ. system. Ladder-like nervous system. Cnidaria. proboscis. Porifera. cephalization. protonephridia. organ level of organization. triploblastic. unknown

By phil
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HAIR, FIBERS, AND PAINT

HAIR, FIBERS, AND PAINT

HAIR, FIBERS, AND PAINT. Introduction. Hair is encountered as physical evidence in a wide variety of crimes. Although it is not yet possible to individualize a human hair to any single head or body through its morphology, it still has value as physical evidence.

By meliora
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Simplified Plant Tissues Lesson Plan 4 00hblp4v1

Simplified Plant Tissues Lesson Plan 4 00hblp4v1

Simplified Plant Tissues Lesson Plan 4 00hblp4v1. Plant Organs. The 3 primary organs found in plants are: Leaves Stems Roots Since flowers are thought to have evolved from leaves, they are called “reproductive structures”.

By lucus
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Digital Microscopy : Improving Identification & Quantification in a Freshman Biology Classroom

Digital Microscopy : Improving Identification & Quantification in a Freshman Biology Classroom

Digital Microscopy : Improving Identification & Quantification in a Freshman Biology Classroom. Elizabeth Smith West Aurora High School RET fellow, 2010 University of Illinois-Chicago NSF Grant CBET-EEC-0743068. Outline. My RET experience My School, My Students Technology:

By nonnie
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Plants

Plants

This plant is called the Myrciaria dubia. From Peru and Brazil. Plants. Plant Cell . Chloroplast-the special chemical that makes the plants food during photosynthesis. Mitochondria-is the plants little energy producer.

By jodie
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Introduction to plants

Introduction to plants

Introduction to plants. Chapter 12. Warm up. How many types of plants do you know? Can you name them. Objectives . Identify four characteristics that all plants share. Distinguish between sporophyte and gametophyte. Define nonvascular plants. Define vascular plants.

By astin
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Plants Vocabulary

Plants Vocabulary

Plants Vocabulary. Photosynthesis. The process by which plants and some other organisms capture and use light energy to make food from carbon dioxide and water. Petal. Petals are used to attract insects into the flower, they may have guidelines on them and be scented. . Stigma.

By taji
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Cuticle

Cuticle

Cuticle. Waxy, waterproof layer that covers the leaves and stems of most plants. Internal transporting tissue in some plants that is made up of tube-like structures. Vascular Tissue. Zygote. A fertilized egg, produced by the joining of a sperm and an egg.

By astin
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Quiz Wiz

Quiz Wiz

Quiz Wiz. 1-25. 1. How do unicellular organisms transport?. 2. How do hydra transport?. 3. How do complex animals like insects transport?. 4. How do complex organisms like humans transport?. 5. What do humans have in their transport system that insects do not have?.

By africa
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BOTANY

BOTANY

BOTANY. Botany Questions. How did you use/benefit from plants over the last 24 hours? What are the major plant organs? What do vascular tissues do?. Food Products. Vegetables (non-reproductive parts). Food Products. Fruits Food from ovaries of flowers. Food Products. Legumes

By tawana
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Chapter 8 Review

Chapter 8 Review

Chapter 8 Review. What parts of a fern grow underground?. Roots and stem. T/F: Vascular and nonvascular plants differ in the way they transport materials. True. What is auxin ?. A plant hormone that speeds up the growth of plant cells. What food making process occurs in the leaves?.

By garson
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Plant Structure

Plant Structure

Plant Structure. Plant Tissues. A tissue is a group of cells organized to form a functional unit or a structural unit Plants have 3 tissue systems: Ground tissue (3 types) Vascular tissue (xylem and phloem) Dermal tissue (exterior). Ground tissue.

By kory
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Do Now: Page 23

Do Now: Page 23

Do Now: Page 23. Thanks. Page 23. Page 23. Page 23. Page 19. Page 18. Homework Review. Homework Review. Leaves – Page 10. (The page with the dark circle on the bottom of it). Cuticle – . Protects the leaf against water loss and insect invasion. Stoma – .

By sheri
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Photosynthesis and leaf structure

Photosynthesis and leaf structure

Photosynthesis and leaf structure. Photosynthesis and leaf structure. Leaves are a plant’s main photosynthetic organs. Leaves must: Permit carbon dioxide access to the photosynthetic cells Prevent water from diffusing out Allow the waste product oxygen escape . Internal structure of a leaf.

By quade
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