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Speedboats – Designing and Making

Speedboats – Designing and Making

Speedboats – Designing and Making Design Brief To design and make a toy speed boat that can be played with at bath time. Design Criteria It will need to: Float Be easy to use Go fast Look attractive Why do things float? They are pushed up by the water. This force is called ‘buoyancy’

By Samuel
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THE SKELETON

THE SKELETON

THE SKELETON. Objectives. Identify the bones that articulate at different joints in the body. Name the 6 types of synovial joint and give examples of each. Describe the structure and function of parts of a synovial joint. Be able to classify joints according the movement they allow.

By ivanbritt
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Nanotechnology in Building and Construction

Nanotechnology in Building and Construction

Nanotechnology in Building and Construction. Dr. Joannie W. Chin. Why nanotechnology in building and construction?. Emerging nanotechologies in building and construction. Technical barriers. OPPORTUNITIES. 30,000 ft view. Nanostructured Materials.

By KeelyKia
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180

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A cactus has many adaptations in order to survive in its desert environment. – Identify two adaptations of a cactus that help it survive best in a desert environment, rather than in a different type of environment. 130. 120. 60. 70. 30. 50. 40. 10. 140. 8. 7. 6. 5. 4. 9. 3. 2. 0.

By mike_john
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Fluid & Electrolytes

Fluid & Electrolytes

Fluid & Electrolytes. Parenteral Fluid Therapy. Introduction. Clinicians who care for inpatients must be able to assess the need for parenteral fluid therapy and to specify the composition of the fluid and rate of administration.

By jacob
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Animal Adaptations Arthropods Biological Control (Integrated Pest Management)

Animal Adaptations Arthropods Biological Control (Integrated Pest Management)

Animal Adaptations Arthropods Biological Control (Integrated Pest Management). Animal Adaptations. Correlations of life choices with structural and physiological changes. Things to think about. Why choose? = competition – or avoiding it. . Reproductive cycles.

By ostinmannual
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Global Food & Drink Trends Food & Drink Innovation Network Packaging Innovation by Richard Roberts, Principal Co

Global Food & Drink Trends Food & Drink Innovation Network Packaging Innovation by Richard Roberts, Principal Co

Global Food & Drink Trends Food & Drink Innovation Network Packaging Innovation by Richard Roberts, Principal Consultant Pira International 20 October 2004. Innovation. WHY INNOVATE? “The only sustainable competitive advantage comes from ‘out innovating’ the competition.” James Moore.

By paul2
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Gas Chromatography

Gas Chromatography

Gas Chromatography. Gas Chromatograph: an overview. What is “chromatography” History of chromatography Applications Theory of operation Detectors Syringe technique. What is “Chromatography”. “color writing”

By Jims
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Composites

Composites

Composites. What is a composite Material?. A broad definition of composite is: Two or more chemically distinct materials which when combined have improved properties over the individual materials. Composites could be natural or synthetic.

By Sophia
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ANODIC PROTECTION

ANODIC PROTECTION

ANODIC PROTECTION. Feasibility of anodic protection is firstly demonstrated and tested by Edeleanu in 1954. Corrosion control of metal structure by impressed anodic current. Interface potential of the structure is increased into passive corrosion domain.

By salena
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Principles of Toxicology: The Study of Poisons

Principles of Toxicology: The Study of Poisons

Principles of Toxicology: The Study of Poisons. Elizabeth Casarez Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology University of Arizona. The study of the adverse effects of a toxicant on living organisms. Adverse effects any change from an organism’s normal state

By lakia
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Osmoregulationand Excretion

Osmoregulationand Excretion

Osmoregulationand Excretion. Osmoregulation : Regulation of solute concentrations and water balance by a cell or organism. Osmoregulation balances the uptake and loss of water and solutes. . If cells uptake too much water they will burst

By zack
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External Flows

External Flows

External Flows. CEE 331 March 11, 2014. Overview. The F ss connection to Drag Boundary Layer Concepts Drag Shear Drag Pressure Drag Pressure Gradients: Separation and Wakes Drag coefficients Vortex Shedding. F ss : Shear and Pressure Forces. Major losses in pipes. Shear forces:

By derora
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Extra Cellular Digestion In Saprophytic Fungus

Extra Cellular Digestion In Saprophytic Fungus

Extra Cellular Digestion In Saprophytic Fungus. By Elizabeth Drury. Fungi are not consumers unlike animals. They are either saprophytes (decomposers) or pathogens . Therefore use saprophytic nutrition. This means they do not ingest food but use extra cellular digestion.

By hidi
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Lichen

Lichen

Lichen . ~By YCK2 (Group D). ~~Content~~. 1.Introduction. 2.methodology. 3.type of lichen. 4.Accumulation of poison substance along the food chain. 5.data analysis. 6.factor affect growth of lichen. 7.conclusion. 8.photo of lichen. Lichen. Structure of algae and fungus. Algae.

By feng
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Cells have chloroplasts. The green chlorophyll traps light energy.

Cells have chloroplasts. The green chlorophyll traps light energy.

Cells have chloroplasts. The green chlorophyll traps light energy. This is the inside of a leaf. The top cells have many chloroplasts and no gaps. Air spaces let gases move around. Veins bring water to the cells. Thin, flat leaves catch light. They have a large surface area.

By farren
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Reconstruction of Maxillectomy and Midfacial Defects

Reconstruction of Maxillectomy and Midfacial Defects

Reconstruction of Maxillectomy and Midfacial Defects. Justin H. Turner M.D., Ph.D. April 9, 2010. Maxillectomy and Midfacial Defects. Due to resection of tumors involving orbit, nasal cavity, palate, paranasal sinuses, intraoral mucosa Cause major functional consequences Deglutition

By lok
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ENGINEERING

ENGINEERING

ENGINEERING. UAEU. United Arab Emirates University College of Engineering Industrial Training and Graduation Project Unit. Design and optimization of a fractionation unit. Mariam Ali Albraiki Hanaa Saeed Al-Shamsi Lamya Lari Fatima Al-shehhi . Advisor: Dr. Rachid Chebbi.

By kimball
(232 views)

A Typical Newborn

A Typical Newborn

A Typical Newborn. Flexed Puffy Molded Nose breathers Irregular HR and RR Acrocyanosis Periods of reactivity . Apgar score: What does it tells us?. HR, Resp. effort, tone, reflexes, color 1 min & 5 min 0-10 Good: 7-10. They do all kinds of weird things. Cross their eyes

By rendor
(269 views)

Patterns in Nature

Patterns in Nature

Patterns in Nature. Cell theory. Cells are the smallest living units of organisms All cells come from pre-existing cells. Each organism is made of one or more cells. Evidence to support cell theory. Cell theory was formulated over a period of

By lucrece
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