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Jeopardy Chapter 7-Cells

Jeopardy Chapter 7-Cells

Jeopardy Chapter 7-Cells A View of the Cell The name given to the small box-shaped structures found in cork. What are cells? States: All cells are made of one or more cells and all cells come from living cells. Cells are the basic units of structure and function in an organism.

By issac
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Characteristics of Living Things

Characteristics of Living Things

Characteristics of Living Things. All living things share these 6 characteristics: . 1. Cells (at least one) 2. Ability to respond to the environment 3. Reproduce 4. DNA 5. Use energy 6. Grow and develop. Biotic vs. Abiotic. Biotic – living Abiotic - nonliving.

By MikeCarlo
(668 views)

MICROBIOLOGY

MICROBIOLOGY

MICROBIOLOGY. Introduction & Classification. Topics. Classification Methods of Microbiology Nutrition & Growth Microbial Structure Metabolism Host parasite relationships Control of Growth. Types of Microorganisms. Bacteria Gram positive & gram negative Viruses RNA & DNA Fungi

By benjamin
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Giants of Geology

Giants of Geology

Giants of Geology. Nicola Steno – 1638 - 1686. 1669-Niels Stensen (Steno) publishes Forerunner , showing diagrammatic sections of the Tuscany area geology, making the important point that sediments are deposited in horizontal layers. . Steno’s Laws.

By rosie
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Jeopardy Chapter 7-Cells

Jeopardy Chapter 7-Cells

Jeopardy Chapter 7-Cells. A View of the Cell. The name given to the small box-shaped structures found in cork. What are cells?. States: All cells are made of one or more cells and all cells come from living cells. Cells are the basic units of structure and function in an organism.

By wright
(386 views)

Chapter 1, Part A

Chapter 1, Part A

Chapter 1, Part A. The Microbial World And You. Microbes and You. Microorganisms are organisms that are too small to be seen with the unaided eye. Examples? “Germ” refers to a rapidly growing cell. Microorganisms:. What do microbes do? Decompose organic waste

By lucine
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Today’s Objective

Today’s Objective

Today’s Objective. Given information about the development of cell theory, summarize the contributions of scientists and/or state the cell theory. Early Scientists. Anton van Leeuwenhoek. First compound light microscope. Robert Hooke. Coined the term “cell”. Matthias Schlieden.

By katalin
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Cell Structures Unit

Cell Structures Unit

Cell Structures Unit. Cells – What are they?. Specific Separate mass surrounded by a semi-permeable membrane The basic structural unit of life All organisms are composed of one or more cells. Cells – What are they?. How cells differ from each other; Size Shape Organization.

By huey
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Microscope History and Development (2)

Microscope History and Development (2)

Microscope History and Development (2). Field of view and Magnification Check and go over yesterday’s HW p 140-1. Early Microscopes - Anton Van Leeuwenhoek . The father of microscopy, Anton Van Leeuwenhoek of Holland ( 1632-1723 ).

By kaylana
(188 views)

Microcosm, insects and butterflies

Microcosm, insects and butterflies

Microcosm, insects and butterflies. What do you think micro means? And cosmos? Think of words that relate to microcosm . What is the smallest thing you can think of?. Lesson Objectives: To look at various artists, who use insects and the microcosmos as a form of inspiration.

By prisca
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Students Will:

Students Will:

Students Will:. summarize the contributions scientists have made toward the cell theory state the cell theory. Early Scientists’ Contributions. Anton van Leeuwenhoek. First compound light microscope. Robert Hooke. Coined the term “ cell ”. Matthias Schlieden.

By xander
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The Microscope

The Microscope

The Microscope. Mr. Ryan 6 th Grade. The History. Many people experimented with making microscopes Was the microscope originally made by accident? (Most people were creating telescopes) The first microscope was 6 feet long!!!

By dai
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Simple Harmonic Motion

Simple Harmonic Motion

Simple Harmonic Motion. Pre-AP Physics Pearland High School Mr. Dunk. Simple Harmonic Motion. simple harmonic motion (SHM) – vibration about an equilibrium position in which a restoring force is proportional to the displacement from equilibrium

By julie
(137 views)

Cell Theory Notes

Cell Theory Notes

Please take out you chapter 3 packet. Flip to page 104 and complete the My Planet Diary. Cell Theory Notes. New Procedures. Due to the misuse of classroom rules, there will no longer be bathroom time for the first and last 5 minutes of class.

By tovi
(158 views)

EGR 280 Mechanics 6 – Introduction to Mechanics of Materials

EGR 280 Mechanics 6 – Introduction to Mechanics of Materials

EGR 280 Mechanics 6 – Introduction to Mechanics of Materials. Introduction to Mechanics of Materials So far, we’ve looked at the forces applied to rigid bodies. Of course, bodies deform when loads are applied to them

By asa
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CHAPTER - 8 CELL – STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS

CHAPTER - 8 CELL – STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS

CHAPTER - 8 CELL – STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS. 1) Discovery of the cell.

By esmeralda
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ROBERT HOOKE

ROBERT HOOKE

ROBERT HOOKE. ~ a brief biographical sketch by ~ Carl J. Wenning. Robert Hooke. English philosopher, inventor, scientist Born: Freshwater, Isle of Wight, July 18, 1635 Died: London, March 3, 1703. Most notable accomplishments. Published the work Micrographia in 1665 .

By kaylee
(218 views)

Life and Extinction on Earth

Life and Extinction on Earth

Life and Extinction on Earth. In ~ 1.5 hrs!. Life and Extinction on Earth. (1) Diversity of life. (2) Geologic Time. Diversity over time: Marine organisms. From: Sepkoski and Raup, 1982; Erwin et al., 1987 . On Geologic Time.

By guillaume
(83 views)

Evidence of Spontaneous Generation

Evidence of Spontaneous Generation

Evidence of Spontaneous Generation. Maggots developing from rotting meat After spring rain people would observe frogs and insects come to life from the mud of dried up ponds Trees and other plants would automatically grow when nothing was planted. Origins of Life. Spontaneous Generation

By fritz
(442 views)

Cells

Cells

All living things are made of cells. Cells are the basic units of structure and function in living things. Most cells are too small to be seen with the naked eye. Cells. The invention of the microscope made it possible for people to discover and learn about cells.

By burgess
(202 views)

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