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BLOOD

BLOOD

BLOOD. Drops and Spatter. Surface Tension. The liquid in a drop of blood is held together by a cohesive force known as surface tension Surface tension keeps a drop of blood in a spherical shape as it falls

By conlan
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Solar System

Solar System

Solar System. 8 th Grade (adapted by Mrs. Hubbard). What causes Day / Night?. Earth’s rotation (spin) Earth rotates on its axis (imaginary line through the north and south poles). It takes about 24 hours to make one complete rotation.

By sine
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Weathering, Soil, and Wasting

Weathering, Soil, and Wasting

Weathering, Soil, and Wasting. Unit 7 notes. Weathering. What is it? Disintegration and Decomposition of rocks Where does it happen? At or near the surface of the Earth. Weathering. What does this process look like?. Weathering. Why does it happen?

By edie
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FOOD SAFETY SLEUTHS

FOOD SAFETY SLEUTHS

FOOD SAFETY SLEUTHS. Photo Credit CDC Amanda Mills. A disease carried to humans by food Symptoms include nausea, vomiting, stomach cramps, fever, and diarrhea . What is a foodborne illness?. Photo Credit CDC . Mostly caused by pathogenic microorganisms Bacteria Viruses Parasites

By gracie
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Quantum-Mechanical Model of the Atom

Quantum-Mechanical Model of the Atom

Quantum-Mechanical Model of the Atom Describes the probability that the electron will be in a certain region of space at a given instant. Orbitals are regions of different energies where the electrons can be found. .

By xylia
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GALAXIES

GALAXIES

GALAXIES. From: Jim Lochner, USRA & NASA/GSFC. What is a Galaxy ?. Solar System. Distance from Earth to Sun = 93,000,000 miles = 8 light-minutes. Size of Solar System = 5.5 light-hours. What is a Galaxy?. Stellar Region. Sun (solar system too small to be

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Abiotic  Biotic Transition

Abiotic  Biotic Transition

Abiotic  Biotic Transition. on Hadean- Archean Earth Outcrop of metamorphosed volcano-sedimentary rocks from Porpoise Cove, Canada . Living cells are made of molecules!. Modern cells fall into 3 categories (Domains): Archaea Bacteria Eukarya

By oprah
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Sepak Takraw

Sepak Takraw

Sepak Takraw. Ryan Gordon.

By ellie
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Lab 1 Roundness and Sphericity

Lab 1 Roundness and Sphericity

Lab 1 Roundness and Sphericity. In this lab you will determine the roundness and sphericity of a number of sedimentary particles and will investigate the relationship between these two properties of particles. Roundness Roundness refers to the sharpness of the corners and edges of a grain.

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Chapter 8 Those incredible water molecules

Chapter 8 Those incredible water molecules

Chapter 8 Those incredible water molecules. Water is the most important substance on earth and in any living organism. Why?. 8.1 Water molecules form an open crystalline structure in ice. When water freezes, the water molecules arrange themselves in a six-sided crystalline structure.

By cala
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Gas Exchange

Gas Exchange

Gas Exchange. Mr. Tamashiro. 6.4.1 Distinguish between ventilation , gas exchange and cell respiration . Ventilation: The flow of air in and out of the alveoli is called ventilation and has two stages: inspiration (or inhalation) and expiration (or exhalation).

By blaine
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Bacteria Discussion

Bacteria Discussion

Bacteria Discussion. September 7, 2012 (Really). Basic Characteristics Single celled No membrane-bound organelles Nucleoid region Microscopic. I. Prokaryotes. B. How do we identify different types of prokaryotes?. Identified by the following: Shapes

By kizzy
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Chapter 1 Introduction and Review

Chapter 1 Introduction and Review

Organic Chemistry , 6 th Edition L. G. Wade, Jr. Chapter 1 Introduction and Review. Definitions. Old: “derived from living organisms” New: “chemistry of carbon compounds” From inorganic to organic, Wöhler, 1828. Atomic Structure. Atoms: protons, neutrons, and electrons.

By farica
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Lenses change the paths of light.

Lenses change the paths of light.

Lenses change the paths of light. A light ray bends as it enters glass and bends again as it leaves. Light passing through glass of a certain shape can form an image that appears larger, smaller, closer, or farther than the object being viewed. . 30.1 Converging and Diverging Lenses.

By nelia
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The Milky Way Galaxy

The Milky Way Galaxy

The Milky Way Galaxy. The Milky Way. We see a band of faint light running around the entire sky. Galileo discovered it was composed of many stars. With unaided eye you can see light and dark patches. Measuring the Milky Way. William Herschel Star Counting Assumed all stars same brightness

By leala
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The COMPASS polarized target for Drell-Yan physics

The COMPASS polarized target for Drell-Yan physics

The COMPASS polarized target for Drell-Yan physics. Informal International Workshop on Drell-Yan physics at COMPASS 5-6 March 2007 Torino Italy. Norihiro DOSHITA. Yamagata University, Japan. Contents. - Experimental condition in terms of target.

By wan
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Novel Drug Delivery in Pediatric Medulloblastoma

Novel Drug Delivery in Pediatric Medulloblastoma

Novel Drug Delivery in Pediatric Medulloblastoma. Group 37 – Chris Peng (Presenter), Arvin Soepriatna , Blessan Seb astian Client: Mr. Mike Sabo, Pulse Therapeutics, Inc. BME 401, Prof. Anastasio 10/2/2013. Background.

By whitney
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A genetic clustering algorithm for data with non-spherical-shape clusters

A genetic clustering algorithm for data with non-spherical-shape clusters

A genetic clustering algorithm for data with non-spherical-shape clusters. Outline. Motivation Objective Introduction The basic concept of genetic strategy The genetic clustering algorithm Experiments Concluding remarks and Summary Personal opinions Review. Motivation.

By zachariah-jayson
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Revision 8

Revision 8

Revision 8. DNA. Deoxyribonucleic acid or DNA has been described as the chemical basis of heredity. Discuss present-day concepts regarding its: chemical nature and physical structure mode of duplication relationship to protein synthesis. Why is DNA important.

By timothy-slater
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Cutaway diagrams showing the spherical shape of S orbitals.

Cutaway diagrams showing the spherical shape of S orbitals.

Cutaway diagrams showing the spherical shape of S orbitals. The 2 p orbitals. Radial probability “Accurate” “Stylized” Combined area distribution representation of the 2p of the three 2p

By cyrus-walter
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