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Reproduction immigration (non-sterile expatriation) expatriation Cfin Cgla Jaschnov 1970 map
Copepods IBM Start end chla Egg D = a (T+α) β D = a (T+α) β [1-exp(-F/K)] Stage X Success: Stage X > ? fail: Stage X <= ?
Cfin initial release time and location
Release time (pan-arctic)
Success fail Cfin_0m_nf
Cfin_0m_f Success fail
Cfin_50m_nf Success fail
Cfin_50m_f Success fail
Cgla_0m_nf Success (reach C5)Fail (reach C5)
Cgla_0m_nf Success (reach C4)Fail (reach C4)
Cgla_0m_f Success (reach C5)Fail (reach C5)
Cgla_0m_f Success (reach C4)Fail (reach C4)
Cgla_50m_nf Success (reach C5)Fail (reach C5)
Cgla_50m_nf Success (reach C4)Fail (reach C4)
Cgla_50m_f Success (reach C5)Fail (reach C5)
Cgla_50m_f Success (reach C4)Fail (reach C4)
obs mod obs mod
monthly average circulation on February of upper 50m layer
monthly average circulation on August of upper 50m layer
Satellite-Derived Chl-a, POC, SST, PAR and River Discharge Seasonal Climatology for the Georgia Bight Sergio Signorini and Chuck McClain SeaWiFS-derived.
How a topographical map is made.
TYPES OF. ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION Only one parent Offspring all look the same as the parents No variation in the offspring Not good chance of surviving.
Circles OCR Stage 6. diameter Circumference radius Tangent radius is diameter ÷ 2.
EGGS The egg stage is at the beginning off the cycle when the mother has babies. Now can Can I Come out? Hurry up!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Life Cycle of a Frog What is the first stage of the Frog life cycle called? A. Adult Frog B. Eggs C. Froglet D. Tadpoles E. Tadpoles with.
___1. MITOSIS A. reproductive cells ___2. MEIOSIS B. produces genetically identical cell ___3. GAMETES C. exchange of genes between two homologous chromosomes.
BUTTERFLY DEVELOPMENT. Egg is laid on a leaf BUTTERFLY DEVELOPMENT Egg is laid on a leaf.
Critical Habitat by Life Stage - Incubation (eggs pre-hatch) - transition (embryo to fry) - juvenile rearing (0 to 2) - juvenile rearing (2+) - Adult feeding.
MEIOSIS SEXUAL REPRODUCTION A combination of the genetic material of two separate individuals Humans have 46 chromosomes - 23 pairs Humans reproduce by.
NASA SeaWiFS Dynamics of Calanus finmarchicus Resting Populations in the Gulf of Maine Whitley Saumweber University of Rhode Island Graduate School of.
Meiosis Making Gametes. Mitosis Review Mitosis: Division of the Nucleus ProphaseMetaphaseAnaphaseTelophase How many times does the nucleus divide in mitosis?ONE.
How do vascular plants differ from non vascular plants Vascular plants 1.Vascular system (TUBES) for water transport 2.Grow tall 3.Live in dry areas Non.
The challenges to live on land and the will to survive The sun can be brutal!
Asexual Reproduction Sexual Reproduction MitosisMeiosisChallenge $100 $200 $300 $400 $500.
Do Now: Read the article “Ages and Stages of Play.”
Non spontanee spontanee G>O G
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Meiosis Unit 4-3 Notes Mr. Hefti - Biology. 1. Definition Cell division that occurs only in gonads producing gametes. –Spermatogenesis - in testes.
1. Are sex cells haploid or diploid?. 2. A cell in prophase I is ________________ a. Haploid b. diploid?
AlgaRisk 08 AlgaRisk 08 EO tools and website …status and developments Peter Miller and Jamie Shutler AlgaRisk Progress Meeting PML, 19 Sep
Life Cycles Vocabulary 3-5 Grade. Birth The beginning of life.
Chromosome Theory & Heredity. Gene Linkage Where two or more genes occurs on the same chromosome – Located in close association with one another – Tend.
Reproductive System The system of organs within an organism that work together for the purpose of reproduction.
Jeanice A. Estoque BEED-3 Jeanice A. Estoque BEED-3 The Life cycle of a Butterfly SCIENCE-4.
Sheep Karyotype: How many chromosomes can be found in: 1. Somatic cells _____________ 2. Gamete cells ______________ 3. Haploid cells ______________ 4.
AQUATIC BIOLOGY [objectives] List and explain life processes of aquatic organisms Define morphology and physiology and discuss relationships to aquatic.
Meiosis AP Biology Unit 3 Meiosis Process that occurs to form haploid cells from diploid cells Forms gametes– sperm and egg.
© Boardworks 2011 The Gilded Age The Development of the Industrial United States (1870–1900) To enable the activity, Flash Player needs to be installed.
** Mitosis is asexual reproduction & occurs ONLY in regular old body cells called SOMATIC CELLS (skin, nails, your pancreas, etc..) NOT sperm and eggs.
Objectives All: should be able to name the events occurring during each stage of mitosis and be able to recognise the stages from drawings and photographs.
Guess the topic of this lesson from the following video clip.
Types of Selection Hardy Weinberg Speciation Prezygotic vs. Postzygotic Grab Bag
Alex, Lexi, Stephanie, and Jeremy. Definitions Human Cloning- The creation of a genetically identical copy of a human. Somatic cell- Any cell from the.
The Scientific Method By Emmagrade 4. State the Problem Will I be able to keep my egg from braking?
Multicellular Organisms. Tissue - a group of similar cells that together perform a specific function in an organism.
The principal objective of this project is to utilize the very comprehensive U.S GLOBEC broad-scale data sets that now exist to address two overarching.
Flowers All flowering plants are Called ? ANGIOSPERMS.
Class: Crustacea Subclass: Copepoda Order: Eucopepoda Suborder: Calanoida Female calanoid copepods. Description: Plate 019a. Ventral view of a female calanoid.
Meiosis. What is it? A special type of cell division of the reproductive cells – egg and sperm Meiosis is similar to which other cell division? Mitosis.
Note Taker Guide for pg Strange Plants.
P.O.D. What can I do today to help some one else be successful.?
Chapter 5: Sex Determination and Sex Chromosomes Susan Chabot Honors Genetics
Development of the Lipid Accumulation Window hypothesis to explain Calanus finmarchicus dormancy Jeffrey Runge School of Marine Sciences, University of.
Reproduction & Heredity. Stages of Reproduction Fertilization~ Joining of an egg and a sperm in the fallopian tube Click on picture above ***Video Note:
Scientific Notation. Ex: Move the decimal point until only one non- zero digit remains on the left. # of spaces moved is the.
Reproduction & Heredity. Stages of Reproduction Fertilization~ Joining of an egg and a sperm in the fallopian tube.
Sexual reproduction Life cycles and the alternation of generations.
Lesson 4 – Life Cycles -The life cycle of an animal includes birth, growth, reproduction, and death.
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