Ppt on major domains of the earth for class 6

Chapter 3: Wireless WANs and MANs

and some of their properties, including altitude above the earth, round-trip delay time and number of satellites needed for global coverage. Communication Satellites The principal satellite bands. Low-Earth Orbit Satellites Iridium (a) The Iridium satellites from six necklaces around the earth. (b) 1628 moving cells cover the earth. Globalstar (a) Relaying in space: Iridium (b) Relaying on the ground: Globalstar Some History: Why wireless ATM? Today we face two major trends in/


Introduction to the Earth System Modeling Framework Don Stark Gerhard Theurich Shujia Zhou.

scope of the ESMF project 2.To review the status of the ESMF software implementation and current application adoption efforts 3.To outline the principles underlying the ESMF software 4.To describe the major classes and functions of ESMF in sufficient detail to give modelers an understanding of how ESMF could be utilized in their own codes 5.To describe in steps how a user code prepares for using ESMF and incorporates ESMF 6/


Introduction to the Earth System Modeling Framework Nancy Collins July 22, 2005 Climate Data Assimilation Weather.

of the ESMF software implementation and current application adoption efforts 3.To outline the overall design and principles underlying the ESMF software 4.To describe the major classes and functions of ESMF in sufficient detail to give future users an understanding of how ESMF could be utilized in their own codes 5.To describe in steps how a user code prepares for using ESMF, incorporates ESMF, and runs under ESMF 6/


Biology 2, College of the Atlantic Spring 2002

recounts the “natural selection” of species (Earth: the Middle Years) First major extinction at end of the Paleozoic era (the Permian Extinction), probably caused by collision of tectonic plates to form the supercontinent, Pangaea Pangaea marks the birth of a new era, the Mesozoic (Triassic, Jurassic, Cretaceous) Mesozoic ends with second mass extinction—the Cretaceous Extinction (impact hypothesis) And now... Currently in the Recent epoch of the Quarternary period of the Cenozoic era History may tell of a/


Tracing Evolutionary History

” Figure 15.3B_s3 A hypothesis for the origin of the first genes (step 3) 27 MAJOR EVENTS IN THE HISTORY OF LIFE MAJOR EVENTS IN THE HISTORY OF LIFE © 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. 28 15.4 The origins of single-celled and multicelled organisms and the colonization of land were key events in life’s history Macroevolution is the broad pattern of changes in life on Earth. The entire 4.6 billion years of Earth’s history can be broken into/


Introduction to the Earth System Modeling Framework Cecelia DeLuca Nancy Collins Jon Wolfe.

of the ESMF software implementation and current application adoption efforts 3.To outline the overall design and principles underlying the ESMF software 4.To describe the major classes and functions of ESMF in sufficient detail to give future users an understanding of how ESMF could be utilized in their own codes 5.To describe in steps how a user code prepares for using ESMF, incorporates ESMF, and runs under ESMF 6/


Chapter 2 Data Mining Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering

then (5) Return N as a leaf node with the class label C, such that the majority of Records belong to it; (6) select attributes Ai (with the highest information gain) from Attributes; (7) label node N with Ai; (8) for each known value aj of Ai do begin (9) add a branch for node N for the condition Ai = aj; (10) Sj = subset of Records where Ai = aj; (11) If Sj is/


Georgia Grade 3 Writing Assessment

Standard The majority of sentences are correct with the exception of the last sentence which is a long run-on. Some of the sentences are complex. Usage is correct with the exception of one missing word that should precede (“tossed in the batter”). Subjects and verbs agree and nouns and verbs are formed correctly. Capitalization of proper nouns is correct. Spelling is correct (except for “shranks” and “bye me”). The possessive “Ms. Frizzle’s class/


Bacterial Genetics 1 Genetic information Genetic elements Replication Genetic information transfer Regulation of gene expression Mutation and recombination.

can be used to generate specific phylogenetic probes, useful for FISH or microbial community analyses. Archaea Crenarchaeota Euryarchaeota Life on Earth evolved along three major lines, called domains, all derived from a common ancestor. Each domain contains several phyla. Two of the domains, Bacteria and Archaea, remained prokaryotic, whereas the third line, Eukarya, evolved into the modern eukaryotic cell. Although the three domains of living organisms were originally defined by ribosomal RNA sequencing/


Copyright © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. PowerPoint Lectures for Biology: Concepts & Connections, Sixth Edition Campbell, Reece, Taylor, Simon, and Dickey.

 An evolutionary tree for living things has been developed, using rRNA genes –Life is divided into three domains: the prokaryotic domains Bacteria and Archaea and the eukaryote domain Eukarya (including the kingdoms Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia)  Molecular and cellular evidence indicates that Bacteria and Archaea diverged very early in the evolutionary history of life –The first major split was divergence of Bacteria from other two lineages, followed by the divergence of the Archaea and Eukarya/


Apes Practice Exam 2 Directions: Each group of lettered answer choices refers to the numbered statements of questions that immediately follow. For each.

. Regular distribution implies nega­tive interactions among individuals and com­petition for some limiting resource. Clumped distribution implies attraction among individ­uals or to a common resource. 73. (C) Most of the freshwater found on Earth is in the form of groundwater. The estimated and actual relative amounts of freshwater are groundwater (60,000,000 km3, 66.6%), ice (30,000,000 km3, 33.3%), rivers/lakes (140,000/


Classification of Living Things Test Review. #1 What is taxonomy? a.the scientific study of how living things are classified b.the name of Aristotle’s.

an organism? a.a domain c.a taxonomic key b.a controlled experiment d.a eukaryote Answer #18 #19 Why do scientists organize living things into groups? a.so they can find them in the wild more easily b.so that the organisms are easier to study and identify c.so they can make sense of the variety of rocks on Earth d.so products from living/


Chapter 1 The Main Themes of Microbiology Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display.

– assigning names –Identification – determining and recording traits of organisms for placement into taxonomic schemes 26 Levels of Classification Domain - Archaea, Bacteria, & Eukarya Kingdom Phylum or Division Class Order Family Genus Species 27 Sample Taxonomy 28 Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display. Domain: Eukarya (All eukaryotic organisms) Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Primates Family: Hominoidea Genus: Homo Species/


Life & Science. Get out a piece of paper and a pen. Write down anything that you recognize, or any thoughts that come to your mind as you watch.

= 10 Mm = 10 megameters Earth Scale: 1 08 meters = 100 Mm = 100 megameters Earth and Moon Scale: 1 09 /the current taxonomy isn’t very orderly. Domain Kingdom Class Family Order Genus Species Phylum Mammals Domain Kingdom Class Family Order Genus Species Phylum Carnivores. Domain Kingdom Class Family Order Genus Species Phylum Generally named for a type of genus. Canidae (dogs, wolves, foxes, coyotes, dingoes, jackals, etc.) Domain Kingdom Class Family Order Genus Species Phylum Also named for a type of/


HYCOM Data Service New Datasets, Functionality and Future Development Ashwanth Srinivasan, (FSU) Steve Hankin (NOAA/PMEL) Major contributors: Jon Callahan.

Consortium to reach broader classes of users New LAS user interface (currently “alpha” level) Interact with the graphics April 07 HYCOM Nat’l Meeting 34 HYCOM output will reach broader community through standard GIS protocols (“WMS” and “WCS”) April 07 HYCOM Nat’l Meeting 35 HYCOM output via Google Earth April 07 HYCOM Nat’l Meeting 36 HYCOM plot on Google Earth ( Sea Water Potential/


Module 3: Biodiversity and Evolution Biodiversity and evolution Evolution has generated a very wide variety of organisms. The fact that all organisms.

is an attempt to impose a hierarchy on the complex and dynamic variety of life on Earth. Classification systems have changed and will continue to change as our knowledge of the biology of organisms develops. Learning Outcomes Define the terms classification, phylogeny and taxonomy. Explain the relationship between classification and phylogeny. Describe the classification of species into the taxonomic hierarchy of domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus and species. Definitions Classification/


1 Learning objectives After learning this chapter the students will be able to: Define what a Computer Network is List the benefits of networking List.

. For example, the uplink frequency is 6.0GHz, and the corresponding downlink frequency is 4.0 GHz.Acommunications satellite is a relay station in orbit above the earth that receives, regenerates, and redirects signals carried on a specific frequency. The satellite system is very expensive but its area coverage and fringe benefits compensate for the expenses. Communication satellites are normally owned by governments or by government approved organizations of various/


1 Grade 6 Teacher Directions C ommon F ormative A ssessment Quarter Four Reading Informational Text Quarter Four Reading Informational Text.

amazed and frightened? A.The geologists were amazed that the Earth had split opened, but were frightened of the shaking ground. B.The geologists were amazed that they had just witnessed history. C.The geologists were both amazed and frightened when the pilot shouted for them to get back to the helicopter. D.The geologists were afraid of the earthquake tremors but amazed at how strong the ground shook. 29 6. Explain why magma appeared/


© 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. Lecture by Edward J. Zalisko PowerPoint Lectures for Campbell Biology: Concepts & Connections, Seventh Edition Reece, Taylor,

of changes in life on Earth.  The entire 4.6 billion years of Earth’s history can be broken into three eons of geologic time. –The Archaean and Proterozoic eons lasted about 4 billion years. –The Phanerozoic eon includes the last half billion years. 15.4 The origins of single-celled and multicelled organisms and the colonization of land were key events in life’s history © 2012 Pearson Education, Inc.  Prokaryotes lived alone on Earth for/


Remember: Two Ways to Look At Evolution MicroevolutionMacroevolution The formation of new species or taxonomic groups How did animals evolve, how did mammals.

we organize all the organisms on the Earth! Domain Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species **Do not need to memorize this for quizzes!*** Pneumonic Device Dude – Kings Play – Chess » On Fancy Gold Sets Ex: Cat Taxonomy Domain – Kingdom Phylum – Class » Order Family Genus species Eukarya – Animalia Chordata (vertebrates) – Mammalia » Carnivora Felidae Felis catus Example Felis Catus Felis Scientific Names are based on Taxonomy Genus species of taxonomy put/


Bell Ringer Introduction to Mythology Notes Introduction to Titan Notes Exit Slip By the end of class today, we will i dentify the Titans and understand.

be a home for the gods. Then Gaea (the Earth) grew out of Chaos…  Gaea became Mother Earth, mother off all living things and mother of the first gods.  Gaea gave birth to Uranus, the sky.  When rain fell on Gaea, plants, animals and rivers were created.  Domain-earth  She is a symbolic as a mother figure and EARTH  Son of Gaea AND husband of GAEA  The primal Greek god personifying the sky.  Domain-sky  His equivalent/


Introduction to the Next Generation Science Standards EMSE 3123 Math and Science in Elem. Ed. Presented by Frank H. Osborne, Ph. D. © 2015 1.

are progressions. A progression indicates which part of each domain is covered in each grade. Details of the domains and progressions are found throughout the standards. An elementary teacher has to be ready to be able to teach whatever topic is indicated for the grade (s)he is teaching. 6 Major Themes in the Science Standards The Science Standards contain major themes regarding what is expected of the children. Plan and conduct an investigation Analyze/


1 1. How is Wal-Mart organized? List as many sections of Wal-Mart as you can (think of the large signs hanging from the ceiling) 2. Where would shampoo.

-100 million species still remain to be discovered.  To study the large amount of BIODIVERSITY, biologists use classification to group organisms based on similarities. 6  Aristotle - first taxonomist, classified all living things plants or / There are 8 major levels/taxa in biology. › DOMAIN – largest and most inclusive › KINGDOM › PHYLUM › CLASS › ORDER › FAMILY › GENUS › SPECIES - the smallest group: a group of individuals that can breed and produce fertile offspring 9 Domain Eukarya (includes all /


Towards Future Programming Languages and Models for High-Productivity Computing Hans P. Zima University of Vienna, Austria and JPL, California Institute.

 …and better support from hardware architectures  The major goal must be productivity  performance  user /domains are first-class objects: a central repository for index space, distribution, and associated set of arrays  support for automatic partitioning of dynamic graph-based data structures  high-level control for communication (halos,…)?  The “Abstract Language” supports generic programming  abstraction of types: type inference from context  abstraction of iteration: generalization of the/


Land Cover Classification System L C C S A guide to utilization of concepts and software application.

Description The Standard Description for each land cover class gives the user a better insight into the classifiers used and structure of the class than can be inferred from the standard name alone. Classes are hierarchically ordered according to Structural Domains of the main land cover types. Legend Module The main land cover type The User’s Label. The Structural Domain. Classifiers Used This option gives the user the possibility to interpret what the codes of the Boolean Formula of the land cover classes/


Chapter 15 Tracing Evolutionary History. Are Birds Really Dinosaurs with Feathers? For decades, evolutionary biologists debated whether birds evolved.

time Radiometric dating can gauge the actual ages of fossils and the rocks in which they are found – Based on the decay time of radioactive isotopes relative to other isotopes Carbon-14 for relatively young fossils Isotopes with longer half-lives for older fossils 15.3 Continental drift has played a major role in macroevolution Continental drift is the slow, incessant movement of Earths crustal plates on the hot mantle World geography/


Copyright © 2005 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Benjamin Cummings DAY 1 Why am I in this class? Is it hard? Who will I have to become to get an.

evolution and diversity. Kingdom Plantae consists of multicellula eukaryotes that carry out photosynthesis, the conversion of light energy to food. Many of the prokaryotes known as archaea live in Earth‘s extreme environments, such as salty lakes and boiling hot springs. Domain Archaea includes multiple kingdoms. The photo shows a colony composed of many cells. Kindom Fungi is defined in part by the nutritional mode of its members, such as this/


Copyright © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. PowerPoint Lectures for Biology: Concepts & Connections, Sixth Edition Campbell, Reece, Taylor, Simon, and Dickey.

 An evolutionary tree for living things has been developed, using rRNA genes –Life is divided into three domains: the prokaryotic domains Bacteria and Archaea and the eukaryote domain Eukarya (including the kingdoms Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia)  Molecular and cellular evidence indicates that Bacteria and Archaea diverged very early in the evolutionary history of life –The first major split was divergence of Bacteria from other two lineages, followed by the divergence of the Archaea and Eukarya/


Chapter 18: Classification 18-1 History of Taxonomy 18-2 Modern Phylogenetic Taxonomy 18-3 Two Modern Systems of Classification.

common ancestor. Assessing Prior Knowledge What molecule in organisms is passed from one generation to the next? Why would similarities in this molecule between different organisms be a good basis for classification? Evolutionary biologists recognize six major evolutionary pathways and classify organisms into six kingdoms. Identify the first type of organisms that are believed to have appeared on Earth and explain how these organisms obtained nutrition.


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life in China during the 11th-12th century. Its myriad depictions of different people interacting with one another reveals the nuances of class structure and the many hardships of urban life as well. It also displays accurate depictions of technological practices found in Song China. Free to share, print, make copies and changes. Get yours at www.boundless.com Wikipedia. "Bianjing city gate." Public domain http://en.wikipedia.org/


Apes Practice Exam 2 Directions: Each group of lettered answer choices refers to the numbered statements of questions that immediately follow. For each.

. Regular distribution implies nega­tive interactions among individuals and com­petition for some limiting resource. Clumped distribution implies attraction among individ­uals or to a common resource. 73. (C) Most of the freshwater found on Earth is in the form of groundwater. The estimated and actual relative amounts of freshwater are groundwater (60,000,000 km3, 66.6%), ice (30,000,000 km3, 33.3%), rivers/lakes (140,000/


Copyright © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. PowerPoint Lectures for Biology: Concepts & Connections, Sixth Edition Campbell, Reece, Taylor, Simon, and Dickey.

 An evolutionary tree for living things has been developed, using rRNA genes –Life is divided into three domains: the prokaryotic domains Bacteria and Archaea and the eukaryote domain Eukarya (including the kingdoms Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia)  Molecular and cellular evidence indicates that Bacteria and Archaea diverged very early in the evolutionary history of life –The first major split was divergence of Bacteria from other two lineages, followed by the divergence of the Archaea and Eukarya/


The Taxonomy of Educational Objectives Implementation in Teaching and Learning Activities at Faculty of Electrical Engineering UTeM.

Knowledge Higher-Level Thinking Skills Bloom’s Taxonomy- Knowledge Observation and recall of information Knowledge of dates, events, places Knowledge of major ideas Mastery of subject matter Question Cues when evaluating: list, define, tell, describe, identify/of Bloom Taxonomy in the development of Final Exam Question Subject BEKC 4773 Robotic and Automation 6 levels in the Cognitive domain Knowledge (recalling facts, terms, basic concepts and answer) List down three (3) out of four (4) classes of/


Life Origins, Evolution, Classification Edited by L. Bridge Nov. 2015 Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction.

according to a system of broader and broader groups The Three Domains of Life – Distinguished based on biochemical evidence (differences in rRNA, genes) – Domains Archaea and Bacteria are unicellular organisms lacking membrane-bound organelles like nuclei (Prokaryotes) – Domain Eukarya is organisms whose cells have nuclei (Plants, Animals, Fungi and Protists) Classification of Living Things 3 Domains Kingdom Phylum (Division for plants) Class Order Family Genus Species 40 Domain Archae Prokaryotes –Single/


Copyright © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. PowerPoint Lectures for Biology: Concepts & Connections, Sixth Edition Campbell, Reece, Taylor, Simon, and Dickey.

 An evolutionary tree for living things has been developed, using rRNA genes –Life is divided into three domains: the prokaryotic domains Bacteria and Archaea and the eukaryote domain Eukarya (including the kingdoms Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia)  Molecular and cellular evidence indicates that Bacteria and Archaea diverged very early in the evolutionary history of life –The first major split was divergence of Bacteria from other two lineages, followed by the divergence of the Archaea and Eukarya/


Copyright © McGraw-Hill Education. All rights reserved. No reproduction or distribution without the prior written consent of McGraw-Hill Education. Chapter.

into groups –Nomenclature – assigning names –Identification – determining and recording traits of organisms for placement into taxonomic schemes 33 Copyright © McGraw-Hill Education. All rights reserved. No reproduction or distribution without the prior written consent of McGraw-Hill Education. Levels of Classification Domain - Archaea, Bacteria, & Eukarya Kingdom Phylum or Division Class Order Family Genus Species 34 Copyright © McGraw-Hill Education. All rights reserved. No reproduction or distribution/


The Tree of Life Chapter 26. 2 Origins of Life The Earth formed as a hot mass of molten rock about 4.5 billion years ago (BYA) -As it cooled, chemically-rich.

rRNA studies -Domain Archaea -Domain Bacteria -Domain Eukarya Each of these domains forms a clade Archaea and Eukarya are more closely related to each other than to bacteria 14 During evolution, microbes swapped genetic information via horizontal gene transfer (HGT) 15 Bacteria Most abundant organisms on Earth Extract nitrogen from the air, and recycle carbon and sulfur Perform much of the world’s photosynthesis Responsible for many forms of disease Highly/


The judiciary is beyond comparison the weakest of the three departments of power. No. 78.

the ACLU: People for the American Way National Education Association TNA February 6, 2006 p31 Felix Frankfurter Co-founder of the American Civil Liberties Union 1920 Supreme Court Justice 1939-62 Ruth Bader Ginsberg 1993- General Counsel of the ACLU from 1973- 1980 Served on Board of Directors Ruth Bader Ginsberg 1993- Director of the Womens Rights Project during the 1970s for the American Civil Liberties Union American Civil Liberties Union The pure version of intellectual class/


A Survey of Life in the Sea - Introduction

to specific): Domain - Fundamental groups of living organisms based on the genetic and physical structure of individual cells. Kingdom - (or supergroups) a group of similar phyla. Phylum - (or division) - a group of Classes. Classes - are groups of related Orders. Orders - groups of related Families. Families - groups of Genera that share characteristics. Genus - (plural Genera) groups species that are closely related. Species - the Latin name for an individual organism. The Linnaeus Classification System/


John R. Vig Consultant. Most of this Tutorial was prepared while the author was employed by the US Army Communications-Electronics Research, Development.

-zero constants depend on crystal symmetry. For quartz (trigonal, class 32), there are 10 independent linear constants - 6 elastic, 2 piezoelectric and 2 dielectric. "Constants depend on temperature, stress, coordinate system, etc. To describe the behavior of a resonator, the differential equations for Newtons law of motion for a continuum, and for Maxwells equation * must be solved, with the proper electrical and mechanical boundary conditions at the plate surfaces. Equations are very/


Quartz Crystal Resonators and Oscillators

Rb RbXO Accuracy 10-8 TMXO OCXO 1ms/day MCXO 1s/year 10-6 TCXO Shown above is the approximate relationship between accuracy and power requirement for the major classes of frequency standards, and for some developmental standards. The accuracies shown are for wide temperature range devices, and include environmental effects and one year of aging. Laboratory standards, (e.g., the best available cesium standard) have higher accuracies. Power availability often limits/


The City in Space and Time

of retreat in time of siege The Greek city The agora was the province of the citizens A place for public meetings, education, social interaction, and judicial matters It was the civic center, the hub of democratic life for Greek men Later, after the classical period, it became the city’s major marketplace without losing its atmosphere of a social club The Greek city Physical separation of religious from secular functions implies the religious domain was no longer the only source of/


«CSI5112» D. Amyot U. Ottawa CSI 5112 Review of Software Engineering Daniel Amyot University of Ottawa 2007.

is decomposed into modules Each module is a major processing step (function) in the application domain Modules can be decomposed into smaller modules Object-oriented decomposition The system is decomposed into classes (“objects”) Each class is a major abstraction in the application domain Classes can be decomposed into smaller classes Which decomposition is the right one? «CSI5112» D. Amyot U. Ottawa Review of Software Engineering71 Functional Decomposition Top Level functions Level 1 functions/


Chapter 27 Diversity of Life on Earth

earth. Many more- estimated to be anywhere between 10 - 100 million have yet to be discovered. How do we keep track of all of this and make it easier to study? 27.1 Classifying Living Origin of current classification system Originated by Carolus Linnaeus – 18th century Came up with the division of the system: domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species Linnaeus continued Also came up with rules for/


Tracing Evolutionary History

time Radiometric dating can gauge the actual ages of fossils and the rocks in which they are found Based on the decay time of radioactive isotopes relative to other isotopes Carbon-14 for relatively young fossils Isotopes with longer half-lives for older fossils 15.3 Continental drift has played a major role in macroevolution Continental drift is the slow, incessant movement of Earths crustal plates on the hot mantle World geography/


THE THREE “C’s” OF REVELATION – Rev 2:10 CONFLICT COMFORT CONQUEST

class of men involved in the persecution of the saints would escape Gods righteous judgment. Following are charts on the "Kings of the Earth" which again shows how the book is tied together in all of its scenes. Rev. 19:17-21 KINGS OF THE EARTH Revelation 16:13-14,16 – And I saw three unclean spirits like frogs coming out of the mouth of the dragon, out of the mouth of the beast, and out of the mouth of the false prophet. For they are spirits of/


An Age of Exploration and Isolation

a second wife. Husbands were expected to provide support for their wives and children. In many cases, the head of the family would also be responsible for providing for more than just his own wife and children. A feature of Chinese society that restricted the mobility of women was the practice of footbinding. The origins of footbinding are not clear. Scholars believe it began among the wealthier class of women and was later adopted by all/


PowerLecture: Chapter 24 Principles of Evolution.

be classified and grouped for greater ease in understanding their evolutionary relationships. The binomial system of nomenclature used two names—genus and species—to identify each distinct organism. The binomial system of nomenclature used two names—genus and species—to identify each distinct organism. Modern systems use several groupings to organize the genera (from the broadest grouping down to the most specific grouping): domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus/


The Growing Semantic Web Dr. Mark Greaves Vulcan Inc. © 2009 Vulcan Inc.

cannot process most of the information stored on web pages 10 What is RDF? RDF defines entities and relations for an area of knowledge –Assertions are triples of (resource, property, resource) or (resource, property, value) –Assertions are precise enough to be interpreted set-theoretically by machines –Graphically represented as a directed concept graph with typed links –Simple RDF semantics enables reuse of domain knowledge via class hierarchies RDF/


ASTR 330: The Solar System Announcements Dr Conor Nixon Fall 2006 Extra credit papers due today, Tuesday December 5th. Warning about this class. Pairs.

are the two major traits of life? 6.What are the earliest records on life on Earth? 7.What other methods can we use, other than fossils, to trace the evolution of life on Earth? ASTR 330: The Solar System Quiz-Summary Dr Conor Nixon Fall 2006 8.What are (I) the three domains of living things (ii) the ‘last common ancestor’. What was the LCA probably like? 9.What was the oxidation state of the early Earth’s/


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