Ppt on plants for grade 2

Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? 1,000,000 5th Grade Geography 5th Grade History 4th Grade Geography 4th Grade History 3rd Grade Geography 3rd Grade.

2,000 1,000 5th Grade Geography Question What city and country was Christopher Columbus born? 5th Grade Geography Answer Genoa, Italy Return 5th Grade History Question Were the Native Americans affected positively or negatively by Columbus’ discovery of them and their land? EXPLAIN. 5th Grade History Answer They were affected negatively for/ of people, plants, animals, and diseases between Europe and the Americas. [Examples will vary] The Columbian Exchange was the movement of people, plants, animals, and/


Nursery Production 2 Commercial Plant Production.

between trees good till 2 ½ inch caliper. Then harvest every other tree… 12 feet between trees good till 4 – 5 inch caliper. 10 foot rows Production vs. Specimen Nurseries Production: plant at a closer spacing. Grow more plants. Sell a smaller grade plant. Poorer quality? Production vs. Specimen Nurseries Specimen: plant a a wider spacing. Grow fewer plants. Sell a larger grade plant. Better quality? Planting Designs for Shrubs, Trees and/


Question of the Day Unit 7 - Environment 3rd Grade.

this statement with an appropriate word. 3rd Grade Complete this statement with an appropriate word. Smoke can pollute air/. Tell what effect each cause might bring about. 3rd Grade Tell what effect each cause might bring about. Cause: /Grade List 3 natural disasters that could change the environment for plants and animals. Label the following at true or false. 3rd Grade/Grade Write three things that could cause the extinction of a plant or animal. How could “clearing” a forest hurt an animal? 3rd Grade/


The Mysteries of Biomes Explored

Grade Objectives Students should name and compare the six major biomes of the earth. Students should be able to list at least 2-3 types of plants/plants and animals. If we don’t preserve and respect each biome, the plants/plants are found here? Algae Water moss Plant/plants are found here? Algae Coral/plants/many plants and/a plant or/plants/plants/ plants /plants can grow, but during the dormant season, plants/ plants /plants are found in the arctic tundra? Reindeer moss Lichen Flowers What plants/2-3 animals and plants/


Classifying Animals 3 rd Grade Webquest By Kyle Sauer.

contrast the animals you have chosen. Present an oral report about your animals to the class. The Process Step 1 & 2  You will be paired with a partner.  You will become scientists and will be in charge of researching and classifying/ Plant --http://www.kidsplanet.org/ Evaluation You will be graded on: Using your time wisely while in groups Completion of the worksheet and Venn diagram. Completion of animal report worksheet. Oral presentation to your classmates.: Presenters speak clearly and loud enough for/


Are YOU Smarter Than A 7 th Grader. Choose A Grade Grade Grade 7 economic issues Grade Grade 6 Physical features Grade 5 economic issues Grade Grade 4.

Nile River Choose A Grade Grade 2 answer C, Planting trees Choose A Grade Grade 1 answer C, The Sahara dessert Choose A Grade Grade 7 A, Red Sea Choose A Grade Grade 6 B, lake Victoria Choose A Grade Grade 5 A, the Nile River Choose A Grade Grade 4 B, just south of the Sahara Choose A Grade Grade 3 B, the Nile River Choose A Grade Grade 2 C, South Africa Choose A Grade Grade 1 C, Kalahari/


Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? 1,000,000 5th Grade Topic 1 5th Grade Topic 2 4th Grade Topic 3 4th Grade Topic 4 3rd Grade Topic 5 3rd Grade Topic.

Grade Topic 2 4th Grade Topic 3 4th Grade Topic 4 3rd Grade Topic 5 3rd Grade Topic 6 2nd Grade Topic 7 2nd Grade Topic 8 1st Grade Topic 9 1st Grade Topic 10 500,000 300,000 175,000 100,000 50,000 25,000 10,000 5,000 2,000 1,000 5th Grade Topic 1 Question / James has decided to investigate whether the number of flowers on a plant/


Grade 9 Academic Science – Unit Ecosystems The following is a set up “Flip Card” to help learn the definitions of the ecosystem unit.

plants, algae and some bacteria are autotrophs. Grade 9 Academic Science – Unit Ecosystems Heterotroph Grade 9 Academic Science – Unit Ecosystems An organism that cannot synthesize its own food and is dependent on complex organic substances for nutrition. Consumers are heterotrophs Grade 9 Academic Science – Unit Ecosystems Sustainability Grade/dioxide, water and energy 6O 2 + C 6 H 12 O 6 = 6CO 2 + 6H 2 O + energy Grade 9 Academic Science – Unit Ecosystems Producer Grade 9 Academic Science – Unit Ecosystems/


Welcome! 6 th Grade Parent Night Mr. Heisler General Science.

th Grade Parent/scientific findings impact technology and society? Units of Study Plants and the Environment Textbook: From Bacteria to Plants Enduring Understanding: Students will understand that plants interact with the environment and have structures and processes that/ the loop Commitment Authentic Science learning for every student Professionalism High expectations Student-centered goals What I Expect From You Partnership Your share of the loop School 2.0 ◦ Student responsibility ◦ Student /


Plants “Flowers” 6 th Grade Science 4 th Quarter 6.L.1 6 th Grade Science 4 th Quarter 6.L.1.

Grade Science 4 th Quarter 6.L.1 The Plant Kingdom This kingdom has organisms that are multi-cellular, have cell walls and chlorophyll, produce their own food, and don’t physically move from one place to another. Plants/The seed coat falls off. The seed leaves provide food for the plant. Two small leaves begin to grow from between the /plants are capable of surviving unfavorable environmental conditions. Seed Reproduction 3 3 1. Immature plant 2. Cotyledon(s) 3. Seed coat 4. Endosperm Seed Dispersal Plants/


TUES 10/14 wk-1 OBJECTIVE: 6/7 TOPIC – human populations DO NOW :  daily grade: -4.1 OBJ/VOC WRAP UP :  DW: -4.2 POGIL & 4.2 READ/cornell notes  EXT:

/7 TOPIC – human populations DO NOW :  daily grade: -4.1 OBJ/VOC WRAP UP :  DW: -4.2 POGIL & 4.2 READ/cornell notes  EXT: -due: -  4.1/4.2 OBJ QUIZ – tues 10/21 -COMPARE density-independent / density-dependent factors AGENDA -FAST PLANTS- HAIRY/NON-HAIRY -4.2 POGIL -ind / abiotic -de / biotic  HANDOUTS: -4.2 POGIL -4.2 READ -4.2 cornell notes  COMPLETE / TURN IN: -science notebooks/


Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? 1,000,000 5th Grade Topic 1 5th Grade Topic 2 4th Grade Topic 3 4th Grade Topic 4 3rd Grade Topic 5 3rd Grade Topic.

The struggle of several animals for the same resources is called / A. adaptations / B. competition / C. photosynthesis / D. population 5th Grade Topic 2 Answer / B. competition Return 4th Grade Topic 3 Question / Organisms at/Grade Topic 9 Answer / D food web Return 1st Grade Topic 10 Question / Carnivores eat / A. other animals / B. plants / C. plants and animals / D. rotting plants and animals / Carnivores eat / A. other animals / B. plants / C. plants and animals / D. rotting plants and animals 1st Grade/


IPMIST Li Zhihong Zhou Qifang Shen Zuorui Wang Huimin China Agricultural University A Preliminary Study on Animal and Plant Quarantine Remote Education.

regulations. Promoting the development of APQ, Improve agricultural education standard. 1.2 Purpose IPMIST 2.1 Definition of APQRES  APQRES is a Remote Education System of Animal and Plant Quarantine with the functions of online learning, examination and information enquiry of / IDint 4Y IPMIST  Based on test question database and grade database, to manage test questions and release the test grades. Course testing IPMIST Test question database structure Field nameTypeSizeKey Questiontext16N/


Introduction to ROOTS & LEAVES 5 th Grade. How do roots help a plant survive? 1) They hold them in the ground  anchor them Help keep plants from getting.

Grade How do roots help a plant survive? 1) They hold them in the ground  anchor them Help keep plants from getting moved by wind and running water How do roots help a plant survive? 2) They draw up water and minerals from the soil How do roots help a plant survive? 3) store food for the plant/ are in layers of the epidermis Chloroplasts: the green “food factories” of the plant. What do chloroplasts need to make food? 1) Sunlight 2) Water 3) Minerals 4) Carbon dioxide How does the air get into the /


Mrs. Dick’s Second Grade Class 2007-08. Emperor Penguin Penguin are birds that cannot fly. The Emperor penguin is the largest penguin. Chiamaka Amadi.

also climb trees. Cubs stay with the mother for about one year. …………….. Hallie Ward Mrs. Dick’s Second Grade Class 2007-08 Ankylosaurus By Chiamaka Amadi Ankylosaurus is a dinosaur that has armor. It ate plants. Stegosaurus By Megan Bell Stegosaurus had a toothless/on the end of its flexible tail. oIt was a plant eater. Pterodactyl By Michael Torbert Pterodactyl are flying reptiles. They are meat eaters. The first pterodactyl skull was found on May 2,1876, in Smoky Hill River. Tyrannosaurus Rex By Ben Trego/


Dinosaurs: Facts about Meat-Eaters and Plant-Eaters Internet Search Tutorial Miss Limp’s 1 st Grade Class.

Dinosaurs: Facts about Meat-Eaters and Plant-Eaters Internet Search Tutorial Miss Limp’s 1 st Grade Class We are going to search the internet/web page will open up. The web page will look like this Step 5 We are going to search for meat- eating dinosaurs. Find the search bar on the web page. It will look like this Type in /down the name of the website. You will also need to write down the web address. Since we used 2 pages, you need to cite both pages. Step 10 After you have both of these items written down, /


Sheryl Searcy Ninth Grade Center  2012 CONES & FLOWERS Reproduction in Seed Plants Chapter 24.

Grade Center  2012 Cycle of Angiosperms Sheryl Searcy Ninth Grade Center  2012 SEED DEVELOPMENT & GERMINATION Section 24-2 Sheryl Searcy Ninth Grade /plant embryo. Sheryl Searcy Ninth Grade Center  2012 GROWTH RESPONSE IN PLANTS Sheryl Searcy Ninth Grade Center  2012 Tropism  A directional growth movement made by a part of a stationary plant response to unilateral stimulus. Sheryl Searcy Ninth Grade Center  2012 Graviotropism/Geotropism  Importance: –Provide firm anchorage for roots. –Ensure the plant/


Transport in Plants. Title: Transport in Plants Lesson objective: 1.Can I explain the role of vascular tissue? Grade C/B 2.Can I describe the distribution.

The potometer Title: Transpiration Lesson objective: 1.Can I describe the factors that affect the rate of transpiration? Grade C 2.Can I explain how plants reduce water loss? Grade B/A Starter: Exam question…. Transpiration stream… Useful to plant: Water is needed in leaves for photosynthesis Water is needed for cells to grow and elongate Keeps cells turgid Flow of water carries useful minerals Evaporation keeps/


Welcome to First Grade Curriculum Night! “Reach every child, every day, every way.”

geometry 2-D geometry Data analysis Data analysis Measurement Measurement Patterns and functions Patterns and functions 3-D geometry 3-D geometry Golfe Writing What is Writing in First Grade? Launching the Writing Workshop Launching the Writing Workshop Small Moments/Personal Narrative Writing Small Moments/Personal Narrative Writing Writing for Readers: Teaching Skills and Strategies Writing for Readers: Teaching Skills and Strategies The Craft/


2 nd 6 Weeks District Test Review PowerPoint by: K. Pease 7 th grade science, Plummer Middle School.

2 nd 6 Weeks District Test Review PowerPoint by: K. Pease 7 th grade science, Plummer Middle School How is vegetation or plant life affected during droughts? It will wilt from lack of water, then it will die Describe how /of water wells affect the groundwater and surface water in a watershed region? Groundwater is and will continue to be a major source of water for Texas. However, in many parts of the state, more groundwater is being used than is being replenished through natural means. If this practice/


Plants “Flowers” 6 th Grade Science 4 th Quarter 6.L.1 6 th Grade Science 4 th Quarter 6.L.1.

Grade Science 4 th Quarter 6.L.1 The Plant Kingdom This kingdom has organisms that are multi-cellular, have cell walls and chlorophyll, produce their own food, and don’t physically move from one place to another. Plants/The seed coat falls off. The seed leaves provide food for the plant. Two small leaves begin to grow from between the /plants are capable of surviving unfavorable environmental conditions. Seed Reproduction 3 3 1. Immature plant 2. Cotyledon(s) 3. Seed coat 4. Endosperm Seed Dispersal Plants/


Question of the Day Unit 4 – Rocks and Soil 3rd Grade.

part is the crust. What are some possible causes for the three effects. 3rd Grade 1. The River Muddy: 2. Ground Shakes: 3. Darkness at Noon: Which things are natural( occur in nature) and which things are made by Humans? 3rd Grade  Statue of Liberty  Rocky Mountains  Old /sentences carefully. Identify which sentence has the science word used correctly. 3rd Grade 1. A FOSSIL of a plant is made of the same thing as the plant; it’s just very old. 2. You turn the hot and cold water on and off using the /


LIFE CYCLE OF A PLANT How things live, grow, and die 2 nd grade Science.

LIFE CYCLE OF A PLANT How things live, grow, and die 2 nd grade Science A plants life cycle starts with a seed Inside of every new seed there is a plant Inside of every new seed there is a plant The outside of a seed is called the “seed coating” The/food E. grows around seeds for protection F. grow into new plants G. a powder which makes seeds grow inside a flower H. Shows how a living thing grows, lives, and dies Identification Draw each of the following parts of a plant Leaves Leaves Roots Roots Flower /


Photosynthesis Photosynthesis Grade 7 Science Mr. Genovese Grade 7 Science Mr. Genovese.

Photosynthesis Photosynthesis Grade 7 Science Mr. Genovese Grade 7 Science Mr. Genovese What is photosynthesis? Process plants use to make their own food Plants’ leaves contain chlorophyll Chlorophyll (green color) makes photosynthesis possible Autotrophs  Heterotrophs Food Chain The chlorophyll absorbs the sunlight. The sunlight is combined with water, Carbon Dioxide and nutrients from the soil. CO 2 Photosynthesis Stomata on the underside of plant leaves take in/


Main Parts of a Flowering Plant 2 nd Grade By: Christina Mitchell IRED 320.

roots Try Again!!! Good Job!!!!! Stems  Provide support for other parts Stems  Transport food to other parts Click on my stem Try Again !!! Good Job!!!!! Leaves  Take in sunlight to make food Click on my leaves Try Again!!! Good Job!!! Flowers  Make seeds Click on my flower Try Again!!! Good Job!!! Grade-Level Expectations (Grade 2)  Life Science  Describe structures of plants(LS-E-A3)


Living Things Plants and Animals Grade 3 Mrs. Mullins.

seed to blooms to seed chlorophyll Chlorophyll is a green pigment found in all plants, algae, and cyanobacteria. Chlorophyll is the molecule that absorbs sunlight and uses its energy to synthesize carbohydrates from CO2 and water Plants use chlorophyll to trap light needed for photosynthesis photosynthesis the process a plant uses to combine sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide to produce oxygen and sugar (energy/


4/8 & 4/9 - 7 th Grade Agenda Payday Collection Signed Grade Printout Collect HW: Reading & Notetaking p.183 – 185 Rock Lab Video: Plant Reproduction Textbook.

Lab Video: Plant Reproduction Textbook Reading 381 – 385 HW: Reading & Notetaking p.186 – 187 Reminder: Scholar’s Application due by April 30th Reminder: bring a large flower for a lab on 4/13 & 4/14 (5 Points) 8 th Grade Scholars Application for Next Year Available/Q: What is a plant that produce seeds that are enclosed in a fruit called? A: Angiosperm What is the reproductive structure of angiosperms? Flower What are the two characteristics of angiosperms? 1. Produce Flowers 2. Produce Fruits Structure of /


Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? 1,000,000 5th Grade Vegetation 5th Grade Natural Resources 4th Grade Landforms 4th Grade Agriculture 3rd Grade Transportation.

Grade Vegetation 5th Grade Natural Resources 4th Grade Landforms 4th Grade Agriculture 3rd Grade Transportation 3rd Grade Natural Resources 2nd Grade Landforms 2nd Grade Great Lakes 1st Grade Government 1st Grade Climate 500,000 300,000 175,000 100,000 50,000 25,000 10,000 5,000 2,000 1,000 5th Grade Vegetation Question / What are the four major kinds of plant/Grade Transportation Answer / The St. Lawrence Seaway Return 3rd Grade /. False 2nd Grade Landforms Answer / True Return 2nd Grade Great Lakes Question/


Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? 1,000,000 5th Grade Topic 1 5th Grade Topic 2 4th Grade Topic 3 4th Grade Topic 4 3rd Grade Topic 5 3rd Grade Topic.

Grade Topic 1 5th Grade Topic 2 4th Grade Topic 3 4th Grade Topic 4 3rd Grade Topic 5 3rd Grade Topic 6 2nd Grade Topic 7 2nd Grade Topic 8 1st Grade Topic 9 1st Grade Topic 10 500,000 300,000 175,000 100,000 50,000 25,000 10,000 5,000 2,000 1,000 5th Grade/ rocks and are asked to group them according to their properties. These students are… 3rd Grade Topic 6 Answer / Classifying 2nd Grade Topic 7 Question / “ The older a bean plant gets, the taller it gets.” / “The longer a helicopters rotor is, the longer /


Introduction to Agriculture. Requirements & Other Info. 1 year (36 weeks) 2 credits Grades 9-11 First class the Agriculture Department Offers. Provides.

operate equipment safety and maintain and repair gas engines. Agriculture Science Requirements & Other Info. 1 year. 2 credits Grade 10-12 Science Elective Must complete and pass Into to Ag Major units of instruction include advanced plant and soil science, advanced animal sciences and skills necessary for maintaining and repairing equipment and/or facilities. Agriculture Youth Leadership Requirements & Other Info. 1 semester 1 credit/


Resources Grade 2 SOL- 2.8 Created by; Kim Smith.

Grade 2 SOL- 2.8 Created by; Kim Smith What do plants produce that every living thing needs to survive ? 12345 A.Water, food B.Oxygen, food C.Soil, nutrients 25 Can you grow any plant anywhere? 12345 A.Yes B.No 25 What type of plants would grow in the desert ? 12345 A.Cactus B.Corn C.Rice What type of plant/ 25 Plants have many different uses. 12345 A.True B.False 25 Plants produce materials for clothing such as_______. 12345 A.Cotton, rubber B.Oils, lumber C.Spices, paper 25 Plants produce materials/


1.1C T HE CELL IS THE BASIC UNIT OF LIVING THINGS Miss Curd 7 th Grade Science.

THINGS Miss Curd 7 th Grade Science A NSWER THE FOLLOWING / needs and characteristics Unicellular: one cell carries out all of the activities for life Multicellular: cells are specialized to do different jobs T HE IMPORTANCE /Cell Theory 1. Every living thing is made of one or more cells 2. Cells carry out the functions needed to support life 3. Cells come/theory? O THER I MPORTANT S CIENTISTS Matthais Schleiden concluded that all plants are made of cells Theodor Schwann concluded that all animals are made of/


B3 Active Transport Mrs S Carpenter.

1) Which one has the steepest gradient? 2) Which one moves up a gradient and which moves down a gradient? moving down a concentration gradient Which way will the particles move? What does the phrase active transport mean? Look for clues in the words above. Write a definition Can you think of any places in plants and animals where this may occur? Produce/


Native Plants vs. Invasive Species AKA Noxious Weeds!

- Native/invasive species inventory and mapping…prevention Week Four- Weed control and community involvement. 5th GRADE TIMELINE Week 1-Access prior knowledge/Give background information Week 2- Collect plant species in the area and observe Week 3- Identify native or invasive plants Week 4- Come up with ideas for solution to invasive species in the area that they can complete. MATERIALS Packing tape of lamination/


St. Paul Lutheran.

Grade Body 5th Grade Cell Parts 175,000 100,000 4th Grade Cell Parts 4th Grade Levels 50,000 3rd Grade Cells 3rd Grade Cell Parts 25,000 10,000 2nd Grade Levels 2nd Grade Cell Parts 5,000 2,000 1st Grade Organs 1st Grade Cell Parts 1,000 5th Grade/signals can travel very fast. Return Return 3rd Grade Cell Parts Question Which cell part from the list below produces energy for the plant and animal cell? nucleus cytoplasm chloroplast mitochondria 3rd Grade Cell Parts Answer The mitochondria produces the energy /


Are You Smarter Than a 3 rd Grader? 1,000,000 3 rd Grade Math 3 rd Grade Language Arts 3 rd Grade Geography 3 rd Grade Earth Science 2 nd Grade Science.

is a Hinge Joint. 2 nd Grade Health Answer / False Hinge Joints are places in the human skeleton where the ends of bones meet and rotate, like an elbow. / False Hinge Joints are places in the human skeleton where the ends of bones meet and rotate, like an elbow. Return 1 st Grade Life Science / Which part of the plant makes the food? a/ oranges. If each bag has 12 oranges, then how many oranges are there altogether? 1,000,000 Answer / 48 oranges 12*4= 48 / 48 oranges 12*4= 48 Return Thanks for Playing!


A six-year old learning about seed growth to plants.

3rd grade student about seed growth A concept map drawn from Wynne’s interview with 3rd grader Wynne interviewing a 4th grader about seeds Concept map drawn from Wynne’s interview with 4th grader Wynne interviewing 4th grader about requirements for growth Some ideas the children are not ready to learn: 1. Photosynthesis requires carbon dioxide, water, and light energy. 2.Growth of plants/


Tropical Rainforest Mr. Hardt’s Science Class 8 th Grade Level.

Grade Level What Is A Tropical Rainforest? The tropical rain forest is a forest of tall trees in a region of year-round warmth. Rain forests belong to the tropical wet climate group. Rainforests now cover less than 6% of Earth’s land surface Scientists estimate that more than half of all the world’s plants/ plants, such as aspirin, heart disease treatment and painkillers. Things You Can Do To Save The Rainforest 1) Use less paper 2) Use less gasoline and plastic 3) Eat less red meat 4) Fundraise for the/


Plants and Fungi: Ecosystem Essentials Biology 2410 Utah State University.

Store energy as starch Cellulose cell walls Essential - most extant organisms require oxygen for metabolism Building Blocks Of Starch Plants: additional contributions Food Soil stability Soil creation Protection Shade www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/ plants/plantae.html Plant Diversity Green algae Mosses Liverworts Ferns Gymnosperms Flowering plants Fungi – closer to animals than plants Obtain nutrients via external digestion of complex carbon compounds Not photosynthetic, not motile Use/


Chapter 8 - Plants Ms. Van Sciver’s Grade 7.

Grade 7 Plants Autotrophs – make their own food Multicellular Eukaryotes – have a nucleus Cells surrounded by cell walls. Plant Origins Land Adaptations Support Rigid cell walls Vascular tissue Reproduction Gametophyte – Reproductive cells Sporophyte – Spores Zygote – fertilized egg Obtaining Water Non vascular – must contact water Vascular – tubes for water transport Retaining Water Cuticle Transporting Materials Non-vascular – diffusion/osmosis Vascular – tubelike tissue Plant Life Cycle Seedless Plants/2 /


THE BENT WILLOW POLE METHOD. BIOENGINEERING: The use of living plant materials to stabilize streambanks Most bioengineering gives Mother Nature a jump.

to grow in some areas (UP BANK) where naturally it might be too dry for vigorous willow growth Mini case study: 1 of 25 Unique willow pole transportation Mini case study: 2 of 25 This method invented by John McCullah! From: www.E-SenSS.com Self/ Stone can be used in this application Riprap can also be soil choked, seeded, planted Mini case study: 3 of 25 LPSTP weighted toe with paved midbank– Upper bank sloped & vegetated Grade the bank to the appropriate angle Mini case study: 4 of 25 Locked Logs (not/


An Active River Beth Roland Eighth Grade Science Jacobs Fork Middle The Birth of a River Beth Roland Eight Grade Science Jacobs Fork Middle School.

Grade Science Jacobs Fork Middle School It starts with a single drop! Individual drops of water are drawn together by the process of cohesion. The chemical composition of water (2/many purposes to wildlife, humans, and Flora (plant life), –Habitat –Necessity of Life –Food Web –Recreation –Energy (Hydrologic Plants) –Transportation Characteristics of a River Channel~ A/River In the early 1900’s William Morris Davis developed a model for the stages of river development Youthful River~ erodes the channel wider, /


Science SOL Review 5th Grade.

Science SOL Review 5th Grade 5.2 Force, Motion, and Energy - /(air) and dissolved solids (salts, especially sodium chloride). Marine organisms are dependent on dissolved gases for survival. The salinity of ocean water varies in some places depending on rates of evaporation and amount /due to salinity and temperature differences). Ocean currents affect the mixing of ocean waters. This can affect plant and animal populations. Currents also affect navigation routes. Tides are caused by the gravitational pull of /


Plant Taxonomy Common Names?. Plant Taxonomy Common Names?

ICBN Plant Taxonomy Carolus Linnaeus 18th C 1. Phylogenetic Hierarchy 2. Binomial/Plant Collections Requirements for each Team: Ten (10) plants correctly identified, pressed and mounted. An additional 15 plants correctly identified and pressed or correctly identified and photographed (in power point format). This makes a total of 25 plants required at minimum = “C” grade. “A” and “B” Collection grades will be determined by total number of plant specimens and quality of collection. Plant Characteristics Plant/


Biology 206 Jeff YoungJanice Lapsansky. Lab Page Jeffs Page Janices Page A Photographic Atlas for the Biology Laboratory, Van De Graaff and Crawley.

subjective evaluation of your attendance and participation in both lecture and lab. (Students who choose P/F as a grading option must achieve at least 74% to pass.) Extra Credit Course Schedule Weeks ~1-5Weeks ~5-10 Broad /young@biol.wwu.edu x3638 Office: BI412 Arabidopsis thaliana Genome-based study of plant physiology and environmental responses. Office Hours M, W and F 2- 3 pm …by appointment. “ The instructions for assembling every organism on the planet--slugs and sequoias, peacocks and parasites, /


Free Biology Tutoring Not Happy with your grade? Not understanding the material? Remember that the TLCC has.

grade? Not understanding the material? Remember that the TLCC has Parts of the Cell Lecture PowerPoint For CHAPTER 3 Cell Function and Structure Don’t forget about the free tutoring in the TLCC!!!! Stuff you need to be able to answer 1.prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells: similarities and differences? 2/ Many antibiotics attack prokaryote cell walls: more info towards end Some eukaryotes also have a cell wall plants = cellulose fungi = chitin protist: may or may not have wall animal: no cell wall The/


How are leaves alike and different?

Grade Lesson Donna Knott Objectives Collect and compare different types of leaves. Discuss how leaves how leaves are alike and different. Procedures 1) Collect different kinds of leaves and obtain a ruler. 2/characteristics? 5)Summarize how your leaves vary. Press Plants Invite students to collect parts of plants, such as leaves and flowers. CAUTION: Stress collecting fallen plant parts only. Do not allow students to pick /For example, ask how the thickness of the paint affected the quality of the picture.


Habitats of North America Kierra Jamerson.  Content Area: Science  Grade Level: 2  Summary: The purpose of this instructional PowerPoint is to have.

Habitats of North America Kierra Jamerson  Content Area: Science  Grade Level: 2  Summary: The purpose of this instructional PowerPoint is to have students understand the many different animal/area of flat land in which the ground is always frozen  Climate: cold, dry long winters  Animals: wolves, polar bears, deer  Plants: moss, shrubs; growing season for plants lasts up to 60 days Games & Videos  Test the students’ knowledge about habitats with the Habitats Game! http://goo.gl/PJ9Qqhttp://goo.gl//


MICROORGANISMS HEAT LIGHT SOUND 6 th Grade Science Review.

th Grade Science Review Microorganisms Microorganisms can only be seen with a microscope. 6 Kingdoms of Life:  Plant /green; autotroph and heterotroph; unicellular; fresh water; flagellum; eye spot. Dinoflagellates – many colors; 2 flagella; unicellular; stiff shell-like plates; salt water. Diatoms – glass-like cell walls; salt/; ice cream, hair conditioners. Brown Algae – cool, rocky water; kelp; eaten for nutrients. Microorganisms – Fungus-like Protists Heterotrophs; cell walls; spores. Water Molds and /


Production Model SAP Best Practices for Chemicals V4.607.

2 General Information SAP Best Practices for Chemicals V4.607 is an upgrade of SAP Best Practices for Chemicals V3.607 with additional scope items and some changes to the existing scope items. Two process industry production models for manufacturing SAP Granulate and SAP color are described. Product Structure for/SAPcolor blue Overview V4.607 Product Substitution by QM Usage Decision Paint, blue (Grade B) YQBM CH-3001 Plant 1000 Batch Production : Filling, Heating, Grinding, Disperging Additive BG99 YQAI CH-/


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