Ppt on water cycle for class 7

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change  biophysical parameters describing continental vegetation stage, surface radiation budget and water cycle  local to global scales  update frequency: 1 day to 12 /class and biodiversity indicator information  land carbon: asses impact of weather and climate variability on terrestrial biospheric carbon fluxes  natural resource monitoring in Africa: environmental monitoring capacity over African countries  global crop monitoring: real-time assessment and yield forecasts 8th -9th October 2009 7/

Hey class! Today we are going to pretend that we are all a tiny drop of water. We will explore the water cycle and answer some key questions. Where.

Game Step 7: You and your partner will present your PowerPoint presentation once the whole class has finished this project. Now that you have completed all the tasks, you are all more aware of where the water we use everyday comes from. But don’t let your learning stop here! Continue to learn and explore the water cycle and the uses we have for water. Here are/

How are the molecules in hot and cold water different? Describe how molecules look & act in cold water. In hot water.

: Properties & Structure of Matter States of Matter Application Click arrow to Read Along Viscosity – Viscosity ExplorerViscosity Explorer Test different liquids, using the same temperature for both liquids. (You can change the temp., just change both of them to the same thing.) Quiz Game : Water Cycle : Water Cycle Quiz #1 Quiz Game : Water Cycle : Water Cycle Quiz #2 Quiz Game : Water Cycle : Where Does Water Go? http://kids.earth.nasa.gov/datwc.html

Worms Ch.7 – Marine Bio Book Ch.36 – Biology Book Developed by Dave Werner MATES.

, fresh water, & in moist terrestrial habitats, a few are parasitic Parisitic Video Clip Parisitic Video Clip Parisitic Video Clip Parisitic Video Clip 2. Class Trematoda, or flukes, all parasitic, have complex life cycles specialized for parasitism in/jaws Proboscis w/ jaws Parapodia – flattened extensions Parapodia – flattened extensions Setae – bristles (Fig. 7.15) Setae – bristles (Fig. 7.15) Closed Circulatory System Closed Circulatory System Gills w/ capilaries on parapodia & body allow respiratory /


40 AM IN CLASS ON 19 NOVEMBER 2014 –NOTHING CLINICAL AND NOTHING RELATING TO PATHOLOGY NO DEFICIENCIES OR TOXICITIES Final exam-120 multiple choice-120 marks from vitamins to end of course -4 short answer questions-15 points each for a total / Chapter 7, 12, 14, 15,16 in Understanding Normal and Clinical Nutrition by Rolfes et al. Lectures 10ab- 14 November 2013 Outline Water -role in metabolism -role in metabolic regulation Outline of lectures 10ab Nutrition metabolism throughout the life cycle Pregnancy /

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slide 7 Analytical Approach – Economic Feasibility Use “lowest life cycle cost” code compliant home for each heating zone as “base case,” independent of space conditioning system type and including lighting and water heating. Use “lowest life cycle cost” code compliant home for each heating/5/SEER 14 Floor R33 - R44 Heat Pump HSPF 9.0/SEER 14 Wall R21 Adv Window Class 30 - Class 25 slide 11 slide 10 Life Cycle Cost – Input Assumptions Mortgage Rate and Term (Based on 1985 – 2007 data) Mortgage Rate and/

The Cycle STAIR CEP 811 Educational Technology Mrs. Territo Click here to start.

K-7 Standard E.ES: Develop an understanding of the warming of the Earth by the sun as the major source of energy for phenomenon on Earth and how the sun’s warming relates to weather, climate, seasons, and the water cycle. Understand/fuels, fresh water, farmland, and forests). Objective: To learn the stages of the water cycle. Click here to continue Introduction This STAIR is designed for Mrs. Territo’s imaginary 3 rd grade class. This STAIR is designed for Mrs. Territo’s imaginary 3 rd grade class. You are/

OBJECTIVES Summarize the steps of the water cycle in a diagram. Explain how carbon and oxygen are cycled through an ecosystem. Describe why nitrogen must.

by next class. Complete the cycles handout. This is also due next class. CYCLES Just as /CYCLE NITROGEN CYCLE: ON YOUR HANDOUTS, LABEL THE PARTS OF THE CYCLE. NITROGEN CYCLE NITROGEN CYCLE: MACRO PERSPECTIVE Ammonification Nitrogen fixation Nitrification Denitrification Assimilation CARBON AND OXYGEN CYCLES Carbon and oxygen are critical for life on Earth, and their cycles are tied closely together. Just as with water, these are both cycled/affected? A. organism 3 B. organism 7 C. organism 8 D. organism 9/

SCIENCE 2015-16 Project Overviews for each Year Group and Longitudinal Studies.

32 pages. Ages 7 - 11 Wilson, Karma/for different audiences YEAR 3 SCHOOL MATTERS-STATES OF MATTER -SUMMER 1 Scientific Language and speaking and listening Change, state, matter solid, liquid gas evaporate, evaporation, transpiration condense, condensation heat, heated, heating, boiling cool, cooled, cooling freezing, freeze temperature, thermometer degrees, Celsius dry, drying materials, substances, compounds water, chocolate, butter metal, oxygen water cycle/, Kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, /

Class Scyphozoa “true” jellyfish medusa & polyp body forms thick mesoglea.

which live inside its body tissues. Rhizostoma octopus Class Cubozoa: Sea wasps and box jellyfish About /cilia for locomotion. Macrocilia Life Cycle egg sperm Hermaphroditic adults release gametes. Gametes fuse in open water. /Pelagic cydippid larva. Feeding Feed with specialized cells called colloblasts or lasso cells. A few species have cnidocytes. Colloblasts on ctenophore tentacles Figure 9.6 page 277 colloblasts Figure 9.7/


IR. MD. WAHID BIN MOHD NOR DIRECTOR WATER AUDIT DIVISION SEPTEMBER 2012 CONTENT 1. Introduction - Key National Statistics (Water) - Facts About Water - Water Regulatory Agency 2. Water Cycle 3. Objective, Scope & Methodology 4. Line Of Inquiry 5. Audit Finding & Issues 6. Lesson Learn, Impact To The Public 7. Way Forward Climate Change KEY NATIONAL STATISTICS (WATER) - 2010 Raw Water Source : Mainly Surface Water with minor groundwater Design Capacity : 16,771/

Water Cycle Presented by Darlene Devendorf OCMBOCES Science Center Graphic: (Texas A&M Univ)

state --- leading to: The Suns energy drives the evaporation part of the water cycle. Temperature: measures the amount of energy, at room temp. there is a level of energy as measured by the temperature. Each team of students: (Pair – square?) 2 thermometers 2 plain tumblers Masking tape (for labeling) For class: Room temperature water Light source Place one in lighted place. Place one in dark(er/

Areas of Focus within The Ecology: Abiotic Factors Unit Abiotic Factors, Biotic Factors, The Big 7 Abiotic Factors, Organisms Range of Tolerance, Light,

Water Dispersal, McArthur- Wilson Island Biogeography Theory, Animal Seed Dispersal, Fire Ecology, Fire Dependence, Biogeochemical Cycles, Water Cycle, Carbon Cycle, Photosynthesis, Cellular Respiration, Oxygen-Carbon Dioxide Balance, Nitrogen Cycle, Phosphorus Cycle/ watch it again at the end of class to see if we understand any of / Abiotic Factors, Biotic Factors, The Big 7 Abiotic Factors, Organisms Range of Tolerance, Light/.com/Ecology_Abiotic_Factors_Unit.html Thank you for your time and interest in /

Class Nematoda - The Roundworms

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Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display. 1 Chapter 10 Catabolism: Energy Release and Conservation.

Permission required for reproduction or /Cycle Step 7: Water is added to fumarate which rearranges its chemical bonds to form malate Step 7: Water is added to fumarate which rearranges its chemical bonds to form malate ..Steps in Kreb Cycle/classes/bios/bios100/l ecturesf04am/lect12.htm http://www.uic.edu/classes/bios/bios100/l ecturesf04am/lect12.htm http://www.uic.edu/classes/bios/bios100/l ecturesf04am/lect12.htm http://www.uic.edu/classes/bios/bios100/l ecturesf04am/lect12.htm http://www.uic.edu/classes/

Water: Resources and Water Pollution

Escherischia coli = E. coli) normally live in intestinal tract of animals indicators of fecal contamination if present in water 0 bacteria/100ml water for drinking - WHO recommendation 200 bacteria/100ml water for swimming - EPA recommendation viruses infectious hepatitis parasites protozoans (Giardia) worms (Schistosomiasis) Schistosomiasis occurrence Giardia Classes of Water Pollution 2. Oxygen-demanding wastes wastes that decompose (organic) by oxygen requiring (aerobic) bacteria the bacteria thus reduce/


7, 12, 14, 15,16 in Understanding Normal and Clinical Nutrition by Rolfes et al. Lecture 10- 14 November 2013 Outline Water -role in metabolism -role in metabolic regulation Outline of lecture 10 Nutrition metabolism throughout the life cycle/processes) -solvent (provides medium for reactions) -regulation of body temperature -maintains blood volume Water -class exercise -explain each role in metabolic regulation Break Nutrition metabolism throughout the life cycle Pregnancy and Lactation Pregnancy foetal /

Review for Plants Test Test Date: Friday, Feb. 8 th All Core Classes.

for Plants Test Test Date: Friday, Feb. 8 th All Core Classes Study Guide 1.The part of the plant that takes in water/10. Plants need ____________, sunlight, and carbon dioxide to carry out photosynthesis. Study Guide 7.There are many shapes of leaves. 8. Deciduous trees shed their leaves each year. 9/ down glucose to release stored energy. 14.During transpiration, plants release water vapor through their leaves. 15. Transpiration is part of the water cycle. Study Guide What part of the plant is shown? 16. 17/

Introduction to New High Power High Dose Class IV Laser Therapy

Classes 1, 2, 3A, 3B, and 4. As the class number increases, the maximum allowed power output also increases. Consequently, for class 3b and class/: Low melanin, low water, low hemoglobin absorption thus an optimal wavelength to choose when designing a therapy laser for stimulating tissue at greater /CYCLE (2) MPTD(3) JPM(4) CPW(5) WARRANTY TMA - Diowave 60 60 100 60 w 3600 $834 3 yr TMA - Diowave 30 30 30 w 1800 $1,167 TMA - Diowave 15 15 15 w 900 $1,600 TMA - Diowave 10 10 10 w 600 $1,500 Litecure 15 7.5 7/

Easi-Sterilise Information session for Clinicians

to the inactivation of a test organism Class 6: emulating indicators designed to react to all critical parameters for cycle verification (Optional) commonly used in steam/ is maintained. Routine biological testing is not mandatory for steam sterilisers if process is validated 5.7 Leak Rate (Vacuum) Test To verify that air/ Drain, floor of steriliser, door seal, Clean chamber Replace air filter clean water chambers Validation Documentation Important to document all the procedures! pre-cleaning cleaning drying /

Ectoparasites. The Arthropods Phylum Arthropoda Class Insecta Class Arachnida Class Pentastomida.

water Still water 6 – 7 days to complete life 6 – 7 /cycle are often found within the hair follicle and sebaceous glands. The mite causes nodular lesions in the skin usually around the neck and shoulders. The mite causes nodular lesions in the skin usually around the neck and shoulders. Chigger Mites Chigger mites (redbugs) make up a large group of species which occasionally cause problems for/Wounds Repellents Summer Stable fly Major insecticide classes Class Example Notes Botanicals Pyrethrin family Ear /

Lesson 5: The Dead Zone Chemical Oceanography. Last class we learned about the carbon cycle What is a biogeochemical cycle? What are the primary components.

class we learned about the carbon cycle What is a biogeochemical cycle? What are the primary components of the carbon cycle? Besides carbon, what other cycling elements are important to ocean life? 2 Today we will learn about another element that cycles/ Wastewater treatment Factories Nitrogen is part of the biogeochemical cycle. Human activities like those in the picture cause nitrogen to enter the water. For example: agriculture, industry and water treatment. Let’s see why too much nitrogen reduces/

Ocean Motion 16.

Similar to the Water Cycle b.     Desalination Plants                                                                                       Discussion Question What gases are in ocean water?   Oxygen, carbon dioxide, and /http://vortex. weather. brockport. edu/~sweinbec/class/34_Coriolis http://vortex.weather.brockport.edu/~sweinbec/class/34_Coriolis.html An airplane takes off from the/ right 6.     South of the equator to turn left 7 Much knowledge of surface currents comes from nineteenth-century sailors/

THE AFRICAN SIDE OF THE MEDITERRANEAN BASIN : Vegetation cycles from SPOT4/VGT imagery SPOT4/VGT imagery Silvio Griguolo Istituto Universitario di Architettura.

arid pixels are included in four classes, while the other 10 classes capture differences in the cycles of vegetated pixels location of class 8 Details of final partition: location of class 8, with a double cycle blue in blue: cycle of a pixel in Morocco red in red: average cycle of class 8 Classes 1 and 8 Classes 6 5 9 4 Classes 3 10 2 7 Conclusions  The image is too large/

Science News Signs of Flowing Water on Mars…TODAY! B right new deposits seen in NASA images of two gullies on Mars suggest liquid water carried sediment.

for Final The followings are important areas from each chapter that I will draw my final exam questions from… This is a general guideline only. Do not be surprised if there are few questions not mentioned here… Chapter 7 Earth and the Terrestrial Worlds Internal Structure Atmosphere What makes the Earth hospitable to life? –CO 2 cycle/most important greenhouse gases? 1.Water vapor (not liquid water or ice). 2.CO 2/? Stellar Classification –Spectral Type: OBAFGKM –Luminosity Class: I, II, III, IV, V Star/

A Workshop for CELEST Participants on Designing Effective Instruction

Generate Ideas Consider how technology might facilitate students’ individual generation of ideas before class... The Legacy Cycle Accept and chart all responses. Encourage multiple responses. Page 18 58 The Legacy Cycle Try to link previous subjects/lessons. The Challenges Generate ideas first individually. /m2ºC). Typical heat transfer coefficients: Heat transfer in a stagnant fluid (W/(m2 °C)) h for air: 2 – 23 h for water: 100 - 700 Cooling in water: S=1.7 m2 Cp = 1.16 Whr/kg°C m = 80 kg h = 100 W/m2C/

Ecology.Ecology Ecosystem dynamics involve two processes: energy flow and chemical cycling. We will Quickly follow the flow of energy by grouping species.

Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings The dynamics of energy through ecosystems have important implications for the human population. Copyright © 2002 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings /7-9 slides, student individuals or groups will present: First, understand the topic of the slide by doing your reading Present the slide(s) to the class. Do not make more slides. Nutrients recirculate in ecosystems; three cycles of importance: 1.The carbon cycle. 2.The nitrogen cycle. 3.The water cycle/

The early bird may get the worm… but the second mouse gets the cheese. U6115: Water Monday, July 19 2004.

Outline 1)Class 1: (July 19) Introduction - Water for the world - Lab 1: Global and regional water budgets 2)Class 2: (July 26) Global water issues - Hydrological cycle - Lab 2: Hydrological Forecasts and their Communication to Decision-Makers 3)Class 3: (/7 10 3 0.0001 Atmosphere13 10 3 0.001 Lakes125 10 3 0.01 Groundwater9500 10 3 0.68 Glacial and other land ice (?)29000 10 3 2.05 Oceanic water and sea ice1,370,000 10 3 97.25 Total 1,408,640 10 3 100 Adapted from Berner & Berner (The Global Water Cycle/

Conservation December 3, 2013. Page  2 Announcements  Due next class (12/5) –Technology Paper –Article Log (14 articles)  Alternate HW assignment due.

1400/yr on energy -45% heating and cooling -11% hot water -10% washer/dryer -7% lighting  fluorescent light bulbs  tankless hot water heater (gas vs. electric)  front loading washing machine  /. Conservation, Cheney said, “is not a sufficient basis all by itself, for a sound, comprehensive energy policy.” Moreover, he added, “the government shouldn’/4.How should energy conservation happen? Page  21 Life cycle assessment (LCA)  Broad class of methods that aim to quantify the direct and indirect effects/

Model Conservation Standards and Surcharge Recommendation Economic Analysis for for New Single Family Home Construction April 17, 2009.

not identify any) – Are there non-thermal shell measures (e.g. HVAC equipment, lighting, water heating, appliances) that should be considered for inclusion? – Should the MCS consider carbon mitigation cost risk independent of the incorporating future energy cost into/ Class 30 Class 35 DoorR5R5 Slab R10 Full Under Slab R10 Wall – Ext. Below grade R10R10 slide 45 Zone 1: Life Cycle Cost Minimum HVAC, Lighting & DHW HSPF 7.7 /SEER 13 Heat Pump w/ Interior Ducts & PTCS System Commissioning & Controls HSPF 7.7 /

Lecture 7b- 27 October 2014 Vitamins in metabolism and regulation Most of this lecture taken from Chapters 7,10,11 of Rolfes et al(Understanding Normal.

7,10,11 of Rolfes et al(Understanding Normal and Clinical Nutrition (Nutrition 2104/2105 text) Outline of lectures 7a,b Vitamins Definition of vitamins Overview Bioavailability Precursors Organic nature Solubility Water soluble vitamins Fat soluble vitamins Toxicity Class exercise Outline of lectures 7a,b Water/ CoA TPP participates in Krebs cycle B class-roles in metabolism and regulation / -forms scar tissue(collagen) -forms collagen matrix for bone growth -antioxidant (toxic doses-prooxidant) -thyroxin/

1/29 3rd  Did you study for this test?  Today:  Go over tests  Finish signing up for USA Test Prep  Start practice for the Keystone Exam.

Chloroplst 6.What is the formula for glucose? 1.C 6 H 12 O 6 7.What are the reactants of photosynthesis? 1.Water, carbon dioxide and light energy 8.What are the products? 1.Glucose and oxygen 2/7 ATB  What are the /at end of class) 2/11 ATB  2/11  What is the function of ATP and NADPH in the calvin cycle?  Today:  Finish discussing the light dependent reactions  Go over the Calvin Cycle  Wednesday  Review both cycles. Online assignment  Thursday  Review light dependent rxn / calvin cycle  Friday /

ELEMENTS OF GEOSCIENCES WMA 210 Dr. G.C. Ufoegbune, Dr O.Z. Ojekunle Dept of Water Res. Magt. & Agromet UNAAB. Abeokuta. Ogun State Nigeria

varies between 5 and 70 km)Crust 35 – 6022 – 37 … Uppermost part of mantle 7 35 – 2,89022 – 1,790 Mantle 100 – 20062 – 125 … AsthenosphereAsthenosphere 35 – /terms are used differently in each the classes of rocks. In igneous rocks the /Cycles The most well-known and important biogeochemical cycles, for example, include the carbon cycle, the nitrogen cycle, the oxygen cycle, the phosphorus cycle, the sulfur cycle and the water cycle. There are many biogeochemical cycles that are currently being studied for/

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Follow the Yellow Brick Road…….an overview of AAMI standards 7 June 2011 - MHCSMA Cathy Rocco, RN, MSN, CNOR Senior Clinical Education Consultant &

performance after installation, repair, or relocation”. ( page 24 Chemical Indicators – Class 6 Cycle verification indicator designed to react to all critical variable of specified sterilization cycles -One for each cycle – labeled with specific time and temperature -Not interchangeable – use only in cycle for which its is labeled -Suited for prion cycle (outside of the US) -Relatively new to the U.S. market page 25 Chemical/

1 Pre-Assessment for Quarter 2 Reading Informational Text Grade.

quarter CFA score can be recorded in the last column as a comprehensive score. Class Learning Progressions Checklist (for pre-assessments) Assessment Summary Sheet (for Pre-Assessment and CFA) RI.2.7 Explain how specific images (e.g., a diagram showing how a machine works/ of a plant’s life cycle written in a sequential order. Details from the text may include beginning the life cycle as a seed, waiting for water and sun, then (mid-cycle but student doesn’t have to say mid-cycle), the plant begins to sprout/

By: K. Gargurevich & K. McNutley. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum:Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Coleptera Family: Cicindelidae Genus: Cicindela Species: puritana.

Class/ fresh and brackish water such as rivers,/Cycle The Puritan tiger beetle’s life cycle is only 2 years long. They spend about 96% of these 2 years as a larva. They are larva for/Cycle Continued… The beetles go from eggs to larva and then molt several times to pupa, finally becoming adults. This leaves them very little time as adults and little time to mate. Mating and egg laying occurs in mid August. The females place their eggs one by one just underneath the top layer of sand and then die. Listed: 8/7/

The Rock Cycle its Story Formation of Rocks in More Detail.

last (form shale) Chemical Origin in Chemically formed Sedimentary Rock Water contains dissolved minerals, which can fall out of solution (precipitate/Cycle Chart See page 6-7 in the ESRT First Classify your Rock Samples-work together with your partner Place them on the Rock Cycle diagram enlarged copy-work together to complete Part II of Lab Complete Understanding the Rock Cycle-for/ Cycle better. The directions are as follows: Role-You are a Geologist Audience-Students in a High School Earth Science Class /

The Water Cycle Mrs. Anna Ward Ridge Road MS. Warm Up On page 16… Please label this page…Salt Water Evaporation Question: What happens when salt water.

=0&provider= &isLessonFromHealth=0&productcode=DETB&isAssigned=fals e&includeHeader=YES&homeworkGuid Do Now!!! WHAT IS A CYCLE? Class Discussion What is the Water Cycle? http://app.discoveryeducation.com/player/?assetGuid=DFDC4 C10-22B5-4A73-835F- 2C0C681E28DD&fromMyDe=0&isPrinterFriendly=0&provider= / bottle into the baggie and seal. Make sure you leave some air in the bag. 7.Put your biome along the back window for sunlight. Exit Ticket On your notecard, what do you hypothesize will happen in your group’s/

J: Bozeman Video on Plants (7:46) –Paste questions into your journal and Answer Questions TI: Evolution Unit Test Short Answer Questions DUE at start.

No vessels, leaves, roots, or stems for food/nutrient/water movement Ex. Moss, Liverworts Vascular Have vessels, leaves, roots, and stems for food/nutrient/water movement Ex. Flowers, grass, trees Nonvascular Life cycle depends on H2O Sperm must swim through water to reach eggs of others Low growing, / book at the end of the period. WORK QUEITLY! BE RESPECTFUL! DO NOT WASTE CLASS TIME! HW- EOC Vocab Review Assignment DUE T 4/7 24 School Days until End Of Course Exam J- “Why is Carbon a Tramp” Video/

Pathways of Elements in the Ecosystem: Bio-geo-chemical (Nutrient) Cycles Objectives: Elements and their uses Spatial and temporal scales of ecosystems.

-fixing species Global BGC cycles: Water cycle: a physical model ***Start at * and trace the water cycle. How do the numbers add up? * Figure 3 Carbon cycle closely tied to global energy flux solar-powered principal classes of C-cycling processes: 1) assimilation//7 Duke FACE experiment 18 year-old forest; 6, 30-m plots; ~100 pine trees/plot; ~50 woody species; 10 years of CO 2 Units: gC m -2 y -1 ; Open bubbles, ambient plots; closed bubbles, fumigated plots. E. DeLucia, unpub. Carbon budget for/

1.Biosphere Land – water – atmosphere (inhabited by life). 2. Ecosystem Living thing and non-living thing with which life interacts in particular area.

Water and minerals Molecules THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF MACROMOLECULES Polymer principles And Macromolecules Polymer principles And Macromolecules Cells link smaller organic molecules together to form larger molecules. macromoleculesThese larger molecules called macromolecules. carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids.The four major classes/ ) pyruvate 7)- Now pyruvate is ready for Krebs Cycle. If O 2 is present, pyruvate enters the mitochondrion where enzymes of the Krebs cycle complete the /

Animal Classes Connor Chung. Guide: This PowerPoint has been made and must be followed by these rules: Most of this presentation is animation controlled.

CONTENTS What are the animal classes? What are the animal classes Reptiles Komodo Dragon Habitat and facts The Komodo Dragon’s body Mating Life cycles Mammals Slow Loris The Slow Lories body Mating and facts Life Cycle Fish Mudskipper Habitat Life Cycle 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13/in the mangroves: Their abode is in the deep mud, where they nestle themselves and climb out of water to produce food for young. They live across a region from the Atlantic coast of Africa as far east as the Pacific islands of /

Animal Classes Connor Chung. Guide: This PowerPoint has been made and must be followed by these rules: Most of this presentation is animation controlled.

Thank you. CONTENTS What are the animal classes?................ What are the animal classes Reptiles………………………………Reptiles Komodo Dragon………………………………….Komodo Dragon Habitat and facts/Mating and facts Life Cycle…………………………………………………..Life Cycle Fish………………………………….. Fish Mudskipper…………………………………………………Mudskipper Habitat………………………………………………………Habitat Life Cycle……………………………………………….....Life Cycle 5 6 7 8 9 10 /they nestle themselves and climb out of water to produce food for young. They live across a region from the /

KINGDOM PLANTAE Vascular Plants Phylum Tracheophyta Seeds Subphylum Spermopsida Seeds ‘naked’ Seeds enclosed Class Gymnospermidia Sub Class Liliopsida.

Class Gymnospermidia Sub Class Liliopsida MONOCOTS Sub Class Magnoliopsida DICOTS Class Angiospermidia Subphylum Spermopsida (seed bearing plants) True roots (with vascular tissue) Reproduction without water (evolved flower) Protective covering around embryo (seed) – can survive winter Improved conducting tissue: thicker and stronger xylem. Became taller. Class Angiospermidia Class/ seed. imple stamen 7. Pollen on a simple/  endosperm (food for the zygote) http://www//life-cycles.html LIFE CYCLE ANIMATION /

(NEMATHELMINTHES) Class: Nematoda (Round worm) Dr. Gamal Allam.

Class: Nematoda (Round worm) Dr. Gamal Allam Ascariasis Dr. Gamal Allam Learning outcomes By the end of the lecture, you should be able to: 1- Mention causal agent of Ascariasis. 2- Mention systematic position of Ascaris lumbricoides. 3- Mention geographic distribution of Ascariasis. 6- Explain life cycle of Ascaris lumbricoides. 7/eggs containing 2nd stage larva with water or raw vegetables or contaminated hand/ stool of the infected human is diagnostic for Ascariasis. Dr. Gamal Allam Laboratory Diagnosis…../

THE WATER CYCLE Day 1 Condensation, Precipitation, and Evaporation.

and heavy for the cloud. PRECIPITATION PRECIPITATION THE WATER CYCLE  The change of water from liquid to gas and back to liquid as it moves between the Earth’s surface and atmosphere.  The combination of evaporation, condensation, and precipitation occurring in a repeated cycle is called the WATER CYCLE.  The water cycle is always occurring. THE WATER CYCLE Precipitation Condensation Evaporation Water Vapor WATER CYCLE ACTIVITY Read a short poem on the Water Cycle on the/

The following images and questions will be similar to images you will see on the lab practical next class period.

tip of the pointer? chloroplast Question 7 To what type of solution have these cells been exposed? (Use the specific language from class) hypertonic Question 8 On what /total magnification of the microscope? 40x Question 12 What phase of the cell cycle is in the field of view? cytokinesis Question 13 What metabolic process occurs/of transport did water leave these cells? (Be specific) osmosis Question 16 A large, central organelle in these cells is responsible for this response to salt water. What is /

The Carbon Cycle (and a Brief Overview of Climate Science) 1.

carbon cycle? For a minute, or two, think about what you know about the carbon cycle. /sinks. 7 Carbon in the “abiotic world” Carbon, besides as living organisms, can be found in: – Carbon dioxide gas. – Bicarbonate – dissolved in water. –/cycle. You can use your notes, your books, or do it by memory. You can do this with your table mate, if you do not have a table mate, then you can work with the person(s) ahead or behind you. This is worth 10 points, I expect you to turn it in. If you do not do it in class/

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