basic process week 5 checkpoint

basic process week 5 checkpoint - micropyles. Then the...

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Basic Processes CheckPoint Week 5 By putting the bacteria, grasshoppers, fish, and bears in their classifications so we put them into kingdoms, phylums, classes, orders, families, and genuses. species is individual. Basically we look at how they are inside and out, what their DNA is like compared to other ones, if they can reproduce, acquire their food, dispose of was, their enviroments and the way that they move. Bacteria’s only way of reproduction is asexually through a process called Binary Fission and mitosis. This is when one cell seperates into two cells. The then become a long string of cells or a colony of cells. A Grasshopper introduces the sperm into the ovipositor through its aedeagus (male reproductive organ) into the females ovipositor. Their sperm enters through a canal called
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Unformatted text preview: micropyles. Then the female grasshoppes lay the fertilized egg pod and wait for them to be hatched. A fish reproduces at a specific place and time every year. Both parents choose the location and they make the nest. After their courtship, the eggs are released into the nest by the female while the sperm is then released by the male into the nest. The nest is then buried. A bear like the human gives birth, but they only mate with a male bear in the spring. This is when the male deposits his sperm inside the female. There reproductive system works just like humans, the egg then sticks to the wall of the uterus. The placenta is then formed and the fetus then begins to grow. Only when the fetus is large enough and it can survive the female bear will give birth to the cubs....
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2011 for the course MAT 117 117 taught by Professor Billings during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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