Digestion - Motivating Question Focus Question Nutrients are classified as organic molecules Nutrients are classified as organic molecules

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6/6/11 Motivating Question:
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6/6/11 Focus Question:
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6/6/11 Nutrients are classified as organic molecules.
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6/6/11 Let’s consider the digestion (hydrolysis) of food in the paramecium
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6/6/11 How would you compare the structure of the Hydra to the structure of the paramecium? Paramecium Hydra
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6/6/11 How would you compare the structure of the Hydra to the structure of the paramecium? Paramecium Hydra
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6/6/11 Digestion: Hydra Points to Consider: 1. Hypothesize how food might enter into the Hydra. 2. How is food digested?
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6/6/11 Considering the term, Gastrovascular cavity ,
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6/6/11 Phylum: Cnidaria Gastrovascular (GV) cavity gastro - digestive function vascular - circulatory function continuous with outside environment single opening is mouth: TWO WAY DIGESTION
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6/6/11 Phylum: Cnidaria Digestion can eat animals larger than its individual cells
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2011 for the course BIO 1201 taught by Professor N.haque during the Spring '09 term at CUNY City Tech.

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Digestion - Motivating Question Focus Question Nutrients are classified as organic molecules Nutrients are classified as organic molecules

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