Mader/Biology, 11/e Chapter Outline
35.1 Gas Exchange Surfaces
1. Respiration is the sequence of events that results in gas exchange between the environment and
the bodys cells.
2. Ventilation (breathing) includes inspiration (bringing air in)
O'Keeffe "The Radiator Building at Night, New tbrk' (mid 206) from the gertaii Museum
D'Keee's style, like most artists with long careers, changed considerably over the years. In the 19205 and 19305, however, she was associated with the Precisionists.
Our next study, Cubism, is arguably the most inuential art movement of the twentieth century. Although it lasted only a few years and did not achieve an international following, the
movement nevertheless sparked an immense creative explosion that
In 1904, Picasso settled in Paris and took a studio in a building inhabited by other artists in Montmartre. Here, the distorted despair of the Blue Period gave way to what is now
called the artist's Hose Period.
Picasso - "Family of Sattimbanques" (esny
Rothko - "Untied' (mid 200) from EFDLP
Another example of chromatic abstraction is Rothko's "Untitled (often referred to as "Violet. Black, Orange, Yellow on While and Red"). Here, again. the artist is exploring the
expressive potential of stacked rectang