Running head: HISTORY OF U.S. LABOR LEGISLATION
History of U.S. Labor Legislation
HISTORY OF U.S. LABOR LEGISLATION
The National Labor
Relations Act (The
The Social Security Act
The Best Laid (Body) Plans
Q. Compare fish, amphibian and chicken embryos.
A. The fish, amphibian, and chicken embryos look generally alike. All of them
have a head with gill arches. All of them have a little brain that begins its
Getting a Grip
Q. What is the pattern of the skeleton of the human arm and hand (and leg and
foot, for that matter)?
A. Sir Richard Owen saw what anatomists before him long known, that there is a
pattern to the skeleton of a human arms and legs
Q. What are the three fundamental parts that make up our skulls?
A. Our skulls are made up of three fundamental parts: plates, blocks, and
rods. Every bone in our head can be traced to one of these things. The plates
cover our bra
1. The animal Amphioxus is a primitive vertebrate worm
2. A cancer cell can be simply described as a normal body cell that has altered DNA.
3. The sponge, according to your assigned readings, has a body.
4. Special molecules called c
CHAPTER 7: ADVENTURES IN BODYBUILDING
Q. What happens when you remove some bacterial cells form a mat of bacteria? How about
if you remove some cells from a human or a fish? Why are the results different?
A. If you remove some bacterial cells from a mat o
CHAPTER 8: MAKING SCENTS
Q. Describe how our sense of smell works.
A. What we perceive as a smell is our brains response to a cocktail of molecules
floating in the air. The molecules that we ultimately register as an odor are tiny, light
enough to be susp
CHAPTER 9: VISION
Q. We are simply a mosaic of bits and pieces found in virtually everything else [organisms]
on the planet Explain, in terms of eyes.
A. Our eyes have a history as organs, but so do eyes constituent parts, the cells and
tissues, and so do
CHAPTER 10: EARS
Q. Describe how human hearing works.
A. When we hear, sound waves are funneled into the outside flap, the external ear.
The sound waves enter the ear and make the ear drum rattle. The eardrum is
attached to three little bones, which shake
1. Early organisms with wrist bones have always had the ability to rotate the
2. The ancient fish, Coelocanth is a fossil that still lives today all over the world.
3. Ingeneous rocks are the best kind of rocks to find fossils.
Chapter 1 Study Guide
Finding Your Inner Fish
1. What are three major lines of evidence that are used to understand our selves
(how our bodies came to be the way they are)?
Fossils that show an increase in the complexity of life over billions of years
CHAPTER 3: Handy Genes
Q. Compare the genetic recipe that builds our hands with the recipe that
builds a fishs fins. [this question covers the entire chapter perhaps
consider it last!]
A. The DNA that codes for a human hand is the same DNA that
CHAPTER 11: THE MEANING OF IT ALL
Q. What is DESCENT WITH MODIFICATION?
A. Descent with modification can build a family tree, or lineage, that we can identify
by characters. It has a signature that we immediately recognize. Like a nested set of
Running head: [SHORTENED TITLE UP TO 50 CHARACTERS] 1
Pol-123-clo1 Intro to law
[SHORTENED TITLE UP TO 50 CHARACTERS] 2
Brian Short V State of Florida
Was it unconstitutional for the state of Florida to enact t
CRM 123 Case Analysis 1 Fact Patterns
For each fact pattern, specify the essential legal issue(s) involved, describe the legal concepts from the
text, decide which side should win, and explain your reasoning and how you used the legal concepts to