Topic: Underlying causes of Unites States involvement into World War I, both immediate
Question: The reason for US involvement in World War I was mainly due to economic
ties to the allies. Assess the validity of this statement.
Thesis: US i
It is about forty-five minutes to Trenton, a fifteen minute wait time, and another forty-five
minutes to Philadelphia.
During the ride, Jack went to sleep and Adam started typing his extra credit write-up on
Meanwhile, Alex and I played Yu-gi-o
March 1916 yet another ship sunk by the Germans the Sussex (once again Americans
on board were effected). In return Germany issued Sussex Pledge- will not sink without
January 1917 German went into an unrestricted submarine warfare hoping to
The Christ Church is not simply a religious organization, but it is also a historical
However, it still maintains its authentic religious services today.
Seven signers of the Declaration of Independence are buried in the burial grounds of th
After we were done looking at Franklins grave, we went to find the Old Christ
We were surprised at how far the church was from the cemetery.
In fact, we turned around more than once because we thought we were lost since we
expected to see the chur
Soon we arrived to the first place we wanted to see, the Liberty Bell.
We want inside the door and into the security check, where they opened our bags and
checked our pockets for any weapons.
After being cleared to proceed inside, we walked through the bu
When Italy joined Allies Italian immigrants erupted in support against Germany
There was also support for the French dating back to the Revolutionary days when
French were the 1st American allies
President Wilson himself was of Scotch-English decent
When we got there, we saw a large group of people, mostly children, waiting by the door.
These people let us enter Independence Hall before them, as they were trying to organize
and count themselves.
However, to their annoyance, the next tour of Independe
Ben Franklin was one of the Founding fathers of our nation and one of the most
influential men in history.
He invented many useful items:
the lightning rod
Furthermore, he created public libraries and fire departments and established th
Since that time, the Liberty Bell has been used as a symbol for many different American
groups as they fought for a cause.
During the suffrage movement, women created a Womens Liberty Bell, a replica of the
Liberty Bell, to symbolize their struggle for vo
The five percent of trisomy 18 people who survive their first year need special help and
support throughout their life for simple tasks such as walking, learning and even
breathing and eating.
Treatments for trisomy 18 only ease the symptoms and do not ac
Some single cell protests that live in fresh water need contractile vacuoles because they
live in a hypotonic environment.
This means that water is being constantly diffused into the cell.
Because the organism needs a greater solute concentration than its
Root hairs increase surface area for more nutrients.
The xylem, of the vascular tissue system, conducts that water and mineral
nutrients to the plant.
In addition, the phloem also conducts some minerals throughout the plant.
4. Sugar, which is or
Researching the Canyon more thoroughly can help scientists understand where they made
their mistake when they declared that the Grand Canyon was about six million years ago.
If scientists can understand where they went wrong, maybe theyll realize theyve
The reaction rate would be slower if the amount of the substrate was increased but the
amount of the enzyme was kept the same.
This is because there would be more substrate molecules that have to attach themselves to
the activation site of an enzyme molec
The Peppered Moths evolved to fit into their environment.
However, today not as much coal is being burned in England.
In addition, the number of black moths has begun to decrease.
Again, this shows that the moths with the competitive advantage, the lighte
As enzyme concentration increases beyond five drops, the reaction time will stay at 120
For example, if six drops of enzyme were added to the substrate, the reaction time would
be 120 seconds.
Even if one hundred drops of enzyme were added to the
The disease shown by the karyotype is trisomy 18, also called Edwards syndrome.
Edwards syndrome occurs when a person has three copies of the eighteenth
chromosome, as opposed to the two copies people usually have.
I think that scientists should so more r
However, the cell wall remains rigid.
The opposite occurs in a hypotonic environment (0% solution).
Water enters the cell, causing the cell membrane to swell against the cell wall.
In Drawing C, the cell membrane is pushing against the cell wall, meaning
Therefore, just as the paper birds flew longer and longer distances after generations
passed (from 1.94m originally to 3.54m in F7), so too do organisms become better and
better able to survive, since only favorable traits continue to be passed down.
Title: Cells- The Basic Unit of Life
Lab Objectives: What are the similarities and differences between the plant cells that
How may the plant cells you observed compare to animal cells? (Predict: How might you
identify an unknown cell?)
Characteristics of the bacteria that can be learned are susceptibility to drugs, toxic
materials produced, and structure of the call well
The recessive version, R2R2 means the eyes are far apart.
The heterozygous version, R1R2, means the eye distance is average.
Finally, the third way genes can be inherited is polygenic.
Polygenic traits are controlled by more than one gene.
For example, ha
In plant cells, the chloroplasts move with the cytoplasm, allowing cyclosis to be
easily observed (see Drawing C).
In order to predict what an unknown cell is, a chart of the organelles that are
visible can be made.
If the cell is an animal cell, it wont
Also, the onion cell is transparent (see Drawing A); the elodea is green (see Drawing C),
because of the chloroplasts; and the tomato is red (see Drawing D), because of the
Because of this information, it can be predicted that a plant that i
There are many reasons why global warming and the melting of ice is occurring,
and it is the fault of humans.
We waste all the earths natural resources.
Also, we pollute the atmosphere with greenhouse gases.
Some people dont care what happens to the atmos
For example, as explained in John Noble Wilfords article, Grand Canyon Still Grand but
Older, scientists have just realized that the Grand Canyon may be older than it appears to
Original estimates done through analyzing mineral samples in the Canyon c
In addition, there would only be two or three possible heights for humans.
If phenotypes could not be inherited in a polygenic manner, then many humans would
look nearly the same.
In Andrew C.Revkins article in the New York Times, called Arctic Melt Unner
Skeptics say that its all part of the cycles of nature and there is no evidence about global
warming, even as the Arctic looses millions of square miles of ice.
I dont see how there can be any doubt that the Arctic is melting and it is not a part of
1. This would provide opportunity for bacteria to spread in those areas.
Obviously, the least amount of bacteria would be in the anti-bacterial soap, which
Some possible sources of error were that the samples were exposed to the air for