What is the difference between magma and lava? How is magma (melted rock)
produced in the mantle? Magma is composed of molten rock and is stored in the Earth's crust.
Lava is magma that reaches the surface of our planet through a volcan
1. What are the easiest terms, planes, and body cavities for you to remember. Why? (1 pt)
I think the easiest things to remember for me are the three planes, sagittal, transverse
and frontal. I think the application activity really helped me understand th
1. Take a picture of your cell model with its labeled names and functions. Include it
with the assignment.
2. What do you think are the most important cell structures? Why do you think that?
I think the most important cell structure is the nucleus, the nu
A. Did your classmate understand the key concept(s) better after you taught the
material? How do you know? What would you do differently if you had to
teach/explain this concept again?
I think they did. I think we all understood how cancer develops and we
A. Did your classmate understand the key concept(s) better after you taught the material? How
do you know? What would you do differently if you had to teach/explain this concept again? (2
I think it helped both of us by connecting our ideas of und
Applicable Articles: Read and Report
What new insights do you have?
There were a few new insights that Ive gained from the talk I read, Decisions for Eternity by
Elder Russell M. Nelson. I really liked the quote he said, You are never too yo
Stress: A Cause of Cancer?
By Lisa Hurt Kozarovich
Summary: Stress is a huge part of our lives and some people might struggle with more stress
than others, which could possibly mean that they have more of a chance of developing cancer.
Why did you choose