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Introduction to the Integumentary System
5-1 Describe the main structural features of the
epidermis, and explain the functional
significance of each.
3 Biochemistry in the body:
1. Depending on the gender of the human there is about 4.9 5.5 x10^9 (or 4,900,000,000
5,500,000,000) of red blood cells per ml in the human body.
2. There is about 7 liters of blood in the human body depending of the gende
Communication between neurons occurs at synapses, which may be chemical via neurotransmitters or
electrical. Electrical synapses contain gap junctions that allow electrical current to flow directly from cell
The predominant solutes in the extrace
There's great controversy regarding the question who is the father of the periodic table?
Many scientists believe Dmitri Mendeleev is the father of the periodic table, while others believe
he is only a small contributor to the periodic tab
mood of the organism as well. In the movie Inside Out the main character wasnt allowed to feel sorrow,
so in turn she bottled up her emotions until she could no longer feel anything emotionally. Suffice it to
say the loss any part of the endocrine system
decomposition requires a constant source of heat energy in order to react, making it an endothermic
reaction. Single Replacement is when an element takes the place of another element in a compound of
elements. The element that is replacing the current ele
You may wonder why Mendeleev is considered to be the father of the periodic table
while the other scientists who did the actual work are somewhat lost in the pages of History.
They were lost for a reason. Their calculations were found to be incorrect whic
All G+ and G- bacteria react to Glucose, Starch and hydrochloric acid differently. A simply way to
test their reactions would be to expose the bacteria to each solution and record the results. But bacteria
are constantly moving around in a
Irregularity and being consistently inconsistent is the only way your body knows how to survive.
The body is constantly changing and mutating in an attempt to survive, sometimes for the better and
sometimes not. Mother nature specifically designed our bod
SCI 114 Lab 2: Work and Power
Name Brandon Young
February 9, 2016
None are still in the class, except Jack.
How is energy converted in to work and how is the work measured as power? That is the question of the
lab. You will be broke
CHAPTER 29: Plant Diversity I: How Plants Colonized Land
29.1 Land plants evolved from green algae
Green algae called charophytes are the closest relatives of land plants. Many species of
charophyte algae inhabit shallow waters around the edges of ponds a
Ch. 32: An Overview of Animal Diversity
Animal Kingdom kingdom of consumers
32.1 Animal are multicellular, heterotrophic eukaryotes with tissues that develop from
Animals ingest organic molecules either by eating other
Chapter 26 Phylogeny and the Tree of Life
Phylogeny the evolutionary history of a species or group of species.
Systematics a discipline focused on classifying organisms and determining their evolutionary
26.1 Phylogenies show evolutionary
Chapter 54 Community Ecology
Community a group of populations of different species living close enough to interact
54.1 Community interactions are classified by whether they help, harm, or have no effect
on the species involved
1. What is Anthropology?
Anthropology is study of human beings in all its variety across time and space.
o More of study of nonindustrial peoples
Holistic is the study of the whole of the human condition: past, present, and future; biology, society,
Chapter 29: Plant Diversity I: How Plants Colonized Land
Many key characteristics of land plants also appear in a variety of protists, primarily algae.
brown, red, and certain green algae and plants: multicellular, eukaryotic,
Levels of biological organization
Protons, neutrons, electrons atoms molecules organelles cell tissue organ organ
systems organism (multicellular)
1. Epithelial cover external and internal surfaces
a. Line organs, cavities