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    marine habitat for the whale. Also, the human race can make an effort to reduce pollution and its impact upon marine life. If the human race were to significantly reduce pollution into the aquatic environment we could not only promote and provide a more natural and sustainable ecosystem for the whales but for all aquatic species that inhabit the ocean. Climate change will continue to be an augmenting issue that will…

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    Bisphenol A Synthesis

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    negatively impact the survival and hatching rate of aquatic life.Both plastic and the fumes admitted when plastics are made, put excessive amounts of carbon dioxide into the ocean. This has caused the PH levels in the ocean to rise from a balanced PH level of 7, and has brought it up to 8.2. The jump in the acidity levels is destroying the great barrier reef, and shellfish beds. A raised PH level also poses a threat to many fish, and also threatens the aquatic ecosystem. Pteropods, a common…

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    Duckweed Hypothesis

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    is a small plant, that is mostly found in sub-polar and tropics regions in ditches, ponds, lakes and slow flow-flowing rivers. Duckweed have the main function of remove waste of water, however the main problem is that grows fast (Moss et al.2012). Research Question Is the use of different concentrations of phosphates will affect the duckweed? Hypothesis The more phosphate use the more the plant will be affected. Aim To analyse the amount of phosphates that will affect the plant duckweed.…

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    Mangrove Snail Essay

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    trends in population estimates for some plant and animal species in each environment Examine trends in population estimates for some plant and animal species within an ecosystem Justify the use of different sampling techniques to make population estimates when total counts cannot be performed Identify some adaptations of living things to factors in their environment Identify and describe in detail adaptation of a plant and an animal from the local…

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    Road Salt Analysis

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    Introduction Finally, a warm day after a harsh winter, so what can you expect, all the ice/snow melting and flowing into our drains or into our grass, soil, and plants (Gould, 2013). Alongside with the ice/snow melting away into our environments so is that salt that was previously used to treat the roads (Gould, 2013). Roadside vegetation can become injured or die to due to the runoff from the treated pavements (Gould, 2013). The salt used for treated pavements is usually chloride-based and is…

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    In Aristotle’s view, everything in this world can be categorized. Living beings include plants and animal. The plant has nutritive soul and the animal process both nutritive soul and perceptive soul. If we discuss animal further, we can divide animal into rational animal, which is human, and non-rational animal. The essential feature of “being an animal” is perception. From the Aristotle Introductory Reading: “413b2: What makes something an animal is primarily perception.” Perception is…

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    Mycorrhizal Fungi Essay

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    mycorrhizal fungi in new ecosystems Increased flourishing of the markets, world trade, tourism expansion, export and import as well as accidental introduction of new plant species along with their mycorrhizal fungi has an ability to act as a threat to the habitats and biodiversity (Wyatt et al., 2014). It may encourage ecosystem degradation at scales of varied sizes. Invasiveness of alien species may potentially impact the mycorrhizal community and structure and functions of the environment in…

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    The Endangered Species Act

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    extinct it can mess up everything. “Endangered species does not just refer to wildlife but rather any living organism whether in the air, in the sea, within the ground or roaming about the earth” (ProQuest Staff). There has been a lot of animals and plants on the endangered species list but only some animals make the list. To make the list the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has to say…

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    Caribou Essay

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    to grow during the summer months. In 2013, the population estimate was 197,000 caribou (Land:Caribou). The birth and death rate of caribou yearly is fairly equal, and depends strongly upon the weather. Harsh weather conditions can kill many of the plants that the caribou eat, or they can be covered in snow and be hard to…

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    Plants have four major periods of plant evolution that are marked terrestrial adaption. First is the origin of gametangia, which protects the embryo or sperm of plant. Second is the origin of vascular tissue it conduct water and nutrients. Third is the origin of seed where the embryo is protected from desiccation and other dangers…

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