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    Class Bivalves Essay

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    monitoring using mussels was established in North America coastline and estuarine. It’s followed by other countries like Australia, Japan, France, Taiwan, India, and Mediterranean (Goldberg, 1975) in (Widdows and Donkin, 1992). The environmental tolerance ability, abundance, population stability, contaminant metabolism ability and living behavior are the advantages of using mussels in pollution monitoring (Widdows and Donkin, 1992). 3.4. Other (Virus removal) The bivalve ability to absorb and store organic and inorganic compound is widely known. The founding of several viruses in bivalve tissue leads the researchers to observe the potential bivalve to reduce the viral transmission. C. Faust et.al (2009) conducted a study to explore the bivalve (clam) ability in removing the avian influenza virus (AI). In his experiment, he uses wood ducks (Aix sponsa) as the subjects. The duck was exposed by filtered contaminated water and original water. The result indicated that different response of the ducks to the AI. While exposed duck with original water cannot survive, the ducks that are exposed to filtered water remain alive.…

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    Persuasive Essay On Clams

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    Twenty kids one answer, who will figure it out. Everyone has been given the task to find the mystery mixture. At first they all had different clams. But now it is getting narrowed down. But there are some people that had different opinions. Everyone have been given water, a well tray, and a vial, along with other chemicals. I will explain how the class had gotten answer they did. And how they think it is right. The claim that will be explaining will be citric acid and baking soda. One of the…

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    indicates that the reality of perfect femininity is completing domestic and sexual tasks with equal fervor. In addition to an interesting use of form, Jamaica Kincaid’s use of identity, or rather the lack of identity, is a crucial part in developing the work. The girl in the story is never named; neither is her mother. The setting of the work is Antigua, where the author is from. However, there are only brief details in the story that allude to this such as the accusation of the girl singing…

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    For my TED Talk critique, I watched Mei Lin Neo’s, “The Fascinating Secret Lives of Giant Clams.” In order to hook the audience, Mei Lin Neo starts by sharing some of the many nicknames she is called due to her constant discussion of giant clams. Beginning the talk this way is intriguing because even just speaking of her nicknames you can tell she is truly passionate about her work. Also, that she understands that her passion can lead to her talking non-stop about a topic that others may not…

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    I watched the Ted talk video, “The fascinating secret lives of giant clams” by Mei Lin Neo. This speech essentially entails information regarding giant clams, such as their basic size or growth status and most importantly how important/essential they are to their aquatic environment/ecosystem. While this speech was well presented and very informative, there are a few points in which Mei Lin Neo falls short on. Starting with her good points first, she was very confident regarding her topic, which…

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    Filter Water Vs Tap Water

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    Basis-For my science experiment I will be using live clams to filter water and I will use tap water. I was inspired by a previous science fair project where someone tested filters against a clams. In my project, however, I will test if clams filter out vitamins, and then use that water, and tap water, to see which is more healthy to the plant life. If possible, this discovery will help farming by bringing out the nutrients in waste.in the end I will see of my tap water is more effective than the…

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    in jail but the other prisoner has to clam up. The person that clams up however will get 20 years in prison or if they both clam up and get 1 year each. Now they are really only only thinking about themselves. So the prisoners best idea would be to minus the cost as much as possible by ratting on the other and hoping the other clams up. Therefore they would get zero years. The smart idea is to both stay quiet because then they get 1 year each however. Its harder to decide because they don't know…

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    flies in New England seafood every other day to ensure its customers get only the best quality – from Ipswich fried clams and fresh fish to lobster. It’s no wonder the local eatery’s scrumptious lobster roll was voted #1 by Jupiter and Palm Beach Magazines as well as the New York Times. Filled with chunky, mouthwatering Maine lobster sautéed in butter and dressed in a melt-in-your-mouth soft roll, it’s become a fan favorite! To provide patrons with a consistently appetizing menu of fresh…

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    Cray Fish Research Paper

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    There are many biotic factors that are being impacted in the lake’s ecosystem. However, the most affected animals include the crayfish, clams, and mayfly. Crayfish need calcium in order to maintain a healthy exoskeleton. However, when a lake’s pH decreases, most of the minerals diminish as well. Affecting the crayfish in the process as they are weak and their source of food is being limited as well. Crayfish can be found in Australia and many other parts of the world but most commonly in North…

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    this type of personality is by rather than trying to interpret what the silence means, one wants to get the clam to open up and be more vocal and expressive to get the unresponsive person to talk. Dr. Bramson also suggest to ask open ended questions to the clam to allow the clam to feel comfortable to answer the question you are asking in order to get a answer you need to accomplish the goal that you set. Another way to cope with clams (unresponsive individuals) is to wait as calmly as you can…

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