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  • Carnivorous Sponges Of The Antarctic Ocean By Sarah Lindsay: Poem Analysis

    The nature and environment in the poem “Carnivorous Sponges of the Antarctic Ocean” by Sarah Lindsay make a statement about the errors of society and the remedies. This is not the first time Ms. Lindsay has used her Bachelor’s of Art in English and Creative Writing to utilize the metaphors of animals in her poem to tell an idea. In her poems “Tell the bees” and “The Thai Elephant Orchestra” Sarah did the same. Sarah Lindsay use Carnivorous sponges to define what the meaning of life is. Sarah Lindsay creatively uses the nature of the carnivorous sponges community to show the audience a flaw in society and the remedy to this disease and the symptoms. Before diving into the metaphor that Sarah Lindsay creates, we have to understand her literal…

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  • Sponge Essay

    Discussions/Conclusions: Out of all the factors, the sponge and the leaves had the most effect on climate in the model atmosphere. They had a range of 25 degrees Celsius from the base reading at 0 minutes, to the final reading at 20 minutes. The sponge started out at 19 degrees Celsius and ended at 44 degrees Celsius. The leaves started also started at 19 degrees Celsius and also finished at 22 degrees Celsius. The control experiment with no variables added had a range of 9 degrees Celsius from…

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  • Critical Thinking: The Sponge Method

    One of these styles is the sponge method. In the sponge method, a person absorbs information to gain knowledge. The knowledge people gain in the sponge method stands as a foundation for more complicated thoughts. The sponge method is very useful for grasping basic concepts that someone would want to later develop. Although the sponge method seems like a great tool it’s not the perfect thinking style. The other thinking style is the panning for gold method. In the panning for gold method a person…

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  • Sponge To The Human Brain

    Picture a sponge. A common household item that is very simple yet useful. Now compare that sponge to the human brain. It’s porousness allows outside substances to seep in and be collected. The sponge grows and holds more than expected of it. Much like the sponge, our brain can absorb and retain valuable resources. Without the brain, humans would not be able to function. The brain, a highly complex part of the human anatomy, is in charge of one’s intelligence, the senses, producer of all body…

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  • Oloo Sponge Research Paper

    the ocean each year(4). Majority of the oil pollution oil comes from ashore from waste disposal, land drainage and improper disposal of used motor oil(4). In recent times it has been discovered that a possible solution for oil pollution is the “Oleo Sponge”(as seen in figure 1(11)), an oleophilic and hydrophobic sponge that collects oil and rejects water housing up to ninety times its own weight than to be squeezed out and reused like a dish sponge(3). Could this be the answer to addressing oil…

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  • Yellow Tube Sponge: Aplysina Aerophoba

    This is the Yellow Tube Sponge, also known as the Aplysina aerophoba. The animal’s name is very self explanatory. This animal, who is commonly mistaken for a plant, has a rough outer, tube-like shell. It is yellow, hence the name. Also, it is hollowed out, with one tube coming out from the top, and it is capable of growing to 3 feet tall. The Aplysina aerophoba in its natural habitat. Habitat The Yellow Tube Sponge lives underwater, near the northern zone of the Atlantic ocean. It is found…

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  • Giant Barrel Sponges Research Paper

    Giant Barrel Sponges are very unique animals. They are found in tropical areas in the Caribbean. They are benthic animals, living at depths from 10-30 m. They have the highest density cover and greatest volume of any organism living in their environment. If they are left undisturbed they can grow to massive sizes. Giant Barrel Sponges can come in many different colors also. Sponges don't move around they are stationary and stay in one place there whole life. Except when the sponges reproduce…

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  • White Sponge Nevus Case Study

    WHITE SPONGE NEVUS- A RARE ENTITY Abstract White sponge nevus (WSN) is a rare autosomal dominant disorder that results in soft, white, and spongy plaques in the oral cavity. The buccal mucosa is the most commonly affected site, followed by lips, alveolar ridges and floor of the mouth. The histopathologic features of WSN include epithelial thickening, hyperkeratosis and vacuolization of the keratinocytes in the suprabasal layers. Because of lack of clinical complaint, no treatment has been…

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  • The Story Of Brandon Nguyen And Sponge Lob Circle Pants

    In a world where there lived a city where they ban your favorite TV show. A duo of friends that are named Brandon Nguyen and Sponge Lob Circle Pants that are 13, try to find out why and try to make the rules fair. Brandon Nguyen who is smart, helpful, talented, humble, and determined. Sponge Lob Circle Pants who is smart, weird, and determined. They find many things bad about this city where the government makes everyone have a bad life. These 2 boys try to do as many things as possible to try…

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  • Importance Of Marine Invertebrates

    planktonic organisms to members of a firmly attached benthic community. Biofilms play an important role in many marine invertebrate lifecycles that similarly transition from a planktonic to sessile benthic phase. The larvae of marine invertebrates like sponges and polychaetes settle in response to chemical cues from biofilms. Hydroides elegans is a model organism for biofilm-induced settlement as an important part of the biofouling community (Hadfield, 2011). Observation of H.…

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