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  • The Honey Bee Body

    also known as the best pollinators when they visit from one flower to another flower. Finally, the honey that they produce is an important source of human society. Anatomy and Physiology The honey bee 's body has three main parts, the head, the thorax and the abdomen. The head has antennae, eyes and the mouth.…

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  • Essay On Brassica Rapa

    The rapid-cycling Brassica rapa was developed by Dr. Paul Williams over a fifteen year period of using simple breeding techniques. These Brassica rapa plants develop remarkably quickly, flowering between thirteen and eighteen days after being planted. These plants are relatively small but need a continuous amount of water and cool white fluorescent lighting. Students in the botany lab were told to conduct experiments and to conduct research using the Brassica rapa. The purpose of the experiment…

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  • Ecology Of A Mealworm Essay

    too hot or too cold for the living organism. Ecology is basically a study that handles relationships of organisms and how they relate to their environment or ecosystem. What is a mealworm? A mealworm is a dark beetle larva. Mealworms have a head, thorax, and an abdomen. The mealworm has a spine but not the kind that we have. The mealworm is part of the invertebrate. The invertebrate family is a group of species that don’t exactly have a spine. The mealworm start off as an egg, then once they…

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  • Gaseous Exchange Research Paper

    muscle contractions happen at the same time to allow air in the lungs. The intercostals muscles contract forcing the ribs upwards and outwards then the diaphragm contracts and flattens these two in and out movement, which increases the volume of the thorax. these chain reactions allow the body to draw air into the lungs which is all done though muscle…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Obstetric Ultrasound Scan

    1. Introduction The second trimester scan is a routine ultrasound examination in many countries that is primarily used to assess fetal anatomy and detect the presence of any fetal anomalies. The second trimester extends from 13 weeks and 0 days to 27 weeks and 6 days of gestation although the majority of these studies are performed between 18 and 23 weeks. (Chudleigh & Thilaganathan, 2004) 2. Patient’s history The patient is a 31 year old pregnant female, with unsure dates of her last menstrual…

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  • Aedes Aegypti Holometabolous

    Aedes aegypti is holometabolous, this type of development stages includes the egg, lava, pupa, and the adult stage. The distinct traits to key out this mosquito are, small palps with white scales. The female mosquito can lay as many as a hundred eggs at one batch, after the eggs are laid down, the eggs develop within two days, and once wet the larvae emerge from the egg shortly after (Christopher, 1960). The larvae then mature over the course of the week or longer, depending on temperature,…

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  • Australopithecines

    Africa is the supposed birthplace of the human race. It is here that the Australopithecines, a group of hominins including Australopithecus and Paranthropus, lived from 4.2 to 1.2 million years ago. In the same area but from 1.9 to 0.027 million years ago, Homo ergaster also roamed around. Even though they shared the same geographic location, they each represent very different phases of the evolution to what we are today. It would therefore be interesting to see how they differed, based on the…

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  • Cardiovascular System Essay

    Internal respiration can be carried out inside the body cells by the respiratory system. The respiratory system is responsible for controlling breathing. The thorax (chest) includes the lungs and their associated tubes, the bronchi and the heart, which are held in an airtight box. The air for breathing comes in contact with the thorax by the nose or the mouth. The nose is adapted for this function as well it is the recommended route. The nose consists of fine bones which are placed on the…

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  • Respiratory System: A Case Study

    The respiratory system is composed by a set of organs that are involved when breathing. The anatomy of the respiratory tract includes the nose, nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, bronchi, lungs, alveoli and the diaphragm. There some organs of the respiratory system that are responsible for the process of breathing. The nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs permit the gas exchange to happen at the cellular level. The air enters through the nose and mouth and it goes into the lungs to…

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  • Honey Bees Reaction

    I chose Honey Bee for our project because I recently watched the Bee Movie, and from that movie I got into thinking if what the writers of the movie are really true about bees. Also recently when I was in the restroom washing my hands there was a bee came in and started flying, so I smacked it and it died. Since I was bored that time, I tried to dissect it, but I did not know what each of parts’ purpose. And since all bees are important to all living things because of its pollute will affect the…

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