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Transcript: major city's in Mexico 1. Mexico City 2 .Iztapalapa 3. Ecatepec 4. Guadalajara Mexico city 20% of Mexico's entire population Mexico 23.6345° N, 102.5528° W currency Mexican peso £1=$24.86 £ 5=$124.32 £10=$248.64 £50=$1243.18 Rich, colorful and vibrant is Mexico's culture.To lots of people its one of the most fascinating cultures in the world. culture language language Mexico has one of the largest populations- more than 100 million-whitch makes it the home of 103,527,885 spanish speakers! Short 30 videos food Title Don't leave Mexico without trying Chilaquiles Chilaquiles are basically corn tortillas fried, cooked in salsa and sprinkled in cheese. They are often served at breakfast time with fried eggs and beans or nopalitos on the side. physical impact Climate change in Mexico has impacted, "water, health, air pollution, traffic disruption from floods, [and] housing vulnerability to landslides." physical and human impact Uganda currency, culture Uganda food longitude latitude E0.3476° N, 32.5825° E currency culture Ugandan shillingsl Christians make up 85.2% of Uganda's population.There are a wide range of languages spoken. human impact overgrazing, deforestation, all of which lead to soil erosion(Soil erosion is defined as the wearing away of the top layer of soil). Human impact traditional food In Uganda, lots of people eat matoke (cooking bananas) beans and G-nut sauce(peanuts cooked and then grounded to a paste). major citys what people in Uganda eat. main city's in Uganda Kampala, Entebbe, Jinja, Gulu,Lira, Mbarara, bwizibwera, Mbale, Mukono Australia In 2012, Australia has an estimated population of over 22 million people. Australia Australia has over 750 different reptile species, more than any other country in the world The largest cities in Australia are Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide. map and info Co-ordinates 23°26′S 113°47′E The Capital: Canberra Main Cities: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth Population: 23.13 million Size: 7.692 million sq. km (2.97 million sq. miles) Major Religion: Christianity Main Language: English Climate: Australia’s seasons are at opposite times to those in the northern hemisphere. December to February is summer; March to May is autumn; June to August is winter; and September to November is spring. Life Expectancy: 82 years youtube link Youtube link and info australian animals : Pygmy possum Tasmanian devil Koala

Solar System PowerPoint

Transcript: 1. Known for its raging storms 2. Even though its smaller than Uranus, it has more mass 3. Atmosphere is made up of hydrogen, helium and methane _________________ ___________ _____________ Solar System PowerPoint Project 1. The planet spins in a different direction that Earth and most of the other planets. 2. Sometimes the axis of Uranus points directly at the sun 3. Uranus is referred to "Ice Giant." Conclusion ___________ Saturn ________________________ Mars 1. A Solar System is an organization of planets in order revolving around their star or sun. 2. A revolution is when it goes around its full orbit. 3. An "Earth Day" is 24, or one full rotation. All of the planets are different sizes and have different temperatures. They could be more than what we think they are right now. it appears that our planet Earth, is the only one with life. Mercury ____________ Earth _______________ Venus 1. Demoted to a dwarf planet in 2006 2. Its orbit isn't a circle, and sometimes gets closer to the sun than Neptune does. 3. Pluto has five moons, despite its tiny size. Neptune 1. The only known planet to inhabit life. 2. Is made of approx. 70% water. 3. Only moon is known as the Moon. _______________________________ Ben Peloquin 63A. 1. Known as the "Red Planet." 2. Atmosphere is mainly CO2. 3. Mars has the tallest volcano in the Solar System, the Olympus Mons. Jupiter Introduction to the Solar System Pluto _________________ Uranus 1. Atmosphere is made mostly Hydrogen 2. Saturn is known for its rings. 3. Four "spacecraft" have visited Saturn. Venus doesn't have any moons. Second from the sun. The second brightest object in the sky other than The Moon. __________ ______________ 1. Mercury has no moons. 2. It is the smallest planet. 3. Closest to the sun. 1. Jupiter has 4 rings. 2. 67 moons orbit Jupiter. 3. Biggest planet in The Solar System _____________

Respiratory System Powerpoint

Transcript: Welcome To The... Respiratory System By: Christopher Tarmin In this journey, you will have the privilege of riding the 2048X Oblivion Ship for safety as we travel down the system. You will also be miniaturized in order to fit into the ship. Our Human Host: A Smoker or Not? Although we did research into our host and made sure that he's NOT a smoker, we would never know whether or not he would practice such an absurd behavior during our journey, therefore I must inform you about the danger of smoking and what to expect if he decides to harm his system by smoking. Smoking, the action of inhaling tobacco off cigarette as it burns, can put a person into MANY health risks due to the chemical compounds and toxins that the cigarette contains. Some of the diseases that may be caused by smoking are lung cancer (uncontrolled division of cells occuring commonly in the lining air passages), and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (known as COPD, irritation in the lung which causes difficulty in breathing). Therefore, you should NEVER smoke! Breathing can be achieved through the nose and the mouth, therefore our entrance point can be either one of them. Since we are close to the nostrils, we will enter the system via the nose. Now that we are inside the host's nose, we can see that this place is filled with thin layer of tissues called the mucous membrane. These tissues main function is to warm and moisten the air. It also filters particles and objects that may irritate the lung. As we travel further back, we can see small microscopic hairs called cilia. The cilia moves in wave-like motion in order to refresh the mucus coating of the nose. Now, we will be heading down the passage and entering to the back of the host's throat where the trachea, epiglottis, and the fesophagus are located at! Before entering the trachea... You can see here a tiny flap that can close or open up. This is called the epiglottis, and its main function is to prevent food from entering the wrong pipe by closing and covering the entrance of the windpipe. The pharynx is also located here in order to connect the epiglottis to the mouth and moves air into the lung. As we travel down a bit further, we can see that the larynx is superior to the trachea. The larynx's main function in respiration is to control airflow for breathing. This is also an epiglottis's route to either the esophagus or the trachea. Lastly, the voicebox is housed in the larynx, therefore voice production is also made here. The Windpipe! A bit further down here is the trachea! This organ serves as a windpipe for air to pass through in order to reach the right and left lungs. It also serves a purpose of connecting the larynx to the bronchi. Into the lungs! The Two Lungs As we travel further down the trachea, you can see that the trachea is now divided into two, separating into the left and right primary bronchi. This also leads to the left and right lungs, respectively. The right lung is slightly wider, taller, and shorter than the left, causing it to be more vulnerable to foreign invasion. At this point the air that we've been traveling in are warmed and moist, that's why we are feeling a bit warmer than usual. Now, we will be traveling down a bronchi and explore the deeper details about how the system work. As you can see, each bronchi enters its lung and divides itself into smaller branches called bronchioles. These branches' main function is to transfer air into the alveoli, which is our next destination. We have finally arrived at the alveoli. The alveolis are tiny little sacs that allows the oxygen we've been traveling in to be transfered into the bloodstream. It also allows carbon dioxide to be retrieved here and brought out of the system. This means that we will be hopping into the carbon dioxide now in order to exit the host's system! We Are Coming to an End... Now, the 2048x Oblivion Ship will be traveling along with the carbon dioxide to exit the host's system. You can expect us to travel to the lungs through the capillaries, and out the windpipe. This is how the body transfer carbon dioxide out the system. Since this will be a long ride, I will be informing you a bit more about how this process (respiration rate) is controlled and how the diaphragm and rib plays their role in respiration. So How is Breathing Rate Controlled? If you're wondering how the process is regulated, then I'm gladly to inform you that everything is controlled by the respiratory control center which is located in your brain stem. This center helps monitor the amount of oxygen and carbon dioxide that goes in and out of our system, and it also regulates the breathing rates in order to maintain balance in our body. Roles of Diaphragm & Rib in Respiration The diaphragm plays a big role in respiration. This muscle contracts and creates a vacuum in the thoracic cavity in orther to allow air to be drawn into the body through the trachea when the person breathes in. On the other hand, the diaphragm

Solar System PowerPoint

Transcript: The planet spins in a different direction that earth and most of the other planets. Simetimes the axis of Uranus points directly at the sun Uranus is referred to "Ice Giant" The only known planet to inhabit life. Is made of approx. 70% water. Only moon is known as the Moon Solar System PowerPoint Project Calvin Korney 75A Earth Jupiter Jupiter has 4 rings. 67 moons orbit Jupiter. Biggest planet in the solar system. Known as the "Red Planet". Atmosphere is manily C02 Mars has the tallest valcano in the solar system, Olympus Mon. Mercury Pluto Atmosphere is made mostly of hydrogen. Saturn is known for its rings. Four "spacecraft" have visited retrun Uranus Neptune Introduction to the Solar System Saturn Known for its raging storms. Even though its smaller than Uranus, it has more mass. Atmosphere is made of hydrogen, helium, and methane. Demoted to a dwarf planet in 2006 Its orbit isn't in a circle, and sometimes get closer to the sun than Neptune does. Pluto has five moons, despite its tiny size. Conclusion Mars Venus Venus doesn't have any moons. Second from the sun. The second brightest object in the sky other than The Moon. Mercury has no known moons. It is the smallest planet. Closest to the sun. A Solar System is an organization of planets in order revolving around yhir star or sun. A revloution is when it goes around its full orbit. An "Earth Day" is 24 hours, or one full rotation. All of th planets are different sizes and have different temperatures. They could be more than what we think they are right now. It appears that our planet, Earth, is the only one with life

Respiratory System PowerPoint

Transcript: Hemoglobin has been proven to contain a high concentration of erythrocyte. Erythrocyte is a red blood cell. The bronchi are supplied by the bronchial arteries and veins, and their organ stimulation is similar to that of the trachea. You can measure your tidal volume by displaying your breath on a respirometer graph. Identify the value of the peak and valley of the breath and record the two numbers. Subtract the valley number from the peak number you got for that specific breath. The result will be the tidal volume. It is referred to as Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease, or COPD. The trachea is usually visible above the arch of the aorta in radiographs, otherwise known as X-rays. Dumon, J.F. The cervical and thoracic trachea. Retrieved 23 April 2013 from Pulmonary embolism, or PE, is a sudden blockage in a lung artery. The blockage usually is caused by a blood clot that travels to the lung from a vein in the leg or arm. Unknown. What is Emphysema. Retrieved 23 April 2013 from Emphysema is a lung disease that makes it hard to breathe. Breastmilk helps tremendously increase hemoglobin reproduction because of its high iron count. Bronchi Trachea The right main bronchus, about 2.5 cm in length, is shorter, wider, and more nearly vertical than the left because of the positioning of the lungs. Earhart, Mary. Foods that will increase hemoglobin levels. Retrieved 23 April 2013 from Emphysema The trachea has 15 to 20 C-shaped bars of hyaline cartilage that prevent it from collapsing COPD is the fourth leading cause of death in the United States, luckily it is treatable. It is about 9 to 15 cm in length. Diffusion occurs via a random kinetic movement, it does not require energy. Trachea Cervical Parts of the Trachea A kinetic movement is a self motioned movement PE causes low oxygen levels in your blood and damages other organs in your body because of a lack of oxygen. Swenson, Rand. Chapter 21: the esophagus, trachea, and main bronchi. Retrieved on 23 April 2013 from Freeman, Scott. Diffusion, Osmosis, and Movement Across a Membrane. Retrieved 23 April 2013 from Thoracic Parts of the Trachea Unknown. Cartilage. Retrieved on 23 April 2013 from Works Cited The trachea has cervical and thoracic parts. The cervical trachea extends from the lower edge of the cricoid cartilage, below the vocal cords, down to a plane passing from the top of the sternum to the edge of the second dorsal vertebra, A.K.A the back area. It is located in the upper third of the chest. This segment of the trachea is in close proximity to the large vessels of the mediastinum, sternum in front to the vertebral column. Hemoglobin The thoracic trachea is slightly longer than the cervical trachea. Pulmonary Embolism Hyaline Cartilage Tidal Volume is the air that moves in and out of each lung. Spontaneous movement of particles from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration. Diffusion By: Regan Kerr Hyaline cartilage is the most abundant of all the cartilage, which is a glossy type tissue. Tidal Volume Respiratory System PowerPoint Hemoglobin helps spread oxygen, O2, throughout your body.

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