Transcript: Poster board template Poster Board conclusion Hypothesis Simple diagrams of experiment results All pictures shown should be available on google images Materials Data/graphs colorful title approximately two pictures names, hour etc... Shape representation of how procedure was done Background procedure Background slides straightforward large print results Pictures of DNA Pictures of E.Coli cell Pictures representing types of radiation Materials results Procedure Pictures of the materials or some sort of representation Effect of radiation on E.Coli by: Anthony Sinicrope and Sam Dietterich background Data and Graphs Simple graph of the result of the experiment Title page Conclusion
Transcript: BIOLOGY POSTER:Lily(lirios) Isabella Avellaneda 30/July/2020 One picture Common name One picture Scientific name Scientific name lilium auratum Scientific name Common name Common name lily height Geographical distribution Size and height 60 to 90 cm Geographical distribution Geographical distribution The place where the lily lives is Japan, India, and the Philippines. Pictures Flags Pictures (Male and Female flowers) Lily female: Reproductive season Form of reproduction Pictures (Male and Female flowers) Lily Male: Reproductive season Reproductive season I didn’t find the information Form of reproduction Form of reproduction Pictures (seeds) Pictures (seeds) Reproduction process (Description) References (Where you find all the information) Reproduction process (Description) Sexual: Lilies can be propagated by seed, and sometimes this is the only way to achieve real success in propagation. The flowers are hermaphroditic, so plants can self-pollinate. When grown from seed, lilies take two to six years to reach the flowering stage. Asexual:The easiest method of propagating lilies asexually is division.Simply separate younger plants and bulbs from the older ones in the fall, and replant them. Reproduction process (Description) References (Where you find all the information) References (Where you find all the information) I found almost all the information on google and took a few things in class
Transcript: cell Your name / Your company dd/mm/yyyy The Nucleus the Nucleus is like the driver because the driver instructs the car machinery on what to do, and the Nucleus instructs the cell on what to do The Nucleus Cell membrane Cell membrane The Cell membrane is like the car frame because just like the frame the cell membrane is meant to protect the inside of the cell just like the car frame protects the interior The Cytoplasm The Cytoplasm The Cytoplasm is like the car's hood, the hood of the car protects important organelles needed to make the car run smoothly. The cytoplasm contains all the organelles and protects them The Ribosomes The Ribosomes The Ribosomes is just like the transmission of the car. The transmission is where the steering wheel, the breaks and the clutch are all found. Like the ribosomes, the applicant of the transmission the car could functions but not go anywhere The endoplasmic reticulum The endoplasmic reticulum The endoplasmic reticulum can be compared to all the cars pipes and electrical circuits found all throughout the car, like the ER the pipes and wires carry multiple different things to different places within the car Golgi apparatus Golgi apparatus The Golgi apparatus is like the fuel tank because they both package things for secretion or send the fuel to the motor for it to run The mitochondria the mitochondria The mitochondria provides the energy the cell needs to move and function just like a cars motor, they both provide energy that moves either the cell or the car The vesicles The vesicles The vesicles are used when a molecule needs to move multiple times, the vesicles are a lot like wheels and axles on the car because they both are used to transport objects to their destinations multiple times if needed
Transcript: Alex Miller Biology Big Ideas Big Ideas 1. The process of evolution drives diversity and unity of life 2. Biological systems utilize free energy and molecular building blocks to grow, to reproduce and to maintain dynamic homeostasis 3. Living systems store, retrieve, transmit and respond to information essential to life processes 4. Biological systems interact, and these systems and their interactions poses complex properties The Big Ideas Title What is life? Best parts and Unit 1 + - Anatomy - Animals - Plants - DNA - Humans - Microbes - Environments - Bugs - Fossils - GMO - Cloning Best Parts of Biology: _ - The smaller, the better - Membranes are made out of fatty acids - Osmosis and Diffusion - Can we use cell membranes to fight cancer cells Unit 1: Membranes and Cell Sizes Energy for the cell Photosynthesis & Respiration Krebs Cycle Stages of Cell Respiration Glycolysis Calvin Cycle Mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell Chloroplast Unit 3 Show & Tell Atomic Ideas Zoom Title Even the Smallest Details! Go Viral Brainstorm Contact Info Connect
Transcript: Transportation of materials throughout the cell. Endocytosis and Exocytosis Endocytosis (a), is used for bulk transport of particles into cells, and occurs when part of the cell membrane forms around a particle, which moves into a vesicle, which moves into the cytosol. Exocytosis (b), is used for the bulk transport of particles out of cells, and occurs when vesicles within the cytosol fuse with cell membrane and the contents of the vesicle are released from the cell. Unicellular protists like Amoeba use Endocytosis to obtain the energy they need to live by engulfing large 'food' particles in sacs and digesting them. The Golgi Apparatus uses exocytosis to secrete its product from the cell. Diffusion (a), is the net movement of a substance, typically in a solution, from a region of high concentration of the substance to a region of low concentration, and this process doesn't require energy to occur, hence the term 'Free Transport'. Lipophilic substances can cross cell membranes readily, due to their ability to mix in or dissolve in with the lipids. Some substances that are unable to carry out simple diffusion through the phospholipid bilayer can gain free passage through the membrane with the assistance of protein channels (b). However, sometimes a protein channel alone isn't sufficient and a carrier molecule (c) is required to move the molecules down the concentration gradient through a protein channel. When a specific carrier molecule is required, the kind of movement is also called facilitated diffusion. Hydrophilic substances would need to use methods such as this, as they do not easily dissolve or mix in with the lipids. Active transport (d), is the net movement of dissolved substances into or out of cells against a concentration gradient. Because this movement is against a concentration gradient, it requires energy. The process involves a carrier protein for each substance that is actively transported. by Martin Chadderton Free Transport (Diffusion and Facilitated Diffusion) and Active Transport Osmosis is a special case of diffusion. The process of Osmosis occurs when a net movement of water molecules occurs by diffusion across a cell membrane either into or out of a cell. Osmosis is the primary means by which water is transported into or out of cells. Osmosis
Transcript: Infant Death Rate By Taylor Nygren -The number of infant deaths did decrease between 1900 to 1960 due to the introduction of modern medicine starting primarily in the 1940's. Procedure Background Data Table Experimental Design The title should describe the work to the reader. Include the independent and dependent variables. -Research death dates in cemetery's using interment.net -Create a rate graph the rates of deaths in infants and toddlers in the 1900's to the 1960's. -Put information onto a prezi.com using the Mini-Poster Template. Prezi.com Google.docs Interment.com -interment.net -prezi.com -The number of infant deaths did decrease between 1900 to 1960 due to the introduction of modern medicine starting primarily in the 1940's. -The point of this lab was to show the rates of infant deaths before and after the introduction of penicillin. - The Biological importance is that the use of common medicine helps babies sent to the ICU generally live longer. Results Introduction Methods Research Question Did the number of infant deaths drop from the years 1900 to 1960. -The point of this lab was to show the rates of infant deaths before and after the introduction of penicillin. - The Biological importance is that the use of common medicine helps babies sent to the ICU generally live longer. References Graph Discussion The introduction has two parts: 1) The question asked, 2) Background context—where does this question fit with what is known.
Transcript: Heart Drawing The printout of your own EKG , identifying the PQRST components of the graph. You should identify the mechanical events that take place during the heart beat (systole and diastole) and link them to the events of the PQRST sequence. A small drawing of the chest to show the relation of the alveoli to the passageways that bring the air into the lungs. You need to name these passageways. Heart Poster Template Explain what ventricular fibrillation is, and what a defibrillator does. Lungs A drawing of the coronary artery, in cross section, of someone who has coronary heart disease. Your drawing should show where the coronary artery is in your. Explain what a coronary thrombosis is and what happens to the heart when one occurs. What happens in the body, showing how the body cells and the capillaries exchange CO2 and O2, and the role of diffusion in this process. A drawing to show what happens to an artery when you feel a pulse. A picture of a capillary network, and an enlargement of one capillary to show what it is like. Body diastoli The measurements you made of your own systolic and diastolic BP. An enlargement of a valve, showing how it stops the backflow of blood. You need to explain in words or show with drawings (or both) what flexing your muscles has to do with how the blood gets back to the heart.
Transcript: Dental Hygienist what is the Job duties for a Dental Hygienist? cleaning teeth -polishing teeth -x-rays -telling the patient about good oral hygien -make molds for crowns What is the education for a Dental Hygienist? - A dental hygienist needs to graduate from an accredited school. Most dental hygienist programs only grant associates's degree,but some offer bachelor's and master's degree. In most private dental offices you only need an associates degree. You normally have to go to school around 2 or 3 years. How much money do they make? -the average for a dental hygienist is 61,992 yearly 5,166 monthly 263 daily 38 hourly Who hires dental hygienist? The people who hires dental hygienist are people are dental offices they want to make sure that you could work good as a team and with there other employes. What kind of technolgy do dental offices use? In high tech dental offices they use alot more but in most dental offices this is what they use. -computers -intra oral cameras -lasers -air abrasion cavity preparation system
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