Transcript: Oxygen Cycle Photosynthesis Photosynthesis Plants take in carbon Carbon stored in plants Plants photosynthesize and make glucose Oxygen released Respiration Respiration A sink is something that uses O2 and releases CO2. Humans are sinks Biotic sinks breath in oxygen Biotic sinks breath out carbon Animals can decompose and release more carbon dioxide in their body Combustion Combustion Fire, a a-biotic sink is created Fire consumes oxygen The fire turns the O2 into CO2 The CO2 is released into the air Oxidation Oxidation When metal is exposed to a lot of O2 and makes rust Rust will take a lot of time to fully cover the metal Rust makes metal tools harder to use from tetanus Rust can break down metal Absorption Absorption Plants take carbon Plants store carbon Plants photosynthesize and make glucose Plants use glucose to make oxygen
Transcript: Sedimentary Rocks Are Formed By Erosion From Wind, And Water That Eventually Broken Down Into Layers Of Rock. Image Of Metamorphic Rocks They Can Be Found Deep Under Mountain Ranges. How Are Sedimentary Rocks Form? Rock Cycle By,Michael Williams Sedimentary Rocks Are Formed On The Earth's Surface. Igneous Rocks Are Located Where Lithospheric Plates Pull Apart At Mid-Ocean Ridges, Where Plates Come Together At Subduction Zones And Where Continental Crust Is Pushed Together How Do Metamorphic Rocks Form? Image Of Sedimentary Rock Image Of Igneous Rocks How Do Igneous Rocks Form? These Are Rocks That Was Once Sedimentary Or Igneous That Was Morphed Together. Where Are Igneous Rocks Located? They Are Formed Either Under Of Above Ground. Underground They Are Formed When Magma Is Trapped, Above Ground They Form When Volcanoes Erupt. Where Are Metamorphic Rocks Located? Where Are Sedimentary Rocks Located?
Transcript: CHOOSE YOUR TOPIC HOW TO ROB A BANK Separated Elements Download this Prezi Template from: HOW TO SIGN A DEAL? HOW TO SEND AN EMAIL? THE CYCLE Prezi Template ILLUSTRATE IT WITH SYMBOLS HOW TO MAKE MONEY? DESCRIBE A CYCLE OR A PROCESS . Create the Design Layout You Need https://prezibase.com Add Symbols From the Prezi Insert Menu GET TO LEND YOU MONEY?
Transcript: The Water Cycle By: Miss. Kwiatek and Miss. Strouse What is the water cycle? The Water Cycle An ongoing cycle of how the world's water moves between lakes, rivers, oceans, the atmosphere and the land. A continuous system, it can be a liquid (water), a gas (vapor) or a solid (ice). The Water Cycle Transpiration Transpiration The process that occurs when plant leaves release water vapor (a gas) into the air. Transpiration Evaporation Evaporation The process that occurs when the surface of liquid water heats and changes into water vapor (a gas). Evaporation Condensation Condensation The process that occurs when water vapor (a gas) cools and changes back into liquid droplets. Condensation Precipitation Precipitation The process that occurs when water is released from the clouds and falls to the ground in the form of rain, snow, sleet, or hail. Precipitation Accumulation Accumulation The process of water collecting in rivers, lakes, streams, oceans, and other bodies of water. Accumulation
Transcript: FASHION CYCLE CURVE CYCLES The Fashion Cycle CLICK THE CARD TO FLIP IT is the period of time or lifespam during wich the fashion exists moving through 5 stages from introduction through oboslence includes: introduction rise stage peak stage decline stage obsolence stage Introduction stage designs are first previewed fashion weeks at the major design center are in this stage Rise Stage Manufactures who copy new design clothes will reproduce the styles are apparel that cost less by using less expensive fabric fabric or by minimizing details. Peak stage most popular and accepted stage , merchandise has mass produced and distributed. -prices Not Low - popularity determines how long it stays in this stage Task 5 Double click to edit
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Transcript: During interphase many things occur to the organelles in the cell. The nucleus in the cell is protected by the nuclear envelope. The nucleus contains no less than one nuclei during interphase. The chromatin allows it to be easy for transcription and DNA repair in the cell. It also compresses the DNA into the nucleus during interphase. The centrioles are static and do not play a large part during interphase. When metaphase is in the process its chromosomes place themselves in the middle of the cell. The chromosomes that are still jointed in the center at an area called the centromere, are called sister chromatids. The spindle fibers on one of the poles in the cell connects itself to one of the chromosomes of each pair, called sister chromatids and the same occurs on the opposite pole. Cytokinesis The Cell Cycle Interphase Metaphase Jordan Lee Block 2 During anaphase the two sister chromatids of every chromosome are forced apart and moved to opposite sides of the cell. They were pulled apart by the spindle and were dragged by what is known as the kinetochores toward opposite sides of the cell. The chromatids play a large role in anaphase. Prophase Anaphase 11/14/14 Telophase During prophase very odd thing occurs, the nuclear membrane disappears. This occurs because it needs to allow the chromosomes to be able to stick onto the two cells that are new and forming. The chromosomes also become thicker and stronger. They also soon become visible in microscopes. Also, during prophase the spindle fibers form at opposite ends from each other. The centrioles do a similar thing during prophase they also move on opposite sides from each other. In the process of telophase, it creates a nuclear membrane which is used to seperate the cell's nuclear DNA and the cell's cytoplasm. On opposite pole nuclei begin to form during telophase. Then, chromosomes unravel and form into chromatin and the nucleolus reforms. Cytokinesis is the end of the mitosis process. In cytokinesis it seperate the two daughter cells. This process of cytokinesis makes sure to have a nucleus in each of the daughter cells. Also, cytokinesis began in the anaphase and all the way up to the telephase. All the stages helped make up the process of the cell cycle.
Transcript: Step 2: Call to Adventure Step 7: Climax/ Final Battle Step 1: Birth Step 9: Return Using only the resources given to you in class, complete the Heroic Cycle for your assigned mythological hero. Step 4: Crossing the Threshold Step 6: Helpers Step 11: Home Step 10: Elixir Step 3: Helpers/ Amulet The Heroic Cycle Step 8: Flight Step 5: Tests
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