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Transcript: Subtitle goes here Presentation Headline About Introduction This is the first slide for introducing your project or idea. Idea Get to the main point of your Presentation. Second Topic Fill the Slides with Beautiful Content Example text here. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in repre henderitas in voluptate. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in repre henderitas in voluptate." We've filled the entire template with example slide designs and elements: Need Content Ideas? Security "This is example dummy text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed dods eiusmo" Mobile Friendly "This is example dummy text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed dods eiusmo" Analytics "This is example dummy text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed dods eiusmo" Innovative "This is example dummy text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed dods eiusmo" Time-Effective "This is example dummy text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed dods eiusmo" Well-Documented "This is example dummy text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed dods eiusmo" Time Present important dates and events Make a Timeline Present important dates and events 1999 Present important dates and events 2002 Learn from past mistakes 2006 Zoom in for the small details 2020 Present important dates and events 2000 Present important dates and events 2004 Present important dates and events 2011 Business This slide is meant for your boring charts and graphs How's Business? Item 1 Item 2 Item 3 Item 4 Item 5 Item 6 Display how much you charge your customers Pricing Table Beginner $12 Feature #1 Feature #2 Feature #3 Feature #4 Expert $25 Feature #1 Feature #2 Feature #3 Feature #4 For Dummies $100 Feature #1 Feature #2 Feature #3 Feature #4 Free $0 Feature #1 Feature #2 Feature #3 Feature #4 Investor $900 Feature #1 Feature #2 Feature #3 Feature #4 Gallery Everybody loves images. Make a Gallery Add a short description of the image or project here. Image #1 Add a short description of the image or project here. Image #2 Add a short description of the image or project here. Image #3 Add a short description of the image or project here. Image #4 Add a short description of the image or project here. Image #5 Add a short description of the image or project here. Image #6 Add a short description of the image or project here. Image #7 Add a short description of the image or project here. Image #8 Show more details of a single project Single Item Project Details "This is example dummy text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed dodes eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in repre henderitas in voluptate." "This is example dummy text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed dodes eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in repre henderitas in voluptate." Map Use the world map to pinpoint locations World Map - Add details here - Add details here - Add details here - Add details here Team Who are the people working with you? You are Not Alone Gerardo M. Oliver This is an example dummy placeholder text area. Lorem ipsum dolor sit apisa kotiram ametis, cons iteecas tetureu adipiscing elit sed quia, CEO Analyst Sales Developer Karla J. Walsh This is an example dummy placeholder text area. Lorem ipsum dolor sit apisa kotiram ametis, cons iteecas tetureu adipiscing elit sed quia, Bradley Sherman This is an example dummy placeholder text area. Lorem ipsum dolor sit apisa kotiram ametis, cons iteecas tetureu adipiscing elit sed quia, Sue E. Marquez This is an example dummy placeholder text area. Lorem ipsum dolor sit apisa kotiram ametis, cons iteecas tetureu adipiscing elit sed quia, Shine some light on the important people Single Person View Senior Data Analyst Karla J. Walsh This is an example dummy placeholder text area. Lorem ipsum dolor sit apisa kotiram ametis, cons iteecas tetureu adipiscing elit sed quia, Contact How can People Get in Touch with You? Contact Details email@mail.com website.com fb.com/user.com lnked.in/user +1-202-555-0184 Communication - the human connection - is the key to personal and career success. Change colors, rearrange topics, add your own content Customize this template: https://prezibase.com Get this Prezi Template from:

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Transcript: GOAL! A project worked on by Luke Christopher, Kaylee Corbi, and Dean Brockson Step 2. Generate Concepts Step 3. Design a solution I hope I get a passing grade. A puzzle company has a puzzle cube that they would like to make available to clients with Cerebral Palsy, but they know that in the current state the cube may be difficult for those clients to grip. Our job is to create a version of that puzzle cube for 5-through-10-year-olds with CP. Dean had the job of a multiview sketch in the notebook, Luke created it in the computer, and I am presenting. On November 2, 2016, we began to individually make thumbnail sketches that feature different enhancements that could make puzzle piece 6 easier to grip. The group shared all of their drawings on November 4th and decided that Dean's piece was the most efficient by means of shape, size, and grip. Later on November 7th, we noticed a flaw in the design - the piece had nothing for someone to grip onto. Then, Dean made the change of adding a wide handle to the piece where they could fit about 2 fingers. Over the course of a few days, Luke was able to interpret our new and improved puzzle piece into the program Autodesk 123D Design. He made a piece identical to the original in shape, but 4 times the size. It also has a circular handle as you will see in a moment. Another plan was to change the material to make it more rubbery, but there is no way to find that out with this program. Step 1. Define the Problem Puzzle, Puzzle, Puzzle, inc. Thank you!

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Transcript: Wildlife species interact with each other in numerous, complex ways. Fortunately, we can make some general statements about these interactions. This enables us to better understand the role species play within their communities and how individual species can positively or negatively affect the species around them. The first one is.. It is indicated by the quality of benefit or harm in terms of fitness experienced by participants in an interaction. There are six possible combinations, ranging from mutually beneficial through neutral to mutually harmful interactions. Two species will interact differently under different conditions.! WE HAVE.. describes the relationship between two species which interact but do not affect each other. It describes interactions where the fitness of one species has absolutely no effect whatsoever on that of the other. Since true neutralism is rare or nonexistent, its usage is often extended to situations where interactions are merely insignificant or negligible. ... example Amensalism This is commonly the effect when one species produces a chemical compound (as part of its normal metabolic reactions) that is harmful to the other species. In this sense the impeding organism can be said to be negatively affected by the other's very existence, making it a +/- interaction. Allelopathy, in which some plants produce chemical compounds that inhibit the growth of nearby would-be competitors, is one type of amensalistic interaction. ...example Competition Competition is a mutually detrimental interaction between individuals, populations or species, but rarely between clades. Synnecrosis is a particular case in which the interaction is so mutually detrimental that it results in death, as in the case of some parasitic relationships. It is a rare and necessarily short-lived condition as evolution selects against it. ...example In antagonistic interactions one species benefits at the expense of another. This is also known as... Predation is an interaction between organisms in which one organism captures biomass from another. Predation has driven the evolution of some truly amazing phenomena, such as crypsis (camouflaging coloration), aposematism (warning coloration), mimicry, and other ways animals avoid being eaten. Commensalism Commensalism benefits one organism and the other organism is neither benefited nor harmed. It occurs when one organism takes benefits by interacting with another organism by which the host organism is not affected. Mutualism Mutualism is an interaction between two or more species, where species derive a mutual benefit, Similar interactions within a species are known as co-operation. One or both species involved in the interaction may be obligate, meaning they cannot survive in the short or long term without the other species. Interactions classified by mechanism there are two types.. Symbiosis refers to the members of two different species (i.e., two populations) having some sort of ecological interaction that affects both populations It can be used to describe relationships where one organism lives on or in another, or it can be used to describe cases where organisms are related by mutual stereotypic behaviors. In either case symbiosis is much more common in the living world and much more important than is generally assumed. Competition Competition can be defined as an interaction between organisms or species, in which the fitness of one is lowered by the presence of another. Limited supply of at least one resource (such as food, water, and territory) used by both is required. Competition is one of many interacting biotic and abiotic factors that affect community structure. intraspecific competition Competition among members of the same species interspecific competition competition between individuals of different species Antagonism There are 2 categories of species interactions. end of lesson.. Predation or Parasitism ...example vs. Interactions categorized by effect (cc) photo by medhead on Flickr Neutralism here are some examples... (cc) photo by medhead on Flickr Species Interaction

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