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Poisonous and Venomous Vertebrates
Poisonous and Venomous Vertebrates Ecological role of toxins Toxin Amphibians Reptiles Mammals The End References
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Marine Vertebrates Marine Biology
Marine Vertebrates Marine Biology Dr. Ouida Meier Representative Marine Phyla: Phylum Porifera Phylum Cnidaria Phylum Bryozoa Phylum Mollusca Phylum Annelida Phylum Arthropoda Phylum Echinodermata P..
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Unit III Reptiles and Turtles Information
.. so it hurts more, but not like getting bitten by a mammal with strong jaw muscles. Snakes can unhinge their jaws to swallow prey items larger than themselves. Snakes are ectothermic, meaning cold..
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Legal Issues Regarding Safety of Performers in the Adult ..
Legal Issues Regarding Safety of Performers in the Adult Film Industry by Maria de Cesare October 27, 2006 UCLA Think Tank ..During production of the 1997 movie Mimic, American Humane Association Re..
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Reptiles 310 million years ago
Reptiles 310 million years ago reptiles were the first vertebrates to make the complete transition to life on land Adaptations to Land Amniote Egg Waterproof Skin dry body covering of horny scales o..
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Pest Management Basics of Crop Production
.. Disease. Brown Dog Tick These are our two problem ticks. Deer Tick Wood Tick I'm sure that you recognize this beautiful spider. Black Widow Spider This is a very venomous spider that can inflict ..
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Dealing with Bugs and Critters
.. cramps can last up to 48 hours Get help if you experience high blood pressure, convulsions or anaphylactic shock. Brown Recluse Hobo Snakes Leave snakes alone Good snakes- Most snakes are not har..
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Unit II Kansas Arthropods Information
.. dark bands on abdomen. Hemiptera the true bugs Named for the cog-like wheel on thorax. Predacious and beneficial Not aggressive towards people, but the bite is extremely painful. Bush Cicada Homo..
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Chordates Characteristics common to ALL chordates
.. Other important characteristics improved circulatory system ectothermic - heat obtained from external sources endothermic - generate own heat Gaping is a means of cooling the blood Living Reptile..
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Reptiles and Birds OBJECTIVES
.. covering their body; in some, the shell is not very bony The turtle shell consists of 2 parts: a dorsal part, or carapace a ventral part, or plastron the animal's backbone is fused to the inside ..
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Aquatic Life Invertebrate Animals
.. Others use diffusion to pass the gases in and out of their body. Animals must be aware of their environment to obtain food seek protection from predators find mates and reproduce respond to their..
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Animals: The Invertebrates Characteristics of Animals
.. have sharp jaws Leeches - Class Hirudinea No parapodia, few bristles per segment Earthworm - An Oligochaete Earthworm Nephridium Earthworm Circulatory System Earthworm Digestive System Earthworm ..
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Aquatic Life Invertebrate Animals
.. circulatory system to transport materials, but use diffusion. Respiration also occurs through diffusion. They move to obtain food and escape predators. They can be both carnivorous or parasitic (..
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Animal Behavior Review
.. them avoid being eaten. True or False? 6. Animals use different methods in order to obtain the most for the least amount of 7. Predators hunt and eat other , called prey. 8. How does the hooded p..
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Amphibians Amphibian- Double Life
.. Toads are rough w/shorter legs Most frogs depend on water for life cycle Females lay eggs in water Males fertilize them Larvae are tadpoles Gills Feed on algae Incomplete metamorphosis Develop in..
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Advanced Emergency Trauma Course
.. wound Muscle relaxants Neuromuscular Blockade Labetolol clonidine Heat illness Heat Gain Metabolism- would heat up body 1.1 degree per hour Environmental Heat loss Convection- heat release from b..
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Invertebrates I. What is an Animal? Animal: multicellular, ..
.. of the organism 1. sponges: no nerve tissue 2. cnidarians: nerve net 3. worms and arthropods: groups of nerves called ganglia 4. mollusks: brain Coelom formation: body cavity formation 1. sponges..
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Invertebrates I. What is an Animal? Animal: multicellular, ..
.. the organism 1. sponges: no nerve tissue 2. cnidarians: nerve net 3. worms and arthropods: groups of nerves called ganglia 4. mollusks: brain Coelom formation: body cavity formation 1. sponges an..
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Reptiles 310 million years ago
.. defend themselves by signaling their presence. Some ward off danger by rapidly changing body shape - extending a hood like cobras Some hiss Others make mechanical noises - such as the rattle of t..
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Reptiles 310 million years ago
.. defend themselves by signaling their presence. Some ward off danger by rapidly changing body shape - extending a hood like cobras Some hiss Others make mechanical noises - such as the rattle of t..
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