A loud beeping noise wakes me up at 7:45 A.M. I am under the blankets in my bed, while the air conditioner is blasting cool air. The shades are down on my windows, trying to block any light, but the sun is so bright, the shades are barely helping. I get out of my bed to shut my air conditioner off, and get ready for my day at Lackawanna College. As I head down to the kitchen, I smell the fresh coffee brewing and the bagels toasting. I grab a drink of water and feel it go down my throat to quench my thirst. As I am about to leave my house to go to school, I notice the morning dew on the grass, the sun shining, and birds chirping, looking for food. I start to drive, and there seems to be more traffic on the road then usual. I see people drinking their coffees, talking on their cell phones, and driving at a fast speed, as if they were racing the other cars. As I drive into Scranton, I notice the traffic is busier than before. There are fire sirens blaring, and many cars are stopped. It is that time where everyone is trying to get to school and work, and a parking spot where they don’t have to pay a meter. I try to find a parking spot as well, which leaves me no luck. I am stuck parking at a meter across from the school. I put three dollars worth of quarters in the meter, and head into Angeli Hall. As I walk in the front entrance, I see many people walking in with their books and utensils, ready to start the first day. The security guard in the front also greets me. I head
more clear that the article is going to talk about as relationship between Cavalria major and dodo birds in an island called Mauritius, related to coevolution. So I think the author introduces the topic in clear terms.
2. The author introduces what Calvaria major is, how it used to be germinated in the past in presence of dodo, and relationship between extinction of Calvaria major germination and dodo. However, it would have been easier to follow his article if he briefly had described definition…
Engraving of the extinct dodo
The dodo was a large flightless bird that lived on Mauritius, an island in the Indian Ocean. The island was uninhabited, and the dodo had no natural predators. Then Mauritius was colonised by the Dutch in 1638. Dodos were hunted for food, and they were easy to catch because they were not afraid of people. New competitors were brought onto the island, including pigs, cats and rats, which ate the dodos' eggs and their young. Within 80 years, the dodo was extinct…
does not only give Alice the ability to manipulate her size when ever she feels but also allows Alice to win first place in the caucus race. She is awarded her own thimble by a Dodo bird. “Then they all crowded round her once more while the Dodo solemnly presented the thimble” (24). It is no coincidence that the Dodo bird, being extinct, presents Alice with the first place prize. Lewis Carroll is symbolizing that the top of the food chain holds the power and when a species goes extinct they bestow…
and decided if it should be moved to a different category of the list.
The IUCN has 7 categories that all animals are placed into. The worst is extinct, meaning there are no more animals in this species found anywhere. Creatures like dinosaurs and Dodos are on this part of the list. And the IUCN works tirelessly to keep anymore animals from being on it. The second category is Extinct in the Wild, meaning the only place this species can be found is in zoos or special conservation programs. The Northern…
back animals would mend for our ancestors ways. In the past over hundreds of thousands even millions of species. Whoever has a bear pellet in there garage or a place which they own is a main cause of extinction. Because of all the DNA we have a dodo bird which went extinct hundreds of years ago if we were to clone them we could be the first generation to perform de-extinction. Running out of time to mate, tigers are beginning to die, but with cloning we could make it so there are still some real…
produced using human brain tissue as the starting material?
A paleontologist has recovered a bit of tissue from the 400 year old preserveed skim of an extinct dodo. The researcher would like to compare DNA from the sample with DNA from living birds. Which of the following would be most useful for increasing the amount of dodo DNA available for testing?
Expression of a closed eukaryote gene in a prokaryotic cell involves many difficulties. The use of mRNA and reverse transcriptase…
think there is a new invisible force same situation with dark matter. This also shows the fact that our Universe is expanding faster and faster until it gets so fast that matter rips apart and we, plus the whole Universe will vanish, just like the Dodo birds. The string theory is the chance that there is a sub-atomic item that makes up a cork, which makes a neutron, which makes a atom. They look like glowing rubber bands. Deeper inside are extra dimensions rolled up in a ball–like form. These…
statistical effect in a treatment outcome study is large enough and meaningful enough to suggest that the treatment being tested would be effective in the world outside of the research study.
No One Style of Therapy has Proved Superior Overall
Dodo Bird verdict: The phrase used to sum up the “take home message” of outcome research in psychotherapy: No legitimate form of therapy is superior to any other in general outcome.
No correlation between effectiveness of therapy and year of experience of…
• multi-cellular eukaryotes
• cells surrounded by cellulose cell wall
• produce multi-cellular embryos from fertilised eggs
• autotrophic (make their own food) nutrition
Animalia E.g. molluscs, insects, fish, reptiles, birds, mammals
• multi-cellular eukaryotes
• heterotrophic (plants and animals) nutrition
• fertilised eggs that develop
• usually able to move around
Binomial Naming System: Genus then Species : minimises confusion – all scientists, in all countries…