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  • Name:
    Pakicetus (Greek for "Pakistan whale"); pronounced PACK-ih-SEE-tuss
    Habitat:
    Shores of central Asia
    Historical Epoch:
    Early Eocene (50 million years ago)
    Size and Weight:
    About 3 feet long and 50 pounds
    Diet:
    Fish
    Distinguishing Characteristics:
    Small size; dog-like appearance
    About Pakicetus:

  • little deer-like animals are a sister taxon to whales

  • Name:
    Kutchicetus (Greek for "Kachchh whale"); pronounced KOO-chee-SEE-tuss
    Habitat:
    Shores of central Asia
    Historical Epoch:
    Middle Eocene (46-43 million years ago)
    Size and Weight:
    About 8 feet long and a few hundred pounds
    Diet:
    Fish and squids
    Distinguishing Characteristics:
    Small size; unusually long tail

  • Fish that occupy Lake Ontario

    Brown trout
    Bachforelle

    Steelhead
    Steelhead

    sky-rocketing Steelhead
    explodierende Steelhead

    Chinook Salmon
    Chinook Salmon

    King Salmon
    King Salmon

    smallmouth bass
    Schwarzbarsch

    yellow perch
    gelben Barsch

  • Name:
    Dorudon (Greek for "spear-toothed"); pronounced DOOR-ooh-don
    Habitat:
    Seashores of North America and northern Africa
    Historical Epoch:
    Late Eocene (41-33 million years ago)
    Size and Weight:
    About 16 feet long and half a ton
    Diet:
    Fish and mollusks
    Distinguishing Characteristics:
    Small size; distinctive teeth

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  • Patrick Sayers
    12/3/12
    Period 9
    Conclusion and Discussion Part 1
    1) As exercise occurs, what happens to pulse rate? Exercise causes your heart to work harder to deliver more blood to energy-hungry muscles, which increases your heart rate

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    12/5/12
    Period 9

  • Name:
    Ambulocetus (Greek for "walking whale"); pronounced AM-byoo-low-SEE-tuss
    Habitat:
    Shores of central Asia
    Historical Epoch:
    Early Eocene (50 million years ago)
    Size and Weight:
    About 10 feet long and 500 pounds
    Diet:
    Fish and crustaceans
    Distinguishing Characteristics:
    Webbed feet; narrow snout

  • DO NOT WRITE ON THIS TEST- USE ANSWER DOCUMENT FORM: A

    1

    AP Biology-Chapter #6 & 7 Review

    Multiple Choice

    Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

    1. All of the following are part of a prokaryotic

    cell except

    a. DNA.

    b. a cell wall.

    c. a plasma membrane.

  • 1

    Kingston College Biology CAPE Unit 1

    Proteins Worksheet

    Name: ________________________________ Date: _________________________

    1. Draw a simple amino acid molecule and label each part. [3]

    2. Polypeptide chains are formed by ______________ bonding and is added to the _________________________

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    Name _______________________________ Date _________________ Period _________

    Extraordinary properties of Water ppt Questions

    1. What is the formula for a molecule of water?

    2. Which atom in water attracts more negative electrons?

    3. Water is a ________________ molecule because it has an equal number of

  • METHODS OF

    CONTRACEPTION

    Then are two categories of contraception:

    ?Non- Hormonal

    ?Hormonal

    Non ? Hormonal Methods

    ? Non-hormonal contraception works by either preventing sperm fertilising an egg or

    preventing the implantation of a fertilised egg into the lining of the womb, without

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