All About Jellyfish Jellyfish are very unique, aquatic creatures. They are classified in the phylum Cnidaria. The body of a jellyfish consists of 95 percent water, and in some species the percentage can range up to 99. It is umbrella-shaped and made of a soft jelly-like material. The wall of a jellyfish body is very fragile.
Dichotomous Key Worksheet Name Per. |Common Name |Scientific Name |Common Name |Scientific Name | |1. dog |Canis familiaris |8. canary |Serinus canaria | |2. shark |Carcharodon carcharias |9.
* Is the sample representative? Induction or inductive reasoning, sometimes called inductive logic, is the process of reasoning in which the premises of an argument are believed to support the conclusion but do not ensure it. It is used to ascribe properties or relations to types based on tokens (i.e., on one or a small number of observations or experiences); or to formulate laws based on limited observations of recurring phenomenal patterns. Deductive reasoning is dependent on its premises. That is, a false premise can possibly lead to a false result, and inconclusive premises will also yield an inconclusive conclusion.
One important discovery Shubin made is Tiktaalik, which is a 375 million year old fossil. Tiktaalik is a fish that has scales and gills, but its head is flattened like that of a crocodile. Like most fish, Tiktaalik’s fins have ray bones enabling them to paddle in water, but the most amazing thing about it is that it has interior bones which allows it to lift off of the sea floor, something unordinary for a typical fish. It would use its limbs for support like a tetrapod. Shubin shows how fin structures of fish like Tiktaalik mark the beginning of the evolution into the mammalian paw and opposable thumb structures in the hands of today’s primates.
Like other amniotes, turtles breathe air and do not lay eggs underwater, although many species live in or around water. Turtle, tortoise, or terrapin The word chelonian is popular among veterinarians, scientists, and conservationists working with these animals as a catch-all name for any member of the superorder Chelonia, which includes all turtles living and extinct, as well as their immediate ancestors.  Chelonia is based on the Greek word kelone, for armour or interlocking shields.  "Turtle" may either refer to the order as a whole, or to particular turtles which make up a form taxon that is not monophyletic. The meaning of the word turtle differs from region to region.
Finally it is drained into the ocean. 13. What makes some jellyfish so dangerous? Why was Marlin not affected? Most jelly fish are dangerous as they sting other creatures, when touched by one of their tentacles.
A major distinction of cuttlefish from other squids is the presence of the cuttlebone. Primarily composed of aragonite, it is a porous, hard, and brittle structure found internally. The shell itself is chambered and made up of microscopic narrow layers connected by upright pillars (allthesea.com). The chambers become gas filled in the front and water filled in the rear to maintain the neutral buoyancy of the cuttlefish. The buoyancy allows the cuttlefish to hover over the floor of the oceans.
Squidward is a teal green octopus with 6 legs, four of which he uses for walking. All of his legs have suction cups on them. He has a prominent nose. Squidward never wears pants and usually wears a brown shirt. He has yellow eyes with red pupils.
When a deductive argument is invalid, it is automatically considered unsound. Inductive arguments are judged on whether they are strong or weak. If the premises of an argument are considered to be true and the conclusion is not likely to be false, it is a strong argument. If there is a possibility that the conclusion may be false but the premises are still true, then the argument is weak. When an inductive argument is weak, it is automatically considered
Moore believes this is a legitimate argument based on his criteria for a proof. The first requirement is that the premises must be different from the conclusion. The second requirement is that the premises must be demonstrated. The third requirement is that the conclusion must follow the premises. Moore also notes that there may other requirements that he does not even know that could be needed to make a proof.