Lion King—Ecology Reinforcement Scene 1: Introducing Baby Simba 1. List 3 Biotic Factors from the Lion King introduction. ___________________________________ 2. List 3 Abiotic Factors from the Lion King introduction. __________________________________ 3.
Soil pH: 1) Mix barium sulphate, a small sample of salt into water. 2) Record pH level * Describe how you estimated the size of your plant and animal population 1) Split up in groups and assigned to different quadrats 2) Count the amount of seedlings and crab holes in the certain quadrat 3) Determine the distance from the creek 4) Collect each group’s results and found the average and multiplied it by 50. 5) Divide the total area by 50 square metres. 6) Multiply the number of crabs/seedlings with the amount of 50 square metres. 4 * Describe how you looked at the interactions between the species When we were walking around Homebush Bay, we learned about how different organisms formed relationships with each other.
Unit 1 Lab 1: Environmental Awareness 12-12-2014 ITT Technical Institute Unit 1 Lab 1: Environmental Awareness 1) Please indicate your city, state, latitude, and longitude. City: Jacksonville State: Florida Latitude: 30.3369° N Longitude: 81.6614° W 2) What are the pollen count, wind velocity, and wind direction for you area? How does this contribute to allergic reactions? Pollen Count: Low 1.5 Wind Velocity: 3 MPH Wind Direction: North 3) What type of soil do you have in your city? What is your distance to the closest farm?
In the book, when Gorge finds out that Lennie is carrying a dead mouse with him, George takes it and throws it across the irrigation ditch. Unlike the movie, the novel starts out with George and Lennie at the camp site. It is also way for peaceful in the novel than in the movie. In the novel, the author shares with us that Slim has a thing for Curley’s Wife. Also in the novel, when Lennie flees from the ranch to the camp site to hide, he hallucinates by talking to Aunt
Natural Environments [ENVS10001] Eliza Qi (Huiyan Qi) Student Number: 691822 1.0 Introduction 1.1.0 Location 1.2.0 Observation point 2.0 Environmental Attributes 2.1.0 Geology 2.2.0 Landscape 2.3.0 Soil 2.4.0 Hydrology 2.5.0 Flora & Fauna 3.0 Conclusion 4.0 References 1.0 Introduction 1.1.0 Location This LFA report is for the site of “Ferntree Gully” which located approximately 27 kilometers east of Melbourne as a part of the Dandenong Range National Park. The areas of Ferntree Gully district is about 43 square kilometers. It is cover the suburbs Ferntree Gully and Mountain Gate as parts of Boronia, Lysterfield and Rowville. The planning of this area also takes into account the presence and management requirements of nearby
“Saving the babies, that was not practical. They were whacked against walls and trees of they were cut right away” (pg.107 of Machete Season online version on Google Play). Another Killer Adalbert re-accounts his first murder that he truly remembered when he murdered two Tutsi children with a gun. “I out the two children side by side… I stood still I shot twice at their backs… For me it was strange to see the children drop without a sound. It was almost pleasantly easy” (pg.
He closes his eyes, much too excited about the prospect of raising 50,000 pets. He opens them again to find himself five years in the future, in the middle of a biology classroom. He remembers just having learned about the kingdoms and some phyla of organisms. A scalpel in his right hand, a pair of forceps in his left, he stands over the rat that selflessly gave its life for his selfish pursuit of knowledge. So it goes.
Mrs. Frisby, a mouse, is attempting to watch out of her children on her individual since her husband was eaten through the cat of farmer, Dragon. In the season of spring, youngest son of Mrs. Frisby is sick, and he requires to be shifted before the farmer begins cultivating. But what can she do? She recognizes about the rats that live under the rose bush, and she determines to call on them for support. Soon she knows that the rats recognized her husband, and that they all used to be animals of laboratory together.