After obtaining 5 sheets of white computer paper (21.5cm by 28cm), Test 1 was performed. Test 1 consisted of 17 individually drawn 9cm diameter circles using different writing utensils (gel pen, dry erase marker, pencil, or permanent marker) for each circle, as seen in Table 1. A 9cm diameter petri dish was used as a guide to draw four individual circles per page; one top left, top right, bottom left, and bottom right, with four centimeters separating each circle. Once the circles were made, one termite was taken out of the petri dish and placed in the middle of first circle at the top left section of the first page. The termite was confined to the upper left section of the paper only and given 15 seconds to move over to the edge of the circle.
(Write in your answer book) Correct the mistake by drawing it properly on the plan diagram. (1) (1) (2) (1) Find one other mistake in the plan diagram. Name the tissue and write a comment about the mistake in your answer book. (1) 3.5 Locate the following tissue types in the plan diagram: • • • epithelial tissue soft connective tissue and specialized connective tissue. Provide annotations for these tissue types by copying and completing the table below in your answer book.
People who have inherited natural red hair are more prone to thermal pain. Because of this researches and scientists have tried to find why red heads are more prone to sunburn by analyzing the genetics of these individuals. Since the mutation in the MC1R gene determines hair color, it may also affect red heads pain sensitivity. A red hair gene must be carried by both people in order to pass it down to the next generation. Even if neither of the
In this collage, the textures are emphasized. (See example of the portrait of the little girl with a toy) Pattern Due Date____________________ 1. Print with a sponge, rubber stamp, or eraser dipped in tempera paint random markings on a piece of colored paper to demonstrate an irregular pattern. 2. On another piece of colored paper, draw rows of squares the same size all over the paper.
G. Compare the values of the measured angles with the average computed values and determine their difference. 2. Determination of the sides of a right triangle when the hypotenuse and one angle are measured: A. Create a new triangle by taping the bottom of the string to a different position on the floor or table, as in Procedure 1. B.
As the solvent moves up the paper, it carries along any substances dissolved in it, which are the pigments. The heavier the pigments the slower they move and they do not travel as far. Going in order from the heaviest to the lightest: Chlorophyll b, Chlorophyll a, Xanthophylls, and Carotene, which means that the lighter the pigment the better the substance is in dissolving in solvents. Photosynthesis
Each one of the trials was left for a twenty four hour time span. After the soaking period was up I removed the eggs and allowed them to dry. I put together a stain rating chart that I could use to determine different levels of stain. I rated each egg a level of stain based on a one to five (five being the heaviest stain rating). .
If he'd chosen black, he could have just gone with the "black death”, … instead of having to invent his own plague. Our suspicion is that it's because red's a brighter and more dramatic color than black, and tends to increase black's own "freak out" effect when the two are put together (as in the red and black room). (The Red Death in The Masque of the Red Death) Another view of In addition to that, Poe wanted the name of the plague to match with the symptoms of it. “Blood was its Avatar and its seal --the redness and the horror of blood”(197). Poe lost some people in his life because of tuberculosis that makes people cough with blood.
The woman’s red lips and red finger nails are the main focus of the picture because the artist does not want the woman’s luscious features to sink into the background. The symbolism behind Wesselmann’s use of the colour red and how it relates to sex is best described by Thomas Buchsteiner and Otto Letze, authors of the book Tom Wesselmann. The two note, “The individual elements of his pictures are combined in an apparently free interplay of forms and exotic reds to form a composition that expresses the spontaneity of sexual gesture” (Buchsteiner & Letze 35). Buchsteiner and Letze’s implication proves how Wesselmann’s use of the colour red contributes to his sexual expression. This vibrant colour highlights the notion of his passion towards women as he outlines (in red) a woman’s alluring