https://docs.google.com/document/d/1021zh1PouXy_RTbSHR81Iwb8D8KOiFhsd4G6MMo1P5E/edit?usp=sharing Working and comparing the orca with other animals, I really learned from the differences and similar traits we have compared to them. With all the similar organs we have, you can tell that over time different species were made to suit their environments. from having hearts in different locations to having more streamlined skin to better swimming capabilities. Learning things like this was very helpful in letting me understand the differences and similarities we have with the animals living with us.
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1021zh1PouXy_RTbSHR81Iwb8D8KOiFhsd4G6MMo1P5E/edit?usp=sharing What I learned from this project is that even though animals may look different they have many different qualities that make them come together. With the Respiratory system, Orca's and Humans have the same respiratory system and the same way of getting oxygen through breathing and they have lungs. While Earthworms and Frogs what they have in common are that they both breathe through their skin. I also learned that animals can take aspects from one another and turn it into their way of living, like how Orcas evolved from Hippos but then they turned fully fish and got rid of the fact that they can go on land but then they got a blowhole which allows them to go above land for a short period of time without dying from lack of water. They also have really long lungs that are bigger so they can hold their breath for long periods of time because they stay underwater for a long time. They also only breathe when they want to they can't do it automatically so they don't run out of the water. We made a model of the difference between the human lungs and the Orca's the Orcas re on the left the humans are on the right. We also have 2 other models which are a frog and how it gets oxygen through the skin and a worm.
https://sites.google.com/a/slabeeber.org/keystone-kramming/ This is Issac, Zadirah and I study guide for the Biochemistry Keystone
THIS GUIDE CONTAINS TOPICS FROM BIOCHEMISTRY, AND PRACTICE QUESTIONS.
Nyla, Tyayasha, Na'ir, Medina Keystone Kramming is a project that is presented to help you prepare for the biology keystones. You can never have enough studying especially when you want to do you best. So we created a website that provides with all the knowledge you need. We've created objectives, essentials, summaries, questions, and quizzes to test what you have grasp through website. Hope you guys can take some information from our website and it beneficial! Good Luck.