Throughout this project, we learned a lot about how organisms have evolved and changes they make to their anatomy in order to survive. We now see how all different types of species have a lot of things in common that you wouldn't think of. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Aq9lKwRoq24Cy26zIk1hRLF706YMs7YYcPWm-I-YT_c/edit
My group and I did the respiratory system and we used our model to compare the lungs of a frog, worm,human,and lion. while doing this project I learned about how frogs and worms can breathe through their skin and we humans and lions breathe only through our lungs
When doing this benchmark I learned about the different organs and functions in the Circulatory System. I learned that humans and organisms actually have a lot of similarities. Humans and elephants have a few things in common such as 4 heart chamber, arteries, aorta, veins, and white blood cells. If I could do one thing over I probably wouldn't have did a poster and did something more 3D like instead
For this benchmark, we examine the circulatory system for each organism, human, frog, worm, and an elephant. I learned the traits that each organism had, some were similar and some were different. For example, the length of the blood vessels each organism had a different length. I learned the sizes of the hearts and hearts bpm. If I could anything about my benchmark it would be; using my time wisely because we would have been able to create a 3D model and finish the benchmark on time.
While doing this benchmark I learned about different types of systems within anatomy and how evolution has affected many things within the changes of organisms. Each system has a special aspect to it, each species has a unique difference and an important similarity. If I could change one thing about my benchmark it would be time management, I believe my project could have had more 3-D aspects but time was not used in the best way. https://docs.google.com/document/d/18cy2SavWfL0NHx67AuHuXAZwu3n87KChLkEOQ0CGG9c/edit?usp=sharing
In this project I have learned that organisms have a very different way of working, the reproductive system is an important part of an organism body because it keeps its population going. We work well as a group and used our time wisely. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xvYPY3QXD-kupDIOf6WZtaJibmp8BLXhYNBbL-yI_GI/edit
For this project we looked at the reproductive systems for a human, a frog, an earthworm, and the animal we chose, a domestic house cat. We learned that all these organisms have very different reproductive systems. As a group we worked very good together, no one person had to complete all or most of the work and we came up with a good project. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xvYPY3QXD-kupDIOf6WZtaJibmp8BLXhYNBbL-yI_GI/edit?usp=sharing
Throughout the course of time, it took to complete our project based on the nervous system, I learned a lot about the differences between the four organisms that we did research on. I got to learn about how the nervous system evolution based on how much the organism developed over time. I also got to learn about how the brain developed, got bigger and more complication as the necessity for reproduction caused change. Finally, I learned how the monkey species and humans have a very similar nervous system. I didn't know this until I did some reason. The main difference between them was the human had a cerebral cortex and the orangutan didn't. Link to Doc with Information https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OoUa4iH7qWpwbqJz07yD4sf2LJR119N1_2mfuQJ69Tc/edit?usp=sharing