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Harrisburg Middle School

Protist and Fungi; Plants. Animals; Birds and Mammals . Instructional Materials . ... compare and contrast sexual and asexual reproduction in plants and animals.

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BIOLOGYPRACTICETEST

Name _____ BIOLOGY PRACTICE TEST PRIONS 1) _____ Prions are composed of a. proteins b. ribosome c. DNA d. cells 2) How does a prion differ ...

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cells .ppt

Compare and Contrast plant and animal cells. ... Moneran Protist Fungus Plant Animal . One-celled ... animals plants fungi .

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Five Kingdoms of Living Things

Protist; Monera; Fungi; ... They feed on other plants or animals (parasites). Can be round or flat. ... Can you compare and contrast .

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Scope and Sequence

Biology - SC757 Scope and Sequence Unit TopicLesson Lab Objective Objective Objective Objective Biology Introduction Introduction to Biology What is biology?

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8unit9

c. compare and contrast different ... explain how microbes cause infectious diseases in both plants and animals. ... Fungi Insert Picture Here Protist ...

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Biology

... fungi, plants, animals. ... http://protist.i.hosei.ac.jp/GIFs/protists.jpg Unit of Study: ... Compare/Contrast Table # 443: Invertebrate Cladogram Transparency 29-2 ...

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By: Robert C. OBrien

Purpose for Reading . ... we should stop to clarify any unfamiliar or confusing words or passages. ... Compare and Contrast . Comprehension Skills page 34 and 35 ...

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AP Biology

Compare and contrast the 5 kingdom to 3 domain classification schematics. ... Chapter 31 Fungi . ... their symbiotic relationships with plants, animals, ...

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Chapter 10

... DNA sequencing places fungi closer to animals than plants) ... Define protist. ... Compare/contrast classification and identification.

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Chapter 26 - 34 in class follow along lecture notes

Ms. SASTRY 8 Chapter 28 - Plant Diversity 1 1) Where is life moving to in this chapter? 2) What are the four main groups of land plants? What are the main differences ...

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GHSGT Biology Review

Fungi, Protist . Practice: Decide ... Examples: Plants, animals, fungi, microorganisms . Ecosystem. ... 1. Compare and contrast a plant cell and an animal cell. 2.

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CHAPTER 44: THE NONCOELOMATE ANIMALS

C HAPTER 44: T HE N ONCOELOMATE A NIMALS C HAPTER S YNOPSIS Animals are distinctly different from other life forms studied thus far. They have no cell walls, move ...

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Putting Alabama Extended Standards into Practice!

In contrast to this is non ... Students must measure and compare in order to get credit ... Plants, animals, fungi, protist and bacteria are all biotic or living ...

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Scaffolding Reading Comprehension in the Elementary Grades

Variance in reading comprehension ... How Narrative Passages ... Types of questions found in K-3 materials Fact and Opinion Cause and Effect Compare and Contrast ...

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STANDARDS OF LEARNING: UNPACKED

Include compare and contrast with viruses and living vs. non-living ... Fungi; Protist; ... List several plants and animals that are characteristic of each ...

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Protists and Fungi pp. 72-101 ( Study Guide - Key )

KEY _____ Bacteria to Plants Chapter 3: Protists and Fungi pp. 72-101 ( Study Guide - Key ) 1. protist eukaryotes that have one nucleus ...

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Curriculum Based Measurement

... DO NOT READ THE TITLE Give 3 passages. ... response -scoring practice DAZE What is Reading Comprehension? ... Compare the student response ...

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Classroom Management Strategies for the Middle Grades Science Teacher

What is the impact of this wide range of temperatures on the plants and animals living ... Use a Venn diagram to compare and contrast one of ... protist, fungi ). Make copies of ...

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Structure Function of Cells

Compare and contrast the 6 kingdoms of living things. 5.5.(6) ... Protist Park: http://www.funsci ... http://classroom.jc-schools.net/sci-units/plants-animals.htm.

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Biology: Exploring Life Resource Pro

Summary of Key Concepts Concept 17.1 Protists are the most diverse of all eukaryotes. (pp. 380-381) Eukaryotes that are not animals, plants, or fungi are classified as ...

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Regents Reading Exam

9 reading passages (175-325 words in length) 5 to 8 questions per passage; ... Compare/Contrast Show similarities/Show differences or to show both;

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Extended Science Benchmarks Comparison

... plants, animals; parts of organisms: ... Compare and contrast ways in which selected cells are specialized to carry ... Kingdom categoriesprotist, fungi ...

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PLANT AND SOIL SCIENCE

PLANT AND SOIL SCIENCE 5170 CIP Code: 02.0401 Plant and Soil Science is a yearlong course that provides students with opportunities to participate in a variety of ...

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Parade of Kingdoms Review

that are not classified as plants, animals, or fungi . ... COMPARE/CONTRAST THE FOLLOWING . ... COMPARE/CONTRAST THE FOLLOWING . Plant . Protist .

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CHAPTER 36: FUNGI

C HAPTER 36: F UNGI C HAPTER S YNOPSIS Even though fungi have been traditionally classified with plants, the two kingdoms have little in common. Plants are ...

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Super QAR for Test-wise Students

Add short prose passages to test reading; ... Compare/Contrast . ... to sources of information for answering comprehension questions. Reading Research ...

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The BIG Idea

Name _____ Notes Page _____ 1 Protists Objectives List the animal-like, fungus-like, and plantlike protists and describe their characteristics. Identify the ...

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Text: Modern Biology, John H. Postlethwait and Janet L. Hopson (2006);

Biology Text: Modern Biology, John H. Postlethwait and Janet L. Hopson (2006); Holt, Rinehart and Winston. Supplemental Materials: Videos and laboratory manuals.

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Kingdom Identification

6.4.2 Give examples of organisms that cannot be neatly classified as either plants or animals, such as fungi ... plants and animals; compare ... compare and contrast ...

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