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Tuesday, May 30

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    5). Cut into the jaw and identify the structures labeled on the diagram.
    6). Do you have sex with your snake
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    5). Cut into the jaw and identify the structures labeled on the diagram.
    6). Do you have sex with your snake
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Tuesday, April 18

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    EARTHWORM DISSECTION {Earthworms[1].jpg} (Lumbricus terrestris)
    DISSECTION
    {Earthworms[1].jpg}
    Note: Students are expected to utilize this site as they dissect the earthworm.

    BACKGROUND
    EXTERNAL ANATOMYThis site will help greatly in your analysis of the external anatomy of the earthworm. Use it to help you identify parts of the worm.
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Friday, April 7

  1. page Snake Dissection edited hey y'all ... proof house that that we mentioned Snakes are cold-blooded, or ectothermic…

    hey y'all
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    proof house thatthat we mentioned
    Snakes are cold-blooded, or ectothermic, meaning that their bodies rely on the sun and heat to regulate their body temperatures. Their bodies are covered with overlapping scales made out of keratin, which is what our fingernails are made from. The scales are shed as the snake grows and help snakes hold in moisture. We, as humans, lose our skin cells too, but not all at one time like snakes
    Snakes are in the class Reptilia, which are in the phylum Chordata, meaning that they are vertebrates, animals with backbones. Humans have 32 vertebrae, while snakes have at least 100 vertebrae. Some have as many as 400! The flexibility of a snake’s jaw allows it to engulf larger animals. This is due to the fact that the jaws are not rigidly attached to its skull.
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  2. page Snake Dissection edited hey y'all In a way this is similar to the zombie snake proof house that we mentioned last yea…

    hey y'all
    In a way this is similar to the zombie snake proof house that we mentioned last year, but this seems so much more realistic - and the possibilities with this one are endless.
    Snakes are cold-blooded, or ectothermic, meaning that their bodies rely on the sun and heat to regulate their body temperatures. Their bodies are covered with overlapping scales made out of keratin, which is what our fingernails are made from. The scales are shed as the snake grows and help snakes hold in moisture. We, as humans, lose our skin cells too, but not all at one time like snakes
    Snakes are in the class Reptilia, which are in the phylum Chordata, meaning that they are vertebrates, animals with backbones. Humans have 32 vertebrae, while snakes have at least 100 vertebrae. Some have as many as 400! The flexibility of a snake’s jaw allows it to engulf larger animals. This is due to the fact that the jaws are not rigidly attached to its skull.
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  3. page Snake Dissection edited ... 4). Measure the length of your snake in cm. 5). Cut into the jaw and identify the structures …
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    4). Measure the length of your snake in cm.
    5). Cut into the jaw and identify the structures labeled on the diagram.
    6). Do you have sex with your snake
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Tuesday, January 3

  1. page Snake Dissection edited hey y'all Snakes are cold-blooded, or ectothermic, meaning that their bodies rely on the sun a…

    hey y'all
    Snakes are cold-blooded, or ectothermic, meaning that their bodies rely on the sun and heat to regulate their body temperatures. Their bodies are covered with overlapping scales made out of keratin, which is what our fingernails are made from. The scales are shed as the snake grows and help snakes hold in moisture. We, as humans, lose our skin cells too, but not all at one time like snakes
    Snakes are in the class Reptilia, which are in the phylum Chordata, meaning that they are vertebrates, animals with backbones. Humans have 32 vertebrae, while snakes have at least 100 vertebrae. Some have as many as 400! The flexibility of a snake’s jaw allows it to engulf larger animals. This is due to the fact that the jaws are not rigidly attached to its skull.
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  2. page Snake Dissection edited hey Snakes are cold-blooded, or ectothermic, meaning that their bodies rely on the sun and hea…

    hey
    Snakes are cold-blooded, or ectothermic, meaning that their bodies rely on the sun and heat to regulate their body temperatures. Their bodies are covered with overlapping scales made out of keratin, which is what our fingernails are made from. The scales are shed as the snake grows and help snakes hold in moisture. We, as humans, lose our skin cells too, but not all at one time like snakes
    Snakes are in the class Reptilia, which are in the phylum Chordata, meaning that they are vertebrates, animals with backbones. Humans have 32 vertebrae, while snakes have at least 100 vertebrae. Some have as many as 400! The flexibility of a snake’s jaw allows it to engulf larger animals. This is due to the fact that the jaws are not rigidly attached to its skull.
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Monday, October 3

Friday, May 20

  1. page Snake Dissection edited Karena Im going to fail ' Snakes are cold-blooded, or ectothermic, meaning that their bodies …

    Karena Im going to fail
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    Snakes are cold-blooded, or ectothermic, meaning that their bodies rely on the sun and heat to regulate their body temperatures. Their bodies are covered with overlapping scales made out of keratin, which is what our fingernails are made from. The scales are shed as the snake grows and help snakes hold in moisture. We, as humans, lose our skin cells too, but not all at one time like snakes
    Snakes are in the class Reptilia, which are in the phylum Chordata, meaning that they are vertebrates, animals with backbones. Humans have 32 vertebrae, while snakes have at least 100 vertebrae. Some have as many as 400! The flexibility of a snake’s jaw allows it to engulf larger animals. This is due to the fact that the jaws are not rigidly attached to its skull.
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