Lessons for Cell Transport

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  • Newton's Apple: Teacher's Guides - … carry to become more efficient than using individual cars for transportation? What kind of gasoline does your family put in your … this country is created through fermentation of corn. Microscopic yeast cells break down the starch and water, creating ethanol and carbon …
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  • Energy And Cars: What Does The Future Hold? - … just excavated a site that reveals a great deal about transportation during this time period. At this site, you've found … use both gasoline and electricity, and cars that have fuel-cells powered by hydrogen. Also discussed are the economic forces within …
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  • The Ice Age - … students investigate the tools used, how paleontologists protect specimens while transporting them to the lab, and what happens when the specimens … .5 to 4 billion years ago as simple, unicellular organisms; cells with nuclei evolved about a billion years ago, after which …
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  • Elephants - … through different levels of organization of living systems (e.g., cells, organs, organisms, communities) and between living systems and the physical … and organization of organisms accommodates the need for obtaining, transforming, transporting, releasing and eliminating the matter and energy used to sustain …
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  • Bacteria/ The Spread of Cholera Across the U.S. - … structures and organiza?tion of cells and tissues that underlie basic life functions including nutrition, respiration, cellular transport, biosynthesis and reproduction. Goals …
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  • Dear George – Using Census Data - … stewards of the land. He worried about the cost of transporting agricultural goods to markets and improving those routes. Washington asked … /current/AgriPricSu/AgriPricSu-07-21-2006 revision.pdf Long before cell phones, email and fax machines, people relied heavily on letters …
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  • The Seed Story - … . Clinging: Barbs, burs, or sticky substances cling to animals for transport. A bur is a cluster of dried fruits surrounded by … , which are commonly thought of as seeds. SPORE: A single cell that grows into an entire plant. It does not carry …
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  • Abc Books Aren'T for Babies! - … book might include amoeba, arachnids, or algae; bacteria or biomes; cells or crustacean; Darwin; ecology or evolution ... Other possible topics for … topics for alphabet books that begin with the letter T: transportation, television, Texas, Thanksgiving, trees, the thirteen colonies, the tundra, or …
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  • Plagued by Poverty - … diseases affect various elements of a society, such as economics, transportation, family life, and other aspects of daily life? - What epidemics … Science Standard 6- Knows the general structure and functions of cells in organisms. Benchmark: Knows that disease in organisms can be …
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  • Unplugged - … human energy, what are the implications for laptop computers, pagers, cell phones and P.D.A.'s? f. Why is the … military have in human-energy research? h. What sorts of transportation might eventually use human energy? i. Why is an ornithopter …
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