Bio

1. In the two-kingdom system, why were fungi classified in the kingdom Plantae?  They are sedentary.
2. There is(are) _____ eukaryotic domain(s).  One
3. The horizontal line indicating a branch on a phylogenetic tree represents ancestral forms of the named taxon, thereby illustrating the evolutionary lineage leading to that taxon.
4. Sister taxa are groups of organisms that share a unique common ancestor not shared by any other groups.
5. The point at which two or more lineages diverge from their

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The polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is an artificial method of replicating DNA under laboratory conditions. 1. Denaturation – DNA sample is heated (~90ºC) to separate the two strands. 2. Annealing – Sample is cooled (~55ºC) to allow primers to anneal (primers designate sequence to be copied) 3. Elongation – Sample is heated to the optimal temperature for a heat-tolerant polymerase (Taq) to function (~75ºC). Taq polymerase extends the nucleotide chain from the primers – therefore primers

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Explain what makes a selection method good; be able to apply the concepts of reliability, validity, utility, legality and fairness, and acceptability to appropriately evaluate different employee selection methods.

Reliability: It is the good question for understand. Acceptability : IMPORTANT Ex: role play
We have to be carrefull about the misunderstanding and ATTENTION because it is complicated to understand Abilities in a role play. 
Acceptability is the only step related to the person, the 4

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Bio 185

Frontalis

Orbicularis oculi

Nasalis

Zygomaticus major

Zygomaticus minor

Levatorlabiisuperioris

Levatorangulioris

Orbicularis oris

Depressor labiiinferioris

Depressor angulioris

Mentalis

Platysma

Sternocleidomastoid: O-sternum and clavicle

I-mastoid process temporal bone

A-

N-CN XI (accessory)

Omohyoid

Sternohyoid

Sternothyroid

Thyrohyoid

Scalenes

Lateral View

Massater

Temporalis

Buccinator

Superior rectusCN III (Oculomotor nerve)

Inferior rectusCN III (Oculomotor nerve)

Lateral rectusCN

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What is DNA recombinant technology?Recombinant DNA technology, joining together of DNA molecules from two different species that are inserted into a host organism to produce new genetic combinations that are of value to science, medicine, agriculture, and industry.#step involve in this technology step(1)identification and isolation of gene of interest step(2)joining of this gene into a sutable vector step(3)intruduction of this vector into a sutable organism step(4)multiplication of expression

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Iso

1 THE SOUND.  
Traditionally, sound used to be considered only as a background, and, consequently, it was a secondary creative function. Until the 60s in the credits only appeared the head of sound of the studio.  However, due to the fact that the soundtrack is built separately from the images and, therefore, can be manipulated independently converts sound into an element of great importance. Some of the reasons that make sound a fundamental element:

  1. Create a different way of perceiving. Visual

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