2. FISH
All fish are aquatic vertebrates. Some live in fresh water and some in salt water.
 Body features
✓ FUSIFORM body.
✓ Fish limbs are FINS. Most fish have: 2 pectoral fins, 2 pelvic fins, one caudal fin, one anal fin and one or more dorsal fins. However, there are exceptions.
✓ Their body is covered with SCALES, which are overlapped. Sharks and rays have small denticles instead of flat scales.
✓ They have a sensory organ, the LATERAL LINE, which detects water vibrations.
✓ Most fish
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1 Lawson Dunford Professor. DeMarco The Good Life 11/29/19

What Constitutes The Good Life? It is in the best interest of all people to pursue ‘the good life’, but what exactly does this life consist of? Philosophers have been debating this topic for hundreds of years, and a plethora of perspectives have appeared. While examining the works of author Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi in, Flow, and Aristotle in, Nicomachean Ethics, these differing views can be observed. In each work,

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PAS is described as the process in which physicians make available medication, information or as well as medication that makes the patient or individual aware of the most easily and available means for taking their lives. This can apply where the patient is administered at medication that aids in taking their life. This is also called<a href=”http://”>

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where it can be passive or active. Life-supporting therapy is

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What type of cells relay information from the brain and spinal cord to muscles = motor neurons.
The resting membrane potential for most neurons is about= -70 millivolts.
Which of the following is part of the conducting zone of a motor neuron= axon.
By what process does the sodium-potassium pump move ions across the membrane of a neuron = active transport.
A resting membrane potential is the voltage difference between = the inside and outside of a neuron’s plasma membrane.
An action potential = is an

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animal kingdom

1. Characteristics of Animals Animals belong to the Eukarya domain and the Animalia kingdom. They evolved from protozoa about 650 million years ago through the development of multicellular organisms. 2. Vital functions in animals. 2.1.Nutrition function Nutrition of animals is heterotrophic, so they eat other living things. According to their nutrition, animals can be divided into:  Herbivores: plant eaters  Carnivores: animal eaters.  Omnivores: eaters of plants and animals.  Detritivores:

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1838, Mathias Schleiden and Theodor Schwann ● One or more cells form all living things. ● The cell is the simplest and smallest living thing that exists. ● All cells come from pre-existing cells. ● Every single cell carries out its own actions, although there is coordination between cells. cell structure ● Membrane: border that separates the cell from the environment. Through the membrane, the cell and the external environment exchange products: substances for nutrition enter and waste

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