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Digestive System

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A tube of epithelial cells, fore and hind guts lined with cuticle and must be molted

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Digestion Segments

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Foregut, Midgut and Hindgut

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What do insects need to survive

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Food  Oxygen Eliminate waste
Movement
Receive and respond to stimuli
Reproduction

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Digestion

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The breakdown absorption of chemical energy and the elimination of waste

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Dietary Necessities

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Chemical energy
Protein
Fats and Lipids
Essential vitamins
minerals
Water

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Digestive System

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Fore & hind guts lined with

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Event Driven News: news stories created due to dramatic events. Told by different perspective than official stand. Sometimes the media can’t rely on its real sources (journalists let other voices be heard)


Rally Around the Flag: Phenomenon when public’s and media’s reactions include patriotic emotions and tend to support the government’s action during the first stages of a conflict. Government’s ability to mobilize the media in times of conflict, affects the way the public perceives the

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Chapter 1
What are some of the reasons the world is increasingly threatening, according to Paul and Elder? (p. 3)
A world in which national mass media gain more and more power over the minds of people.
A world in which increasing numbers of civilians find themselves trapped in the crossfire of warring groups and ideologies.
A world in which privacy is increasingly penetrated by multiple invasive technologies: face-recognition software, DNA testing, e-mail review systems, credit card tracking, and

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TEMA 5: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION: Thanks to our senses we are aware of what is going around us, which helps us to survive. We are constantly hearing sounds, seeing figures, tasting food, smelling aromas and feeling hot or cold. Sensiyat reaches our senses is made up of sensations and perception. Sensations are psycho-physical phenomena. They occur when our sensory organs are stimulated. Perception is the interpretation of the senations captured by our senses. Both are selective. Our perception makes

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Anthropology is the science that deals with the biological aspects of humans and their behaviour as members of a society. Its area of activity covers three dimensions: the biological dimension, the cultural dimension and philosophical dimension of the human being:

a) Biological anthropology studies the anatomical and physical transformations experienced by humans throughout their biological evolution, as well as their origin and differentiation as a species in the animal world. Biological anthropology

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Drug Trafficking (I)
Drug consumption has been a phenomenon proper of every human civilisation since known records. Nowadays, the United Nations assesses in its 2015 Report that 1 out of 20 adults used at least one kind of drug in 2014. From these, over 29 million suffer from drug use disorder.
Among those drugs that are consumed in a higher degree and thus worth a more detailed analysis, we find opiates, cocaine, cannabis and synthetic drugs.
Drug Trafficking (II): Opiates
Opiates: main producers are
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