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Read Appendix B as a supplemental resource. 2. CheckPoint

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• Read Appendix B as a supplemental resource.

2. CheckPoint: Basic Processes

• Select one basic physiological process from the following list:

o Acquire and process nutrients
o Get rid of waste
o Reproduction
o Obtain information about and respond to external environment
o Movement

• Write a 200- to 300-word response explaining how that physiological process differs among the following organisms:

o Bacteria
o Grasshopper
o Fish
o Bear

3. Assignment: Human System Presentation

• Resource: Ch. 12 of Bioinquiry.
• Create a 5- to 7- slide presentation on a human organ system.
• Select one of the following organ systems:

o Nervous
o Hormonal
o Digestive
o Respiratory
o Cardiovascular
o Circulatory
o Urinary
o Skeletal-Muscular
o Reproduction
o Immune

• Address the following points in your presentation:

o What is the purpose of the system?
o What body parts make up the system?
o What are the purposes of those parts?
o Select one other organ system: How do the systems interact and support each other?

• Include detailed speaker’s notes on each slide.
• Format your paper, in-text citations, and references according to APA standards.
• Post your presentation as a Microsoft® PowerPoint® attachment.
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Homework
Expert:  asciandwildlifebio replied 6 years ago.
Hello Sweeney! This looks like several assignments. Would you be willing to consider the essay and powerpoint as separate questions, and thus 2 'accepts'?
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
yes, this is indeed two assignment. and I will accept two time for them.
Expert:  asciandwildlifebio replied 6 years ago.
Great, I can have this completed for you by late this evening.
Expert:  asciandwildlifebio replied 6 years ago.
Movement varies widely across different taxonomic groups, and different species. Movement is the process of transferring an organism from one location to another. Bacteria, fish, grasshoppers, and bears all use different forms of movement for travel. Bacteria have a very unique way to propel themselves through fluid substances such as cytoplasm. Bacteria have flagella. Flagellum are similar to tails found at the anterior end of the bacterial body, and create movement by having an undulating wave pattern. Grasshoppers have two modes of movement. They can fly using their wings, and they can also walk/run by using their leg and arm like limbs. And, of course they can jump by using their hind legs. Fish have a unique way of moving. They have streamline bodies which help them cut through the denseness of the water. They use their dorsal, caudal, and pectoral fins to propel them through the water. In some fish, gill action also assists with movement. Bears move using both their fore and hind legs. They can walk and run. They can swim, too. Bears may also choose to jump and climb in order to reach food and/or shelter. There is a plethora of ways that organisms move, but they all move for the same reasons: for food, shelter, and/or protections.
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