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    The Dogs Digestive System

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    1.0 Introduction The similarities and differences between the dog and the lizards’ digestive and reproductive systems are explored within this essay. 2.0 The dog’s digestive system The dogs’ digestive system mainly consists of 15 different parts. These are the oral cavity, oesophagus, diaphragm, stomach, liver, gall bladder, pancreas, duodenum, jejunum and ileum, transverse colon, ascending colon, descending colon, caecum, anal canal and the rectum (Aspinall and Cappello, 2009). Each of these play

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    In a strict way, a community consists of all the organisms that live together in a particular habitat. Community structure concerns all possible ways in which the members of that community relate to and interact with each other. This includes the community-level properties that emerge from these interactions, such as trophic structure, energy flow, species diversity, relative abundance, and community stability [1]. Ecological communities are one of the most complex systems that natural scientists

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    example; the colourful flap of skin under the lizards throats (dewlaps) • How did the dewlaps change? Some lizards ended up in an area that was more open and sunny, this causes the lizard to evolve due to natural selection causing the dewlap to become darker in colour. If for some reason the two populations (lizards with light dewlaps and lizards with dark dewlaps) come together, the female lizards with light dewlaps will not recognise the male lizards with dark dewlaps as members of the same species

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    p. 196). For example, if I witness my mother being fearful towards lizards, then I’ll develop a phobia for lizards also. This process occurs because the displayed fear of lizards from my mother (UCS) generates phobias within myself (UCR) (Powell et al., 2013, p. 196). Lizard (NS): Display of fear by mother (UCS) → Fear (UCR) Lizard (CS) → Fear (CR) When exposed to a lizard for certain period, possessing a phobia only to one lizard is detrimental. Stimulus discrimination is “the tendency for [responses]

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    Artificial Refugeation

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    observed the unsuccessful artificial refuge for the endangered species pygmy bluetongue lizard found in grassland of South Australia. Listed as an endangered species, efforts have been invested to ensure the bluetongue lizard population does not decrease any lower. In their experiment, Ebrahimi et al. filmed how lizards entered natural burrows and compared it to how they entered artificial burrows. To observe how lizards entered natural burrows, they created 4 cages, each containing 71 artificial burrows

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    Essay On Herpetophobia

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    When exposed to a lizard or reptile at certain period of time, possessing a phobia only towards that lizard is detrimental. According to evolutionary context, it’s “more adaptive to” gain a phobia towards other lizards and reptiles as well through a process called stimulus generalization (Powell, Honey, & Symbaluk, 2013, p.140). In stimulus generalization, the conditioned

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    elusive flying lizard, also known as the Draco. From this biome I have chosen the draco lizard because it is my favorite and i know so much about it. First off, I need to give a little help on understanding what exactly what it is. And I am the guy that can help out on this little project. So, here we go! The Draco Lizard, also known as the Draco in its scientific name is the only known lizard to fly or glide. The Draco is in the agamidae classification and has the Genus rank. The lizards ribs and

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    Organisms require food resources to obtain energy for survival and reproduction. From the food that organisms consume they acquire energy needed for metabolic processes such as respiration, growth, and reproduction. Some organisms have the ability to get food resources better than others. The amount of food availability in a specific habitat is limited, therefore organisms that are not able to get the food resources most likely will go to a unfilled niche to get their food resources. Because there

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    Speciation

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    comprised of observations of lizard morphology (body form), geological age estimates of various islands in the Canary Island Archipelago, geographic distances, and genetic distances based on nucleotide base differences in DNA between different populations of lizards. (Craft, Lab #6). Materials & Methods Materials: -Lab manual -# 2 pencil -ruler Procedures Using real data provided by the lab manual, we developed likely phylogenies for seven related populations of lizards living off the West co..

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    Introduction This report will be discussing the current network attacks/threats that have happened since 2013. The attacks/threats that this report will look at are: the Sony PlayStation Network attack and the Ashley Madison attack. The report will also look at what types of attacks they were, who was responsible for the attacks, when did the attacks occur, what damage did it do to the networks, how did the attackers do it, who got affected by these attacks, what were the implications for these attacks

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