How to Use a Microscope. Quarter 3 Genetics Links. Micro*scope - version 6.0 - March, 2006. Events. The ocean contains a universe of small wonders, an interconnected web of life.
Marine microbes are the root of all this life. Below is a simplifed version of how energy and matter are transferred in the ocean. Each box represents a general class of organisms, for example autotrophs. Arrows indicate the transfer of elements and energy between these boxes. Click on one of the boxes in the image below to see a slideshow of the organisms that comprise each group or scroll down to learn more. Phytoplankton Phytoplankton is a general term encompassing all autotrophic organisms. Nitrogen-fixers Nitrogen (N) is an essential ingredient in the recipe for life. Grazers: Zooplankton and More A colorful and varied assortment of organisms directly rely on microbes as a source of nutrition. Higher Organisms Beyond the microbial work-horses of the marine environment, there are the many creatures that depend on the productivity of the base of the food chain.
Viruses Heterotrophic Bacteria. Introduction to the Compound Microscope. UD Virtual Compound Microscope. Hawai‘i Institute of Marine Biology. Life and works of robert louis stevenson. "The web, then, or the pattern, a web at once sensuous and logical, an elegant and pregnant texture: that is style, that is the foundation of the art of literature" (RLS, "On Some Technical Elements of Style in Literature", Contemporary Review 47 [April 1885]) Welcome to the RLS Website!
- the most comprehensive web resource dedicated to Robert Louis Stevenson, designed for all: academics, school children and everybody interested in learning about RLS. This is the place for information on Stevenson's life and works - and much more. RLS is not just the author of Treasure Island and Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Oh, and don’t forget to check out images not seen by the general public before, and our free book serialisation. RLS Writing Competition for Senior School Students The RLS Website has reached over 1.5 million pageviews! RLS DAY 2013: An Evening with Robert Louis StevensonA Conversation with Louise Welsh and James Naughtie The RLS Site supports the new Stevenson edition, EdRLS. Other links. DNA: Key to Life (clip) Cell Biology: The Plasma Membrane (clip) Yahoo! DNA Structure. The wonders of a tiny cell. Biology- Cells. Interview with a Pediatrician. I often get interview questions from students about becoming a pediatrician.
Typical questions include how much school do you have to go through, what influenced you to become a pediatrician, typical salaries, etc. While I am going to answer many of those questions, if you are doing a school project on a career in pediatrics, I think it is best that you talk with a pediatrician in your community and do the interview in person. 1) What kind of education do you need to become a pediatrician? Pediatricians typically complete 11 years of training to become a pediatrician, including: 4 years of college 4 years of medical school 1 year of an internship in pediatrics 2 years of a pediatric residency Pediatric specialists, like a pediatric cardiologist or pediatric endocrinologist, also have to complete at least 3 years of specialty fellowship training. 2) How much does all of that schooling cost?
3) What should I choose as a major in college? Of course not. 5) Does it matter where I go to college?
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