The communication of Ants
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...ants are able to communicate with one another by use of smells, visual images, sounds and touch. Ants communicate with one another by touching each other with their antennae, and leaving a scent, so that other ants should follow (Oller, 2008). However, their language system is generic in nature, and they are not learned, as that of the human beings. Based on this fact, the communication system of ants is not complex. Question Two: The Communication System of Ants. Ants normally communicate with one another, through the use of pheromones, touch and sound. Pheromone... is a chemical signal that helps in the identification of the location of other ants. For purposes of...
Ants: genetical testing
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...ants belong to the same species can be determined through genetic testing of Leads, 2007). Careful transport and proper labeling of samples coming from each of the groups of ants must be made to ensure the viability of the sample for genetic testing. It is irrelevant if the ants collected are sterile or are female. They will all carry the genetic code of the mother. Since the mother mates with flying male ants then it is better to test for the maternal gene, which is a more stable and a constant variable. If genetic testing is not an available option then mere observation of behavior will do. Upon extraction of the specimen... from the location, its habitat must be simulated in the...
Depiction of Women Power in Waiting Years and Ants Swarm
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...Ants Swarm Introduction The depiction of women in Japanese literature has evolved with time. This is portrayed by the way altitude towards women changes in literature texts written at different times. Traditionally, women’s role entailed taking care of the children, the homes, and management of income. Men on the other hand were supposed to provide for the family. This essay will analyze and compare the characters Tomo in The Waiting Years and Fumiko in Ants Swarm. The analysis will demonstrate how the different stories address the issue of women power. Ants Swarm is a story by Ari Takaru that revolves around a female character Fumiko and her husband... Depiction of Women Power in Waiting Years and Ants ...
The effects of light and darkness on harvester ants and their ability to dig tunnels in dry and moist sand.
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...Ants Introduction The effect of light and darkness on the harvester ants as well as their capacity to dig tunnels in dry and moist sand was examined. In order to determine these, the ants were exposed to different conditions including moist and dry sand in the presence or absence of light and darkness. There are various types of harvester ant species around the world (Tschinkel, 1999).pogomyrmex barbatus commonly referred to as red harvester ant is one of them (Lavigne, 1969). The established colony can be up to 10 thousand ants. It is well known that these ants typically live in dry desert conditions (Lavigne, 1969). They are also favored in exposed... The Effect of Light and Darkness on the Harvester...
Urban Physiology: City Ants Possess High Heat Tolerance
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...Ecological Effects of Urbanization Ecological Effects of Urbanization Introduction Urbanization refers to the increase in the number of people living in towns and cities. Urbanization occurs due to the movement of people from rural areas to the cities (Cui and Shi, 2012). Mostly the change occurs when country is developing. Dawson et al., (2009) describes urbanization as one of those strong and anthropogenic forces in the world. Chadchan and Shankar (2009) noted that the fastest growth in urbanization started in the 20th century, and the trend was mostly notable in the third world countries. Migration from rural to urban areas occurs due to population pressure in lack of resources. Another... Effects of ...
Exhibition Design
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...ants on the wall reveals a typical natural way of the existence of the ants in their natural locality. The display portrays an equal similarity and proper rational drawing or picture corresponding to the wall. Proper selection of a background white or light color on the wall enables proper visibility of the art. This scenario enables excellent presentation... and appreciation of the art. The display presents a stream or path of hundreds of the ants migrating or moving from one place to another in a unidirectional manner. At some points, the ants converge revealing the exact natural behavior of the ants while travelling or in search for...
W 9 Chemicals and Pests- Discussion- environmental
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...ants, and the like that manage to make into our homes. Ordinarily, we would call an exterminator to get rid of the cockroach and ant infestation whenever possible. But when the finances get tight, we opt for the commercially available pesticides such as Baygon insect killers that seem to take care of the ants, roaches, and mosquitoes on a short term basis. I am not sure if you can call fly and roach swatting with a swatter, newspaper, or slipper an alternative form of pest control but that is what our family uses to kill the insects when the pest... W 9 Chemicals and Pests- Discussion- Environmental Just like any other home in the nation, we too have our own set of household insects such as roaches,...
How do the simple actions of individuals add up to the complex behavior of a group?
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...ants, flocks of birds, schools of fish, various land animal herds including elephants, and swarms of bees, it is evident that these swarms utilize collective intelligence to coordinate the various activities conducted by various subgroups to ensure the key objectives of the swarms such as collecting of food, protecting the habitat, and finding shorter paths to food sources are performed (Miller). This can be employed in the organizational setting with inclusion of mechanisms that would allow self-sufficiency of each... Collective Intelligence Animal swarms are bewildering, awe-inspiring, mesmerizing, and to some level hair-raising. Various events in nature are very mystifying with various questions...
Biology
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...ants belong to the same species can be determined through genetic testing ofLeads, 2007). Careful transport and proper labeling of samples coming from each of the groups of ants must be made to ensure the viability of the sample for genetic testing. It is irrelevant if the ants collected are sterile or are female. They will all carry the genetic code of the mother. Since the mother mates with flying male ants then it is better to test for the maternal gene, which is a more stable and a constant variable. If genetic testing is not an available option then mere observation of behavior will do. Upon extraction of the specimen... from the location, its habitat must be simulated in the...
Eternity and Time GRC
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...ants, the king pleaded with humility for more revelations. The boy reveals to the king parabolic ants... Lecturer: Themes in ‘Eternity and Time’ Spirituality and Divinity Indira is said to slew the dragon that holds the waters of the sky. In this case referred to as a god, his thunderbolt is flung into the ungainly coils and there is the waters streaming the vast expanse of the lands. Indira comes on to rebuild the majestic mansions and all the divinities view him as their saviour. This is equally said to be built by the god of arts and crafts, Vishvakalman. This absolute spirituality is manifested in that a destruction done to the home of the gods is repaired by the gods. The divine craftsman also...
The Fable
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...ants and grasshopper can be studied keeping in view the nature-nurture debate. The supporters of nature theory argue that the human traits and characteristics are innate ones, which are unable to bring or introduce profound alterations in their attitude and behavior. On the other hand, nurture theory views every human action as the product of learning process, where man learns everything from his social environment, and exercises the same he witnesses taking place within his social establishment. Some of these cultural traits appear to be disgusting ones to his personal, religious or moral values, which appear... ?Fable Module Module ID: The fables, maxims, idioms and phrases apparently look very simple...
The feeling of a poem
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...ants heading towards a garden but it is here that the ants are not successful and eventually are eaten up by three guardian turkeys that were over there for a watch. I believe that the author means to tell the audience even in the darkest of times there can be hope which is clearly seen in terms of the guardian turkeys. In the end the author states that there are people who may be going through this all the time but these people should know that there is hope in this world... as there was hope for this particular woman who was undergoing pain. I believe that the author has connected the stone to the worries of the woman along with the ants and hair that fell in her hand....
Salvador Dali and Surrealism
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...ants. The artist often includes ants in his paintings to symbolize death. A clock is hung on a tree. The idea for this painting appeared in Dali’s mind as an intuition while he was at home on a hot summer day. As he has had his meals his eyes got struck in some leftover half eaten Camembert cheese, which was got melt because of the heat of the day. This made him think for a theme for a painting when he saw a strange dream of clocks melting on a landscape. Dali was already working... assignment is due Salvador Dali is one of the greatest artists of all periods. Hewas a skilled artist who created extraordinary paintings that were Surrealist works. His paintings contained weird and striking images that...
Critical Evaluation
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...ants gather in forces and attack anyone who challenges their borders. Some species of ants have territorial wars where they engage in fight and the winning colony takes the other for slaves. Indeed, there are certain types of ants known to make slaves even in absence of war. They thus invade colonies... From The Damned Human Race by Mark Twain In Mark Twain’s The Damned Human Race attempts to disapprove Darwin theory which claims that human being beings ascended from the lower animals. In Mark Twain’s opinion, man is the one who descended from the lower animal and is thus lesser that all the lower animals. Twains argument is not successful but is flawed. On the contrary, Darwin’s theory, which places...
Criticizing an Argument by Analogy
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...ants are compelled to live a life where they would sit around the whole day without doing anything at all. What if they had to do this for a whole month or even more? What if the foraging ants, which are accountable for finding food, as well as bringing food that they find back to the colony never did their work at all? Appears impractical? Not for human beings. Human beings have the capability of watching television as if they were hooked to a drug, and they cannot do without it. People addicted to television, go through depression, articulating that they feel as if a friend has been lost, and demonstrate the signs of opiate-withdrawal, augmented... TV is a drug. Just say, No. Imagine that foraging...
Movie Analysis Paper
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...ant named as 'Z-4195'. The story revolves around Z who is not currently content with his present state; he believes that there is more to struggle in life apart from the basic necessities. There is this unpleasant state of revolt inside him that makes him fight for his rights and be different from others having the right to make decisions and choices for oneself... ?­ Movie Analysis Paper Movie Analysis Paper Antz is one of the most enjoyed animated movies ever. It has the credit of being the second animated movie released by Dreamworks Production in the year 1998. It is an adult comedy basically targeting adults and teenagers. The concept behind this movie is a political story taking birth from a young...
analysis/reaction paper
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...ant and the qat’ and Makhzangi in ‘The Pilot’ use metaphors from nature to confront these issues and what conclusions they draw. In ‘The ant and the qat’, Haydar describes a man who, by eating... Short stories reaction paper Both the Syrian Haydar and the Egyptian Makhzangi are well known for writing works which push the boundaries of acceptable Arabic literature. Indeed, Haydar has borne the brunt of the wrath of the Arab world after the publication of his novel Banquet for Seaweed. In a review of this work, Saaed stresses the fact that ‘political and ideological messages dominate Haidar Haidar’s “Banquet for Seaweed,”’(1). His criticism of the rise to power of Nasser in Egypt saw the work band and the...
Joyas Voladoras
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...ant exemplifies a social life that is near to, if not, perfection. An army ant is mostly found in heavily forested areas... ?(Insert JoyasVoladoras Socialization is one of the few things that traverses through all species and spectrums of life. The social life of different species may be similar or may vary by a great margin (Sarkar 12). The deer is an animal that displays the aspects of socializing in an almost perfect way. There are over forty species of deer that are known to man. All these species have distinct social characteristics and are found in different parts of the world. Their behavior is determined by the environment that they are in. The while-tail is one such species. It is a medium sized ...
Greek Life and Peer Pressure
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...ants cannot tolerate one another. When a red ant crosses the path of a black ant, the two will fight to the death. Additionally, if red ants colonize an area, they will drive out all black ants and vice versa. This behavior insures the dominance of whichever species of ants colonizes the area. If one examines a college campus, this same type of behavior exists, and not just with ants. Greek fraternities and sororities use similar tactics to gain members, control territory, and exert influence on the college community. (Alternate Introduction) College campuses nationwide are a social extension... ?John Q. Doe English 344 8 May 2000 Greek Life and Peer Pressure (1st Introduction) In nature, red and black...
Species at the Small Nature Trail
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...ants moving rather quickly in their line. They were carrying a dead beetle to their nest. As I looked closely, I noticed that the larger worker ants were carrying the beetle while the smaller worker ants assisted the larger ones and went up and down the line formation, trying to get the dead beetle to their nest. I had to leave the trail and carefully get into the woods to follow the ants to see where they were going. As I carefully moved the leaves, I was able to spot a hole in the ground into which they were taking... ?Running head: INTERATION BETWEEN SPECIES AT THE SMALL NATURE TRAIL Interaction between Species at the Small Nature Trail First Middle initial and Last name Name of University Course Name ...
1.Internet nutrition resources.2.entomophagy (insect eating).
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...ants, beetles, and mole crickets are rich in protein and low in cholesterol and fat. On the other hand, termites, caterpillars and weevils contain iron, thiamine... Internet Nutrition Resources: Food and Nutrition Information Center I chose the United s Department of Agriculture – Food and Nutrition Information Center (USDA-FNIC) with official site http://www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/about.shtml as the best site to bookmark for future online nutrition reference. It contains major subjects such as: Dietary Guidance, Lifecycle Nutrition, Diet and Disease, Food Composition, Weight and Obesity, Food Safety, Food Labeling, Dietary Supplements, Nutrition Assistance Programs, Survey, Reports and Research and Professi...
On eternity and time what are the themes in the story?
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...ants’ parade is crucial in showing that eternity is characterized by extraterrestrial occurrences while time is characterized by terrestrial happenings. The relationship between eternity and time and that between terrestrial and extraterrestrial things plays a key role in explaining several themes which are in this work. The various themes in the “Eternity and Time” are discussed below with relevant support from the art. The theme of “The Supernatural” is one of the themes which clearly appear... English Themes in the “On Eternity and Time” “Eternity and Time” is a literature work in which terrestrial and extraterrestrial happenings are used to relate time and eternity. In this literature work, the...
Tropical rain forest
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...ant and Cecropia tree (Terashima, 58). The Azteca ant lives in hollow stem of trees and feed from a sugary substance excreted by plant sacking insects. The Cecropia leaves produce rich protein substance which are food... Tropical Rainforest Ecosystem Introduction Purpose of the Research The main purpose for choosing this research is to be able to identify the importance of tropical rainforests on the earth’s planet. According to Whitemore (206), knowledge on tropical rainforests helps individuals understand benefits of conserving environment which is a home to different species and human beings. University of Michigan (The Tropical Rainforest) further argues that Conservation of rainforests contributes...
imagery paragraphs
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...ants in a mount hill. The visual appeal of furry whelp appeared like an imploring fauna seeking refuge. As it flurried from one tiny hand to another, its comforting tickling lick, continuously explore the beholder’s warm touch. Giggles. The guileful handball of fur, indignantly sniffs its way into an aroma of pabulum like an inviting regimen to be devoured. Quickly, its oral fissure reached into the nourishing hand of an endearing master.... Imagery Paragraphs The scorching sun flared blasts of energy everywhere like a chaotic steam engine. In the midst of the sultry and torrid sand, I desperately try to focus like a lion eyeing its prey. After being befuddled for what seemed to be interminably, there...
Stories told by Homer and Herodotous abiut women
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...ants" stays in one of the far-off east, Indian districts of the Empire of Persian. This area, he... ARE THE STORIES TOLD BY HOMER AND HERODOTUS ABOUT WOMEN, THEIR ACTIVITIES, AND THEIR ABDUCTION, SUPPORTED BY ANY EVIDENCE THAT MIGHT MAKE THOSE STORIES AMOUNT TO HISTORY? Name Course Instructor Institution Introduction Herodotus was historian from Greek and was born in Halicarnasus, Carie (present-day Bodram, located in Turkey) and stayed in the seventh century BC. Commonly known as "The Father of the past" (initially talked by Cicero), he was the earliest historian well-known to gather his materials methodically and decisively, and then to plan them into a historiography story. The Histories—his w...
orangutan's diet
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...ants, pupae and crickets all day as they emerge. However, they will avoid starvation by feeding on leaves and barks of the plants. Therefore, the chief dietary component of the nutcrackers primates is fruits that take almost 50-60% followed by young leaves at 25%, 10% barks and flowers as well as 5% insects. Introduction... The Orangutans Diet The Orangutans Diet The Orangutan are primates that have been d to feed in over 400 food items. Therefore, understanding the dietary component these nutcrackers primates is a crucial topic to researchers. Interestingly, Orangutans are known to be frugivorous hence primarily feed in fruits. However, they are choosy and hence would feed in insects like termites,...
enviromental science
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...ants, cockroaches, flies, mice, rats, raccoons among others. Prevention of pests from contaminating our foods also increases the attractiveness of our surrounding... Reflection from a Trash Journal Renowned naturalists including Charles Darwin used journals and photographs to document their observations using them as a means of information gathering. All animals produce wastes in their existence and characteristically leave evidence of their existence. Humans use various tools, produce products, and modify the environment to extreme levels that our activities profoundly affect the environment. Of major concern is the issue of human trash and production of wastes which has led to pollution effects and...
Primate
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...ants and small animals. They communicate with the help of face expression... Primate Chimpanzee Chimpanzee is a primate, and it belongs to the group of Great apes. Primates are those living beings, which have the characteristics of forward-facing eyes and highly flexible arms, legs and fingers. Chimpanzee belongs to the hominidae family, and has close evolutionary relation to the humans. “The Great apes and we are so close, that it is obvious that a fundamental error was made when classifying ourselves as something separate”(Caldecott, Miles 12 ).Male Chimpanzees are taller and heavier than their female counterpart. They have arms, which are longer than their legs and is an avid tree climber. They...
Transgender and Intersex Terms and Questions (responses)
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...ant conception medication, Sanger composed in 1919. A standout amongst the most entrancing things I found... Transgender Fausto-Sterlings section on "Ought to there be just two genders" is captivating. She portrays intersexual individuals, an element of both genders, and contends for the expansion of this classification to both right now in our social order. Since the babies conceived with unmistakable mixes of both genders are for the most part changed when they ever leave the doctors facility, a couple of them have issues with their sexual task. . Likewise fascinating is Fausto-Sterlings illustration of "more youngsters from the vigorous, less from the ailing one - that is the head issue of ant conce...
Development Efforts
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...ants by the US scholars, emergency leaders may learn the importance of collaboration of the departments. In this setting, ants are not as bright as such, but they are able to tackle any task... Emergency management Discussion: Should emergency management leaders focus their development efforts within their agency and let the rest of the response system develop their own strategies? Name Instructor Institution Course Date Introduction Leadership refers to the art of an individual influencing the other members with the aim of meeting the objectives and dreams of an organization. This suggests that it is a two way process. In the event that the ruled are not present, then leadership does not exist. Leader...
Holocaust Memorial
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...ants work relentlessly to meet the goals set by their ruler. The structures themselves make no sense but their meaning is deep. They lack any form identity, or individualism. The structures are separate only by their height. I think that Eisenman is an architectural genius. He is able to evoke so many emotions from something so simple. But why does it only commemorate the Jews? There were many other people convicted for reasons other than being Jewish. Amongst those who were victims to the holocaust were the handi-capped, gays, Gypsies, and Soviet prisoners of war. It is not just the Jews who need to be remembered but the others who fell to Nazi Germany’s regiment....
THE HUMAN PRACTICE IN SCIENCE-DB
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...ants. This liquid is a known as formic acid. Scientists conduct experiments... Human Practice in Science – DB The Human Practice in Science – DB There were children playing in a field full of flowers which included Aster, Allium, and bluebell among others. While moving within the field, a child came across an anthill near a bluebell flower. The child cut a piece of the violet flower and placed it firm in the anthill. The tip of the flower which was near the insects turned from violet to red. The explanation is that the insects felt threatened and to counter the threat they sprayed a sharp-smelling liquid to the threat (violet flower). The liquid is a corrosive protective liquid made by the ants. This...
A Bug's Life: A Sociological Viewpoint
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...ant, competent for the task. He needed no hands on management and was separated from Princess Atta by geography. When the Flea Circus returned to the island, Flik was put in charge as the liaison to the group. Here again, Princess Atta would not have been socially equipped to deal... A Bug's Life: A Sociological Viewpoint Leaders come in a wide variety of styles. While some are bureaucratic, ruling by policy and procedure, others are more democratic and involve a larger circle of their in-group in the decision making process. In A Bug's Life, Princess Atta displayed authoritarian, democratic, and laissez faire leadership characteristics. Early in the film she demanded that Flik get rid of his harvesting ...
Critique of Heart of Darkness
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...ants” (Conrad 80). However, this may not be true because it has been argued that civilization begin in Egypt and apart from that Africans were educated in their special way. In connection to this, Fothergill believes that the literary work by Conrad fits into the novels which has a lot of biases as far as Africa is concerned is because a times it supports the stereotyping of Africans as uncivilized but then at other instances it starts to question why they are seen as backward "I shook hands with this miracle” (Conrad 83). In conclusion, I support Fothergill critique because it is quite evident that there was much... Fothergill Critique on Heart of Darkness According to Fothergill around 19th...
Multinational
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...ants all busy on their phones (Krause & Piske, 2007). This shows that he had a small perception of the Asians community comparing them to ants. When he enters the office, all the workers are seen to be at haste. This shows he is serious and a bit strict when it comes to business (Krause... DEVELOPMENT OF A MULTINATIONAL PERSONNEL SELECTION SYSTEM Q1: Koch is a man who loves what he does. He has worked in the HR officefor over 17 years. It is because of his positive attitude of determination, networking skills, ability to highly adapt to new situations and his talent to be in the right place at the right time. As he is walking down the crowded street, he sees the Asians to crawling across the road like...
Write a story of your own
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...ants stranded here and there. This was not all but matters became worse when the radio announcement claimed that the hurricane was moving towards the highway. A chaotic situation was created with common sites of cars banging into each other. But Harry and his family were lucky again because a following announcement pronounced that the hurricane had taken the other route and the situation had resolved. This organized day presented with an unpredictable happening. The family experienced a very difficult time and though they reached home in 2 days, but the following two weeks were very difficult with no electricity and basic resources. Despite the advances in...
Japenese writers
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...Ants Swarm” literature uses surreal language to demonstrate that behind the apparently normal daily activities, an individual may locate hidden likelihood for irregular or pathological habits. In view of this, reality and fancy are so intertwined that to clearly not the difference is really... ?Insert Question What particular social and political issues do the Japanese focus on in regard to Allied Occupation The reforms initiated by the Allied Occupation of Japan immediately after the World War II brought about a constitutional egalitarian system to the country, as illustrated in various post-war literature. The literature is indicative of the manner in which anti-occupation campaigners in Japan had...
Microcosmos
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...ant, dung beetles, wasps, sacred beetle, bee, climbing caterpillar, wriggler, swallow-tail butterfly, 3rd instar larvae hatching into butterfly, black ants, spiders in their spider web, cricket, pavement ant, ladybird with seven spots, great peacock moth and a mosquito. In addition, cabbage looper caterpillar is also depicted. The behaviors exhibited include geotropism which is seen... MICROCOSMOS Film Review Microcosmos depicts an ordered world which seems to portray that similar attributes appear in entities of distinct and different sizes. The film is extremely fascinating, intriguing and informative. First, it demonstrates the entire universe as a whole, then narrows down to the minute niche...
Final Exam Biology
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...ants live in the thorns. The acacia produce the substance that the ants use for food. On the other hand, the ants defend the acacia from herbivores by stinging them. Therefore, when the ants were removed, the acacia left could have been destroyed by herbivores with their height remaining limited. The ants also prune other plants that grow under the acacia making them dominant. This explains the information presented... Biology D 2. A 3. A 4. B 5. C 6. D 7. C 8. A 9. E 10. C 11. B 12. B 13. D 14. D 15. E 16. A 17. A 18. D 19. B 20. C 21. C 22. D 23. C 24. C 25. D 26. D 27. E 28. B 29. D 30. D 31. C 32. B 33. E 34. E 35. C 36. (A) Stabilizing natural selection (36). B. Directional Natural selection (36). C....
Ecology lab report
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...Ants 600 Crustaceans 11 Ear wig 1 Centipede 1 Beetles 2 Cockroaches 2 Sample B Species Frequency Ear wig 4 Crustaceans 1 Ants 100 A rotting log was the best suited for the study because it is an organic material. Most living organisms feed on organic material. Those that do not feed on the logs can feed on the organisms that live in the log. The log is also best suited because it has a variety of species living in it and can be easily accessed within a school environment. Simpson Index was used to determine prevalence for each species The index... School REAL WORLD IMPORTANCE Ecological communities are an assemblage of population of two or more species of different nature, all occupying...
Mass Communication Essay
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...ants and needs clearly to another. Communication could be in the form of verbal and non-verbal communication. If not for communication, most of our desires and thoughts would go unnoticed and unexpressed. One of the most advantageous aspects of communication, apart from facilitating expression of ideas and in implementing them, is that of unifying the masses. In other words, communication helps bind people together and in spreading unity in diversity. One of the biggest manifestations... R.Preeti 30/3/2008 MASS COMMUNICATION Communication is the only mode of interaction that can help one human express hisfeelings, emotions, w...
Non-Human Value
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...ants diversity in the forest are increasing immediacy. This is because of the spillover of the larvae that do not generate in the plantations (Lucey & Hill 2012... Non-human value Other elements Other than human activities are greatly resulting to environmental problems inthe world. Due to these contributing factors, strategies have been brought to protect other species in the ecosystem that rely on the environment for survival. In this regard, adaptation of the environment especially the forest is proving to be a major threat to biodiversity. Preservation of natural forest has projected like a method to decrease biodiversity fatalities in the agricultural areas. In this context, butterflies and ants...
creation stories
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...ants to reside on it and consume the gum oozing from its stem. However, the little ants never performed to his expectation prompting him to create white ants. The white ants worked hard and enlarged the earth until it became big enough for him the rest on (Against the American Grain, 2014). His next creation was a Person whom he made out of the silhouette of his eyes. The main purpose of creating him was to assist him in the creation of human beings, trees, as well as everything... Creation Stories Genesis creation story This is a creation myth accepted in both Christianity and Judaism. Itcomprises of two parts, which are equivalent to the first two chapters of in the book of Genesis. The first part...
"The Giver"
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...ants in a ant hill. Even ants are ordered, systematic and conforming. But what makes human beings different from other animals is that we are individuals and it is our innate tendency to be our own self , not a clone of anybody else. A community like Jonas’s would be suffocating to most people who have seen or known what it is like to be human. Are there communities like the one in the book in the modern day world? Indeed there are. China, North Korea, Iran all of have such societies to a varying degree. But just like in the book , the only way these societies are able to keep a grip on people... Question 4: In an effort to enforce rules, conformity is highly prized. Compare and contrast conformity in...
The Surrealist movement
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...ants brings a subtle theme into The Persistence of Memory, something which Dali has used before. They depict the decaying of time just as would be depicted by use of rotting flesh (“The Museum” 2). By showing the ants hovering together, it gives a somber tone to the painting... The Surrealist movement began in Paris 1924 as the brainchild of a small group of artists and who sought to unlock the power of imagination by channeling unconscious through canvas. The Surrealists disdained rationalism and literary realism. The powerful influence of Sigmund Freud made them believe that the conscious mind repressed one’s power of imagination because of taboos (Sanchez 2). They emphasized on the power of...
Advantages of using a team to develop and complete a presentation
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...Ants, in addition to many other types of creatures, are not considered intelligent by human standards yet as a group accomplish amazing feats amounting to rather sophisticated outcomes. Business, social, medical and other groups can learn from the example... Advantages of using a team to develop and complete a presentation Presentations to any type of audiencewhether it be for business, social, educational or other purposes, when produced and delivered by a team effort offer an enormous opportunity to generate a much greater impact than when developed and presented by a single individual. While it is certainly true that many times it seems more efficient, less stressful and just plain easier to perform ...
M1 Local Ecosystem Discussion
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...ants and beetles, play the role of primary consumers... ? M1 Micro-Ecosystem Paper Micro-ecosystem This is a discussion of a micro-ecosystem identified in Hyde Park located within the boundaries of the city of Boston in the United States. Hyde Park is an ecosystem because it comprises biotic and abiotic components that interact in different ways, making the micro-system of the park thrive. The park comprises biotic factors, such as native forest plants, birds, insects and decomposers, whereas abiotic factors include stones, soil, dead tree logs, and minerals in the soil (Nadakavukaren, 2011). The ecological dormant in Hyde Park are the native forests which constitute the greatest biomass in the...
arthropods
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...ants, bees and wasps. They have membranous wings. Diptera – true flies. Have two wings. Lepidoptera – butterflies & moths. Have scale wings. Slide 10 Mantophasmatodea refers to insects that were described in Africa in 2002. These insects were described to have cannibal... Slide Insects belong to the taxon ‘Insecta’. Other taxons include ‘mammalia’, ‘arachnida’, and ‘bacteria’. Diversity: is defined as the numeric value of various species within a certain area. Taxa insecta is the most diverse of all taxa (Gibbs, Hunter & Sterling 157). Diversity can be expressed as either richness or evenness of species. Richness is a measure of the total number of species, while evenness is the number of a particular spe...
Aphids/Plant Lice Biology Essay
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...ant mutualism and bacterial endosymbiosis are two important phenomena to be considered. It is observed that some farming ant species collect and protect aphid eggs in their nests over the whole winter and bring back the newly hatched aphids back to the plant (Aphid). In turn, the farming ants feed the honeydew released by the aphids due to the terminations of their alimentary canals. A similar relation is seen between daring ants and aphids. In addition, endosymbiosis with micro-organism... ? Aphids/ Plant lice Aphids, also known as plant lice, are small sap sucking insects that include in the superfamily Aphidoidea. In Britain and the Commonwealth, aphids are commonly known as greenflies, blackflies, or ...
Surrealism and its Inspiration
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...ants. Two of the watches have ants and a fly. Different people interpret the painting... Surrealism and its Inspiration Surrealism is a form of art that emerged in the 1920s and was unique. Andre Breton, who indulged in poetry, expressed the initial sediments that led to the development of surrealism. In his opinion, artists needed to adopt a new form of expression that allowed the subconscious mind to control the works of an artist. Previously, artists relied on the ideas of the conscious mind to express themselves. Several artists joined this new art movement. The pieces of art that resulted from the surrealist attitude require a lot of interpretation from the society. From such images full of...
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