Discussion: Soul for Animation / Soul Reactions and Processes
In your original column, gladden transcribe a confutation of at smallest 125 opinion to one (1) of the subjoined three (3) bulleted options. In observation, gladden shape a tactile replication to a tally tyro on any subject.
Discussion Subject 1. The phytoplankton that brought Earth to animation. Review the video (Johnson, 2014) encircling the "phytoplankton that brought Earth to animation" from the add loving beneath, or from the add in the Instructor's Insights area. In this curtail, which is underneathneath 5 minutes in elongation, Penny Chisholm discusses a little phytoplankton determined Prochlorococcus. Based on that video, gladden address the subjoined:
(a) What is the avail of Prochlorococcus for animation on the planet Earth, twain historically and in the give day?
(b) Explain what the unreserved geographic variations in Prochlorococcus ascertain us encircling relationships between organisms and their environments.
Discussion Subject 2. Characteristics of ATP. If you select this subject for your original column, you must worthiest your column on the instructor's video encircling ATP (Cox, 2015). The video can be base in the Instructor Insights area.
(a) Describe two or further characteristics of ATP, adept in the video.
(b) Explain how these characteristics are functionally essential for the cell.
Please melody that I am looking for inequitable points that are adept in the video, so representative gleaned from Wikipedia or other beginnings may not as the requirements.
Discussion Subject 3. Chemosynthesis in the Giant Tubeworm. The Giant Tubeworm (Riftia pachyptila) is an animal that lives on the base of the main, adjacent hydrothermal vents that liberate very hot, chemical-rich instil. Like all organisms Riftia pachyptila needs soul to go on influence. It has a rare beginning of soul, and a rare way of harvesting the soul (Deep Marine Sciences, 2015; JKM12988, 2016; Kusek, 2007).
(a) Describe how Riftia pachyptila get its soul.
(b) Discuss how this relates to this week’s lessons.
Cox, J. F. (2015). Four minutes encircling ATP. [video curtail]. Gladden see "Instructor's Insights" area for Week 3.
Deep Marine Scenes. (2013). Facts: Giant Tube Worms. [Video]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IddCPTnmj4Q
JKM12988. (2016, December 5). Giant Tube Worms and symbiotic bacteria. [Video]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dg6ZewBTRj8&t=6s
Johnson, R. (2014, March 5) The phytoplankton that brought Earth to animation. PBS Newshour. Public Broadcasting System. Retrieved from http://video.pbs.org/video/2365193451/
Kusek, K. M. (2007, January 12). Deep-sea tubeworms get unsteady 'inside' succor. Oceanus Magazine. Retrieved from http://www.whoi.edu/oceanus/feature/deep-sea-tubeworms-get-versatile-inside-help
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