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 why do we need to classify plants

why do we need to classify plants

) Focus Question What is classification, and why is it important? Materials Procedure with, and write down, as many plants as possible. Put some examples on the board to get them started. (e. g. apple tree, pine tree, fern, grass, rice, corn, wheat, algae). call out the plants that they came up with, and add these to the examples already on the board. get into groups of four and give them 7 to 10 minutes to come up with categories (no more than 3-4) that can be used to organize the plants on the board. This is just a warm-up to get them thinking about ways of categorization. students talk to each other about how they chose to classify the plants. Discussion Questions What are some ways the groups classified plants? How did they come to those decisions? Is it important to have an organized

 why do we behave the way we do

why do we behave the way we do

Changing high risk behaviours involves progress through six stages of change: precontemplation, contemplation, preparation, action, maintenance and termination. Stage-matched programs for cardiovascular disease prevention can produce much higher participation rates than traditional action-oriented programs (80 to 85% versus 1 to 5%). The amount of success following intervention is directly related to the state of change participants are in before intervention. Helping people progress through the stages involves matching particular processes and principles of change to particular stages of change. You Can Change: Why do we behave the way we do? How do our choices affect our health? What can help us to change our health related behavior? These are important questions for all of us. ...

 why do we always send the poor

why do we always send the poor

Why do they always send the poor? With pointed heels. Victorious, victories kneel. For brand new spankin' deals. And hypnotic computers. You depend on our protection, Yet you feed us lies from the table cloth. La, la la, la la, la la, la la, Everybody's going to the party, have a real good time. Dancing in the desert, blowing up the sunshine. Into Moses' dry mouth. Breaking into Fort Knox, Stealing our intentions. Hangars sitting dripped in oil, Crying, Freedom! Handed to obsoletion, Still you feed us lies from the table cloth. La, la la, la la, la la, la la, Everybody's going to the party, have a real good time. Dancing in the desert, blowing up the sunshine. ...

 why do ufc fighters have cauliflower ears

why do ufc fighters have cauliflower ears

The ear is vulnerable to blunt trauma. When the ear is struck and a develops under the skin, or the skin is sheared from the cartilage, the connection of the skin to the cartilage is disrupted, causing cauliflower ear. The cartilage of the ear has no other blood supply except that supplied by the overlying skin. When the skin is pulled from the cartilage, and/or separated from the cartilage by blood (as with accumulated blood from injury or inflammation, or infection), the cartilage is deprived of important nutrients. ...

 why do you lose hair after weight loss surgery

why do you lose hair after weight loss surgery

By David Kellenberger, MPAS, RD, PA-C Hair loss after bariatric surgery is very common and very stressful. We all want to achieve great weight loss results and still have great hair. The hair loss associated with is called telogen effluvium and has to do with the normal hair growth cycle. It usually starts abruptly and very seldom lasts longer than 6 months. Human hair has a two stage growth cycle. The growth phase is called anagen and 90% of our hair follicles are in this phase at any given time. The resting phase is called telogen, which lasts about 1 to 6 months, with an average of 3 months. About 5-15% of our hair is in the resting phase at any given time. It is also known that telogen effluvium has to do with stress to the body and hormonal changes that can occur. Due to the stress

 why do we need to eat dairy

why do we need to eat dairy

Dairy foods are high in calcium and vitamin D, but do you really need dairy? No. You do need calcium and vitamin D, but the possible dairy risks--which include saturated fat and cholesterol content, possible cancer risk, undiagnosed lactose intolerance, and evidence that dairy foods are not as helpful in bone health as reputed--outweigh the benefits. The Potential Health Risks of Dairy It is recognized in the clinical world that dietary saturated fat and cholesterol can increase cardiovascular and metabolic risk. Dairy products contain saturated fat and cholesterol. Even in non-fat forms, dairy can supply cholesterol. Although more evidence is needed, studies have suggested dairy products may be linked to some ovarian cancer due to lactose, breast cancer due to estrogens, and prostate

 why do people get boils or risens

why do people get boils or risens

I am 37 years old and just got my first boil. The first two days, it was a small. Then it grew to the size of a quarter and hurt like crazy any time it rubbed against my sleeve or breast. I didn't know what it was at first, so I left it alone. By the fifth day, it grew to the size of a 50 cent piece and deep. I applied hot towels soaked in vinegar and wrapped them like some lady told me to do. I sealed it with tape over night. In the morning, it came to the surface, and I did the same process again. ...

 why do we need to eat a varied diet

why do we need to eat a varied diet

Eating a isn t all that complicated. Just choose a variety of foods from all the major food groups including fruits and vegetables, meats or protein sources, dairy or calcium, grains and cereals, and healthy oils and fats. It also helps if youPalso want to consume thePright amountPof calories to maintain aPhealthy weightPand cut back on all the unhealthy junk foods. ...

 why do we need the water cycle

why do we need the water cycle

is important to all life on earth for many reasons. All living organisms require water and the water cycle describes the process of how water moves through the planet. Plants wouldn't grow without precipitation (and thus anything consuming the plants wouldn't survive and so forth). Infiltration of water filters and cleans our water. Glaciers, ice, and snow can act as stores of freshwater for both humans and other organisms. Runoff contributes to rivers, other freshwater bodies, and eventually the ocean, sustaining freshwater and marine life. All of these process sustain life and create the ecosystems around us. Some organisms are very sensitive to changes in the water cycle. A prolonged drought can destroy a population of plants or a certain salamander species may require a set amount of

 why do people choose hanging for suicide

why do people choose hanging for suicide

I think that alcohlol and or drugs may have a lot to do with it. When someone is depressed to begin with add a depressant to the equasion and there you have it. You want out NOW! There is no other solution and your brain cannot function clearly under the influence. There is no reason or thought of anything good. Your reasoning skills go to sleep. The world has crashed down on you and you have lost all hope. No one cares nothing will ever change and everyone would be better off without you anyway. Guaranteed the majority of suicides are under the influence or have a severe mental disorder to begin with. Can t say I have never thought of it or come close myself. Sometimes life just sucks and to live is to die so why bother? You practice tying your knots, sitting in a chair in your basement.

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