Monthly Archives: November 2012

Module 6: Vertebrates Part 2

November 15, 2012 PowerPoint Honors Marine Biology Mod 6 Vertebrates Once again we dissected a bony fish in class (Mullet) to examine the internal organs. In addition we learned how to examined fish scales using a microscope to determine the … Continue reading

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Module 6: Vertebrates 1: Part 1

Shark Trivia:  Quiz in class Sharks loose between 15 to 16 Thousand teeth during a lifetime. The 3 most dangerous sharks in the Gulf of Mexico:  Great White, Tiger, Bull. The Great White grows to about 25 feet in length. … Continue reading

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Module 5: Invertebrates II Part 2

We revisited our wet lab to Quick Point Park in class last Thursday. (See previous post) Mr. Wilson and I were very pleased that so many were able to make this lab. In class we studied Phylum Arthropoda also known … Continue reading

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Wet Lab Field Trip: Quick Point Park, New Pass, Sarasota Florida

New Pass Wet Lab           During our lab at New Pass between Lido Key and Longboat Key, Sarasota, Florida we collected and examined plankton.  We observed zooplankton (animal) Cyclops that is holoplankton, an animal that remains … Continue reading

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