Monthly Archives: October 2014

Module 5: Marine Invertebrates II – Part 2

October 28, 2014 PowerPoint Honors Marine Biology Module 5 Invertebrates part 2 Thanks goes to all who participated in the class challenge of “Best Costume”.  Winner is James!   Next weeks challenge:  Who can do the most push-ups! Phylum Arthropoda  meaning “Joint … Continue reading

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Module 5: Invertebrates II (Additional Videos)

I omitted these videos from my latest post.  I showed the first one in class. -Mrs. S  

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Module 5: Invertebrates II

October 21, 2014 PowerPoint Honors Marine Biology Module 5 Bivalves Clam and Squid dissection We are continuing our study of invertebrates to include phyla Mollusca commonly called Mollusks, and represent the most species in the ocean than any other group. They include clams, … Continue reading

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Module 4: Invertebrates – Part 2

October 14, 2014 PowerPoint  Honors Marine Biology Module 4 Corals Class Anthozoa represents the largest group of cnidarians. Corals and Sea Anemones – These organisms have a more complex structure than the hydrozoans or scyphozoans. Their gastrovascular cavity is lined with vertical … Continue reading

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Module 4: Invertebrates

October 7, 2014 PowerPoint  Honors Marine Biology Module 4 Part 1 With the exception of insects, a majority of invertebrates live in the ocean. An  Invertebrate is an animal that does not possess a backbone.  In class, we examined Phylum Porifera (sponges) Experiment 4.1 … Continue reading

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MOTE MARINE: Homeschool Days

Wavemakers:  This is not required, however some of you have requested additional activities to enhance your study of Marine Biology this year.  I hope that you will take advantage of these wonderful opportunities. -Mrs. S ——————————————————————————————————— Join us each month … Continue reading

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Our First Wet Lab Held at South Lido Park

With our eyes on the sky we held our first wet lab at South Lido Park on Tuesday. Fortunately, the rains held off and we had a beautiful day.  As we walked down the beach we observed the “wrack line” … Continue reading

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