The Case of the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker: Brad and Mary discuss the discovery of the Ivory-billed Woodpecker. Brad says his team and himself have found proof that the bird is in fact still alive. Mary does not believe that Brad should risk publishing the discovery to the world without great evidence. Including a list of Brad’s arguments and Mary’s responses: “A video clip clearly showing a quite large bird that has the distinctive white wing patterns of the Ivory-billed Woodpecker” - “How can you be sure it’s an Ivory-bill, why not a Pileated woodpecker? They have big white patches on the underside of their wings.”
In attending the seminar of Dr. Miller I learned much information about the white tailed deer. Each topic of the different sense, I found interesting of the deer was its sense of smell. The white tailed deer has an organ called vomeronasal which is found on the roof of their mouth which the receptor direct path way to the olfactory bulb. Including that deer have cyclovergence to keep their filed vision on the lookout for predators.
The Deer at Providencia Interpretive Response In Annie Dillard’s story, The Deer at Providencia, the author recounts a shocking event during her trip to Ecuador along with a small moment back in her home. What do these two seemingly unconnected moments have in common? They both share the idea of suffering and pity, which are greatly reflected in the story’s message. That message being to not be surprised by the suffering that surrounds this world.
Natural Remedies for Fungal Infections and Ringworm Caused by Animals Ringworms are red or dry changes of the skin, which are often itchy and they need to be treated for a long time. These are several tips on how to treat fungal skin infections with natural remedies. What causes ringworm?
Feedback: When I first arrived the manager wasn 't aware of me coming but apologize for not being prepared and had one box of Amber for me to sample. I had many customers interested in buying Amber however due to a lack of inventory some did resort to buying Woodchuck variety pack but honestly preferred the Amber. Observation: During today 's sampling event I gave out 23 samples of Woodchuck Amber. One shopper felt the sample was good, smooth, and sweet, while another shopper felt as though it was very bland.
Have you ever eaten something like a fruit when a pest just flew into your food ? Then you think that your food isn’t good anymore, because a pest ate part of your food,so you threw it away. Then the next day a pest bit you on the arm. These pests are called house fly and gnat. House flies and gnats have different traits.
Lyme disease first became known in 1975 in Lyme, Connecticut when a group of mothers had informed researchers their children all had been identified in having rheumatoid arthritis. This was unusual, and led the researchers to pinpoint the bacterial cause of the children’s illness. It was then in 1982 the condition was given the name “Lyme disease”. In the United States about 300,000 people are diagnosed each year, but because many of the symptoms resemble other diseases it is hard to diagnose and many cases go undiagnosed.
Part 1: Write a descriptive epidemiological analysis of the following diseases: Lyme disease or Malaria. Describe the basic epidemiological patterns of this health condition by person, place, and time. The bacterial infection called Lyme disease is spread by deer ticks that are infected with a spiral shaped bacterium called Borrelia Burgdorferi. This disease first occurred in Lyme, Connecticut in 1975, which is why it is named Lyme disease.
1) Explain: a) What is the difference between Type 1 and Type 2 Herpes Simplex Virus? Type 1 Herpes Simplex virus infects oral mucous membrane. It may causes fever blisters, most adults have antibodies to virus. Most individuals are infected in childhood.
Frostbite happens when the skin and tissues freeze and become damaged due to exposure to freezing temperatures. Commonly affected areas include the feet, hands (especially the fingers), nose, cheeks, and ears. Frostbite can be mild or severe. Mild damage may be reversible, but severe frostbite may result in permanent tissue death or loss. CAUSES
There was silence, then… BOOM! My father and I finally shot the antelope that cost us day's of determination and perseverance. It took four days of sneaking through bushes, trees and rocks jutting into our skin, hiking around for hours trying to find herds of antelope, and consistently calling, with the intentions to find something, yet failing around every turn. This brutal hunt wasn’t for nothing though, in fact, let me introduce the story that changed my life forever. Welcome to the great antelope hunt.