The largemouth basses homes are typically small and it generally connects with other ones. (Demers and McKinley, 1996; Sammons and Maceina, 2005) The largemouth bass mating system is polyandrous, meaning the female mates with several males during one breeding season. During the breeding season, each male makes their nest is shallow water. Nests are usually very basic in design. After the male create the nest, they do the act of courtship, and then the female swims to the nest and lay her eggs in it.
The nervous system of a Lumbriculus worm is very exposed and visible, so different plants and herbs were tested to see how it would affect the heart rate of the Lumbriculus worm. This is important because before potentially harmful products are tested on humans, they should be tested on the worms. First, a pre-test hypothesis (Pau D’Arco is a stimulant) is made about what a certain extract (Pau D 'Arco) will do to the worms heart rate. A worm was chosen and put into a cup of conditioned (unchlorinated) water to sit for ninety seconds. The worm was very squirmy and active during the ninety seconds.
Rene Ismail McKenna - C 9th Grade Biology PBA American Lobster - Homarus americanus Ecosystem/Ecology of Homarus americanus Adult American lobsters tend to dwell in depths of below 50 meters. However, some can live at depths of about 750 meters. They can weigh up to 44 pounds and reach a length of about 25 inches, however they are typically around 2 feet long and weigh 3 pounds. The American lobster’s preferable habitat is on rocky surfaces covered with algae, because algae attract animals that the lobsters prey on. This habitat allows the lobster to hide within the cracks, where it can hide from predators in its environment such as flounder, cod, crabs and eels.
The only thing known about the Red Gazelle is known from 3 specimens that were bought between 1877 and 1894 in the Algerian ports of Oran and Algiers. There have never been any live animals examined as they have never been observed in the wild. The museum specimens were skin and skulls from a male Red Gazelle. It is believed they were 140cm long with a tail that was 10 to 22cm long and had terminal hairs. The Red Gazelle is thought to be similar to the red-fronted gazelle but they are larger.
The Zombie Worm is a small specimen that puzzles many oceanologists (Ennis). This is because the worms drill into whale bones for nutrients and a home; however, they do not have any physically aspects for drilling into the hard material (Ennis). They even “lack a mouth and gut,” but they do have “root-like structures” that allow the worms to attach themselves to the bones (Ennis). It lacks much difference from an earthworm. Meanwhile, the Yeti Crab is similar to the Zombie Worm with little characteristics contributing to their appearance.
Burmese Pythons are the largest snakes in the world. Source 1, Burmese Python: Not the Ideal Pet, states,”Think of a telephone pole, and then imagine a snake as big around the middle as that pole.” (Source 1). Pythons stretch a length of 23 feet and can weight up to 200 pounds. Burmese Pythons have no venom, but, they have also other ways to kill their prey. According to Source 1, Burmese Python: Not the Ideal Pet, Burmese
Its flaxen eyes are usually the only part of the cuttlefish that pokes above the ocean bottom. At nightfall, the cuttlefish comes out to feed on small shrimp and fish. Two long fins haunch the sides of the striped pyjama squid body and the arms of its two tentacles have small suckers, each having a toothed horny rim. The lower side of its body is veiled in small glands that let out slime when The Striped Pyjama Squid is under attack by predators, quickly scarring off or terminating any predators from harming it by any means. It can also quickly change color to a dark purple-brown, making it easier to screen itself against corals and rocks near the bottom of the
In other cases, after the mom deposits the eggs in the brood pouch, the eggs are fully enclosed and protected from the outside world. The big-belly seahorse Hippocampus abdominalis) has the most complex seahorse pregnancy. Camilla Wittington of the University of Sydney analyzed gene expressions (the patterns of genes turned on and off) in the big-belly seahorse during conception, egg development and birth. She found several things in common linking seahorses, reptiles that give live birth and humans. The male seahorse becomes pregnant when the female transfers her eggs into his pouch where they are fertilized.
There seems to be a jellyfish invasion. Jellyfish travel in swarms. They can release up to 40,000 eggs daily. As they multiply and their numbers get out of control, they are called blooms. Jellyfish eat the larvae and eggs of the anchovies, it affects the fisherman who catch and sell the anchovies because they depend on a successful season of anchovie fishing, there is a jellyfish called the Bereo which eats the Mnemiopsis jellyfish and creates a more blanced ecosystem.
It is one of the few venomous mammals. It has an unusual appearance, duck billed, beaver tailed, otter- like fur, and webbed feet. It has aggressive behavior and do not like being touched whatsoever. Platypi and Echidnas are the only two mammals in the world classed as monotremes which means they lay eggs. The traits of a platypus is extremely unique and interesting and has odd
Starch amylase testing was equally unsubstantial since the only amylase producing bacteria was ruled out after Gram staining. Unknown #10’s negative citrate test result was also unhelpful because E. coli is citrate negative and P. vulgaris is a variable citrate producer that can also be citrate negative. H2S production in the Kligler’s Iron Agar test ultimately proved that Unknown #10 was Proteus vulgaris. P. vulgaris is the only assigned bacteria that produces H2S, so when a black precipitate obscured the yellow butt of the Kligler’s Iron Agar slant, E. coli was ruled out. Not only did the H2S product confirmed that Unknown #10 was P. vulgaris, it confirmed P. vulgaris’ motility.
For example, it has skin instead of scales and a seahorse’s body is covered in bony plates. They also have horse--like heads. (McCosker 2016 and Roux 1980,1981). Seahorses have a large size range. The smallest seahorses are Pygmy Seahorses and are less than half an inch in length.
Cnidarian Project Anthony Hand Illini Bluffs High School A cnidarian is an animal, therefore classified in the kingdom of Animalia, from the phylum Cnidaria. They are all classified as invertebrate which means they do not have a backbone. At some point in their lives they are a polyp and a medusa. They are all radially symmetric, and can either live in large colonies or on their own. While most Cnidarians live in the water, I have chosen one that lives only in the larval stage underwater.
What snake is consider the monarch of all snakes in CA, even the deadly rattle snake cannot bet this beast combat and nonetheless this creature prefers the comfort of being command by a baby. The CA king snake may be a nontoxic serpent endemic to the western America and northern United Mexican States. a relatively very little biological group of the common king snake and is after all found throughout an oversized selection of habitats that ar deserts, wetlands and biology areas. one in all the foremost normal snakes in captivity, the CA King snake can terribly wide look as a result of varied gift and captive-developed color morphs. Starting from black and white strips to brown and light-weight brown speckles that resemble a rattle snake.
With the worm bass are taken freely, though rarely of above a pound and a half, and rock bass and sunfish in plenty. The first rock bass prepared for the pan disclosed the yellow muscle worms in the thick flesh of the back. He may have been the only one so afflicted in the lake, but investigation went no further. Fish were so plenty it was no sacrifice to let the rock bass go, and he is a wonderfully numerous individual here — pestiferous when you don 't