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(Anthropology) How can I Respond to this Person if I agree or Disagree with her and give and explanation. I personally believe that the Gigantopithecus can possible exist in the form of Big Foot since of course over the years animals do evolve so it may actually be possible that the Gigantopithecus did evolve and got a little smaller than what they were before. Instead of standing at 9’8” they now probably only stand like 6’6”-7’0 and weight between 300-500lbs. When reading and looking at evidence of Big Foot, we see that Big Foot does look very similar to the Gigantopithecus, fully covered in hair, large feet, tall, and walks like a monkey. I think people are so fascinated by Big Foot because people have only caught glimpses of it and never actually came in direct contact with it. It makes people really wonder what is Big Foot, is he a monkey or a human, I think that’s what fascinates people the most, Big Foot is an unidentified creature.
Anthropology Class Some argue that Gigantopithecus survives today in the form of Bigfoot. What do you think of this suggestion? What does the evidence suggest? And why are we so fascinated by this concept?
Instructions:definition, clinical manifestations, medication, evaluate the disease. Must be type .power point. This is an individual quiz. Pulmonary hypertension
1.- Can the consumption of a diet high in carbohydrates and lipids produce Diabetes type 1 ? Please explain your answer.
Calculate the amount of water will be transpired in 1 Hour(ml) for each plant under 3 conditions (normal environment,fan environment and heat environment): -Arrowhead -Coleus -Devil's Ivy -Dieffenbachia -English Ivy -Geranium -Rubber plant -Weeping Fig -Zebra plant
Describe the process of transpiration in vascular plants. Describe any experimental controls used in the Investigation.What environmental factors that you tested increased the rate of transpiration? Was the rate of transpiration increased for all plants tested? Did any of the environmental factors (heat, light, or wind) increase the transpiration rate more than the others? Why? Which species of plants that you tested had the highest transpiration rates? Why do you think different species of plants transpire at different rates? Suppose you coated the leaves of a plant with petroleum jelly. How would the plant's rate of transpiration be affected? Of what value to a plant is the ability to lose water through transpiration?
How does the pattern of starch storage relate to the distribution of chlorophyll?
What are the functions of fats,oils and waxes?
Explain the germ theory of disease and discuss why this theory is essential to the treatment of infectious diseases.
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