Homework for the Week of April 23

1)  Read “Molluscs and Annelid Worms”

2)  Complete HW#26: Octopus project

Due date:

Block I: Wednesday, April 25

Block II: Friday, April 27

Block III: Thursday, April 26

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3)  Read “Cnidarians + Coral Reefs”

4)  Complete HW#27 Jelly Belly

Due date:

Block I: next Monday, April 30

Block II: next Tuesday, May 1

Block III: next Monday, April 30

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Pictures for homework

Here is the picture of the ocean zones in color.  Note:  Aphotic means a region with little or no light.  Photic means that light reaches this area.

Here is the picture of the ocean zones in color. Note: "Aphotic" means a region with little or no light. "Photic" means that light reaches this area.

Orange cup coral (it’s not the same picture, but same species)

Flowerpot coral

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Musical notes:

“The Octopus Project” is a band from Austin, Texas that plays mostly instrumental music that blends digital and electronic sounds with real instruments to create a pop-experimental style.  This song (“Music is Happiness) is from their 2006 album.  I like the hamster running around in the video game!

“Jelly Belly” is a song from the jazz trio Medeski, Martin, and Wood.  The trio consists of John Medeski on keyboards and piano, Billy Martin on drums and percussion, and Chris Wood on the double bass and bass guitar.  This song comes from their 1996 album, Shack-Man.

 

 

 

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