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Lower ground City of London model. Riverside elevation. The anatomy of the domestic animals. Veterinary anatomy. The left longitudinal groove Sulcus longitudinalis sinister begins at the anterior transverse groove, passes somewhat dorsally and backward and divides into two grooves. The ventral one is the chief groove, and passes backward to terminate in the angle of union of the posterior blind sacs.

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Staircase looking down at chamber. Daytime exterior The left longitudinal groove tSulcus longitudinalis sinister begins at the anterior transverse groove, passes somewhat dorsally and backward and divides into two grooves. The dorsal accessory groove curves dorsally and then backward to terminate in the dorsal coronary sulcus. Spiral staircase from top right. The Biological bulletin. Biology; Zoology; Biology; Marine Biology. Under the second head there are two subdivi- sions: i entering blind alleys, and 2 moving in the wrong. Learning curves constructed from the average reactions of ten roaches.

The spaces from right to left represent successive trials. A, the number of times the roach rushe Curved mirror attached to a post and used by drivers leaving their homes on a road with poor visibility. Spiral staircase view to window. Learning curves of a female roach 17 mm. A, the number of times the roach rushed into the water before beginning to run the maze. B, the number of times the roach fell into the water after beginning to run the maze.

C, the number of times the roach jumped into the water. D, the total number of times the roach entered blind alleys. E, total number of errors made. F, total minutes required to run the maze..

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Fishes -- California; Fishes. Distinguishing Characters: See page The lateral line which curves upward over the pectoral fin but does not have a high arch ; the dorsal branch of the lateral line; the jaws and teeth which are better developed on the blind side; the maxillary extending to a point below the fore part of the lower eye; the rough scales on the eyed side of the body, head and fins 90 or less along the lateral line ; t Curved mirror attached to a post and used by drivers leaving their homes on a road with poor visibility. Atrium view looking up. Outlines of zoology.

There are four well-developed digits on the narrow feet, but the second and fifth do not reach the ground in walking. The incisors are rooted; the upper canine curves outwards or upwards. The stomach is almost simple, but has more or less of a cardiac pouch and several short blind saccules ; there is a caecum.. South elevation. Behavior monographs. Animal behavior. We all were able to learn and grow together, and the lesson sparked incredible discussions and "ah-ha" moments. The lens model was creative and truly illustrated the process of vision. THAT is when they really began to understand and put everything together.

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They were completely convinced beforehand that there was no way it could work. I'm always amazed at how you take something that seem difficult to explain and turn it into student centered experience. This prompted some wonderful written responses in student science notebooks.

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They made some real connections between the experiment and the way their eyes work! We love mystery science. Easy to follow and use and the learning is quicker and more thorough than from a text book. Thank you. They were so incredibly excited about it. They were really upset they couldn't take them home the first day.

My students had lots of questions about why certain people had certain colors of eyes We enjoyed playing with the lenses. I know you are trying to keep things simple, but sight is one of the five senses, and it's an oversight pun intended to dismiss the brain's function of interpreting those senses.

If you wanted to pursue this in another lesson, you could make one on optical illusions, on how the brain misinterprets signals from the eyes. That would be fun! The model of the eye was very realistic. Thank you for another great one! My students learn and gain a thorough understanding of each concept taught. As usual, the lesson on How Eyes Work was super!!! My class was amazed by the upside down image. Great model for what happens in their eyes. At first we thought that the experiment wasn't working, once it did we were so excited. This is so cool! The excitement when they saw the image was actually upside down Also learning about how the retina disrupts the image being viewed was also a favorite activity!

It blew my 4th graders away to see the image from the window projected on their "retina". They were super excited to see how our own human eyes actually work. I purposely didn't guide them in any way. That's the way kids retain information!

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Great Job Mystery Science! I am excited to say that our principal just bought a school license for next year! Great lesson. The quiz was well done and matched the lesson. It was neat to hear the sounds when they observed pupils dilating! The reasoning behind eyes glowing and red eye were very interesting for adults and kids. Very nice lesson! We're going to do this at our science museum in May! Lots of "Aha! My students are both grossed out and mesmerized by the dissection of the cow eye.

This was an excellent lesson to talk about the eye and vision. We used this for PE this week and the kids loved it! What a great activity to help us understand how the eye works. I even learned something new myself.

I had no idea the pupil was a hole! So interesting! Again, we also loved the dissection. It's always nice to see what things truly look like and to examine them closer. Thank you for an excellent lesson. They absolutely love when Doug gives them a 'thumbs up' during the activity time. Very cool. As always, the way you guys give directions is just masterful. The gross out factor with the cow eye was pretty severe. I provided plenty of warning for my students, and there were still a couple who had to leave half way through that section. You might want to encourage teachers to warn parents ahead of time.

I wish it didn't have to be that way, but some parents may not appreciate the scientific value of that process the same way we do. My kids were amazed. The kids were blown away by the image appearing on the retina. Then our principal stopped by and told about her Lasik surgery and they recognized the words and understood what she had done. The activities are so teacher and student friendly.

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I am so lucky to have this amazing curriculum. They also loved the beginning story! My 5 year old and 8 year old both love this one, they've asked to do it three times already! They really got it. Activity Prep What do people who are blind see?

Number of students: Markers Used to color the iris so we suggest brown, blue, and green colors. Crayons or colored pencils will also work. We prefer stickers because they are easier to distribute in a classroom. Tape also works. You can find great prices on ebay. What do people who are blind see? Exploration 25 min. Activity: Eye Model 30 min.

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