Ch.16B Biology (Pgs. 1220-1230) Cover Page One
Chapter 16B. Biology
Rhyming Riddle Rhythm Mind Stimulation Enhancer Education Brain Teaser Improvement
1.) What goes up and down without moving…?
2.) What is the angriest kind of Wind…?
3.) What is the biggest building in the World…?
Answers in the back of the EIV Bible…Pg.1546
Did you know...?
... that September 17 is Bacteria Discovery Day? In 1683, Dutch Scientist Antony van Leeuwenhoek reported his discovery of Bacteria. He discovered the bacteria by looking at the plaque between his own teeth where he found living animalcules. Celebrate today by Spending more than Sometime Everyday at least 2 times a day with your toothbrush! ;-)
Today's Inspirational Quote: "Education is a wonderful thing. If you couldn't sign your name you'd have to pay cash." -- Rita Mae Brown
Pearl S. Buck: The secret of joy in work is contained in one word – excellence. To know how to do something well is to enjoy it.
The Virtue of Devotion, Discernment, & Humbleness is modest; not arrogant or boastful, but acute alertness to sin and obedience given worship to God with strong Affection and Prayer.
Ch.16B Biology (Pgs.1220-1230) Cover Page II
Chapter 16B. Biology
Names and pictures of biologist that have been influential in biology.
1.)Biologist Stanley Cohen-Nobel Prize Laureate in physiology and medicine in 1986 for his discovery of growth factors.
2.)Biologist William Hamilton-Evolutionary Biology (1937-2000)
3.)Biologist Ulisse Aldrauandi-Italian Naturist, the moving force behind Bolobna’s botanical Garden (1522-1605)
4.)Biologist Oswald Theodore Avery-one of the founders of Immuno-chemistry (1877-1955)
5.)Biologist Guy Bush-Found several cases of evidence for sympatric speciation
6.)Biologist Joshua Lederberg shared a 1958 Nobel Prize for the work with genetic mechanisms
7.)Biologist Francis Crick-set out solve the mystery of DNA molecule ” the genetic building block of life”
XVI(B.) Biology (Pgs.1220 – 1230)
The Virtue of Devotion, Discernment, & Humbleness
“ Biology is the study of plant and animals.” More than anything else, biology is a quest, an on going inquiry about the nature of life. The more we learn about life during the most exciting era, the more fascinating it becomes, as progress on one question leads to even more questions that will captivate curious minds for decades to come.” It seems so simple to me, what the Art of Communication has to achieve with animal and plant life which is Biology. The human animal has to learn how to live on mother earth without destroying it and how to get the most out of natural nature resources by means of being effective and efficient.