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Physique association and constitution - circulate and respiratory - The Digestive and Urinary structures - verbal exchange and keep an eye on - replica and improvement - physique Defenses and ailment - Staying fit

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The second part of the book follows a mackerel from its beginnings as an egg floating in the open sea to its catch as an adult fish in a fisherman’s net. ws/blogs/ChrisRedfield Literary Science Writing Many readers compare Rachel Carson’s prose to poetry. The rhythmic phrasing of her sentences sometimes suggests the very motion of the sea that she often described in her work. ”5 7eeW`f[S^>[hWe Carson’s Empathy As a scientist, Carson generally was careful to keep her feelings to herself when writing about nature.

Ws/blogs/ChrisRedfield “People everywhere are desperately eager for whatever will lift them out of themselves and allow them to believe in the future. ”5 —Rachel Carson, 1951 7eeW`f[S^>[hWe Dreams and Responsibilities Even as her fame led her to dream of new projects, Carson faced another unexpected turn. Her unmarried niece Marjorie became pregnant. In 1951, the disgrace attached to having a child out of wedlock could last a lifetime. Carson and her mother were able to keep the situation from becoming widely known.

Phytoplankton, or microscopic plants in the water, are eaten by slightly larger creatures called zooplankton. The zooplankton are then eaten by fish, which in turn are eaten by larger fish, which in turn are eaten by humans. Since plants are at the base of the food chain, the variety and quantities of plants available determine the number and kinds of higher forms of life that can thrive. ws/blogs/ChrisRedfield Back from the Field Shirley Briggs, a colleague and friend of Carson, described their return from a field trip to Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge in 1946: “We presented quite a spectacle on our return to the hotel .

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