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Evolution of Spongebob

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BC: Hayley Zullo Brandon Smith Tamera Stojanovic Brianna Johnson

FC: Evolution Of Spongebob

1: Content Comparative Anatomy pg 2 Comparative Embryology pg 3 Geographic Distribution pg 4 - 5 Biochemistry pg 6-7 Fossil Record pg 8-9

2: Comparative Anatomy | Spongebob's bone structure is basically just a big square for his body and bones similar to humans that make up his arms and legs. Having limbs similar to humans allows Spongebob to move like us, like walking or running on two legs. We think that Spongebob might have evolved from a species that is half primate, half sponge. We came up with this conclusion because Spongebob lives underwater like the sponge and his movement is like that of a human or primate. | + | =

3: Comparative Embryology | As time passed the embryo of the sponge evolved into having human-like qualities as well as sponge qualities. The embryo started off looking like just a sponge but as time passed it began to take on the look of a new species, turning into who we know as Spongebob. In evolution the embryo of many species began to shift or change and acquire new adaptations for survival. Embryo's pretty much look identical in the first stage but as they grow, we can tell them apart by looking at their different qualities.

4: Geographic Distribution! | I believe that Spongebob is a human combined with a sponge. He was living on a boat in the Atlantic Ocean, when one day he fell into the water. He absorbed so much water that he shrunk all the way to the bottom on the ocean. The holes on his body work as some type of gills that let him breathe. Spongebob lives in Bikini Bottom. He can be seen at his pineapple house, his job at The Krusty Crab, and Jellyfish fields. Jellyfish fields is where Spongebob and his friend, Patrick, go jellyfishing. Jellyfish fields is where all the jellyfish reside at.

5: JElly fish | Jellyfish fields is a big field with all different type of plants too. His pineapple house is like a regular house on land, except on the outside of course. The Krusty Crab is just a little fast food place. Spongebob is a cook there.

6: DNA Sequence: T A A T C G A T T A G C C G A T G C T A T A A T C G A T T A G C C G A T G C T A | Comparative Biochemistry | Spongebob has a similar DNA structure as a regular sponge. Their DNA is so alike that if you take out only a few strands of the DNA Spongebob would only be a sponge without the Bob.

7: Biochemistry is the study of the structure, composition, and chemical reactions of substances in living systems. Biochemistry emerged as a separate discipline when scientists combined biology with organic, inorganic, or physical chemistry and began to study such topics as how living things obtain energy from food, the chemical basis of heredity, and what fundamental changes occur in disease. Biochemistry includes the sciences of molecular biology, immunochemistry, neurochemistry, and bioinorganic, bioorganic, and biophysical chemistry.

8: Fossil Records | Fossil records shows the biodiversity of the different animals.. That means they show the variety of animals. Fossils contain the extinct remains of animals. They're discovered where natural erosion or excavations have exposed fossil bearing rocks.. Fossils could be traces or body parts of the animal.. A rocks weight traps the organism or the trace in sedimentary rock and creates the fossil. . Body parts are more likely to be fossilized

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