WELCOME BACK

I HOPE YOU HAD A GOOD BREAK

AND NOW LET'S GET BACK TO LEARNING MORE LIFE SCIENCE!

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DATE: M 10/21/13

1. BELLWORK:

Think Pair Share:
What did you observe in nature over the break? Changes in plants or trees? Phase of the moon? Stars? Wildlife?
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2. HOMEWORK:

Cell Bubblus
Cell Power Point or Prezi
Cell Model PPT Template.ppt
Cell Model PPT Template.ppt
Cell Model PPT Template.ppt

Squid Pages

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Squid Anatomy
Reading Essentials Pages 1-24
HONORS: Science Textbook Chapter 1 and Notebook Pages 1-20
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All due T 10/29/13

3. REVIEW:

Return assignments and paste into Interactive Life Science 7 Notebook.

4. STANDARD:

Cell Biology
1. All living organisms are composed of cells, from just one to many trillions,
whose details usually are visible only through a microscope.
a. Cells function similarly in all living organisms.
b. The characteristics that distinguish plant cells from animal cells, include chloroplasts and cell walls.
c. The nucleus is the repository for genetic information in plant and animal cells.
d. Mitochondria liberate energy for the work that cells do, and chloroplasts capture sunlight energy for photosynthesis.
e. Cells divide to increase their numbers through a process of mitosis,
which results in two daughter cells with identical sets of chromosomes.
f. As multicellular organisms develop, their cells differentiate.
Structure and Function in Living Systems
5. The anatomy and physiology of plants and animals illustrate
the complementary nature of structure and function.

5. GOAL:

Learn the advantages and disadvantages of asexual reproduction.

6. NEW: Asexual Reproduction

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Bacteria - Asexual Binary Fission Yeast - Asexual Budding Hydra - Asexual Budding

Reproduce Prefix re = again reproduce = produce again
Asexual Prefix a = without asexual = without sex

Reproduction is the creation of a new individual or individuals from previously existing individuals.

Advantages Asexual Reproduction

1. Faster reproduction without sex
2. A way to reproduce if you can not move on your own
3. No energy is wasted making eggs or sperm

Disadvantages of Asexual Reproduction

1. All offspring are exactly the same (clones with the same DNA) so if one gets sick all will get sick.

Plant Asexual Reproduction - without sex, make many identical clones quickly

Succulent Walls

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Succulent Wreaths

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7. CHECKING FOR UNDERSTANDING:

Think Pair Share: Name one advantage and one disadvantage of asexual reproduction.

8. EXTENSIONS:


DIY Make Your Own Succulent Wreath

Succulent Wreath by Martha Stewart

Learn how to make money with a small business by playing a game.
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Lemonade Stand

DATE: T 10/22/13


1. BELLWORK:

Think Pair Share: Get and give 2 peer reviews of your Cell Power Point or Prezi presentation.
Give one complement and offer one suggestion for improvement.
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TED Talk: Two Young Scientists Break Down Plastics

2. HOMEWORK:

Cell Bubblus
Cell Power Point or Prezi
Cell Model PPT Template.ppt
Cell Model PPT Template.ppt
Cell Model PPT Template.ppt

Squid Pages

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Squid Anatomy
Reading Essentials Pages 1-24
HONORS: Science Textbook Chapter 1 and Notebook Pages 1-20
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All due T 10/29/13

3. REVIEW: Invertebrate Study: Squid

Learn the structure (parts) and function (job) of the major organs of the squid.
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Colossal Squid Anatomy

Squid Research
The Cephalopod Page
Squid Dissection
Virtual Squid Dissection
Build a Squid

Biology4Kids: Invertebrates

Squidoo: Giant Squid
Cute Squid
Giant Squid Dissection

The Squid Files

Centre of the Cell Games

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4. STANDARD:

Cell Biology
1. All living organisms are composed of cells, from just one to many trillions,
whose details usually are visible only through a microscope.
a. Cells function similarly in all living organisms.
b. The characteristics that distinguish plant cells from animal cells, include chloroplasts and cell walls.
c. The nucleus is the repository for genetic information in plant and animal cells.
d. Mitochondria liberate energy for the work that cells do, and chloroplasts capture sunlight energy for photosynthesis.
e. Cells divide to increase their numbers through a process of mitosis,
which results in two daughter cells with identical sets of chromosomes.
f. As multicellular organisms develop, their cells differentiate.

Structure and Function in Living Systems
5. The anatomy and physiology of plants and animals illustrate
the complementary nature of structure and function.

5. GOAL:

Work with a team to complete Squid Animal Lab research by the end of class using a variety of online resources.
Remember 1, 2, 3...VERIFY!

6. NEW: Learn More about Stem Cells

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Stem Cell Windpipe
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STEM Cells Video
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Cell Biology

1 f. as multicellular organisms develop, their cells differentiate.


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Science News: Stem cells may help in treating deafness

7. CHECKING FOR UNDERSTANDING:

Think Pair Share: Explain how these different kinds of animal cells are created in your body.
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8. EXTENSIONS:

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Head Squeeze: How does deodorant work?

DATE: W 10/23/13

1. BELLWORK:

Student Led Squid Dissection Review:
Structure/Function of Major Organs
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2. HOMEWORK:

Cell Bubblus
Cell Power Point or Prezi
Cell Model PPT Template.ppt
Cell Model PPT Template.ppt
Cell Model PPT Template.ppt

Squid Pages

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Squid Anatomy
Reading Essentials Pages 1-24
HONORS: Science Textbook Chapter 1 and Notebook Pages 1-20
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All due T 10/29/13

3. REVIEW: Squid Above


4. STANDARD:

Cell Biology
1. All living organisms are composed of cells, from just one to many trillions,
whose details usually are visible only through a microscope.
a. Cells function similarly in all living organisms.
b. The characteristics that distinguish plant cells from animal cells, include chloroplasts and cell walls.
c. The nucleus is the repository for genetic information in plant and animal cells.
d. Mitochondria liberate energy for the work that cells do, and chloroplasts capture sunlight energy for photosynthesis.
e. Cells divide to increase their numbers through a process of mitosis,
which results in two daughter cells with identical sets of chromosomes.
f. As multicellular organisms develop, their cells differentiate.

Structure and Function in Living Systems
5. The anatomy and physiology of plants and animals illustrate
the complementary nature of structure and function.

5. GOAL:

Use your interactive notebook to review for the Squid Test.

6. NEW: Value of Using Venn Diagrams

Real World Venn Diagrams
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1. Use a 2 Circle Venn Diagram to compare yourself to a squid - list 5 ways you are alike and 5 ways you are different.
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Print Venn Diagrams
2. Use a 3 Circle Venn Diagram to compare three invertebrates: Snail, Earthworm, Grasshopper.
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List 3 ways they are all the same and 3 ways they are different.
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7. CHECKING FOR UNDERSTANDING:

1. 3 Circle Venn Diagram Quiz
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3 Circle Venn Diagram Quiz

2. Create your own 3 Circle Venn Diagram - does not have to be animals.
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8. EXTENSIONS: Have Fun & Learn Math

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Math Games
Online Graph Makers
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My Virtual Home

DATE: Th 10/24/13

1. BELLWORK:

Student Led Squid Dissection Review:
Structure/Function of Major Organs
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Banvivirie Squid Anatomy

2. HOMEWORK:

Cell Bubblus
Cell Power Point or Prezi
Cell Model PPT Template.ppt
Cell Model PPT Template.ppt
Cell Model PPT Template.ppt

Squid Pages

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Squid Anatomy
Reading Essentials Pages 1-24
HONORS: Science Textbook Chapter 1 and Notebook Pages 1-20
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All due T 10/29/13

3. REVIEW: Giant Squid live in the Benthic Zone and below

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4. STANDARD:

Cell Biology
1. All living organisms are composed of cells, from just one to many trillions,
whose details usually are visible only through a microscope.
a. Cells function similarly in all living organisms.
b. The characteristics that distinguish plant cells from animal cells, include chloroplasts and cell walls.
c. The nucleus is the repository for genetic information in plant and animal cells.
d. Mitochondria liberate energy for the work that cells do, and chloroplasts capture sunlight energy for photosynthesis.
e. Cells divide to increase their numbers through a process of mitosis,
which results in two daughter cells with identical sets of chromosomes.
f. As multicellular organisms develop, their cells differentiate.

Structure and Function in Living Systems
5. The anatomy and physiology of plants and animals illustrate
the complementary nature of structure and function.

5. GOAL:

Learn about squid using kinesthetic learning - sketch a 60 ft squid in the parking lot.

6. NEW:

1. Squid Quiz

2. Discuss Squid Protection Strategies

3. Sketch a 60 Foot Giant Squid

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7. CHECKING FOR UNDERSTANDING:

Pick a team of 4 kids and sketch your own chalk art squid emphasizing protection strategies.

8. EXTENSIONS: 3D Street Art

Street Art Utopia
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DATE: F 10/25/13

1. BELLWORK:

Record Homework in Agenda

2. HOMEWORK:

Cell Bubblus
Cell Power Point or Prezi
Cell Model PPT Template.ppt
Cell Model PPT Template.ppt
Cell Model PPT Template.ppt

Squid Pages

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Squid Anatomy
Reading Essentials Pages 1-24
HONORS: Science Textbook Chapter 1 and Notebook Pages 1-20
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All due T 10/29/13

3. REVIEW:

Meaning of prokaryote: pro = before; karyon = nucleus
Prokaryote = before a nucleus

Meaning of eukaryote: eu = true; karyon = nucleus
Eukaryote = cell with a true nucleus
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Prokaryotic Verses Eukaryotic Cell


4. STANDARD:

Cell Biology
1. All living organisms are composed of cells, from just one to many trillions,
whose details usually are visible only through a microscope.
a. Cells function similarly in all living organisms.
b. The characteristics that distinguish plant cells from animal cells, include chloroplasts and cell walls.
c. The nucleus is the repository for genetic information in plant and animal cells.
d. Mitochondria liberate energy for the work that cells do, and chloroplasts capture sunlight energy for photosynthesis.
e. Cells divide to increase their numbers through a process of mitosis,
which results in two daughter cells with identical sets of chromosomes.
f. As multicellular organisms develop, their cells differentiate.

Structure and Function in Living Systems
5. The anatomy and physiology of plants and animals illustrate
the complementary nature of structure and function.

5. GOAL:

Learn how scientific terms are created using prefixes, suffixes, and roots.
Learn to use scientific knowledge to write science fiction.

6. NEW:

1. Solve Scientific Word Puzzles

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2. Write a science fiction story like //Honey I Shrunk the Kids.//

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Choice #1: Fell Into the __Factory

Pretend you fell into a factory that operates just like a cell. Use your Interactive Notebook to help you
tell a science fiction story about how you make your way into, around, and finally out of the cell with a "bad guy" chasing you the entire time.
Remember to explain all the parts of the cell and their jobs within your story.
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Choice #2: Fell Into the Leaf Cell of a Plant In the Hot Desert

Pretend you fell into a leaf plant cell that is in a hot desert so the photosynthesis "machines" are definitely all turned "on".
Use your Interactive Notebook to help you tell a science fiction story about what you see and fall into as you bumble your way
around the busy plant leaf cell. Remember to add that the whole time you are inside the plant cell
a giant "bad bug" is trying to each the leaf with you inside it.
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7. CHECKING FOR UNDERSTANDING:

Think Pair Share Science Fiction Stories

8. EXTENSIONS:

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Science Fiction Writing Contest
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Science Fiction Contest Win $1000

DATE: M 10/28/13

1. BELLWORK :

Think Pair Share - What allows roses to be different colors and different shapes?




2. HOMEWORK:

Genetics Research Project Title due T 11/5
Pets, Farm Animals, Endangered Zoo Animal, Plant


3. REVIEW:

DNA - Structure and Function

4. STANDARD:

Genetics
2. A typical cell of any organism contains genetic instructions that specify its traits.
Those traits may be modified by environmental influences.
e. DNA is the genetic material of living organisms, and is located in the chromosomes of each cell.

5. GOAL:

Learn that plants can also reveal mutations of their DNA.

6. NEW:

1. Rose DNA determines their color, shape, size, fragrance, height, thorns and many other characteristics.

2. Plants reveal mutations of the DNA. This is an example of a mutant echinechia flower found in our school garden.

3. Garden - prepare the ground in the garden for planting the California poppy seeds.

7. CHECKING FOR UNDERSTANDING:

Think Pair Share - List 5 different characteristics in roses that are determined by their DNA.

8. EXTENSIONS:



Thornless Roses



Who Wants to Be a Bioengineer Game

DATE: T 10/29/13

1. BELLWORK:

Tour of the Basics Introduction

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What is a genetic trait?

2. HOMEWORK:

Genetics Research Project Title due T 11/5
Pets, Farm Animals, Endangered Zoo Animal, Plant


3. REVIEW:

DNA - Structure and Function

4. STANDARD:

Genetics
2. A typical cell of any organism contains genetic instructions that specify its traits.
Those traits may be modified by environmental influences.
As a basis for understanding this concept, students know:
a. the differences between the life cycles and reproduction of sexual and asexual organisms.
b. sexual reproduction produces offspring that inherit half their genes from each parent.
c. an inherited trait can be determined by one or more genes.
d. plant and animal cells contain many thousands of different genes, and typically have two copies of every gene.
The two copies (or alleles) of the gene may or may not be identical, and one may be dominant in
determining the phenotype while the other is recessive.
e. DNA is the genetic material of living organisms, and is located in the chromosomes of each cell.

5. GOAL:

Learn about genetic traits of purebred dogs and cats.

6. NEW:

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AKC Herding Breeds


Cat Breed Personality Chart

7. CHECKING FOR UNDERSTANDING:

Think Pair Share - If you were buying a new dog or cat which breed would you select and why?

8. EXTENSIONS:


Horse Coat Color Genetics Game Jennifer Hoffman

DATE: W 10/30/13

1. BELLWORK :

Think Pair Share -

Discuss which animal or plant you will research for your genetics project.



2. HOMEWORK:

Genetics Research Project Title due T 11/5
Pets, Farm Animals, Endangered Zoo Animal, Plant


3. REVIEW:

What is DNA? What is a mutation of the DNA? What can cause mutations of the DNA?

4. STANDARD:

Investigation and Experimentation
7. Scientific progress is made by asking meaningful questions and conducting careful investigations.
a. select and use appropriate tools and technology
(including calculators, computers, balances, spring scales, microscopes, and binoculars)
to perform tests, collect data, and display data.
b. utilize a variety of print and electronic resources (including the World Wide Web)
to collect information as evidence as part of a research project.
c. communicate the logical connection among hypothesis, science concepts, tests conducted,
data collected, and conclusions drawn from the scientific evidence.
d. construct scale models, maps and appropriately labeled diagrams to communicate scientific
knowledge (e.g., motion of Earth's plates and cell structure).
e. communicate the steps and results from an investigation in written reports and verbal presentations.

5. GOAL:

Learn to think like a scientist - ask "how" and "why" questions and write down what you "wonder" about.

6. NEW: Think Like A Scientist

1. Compare a scientist to an artist or a chef - how are they alike? how are they different?
Use a 2 Circle Venn Diagram.
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Print Venn Diagrams

2. Meet Erika Cuellar Bolivian Scientist

Erika CuƩllar, 2012 Rolex Laureate from Rolex Awards for Enterprise on Vimeo.


Erika Cuellar Saving the Gran Chaco

3. If your lab group was given a million dollars to conduct an experiment,
what would your experiment look like?
First generate a list of 10 possible "how" and "why" questions or ideas, your are wondering about, to explore.
Question: Use the following Science Experiment title format:
How does affect ?
Hypothesis:___ will.
Procedure:
Observations:
Conclusion:

7. CHECKING FOR UNDERSTANDING:

Think Pair Share - Compare Venn Diagrams and discuss experiment ideas.

8. EXTENSIONS:

Biology Root Words Quizlet Online


DATE: Th 11/31/13

1. BELLWORK :

Think Pair Share -

Compare two different breeds of your pet dogs or cats.



2. HOMEWORK:

Genetics Research Project Title due T 11/5
Pets, Farm Animals, Endangered Zoo Animal, Plant


3. REVIEW:

DNA - Structure and Function

4. STANDARD:

Investigation and Experimentation
7. Scientific progress is made by asking meaningful questions and conducting careful investigations.
a. select and use appropriate tools and technology (including calculators, computers, balances, spring scales,
microscopes, and binoculars) to perform tests, collect data, and display data.
b. utilize a variety of print and electronic resources (including the World Wide Web)
to collect information as evidence as part of a research project.
c. communicate the logical connection among hypothesis, science concepts, tests conducted,
data collected, and conclusions drawn from the scientific evidence.
d. construct scale models, maps and appropriately labeled diagrams to communicate scientific knowledge
(e.g., motion of Earth's plates and cell structure).
e. communicate the steps and results from an investigation in written reports and verbal presentations.

5. GOAL:

Learn to think like a scientist - ask "how" and "why" questions and write down what you "wonder" about.

6. NEW: Think Like A Scientist

1. Compare a scientist to an artist or a chef - how are they alike? how are they different?
Use a 2 Circle Venn Diagram.
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Print Venn Diagrams

2. Meet Marine Biologist - What did he discover?
Ryan Johnson Shark Scientist

Think Like A Scientist:
Great White Sharks, Fur Seals, and Seabirds - How do they effect each other?

Seabird predation by white shark, Carcharodon carcharias, and

Cape fur seal, Arctocephalus pusillus pusillus, at Dyer Island.

South African Journal of Wildlife Research 36(1): 23-32.


Johnson, R.L., Venter A., Bester M.N. and Oosthuizen W.H. (2006)
Download this Publication (PDF - 487kb)

3. If your lab group was given a million dollars to conduct an experiment, what would your experiment look like?
First generate a list of 10 possible "how" and "why" questions or ideas your are wondering about to explore.
Question: Use the following Science Experiment title format: How does _affect _?
Hypothesis: _will.
Procedure:
Observations:
Conclusion:

7. CHECKING FOR UNDERSTANDING:

Think Pair Share - Compare Venn Diagrams and discuss experiment ideas.

8. EXTENSIONS:

National Geographic Explorers

National Geographic Young Explorers

DATE: F 11/01/13 Sub Plan - I am at a Writing For Science workshop

GOAL:

Create a Cosmic Ruler infographic from information learned in the video Cosmic Voyage.

NEW:


Cosmic Voyage
1. Prepare blank paper for the Cosmic Ruler.
2. Place the name and size of objects you see in the video in their proper location on your
Cosmic Ruler infographic.
3. After the video illustrate the objects you included on your Cosmic Ruler.
4. Share and compare your Cosmic Ruler with your tablemates.

EXTENSIONS:


TED World of Tiny Things

Free Top Documentary Films: Science

Free Top Documentary Films: Technology

DATE: M 11/04/13 - F 11/08/13 Cell Model & Class Presentations

1. BELLWORK (Monday only):

Compare the presenters in the TED videos and score them using the Presentation Feedback Rubric.


TED Talk: Two Young Scientists Breakdown Plastic With Bacteria




TED Talk Richard Turere: My invention that made peace with lions

TEDx

2. HOMEWORK:

Genetics Research Project due F 11/13
Pets, Farm Animals, Endangered Zoo Animal, Plant

3. STANDARDS:

Investigation and Experimentation
7. Scientific progress is made by asking meaningful questions and conducting careful investigations.
7. e. communicate the steps and results from an investigation in written reports and verbal presentations.

4. GOAL:

Present your cell model and research presentation to the class

and receive feedback about your work from your classmates and teacher.


5. NEW:

1. Introduce yourself to the class.
2. Identify the cell your researched and present your 3D cell model to all sides of the class.
3. Present your research to the class (Power Point or Prezi) using your best presentation skills.
4. Ask the class if they have any questions about the cell you researched.
5. Answer any class questions you can.
If you do not know the answer this is your response:
"I did do my research. I did not find the answer to your questions. I will look it up and get back to you".
6. Receive feedback from both the teacher and classmates via the rubric scores and comments.

6. CHECKING FOR UNDERSTANDING:

Think Pair Share: Presentation Feedback responses.
Identify what you did well and ideas for improvement.
Do you agree or disagree with the feedback? Why or why not?

7. EXTENSIONS:

DJ Prodigy Cole Plante


TED Youth Speakers



DATE: M 10/28/13


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