by Holt Rinehart Winston .
Written in English
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Section 1: Body Organization. Recall: The maintenance of a stable internal environment is called homeostasis. If homeostasis is not maintained, cells are often damaged and can die from the damage. These cells make up tissues, so in effect the tissues can die and as the organization levels occur, the organism can ultimately die. Tissue Types. -Chapter Body Organization-Body Systems Activity-Body Systems Worksheet-Learning Log NO SCHOOL - DR , , Due Thurs-Chapter 22 Quiz Thurs Due: , , DR Chapter 22 Quiz-Bellwork-Chapter Skeletal System-Skeletal Activity-Learning Log-Bellwork-Quiz-Chapter Muscular System-Learning Log. For example, a book about a character losing their mind might begin with clear chapter structure, only to become disjointed to reflect the protagonist’s emotional state. Chapter titles can contribute useful structure, however. A title may: Hint what the coming chapter is about; Summarise (overtly or subtly) important themes or ideas in your story. 2. A chapter should end when one event has been resolved, but resolved in a way that sets the stage for the next event, so that the reader is looking forward to what happens next. In other words, you want your reader to be tempted to read one more chapter. 3. Bear in mind that not every chapter needs to .
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