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  • 26 Pages BIS2CF10%20Lectre%2030
    BIS2CF10%20Lectre%2030

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Fall 2010 Lecture 30. Annelida Introduction to Lophotrochozoa Introduction to Annelida Students should be able to: distinguish lophotrochozoan animals from ecdysozoan animals describe the body plan of a marine annelid explain the features & benefits of a

  • 27 Pages BIS2C%20Lecture2031%20Fall%2010
    BIS2C%20Lecture2031%20Fall%2010

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Fall 2010 Lecture 31. Mollusca introduction to Mollusca major features biology within-group diversity (4) Students should be able to: describe the body plan of a grazing mollusc outline the 4 functions of the mantle define members of 4 major molluscan cla

  • 24 Pages Bis2C%20Lecture2029%20Fall%202010
    Bis2C%20Lecture2029%20Fall%202010

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Fall 2010 Lecture 29. Bilateria introduction to Bilateria introduction to Protostomes brief description of flatworms Students should be able to: define a eumetazoan describe the major features of bilaterians describe the two major clades within Bilateria

  • 21 Pages Bis2C%20Lectu\re%2027%20F%202010
    Bis2C%20Lectu\re%2027%20F%202010

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Fall 2010 Keen Lecture 27. Development characters, body plans, and phylogeny (12 November) characters that define the major animal clades Students should be able to: describe cleavage explain how developmental pattern determines adult body plan outline th

  • 35 Pages Bis2C%20Lecture%206%20F%202010
    Bis2C%20Lecture%206%20F%202010

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Fall 2010 Keen Lecture 26. Phylum Porifera (sponges) (10 November) major lineages of animals sponges Students should be able to: describe the most important cell type in sponges explain how this cell functions explain the principle of continuity use the p

  • 33 Pages Bis2C%20Lectur28%20F2010
    Bis2C%20Lectur28%20F2010

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Fall 2010 Lecture 28. Cnidaria and Ctenophora Cnidaria basic features biology within-group diversity Ctenophora: brief introduction Students should be able to: explain the term diploblast and its relevance for phylogeny describe the unique cell type in cn

  • 91 Pages Lecture 36
    Lecture 36

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Lecture 36: BIS 002C BIODIVERSITY AND THE TREE OF LIFE Lecture 37: Symbioses 1 Wednesday, December 1, 2010 Where we are going and where we have been Previous lecture: 36. End of chordates Current Lecture: 37. Symbioses Next Lecture: 38. Wrap up 2 Wednesd

  • 32 Pages BIS%2C%20Lecture%2038%20Fall%202010
    BIS%2C%20Lecture%2038%20Fall%202010

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Fall 2010 Lecture 38. Chordata Students should be able to: explain why we are all fishes recognize the major groups of chordates explain the features associated with terrestrial life in chordate evolution. Chondrichthyes, Osteichthyes, lobefinned fishes,

  • 32 Pages BIS%2C%20Lecture%2025%20%20F2010%20post
    BIS%2C%20Lecture%2025%20%20F2010%20post

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Fall 2010 Keen (8 November) Lecture 25. Introduction to Metazoa revisiting the eukaryotic tree amoebozoans and slime molds coloniality versus multicellularity Students should be able to: navigate the tree of life outline the requirements of coloniality

  • 26 Pages Bis2CF10.Lecture%2036
    Bis2CF10.Lecture%2036

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Fall 2010 Lecture 34. Chordata Introduction to Vertebrates Students should be able to: explain how limbs developed evolutionarily explain why we are all fishes recognize the major groups of chordates explain the features associated with terrestrial life i

  • 32 Pages Bis2CF10.Lecture%2035
    Bis2CF10.Lecture%2035

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Fall 2010 Lecture 35. Chordata Quick tour of the phyla we missed Introduction to Chordates Students should be able to: explain how members of the 3 chordate subphyla differ discuss the evolution of the fishlike body from urochordate ancestors describe the

  • 61 Pages Bis2CF10.Lecture%2034
    Bis2CF10.Lecture%2034

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Fall 2010 Lecture 34. Hexapod Arthropods & Introduction to Deuterostomes A brief discussion of hexapods, reminder on deuterostome characters, phylum Echinodermata. Students should be able to: explain the basic function of the water vascular system recogni

  • 34 Pages Bis2CF10.Lecture%2032
    Bis2CF10.Lecture%2032

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Fall 2010 Lecture 32. Ecdysozoan protostomes finish Gastropoda and Cephalopoda Introduce Ecdysozoa Introduce Arthropoda Students should be able to: Distinguish members of Lophotrochozoa and Ecdysozoa; recognize a nematode and outline two ways nematodes im

  • 28 Pages Bis2CF10.Lecture24
    Bis2CF10.Lecture24

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Lecture 24 FUNGI: LICHENS, BASIDIOMYCETES Last: dikaryotic cycle, ascomycetes Lichens Parasitic basidiomycete lines: rusts and smuts Holobasidiomycetes: mushrooms, etc. Next: animals, midterm Absorptive heterotrophy Chitin walls Sporangium with rhizoids a

  • 24 Pages Bis2CF10.Lecture23
    Bis2CF10.Lecture23

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Extra ofce hours: Friday 1:30-2:30 BLC Review session: Sunday, 3:00-5:00, 123 Science Lecture Hall Faced with information overload, we have no alternative but pattern-recognition. Marshall McLuhan (via Tom Goliber) Phylogeny = the pattern Evolution = the

  • 32 Pages Bis2CF10.Lecture22
    Bis2CF10.Lecture22

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Lecture 22 INTRODUCTION TO FUNGI Mycology = study of fungi Last: angiosperm diversity & evolution Place of fungi in ecosystems, Tree of Life Aquatic fungi: chytrids Early terrestrial lines: zygomycetes Next: Dikarya (ascomycetes, basidiomycetes) NASA Blue

  • 40 Pages Bis2CF10.Lecture21
    Bis2CF10.Lecture21

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Lecture 21 ANGIOSPERM EVOLUTION & DIVERSITY Last: basic angiosperm features, outgroups, rooting Implications of the molecular rooting Major clades within angiosperms: monocots Eudicots Next: introduction to fungi: water to land Simple leaves = Heterospory

  • 30 Pages Bis2CF10.Lecture20
    Bis2CF10.Lecture20

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Lecture 20 INTRODUCTION TO ANGIOSPERMS Last: evolution and diversity of gymnosperms Basic features, synapomorphies of angiosperms (see Chapters 34 & 38 for details) Possible angiosperm outgroups Rooting the angiosperm tree Next: evolution and diversity wi

  • 38 Pages Bis2CF10.Lecture19
    Bis2CF10.Lecture19

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Lecture 19 GYMNOSPERMOUS SEED PLANTS Last: ferns, origin & basic features of seed plants Cycads: primitive seed plant reproduction Conifers and Ginkgo Gnetophytes Next: origin of angiosperms, place in seed plants Stomata Lycophyta Overtopping Psilophyton

  • 40 Pages Bis2CF10.Lecture18
    Bis2CF10.Lecture18

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Lecture 18 FERNS, ORIGIN OF SEED PLANTS Last: seedless vascular plants: lycophytes, horsetails Ferns, including Psilotales Progymnosperms: secondary growth Seed ferns: origin of the seed (ovule) Next: diversity of gymnospermous seed plants Stomata Lycophy

  • 28 Pages Bis2CF10.Lecture17
    Bis2CF10.Lecture17

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Lecture 17 VASCULAR PLANTS: SEEDLESS GROUPS Last: origin of vascular plants; rhyniophytes Lycophytes (clubmosses, etc.): microphylls Heterospory Pteridophytes: megaphylls in horsetails, ferns Next: origin of seed plants (spermatophytes) Early Devonian rhy

  • 28 Pages Bis2CF10.Lecture16
    Bis2CF10.Lecture16

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Lecture 16 ORIGIN OF VASCULAR PLANTS Last: origin of land plants, life cycle Innovations within nonvascular land plants Innovations of vascular plants Ancestral morphology and its implications Next: early vascular lines, origin of leaves and roots 1 Outgr

  • 24 Pages Bis2CF10.Lecture15
    Bis2CF10.Lecture15

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Lecture 15 ORIGIN OF LAND PLANTS Last: land plants in the TOL, life cycle in outgroups Nonvascular land plants (bryophytes) Vegetative innovations of land plants Reproductive innovations: alternation of generations Next: origin of vascular plants (tracheo

  • 29 Pages Bis2CF10.Lecture14
    Bis2CF10.Lecture14

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Lecture 14 PLANTS & RELATED EUKARYOTES Place of plants in the Tree of Life Basic features and innovations in closest outgroups: green algae Haploid life cycle of algal outgroups Next: origin of land plants (embryophytes) Mt. Donna Buang, Australia Barro C

  • 27 Pages Bis2CFall10.%20Lcture%2033
    Bis2CFall10.%20Lcture%2033

    School: UC Davis

    Course: General Biology

    Fall 2010 Lecture 33. Arthropoda I Introduction to Arthropod subphyla Students should be able to: distinguish among the 5 major sub-groups of arthropods with respect to tagmata and appendages explain the morphological and behavioral changes associated wit

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