BIO1500 (2008)-study guide4

BIO1500 (2008)-study guide4 - 34-2 Annelids(pg 660-663...

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BIO 1500 Dr. Popadi BIO 1500 (Winter 2008) – STUDY GUIDE FOR Exam IV - Exam will cover following chapters from Biology by Raven et al. (8 th edition): Ch. 34 (Annelids, Lophophorates, Arthropods, and Echinoderms) Ch. 35 (Nonvertebrate chordates, Vertebrate chordates, Fishes, and Amphibians) Ch. 19 Only parts of Pattern Formation section (pg. 380-382 including Fig. 19-13; pg. 385-6 on segment identity and hox genes including Fig. 19-17 and 19-18) How to study? - USE BOTH the lectures and textbook to prepare for the exam. - Lecture material highlights the key points in the textbook. THIS IS ESPECIALLY TRUE FOR ANY SLIDE INFORMATION IN BOLD OR COLORED LETTERING OR BOXED IN RED! - READ THE TEXTBOOK, DO NOT RELY SOLELY ON LECTURES! - KNOW EVERYTHING, there are only two chapters to study and everything in those chapters is a fair question. Ch 34 – material in sections on Annelids, Arthropods, Lophophorates, and Echinoderms, and in relevant powerpoint lectures:
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Unformatted text preview: 34-2 Annelids (pg. 660-663) + Annelid lecture 34-3 Lophophorates (pg. 664-665) + last few slides of Annelid lecture 34-4 Arthropods (pg. 666-675) + Arthropod-Biology, Arthropod-Diversity, Arthropod-Genes lectures. NOTE: Also use 2 study guides: Guide-Insects; Guide-Hox [also relevant pages from Ch. 19 (see box above]. 34-5 Echinoderms (pg. 676-8) + Echinoderm lecture *KNOW main characteristics for each group! *MEANS KNOW THINGS LIKE: type of body cavity; type of symmetry; organ systems present in each group; systematics of each group ; and specialized features of particular systems found in a particular group. Ch 35 – material in sections on Chordates, Fishes, and Amphibians, and in relevant powerpoint lectures: 35-1; 35-2; 35-3 Chordates (pg. 682-5) + Chordate lecture 35-4 Fishes (pg. 686-690) + Fish lecture 35-5 Amphibians (pg. 691-694) + Amphibian lecture...
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