Bio 201 F08 True lect 10v3r

Bio 201 F08 True lect 10v3r - 1st midterm exam Mon Sep. 29,...

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1st midterm exam Mon Sep. 29, in class – On material through Wed. 9/24 – 35 multiple choice questions – 3 bonus factoids, can only help, cannot hurt Be on time! – Bring your SBU ID and pencils , that’s all Practice questions posted on BB Review sessions – Thursday Sept. 25, 9:30-11:30am Life Sciences 038 – Thursday 12:40-2:40 Life Sciences 026 – Friday Sept. 26, 1-3pm Life Sciences 038 – Bring your questions.
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Now let’s… • Examine what is known about the evolutionary relationships of major eukaryote groups • Map two important characters onto this phylogeny – photosynthesis/endosymbiont events – multicellularity • Point out some important organisms
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Chromalveolates Cryptophyte clade (not shown) Plantae Excavates Rhizaria Unikonts Opisthokonts Amoebozoans Endosymbiotic events leading to chloroplasts (probably not all of them) Endosymbiotic event leading to mitochondria
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Chromalveolates Plantae Excavates Rhizaria Unikonts Opisthokonts Amoebozoans Multicellularity
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Chromalveolates Plantae Excavates Rhizaria Unikonts Opisthokonts Amoebozoans Animals
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Chromalveolates Plantae Excavates Rhizaria Unikonts Opisthokonts Amoebozoans Land plants
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Chromalveolates Plantae Excavates Rhizaria Unikonts Opisthokonts Amoebozoans Fungi Laetiporus
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Chromalveolates Plantae Excavates Rhizaria Unikonts Opisthokonts Amoebozoans Kelp http://www.orgs-evolution-knowledge.net/Index/Tapestry/Kelp.jpg
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Chromalveolates Plantae Excavates Rhizaria Unikonts Opisthokonts Amoebozoans Amoeba
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Chromalveolates Plantae Excavates Rhizaria Unikonts Opisthokonts Amoebozoans Chlorophytes Ulothrix
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Chromalveolates Plantae Excavates Rhizaria Unikonts Opisthokonts Amoebozoans Paramecium
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Chromalveolates Plantae Excavates Rhizaria Unikonts Opisthokonts Amoebozoans Diatoms Abundant in the oceans, and fresh water Cell walls contain silicon, preserve well as fossils
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Chromalveolates Plantae Excavates Rhizaria Unikonts Opisthokonts Amoebozoans Foraminiferans Calcium carbonate shells Abundant in oceans Cause of limestone deposits in Earth’s crust
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Chromalveolates Plantae Excavates Rhizaria Unikonts Opisthokonts Amoebozoans Dinoflagellates Photosynthesizers, vital primary producers in the oceans Unicellular, with two flagella, one in each groove Some are symbionts of corals
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Chromalveolates Plantae Excavates Rhizaria Unikonts Opisthokonts Amoebozoans Trypanosomes
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Bio 201 F08 True lect 10v3r - 1st midterm exam Mon Sep. 29,...

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