Study guide for Practical 3 - Fungi and Non Tracheophytes...

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Fungi and Non Tracheophytes Ch6 Kingdom Fungi Phylum Common or Genus name Zygomycota Rhisopus or bread mold Ascomycota sac fungi Bascidomycota club fungi Lichens Bread Mold Ascomycota
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Bascidomycota – club fungi Lichen A few things to know about Fungi: - Fungi lack chlorophyll - There cell walls are composed of cellulose or chitin - How do they feed? - How do they reproduce? - With each Phyla, know the significant structures. - Know which produce things out of the norm, like LSD or alcohol. - Which form mycorrhizal associations with plants? - Know which ones are parasitic. - What is significant about Lichens? Kingdom Plantae: Non Vascular Plants Phylum Example Bryophyta mosses Hepatophyta liverworts Bryophyta – moss Growing tip of Archegonium Antheridium
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Life cycle of mosses – KNOW this as I’m sure you’ll see a similar type picture on the practical Things to Know about Nonvascular Plants: - Distinguishing characteristics - Type of Hyphae - Type of reproductive structures Kingdom Plantae Vascular Plants and Plant Structure Ch 7 Seedless Vascular Plants Phylum Example Psisotophyta whisk fern Lycophyta club moss Spenophyta horse tail Pterophyta ferns
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Fern Lifecycle Terms to know: - Homosporous - Heterosporous - Sporangia - Prothallus archegonia - Rhizome - Sorus, sori - Gametophyte - Sporophyte Vascular Plants with seeds Gymnosperms: Phylum Examples Coniferophyta conifers Cycadophyta cycads Ginkgophyta ginkgos Pollen Grain Pine Needle/leaf cross section
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Angiosperms Phylum Anthophyta – generally speaking; flowers Anther Ovary Know the following terms: - Double fertilization - Endosperm - Zygote - Monocot - Dicot - Microspores - Megaspore mother cell - Megaspores - Pollen grain - Generative cell - Tube cell Know these plant parts or related terms or facts: - Roots, stems, leaves - Primary/secondary growth - dermal, ground, and vascular tissue sytems - cell wall, protoplast - Know the difference between monocots and dicots Dicot root
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Diversity of Animals Ch8: Phylum Some Examples Porifera Sponges Cnidaria Hydra, Obelia, Anemones, Portugues man-of-war Platyhelminthes Planaria flat worm, Clonorchis liver fluke, Tapeworms Nematoda Round worms, vinegar eels, Ascaris round worms Planaria (Chinese) Liver fluke I couldn’t find any wet mount slides of the ascaris, but in the event that you are asked to identify them on the practical under the scope, notice the posterior ends to differentiate between male and female. What you need to know about these four Phyla is, # of body layers, type of digestive system, type of skeletal system, type of body cavity, cephalization(or not), early development.
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Protosomes Phylum Class Some Examples Annelida Polychaeta sand worms Oligochaeta freshwater annelids and earthworms Hirudinea most leeches Mollusca Gastropoda snails and limpets Bivalvia clams, oysters, scallops Cephalopoda squids, octopuses, cuttlefishes Arthropoda Chilopoda centipedes Diplopoda millipedes Arachnida spiders, ticks, mites, scorpions Malacostraca
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This note was uploaded on 06/19/2008 for the course BISC 163 taught by Professor Lago during the Spring '08 term at University of Mississippi School of Law.

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