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Bio Recitation/Lab Activity Study GuideFlowers Activity:Stamen: Male part of the flower, consists of anther and filamentAnther: holds the pollen, produces pollenFilament: holds up the anther so the pollen is exposed to a pollinatorPistil: female part of the flower, consists of stigma, style, and ovaryStigma: flower part that receives the pollenStyle: Tube like structure that connects to the ovaryOvule’s: Inside the ovary, female reproductive cells-Pollen is received through the stigma-Flowers pollinated by animals:-Expend less energy on pollen production than wind pollinated plants-Have unique shapes, textures, colors, etc. to attract pollinators-Flowers pollinated by wind:-produce large amounts of pollen, and some of the pollen makes it to another flower for successful pollination -green, small, odorless, and do not produce nectar-do not need to attract pollinators
-Honey Bee’s-Order Hymenoptera-Part of the hind legs enlarged for pollen gathering, abdomens never stalked-longer proboscis for reaching plant nectar-Life cycle of Honey bee’s-eggs : larva : pupa : adult (worker) : adult (drone) : adult (queen) -Significance of Honey bee’s-much of our food is dependent on the pollination from honey bee’sLichens Recitation:-Domain Bacteria: Prokaryotic, unicellular, autotrophic or heterotrophic, sessile or motile-Domain Archaea: Prokaryotic, unicellular, autotrophic or heterotrophic, sessile of motile, different in genetic material than bacteria-Domain Eukaryota (Kingdom Protista): Eukaryotic, unicellular, autotrophic or heterotrophic, sessile or motile-Domain Eukaryota (Kingdom Fungi): Eukaryotic, Mostly multicellular, heterotrophic, sessile-Domain Eukaryota (Kingdom Plantae): Eukaryotic, multicellular, mostly autotrophic, sessile-Domain Eukaryota (Kingdom Animalia): Eukaryotic, multicellular, heterotrophic, motile-The process of photosynthesis and respiration in relation to lichens: When the carbon dioxide leaves theatmosphere and enters the ocean through diffusion. Through the sedimentation of the remains that are left over, carbon can then be stores in carbonate rocks. Long term – they become fossil fuels-Lichens are fungi with photosynthesizing algae or photosynthesizing cyanobacteria living inside of them.