bio3 - Principles of Biology Study Guide - Lecture Exam #3...

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Principles of Biology Study Guide - Lecture Exam #3 1. What is taxonomy? 2. List the major taxons in order from smallest to largest or vice versa. 3. What are the two parts of the scientific name and what is the correct way of writing it? 4. What is the difference between radial and bilateral symmetry? 5. What organisms have cells that lack a nucleus? 6. What is meant by the binomial nomenclature, and who is credited for first using it? 7. What group of protists photosynthesizes? 8. The lichen are formed as a result of a relationship between a(n)_____ and a(n) __________. 9. What algae is most similar to the plants? 10. What is the substance extracted from red algae that is used as a growth media for bacteria? 11. What are the main features of the fungi? 12. Ascomycetes produce spores in _________. Basidiomycetes produce spores on a __________. 13. Which algae has silica in its cell walls? 14. Algae that possess two flagella perpendicular to each other are the __________. 15. Protozoans which move and engulf food by forming pseudopods are ________. 16. Rod-shaped bacteria are called __________. Spherical bacteria are __________. 17. Do bacteria reproduce primarily asexually or sexually? 18. What organisms represent the bottom (autotrophs) of an aquatic food chain? 19. What type of protozoan is the paramecium? 20. Are seaweed plants? 21. Contrast the habitats of brown and red algae. 22. What organisms are the primary decomposers of dead plant and animal tissue? 23.
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