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EXAM REVIEW SHEET 2 EXAM Prep It is time to prepare for the comprehensive final exam that we will have at the end of the semester.  To prepare effectively, please be sure to follow  each  of the  following steps: 1. Actively re-learn viruses through the Protozoa   If there is something you don’t understand, ask another student, check the book or call Ms. Floyd. The  best way to learn the material is  to cover the material and say that material out loud completely and accurately to yourself. 2. Test  your review:  Without looking at your notes , answer the following questions.   3. Check  your answers in your notes afterward and  correct  any mistakes you may have made.
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Draw and label the five steps of the life cycle of a virus. On at least one picture, label the two parts of a virus. 2. List the three phyla of Archae AND beside each, list their distinguishing characteristics and the members (if known). 3. List the four phyla of Eubacteria AND beside each, list their distinguishing characteristics and the members (if known). Fill in the following chart for the four phyla of protozoa . For the ‘other’ box, put any other information that is in our notes that is not covered in the other boxes. Phyla: Members Means of locomotion Other Picture...
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