Bio Practical 1 exam 1

Bio Practical 1 exam 1 - BIO LAB PRACATICAL I PART I:...

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BIO LAB PRACATICAL I PART I: Protists and Fungi and Bryophytes
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Gymnamoeba: Amoeba Proteus B is food vacuole: Store food C is Nucleus: DNA A is Contractile Vacuole
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Natalie’s Amoeba
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Chlorophyta: Chlamydomonas
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Chlorophyta: Volvox What is a single Volvox Colony? Hollow Sphere made up of a single layer of 500 to 60,000 tiny bi-flagellate Chlamydomonas-like cells.
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Bacillariophyta: Diatoms Frustrule: two silica halves that fit together like a shoebox. Green, with either a brownish or yellowish cast. Non green colors are caused by the pigment fucoxanthin.
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Natalie’s Diatoms
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Ciliophora: Paramecium Caudatum
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Myxogastrida: Physarum
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Chytridiomycota: Natalie’s Synchytrium Endobioticum The purple stuff is potato starch cells, but the large blotches of red are in infected cells and are called the parasitic sorus/sori. Usually infected cells are elongated.
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Zygomycota: Rhizopus Stolonifer Columella
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Zygomycota: Natalie’s Rhizopus Stolonifer Coenocyte; Mycelium is the mass of hyphae; Rough sphere in 2 nd picture is called the Zygosporangium.
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Zygomycota: Rhizopus Stolonifer Zygosporangium Progametangia
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Ascomycota: Natalie’s Peziza Ascoma – has asci Hymenium
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Ascomycota: Natalie’s Peziza
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Ascomycota: Peziza Paraphyses are the slender sterile hairs that stick out like finger among the asci.
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Ascomycota: Natalie’s Morchella Hymenium is the inner layer containing the asci.
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Basidiomycota: Agaricus Bisporus Hymenium on the surface of the Gills Stipe Annulus Basidioma
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Basidiomycota: Coprinus Sterigmata
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Bryophyta: Polytrichum Sporophyte
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Bryophyta: Natalie’s Polytrichum
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Bryophyta: Polytichum Gametangia
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Bryophyta: Polytrichum Antheridium Sterile Jacket Cells Spermatogenous Tissue Paraphyses
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Bryophyta: Natalie’s Mnium Neck canal cells stalk egg venter paraphyses
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Polytrichum Mature Capsule Operculum Capsule wall columella Sporogenous tissue
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Hepatophyta: Natalie’s Marchantia
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Hepatophyta: Marchantia Mature Sporophyte
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Hepatophyta: Natalie’s Marchantia Mature Sporophyte
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2010 for the course BIO 051 taught by Professor Land during the Spring '07 term at Pacific.

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Bio Practical 1 exam 1 - BIO LAB PRACATICAL I PART I:...

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