Unformatted text preview: Bio 201 Spring 2010 Posted review questions Week 4 2/15/10 lecture Which organism, known only from fossils, is thought to be a transitional form from nonvascular to vascular plants? (a) Rhynia (b) Lycophyta (c) Scopelophila (d) liverwort (e) hornwort The coal deposits of N. America and Europe were formed from (a) green algae (b) ferns (c) red algae (d) lycophytes (e) dinosaurs 2/17/10 lecture Which of the following has the lowest water potential? (a) air (b) leaf blade (c) petiole (d) stem (e) root Which of the following best describes the gametophyte of a fern? (a) a large, diploid, leafy structure (b) a small, heart‐shaped, haploid structure (c) a large, haploid, leafy structure (d) a small, woody, non‐photosynthetic structure (e) a tiny structures with few cells found inside the sporangia 2/19/10 lecture Two species noted in lecture whose morphology possibly provides clues to the evolutionary origins of the anther are (a) ginkgo and cycad (b) magnolia and lily (c) corn and tulip (d) fern and pine (e) juniper and rice In the flower diagram to the right, A,B,C, and D refer to, respectively: (a) style, anther, ovary, ovule (b) stigma, peduncle, sepal, ovule (c) ovary, peduncle, anther, ovule (d) stigma, anther, style, ovule (e) stigma, style, ovule, anther CHOOSE THE MOST COMPLETE ANSWER FOR EACH QUESTION. TRY TO FIGURE THE ANSWERS OUT YOURSELF WITH THE NOTES AND TEXTBOOK AS YOUR GUIDES. IF YOU NEED HELP, PLEASE ASK YOUR TA’S DURING THEIR OFFICE HOURS ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2010 for the course BIO 201 taught by Professor True during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.
- Spring '08