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Figure 36.6  Water relations of plant cells Water flows out  of cell down  potential  gradient Water flows into  cell until back  pressure (called  turgor  pressure) from  cell wall stops it
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Outside air u = u10 u100 MPa Leaf u = u7 MPa Trunk xylem u = u0.8 MPa Root xylem: u = u0.6 MPa Soil u = = 0.3 MPa 36.13
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Translocation of Phloem Sugars Increased osmotic pressure (reduced water potential) draws water in and increased hydrostatic pressure causes sucrose to flow to sink 36.18
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Figure 33.2 Review of animal phylogeny True tissues Type of  symmetry Developmental  differences Lophophore  and  trochophore Or hard  exoskeleton Phylogenetic tree based on  molecular data
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Turbellarians Trematodes Cestodes Complex life cycle Secondary simplification Flatworm Phylogeny
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Sensor (Eye) Central Nervous System Effector (muscle) Light Move away Reflex Arc with unipolar nerves in
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Unformatted text preview: flatworms Sensory nerve Motor nerve Polychaetes Oligochaetes Hirudinea (Leeches) Secondary simplification for burrowing Reduced segmentation, parasitic Annelid Phylogeny Nematodes Trilobites Chelicerata Crustacea Myriapoda Insecta Cuticle Jointed appendages Mandibles Uniramia Chelicera, 2 tagmata, 4 pairs of legs Five pairs of legs (decapods) Head and trunk 3 tagmata, 3 pairs of legs Arthropod Phylogeny Phylum Chordata 34.3 Fish Amphibians Mammals Four legs Amniotic egg Vertebrate Phylogeny Jaws Reptiles Birds Fur and milk Figure 41.3 Homeostatic regulation of cellular fuel Increases cells permeability to sugar and livers synthesis of glycogen Liver breaks down glycogen to form sugars Figure 41.19 The duodenum Figure 41.21 Enzymatic digestion in the human digestive system...
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This note was uploaded on 05/13/2010 for the course BIOL 1202 taught by Professor Gregg during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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