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Bio Lab Study Sheet - Plant Diversity I and II Domain...

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Plant Diversity I and II Domain: Eukarya, Eukaryota Kingdom: Plantae, Viridiplantae Phylum: Chlorophyta Genus: Chlamydomonas Caption: Chlamydomonas w.m. Description: To what phylum does this organism belong? (ans. Chlorophyta). Domain: Eukarya, Eukaryota Kingdom: Plantae, Viridiplantae Phylum: Zygnemophyta Genus: Spirogyra Caption: Spirogyra, vegetative filamentous green alga, 400x
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Description: What is the relationship between the chloroplasts and genus name of this organism? Domain: Eukarya, Eukaryota Kingdom: Plantae, Viridiplantae Phylum: Chlorophyta Genus: Volvox Caption: Volvox w.m., colonial green alga, 100x Description: What is this specimen considered a colonial organism? Domain: Eukarya, Eukaryota Kingdom: Plantae, Viridiplantae
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Phylum: Chlorophyta Genus: Ulva Caption: Ulva, marine green algae Description: To what phylum does this organism belong? (answer: Chlorophyta) Nitella Hepaticophyta (liverworts) Domain: Eukarya, Eukaryota Kingdom: Plantae, Viridiplantae Phylum: Embryophyta, Bryophyta Class: Bryopsida Caption: Moss archegonial head, female, gametophyte, archegonia, 40x Description: Locate a mature archegonia and explain its importance in the life cycle. (Hint. look toward the right side of the slide. This structure is the site of egg formation)
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Eukarya, Eukaryota Kingdom: Plantae, Viridiplantae Phylum: Embryophyta, Bryophyta Class: Bryopsida Caption: Moss antheridial head, antheridiophore, male, gametophyte Description: Name the structure and explain how its shape facilitates reproduction. (ans. moss antheridiophore –
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2010 for the course BIO 57290 taught by Professor Huke during the Spring '10 term at University of Houston.

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Bio Lab Study Sheet - Plant Diversity I and II Domain...

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