bio 210 lab ws 4

bio 210 lab ws 4 - Vivy Vu Feb 16, 2011 Slime Molds and...

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Vivy Vu Feb 16, 2011 Slime Molds and Rhizopus 7. a. The cytoplasmic movement of Physarum is most like what other species that we have examined today? Slime molds b. What is a possible function of cytoplasmic movement in Physarum? To avoid light and find food c. What conditions cause Physarum to form spores? When the conditions are unfavorable ( http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/protista/slimemolds.html ) Fungi 3.a. In what structure is the dark pigment of Rhizopus concentrated? sporangia b. Is Rhizopus reproducing sexually as well as asexually in the same Petri dish? How can you tell? Yes because sporangia and the zygospores are visible ( http://en.wikipedia.org/ wiki/Rhizopus ) PLANT Worksheet Questions (32 questions at 0.5 pts each = 16 pts) Moss Bryophytes 5. a. How many cells thick is the leaflet? 1 b. Is there a midrib vein? yes c. How high is the plant? 3 cm d. Is the symmetry of a moss gametophyte radially symmetrical or bilaterial? bilateral
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2011 for the course BIO 210 taught by Professor Lydeard during the Spring '10 term at American.

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bio 210 lab ws 4 - Vivy Vu Feb 16, 2011 Slime Molds and...

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