Algae, Protist, and Fungi worksheet

Algae, Protist, and Fungi worksheet - Algae Protozoa and...

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Algae, Protozoa and Fungi Worksheet Manual Questions (0.5 pts each for total of 22 pts) Algae Chapter 25 1. a. Is the movement of Chlamydomonas fast or slow relative to its size? Fast b. What enables Chlamydomonas to move? Its 2 flagella c. How does methylcellulose affect the movement of Chlamydomonas ? Slows it down d. How does the stigma/eye spot help Chlamydomonas survive? It helps undergo photosynthesis by allowing light in for nutrients 2. a. If the Chlamydomonas zygote (zygospore) has a tough outside coat, then under what environmental conditions would a zygote NOT undergo meiosis immediately? Unfavorable conditions for survival of offspring b. Are cells of Chlamydomonas haploid or diploid? haploid c. Is the life cycle of Chlamydomonas predominantly haploid or diploid? Haploid d. Which part of the cycle is diploid? Fusing (zygote) to a protective shield (zygospore) 5. a. What is oogamy? An egg (nonmotile, bigger than sperm) b. What are the tiny spheres inside the larger sphere of Volvox ? Daughter colonies c. How do you suppose they get out? By breaking through the parent colony d. Are the smaller spheres of cells within the large Volvox colony representative of asexual or sexual reproduction? asexual 6. a. How does the structure of Fucus differ from the green algae that you have examined earlier in this exercise?
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Fucus is a brown algae. Its pigment is brown instead of green, it’s multicellular, and grows in cool water. They are larger, flattened, and more parenchymatous b. How do the photosynthetic pigments of Fucus compare to the pigments in green algae and the red algae, Polysiphonia ? Their pigments are associated with the temperature of the water and they are usually classified by their pigment color. c.
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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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Algae, Protist, and Fungi worksheet - Algae Protozoa and...

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