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CH30greenplants notesfromclas - Ques9on 1: Domain Bacteria...

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Unformatted text preview: Ques9on 1: Domain Bacteria Domain Archaea Domain Eukarya Which of the following characteris9cs are found in Eukaryotes? A) Organelles B) Circular chromosomes in the nucleus C) Sexual and asexual reproduc9on D) Nuclear envelope E) All of the above Domain Eukarya includes Pro9sts, Fungi, Animals, and Plants Review Pro9sts Green algae Pro9sts Choanoflagellates Fig. 26.11 Ancestral Eukaryote Animals Plants Fungi Review Monokaryotic hypha (n) + monokaryotic hypha (n) Fertilization Dikaryotic hypha (n+n) Summary of fungus lifecycles Karyogamy Diploid structure (2n) Meiosis Mitosis Spores (n) Review Phylum Ascomycota Contains 75% of known fungi Ascomycota have reproduc9ve structures with many spore-producing asci a. Morels Includes bread yeasts, morels, cup fungi, and truffles b. Cup fungi Fig. 31.12-1 c. Review Phylum Basidiomycota Basidiocarp Gills lined with basidia Basidium a. Include mushrooms, puffballs, shelf fungi among others Fig. 31.11 b. Mushrooms = basidiocarps Review Animal Diversity Kingdom Animalia is a monophyletic group Evolved from choanoflagellate protists Heterotrophic eukaryotes rRNA Major characteristics: Multicellularity Body symmetry Body cavity Body segmentation Protostome Animals Protostomes Review Protostome development Coelom Triploblasty Bilateral symmetry Deuterostome Animals Protostomes Review Deuterostomes Coelom Triploblasty Bilateral symmetry Deuterostome development This phylum includes vertebrates: sharks, bony fishes, amphibians, reptiles (including birds), and mammals ...
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2011 for the course BIO 106 taught by Professor Miller/cammilo during the Spring '11 term at Saint Louis.

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