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BSC 2011 Dr. Presley Exam 5 Outline 1 of 4 GENERAL BIOLOGY II Exam 5 Review Outline FINAL EXAM DATE & TIME: _________________________________ PLANTS --- Chapters 28, 29, 34, 35, 37, 38 ---30 questions characteristics, evolution from green algae classification, adaptations for land habitats alternation of generations life cycles for each group important structures using specific terminology dominant generation, vascular or avascular, seedless or seeds, flowering or non-flowering, ecological and economic importance representative organisms (use chart during limited portion of the test period) method of dispersal Bryophoytes: Hepatophyta, Bryophyta, Anthocerophyta Seedless vascular: Lycophyta, Pterophyta Gymnosperms: Pinophyta/Coniferophyta, Cycadophyta, Ginkgophyta, Gnetophyta Angiosperms: Monocots, Eudcots Gametophyte, sporophyte, rhizoid, stomata, archegonia, antheridia, spore, strobilus, rhizome, fiddlehead, frond, prothallus, sporangia, pollen, embryo (cotyledon, radicle, hypocotyl), seed, germination, monocot, dicot, fruit, stamen (anther, filament), pistil/carpel (stigma, style, ovary, ovule), double fertilization tissues: meristematic(apical, cambium), protective (epidermis, endodermis), vascular (xylem, phloem), fundamental (par-, chlor-, coll-, sclerenchyma) ---types of cells, structures, locations, functions organs: root, stem, leaf, flower --- functions, structures( blade, petiole, node, internode, pericycle), mycorrhizae, herbaceous, woody, adventitious water and food transport mechanisms through plant Cohesion-tension theory for water movement -- details, transpiration Pressure flow model for sucrose movement-- details, active transport, turgor tropisms: photo-, gravito (geo)-, thigmotropism; organ positive or negative response hormones: auxins, gibberellins, cytokinins, abscisic acid, ethylene production, effects, method of action phototropism: short-day, long-day, day neutral, phytochromes red and far-red Details of flowering plant life cycle: flower (complete, perfect, monoecious) double fertilization (unique), seed, fruit, germination, seedling dev. in monocot & dicot asexual reproduction methods review your handwritten plant kingdom charts ANIMALS --- Chapters 31, 32, 33 ---25 questions characteristics: heterotrophic, diplontic life cycle, multicellular with specialization probable evolution from protozoans level of organization, symmetry, body plan, germ layers, coelom, segmentation phyla and sub-classification where studied - recognition of representative
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BSC 2011 Dr. Presley Exam 5 Outline 2 of 4 use of chart during limited part of the test period Porifera: spongeocoel, choanocytes, osculum, spicules(types), reproduction
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