Chapter4 - Dakotah Forell Chapter 4 9-15-10 Critical to...

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Dakotah Forell Chapter 4 9-15-10 Critical to Know The table 4.2; page 79 4.3; page 82 Must Know -Prokaryotes and their basic cell structures and their function -Eukaryotes and their basic cell structures and their function -Cell Wall -Plasma membrane -Flagellum (a) -DNA and RNA -Vacuole -Vesicle -Chromosome -Cytoskeleton -Chloroplast and their thylakoids -Organelle -Lysosome -Golgi apparatus not detailed function -Nucleus -Nucleolus -Smooth endoplasmic reticulum -Rough endoplasmic reticulum -Ribosome -Microtubule -Mitochondrion -Centriole -Chromatin Evidence from Comparative Anatomy -If the theory of evolution is valid, then there should be evidence in anatomical relationships . Test: Observe comparative anatomy Data: vertebrate morphological studies: Fore limbs Heart Gills and lungs Bauplan = basic anatomical plan
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Evidence from fore-limb anatomy * homologous = similar structure derived from common ancestor (i.e. carpel, phalanges)- Bones Evidence from organ systems 1. Heart (2 fish, 3 amphibian, 3½ reptiles, 4 birds and mammals)
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This note was uploaded on 07/26/2011 for the course BIO 200 taught by Professor Herreid during the Fall '07 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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Chapter4 - Dakotah Forell Chapter 4 9-15-10 Critical to...

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