exam_3_study_guide - BIOL120 Winter 2008 Exam 3 Study Guide...

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BIOL120 Winter 2008 Exam 3 Study Guide I have listed below specific actions that you should be able to complete in order to do well on the exam. There is a lot of new terminology in this section of the course and you may want to use flash cards to help you to learn the terms. The exam will be made up of multiple choice and short answer questions. Use the textbook to help you understand the topics that we covered in class but disregard topics that we did not cover. I will not test you on laboratory information that I did not talk about in lecture (e.g. stem and leaf modifications) but the recitation material is fair game. In fact, I suggest that you look carefully at the recitation activities and homework questions in studying for the exam. This exam will cover the material from the introduction to plants lecture on Mar. 3 up to and including the plant nutrition lecture. Plant behavior will be on exam 4. I will make an announcement in class about the cutoff of material for exam 3. List the differences in structure between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells Describe how eukaryotic cells arose Describe the relationships among Bacteria, Archaea, and Eukarya Define the archaeplastida List the supergroup that includes animals and fungi Give evidence for the endosymbiotic origins of mitochondria and chloroplasts as well as the order of these events Interpret phylogenetic trees describing the relationships among the sequences of organelles that arose by endosymbiosis and their host cell genomes Describe the distinguishing characteristics of: o Land plants o Bryophytes o Seedless vascular plants o Gymnosperms o Angiosperms List the characteristics that differ between eudicots and monocots Define phenotypic plasticity Define meristem, embryo, vascular system, seed, and fruit Plant Structure Define plasmodesmata, cell wall, and protoplast Compare and contrast plant and animal cells in terms of their organelle composition (and presence/absence of cell wall) List the plant systems, organs, tissues, and cell types Compare and contrast tap roots and fibrous roots
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