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3 Kingdoms_09(200903050002335) - 3 Kingdoms

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3 Kingdoms You will be responsible for teaching us about one of the following 3 Kingdoms:  Monera, Protista, and Fungi.  You  will choose the subject of your presentation in class, randomly. The following outline is the list of information on these 3 Kingdoms that AP Biology students MUST know for the  AP Exam: Chapter 27: Prokaryotes (Monera)—includes Domain Bacteria and Domain Archaea Peptidoglycan Nucleoid region and plasmids are unique to bacteria Photoautotrophs vs. chemosynthetic autotrophs Archaebacteria and eubacteria  Symbiotic relationships Chapter 28: Protists Eukaryotic diversity in Protists Different types of Protists (algae-like, protozoa, fungus-like) Chapter 31: Fungi Fungi heterotrophs feed by absorption Basis of classification of fungi: type of reproductive structures Hyphae, mycelium, plasmogamy, ascus, basdium, conidium Mycorrhizae Lichens Presentation Guidelines : 1. You may work individually or in pairs.  NO groups larger than 2 students. 2. Your goal is to teach us about your taxonomic group of organisms       and how your group of organisms differs   from the other two kingdoms. 3.
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2011 for the course BIO 020.152 taught by Professor Pearlman during the Fall '08 term at Johns Hopkins.

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