Bio Lab Exam 1 Review

Bio Lab Exam 1 Review - 1 What is the Domain/Kingdom that...

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1. What is the Domain/Kingdom that these belong to?    protist 2. Are they eukaryotic or prokaryotic?   prokaryotic 3. What is the scientific name for their shape?  cocci   2. What section had the largest percent of individual colonies? 3. What method did you use to make this?   the streak techniqui 1. 2. 1. What technique did you use to produce this slide?  2. What are the bacteria here doing?   3. What structure is responsible for this?  
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1. Identify this organism   amoeba proteus 2. By what mechanism does this organism move.   pseudopodia 3. There was an arrow pointing at the bottom part of one of the circle  1. Identify this organism.   Plant stem 2. Identify the structure the arrow is pointing to.  Vascular bundles 3. What does this structure do. You could only see the top part of this not the whole thing.
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