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test 2 WHAT TO STUDY!! - REVIEWING FOR EXAM II I. Look at...

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REVIEWING FOR EXAM II I. Look at microbes such as a few things for viruses a. Know difference between eukaryote and prokaryote b. Three domains of life c. Know about bacteria and archea c.i. Differences between the two c.ii. Domain eukarya c.ii.1. We looked at fungi and plant c.iii. Prions, viroids, diseases they cause, mitosis and miosis-how it takes place in bacteria and archea c.iv. Know shapes and organs from micro organisms c.v. Know shapes of chromosomes in certain organisms (if they’re linear circular etc.) d. Symbiotic reationships, several questions about this d.i. Know the different types d.ii. Know the one about the plant and the organism on its roots e. Know protists are unicellular eukaryote e.i. That’s about all I need to know for protists f. FUNGI f.i. Know five phylum and the characteristics of each f.ii. The organelles etc. of fungi f.iii. Definitely need to know the sexual cycles for each fungi, know the terminology and know in detail f.iv. Individual life cycles of each branch of fungi f.v. Three symbiotic reationships that I should know in detail g. Plant reproduction and development g.i. Majority of plants life as an adult plant is diploid, known as a sporophyte g.i.1. The only part of the plant that is haploid is the flower, and most of the flower is actually diploid, the haploid cells are within the ovary and the pollen sacks
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2012 for the course BIOL 1002 taught by Professor Pomarico during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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