[1106] Exam_2_Review

[1106] Exam_2_Review - Biology Lab 1106 Exam #2 Review v2.0...

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Biology Lab 1106  Exam #2 Review v2.0 Powerpoint by: Thien Nguyen Photos by: Jeffrey Seinfeld, Thien  Nguyen, Sergio Montano, and  Diana Do
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Author’s Footnotes - This Powerpoint should encompass labs 4,5,6 - Computers/laptops with less than 512MB ram may lack the  memory needed to load all pictures in this powerpoint. - If images doesn’t show up, just download them individually  on my bearspace: http://bearspace.baylor.edu/Thien_Nguyen1/public/Biology/110   - Not everything is labeled; Just the important parts are. - Images appear bigger and clearer when viewed full screen - Know everything on slide, unless otherwise indicated. - The microscopic slide for  lilium  is not completely labeled,  as I have no clue  ……yet. - The ending  –ia  and – ium  are equivalent (ex. Sporangia vs.  Sporangium)
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  Kingdom Plantae
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Kingdom Plantae Classified according to: Domain   Kingdom   Phylum   Subphylum  Class   Order   Family   Genus    Species How to read: Ex. Felis concolor  or  Felis concolor - Genus is capitalized - Species are uncapitalized - Could either be underlined or italicized.
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Kingdom Plantae For this exercise, know the: Domain   Kingdom      Phylum  ……………………    Genus * Know both microscopic, dissecting microscope,  AND live (“naked eye”)  view Domain: Eukarya/Eukaryota Kingdom: Plantae Bryophyte Group Fern and Fern Allies Group Gymnosperm Group Angiosperm Group
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Kingdom Plantae Bryophyte Group  – Green, have rootlike structures called  rhizoids, and may have stem and leaflike parts; They do not  generally possess specialized vascular or supporting tissues.  Gametophyte is  dominant  stage. Sporophyte is  dependent   on the gametophyte. Phylum Hepaticophyta (liverworts) Phylum Bryophyta (mosses) Phylum Anthocerophyta (hornworts)   Don’t  have to know Read info on:  P. 302 + P. 303 Manual; P. 58 Atlas 
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Kingdom Plantae Phylum Hepaticophyta ( liverworts ) Genus:  Marchantia Examine: Thallus (Plant body of bryophytes) (10x Compare with:  P. 304 (figure 28.4 &  *Live View  Next Slide Rhizoid Non Photosyntheti c  tissue  Photosynthetic   tissue  Pore
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Kingdom Plantae Phylum Hepaticophyta ( liverworts  Know this Genus:  Marchantia   Know this *Microscopic View  Prev. 
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Kingdom Plantae Phylum Hepaticophyta ( liverworts ) Genus:  Marchantia  Examine: Antheridia and Antheridiophore Compare with : P. 305 Manual (Fig. 28.6B); P. 61 Atlas (Fig .9.12)  (10x Antheridia (Packets of spermatogenous tissue) Spermatogenous  tissue  (4x)  Antheridiophore (stemlike structure) *Female Version   Next  Slide
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Kingdom Plantae Phylum Hepaticophyta ( liverworts ) Genus:  Marchantia
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course BIO 1106 taught by Professor Youngblood,aaron during the Spring '08 term at Baylor.

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[1106] Exam_2_Review - Biology Lab 1106 Exam #2 Review v2.0...

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