Dis.nguish between fer.liza.on and pollina.on
Describe the development of micro and
List the angiosperm synapomorphies
Describe double fer.liza.on
Walking though the tree of life:
List the main supergroups and some of their
What is a plant?
What is a pro?st?
What are fungi?
Plant of the day
Oldest living organism
World's most massive living organism
What are plants made of?
Describe the plant organs and their funcDons
Early land plant evolu/on
Derive a model for the sporic life cycle in order to understand its origin,
development and importance in plants
Represent variation in life cycle on your model
Identify how changes in life cycles have
INTRODUCTION TO MUSCLES & MOTOR MECHANISMS
To complete the assignment fill in all answers in the spaces provided on this form. You can add
more space below each question as needed; however, each question should be answered in no
more than 2-3 sentences. T
Understand what a phylogeny represents and
why they are so important to biology
Determine when two phylogenies are the
same or dierent.
Recognize monophyle+c groups
Lab Report 1
The affect of PH levels on the digestive rate of reaction between salivary amylase and starch results in a
negative impact on the function of the enzyme.
Enzymes are molecules found in biological systems that improve the
Biology, 8e (Campbell) Chapter 14 Mendel and the Gene Idea MultipleChoice Questions
1) Pea plants were particularly well suited for use in Mendel's breeding experiments for all of the following reasons except that A) peas show easily observed variations i