The Relationship between Form and Function in Organisms
A major theme studied by many scientists in the biology field is the relationship between
form and function in organisms. Organisms are gro
1. The detector of light during de-etiolation (greening) of a tomato plant is (are)
Which of the following seedlings will probably bend toward light?
one whose tip is cut off
one whose tip is separated from its base by aluminum foil
1. Place terms from the box in appropriate category
Characteristics of plants:
Characteristics of algae:
Characteristics of both:
Cuticle, cell walls, lignin,
stomata, roots and shoots,
vascular tissue, seed with
chloroplast, pollen, emb
1. Name the closest relatives to the land plants.
2. List advantages and problems faced by early plants when they started colonizing terrestrial
3. List all the similarities that all current land plants share with charophytes. What distinguishes
Bi-202 Chapter 24
1. A viroid is made of.
2. Describe the lytic cycle of a bacteriophage. How do we call phages that undergo only lytic
3. What are viruses made of?
4. Viruses differ from living organisms in that viruses.
5. The subunits of the pro
1. What are the five major structures found in ALL bacteria? Draw a simple diagram of a bacterial cell,
labeling all five structures. List other organelles found in prokaryotic cells.
2. What are the other five bacterial cell features that are only found
1. Plant-like protists are collectively called_
2. Where would you find a paramecium?_ Which organelle is essential for the life in
this environment?_ What is the role played by a micronucleus?_
How conjugation differs from reproduction?_
3. Which protist
Chapter 40 Practice Questions
1. How does connective tissue differ from the other three major tissue types?
2. Cartilage is found _.
3. _ is the connective tissue specialized for transport.
a. bone, b. blood, c. adipose, d. muscle, e. cartilage
4. What ty
Title: Solubility Product Constant of Copper (II) Iodate
Objective: To determine the solubility product constant for calcium iodate against
Copper (II) iodate, is an insoluble ionic compound.
The equilibrium between the sparin
Transformation of E.coli with pGal (blue colony)
In molecular biology, transformation refers to a form of
genetic change in which bacteria take up free DNA from the
environment enabling them to express a new phenotype. In this
Title: Ecological Succession of Bacteria in Milk
Ecological succession is the observed changes in an ecological community over time.
When succession first begins, pioneer species are the first to colonize the new area.
Pioneer species are us
Transformation of E.coli with pGal
Bacterial transformation is a very important concept of molecular biology. It is a process
of introducing a genetically engineered plasmid or a one that is
Animals Exercises Part 2
1. Different types of food are eaten by various groups of animals, but it is usually true that _.
teeth of herbivores tend to be sharper than the teeth of carnivores
b. cellulose digestion in ruminant mammals occurs before