Biology 1411 Unit 9 Objectives
1. identify general characteristics of Bryophytes
2. Explain the typical bryophyte lifecche.
3‘ Identify and explain three reasons that bryophytes are poorly adapted to land.
4. Identify the common nam
Exam III, Fall 2011
Remember to read all of the possible answers before choosing the BEST ANSWER.
In animal cells the assembly of spindle microtubules during mitosis starts at the:
Cell walls made of chitin, composed of fillaments of cytoplasm called hypha, decomposers, and most are characterized
by a lack of flagellated cells.
mostly microscopic, mostly aquatic, and produce flagellated swimming asexual spores,
have nonseptate hypha
- 2 Fatty acids attached to a backbone (a chain of glycerol) so that one end is strongly
polar (and oriented towards water) and the other end is strongly non polar (and
oriented away from water); It is stable because waters
Honors Biology Chapter 7
PG. 125 - 141
Chapter 7: Membrane Structure and Function
I. Plasma membranes separates cell from surrounding by selective permeability
a. Membrane encloses solution and allows for uptake of nutrients and expels waste
Honors Biology Chapter 9
PG. 162 - 183
Chapter 9: Cellular Respiration, Harvesting Chemical Energy
I. Energy flows into the ecosystem as light and exits as heat
a. Autotrophs produce fuel themselves while heterotrophs eat others for energy
Honors Biology Chapter 8
PG. 142 - 161
Chapter 8: An Introduction to Metabolism
I. Cellular respiration powers the cell by extracting energy from sugars and fuels
a. Fungi cells convert energy into light (bioluminescence) attract pollinators
can be unicellular or multicellular, typically requires moisture
to thirve, most algea are non- vascular
range from unicellular to multicellular
found in marine and fresh water enviorments
covered in thin slime layer
important as nitrogen fixers
Botany Unit 4
Leaf Structure and Function
tdentify the function of leaves.
Discuss the evolution of leaves.
Explain how microphylis and megaphylls differ.
identify the petiole. blade and midrib of a simple ieaf.
Identify simple, pinnately comp
Unit 1 Plant Tissues
Plant Tissue Objectives
. Be able to recognize parenchyma, coilenchyma and sclerenchyma tissues.
. Be able to give the role and characteristics of parenchyma, collenchyma
and scierenchyma tissues.
. Distinguish between trac
Flowers and Fruit
1. Recognize that flowering plants are the dominant land plants today with Over 250,000
Briefly explain the evolutionary origin of the flower and the whorls of floral parts.
Identify the four whorls of floral
Botany Lab Unit 3
Stem Structure and Function
1. identify five functions of stems.
2. Explain the function and location of the apical meristem of the stem tip.
3. Be able to locate and give the function of lenticels, nodes, lateral buds, inter
Propagation and Germination
1. Identify and give the function of the three major parts of a seed.
2. Be able to identify and give the function of the three primary parts of the embryo; the
piumule, radiole and cotyledon.
Be able to expl
Botany Lab. Unit 2
Root Structure and Function
1. Become familiar with the anatomy of the dicot root. Be able to identify all tissues.
2. Identify the components of the stele and the cortex.
I 3. identify the function of the endodermis and Cas
CYANOBACTEREA, MICROALGAE AND MACROALGAE
“I. identify how aigae differ from terrestriat plants.
List the Phylum characteristics for the Cyanobacteria.
Deﬁne phycobiiiprotein, phycocyanin, phycoerythrin and attephycecyanin. _
Be able to
Biology 1411 — Unit 8
Fungi, Lichens and Mycorrhizae
1. List the phylum characteristics for the Zygomycota, Ascomycota, Basidiornycota.
2. List the general characteristics of lichens and mycorrhizae. '
3. Define: lichen, mycorrh'izae, coenocyt
gametophhyte is the dominate phase
poorly adapted to life on land
thin cuticle no xylem or phloem
sperm cannot swim on land and has thin cuticle