THE STUDY OF OPPORTUNITY COST
Economics and Opportunity Cost
Modeling Opportunity Cost Using the Production Possibilities Frontier
Attributes of the Production Possibilities Frontier
The Big Picture
EX 6: Animal Diversity I
What are we doing?
Identify the major animal phyla with an
the basis for classification
structural and physiological adaptations
ANIMAL TISSUES, ORGANS,
Levels of Organization
All living things are made of CELLS.
Groups of cells that have the same
structural characteristics and perform the
same function are called TISSUES.
An ORGAN is a group of tissues work
Plant Diversity I
1. Multicellular, eukaryotic, and autotrophs.
2. Terrestriallive on land
3. Some are vascular, others are not
Vascular tissue (supportive & cond
EX 12: Animal Diversity II
Kingdom Animalia (Review)
No cell wall
Sexual reproduction with an embryo that
Animal life cycle (Review)
Animals reproduce sexually.
A diploid individual
Lab 8Overview of
What is EVOLUTION?
Evolution is defined as:
Change in allele frequency over time
The relationship of organisms by common descent
Evolution based on observations
Organisms have changed over time.
Genetic changes do occur
Plant Diversity II
1. Multicellular Eukaryotes
2. Photosynthetic Autotrophs
3. Terrestriallive on land
4. All seed producing plants have vascular
5. Reproduction b
Can you Match the Following :
_ Fluorescence Microscopy
_ Transmission EM
_ Bright-Field Microscopy
_ Dark-Field Microscopy
_ Scanning EM
_ Phase Contrast Microscopy
Please Match the following types of microscopy with
MICROBIOLOGY THE ONLY SCIENCE
WHERE MULTIPLICATION AND
MEAN THE SAME THING !
esp. one that causes disease.
Chapter I5: Evolution and Diversity of Microbial Life
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Earth's history and the beginning of life (p. 273, also review the Geological Timescale fig. 13.2, p. 240)
A. Earth is estimated to be ab
Chapter 16: Evolution and Diversity of Plants
Kingdom Plantae (p. 301)
A. Plants are members of Domain Eukarya, Kingdom Plantae.
1. Plant cells are eukaryotic.
2. Plants are multice
Chapter I: Scientific Study of Life
A. Science. Knowledge based on organized observations and inquiries into the natural and physical
B. Fields of science.
1. Social sciences: a branch
AND INTRODUCTION TO
BACTERIA AND PROTISTS
Terms you need to know
How life is classified
Why does every Biology lab begin
with the microscope?
Because many of the concepts we study
in Biology are at the microscopic level. In
order to see what we cant see, proper
use of the microscope is vital to gaining
Chapter 22: Reproduction and Development of Flowering Plants
A. Review from Ch. 16 (p. 443)
1. Four groups of plants: mosses and their relatives; ferns and theire relatives; conifers and o
national income accounting- the techniques used to measure the overall production of the economy and other related variables for the nation as a whole 2. gross domestic product (GDP)- the total market value of all final goods & services produced annu
1. Council of Economic Advisers- a group of 3 persons that advises and assists the president of the US on economic matters (including the preparation of the annual Economic Report of the President) 2. Expansionary fiscal policy- an increase in govern