STUDY GUIDE: LECTURE 9
Readings in Campbell: pp. 256, 248-52; ch. 28; pp. 114-8
Sexual Life Cycles of eukaryotic organisms continued
Characteristic eukaryotic organisms is sexual reproduction, with haploid and diploid phases
Lab Practical Study Guide
Porifera: Sponges (Calcera and Silicea)
Simplest metazoans, no true tissues. Division lf labor between cells, but not organized.
Neither diploblastic or triploblastic.
All sessile, porous bodies, with porocytes
STUDY GUIDE: LECTURE 10
Reading in Campbell: pp. 600-604; 738-742; 101, 70-73, 108, 118-121, 743-747
Evolution of PLANTAE
From which algal division did plants evolve? Green algae
How do plants differ from algae: what features of th
Genetics Final Study Guide
is a side effect of bacteriophage-LYSIS
Transduction happens when a newly
assembling virus accidentally bundles up
into its capsid!
is the integration of DNA
Study Guide for Exam III Microevolution Evolution (descent with modification) via natural selection (differential reproductive success) Struggle for existence (ecological interactions with biotic and abiotic environments) Heritable genetic variation
Study Guide for Exam IV Hardy-Weinberg Theorem how they used Mendel to save Darwin logic behind equations o parental genotypes o gene pool (haploid) o offspring genotypes o etc. use of HW as null model (observed vs. expected), including Chi-square me
Exam II Study Guide Ecosystems Trophic structure (terms, levels, chain vs. web) Energy flow (characteristics, efficiency, role of trophic levels in the process) Nutrient cycling (characteristics, efficiency, role of tropic levels in the process) o Ca
Study Guide for Exam I Biodiversity three types (genetic, species, community) nature of crisis o current mass extinction event (human caused) overpopulation resource inefficiency habitat fragmentation exotic species pollution, global warming, oz