Eukaryotic unicellular organisms
From kingdom Protista
Two basic kinds
Produce their own food
Must capture their food
Have plant and animal features
Part One: Unity and Diversity
Ways to classify bacteria
Shape and size
Gram positive and Gram negative
Metabolism (include respiration and food source)
A. Size and Shape
Bacteria were first described by Leeuwenhoek in 1677 after he had
Chapter Two Notes
Big Ideas in Biology: Change with Time
What is the significance of a change with time? How do we define evolution?
What are some patterns of evolution and how can we prove that a change
actually occurred. How are species formed or change
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Phylum Echinodermata (Greek: echinos = spiny, derma = skin)
The Phylum Echinodermata includes 6 Subphyla that include a total of 18 Classes.
Some of these Subphyla and Classes i
Review Questions : page
1. The modern view of evolution is based on scientific evidence which combines
both genetic information and the theory of natural selection. It implies a change
over time. Earlier beliefs were based on opinion and nonscient
A new bunch of organisms.
Some questions to ponder:
1. How do these animal eat?
2. How do they regulate water balance?
3. How do they reproduce?
4. What are some characteristics that can be used for classification?
5. How are different types of p
Peppered Moth Analysis
Percent Dark Moths
Percent Light Moths
Explain how the color of moths increases or decreases their
chances of survival depending on the environment.
3. 500 light colored moths an