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Chapters 28/13 Study Questions & Terms
1. Why is Kingdom Protista no longer a valid taxonomic
Because they are mostly unicellular and are not monophyletic. Mostly
Related to fungi, plants and animals. Group formed by exclusion so
Chapter 35 Study Questions & Terms
1. Roots and stems grow indeterminately but leaves do not; how does this
benefit the plant?
2. Characterize the role of each of the three tissue systems in a plant.
3. Which cells in the plant body are dead, yet fully fu
Answers to Study Questions Chapter 30 & 38
1. Name four reproductive adaptations common to all seed plants that
contribute to their success in the adaptation to land.
Highly reduced gametophytes, ovules, pollen, seeds
2. Contrast sperm delivery in seedles
DAY 4 (January 25, 2016) - Week 3
Chapters to be covered for First Exam on Monday: 26, 27, 28, 29
Metabolic types to remember:
Autotrophs - use inorganic carbon (CO2 for C source)
Heterotrophs - eat others for carbon
Mixotrophs - can photosynthesize OR us
Chapter 31 - Fungi Study Questions and Terms
1. What is the difference between the nutritional modes of fungi and
2. When you sample the DNA of two masses of fungal mycelia on opposite
sides of your yard you find they are genetically identical; s
Chapter 27 Study Questions and Terms
1. Why is Kingdom Monera (which includes all prokaryotic organisms
Bacteria and Archaea) no longer a valid taxon?
Kingdom Monera is no longer valid because the members would be in
two different domains.
2. What feature
Chapter 36 Transport in Vascular Plants: Study Questions and Terms
1. What is the difference between short distance and long distance transport
2. What is the difference between passive and active membrane transport?
Give an example of each rel
Chapter 29 Plant Diversity I Study Questions and Terms
1. What are the characteristics that link charophyte algae to the green
- Homologous chloroplasts with chlorophyll a
- chlorophyll b and carotenoids are like accessory photosynthetic
Chapter 26 Phylogeny Study Questions Answers
1. What is the ultimate source of genetic variation?
The ultimate source of genetic variation is mutation, or a change in
nucleotide sequence of a particular gene.
2. What is meant by genetic recombination?
Chapter 26 Phylogeny Study Questions and Terms
What is the ultimate source of genetic variation?
Genetic recombination/mutation is the ultimate source of genetic variation
What is meant by genetic recombination?
DNA that is modified through the means of c