Diversity of Terrestrial Communities
By: Lacie Williams
Biology 113 Section 2
February 24, 2014
A community is composed of all the organisms that live
and interact within a certain area. In a community, each species
has a niche, which include
1. Know the basic structure of vascular plants (roots,
shoot system, leaves)
2. Discern between angiosperms and gymnosperms
3. Discern between monocot and dicot plants
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COMPARISON OF TWO
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Biology 113 Section 2
The purpose of this assessment was to study the ecosystem structure and its plant
community composition by mea
1. Understand the developmental and phylogene4c
implica4ons of the animal bauplan
2. Become familiar with three phyla of invertebrates
Invertebrates are animal species that do not develop a
Flowering Plant Reproduc7on
1. Dissect a ower and dieren5ate its parts
2. Understand the plant life cycle (alterna5on of genera5ons)
3. Iden5fy the parts of fruits and seeds
Mathemahcs 1. Make a drawing to Show
4. Describe how to separate a segm
should this process change to sep
3. Draw a segment from one
to the third side. When wi
0f the triangle? Explain wh
5. List at least four methods to
You can also use the measure of the central angle to determine the arc
length. The arc length (or length of an arc) is different from the degree
measure of an arc. Suppose a circle was made of string. The length of the arc
' would be the linear distance o
4. List the methods used to show that two triangles are congruent. For each
method, draw a diagram showing the congruent parts needed to show the
,5. Draw a horizontal line using a straightedge.
a. Connect two straws of unequal length with
Guided 7.’ Find the geometric mean between 4 and 25. T
Pradice 8. Refer to' right triangle PTG. ' _A/’
a. Name three similar triangles. -/\ '
b. Name two angles congruent to LPGT. / 1'
Find the values of x and y.
\ 13. Look for a Pattern Complete the
Here is a summary of the properties of a rectangle.
It a quadrilateral is a rectangle, then the following
properties hold true.
1. Opposite sides are congruent and parallel.
2. Opposite angles are congruent.
3. Consecutive angles are supplementary.
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UNDERSTANDING PLANT REPRODUCTIVE DIVERSITY
Flowering plants display spectacular floral diversity and a bewildering array of reproductive adaptations
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