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Week 2

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2

Because the microscopes are par focal, the images (will or will not) stay in focus as the lens objective is changed

WILL

3

In addition to the base, which part should be held when carrying a microscope?

arm

4

More specifically what type of microscope will be used in lab?

bright field

5

TSA and PDA are which type of media?

selective

6

organisms observed in lab should be what length

mm only

7

magnification of ocular lens?

10x

8

Which biomolecule is casein?

protein

9

Which biomolecule is dextrose?

carbohydrate

10

Which objective lens should be in place when adding or removing a slide?

4x

11

Which type of microscope will be used in lab

compound, light microscope

12

Will the TSA and PDA be in semi-solid (agar) or liquid form?

semi-solid

13

Week 3

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14

Ascoscpores are

haploid

15

Basidiospores are

haploid

16

Fungal hyphae that have no separation between the fungal cells are

coenocytic

17

Multiple flagella emerging from the bacterial cell in the same location are known as

lophotrichous

18

Teliospores are

Dikaryon

19

This type of staining includes two types of dyes being used

differential

20

This type of staining occurs when the dye sticks to the cell to give the cell color

Positive

21

Urediniospores are

dikaryon

22

When describing a microbial colony, the shape found at the edge of the colony is known as the

margin

23

Which bacterial cell shape is always found in arrangements with other bacterial cells?

cocci

24

Which cell wall type has 2 layers of peptidoglycan?

gram-negative

25

Which cell wall type has a large periplasmic space?

gram-negative

26

Which cell wall type has a thicker layer of peptidoglycan?

gram-positive

27

Zygospores are

diploid

28

____ flagella are attached at the ends of the bacterial cell while _____ flagella are attached all around the bacterial cell.

Polar; peritrichous

29

Week 4

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30

Algae also serve as major ___ for the planet.

primary producers

31

Algae is a term that includes all protists that have this type of metabolism

photoautotroph

32

Algae is predominantly found in

marine and freshwater environments

33

Another important role for protozoans is causing disease. The relationship between the host organism and the organism causing the disease is known as

parasitism

34

Ciliates are grouped in

SAR Clade

35

Euglenozoans include all of the following except

Apicoplexans

36

Many algae are also known as

phytoplankton

37

Protists are not a kingdom because they lack a shared, unique characteristic. To include them in one kingdom makes that kingdom

paraphyletic

38

The SAR clade is an unranked supergroup that includes all of the following except

Amoebozoans

39

This measure counts all the individuals found per species in a given area.

species eveness

40

This measure counts all the species in a given area.

species richness

41

This type of biodiversity examines the community of living organisms and how they interact with the abiotic environment.

Ecological biodiversity

42

This type of biodiversity investigates the differences in DNA within a single species.

genetic biodiversity

43

Which algae group is the closest sister taxa to land plants?

green algae

44

A symbiotic relationship where all organisms in the relationship benefit is known as a

mutualism

45

Week 5

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46

A shared, unique trait of anthophytes is

flowers

47

A shared, unique trait of tracheophytes is

vascular tissue

48

All tracheaphytes have these structures except

flowers

49

Anthophyta is a ____ group because all the descendents are included in the group.

monophyletic

50

Because bryphytes lack xylem and roots, they are limited in size and dispersal by

water

51

Bryophyta is a ___ group because not all the descendents are included in the group.

paraphyletic

52

For bryophytes, which generation is photosynthetic?

Haploid gametophyte

53

Green algae is a ___ group because not all the descendents are included in the group.

paraphyletic

54

The first leaves appeared in this group

Lycophytes

55

The structure that contains the female reproductive organs in anthophytes is

gynocelium

56

The structure that contains the male reproductive organs in anthophytes is

androecium

57

The structure that creates female gametes in the gametophyte is the

archegonia

58

The structure that creates male gametes in the gametophyte is the

antheridia

59

The tissue in plants that transports water is

vascular tissue

60

Which of the following is not an evolutionary advantage to having seeds?

increased presence of heterospory

61

For which phylum are fronds a unique trait?

monilophyta

62

For which phylum are anthers a unique trait?

Anthophyta

63

For which phylum are cones a unique trait?

Coniferophyta

64

For which phylum are pistils a unique trait?

Anthophyta

65

For which phylum are scales a unique trait?

Coniferophyta

66

For which phylum are sepals a unique trait?

Anthophyta

67

For which phylum are sori a unique trait?

Monilophyta

68

For which phylum are styles a unique trait?

Anthophyta

69

For which phylum is fruit a unique trait?

Anthophyta

70

For which phyla are antheridia a shared trait?

Bryophyta

Monilophyta

71

For which phyla are archegonia a shared trait?

Bryophyta

Monilophyta

72

For which phyla are gametophytes a shared trait?

Bryophyta

Monilophyta

Coniferophyta

Anthophyta

73

For which phyla are megaspores a shared trait?

Coniferophyta

Anthophyta

74

For which phyla are microspores a shared trait?

Coniferophyta

Anthophyta

75

For which phyla are sporophyte a shared trait?

Byrophyta

Monilophyta

Coniferoophyta

Anthophyta

76

Week 6

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77

Bark, which is thicken, toughen periderm, arises from this lateral meristem?

Cork cambium

78

Seeds with edible fruit are most likely dispersed by

Animals

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Seeds with wings are most likely dispersed by

Wind

80

The arrangement of flowers on the stem with the newest flowers near the end of the shoot is

Indeterminate inflorescence

81

The arrangement of flowers on the stem with the oldest flowers near the end of the shoot is

Determinate Florescence

82

The cortex in stems is made of this tissue

Ground

83

The epidermis, cuticle, guard cells, root hairs and trichomes arise from this type of meristem?

Protoderm

84

The epidermis, cuticle, guard cells, root hairs and trichomes arise from this type of tissue?

Dermal

85

The parenchyma, collenchyma and sclerenchyma arise from this type of meristem?

Ground Meristem

86

The parenchyma, collenchyma and sclerenchyma arise from this type of tissue?

Ground

87

The xylem and phloem in leaves are contained in which structure?

Vein

88

This meristem is located in the root and shoot tips.

Apical Meristem

89

This meristem is located in the stems of plants that live longer than one year.

Lateral Meristem

90

Xylem and phloem elements arise from this type of meristem?

Procambium

91

Xylem and phloem elements arise from this type of tissue?

Vascular

92

The ash has which leaf shape?

obtuse

93

The grass has which leaf shape

aciculate

94

The esperanza has which leaf shape?

lanceolate

95

The turk's cap has which leaf shape

palmate

96

The plant 5 has which leaf shape?

whorled

97

The ash has which vein pattern?

palmate

98

The grass has which vein pattern?

parallel

99

The esperanza has which vein pattern?

pinnate

100

The turk's cap has which vein pattern?

reticulate

101

The plant 5 has which vein pattern?

reticulate

102

The ash has which leaf margin?

crenate

103

The grass has which leaf margin?

entire

104

The esperanza has which leaf margin?

serrate

105

The turk's cap has which leaf margin?

serrate

106

The plant 5 has which leaf margin?

entire

107

The daisy has which inflorescence morphology type?

lingulate

108

The hibiscus has which inflorescence type?

campanulte

109

The Ixora has which inflorescence type?

Cruciform

110

The lantana has which inflorescence morphology type?

Tubular

111

The rose has which inflorescence morphology type?

Rotate

112

The fig is which type of fruit?

Multiple

113

The orange is which type of fruit?

Simple-- Berry

114

The peas is which type of fruit?

Simple-- Legume

115

The pistachio is which type of fruit?

Simple-- Drupe

116

The raspberry is which type of fruit?

Aggregate

117

Which phyla have cork cambium?

Coniferophyta

Anthophyta

118

Which phyla have epidermal cells?

Bryophyta

Monilophyta

Coniferophyta

Anthophyta

119

Which phyla have megaphylls?

Monilophyta

Coniferophyta

Anthophyta

120

Which phyla have parenchyma cells?

Bryophyta

Monilophyta

Coniferophyta

Anthophyta

121

Which phyla have phloem cells?

Monilophyta

Coniferophyta

Anthophyta

122

Which phyla have phloem sieve elements?

Anthophyta

123

Which phyla have roots?

Monilophyta

Coniferophyta

Anthophyta

124

Which phyla have stems?

Monilophyta

Coniferophyta

Anthophyta

125

Which phyla have stomata and guard cells?

Bryophyta

Monilophyta

Coniferophyta

Anthophyta

126

Which phyla have xylem cells?

Monilophyta

Coniferophyta

Anthophyta

127

Which phyla have xylem vessels?

Anthophyta