Biology 1407 Midterm Review Flashcards


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For which phylum are fronds a unique trait?

Monilophyta

2

For which phylum are anthers a unique trait?

Anthophyta

3

For which phylum are cones a unique trait?

Coniferophyta

4

For which phylum are pistils a unique trait?

Anthophyta

5

For which phylum are scales a unique trait?

Coniferophyta

6

For which phylum are sepals a unique trait?

Anthophyta

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For which phylum are sori a unique trait?

Monilophyta

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For which phylum are styles a unique trait?

Anthophyta

9

For which phylum is fruit a unique trait?

Anthophyta

10

For which phyla are antheridia a shared trait?

Bryophyta

Monilophyta

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For which phyla are archegonia a shared trait?

Bryophyta

Monilophyta

12

For which phyla are gametophytes a shared trait?

Bryophyta

Monilophyta

Coniferophyta

Anthophyta

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For which phyla are megaspores a shared trait?

Coniferophyta

Anthophyta

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For which phyla are microspores a shared trait?

Coniferophyta

Anthophyta

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For which phyla are sporophyte a shared trait?

Bryophyta

Monilophyta

Coniferophyta

Anthophyta

16

As the power of the objective lens increases, the brightness

decreases

17

At 100x are all the threads in focus at the same time?

yes

18

Move the slide forward, which way does the letter move?

backward

19

Move the slide to the right, which way does the letter move?

left

20

What is the orientation of the letter when viewed through the microscope?

up side down

21

What is the relationship between the magnification of the objective and depth of focus?

as the magnification increases, the depth of focus descreases

22

Which magnification has the greatest depth of focus?

4X

23

Shape of B. subtilis

bacilli

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Shape of E. coli

bacilli

25

Shape of Nostoc

hyphae

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Shape of Penicillium

hyphae

27

Shape of Puccinea

hyphae

28

Shape of Rhizopus

hyphae

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Shape of S. epidermidis

cocci

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Shape of S. volutans

spirallum

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Shape of Saccaromyces

hyphae

32

Shape of V. cholerae

vibrio

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Size of B. subtilis

.05-.06 mm

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Size of E. coli

1-2 um

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Size of Nostoc heterocyst

5-10 um

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Size of S. epidermidis

.8-1 um

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Size of S. volutans

.8-1 um

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Size of Saccaromyces

4-6 um

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What is the size of Amoeba proteus

1 mm- 100 mm

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What is the size of Chlamydomonas

1 um-100 um

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What is the size of Euglena

1 um-100 um

42

What is the size of Paramecium caudatum

100 um- 1 mm

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What is the size of Peridinium

1 um-100 um

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What is the size of Plasmodium vivax

1 um-100 um

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What is the size of Trypnosoma lewisi

1 um-100 um

46

What is the size of a Volvox colony

100 um- 1 mm

47

What is the size of the brown algae

larger than 1 cm

48

What is the size of the red algae

larger than 1 cm

49

Arrange the following steps of the scientific method in the correct order: 1. A hypothesis is developed. 2. Experiemnts are conducted. 3. The hypothesis is supported or rejected. 4. Observations are made. 5. The experimental setup is designed

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50

The categories of Bacteria, Archaea and Eukarya belong to which taxanomic rank?

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51

This is sometimes given to mimic the treatment?

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52

This the explanation of natural phenomena

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53

Which section of a scientific article places the findings of the study in the larger framework of science?

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54

The most frequently occurring measurement is the

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55

This is the square root of the difference between the mean and each of the sample measurements divided by the square root of the number of samples

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56

When the explanation of a scientific phenomenon has supporting evidence from multiple investigations, that explanation is a

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57

Which situation would using a t test be best for analyzing the data for significance?

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