Bio 2.3 Lab Exam

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  1. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Phylum?
    • Domain: Bacteria
    • Kingdom: Bacteria
    • Phylum: Cyanobacteria


  2. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Phylum?
    • Domain: Bacteria
    • Kingdom: Bacteria
    • Phylum: Cyanobacteria


  3. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Phylum?
    • Domain: Bacteria
    • Kingdom: Bacteria
    • Phylum: Cyanobacteria


  4. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Phylum?
    A and Function?
    B and Function?
    C and Function?
    D and Function?
    • Domain: Bacteria
    • Kingdom: Bacteria
    • Phylum: Cyanobacteria
    • A: Heterocyst; Fix nitrogen
    • B: Akinete; Food storage vegetative cells, resist environmental conditions
    • C: Vegetative cells; photosynthetic
    • D: Gelatinous Sheath; protection


  5. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Phylum?
    A and Function?
    B and Function?
    C and Function?
    • Domain: Bacteria
    • Kingdom: Bacteria
    • Phylum: Cyanobacteria
    • A: Heterocyst; fix nitrogen
    • B: Vegetative cell; photosynthetic
    • C: Polar nodule; structure connecting heterocyst to vegetative cell


  6. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Phylum?
    A and Function?
    B and Function?
    C and Function?
    • Domain: Bacteria
    • Kingdom: Bacteria
    • Phylum: Cyanobacteria
    • A: Akinete; resistant to environmental conditions, store food, allow organism to survive harsh conditions
    • B: Heterocyst; Fix nitrogen
    • C: Vegetative cell; photosynthetic
  7. Which photosynthetic pigments are associated with cyanobacteria?
    Chlorophyll A and Phycobilins
  8. What wavelengths of light do phycobilins absorb?
    Yellow-green light.
  9. What is the main light-harvesting pigment in cyanobacteria?
    Phycobilins
  10. What are the four phylums of the fungi kingdom?
    • Zygomycota (zygote fungi)
    • Glomeromycota (arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi)
    • Ascomycota (sac fungi)
    • Basidiomycota (club fungi)


  11. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Phylum?
    A and Function?
    B and Function?
    C and Function?
    Asexual or sexual reproduction?
    Stage in lifecycle and ploidy?
    • Domain: Eukarya
    • Kingdom: Fungi
    • Phylum: Zygomycota
    • A: Sporangia; Produce mitospores
    • B: Sporangiophores; grow and produce sporangia
    • C: Mitospores; germinate, mitosis to create hyphae
    • Asexual reproduction.
    • Asexual stage, 1N
  12. Draw the Rhizopus (zygote fungi) Life Cycle


  13. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Phylum?
    A and Ploidy?
    B and Ploidy?
    C and Ploidy?
    Asexual or sexual reproduction?
    • Domain: Eukarya
    • Kingdom: Fungi
    • Phylum: Zygomycota
    • A: Specialized conjugated hyphae; 1N
    • B: Young zygosporangia; N+N
    • C: Dormant zygosporangia; N+N then 2N Zygote
    • Sexual reproduction.
  14. Do zygomycota fungi have septate or aseptate hyphae?
    Aseptate
  15. Do ascomycota fungi have septate or aseptate hyphae?
    Septate



  16. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Phylum?
    Asexual or sexual reproduction?
    • Domain: Eukarya
    • Kingdom: Fungi
    • Phylum: Ascomycota
    • Asexual reproduction called budding.


  17. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Phylum?
    A and Function?
    B and Function?
    Asexual or sexual reproduction?
    • Domain: Eukarya
    • Kingdom: Fungi
    • Phylum: Ascomycota
    • A: Conidiophores; bear spores
    • B: Conidia aka spores; form new hyphae.
    • Asexual reproduction


  18. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Phylum?
    A?
    B?
    C?
    Asexual or sexual reproduction?
    • Domain: Eukarya
    • Kingdom: Fungi
    • Phylum: Ascomycota
    • A: Ascospores
    • B: Ascus
    • C: Sterile Hyphae
    • Sexual
  19. Draw the ascomycota life cycle.
  20. Do basidiomycota have aseptate or septate hyphae?
    Septate


  21. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Phylum?
    A?
    B?
    Asexual or sexual reproduction?
    • Domain: Eukarya
    • Kingdom: Fungi
    • Phylum: Basidiomycota
    • A: Basidia
    • B: Basidiospore
    • Sexual reproduction
  22. Draw the basidiomycota life cycle.


  23. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Phylum?
    A?
    B?
    C?
    Asexual or sexual reproduction?
    • Domain: Eukarya
    • Kingdom: Fungi
    • Phylum: Basidiomycota
    • A: Sorus
    • B: Mycelium
    • C: Spores
    • Asexual reproduction


  24. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Name?
    A?
    B?
    • Domain: Eukarya
    • Kingdom: Fungi
    • Name: Lichen
    • A: Algal cell
    • B: Hyphae


  25. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Phylum?
    Relationship?
    • Domain: Eukarya
    • Kingdom: Fungi
    • Phylums: Ascomycota and Basidiomycota
    • Relationship: Ectomycorrhizas


  26. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Phylum?
    Relationship?
    • Domain: Eukarya
    • Kingdom: Fungi
    • Phylum: Glomeromycota
    • Relationship: Endomycorrhizal


  27. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Class?
    Clade?
    Pigments?
    A & Function?
    B & Function?
    C & Function?
    D & Function?
    • Domain: Eukarya
    • Kingdom: Protista
    • Class: Excavata
    • Clade: Euglenozoa
    • Pigments: Chlorophyl a & b
    • A: Eye spot; detects light for movement
    • B: Pellicle; allows for flexibility
    • C: Nucleus
    • D: Chloroplast; photosynthesis


  28. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Class?
    Clade?
    Pigments?
    What is this organism known for causing?
    • Domain: Eukarya
    • Kingdom: Protista
    • Class: Chromalveolata
    • Clade: Alveolata
    • Pigments: Chlorophyl a & c, xanthophyll and carotene
    • Cause red tide


  29. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Class?
    Clade?
    Pigments?
    A?
    B?
    • Domain: Eukarya
    • Kingdom: Protista
    • Class: Chromalveolata
    • Clade: Stramenopila
    • Pigments: Chlorophylls a & c, fucoxanthin
    • A: Pinnate diatom, bilaterally symmetrical
    • B: Centric diatom, radially symmetrical


  30. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Class?
    Clade?
    A & Function?
    B & Function?
    • Domain: Eukarya
    • Kingdom: Protista
    • Class: Chromalveolata
    • Clade: Stramenopila
    • A: Oogonia, produce eggs
    • B: Antheridia, produce sperm
  31. Do saprolegnia have aseptate or septate hyphae?
    Aseptate


  32. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Class?
    Clade?
    Pigments?
    A?
    • Domain: Eukarya
    • Kingdom: Protista
    • Class: Chromalveolata
    • Clade: Stramenopila
    • Pigments: Chlorophyll a & c, fucoxanthin
    • A: Sporangia
  33. Draw the laminaria life cycle.


  34. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Class?
    Clade?
    Pigments?
    • Domain: Eukarya
    • Kingdom: Protista
    • Class: Archaeplastida
    • Clade: Rhodophyta
    • Pigments: Chlorophyll a, phycocyanin & phycoerythrin


  35. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Class?
    Clade?
    Pigments?
    • Domain: Eukarya
    • Kingdom: Protista
    • Class: Archaeplastida
    • Clade: Viridiplantae
    • Pigments: Chlorophyll a & b
  36. What happens during phycoplast cell division and what class of green algae presents this type of reproduction?
    The microtubules form parallel to the plane of cell division:



    Chlorophyceae
  37. What happens during phragmoplast cell division and what class of green algae presents this type of reproduction?
    The microtubules form perpendicular to the plane of cell division:



    Charophceae


  38. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Clade?
    Pigments?
    • Domain: Eukarya
    • Kingdom: Protista
    • Class: Chlorophyceae
    • Clade: Archaeplastida
    • Pigments: Chlorophyll a & b


  39. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Class?
    Clade?
    Pigments?
    A?
    B and Function?
    • Domain: Eukarya
    • Kingdom: Protista
    • Class: Chlorophycheae
    • Clade: Archaeplastida
    • Pigments: Chlorophyll a & b
    • A: Oogonium
    • B: Antheridium; produce sperm
  40. Draw the oedogonium life cycle.


  41. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Class?
    Clade?
    Pigments?
    • Domain: Eukarya
    • Kingdom: Protista
    • Class: Ulvophyceae
    • Clade: Archaeplastida
    • Pigments: Chlorophyll a & b


  42. Domain?
    Kingdom?
    Class?
    Clade?
    Pigments?
    Sexual or asexual reproduction?
    • Domain: Eukarya
    • Class: Charophyceae
    • Clade: Archaeplastida
    • Pigments: Chlorophyll a & b
    • Sexual reproduction, conjugation

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