BioLab

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BioLab
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2011-05-01 16:53:17
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  1. Class & Phylum
    Phylum: Annelida

    Class: Hirudina

  2. Class & Phylum
    Phylum: Annelida

    Class: Oligochaeta
  3. Phylum: Annelida

    Class: Polychaeta

  4. Phylum Arthropda

  5. Phylum & Class
    Phylum: Arthropoda

    Class: (left) Chilopoda

    Right: Diplopoda

  6. Phylum & Class
    Phylum: Mullusca

    Class: Gastropoda

  7. Phylum & Class
    Phylum: Mullusca

  8. Phylum & Class
    Phylum: Mullusca

    Class: Cephalopda

  9. Phylum and Class
    Phylum: Ascomycota

    Class:Penicillium

  10. Phylum and Class
    Phylum: Ascomycota

    CLass: Aspergillus

  11. PHylum and Class
    Phylum: Porifera
  12. Female Pine Cone
  13. Male Pine cone

  14. Phylum
    Cycadophyta

  15. Phylum
    Phylum: Ginkgophyta
  16. The male gametophyte of a pine tree
    produced within a pollen grain
  17. Plants that produce flowers are?
    Angiosperms
  18. Petals of a flower are collectively called
    Corolla
  19. The Male or Microsporophyll portion of flower are
    • Anther
    • Stamen
    • Filament
  20. The portion of flower containing pllen grains is
    The anther
  21. Source of Nutrition for AngioSperm Embryo
    Endosperm
  22. Source of Nutrition for Gymnosperm Embryo
    Female gametophyte
  23. The Ovary turns into the _______ and the ovules turn into the ________
    • Fruit
    • Seed
  24. Porifera Characteristics
    (4)
    • No body Symmetry
    • Little Cell Differentiation
    • Cell level of Organization
    • Filter Feeders
  25. Cnidarian Characteristics
    (4)
    • Radial Symmetry
    • 2 GermLayers
    • Gastro Vascular cavity
    • tissue level
    • Nematocyct
  26. Rotifers Characteristics
    (2)
    • Psudoroloemate
    • Complete gut
  27. Nematode
    • Complete Gut
    • Bilateral Symmetry
    • Pseudocolomate
    • Molting
  28. Platyhelminthes Characteristics
    (6)
    • Bilateral Symmetry
    • Cephalization
    • Incomplete gut
    • no body cavity
    • organ system
    • parasitic (mostly)
  29. Reef formation is contributed to what
    Cnidarians shedding the exosketaton
  30. Annelida Include
    • Oligchaeta-Earthworms
    • Plychaeta-Marine. Parapodia
    • Hirudinae-Mostly Parasitic
  31. Mullusca Characteristics
    • Foot
    • Mantle
  32. Mullusca Include
    • BiValvea
    • Gastropoda
    • Cepholopodia
  33. Anthropoda Characteristics
    • Segmentation
    • Jointed Limbs
  34. Antrhopoda SubPhyla
    • Chelicerta
    • Crustacea-seafood
    • Hexapoda-Insects
    • Myriapoda_Millapoda and Certipodas
  35. This is what
    A Mature Anther

    With pollen grains in sacs

  36. Phylum and Class
    Phylum: Cnidaria

    Class: Hydrozoa
  37. What are the 2 main parts
    • Ascus-containing spores
    • AscoCarp-The whole thing
  38. What is S & B
    • S= Basidiospres
    • B= Basidium
  39. Which class of Annelidas have setae attached to parapodia
    Oligchaeta-earthworms
  40. What is an example of subPhylum Crustacea
    Shrimp-All seafood
  41. Earthworms exhibit segmentation as defined as
    Segmented compnents of various organ systems

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