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Protists 1. Protists 2. Botany 1. Botany 2. Amphibians. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. a)Most protists are comprised of this # of___cells(s)?

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  1. Protists 1 Protists 2 Botany 1 Botany 2 Amphibians 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500

  2. a)Most protists are comprised of this # of___cells(s)? b)This type of protist is multicellular.

  3. a-One b-Kelp

  4. What are the three major types of protists?

  5. Plant-like Animal-like Fungi-like

  6. What is the term that describes asexual reproduction in single-celled protists?

  7. Binary Fission

  8. The pigment___is present in all algae; it appears____in color because that is the wavelength of light that it does not reflect.

  9. -Chlorophyll -Green

  10. What is the term for animal-like protists that are motile (can move)?

  11. Protozoans Note: this term is used inconsistently; some biologist do…some don’t. Why? Well, it’s complicated…look it up if you’re really interested.

  12. Protists have a nucleus. That means they belong to which domain?

  13. Eukaryota

  14. Humans and protists both function at the organism level. Which organizational levels do humans have that protists lack?

  15. -Tissue-Organ-Organ System

  16. This organism is responsible for most of the oxygen generated on Earth.

  17. Phytoplankton!

  18. What does an amoeba (ameba) use its pseudopodia for?

  19. Locomotion and feeding

  20. How do planarians reproduce asexually?Yeah…I know they’re not protists.

  21. Regeneration

  22. What characteristics are shared by most plants?

  23. -Cells have cell walls-Autotrophs-Chlorophyll-Waxy Cuticle

  24. What do plants produce during their sporophyte generation?

  25. Spores…DUH!

  26. What do plants and algae have in common?

  27. -Chlorophyll-Cells have cell walls-Mostly autotrophic-two-stage life cycle

  28. What is phototropism?

  29. Tropisms are movement in response to a stimulus. Phototropism is a specific type that refers to movement of plants toward a light source.Gravity is another source of tropism…geotropism.

  30. Two Part Question:1.Which group of plants makes up the bulk of our agricultural produce?2. Do gymnosperms and angiosperms both produce seeds?

  31. 1.Angiosperms2. Yup…they shur do 

  32. What are two differences between monocots and dicots?

  33. Monocots: -one cotyledon-vascular tissue randomly arrangedDicots:-Two cotyledons-Vascular tissues arranged circumferentially (in a circle)

  34. What is the function of a plant’s roots?

  35. -Provide water and minerals-Support-Store nutrients

  36. What are two types of vascular tissue in plants and what is the function of each?How do the cells of nonvascular plants get water and nutrients?

  37. 1.Xylem: Water TransportPhloem: Nutrient Transport2.Diffusion and osmosis from the environment or from nearby cells

  38. What are the three parts of a seed?

  39. -Seed Coat-Cotyledon (seed leaf)-Embryo (young plant)

  40. Two Part Question:1. What is the male part of the flower called?2.What is the female part of the flower called?

  41. 1. The Stamen2. The Pistil

  42. Name three types of amphibians.

  43. -Caecilians-Frogs & Toads-Salamanders

  44. What are the stages of frog metamorphosis?

  45. 1. Fertilized egg2. Tadpole3. Metamorph4. Adult Frog

  46. Amphibians are very sensitive to changes in water quality and climate. What is the term used for these type of organisms?

  47. Environmental Indicators

  48. How does gas exchange take place in amphibians?

  49. Via skin and lungs.

  50. How do amphibians reproduce?

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