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Plant Diversity

Plant Diversity

Plant Diversity The Evolution and Classification of Plants Warm-up: Write each Question and Answer for Each. What do I know about plants? True or False All plants perform photosynthesis. All plants need water and nutrients. All plants reproduce using flowers.

By benjamin
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Outline

Outline

Outline Leaks Water Quality Muddy water, fish kills, animals Common Plants and Algae and Control Control Methods Grass Carp Barley Straw Update Fish Topics Common species, trout, fish kills Miscellaneous Problems Canada Geese, muddy water New Resources Pond Leaks

By Leo
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Origin and Diversification of Eukaryotes: Protists

Origin and Diversification of Eukaryotes: Protists

Origin and Diversification of Eukaryotes: Protists. Eukaryotic Cells. Nucleus and membrane bound organelles Well developed cytoskeleton – structural support that lends to asymmetric forms May have originated more than 2.7 bya, but 1.8 bya widely accepted.

By oshin
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Invasive Algae

Invasive Algae

Invasive Algae. Coral Reef Degradation. Problems. Competes for crevices housing wildlife, can cover and shadow out corals. Uses nitrogen provided by coral to reproduce. Growth at 10% increase over coral in last year. All these lead to the degradation of coral reef and their ecosystems.

By benjamin
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Algae

Algae

Algae. An Overview. Characteristics. Range in size from microscopic to single celled organisms to large seaweed Autotrophic Form the reproductive structures – gametangia or gamete chambers Aquatic and have flagella at some point in life

By Ava
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II. Kingdom Protista

II. Kingdom Protista

II. Kingdom Protista. All are eukaryotic .  All have cells with nuclei.  All live in moist environments. Can be unicellular or multicellular .  Can be microscopic or over 100 meters (300 feet) long.  Some are heterotrophs , while others are autotrophs.

By daniel_millan
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W.D. Hamilton (1936-2000) Kin selection theory

W.D. Hamilton (1936-2000) Kin selection theory

W.D. Hamilton (1936-2000) Kin selection theory. Kin Selection. Camponotus hyatti ; Alex Wild. Kin Selection & Hamilton’s Rule. Altruism is favored when: rB - C > 0. r = relatedness between altruist and recipient. B = fitness benefit to recipient. C = fitness cost to the altruist.

By jaden
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Light and Photosynthesis

Light and Photosynthesis

Light and Photosynthesis. Light in the Ocean Intensity Color Inherent Optical Properties Apparent Optical Properties Remote Sensing Photosynthesis Light Absorption Light Reactions Dark Reactions. I need a work study student (library work, will pay).

By jana
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Chapter 5 Microbial Biotechnology……

Chapter 5 Microbial Biotechnology……

BTEC3301. Chapter 5 Microbial Biotechnology…… . Microbial Biotechnology. MICROORGANISMS AS TOOLS. INDUSTRIAL USE OF ENZYMES Several thermostable enzymes, like the Taq polymerase have been identified and widely used in PCR and other reactions.

By betty_james
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Non-Vascular Plants and Ferns

Non-Vascular Plants and Ferns

Non-Vascular Plants and Ferns. (a). Chara , a pond organism. 10 mm. 40 µm. (b). Coleochaete orbicularis , a disk- shaped charophycean (LM). Evolution of Land Plants. Land plants evolved from green algae The green algae called charophyceans are the closest relatives of land plants

By salena
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Decomposers and Autotrophs

Decomposers and Autotrophs

Decomposers and Autotrophs. Aquatic Decomposers: Viruses, Archaea, Bacteria, Protists, Fungi Autotrophs: Chemoautotrophs, Anoxygenic Phototrophs, Cyanobacteria, Eukaryotic “Algae”, Non-Vascular Plants, Vascular Plants. Ecological Trophic Roles.

By ankti
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Marine Ecology

Marine Ecology

Marine Ecology. Ecology is the study of the inter-relationships between the physical and biological aspects of the environment. It is the study of how organisms adapt to their environment and in turn alter it. 9-1. Ocean Habitats.

By bailey
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Chapter 15 Review

Chapter 15 Review

Chapter 15 Review. Protist. What is the term for protists with animal-like characteristics? ( a) amoebas (b ) protozoans (c) sarcodinians (d) zooflagellates. Protozoan. An amoeba can survive harsh conditions by forming a ( a) pseudopod (b) cyst ( c) diatom (d) spore. cysts.

By kory
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THREE-TOED SLOTHS

THREE-TOED SLOTHS

THREE-TOED SLOTHS. By: Mrs. Bonneville. HABITAT. Central America to Northern Argentina. APPEARANCE. Sloths have gray or brown hair. They are covered with blue-green algae. They grow 11/2 - 2 1/2 feet. The sloth has three toes. A sloth has a small tail. FOOD. Leaves Buds

By yeva
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The Eukaryotes

The Eukaryotes

The Eukaryotes. What makes a eukaryote? Why are these infestations/infections important?. Fungi Algae Protozoa Helminths Arthropods. Fungi. Mycology is the study of fungi. Fungal infections are increasing Are aerobic or facultatively anaerobic Chemoheterotrophs.

By salena
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Osmosis

Osmosis

Osmosis. Salinity. - Water is a universal solvent. (i.e. dissolves substances) Salinity: - Total amount of salt dissolved in seawater . Salinity refers to the number of grams of inorganic salts (i.e. NaCl) dissolved in one kilogram (1000 g) of water.

By kristin
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Kingdom Protista

Kingdom Protista

Kingdom Protista. The kingdom of misfits - organisms which are not fungi, not plants and not animals. 200,000 species. - microscopic to macroscopic - unicellular or colonial - free-living or parasitic - autotrophic or heterotrophic - all are eukaryotes.

By angelina
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The Plant Kingdom

The Plant Kingdom

The Plant Kingdom. Key Features. Multicellular Photosynthetic Alternation of generations- All plants have a haploid-diploid life cycle in which haploid gametophytes alternate with diploid sporophytes. Haploid/Diploid. Haploid- a cell with 1 set of chromosomes. Often designated as “n”

By nysa
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Word Meaning and Context Clues

Word Meaning and Context Clues

Word Meaning and Context Clues. Chapter 2. Word Meaning.

By latham
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Chapter 13 Biological Productivity and Energy Transfer

Chapter 13 Biological Productivity and Energy Transfer

Chapter 13 Biological Productivity and Energy Transfer. Essentials of Oceanography 7 th Edition. Primary productivity. Primary productivity is the amount of carbon (organic matter) produced by organisms Mostly through photosynthesis Energy source = solar radiation

By okalani
(160 views)

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