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Plant Evolution

Plant Evolution

Plant Evolution Chapter 21 The Plant Kingdom Nearly all are multicelled Vast majority are photoautotrophs Energy from sun Carbon dioxide from air Minerals dissolved in water Setting the Stage for Plants Earth’s atmosphere was originally oxygen free

By Olivia
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Vascular Plants

Vascular Plants

Vascular Plants. Moving to Land. Overtime, 500 millions of years ago, plants on Earth evolved from aquatic to terrestrial environments What are some problems to overcome? Material transport Structure/support Desiccation Gas exchange. Benefits to moving to land.

By mike_john
(641 views)

PLANT DIVISIONS

PLANT DIVISIONS

PLANT DIVISIONS. Plants. NOTE: We use the term Divisions instead of the term Phyla when referring to plants. Characteristics of plant kingdom members Alternation of generations with the diploid sporophyte generation dominant except in bryophytes. Evolution of plants from green algae.

By niveditha
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Phylum Arthropoda Subphylum Uniramia

Phylum Arthropoda Subphylum Uniramia

Phylum Arthropoda Subphylum Uniramia. Taxonomy. Myriapods- Class Chilopoda (centipedes) and Class Diplopoda (millipedes). Two body regions- head and trunk. Pair of legs on every segment. Class Insecta (Insects) Three body regions- head, thorax, and abdomen. Three pair of walking legs.

By lynne
(1181 views)

EVPP 550 Waterscape Ecology and Management – Lecture 9

EVPP 550 Waterscape Ecology and Management – Lecture 9

EVPP 550 Waterscape Ecology and Management – Lecture 9. Professor R. Christian Jones Fall 2007. Lake Biology – Overview Habitat Regions. Littoral zone Z total < z PZ Bottom is within photic zone Trophogenic: Psyn>Resp Autotrophs and heterotrophs

By bowie
(243 views)

General Nutrition Kathaleen Briggs Early, PhD, RD, CDE Assistant Professor and Registered Dietitian kearly@pnwu

General Nutrition Kathaleen Briggs Early, PhD, RD, CDE Assistant Professor and Registered Dietitian kearly@pnwu

General Nutrition Kathaleen Briggs Early, PhD, RD, CDE Assistant Professor and Registered Dietitian kearly@pnwu.org. Learning Objectives. Upon completion of this module, the student will be able to: Define “macronutrients” and identify what the food sources are for the macronutrients

By abrianna
(142 views)

Biome: Tropical Rainforest

Biome: Tropical Rainforest

Biome: Tropical Rainforest. Tropical Rainforest. By: Angelica A. Magan J. Chelsea G. December 2005. And I, Gir, will be your tour guide. Table of Contents. Slide I : Map Slide II : Land Forms Slide III : Producers Slide IV : Herbivores Slide V : Carnivores

By orli
(1586 views)

Community Properties

Community Properties

Community Properties. Definitions. What is the definition – quick review… An area where plants, animals and microbes interact with each other. Examples. Within a grassland biome, you have grassland ecosystems, river ecosystems, etc.

By ivo
(94 views)

INVESTMENT PROSPECT FOR HOTEL PROJECTS IN DARUVAR, CROATIA Made by MarCon for the Town of Daruvar, July 2010

INVESTMENT PROSPECT FOR HOTEL PROJECTS IN DARUVAR, CROATIA Made by MarCon for the Town of Daruvar, July 2010

INVESTMENT PROSPECT FOR HOTEL PROJECTS IN DARUVAR, CROATIA Made by MarCon for the Town of Daruvar, July 2010. INVESTMENT PROSPECT FOR HOTEL PROJECTS IN DARUVAR CONTENT. 1. REASONS TO INVEST IN DARUVAR. 2. FACTS AND FIGURES. 3. TOURISM AND HOTEL INDUSTRY. 4. HOTEL - CASTLE JANKOVIĆ. 5.

By kipp
(249 views)

Next Generation Technologies for Securing Today’s Supply Chain

Next Generation Technologies for Securing Today’s Supply Chain

Next Generation Technologies for Securing Today’s Supply Chain. Tracking 2.0 A Resource Tracking System for Loosely Coupled Networks Presented to: Cyber Security Expo Memphis, TN October 7 , 2011 Presented by: Randy M. Walker Oak Ridge National Laboratory walkerrm1@ornl.gov.

By kimi
(146 views)

Community Properties

Community Properties

Community Properties. Definitions. What is the definition – quick review… An area where plants, animals and microbes interact with each other. Examples. Within a grassland biome, you have grassland ecosystems, river ecosystems, etc.

By violet
(146 views)

Quality Education for All: Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners

Quality Education for All: Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners

Quality Education for All: Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners. Sam Howarth State Director of Special Education NM Public Education Department Farmington, NM April 16, 2004. Some of What we Know.

By carney
(154 views)

Access & Opportunity: An Update on the California State University

Access & Opportunity: An Update on the California State University

Access & Opportunity: An Update on the California State University. Nathan Evans Director of Enrollment Management Services CSU Office of the Chancellor. Updates Impact of California’s Budget Leadership Transitions Student Outcomes & Impact Student Access & Opportunity

By noreen
(147 views)

Rosids – Malvids : Myrtales - Brassicales - Malvales - Sapindales

Rosids – Malvids : Myrtales - Brassicales - Malvales - Sapindales

Rosids – Malvids : Myrtales - Brassicales - Malvales - Sapindales. Spring 2012. Fig. 8.30. Core Eudicots : Rosids-Malvids. Malvids Order Myrtales Myrtaceae – Eucalyptus Onagraceae – Evening primroses Order Brassicales Brassicaceae * – Mustards Order Malvales

By ariane
(286 views)

Unit 10: Marine Life

Unit 10: Marine Life

Unit 10: Marine Life. The Primary Producers & Consumers. Phytoplankton , for the most part, are single celled plant-like organisms that drift near the ocean surface They are NOT plants!!!! Account for between 90 - 98% of ocean carbohydrate production.

By topper
(85 views)

Plants

Plants

Plants. Chapter 23. Setting the Stage for Plants. Earth’s atmosphere was originally oxygen free Ultraviolet radiation bombarded the surface Photosynthetic cells produced oxygen and allowed formation of a protective ozone layer. Invading the Land.

By telyn
(116 views)

Eukaryotic Evolution and Diversity

Eukaryotic Evolution and Diversity

Eukaryotic Evolution and Diversity . Lesson 4. Introduction to Protists. Learning Goals. Understand theory of endosymbiosis in the evolution of eukaryotes Provide evidence for the theory of endosymbiosis Distinguish between the 3 groups of protists (animal; fungus; plant -like).

By ghita
(327 views)

Mollusks

Mollusks

Mollusks. Tough Softies!. Taxonomic Roadmap. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Mollusca (Mollusks) Class: Bivalvia (Bivalves) Class: Cephalopoda (Cephalopods) Class: Gastroboda (Gastropods) Mollusca is the second most diverse (second most number of species) phylum in the animal kingdom!.

By Gabriel
(344 views)

MOVING A COMPANY FORWARD

MOVING A COMPANY FORWARD

MOVING A COMPANY FORWARD. Team 2 Project. WRITING A BUSINESS PLAN. Why C f MC Why the Business Plan Far beyond the scope of this project, but a business plan encompasses all the elements of leadership and management Goals, Strategy and Tactics Who we are. INTRODUCTION.

By zora
(196 views)

3. Putting Down Roots

3. Putting Down Roots

3. Putting Down Roots. 1620-1700. Farming ranges from subsistence to plantations of over 2000 acres. Tobacco, rice, indigo, tar Aristocratic hierarchy (also slaves) Very English Great Wealth and Extreme poverty. Southern Colonies.

By jarvis
(140 views)

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