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Biology 102 Exam 1 Study Guide

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Biology 102 Exam 1 Study Guide BY 102

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Covers a review of Biology 101, Prokaryotes & Viruses, Protistans, Fungi
Introductory Biology II
Dr. Cline
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Exam 1 Chapter 1 • Biology – scientific study of life; lays foundation for asking questions about life & natural world • Atoms – make up all living things • Molecules that make up life – Nucleic Acids(in DNA), Proteins(build structure), Carbohydrates(energy), Lipids(fats) • DNA – signature molecule of life, molecule of inheritance, directs amino acids to make proteins o Inheritance – explains how we look the way we look; traits passed through DNA o Development – instructions from DNA • Energy – capacity to do work; nothing lives w/o energy o Metabolism – suite of chemical reactions by which cells acquire & use energy • Levels of Organization – cell, tissue, organ, organ system, multicelled organism, population, community, ecosystem, biosphere • All organisms – composed of same substances, engage in metabolism, respond to environment, can reproduce • Scientific names – devised by Carolus Linnaeus (Carl Linn) o Binomial Nomenclature – Latin (dead language, same definitions forever) • 5 Kingdom System: Monera (all bacteria), Protista , Fungi, Plantae, Animalia • 6 kingdoms – classification of living things Protistans Plants Fungi Animals 4 Eukaryotes 6 Archaebacteria (immortal) Eubacteria (mortal) 2 Origin of life • 3 Domains – Eubacteria, Archaebacteria, Eukaryotes • Mutation – source of variation – change in structure of DNA; benign, harmful, lethal • Adaptive trait –– trait that gives individual advantage in survival or reproduction - DNA changes o Ex) frogs w/ different voices attract different females • Acclimation – response to environment - physiological change • Evolution – genetically based change in a line of descent - change in gene frequency over time within a population • Artificial Selection – breeders are selective agents, favored traits become common; turkeys, Dar win’s pigeons • Natural Selection – individuals vary in some heritable trait, differences in survival & reproduction among individuals • Scientific Method – observe, hypothesis, predict, experiment, analyze, results, conclusion • Inductive Logic – using observations & facts to arrive at generalizations or hypotheses, requires experiment & data • Deductive Logic – drawing a specific conclusion based on a generalization; observation, conclusion, experiment • Experiments – used to study a phenomenon under known condit ions; allows you to predict if a hypothesis is right; can never prove a hypothesis 100% correct; you can disprove but you can never 100% prove o Control group – standard for comparison o Sampling error – non representative sample skews results – minimize by using large samples • Hypothesis – idea that has been refined but only a few or no testing • Scientific Theory – hyp that has been tested for its predictive power many times & accepted by scientists o Darwin’s Theory of Evolution • Limits of Science o Scientific approach cannot provide answers to subjective questions o Cannot provide moral aesthetic or philosophical standards o Conflict w/ supernatural beliefs: Copernicus & Darwin o External world, not internal conviction, must be the testing ground for scientific belie fs o Factors that affect scientists: society, gender, personal • Classification: Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species Chapter 21 – Prokaryotes & Viruses • Microorganisms – single celled organisms that are too small to be seen w/o microsc ope o Bacteria are smallest living organisms; viruses are smaller but are not alive ; look like coiled ladder § 1000 bacteria can fit on the dot on an “I” § Genetic material of bacteria – single circular strand of DNA • Prokaryotes – Archaebacteria & Eubacteria, arose before Eukaryotes o No membrane bound nucleus or organelles, single circular chromosome, cell wall, prokaryotic fission, metabolic diversity (get energy in unique ways) , small, less complex o Peptidoglycan – in gram+(purple) & gram- (pink) – help determine what organisms are o Biofilm on teeth & creek rocks – bacteria capsules grouping together o Flagellum – beat around to use pili to bring food to bacteria, used for motion • Metabolic Diversity; photo=light, chemo=chemical, troph =eat, auto=carbon from environment, hetero=carbon from living o Photoautotrophs – energy from sunlight, carbon from CO 2 § Aerobic (oxy available, Cyanobacteria), Anaerobic (no oxy available, Green Bacteria) o Photoheterotrophs –energy from sunlight, carbon from recently living organism § Eat dead organisms or waste material, where CO2has already been converted to something else o Chemoautotrophs – energy from some element (usually sulfur), carbon from CO 2 § Grab nitrogen & convert it – important in nitrogen cycle o Chemoheterotrophs – energy from some element/atom, carbon from recently living organism – humans, largest group • Bacterial Genetics o Have single chromosome – circular molecule of DNA o Have plasmids – self replicating circle of DNA w/ few genes; can be passed between cells during sexual reproduction • Prokaryotic Fission • Conjugation – transfer of DNA; ex) transfer of plasmids • Monophyletic – share a common ancestor & derived traits • Polyphyletic – no common ancestor • Prokaryotic Classification – Eubacteria & Archaebacteria o Eubacteria – common bacteria, ancient § Bacilium – rod shaped; coccus – sphere shaped; spirillium – spiral shaped § Have fatty acids in plasma membrane, most have cell wall with peptidoglycan § Classification based largely on metabolism § Domain Eubacteria: Thermotogales, Flavobacteria, Cyanobacteria, purple bacteria, gram+, green n-sulfur § Ancient bacteria – largely thermophiles; Aquifex aeolicus § Related taxa – green non sulfur bacteria; Thermus § Cyanobacteria – ancient species, release2O during photosynthesis • Important in carbon & nitrogen cycles in soil & water • Important in nitrogen fixation o Anabaena – photoautotroph, not single celled, herterocysts (cells that only handle nf) § Protobacteria – most diverse, monophyletic group; Rhizobium, Agrobacterium tumefaciens (plant tumors) • All gram-, anaerobic photosynthesizers, important in nutrient cycles esp. nitrogen § Chlamydia – intracellular parasites, can’t make own ATP – take ATP from other organisms § Spirochaetes – free living, parasites, or symbionts (live w/ other organisms) • Pillotina – lives in termite guts to digest wood § Pathogenic Eubacteria – most are Chemoheterotrophs – eat other organisms • E. Coli – bacteria that is part of us - certain strains are deadly (feces) • Clostridium botulinium – food poisoning – caused by puncture wound • Clostridium tetanus – lock jaw, gangrene – caused by puncture wound • Borrelia burgdorferi – Lyme disease – caused by tick bite • Rickettsia rickettsii – spotted fever – caused by tick bite o Archaebacteria – Archaea – lives in water coming out of old faithful; found in harsh environments § Methanogens – gut bacteria, extreme environments – produces methane gas, flatulence § Extreme Halophiles – salt lovers; salt marshes, Great Salt Lake, deserts • No fish live in Great Salt Lake – nothing sinks b/c salt concentration changes buoyancy § Bacterial Behavior – move toward nutrient rich regions • Aerobes move toward oxygen; anaerobes avoid it; photosynthetic types move toward light • Magnetotactic bacteria sw im downward; Mycobacteria move together • Eukaryota – Eukaryotes – everything else; single or multi cell, larger, more complex § Membrane bound nucleus & organelles, proteins associated w/ DNA § Have microtubules in cytoskeleton, spindle fibers, & flagella o Gram+ - non monophyletic – no common ancestor; still being sorted § Lactobacillus – used in yogurt & milk § Clostridium & Bacillus – common in soil • Form endospores – resist harsh environments & antibiotics • Survive aerobic & anaerobic (prefer) – facilitative anaerobes • Duplicate DNA & send it to 1 end of cell, breaks off into spore • Virus – noncellular infectious agent – not living – protein wrapped around nucleus core o Cannot reproduce itself, only through a host cell o Viral body plans – genetic material is DNA & RNA, coat is protein § Helical, Polyhedral, Complex (bacteriophage) o Enveloped virus - HIV Chapter 22 – Protistans • Protistans – polyphyletic, have a nucleus & membrane bound organelles , have proteins associated with DNA o Use microtubules in a cytoskeleton, spindle apparatus, & cilia & flagella (9 tube arrangement; 9 sets + 2 more = flagella) o May contain chloroplasts ; may divide my mitosis & meiosis • Difficult to classify - historically a catch all kingdom, differ enormousl y from 1 to another in morphology & life styles • Flagellated Protozoans – have 1+ flagella, heterotrophs o Euglenoids, Kinetoplasids, Parabasilids, Diplomonads o Euglenoids – evolutionary puzzle, monophyletic § Some heterotrophs (eat other organisms), most have c hloroplasts, have flagella § Related to flagellated protozoans; acquired chloroplast by endosymbiosis (living inside another organism) § Body plan – eyespot (identify light & dark), pellicle (gets food), storage carbohydrate o Trypanosomes (Kinetoplasids) § Trypanosoma brucei – African sleeping sickness – Trypanosomes attack RBC § T. Cruzi – Chagas Disease – swelling – Trypanosomes block lymph nodes o Trichomonads (Parabasilids) § Trichomonas vaginalis – Trichmonasis (STD) o Giardia (Diplomonad) – interval parasite inside humans, survive outside body as cysts § Ingested cysts release trophozoites that attach to intestinal lining § Giardiasis – Bever Fever, Camper/Hiker Fever • Amoeboid Protozoans (Sarcodina) – outer shell called a test o Move by cytoplasmic streaming & pseudopods o Rhizopods – naked amoebas & Foraminiferans § Naked Amoebas – change shape constantly, symbionts in animal guts, opportunistic pathogens • Most are free-living cells that engulf their prey § Foraminiferans – calcium carbonate shell o Actinopods – Heliozoans & Radiolarians – shell of silica • Alveolates – have tiny membrane sacs (alreoli) underneath their outer membrane o Ciliates (paramecium) – heterotrophs, diverse life styles, cilia for movement & eating § Ciliate conjugation – sexual reproduction - Most ciliates have 2 nuclei (macro & micro) • Partners exchange micronuclei in sexual reproduction o Sporozoans – parasitic, disease causing § Complete part of life cycle inside host organism; elaborate life cycles that require diff hosts o Cryptosporidium – motile infective stage (sporozite) invades intestinal epithelium § Cramps, diarrhea, transmitted by water contaminated w/ cysts; ex) water in Mexico o Toxoplasma – cysts ingested w/ raw or undercooked meet, exposure to cysts in cat feces (dangerous to pregnancy) § Symptoms – mild in people w/ normal immune function o Malaria – most prevalent in subtropical parts of Africa; kills a million people each year § Anopheles mosquitoes transmit, Caused by 4 species of plasmodium ; attack & reproduce in red blood cells o Dinoflagellates – most are photosynthetic cells; important component of phytoplankton (plants that float); 2 flagella § Algal Bloom – population explosion of dinoflagellates; use up nutrients, die, take all oxy, kill other organisms, new nutrients appear § Pfiesteria pisicida (MEN) – population explosions due to water pollution; large fish • Complicated life cycle, several stages before maturity • Red tide blooms – Gymnodinium • Stramenopiles – 1 of their 2 flagella has thin filaments; cells have 4 outer membranes o Oomycotes – large egg cell forms inside oogonium; Saprobic (eat dead organisms) decomposers, parasites, pathogens § Water molds, downy mildews, white rusts § Phytophthora – plant pathogens • Phytophtora infestans (late blight of potatoes), Phytophtora ramorum (sudden oak dea th) o Chrysophytes (Chrsophyta) – free living photosynthetic cells; contains chlorophyll a, c , & c 1 2 § 4 groups: Golden Algae, Yellow Green Algae, Diatoms, Coccolithophores • Diatoms – major component of phytoplankton, silica shell of 2 overlapping parts o Sediments rich in diatom remains quarried for many uses ( diatomaceous earth) • Coccolithophores – major component of phytoplankton, calcium carbonate shell o Remain in chalk & limestone deposits o Brown Algae (Phaeophyta) –found in temperate seas; contains to chlorophyll a & c, & fucoxanthin § Range in size from tiny filaments to giant kelp ; Fucus “Rockweed”, Kelp • Green Algae (Chlorophyta) – resemble plants; contains chlorophyll a & b; cell walls of cellulose, pectin (carbs that act as glue) o Ulva “sea lettuce”, Scenedesmus, Chlamydomonas o Share w/ plants the ability to store energy in starch grains in chlorophyll • Chlamydomonas – 2 flagella, cup shaped chloroplast, central vacuole, eyespot; 2 types: + & - o Diploid sexual or haploid asexual reproduction based on cl imate o Alternation of generation – part of the life cycle is haploid & the other part is diploid o Chlamydomonas nivalis – red snow algae • Red Algae (Rhodophyta) – most abundant in tropical seas; can grow at great depths o Phycobolins – special molecule that catches shortest wavelengths of light, traps the electrons, gives the electrons to chlorophyll to keep the green color – makes photosynthesis possible a great depths o Complex life cycles – may include very different forms • Slime Molds o Cellular Slime Mold (Acr asiomycota) – moist environments (under logs, leaves, rocks) § Aggregate – slime molds fuse together into giant glob w/ whole bunch of nuclei § Amoeboid cells aggregate to form migrating mass, fruiting body § Glob either choose migrating slug stage or culminate into spore o Plasmodial Slime Molds (Myxomycota) – cell walls break down during aggregation § Plamodium migrates, then differentiates to form spore bearing structures § Some of disease causing, break down plant material, important in nutrient cycles Chapter 24 – Fungi • Most fungi are vital decomposers & plant symbionts – only few are pathogens or dangerous to humans • Fungi as Decomposers – break down organic compounds in their surroundings; carry out extracellular digestion & absorption o Plants benefit b/c some carbon & nutrients are released; some specialize in breaking down cellulose or dead plants o Release enzymes into environment to break down dead or dying plant material – recycling • Fungi play a variety of roles – pathogens, spoil food, antibiotics, cheese (b lue cheese) • Fungal Classification – 3 major lineages: Zygomycota, Ascomycota (sac fungi), & Basidiomycota (club fungi) o Imperfect fungi – those not classified yet o Club Fungi – mushrooms, shelf fungi (on tree trunks), coral fungi (resembles coral heads), sti nkhorns, puffballs § Death Angel – Amanita sp – poisonous mushrooms; Italian family – made rich by killing people w/ DA • Fungi are Heterotrophs - Cannot carry out photosynthesis , must acquire organic materials from environment o Most are saprobes – get nutrients from nonliving organic matter o Some are parasites – extract nutrients from living host – Athlete’s Foot • Mycelium – multicellular feeding structure that consists of hyphae (branching tubular cells) o Below ground, net of little fibers that look lik e roots, spread out in environment, tips(hyphae) eat things in environment o Cell walls contain chitin (like shell of crayfish), relates Fungi closer to animals o Hyphae grow through organic substance eating their way through, find another hyphae, & promycelium • Extracellular Digestion o Mycelium grows into food source ; tips of hyphae secrete digestive enzymes o Enzymes break down organic material into simple forms that can be absorbed into hyphae o Block of cheese w/ a little mold – hyphae & mycelium still all the way through • Fungal Life Cycle o No motile (movement) stage o Asexual & sexual spores produced, spores germinate after dispersal o In multicelled species, spores give rise to new Mycelium o + & - combine, cytoplasm fuses, 2 nuclei in same cell, fungus grows, g ills form, zygote & meiosis, spores dispersed • Club Fungus Life Cycle o Hyphal cells of 2 mating strains meet (haploid 1n); Generate from spores, grow, & feed § + & - chemically detect & touch; Cell wall & cell membrane break down o Cytoplasm fuses to form dikaryotic (2 nuclei in same cell) mycelium § Dikaryotic mycelium go on feeding frenzy & eat its way through food source § Find right combo of moisture, nutrients, etc o Reproductive structure (basidiocorp) forms; Mushrooms we eat = reproductive structure o Spore bearing structures form on basidiocorp; gills – leaf life, below the mushroom cap o Nuclei fuse to produce zygote o Zygote undergoes meiosis to produce haploid spores – spores dispersed around environment o Spores give rise to haploid mycelia • Fungal Spores – made up of 1+ cells, resist dehydration, produce sexually or asexually o Remain dormant until environmental conditions favor germination o Fungal classification is based of type of sexual spores o Archaeologists that opened pharaohs tomb – attacked by fungal spores that sat for 1000s of yrs • Types of Sexual Spores o Club fungi make basidiospores on the surface of basidium (club shaped spores) o Sac fungi make ascospores inside ascus (parent cell) o Zygomycete hyphae fuse to produce thick walled zygospore (ex. Rhizopus) • Zygomycete Life Cycle of Rhizopus stolinifer o Can reproduce sexually or asexually § Sexually – hyphae of mating strains meet & form gametangia • Gametangia tips fuse & form Zygosporangium • Nuclei inside Zygosporangium fuse to produce diploid zygote • Zygote may remain dormant • Meiosis of zygote nuceli produces haploid spores o Duplicate chromosomes, cell division twice, finish meiosis, 4 spores (daughter cells) w/ single set of chromosomes • Sac Fungi (Ascomycota) – most diverse group o Produce asexual spores – conidia o Produce sexual ascospores in asci (sac shaped cells) o Scarlet Cup Fungus (Sarcoscyha coccina) § Cup under water, water splashes back out § Small drop of water hits asci & pop ascospores out ; some spores grow into new fungus o Birds nest fungus, morels (gourmet fungi), yeasts (Thrush, Bakers Yeast) • Imperfect Fungi – species that have not been classified, have never produced sexual spores, most reproduce asexually o Predatory fungi (Arthrobtrys dactyloides) – captures prey in nooselike hyphae • Lichen – combo of fungus & photosynthetic organism(s); symbionts (living together) o Fungus (mycobiont) – usually ascomycete; photosynthetic (photobiont) – cyanobacteria or green algae o Fungus composes bulk of structure o Relationship is mutualism – both individuals benefit st o Beatrix Potter- author of Peter Rabbit – 1 to recognize lichens as combos o Ecological Roles of Lichens – survive in hostile environments & colonize new habitats § Absorb mineral ions from subst rates § Cyanobacteria - containing Lichens can fix nitrogen & convert atmospheric nitrogen to a form plants use o Early Warning Systems – very sensitive to deteriorating environmental conditions § Absorb toxins but cannot get rid of them o Mycorrhiza (Mycor -fungus, Rhiza-root) - mutualism between fungus & tree root § Fungus gets suagrs from plant; plant gets minerals from fungus § Many plants do not grow well w/o Mycorrhizae § Ectomycorrhizae – ecto=outside • Hyphae form net around roots – like hair net; common in temperate forests § Endomycorrhizae – endo = inside; fungus penetrates cell • Fungus enters root cells; from in 80% of vascular plants • Zygomycetes are fungal partners • Plant Pathogens o Pathogens – Chesnut blight, Dutch elm disease, Apple scab; Ascomycetes are respo nsible o Basiomycetes – cause smuts & rust of cereal grains • Human Pathogens & toxins o Ascomycetes cause § Histoplasmosis, Valley Fever, Candida (yeast) infections, ring worm, Athlete’s Foot § Claviceps purpurea – ascomycete that parasitizes cereal grains • Produces alkaloids – some used medically, ingestion causes ergotism (hallucinations,vomit,diarrhea) • Related to Salem Witch Trial & took out Napolean’s Army o Basiomycetes – do not eat


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