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Study Guide - Laboratory Practical Exam - Plant and Animal Diversity

by: Jacquiline Cana

Study Guide - Laboratory Practical Exam - Plant and Animal Diversity BIOL 110

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These notes cover the four last labs of the semester, which deal with diversity. (Plant Diversity I, Plant Diversity II, Animal Diversity I, Animal Diversity II) They highlight major points tha...
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Date Created: 02/02/16
Bio 110 - Lab Practical – 2016 04 28 R 1530 Plant Diversity Seedless Plants Nonvascular Plants: Types: - Small True Mosses – Bryophyta - Gametophyte dominant Liverworts – Hepatophyta - Require water for reproduction Vascular Plants: Types: - Larger Club Mosses – Lycophyta - Sporophyte dominant Ferns, Whisk Ferns, Horsetails – Pterophyta - Small gametophyte - Require water for reproduction Seeded Plants Gymnosperms: Types: - Sporophyte dominant Pine Trees – Coniferophyta - Microscopic gametophyte Cycads – Cycadophyta - Make pollen Gingko biloba – Gingkophyta - Does not require water for reproduction Mormon tea – Gnetophyta Angiosperms Types: - Flowering plants Only one phylum - Anthophyta (attract pollinators) - Some make fruits o Seed dispersal o Seed protection Bio 110 – Lab Practical – 2016 04 28 R Animal Diversity Porifera Sponges - No symmetry - No tissues Cnidaria Jellyfish - Radial symmetry Coral - 2 tissue layers Sea anemone Worms Flatworms - Bilateral symmetry (Platyhelminthes) - 3 tissue layers - Acoelomate Roundworms (Nematoda) - Two openings for digestive tract - Pseudocoelomate Segmented worms - Segmentation (Annelida) - Coelomate - Closed circulatory system Mollusca Snails, Slugs, Clams < Open circulatory system - Regions of clam: - 1) Head - 2) Visceral organs - 3) Foot - 4) Mantle Squid, Octopi < Closed circulatory system Arthropoda Insects - Exoskeleton Crustaceans - Jointed appendages - Open circulation - Tracheoles for respiration - Regions: - 1) Head - 2) Thorax - 3) Abdomen Chordata Diverse group: Includes - Main Features of chordates: - 1) Dorsal hollow nerve cord mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, etc. - 2) Notochord (cartilaginous) - 3) Pharyngeal clefts (gills/lungs) - 4) Post-anal tail - Other features: - 1) True coelomates - 2) Internal skeleton


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