Midterm 2 Study Guide BIO 160 Diversity and the History of Life
Midterm 2 Study Guide BIO 160 Diversity and the History of Life BIO 160
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Alexis Rousek BIO 160 Group Subgroup Common Pores/ Vascul Dominant Fertilizati Presen Dispers Other Name Stoma ar Generatio on Type ce Of al Type ta Tissue n/ True ? Dependen Leaves Type ce? Non- Hepatophyt Pores None Gametophy Sperm No Spores Oldest Vascul a Liver- te: requiring lineage of ar worts Sporophyte water plants is dependent Non- Bryophyta Stomat Simple Gametophy Sperm No Spores Sporophyte Vascul Mosses a Vessels te: requiring has no ar No Sporophyte water chloroplast Trachei is s d dependent Seedle Monilophyta Ferns Stomat Yes, Sporophyte; Sperm Yes Spores Sporangia ss a Trachei Sporophyte requiring produce Vascul d Only briefly water spores ar dependent Seed Gymnosper Cycads Stomat Yes, Sporophyte; Male Yes Seeds “Naked Plants ms Ginkgos a Trachei Gametophy Gametes in Seed” Junipers d Only te is pollen; Pines dependent Female in seed cones Seed Gnetophyte Gnetophyt Stomat Yes, Sporophyte; Male Yes Seeds Developme Plants s es a True Sporophyte gametes in nt of true Vascula briefly pollen, vascular r Tissue dependent some tissue double Alexis Rousek BIO 160 fertilization Seed Angiosperm Flowering/ Stomat Yes, Sporophyte; Double Yes Seeds Coevolutio Plants s Fruiting a True Sporophyte Fertilizatio and Fruit n (Monocots Plants Vascula briefly n; Flowers with and Dicots) r Tissue dependent animals BIO 160 Plants Summary Table Assignment Phylum/Grou Reproductive Sexually or Recognition Examples Monophyle Picture p Structures Asexually Features tic or Paraphylet ic Zygomycetes Zygosporangium Asexual via Tall thin stalks with Bread Mold Paraphyletic (heterokaryotic) spores in sporangium on top sporangium. Sexual in zygospoangi um Ascomycota Asci (found in Sexual Ascocarp- cup Morels, Lichens Monophyleti ascocarps): sac- reproduction shaped fruiting body Brewers Yeast c likestructures forms asci formed during which sexual produce 8 reproduction; spores contain 8 spores Basidiomycota Fruiting body, Asexual Typical mushroom Edible White, Monophyleti (Club Fungi) basidiocarps, reproduction cap, gills, Portabella, c basidia, gills, in Puffballs, Shelf basidiospores basidiocarps, sexual in fusion of hephae Chytridiomyce Flagellated Sexual Aquatic fungi, some Batrachochytri Paraphyletic tes spores and parasitic, only fungi um gametes (both with alternation of dendrovatidis eggs and spores) genrations (amphibian killer), Athletes Foot Lichens Soredia (particles N/A Symbiosis between Crustos N/A with fungal and fungus and green Fruticose algal tissue) or algae (bacteria). Foliose fungal spores FUNGI IDENTIFICATION CHARTycota * All images sourced from Google Clade Subgroup Example Recogniti Habitat Feeding Cell Picture on Mode Support Features Amoebozoa Ambobebae Amboeba Pseudopodi Marine/ Phagocytosis No cell Slime Mold Physarum a decomposi (Heterotrophi wall for Amoeboid ng c) phagocyto shape, Plasmodial material sis Opisthokon Choanoflagela Choanoflagela Can live as Aquatic Heterotrophi Single ta tes tes single cells c Posterior or colonies Flagella and flagella Excavata N/A Trypanosoma Flagella Inside Heterotrophs N/A levisi and some , autotrophs, mitochondr organisms parasitic ia Plantae Rhodophyta Red Algae Alteration Aquatic Autotrophic Cell wall Chlorophyta Green Algea of generation s/ Single and mulitcellul ar Rhizaria N/A Foramniferans Amoeboid, Marine Heterotrophi Calcium N/A Radiolarians Pseudopodi c carbonate a for (limestone feeding/ )/ silica locomotion shell Alveolata Ciliates Paramecium Live in guts Marine Heterotrophi N/A Dinoflagellate Dinoflagellate where they plankton/ c/ s s digest/ oral animal Autotrophic grove guts/ marine Stramenop Diatoms Diatoms Russian Marine Autotrophic Silica ila Phaeophyta Brown Algae doll like primary Exoskeleto PROTIST CLASSIFICATION CHARTroducers ns Large kelp beds
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