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Notes on ch 26
These are the notes from the first week of Life 103 lectures. These notes only cover one day of lecture, since the other two days were not spent covering material.
Second week of notes
These notes cover phylogeny (modified and added to from last week), bacteria and archaea, and protists and algae
This was shared with every LIFE 102 student this last semester, and people walked into the class with their versions in hand. The girl sitting next to me during the test became a good friend, and she to this day claims that i saved her grade.
A series of questions that go over every class lecture.
A series of questions that cover the entire lecture for the Unit 1 exam. Shared with the class in time for the final; three girls in my hall claim I brought their grades up a letter.
A series of questions that cover the entire lecture for the Unit 2 exam. Shared with the class in time for the final; three girls in my hall claim I brought their grades up a letter.
A series of questions that cover the entire lecture for the Unit 4 exam. Shared with the class in time for the final; three girls in my hall claim I brought their grades up a letter.
All notes from the Fall 2015 Semester. Actually used by students on a daily basis; the link to my notes was shared by the teachers to distribute to students who were unable to come to class due to physical inabilities.
These notes cover the evolution and characteristics of fungi and seedless land plants, which will be on the first exam.
One week of notes
These questions cover everything that we have learned so far this semester AND through Monday's (2/8) lecture. Answers are on the last two pages.
These notes cover all the material on fungi from the past week.
Dr. Lockwood doesn't provide a study guide. I put all my notes for the past 3 weeks on one document, as he said that will be what to study, in addition to the material that will be covered on Monday. Additionally, he said to know life cycles. I also posted the quiz questions with the correct answers to use as a study tool.
This is the study guide for Exam 1. 50 questions covering everything from the first lecture to the one right before the exam.
One week notes, lacking Wednesday because of exam
These notes cover mosses, worts, ferns, horsetails, and part of gymnosperms.
There are less notes due to the first exam this week, but I have uploaded the notes from the last lecture before the exam. The notes from today's (Friday's) lecture will be continued on Monday and uploaded next week.
These notes cover the last part of gymnosperms, all of angiosperms, and the beginning of plant structure.
Last weeks lectures
These notes finish up with important plant groups, covering angiosperms, which includes flowering plants. More notes this week covered plant structure, growth, and development, but this is a large section and lecture material will continue on Monday, so these notes will be uploaded next week.
One week of lectures
These notes cover part of Plant Structure, Cellular Structure in Plants, Cell growth, Plant Anatomy, and part of Water and Sugar.
Plant structure, growth, and development, and resource acquisition and transport.
These notes cover part of Water and Sugar, Soil and Plant Nutrition, and part of Plant Reproduction and Biotechnology.
Nicely organized notes from the past week
This is a type of study aid for exam 2. If you need help understanding anything on the document, please let me know!
Soil and plant nutrition, angiosperm reproduction and biotechnology
These 54 questions hit all the information since the first exam, including through next Monday's lecture (which will also be on the exam), with a variety of questions; mostly multiple choice, some matching and free response.
These notes cover part of Plant Reproduction and Biotechnology, Plant Responses to Stimuli, and Light.
Plant responses to signals and important plant hormones
These notes mark the transition from plants to animals and discusses animal diversity, key characteristics of animals, and themes in animal evolution.
These notes cover Animal Diversity and Evolution and Animal Taxa: Invertebrates I (Diversity).
The general characteristics and themes in evolution of all animals.
These notes cover animal taxa, part invertebrate and part vertebrate.
These notes cover invertebrates generally, the 9 most important animal phyla to know, the 3 major clades of bilateria, and some specifics about arthropods, the largest and most diverse animal phyla.
These notes cover some basics about vertebrates and some specifics about tetrapods as well as discusses mammals and metabolic trade offs.
These notes cover vertebrates, body structure and function, regulating internal environments, and dietary strategies and digestion.
Trends, trade-offs, and mechanisms through evolution
This study guide covers what will be on exam 3, including animal diversity and evolution, vertebrates and invertebrates, mammals and metabolic trade offs, and homeostasis and thermoregulation of animals.
This is the study guide for Exam 3.
Great practice for all of the crazy phyla and characteristics that we must know for this exam! This study guide includes matching, walking through labeling the whole main phylogenetic tree, completing tables, and of course multiple choice.
Great practice, including labeling the main phylogenetic tree, categorizing characteristics, filling out tables, and matching. And of course a bunch of multiple choice!
These notes cover homeostasis and thermoregulation of animals, which is the last lecture that will be on exam 3.
Different dietary strategies and digestion for animals and methods of circulation.
Methods of gas exchange, osmoregulation and excretion, and the excretory process in mammalian kidneys.
These notes cover circulation, gas exchange, osmoregulation, and excretion.
Gas exchange, osmoregulation, and excretion
The immune system, hormones and chemical signaling, and producing offspring.
These notes cover the Immune System, Hormones and Chemical Signaling, and Producing Offspring.
Immune systems and reproduction
These notes cover Sensing the Environment, Behavior and Social Structures, and Conservation and Global Change.
These are the last 3 lectures before the final exam, covering modes of perception, behavior and social structures, and conservation and biodiversity.
Sensing the environment, behavior and social structures, and diversity
This is a very detailed study guide with many different study options available. This extensive study guide covers material from the beginning of the semester up to the last day of class.
This study guide contains questions covering the entire semester! Multiple choice, phylogenetic tree activities, matching, word banks, true or false, labeling pictures; it's all here!
Questions reflect what they seemed to focus on in previous exams and also extend through the new material, attempting to apply information to exemplary situations.
These notes cover the cardiopulmonary system, also known a the parts of the human heart and the flow of blood through it.
These notes cover protists, cnidarians, and porifera.
week 2 had no notes because we were working on lab reports
This is a study guide for the first practicle
These notes cover mollusca
These notes cover Arthropods and Echinoderms
these notes cover phylum chordata