Bio 209 Exam 3 Study Guide
Bio 209 Exam 3 Study Guide Bio 211
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BIOSZOQ Fa112015 Exam 3 Studyguide This is a list of concepts terms and topics with which you should be familiar for the third exam This isn t meant to be an exhaustive list of all topics That is if we covered a topic in class that is not speci cally on this list you should not just ignore it best to still go over some examples that can help you understand or remember the terms Lecture 18 Animals Generally General characteristics cell structure ploidy sexual reproduction tissues Body plans radial symmetry vs bilateral symmetry 0 Embryonic development stages blastula gastrula early tissue layers endoderm mesoderm ectoderm and what they develop into Protostome vs Deuterostome development cleavage determinism blastopore mesoderm development Sponges characteristics comparecontrast with other animals structure and feeding reproduction hermaphroditism costsbenefits of selffertilization vs outcrossing Lecture 1920 Invertebrates For each group what organisms are included in it 0 O O O O Cnidarians body form mouthanus polyp medusa symmetry structures diploblastic nerve net cnidocytes Flatworms tapeworms blood uke life cycle planarian anatomy and structures Segmented worms feeding methods structures and organs Molluscs general body plan characteristics of the major groups gastropods bivalves cephalopods Nematodes characteristics pinworms as human parasites roles in agriculture Arthropods chitin segmented appendages and their purposes respiration major groups Arachnids Chelicerates crustaceans insects Insects metamorphoses characteristics Echinoderms water vascular system bilateral symmetry as larvae no cephalization Lecture 2123 Vertebrates Characteristics of Chordates notochord pharyngeal slits etc lancelets as example of basal chordates shared derived characters of Chordate groups head backbone jaws limbs amniote which Chordate groups possess each of these charaters Ectothermic vs Endothermic Oviparous viviparous ovoviviparous Extraembryonic membranes of amniotes an what each does Characteritics of the major vertebrate Classes sh amphibians reptiles birds mammals eg traits that birds and nonavian reptiles have in common and traits in which they differ adaptations of birds and of mammals Lecture 24 Humans Characteristics of apes and monkeys including Old World and New World monkeys Four mechanisms of evolution mutation random genetic drift gene ow natural selection examples of human evolution from class Humanape evolutionary history and common misperceptions Tool use in humans and other animals Lecture 2425 Behavioral Ecology Behavior de ned stimulus types of stimuli Tinbergen s 4 questions Proximate causation vs ultimate causation Mating systems p01ygyny polyandry polygynandry polygamy Associative learning and examples imprinting social learning innate vs learned behaviors Modes of communication and examples of each mode 0 Optimal foraging Altruistic behavior what it is when it is likely to occur
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