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Paris Marquardt
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Austin Mast

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Date Created: 09/17/15
Algae Topic 3 Learning Objectives Plant Biology BOT 3015 Dr Mast x N 00 5 U 0 x Q What are the four kingdoms recognized in the Eukaryotic domain by the authors of the textbook What are Algae In which kingdom do the authors ofthe text place them Are they monophyletic paraphyletic or polyphyletic In which two groups does the more recent classification of Adl et al 2005 place the algae that we discuss in lecture Know which of the algae discussed in class belong to each ofthese two groups Phycology Chromalveolata Archaeplastida What are the common and scientific names of each phylum discussed in the pages covered by the reading assignment What roles do the protists discussed in the reading assignment play ecologically Plankton phytoplankton zooplankton bacterioplankton blooms red tide 002 drawdown zooxanthellae bioluminescence How are the protists discussed in the reading assignment used by humans Agar agarose carrageenan mariculture alginates biofuels What are the phylogenetic relationships between the algae discussed in the reading assignment and the Animals Fungi and Green Plants What makes each of the phyla discussed in the reading assignment unique What characteristics are shared by two or more of them Alveolates alveoli theca mixotrophy heterokonts stramenopiles tinsel whiplash frustules thallus holdfast stipe blade air bladders Explain the difference between zygotic meiosis gametic meiosis and sporic meiosis What is the ploidy of the multicellular stages in each type Zygote meiosis gamete spore gametophyte sporophyte Explain the reproductive cycles of phyla Phaeophyta Laminara and Fucus and Chlorophyta Chamydornonas and Uva Which type of meiosis does each undergo see preceding question Be able to either define the following terms or match them with parts in a diagram ofthe life cycles Oogonium antheridium isogamy anisogamy oogamy unilocular sporangium receptacle conceptacle plasmogamy karyogamy zoospore zygospore gametangium How is phylum Chlorophyta similar to Bryophytes and Vascular Plants s phylum Chlorophyta monophyletic paraphyletic or polyphyletic Which group of Chlorophyta is most closely related to Bryophytes and Vascular Plants Green plants clade viridophytes Charales Embryophytes Photosynthetic Bacteria amp Endosymbiosis Topic 2 Learning Objectives Plant Biology BOT 3015 Dr Mast x 01 00 50 What differentiates autotrophs from heterotrophs Photosynthetic autotrophs from chemosynthetic autotrophs Autotroph heterotroph photosynthetic autotroph chemosynthetic autotroph What are the major structural features of chloroplasts In what ways do chloroplasts resemble bacteria Chloroplasts plastids thylakoids stroma grana nucleoids What is a redox reaction What is reduced and oxidized during photosynthesis Oxidation reduction photosynthesis What is the chemical equation for photosynthesis Why are leaves green What role do pigments play in photosynthesis What kinds of chlorophyll exist Carbohydrates pigments absorption spectrum chlorophyll action spectrum excited state resonance energy transfer electron transfer chlorophyll a chlorophyll b accessory pigment chlorophyll c carotenoids phycobilins What are the two major processes of photosynthesis Where are these processes happening in the chloroplast Energytransduction reactions light reactions carbonfixation reactions In what ways are cyanobacteria important in the biosphere including in agricultural systems How have they been important in organismal evolution and in changes in the atmosphere Endosymbiosis stromatolites plankton gas vesicles blooms nitrogen fixation heterocysts Anabaena How do the types of photosynthesis in cyanobacteria and in purple and green bacteria differ What type of prokaryote is believed to have been the precursor ofthe mitochondrion of eukaryotes Aerobic anaerobic bacteriochlorophyll photosystem sulfur compounds electron donors What steps are hypothesized for the serial endosymbiotic origin of mitochondria and chloroplasts How do these events make it difficult to represent the tree of life as strictly bifurcating How common is endosymbiosis How do primary secondary and tertiary endosymbiosis differ from one another Symbiosis phagocyte primary endosymbiosis secondary endosymbiosis tertiary endosymbiosis


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