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This 7 page Class Notes was uploaded by Alvah O'Conner IV on Sunday September 27, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to BIOL 211 at Iowa State University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 16 views. For similar materials see /class/214534/biol-211-iowa-state-university in Biology at Iowa State University.




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Date Created: 09/27/15
Review How are protists categorized What are the groups What is serial endosymbiosis How does it serve as evidence for the endosymbiotic theory is a type of cell division which produces two genetically identical daughter cells Ploidy Parent each daughter cell is a type of cell division which involves two cell divisions to produce four genetically distinct daughter cells Ploidy Parent each daughter cell Protists What is a clade In what taxonomic level is it found Why aren t Oomycetes fungus cell walls dominant ploidy agella How do Oomycete cell walls differ from those of diatoms What is a kinetoplast In which clade and phylum is it found Which clade is known for its membranebound sacs What are these sacs called Which group has sporozoits What is a sporozoit In Ciliates Clade Alveolata how do they use their two types of nuclei Macronucleusi Micronucleusi Which organisms are most closely related to terrestrial plants What are coenocytic organisms Why does Clade Chlorophyta have greater complexity and size than other protists 3 mechanisms 1 2 3 812 Review What are the 6 reasons prokaryotes are so successful 9959 Which type of bacteria are easier to treat with antibiotics Why What are the two prokaryotic domains How do they differ Domestication and arti cial selection to yield new species is an example of what process hint nodes on phylogenetic trees Prokaryotes In what way is it predicted that prokaryotes changed early Earth Which of the following is correct scientific binomial nomenclature a Genus Species Genus Species Genus species genus species Genus Species 0905 How do autotrophs and heterotrophs differ Why are prokaryotes important hint list of 6 What are the different ways that antibiotics can treat bacterial infections Which of these methods would be most effective in treating gram negative bacteria Why wouldn t you want to treat gram negative bacteria by the other method How do bacteria create genetic diversity How does a plasmid play a role in this What gene is essential for growing a sex pilus Where is it located What type of plasmid is responsible for antibiotic resistance Describe the process of conjugation Review If the environment becomes unfavorable some bacteria will become a until conditions become more favorable Gram positive bacteria have cell walls primarily composed of About half of prokaryotes have a for locomotion Organisms are organized in a hierarchy of increasing complexity of characteristics which are called Leader Jenny Ecclogy ReVlew Course Biology 211 Supplemental Instruction R Iowa State UnIverSIty Insmmor oe Date Monday April 27 2009 1 Matching Negative intraspecific interactions A Random distribution 7 Positive intraspecific interactions B Uniform distribution 7 No strong intraspecific interactions C Clumped distribution 2 Compare the terms paired together in each row Biotic factors Abiotic factors Anagenesis Cladogenesis Prezygotic Barriers Postzygotic Barriers Allopatric speciation Sympatric speciation Logistic Growth Model Exponential growth model Smallpopulation approach Decliningpopulation approach Densitydependent factors Densityindependent factors Food chain Food web Intraspeciflc Interactions Interspeciflc interactions Ecosystem characteristics with high NPP Ecosystem characteristics with low NPP Semelparous Iteroparous 3 De ne the following terms organism population community and ecosystem organism population c ommunity ecosystem 4 V39 0 gt1 Mark and recapture problem Suppose that you capture 10 individuals of a rare subspecies of brook trout from an impounded watershed You place a pit tag a very small radio activated tag in the body cavity of each individual and then release these sh You come back a month later and capture 20 sh and nd that four of these are individuals that you had previously captured and released What is your best estimate of the population size N Density problem What is the density of a population if there are 100 individuals in an area that is 100 m2 Rate of increase problem What would the change in population be given the following scenario Is the population growing or declining 600 squirrels are born in a population and 400 squirrels in the same population die Additionally 100 squirrels immigrate into the area and 150 squirrels emigrate from the population Survivorship Curves Describe each type I II II 9 UI What is the competitive exclusion principle Logistic growth model math problem Look on the board What are the effects of increasing C02 levels What is a keystone species Describe the extinction vortex and how it can lead to the extinction of a small species Why is there so much plant biomass if there are herbivores Description of water cycle Description of carbon cycle Quiz questions 16 Which of the following are important biotic factors that affect the structure and organization of biotic communities A precipitation wind B Nutrient availablity soil pH C predation competition D temperature water E Light intensity seasonality 17 The main reason polar regions are cooler than the equator is because A There is more ice at the poles B Sunlight strikes the poles at a lower angle C The poles are fa1ther from the sun D The atmosphere is thicker at the poles E The poles are permanently tilted away from the sun 18 Uniform spacing patterns observed in plants like the creosote bush are most often associated with A chance B Patterns of humidity C Random distribution of seeds D Competitive interactions among individuals E The concentration of nutrients 19 Which of the following describes having more than one reproductive episode during a lifetime A cohort B dispersion C iteroparous D semelparous E competition 20 According to the competitive exclusion principle two species cannot continue to occupy the same A habitat B niche C territory D range E biome


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