7278 Determine whether the sequence is increasing, decreasing, or not monotonic. Is the sequence bounded?

1. How is total magnification of an image determined Objective magnificationx10 2. Determine population size using markrecapture method N=(M1)(T2)/(M2) M1=# marked and released (given) M2=# marked counted T2= total number counted 3. Determine population size using removal sampling method Plot # removed each period on Y axis Plot # previously removed on X axis Where line crosses X axis=population size 4. Determine species diversity using shannon wiener index H=Epixlnpi pi=# species divded by total multiply pi by ln of pi and sum all up 5. Determine community with highest species richness from data provided which population has the most # of different species 6. Distinguish between a monocot and eudicot flower, a perfect and imperfect flower, a complete and incomplete flower Monocot=parts occur in 3’s or mulitiples of 3’s Eudicot=parts occur in 4’s or 5’s or multiples of that Perfect=have both stamens and carples Imperfect=have stames and no carples or carples but no stames Complete=have all 4 parts (sepals, petals, stames, carpels/pistils) Incomplete=lack any of the floral parts 7. Identify functions of each parts of a flower Sepals (collectively known as the calyx)=protect flower byd Petals (collectively known as the corrolia)= attract polinators Stamen=male reproductive structure and contains filament and anther Anther=where pollen grains develop Carpel=female reproductive system and contains stigma, style, and ov