103 terms

Euglena

This is an example of _____.

Euglenophyta

Euglena is a representative example of the phylum ______.

Flagellated; Chemotroph or photoautotroph

What is the method of motility and metabolism for Euglenophyta?

Ceratium

This is an example of _____.

Pyrrophyta

Ceratium is the representative example of the Phylum _____.

Flagellated; Photoautotrophs (some are mixotrophs)

What is the method of motility and metabolism for Pyrrophyta?

Bacillariophyta

Diatoms is the representative example of the Phylum _____.

Ciliated; photoautroph

What is the method of motility and metabolism for Bacillariophyta?

Chlorophyta

Chlamydomonas is the representative example of the Phylum _____.

Flagellated; photoautotroph

What is the method of motility of metabolism for Chlorophyta?

Volvox

This is an example of _____.

Chlorophyta

Volvox is the representative example of the Phylum _____.

Spirogyra

This is an example of _____.

Chlorophyta

Spirogyra is a representative example of the Phylum _____.

Amoeba

This is an example of _____.

Rhizopoda

Amoeba is the representative example of the Phylum _____.

Pseudopodia; Chemoheterotroph

What is the method of motility and metabolism for the Phylum Rhizopoda?

Trypanosoma

This is an example of _____.

Euglenophyta

Trypanosoma is the representative example of the Phylum _____.

Flagellated; chemoheterotroph

What is the method of motility and metabolism for the phylum Euglenophyta?

Kinetoplasts

What particular kind of cells are found in the trypanosoma slide?

Paramecium

This is an example of ______.

Ciliophora

Paramecium is an example of the Phylum ______.

Ciliated; chemoheterotroph

What is the method of motility and metabolism for the Phylum Ciliophora?

Plasmodium

This is an example of _____.

Apicomplexa

Plasmodium is the representative example of the Phylum _____.

Nonmotile; chemoheterotroph

What is the mode of motility and metabolism for the Phylum Apicomplexa?

Anopheles mosquito

What is the definitive host for Plasmodium?

Humans

What is the intermediate host for Plasmodium?

moss antheridium (Bryophyta)

Liverwart Antheridiophore (Hepatophyta)

Lycopodium strobilus

pine pollen grains

monocot leaf

moss archegonium (bryophyta)

Moss capsule

archegoniophore (Hepatophyta)

gemmae cup

What is 1?

gemma

What is 2?

Prothallus (Ptertophyta)

rhizoids

What is #1?

ovulate pine cone

staminate pine cone

Stamen

1

anther

2

filament

3

pollen tube

4

petal

5

sepal

6

stigma

7

style

8

ovary

9

pistil

10

ovule

11

monocot stem

xylem

1

phloem

2

pith

3

epidermis

4

dicot stem

phloem

1

xylem

2

pith

3

epidermis

4

cortex

5

pinus leaf

resin duct

1

stomata

2

xylem

3

phloem

4

dicot leaf

epiderms

1a&b

stomata

2

xylem

3

phloem

4

mesophyll

5

xylem

1

phloem

2

monocot leaf

monocot root

Lily anther; male gametophytes

This is a/an _____. The spots inside the four spaces are the _____.

zygospores

sporangium

asci

1

ascospores

2

yeast

lichen ascocarp

amphitricous

peritrichous

anabaena

heterocyst

1

akinete

2

nostoc

Oscillatoria

vegetative cells

1

fuliose lichens

1

fruticose lichens

2

morels (Ascomycota)

truffles (ascomycota)

cup fungus (ascomycota)

Stinkhorn (basidiomycota)

Bracket Fungi (basidiomycota)

puffballs (basidiomycota)