Science Exam

  1. Matching
    • Conifer-Evergreen cone producing woody plants
    • Staminate Cone-Male gamete producing cone
    • Ovulate Cone-Female gamete producing cone
    • 1 Year Cone-Closed immature ovulate cone
    • 2 Year Cone-Open mature ovulate cone
    • Pine Pollen-Winged male gamete
    • Wings-Most pine pollen and seeds have wings
    • Pine Cone Scales-Have samara scars
    • Frond-The large compund leaves of the fern plant
    • Fiddle Head-The young rolled up fond of the fern plant
    • Rhizomes-An underground horizontal stem
    • Sori-The sporengia producing structures on the underside of a frond leaflet
    • Indusium-The flap that covers the sporangia of the sorus
    • Sporangium-The spre producing structure of the fern and fungus
    • Lip Cells-The thin walled cells of the sporangium
    • Annules-The thick walled cells of the sporangium
    • Apores-A 1N cell capable of becomeing a new organism
    • Prothallus-The heat shaped gametophyte structures of the fern
    • Antheridia-The male gamete producing structures of the fern and moss
    • Archegonia-The female gamete producing structures of the fern and moss
    • Protonema-The product of moss spore germination
    • Stalk & Calsule-The sporophyte gerneration of the moss
    • Lichen-symbiotic organisms composed of fungus and algae
    • Symbiotic-Organisms living together
    • Autotrophic-Organisms that produce their own food internally
    • Heterotrphic-Organisms that feed on other organisms
    • Saprophytic-Organisms that feed on dead decaying organisms
    • Parasite-Organisms that feed on other organisms causing them harm
    • Culturing-Growing
    • Hyphae-The Microscopic filament that make up fungus
    • Mycelium-All the hyphae of one fungal organism
    • Mutualism-Symbiosis where both organism gain from the relationship
    • Colony-An are of bacteria or fungal growth
    • Pathogen-A desease causing orginism
    • Toxin-A poison
    • Incubation Perio-Time between 1st exposure and symtoms
    • Salmonella-Diearrhea, abdominal pain, vomiting, fever & headache; cross contamination from raw meats and animals
    • Staphylococcus-Severe nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, abdominal cramps, prostration; non refregrated foods, mueus
    • Clostridium Prefringens-Abdominal pain, diarrhea; poor hygiene
    • Clostridium Botulinum-Weakness, dizziness, headache, paralysis; contaminated conned foods
    • Taxonomy-The classification of living things based on the characteristics they have in common
    • Kingdom-5 major groups of common characteristics
  2. Matching 2
    • Phylum-Subdivision of the kingdom
    • Class-Subdivision of the phylum
    • Order-Subdivistion of the class
    • Family-The subdivision of the orderGenus-Subdivision of the family
    • Species-A group of similar organisms that will naturally interbread and produce fertile offspring
    • Rules for Scientific Names-Genus capitized, species lowercase, underline or italies, Genus & species names are Latinized
    • Binomial Nomenclature-two name naming
    • Monera-Procaryotic organism, bacteria,& blue green
    • Bacteria-Unicellular procaryots, cocci O, Bacilli (), spirilla ~
    • Cyanobacteria-Colonial procaryotic algae=bluegreen algae
    • Protista-Eucaryotic, unicellular annd multicellular w/out tissues; flagelletes, Amoeboids
    • Euglenophyta-flagella + chloroplasts, Euglena
    • Ciliophora-cilia for locomotion, Paramecium
    • Rhizopoda-flow in the direction of movement, Amoebea
    • Chrysophyta-unicellular w/ silica shell, all diatoms
    • Algae-vegetive, multicellular, autrophic w/ no tissues: green, yellow, brown, and red
    • Chlorophyta-green algae
    • Phaeophyta-brown algae
    • Rhodophyta-red algae
    • Fungi-vegetive multicellular, heterotrphic w/ hyphae; mold, yeast, mildew, mushrooms
    • Zygomycota-bread and water molds
    • Acomycota-blue and green molds and yeast
    • Basidiomycota-mushrooms, toadstools, puffballs
    • Deutromycota-ringworms athletes foot
    • Plantae-multicellular w/ tissues and organs, vegetive, autotrophic
    • Bryophyta-plants w/out vascular tissue, mosses
    • Tracheophyta-plants w/ vascular tissue, ferns, pines, and flowering plants
    • Pterophyta-compound leaves w/ spores, ferns
    • Coniferophyta-seeds on cone scales, pine and firs
    • Angiospermophyta-seeds endosed in ovary, flowering plants
    • Dicotyledonae-2 cotyledon seeds, w/ branched venation in leaves
    • Monocotyledonae-1 cotyledon seeds, w/ parallel venation in leaves
    • Animalia-multicellular w/ tissies and organs, heterotrophic, have movement due to contractile fibers
  3. Matching 3
    • Porifera-porous w/ spicules; all sponges
    • Cnidaria-gastrovascular cavity w/ stinging cells; jellyfish, coral, sea anemones
    • Platyhelminthes-flattened ribbon like worms w/ no digestive tract, all flatworms
    • Nematoda-round worms w/ non muscular intestine, all round worms
    • Rotifera-protozoa sized organisms w/ cilia around mouth' all rotifers
    • Annelida-round body of many segments w/ setae; earthworms and leaches
    • Arthropoda-jointed appendages w/ chitonous exoskeleton spiders, insects, centipedes, millipedes, and crustaceans
    • Mollusca-muscular foot w/ mantle and radule clams slugs and snails
    • Echinodermata-pentaredial symetry, tubofeet, & skin gills,; sea stars, unchins, and sea cucumbers
    • Chordata-dorsal nerve cord, embryonic pharyngeal pouches, and notochord for support; all vertebrates; eel like fishes, sharkes, bong fishes, ahphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals
    • Diatoms-microscopic algae, w/ a silica shell that produces up to 75% of our atmospheric oxygen
    • Diatomaceous Earth-sediments of diatom skeletons
    • Producer-and organism that produces its own foods through photosynthesis
    • Filament-a chain of cells
    • Pytenoid-structures in chloroplasts that convert sugars
    • Blade-the solar collector for brow algae (kelp)
    • Air Bladder-provides floatation for kelp blades so that they can stay near the surface
    • Stipe-Provides support for the kelp
    • Holdfast-anchors the kelp so that it doesnt mashinto shore
    • Gums-extracts from seaweeds
    • Agar-gelatinous substance obtained from red algae, used in culture dishes as growth medium
    • Ciliates-protozoa w/ cilia
    • Flagellates-protozoa w/ flagella
    • Nematodes-round worms
    • Rotifers-microscopic, protozoa like organisms w/ cilia
    • Crustaceans-ostracods, Nauplius, and copepods
  4. Writing
    • Rules To Avoid Food Poisoning:
    • Practice good hygiene
    • Prepare food w/ utensils
    • Keep foods above 140 or below 40 F
    • Dont cross contaminate foods
    • Keep pets out of kitchen
    • Red Wood Tree
    • 1 During the fall the ovulate and staminate cones develop
    • 2 Durning the next spring the pollem is transfered from the staminete cone to the ovulate cone
    • 3 One year later fertilization takes place. It is now know as a "one year cone
    • 4 Durning the fall the cone opens releasing its seeds. It is now know as the two year cone.
    • The seeds germinate and become a seedling with 6 to 10 catyledons
    • Ferns Growth
    • 1 A fern sporangium releases its spores
    • 2 A fern spore germinates and becomes the fern prothallus which produces the archegonia and antheridia
    • 3 The sperm swim from the antheridia to the archegonia and fertilizes an egg there
    • 4 This fertilized egg develops into the fern frond which produces more spores
    • Plant Growth
    • 1 The moss capsule releases its spores
    • 2 The moss spores germinate and become protonema
    • 3 The protonema produces both gamete producing structures: the archegonia and the antheridia
    • 4 The sperm swims from the antheridia to the archegonia and fertilizes an egg there
    • 5 The fertilized egg developes into the stalk and capsule which later disaperses its spores
    • Fungal Structures: Hyphae, Spores, Sporangium, Sporangiophores, Hyphae
    • Reproductive Structures: Progametes, Gametes, Zygotes, Zygospore
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