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Red Maple

Acer Rubrum

opposite

simple 

3 to 5 lobes

palmate

serrated margin

narrow,shallow sinuses

2 to four inches long

green above/ wjite underneath leaf

fruit - samaras

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Red Maple

Acer rubrum

 

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RED MAPLE

Acer rubrum

Acer= Sharp; Maple

rubr= red reddish

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Acer negundo

Box Elder

pinnately compound ( only compound maple)

Opposite

3 to 5 leaflets ( 2-4 inches long)

margin : serrate and sometimes lobed

Fruit: samara

leaf shape: elliptical or ovate

 

 

 

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Acer negundo 

Box Elder

Acer,=Sharp. Maple

negundo=

 

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Box Elder Maple

Acer negundo

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Quercus falcata

Southern Red Oak

leaf type: Simple

Leaf arrangement: Alternate

5-9 inches long

Leafeshape: roughly obovate /elliptical

Margin: long narrow Lobed with bristle tips

3 lobes with shallow sinuses or 5-7 lobes with 

Fruit: Acorns

Venation : pinnate

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Southern Red Oak 

Quercus falcata

Querc= Oak

falc- sickle( a hook- like tool)

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southern Red oak

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Quercus velutina

black oak

leaf type: Simple

Leaf arrangement: Alternate

4-10 inches long

Leafeshape: obovate /ovate

Margin:  narrow Lobed , 5-7 lobes with britle tips
Fruit: Acorns

Venation : pinnate

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Quercus velutina

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White Oak 

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Quercus alba

Quercus =oak

alb=white

leaf type: Simple

Leaf arrangement: Alternate

4-7  inches long

Leafeshape:  obovate /oblong

Margin:  7-10 rounded finger like lobes; apex is rounded

3 lobes with shallow sinuses or 5-7 lobes with

Fruit: Acorns

Venation : pinnate

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Quercus alba

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Scarlet oak 

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Quercus coccinea

Quercus=oak

coccin =scarlet

leaf type: Simple

Leaf arrangement: Alternate

3-7 inches long

Leafeshape: oval

Margin: long narrow Lobed with bristle tips lobes with deep sinuses 
Fruit: Acorns

Venation : pinnate

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Quercus coccinea

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Prunus avium

leaf type: Simple

Leaf arrangement: Alternate

5-9 inches long

Leafeshape: long oval to obovate

Margin: serrated ( slightly rounded)

 

Fruit: cherry

Venation : pinnate

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Prunus serotina

Black cherry

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Acer rubrum 

Red Maple

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Acer negundo

Box Elder maple

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Carya tomentosa

Cary=nut ( hickory)

Toment = dense hair

leaf type: compound

Leaf arrangement: pinnately compound

5-9 inches long

Leafeshape: roughly obovate /elliptical

Margin: serrated

Fruit: 

Venation : pinnate

 

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Robinia pseudoacacia

leaf type: Compound ( 7-19)

Leaf arrangement: Alternate, pinnately compound

5-9 inches long

Leafeshape: roughly obovate /elliptical

Margin: Entire


Fruit: flattened legume

Venation : pinnate

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Cornus florida

cornuns = dogwood

Florida= flower

leaf type: Simple

Leaf arrangement: opposite

5-9 inches long

Leafeshape: roughly obovate /elliptical

Margin:Entire or slightly wavy


Fruit: 

Venation : pinnate

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Liriodendron tulipifera

leaf type: Simple

Leaf arrangement: Alternate

5-9 inches long

Leafeshape: orbicular

Margin: 4 lobed, entire

 

Fruit: 

Venation : palmately veined

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Nyssa sylvatica

leaf type: Simple

Leaf arrangement: Alternate

Leafeshape: obovate

Margin: entire

 

Fruit:

Venation : pinnate

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Oxydendrum arboreum

leaf type: Simple

Leaf arrangement: Alternate

5-9 inches long

Leafeshape: elliptical

Margin: finely serrated

3 lobes with shallow sinuses or 5-7 lobes with

Fruit: Acorns

Venation : pinnate

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Pinus strobus

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White pine 

Pinus strobus

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Pinus echinata

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Short Leaf Pine 

Pinus Echinata

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PROKARYOTIC CELL

 

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Example of a autotrophic bacteria  ( prokaryotes)

CYANOBACTERIA ( aka blue green algea)

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CYANOBACTERA AKA 

blue green algae

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characteristics of CYANOBACTERA

prokaryote

bacteria

autotrophic

may grow as single cells or in colonies ( filaments) 

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colonial CYANOBACTERIA 

( Ocilatoria) named for its movement

have filaments ( single cells fused together to create a colony or a filament)

reproduce by fragmentation( eac cell can break off from the filament then grow into a new filament) 

 

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3 examples of of Protozoans ( aninal like protistst)

they are all heterotrophs), single celled eukaryotes

1.Ameoba sp.

2. Euglena sp.

3. Vorticella sp.

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Ameba sp. 

Eukaryote--protist--- protozoan--single celled heterotroph

note: psuedopods

( used for movement ( cytoplasmic streaming) and for surrounding andcapturing prey)

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Euglena sp.

protozoan-protist-eukaryote- single celled heterotrophs photosynthetic

note: flagella ( each cell has 2 to propel the cell)

 

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Vorticella sp.

( protozoan,-protist-eukarya- single celled heterotroph)

note:

cilia ( at top used for movement and funnel water

stalk ( retactable) ( used to attach to substrate)

Filter feeds on bacteria

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example of a unicellular algae

Volvox sp.

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Volvox sp. 

unicellular algae 

photosynthetic, autotrophic, protist , eukarya

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Example of multicellular algae

Spirogyra sp.

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Spirogyra sp

multicellular photosynthetic algae, protist, eukaryotic autotrophs

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Why are spirogyras different in color

due to different light absorbent pigments in their cells

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example of a filamentous green algae 

spirogyra sp.

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based on molecular evidence what is believed to have evolved from ancient species of green algae

Vascular plants

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eg. of brown algae

Fucus

Large microscopic forms that attach to rocks

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Fucus

brown algae

note: flotation bladders

 

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What is the root like structure on the fucus 

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HOLDFAST ( allow it to attach to rocks etc)

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filamentous structure of fungus 

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HYPHAE

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Basidomycetes

belong to the taxon basidomycota

are mushroom producing fungi

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Where are basidomyctes spores are borne 

between  the gills on the underside of hte mushroom cap

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Ascomycetes

belonging to the taxon acscomycota ( sac fungi)

do not form mushroom

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eg.s of ascomycetes

yeast

 

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Rhizopus

(bread mole)

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Bread mole 

Rhizopus

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The white filament on rhizopus 

Hyphae

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hyphae  collectively form

mycelium

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The stalks on a bread mold ( rhizopus)

Sporangia

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What is the purpose of the sporangia

these produce spores that germinate and grow into hyphae

The spores function in asexual reproduction

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peziza

cup fungi

ascomycetes

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the peziza reproducive structure is called

asci/ ascus

they produce 8 spores each 

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Ascocarp

the fruitbody of ascomycetes

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Example of basidomycetes

mushrooms

puffballs 

shelf fungi

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mushrooms have either gills or -----

 on the underside for spores

pores

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Algae on top 

fungal hyphae at the bottom

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The 3 forms of lichen are 

1. crustose

foliose

3. fruitose