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1

What is this plant? What phylum is it in? What is 1 pointing to? Give a description.

  • The plant is Marchantia sp.
  • Hepatophyta (liverworts)
  • 1 is pointing to the Rhizoids
  • Rhizoids are short threads of cells that provide anchorage, but do not absorb water or nutrients

2

What plant is this? What phylum is it in? What are 1 and 2 pointing to? Give a description.

  • The plant is Marchantia sp.
  • Hepatophyta (liverworts)
  • 1 is pointing to the gemmae cupule, and 2 is pointing to the gemmae
  • A gemmae cupule are home to the specialized gemmae cells. They can be found along the upper surface of the thallus, and whenthe cups fill with water, they release several gemmae.
  • Gammae are either a single cell, a mass of cells, or a modified bud of tissue, that detaches from the parent and develops into a new individual

 

  • A view of the gemmae cupules and gemmae on the plant

3

What is this gametophyte? What phylum is it in? What is 1 pointing to? Is this gametophyte female or male? 

  • This gametophyte is an archegoniophore
  • Hepatophyta (liverworts)
  • 1 is pointing to archegonial receptacles
  • This gametophyte is female

 

Here's a close up:

  1. Archegonial receptacle
  2. Eggs
  3. Neck of archegonium

4

Which side of the image represents Gram-Positive and which side represents Gram-Negative

  • Right side: Gram-Positive (purple)
  • Left side- Gram-Netative (pink)

5

Which bacterial morphology does this image represent: Bacillus, Coccus, or Spirilli?

  • Coccus

6

Which bacterial morphology does this image represent: Bacillus, Coccus, or Spirilli?

  • Spirilli

7

Which bacterial morphology does this image represent: Bacillus, Coccus, or Spirilli?

  • Bacillus

8

What is this? What are 1, 2 and 3 pointing to?

Volvox

 1. Immature daughter colony

2. Daughter colonies

3. Vegetative cells

9

What is this? What are 1 and 2 pointing to?

  • Diatom
  1. Cocconeis
  2. Amphora

 

10

What is this gametophyte? What phylum is it in? What is 1 pointing to? Is this gametophyte female or male? 

  • This is an antheridiophore
  • Hepatophyta (liverworts)
  • Antheridial receptacles
  • This gametophyte is male

 

Here's a close up:

  1. Antheridia

11

What is this? What are 1,3 and 8 pointing to?

Euglena

1. Flagellum

3. Eyespot

8. Pellicle

12

What is this? Identify the pseudopodia and food vacuoles.

Amoeba

7. Pseudopodia

3. Food Vacuoles

13

What moss sporophyte is this? What phylum is it in? What are 1 and 2 pointing to? How are the spores dispersed?. 

  • Mnium sp.
  • Bryophyta
  • 1 is pointing to the capsule (sporangia), and 2 is pointing to the operculum
  • Under the right conditions, the operculum (cap) on the end of the capsule falls off, and the spores are dispersed

14

What is this? What are 3,4 and 9 pointing to?

Paramecium

3. Macronucleus

4. Cilia

9. Oral Groove

15

What is this? What are 1 and 2 pointing to?

Trypanosoma

1. Trypanosoma brucei

2. Red blood cell

16

What is this?

Plasmodium

17

What is this? What two main parts does this image consist of?

  • Physarum
  • This image consists of the fruiting body and stalk

18

What phylum consists of pines, cedars and spruces?

Phylum Coniferophyta

19

What is this? What are 1, 2 and 3 pointing to?

Ovulate Cone

1. Ovuliferous scale

2. Ovule

3. Cone axis

20

What is this? What are 1 and 2 pointing to?

Pinus

1. Pollen body

2. Wings

21

What is this? 

An angiosperm

  •  Remember where the sepals, petals, stamens, anthers, filaments and carpals go.

22

What kind of moss is this? What phylum does it belong to?

  • Polytrichum
  • Bryophyta

23

What is this plant? What phylum does it belong to? What are 1 and 2 pointing to?

  • Lycopodium clavatum
  • Lycophyta
  1. Strobilud
  2. Stem

 

Here's a close up:

  1. Sporangia
  2. Sporophyll
  3. Sporangium
  4. Sporophyll

24

Label the parts of this peanut.

  1. Cotyledon

 2. Integument (seed coat)

 3. Plumule

 4. Embryo axis

 5. Interior of fruit

 6. Mesocarp

 7. Radicle

 8. Cotyledon

 9. Fruit wall (pericarp)

25

Label this apple.

  1. Pedicel

 2. Mature floral tube

 3. Seed (mature ovule)

 4. Remnants of floral parts

 5. Ovary wall

 6. Mature ovary (2 & 6 make up the fruit)

26

What is this plant? What phylum does it belong to? What are 1 and 2 pointing to?

  • The spike moss, Selaginella kraussiana
  • Lycophyta
  1. Strobili (cones)
  2. Sporaphyll with sporangium

 

Here a close up:

  1. Ligule
  2. Megasporophyll
  3. Megasporangium
  4. Megaspore
  5. Microsporophyll
  6. Microsporangium
  7. Microspore
  8. Cone Axis

27

Label the grapefruit.

  1. Exocarp

 2. Mesocarp

 3. Endocarp

 4. Pericarp

 5. Seed

28

Label this pinapple.

  1. Shoot apex
  2. Central axis
  3. Floral parts

29

Label this tomato.

  1. Pedicel

 2. Pericarp

 3. Locule

 4. Placenta

 5. Seed 

 6. Sepals

 7. Mature ovary 

30

Name and Label

Mesophyta

1. Upper epidermis

2. Palisade mesophyll

3. Spongy mesophyll

4. Leaf vein (vascular bundle)

5. Xylem

6. Phloem