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Total magnification using Low power = _________

100x

2

Total magnification using High power = _________

400x

3

Total magnification using Oil Immersion = _________

1000x

4

What are the two ways of adjusting the light in the compound light microscope?

-Iris diaphragm lever
-Moving the condenser

5

The fine focusing knob is the _________ of the two knobs; the coarse focusing knob is the _________ of the two knobs

-smaller
-larger

6

When cleaning the microscope, you should use _________

Lens tissue paper

7

_________ : Microscope slide

Wet Mount

8

_________ : Lens closest to the eye

Ocular

9

_________ : Largest magnification

Oil immersion

10

_________ : Least magnification

Low power

11

_________ : When you look in the microscope

Field of view

12

_________ : Controls light intensity

Iris diaphragm

13

What shape are coccus bacteria?

Sphere

14

What shape are bacillus bacteria?

Rod shaped

15

What shape are spirillum bacteria?

Spiral

16

_________ cells have no nucleus and no membrane. Their DNA is suspended within the _________

-Prokaryotic
-cytoplasm

17

_________ cells have a true nucleus containing their DNA which contain many _________

-Eukaryotic
-organelles

18

Protozoa that reproduce _________ are found in Stable non-changing habitats

Asexually

19

Protozoa that reproduce _________ are found in environments that are not constant and unstable

Sexually

20

_________ : Movement of the cytoplasm, within Amoeba to provide circulation

Cytoplasmic streaming

21

_________ : Chrysophyta

Diatoms

22

_________ : Euglenophyta

Euglena

23

_________ : Chlorophyta

Spirogyra

24

_________ : Phaeophyta

Brown Algae

25

_________ : Rhodophyta

Red Algae

26

_________ : Mastigina

Trypanosoma

27

_________ : Sarcodina

Amoeba

28

_________ : Ciliphora

Paramecium

29

_________ : Myxomycota

Slime mold

30

What is the technical name for filaments that grow out of the spore?

Hyphae

31

Name the fungus that grows on the surface of lilac leaves?

Powdery Mildew

32

Specifically, what are the cells on the inside of the sporangium called?

Spores

33

The _________ body is persistent, the _________ body is only present when spores are going to be released.

-fungal
-fruiting

34

The _________ body is made up of hyphae, the _________ body is a stalk like structure that produces spores

-fungal
-fruiting

35

_________ is not used for dispersal by a fungus

Zygospore

36

Four main structures of the mushroom:

-Pileus/Cap
-Gills
-Annulus
-Stipe

37

_________ : Lichen

1. Zygomycota
2. Ascomycota
3. Basidiomycota
4. Mycophycophyta

Mycophycophyta

38

_________ : Morel

1. Zygomycota
2. Ascomycota
3. Basidiomycota
4. Mycophycophyta

Ascomycota

39

_________ : Bread Mold

1. Zygomycota
2. Ascomycota
3. Basidiomycota
4. Mycophycophyta

Zygomycota

40

_________ : Coprinus

1. Zygomycota
2. Ascomycota
3. Basidiomycota
4. Mycophycophyta

Basidiomycota

41

_________ : Rhizopus

1. Zygomycota
2. Ascomycota
3. Basidiomycota
4. Mycophycophyta

Zygomycota

42

_________ : Yeast

1. Zygomycota
2. Ascomycota
3. Basidiomycota
4. Mycophycophyta

Ascomycota

43

_________ : Peziza

1. Zygomycota
2. Ascomycota
3. Basidiomycota
4. Mycophycophyta

Ascomycota

44

_________ : Corn smut

1. Zygomycota
2. Ascomycota
3. Basidiomycota
4. Mycophycophyta

Basidiomycota

45

_________ : Powdery Mildew

1. Zygomycota
2. Ascomycota
3. Basidiomycota
4. Mycophycophyta

Ascomycota

46

Name the specific structure that produces the spores of the moss?

Capsule

47

Name the green leafy portion of the moss?

Gametophyte

48

Specifically, what are the filaments that grow out of the moss spore called?

Protonema

49

_________ are the oval structures at the tip of the male gametophyte

Antheridia

50

_________ are the elongated structures found at the tip of the female gametophyte

Archegonia

51

_________ are filled with sperm cells

Antheridia

52

The _________ contain a single large cell called the egg

archegonia

53

The _________ generation produces the gametes (sex cell)

gametophyte

54

The _________ generation produces spores

sporophyte

55

_________ is the dominant generation

Gametophyte

56

The _________ is not persistent like the _________

-Sporophyte
-Gametophyte

57

_________ grow naturally in very moist but not inundated with water places such as cracks of rock near a waterfall

Liverworts

58

What are the clusters of sporangia called on the backside of a frond?

Sori

59

What is an underground stem called?

Rhizome

60

What is the proper name of the fern gametophyte?

Prothallia

61

_________ : does not have leaves or roots

Whisk fern

62

_________ : has a symbiotic relationship with fungi for survival

Whisk fern

63

Club moss is Not really a moss, because it has _________

vascular tissue

64

Native americans used the _________ as a scouring rush due coarse, rough texture

Horsetail

65

What is a mature ovule with a fertilized egg called?

Seed

66

How many nuclei are in a mature ovule?

eight

67

In the seed, the entire new plant grows from what?

Embryo

68

How many pollen grains are produced from a single microsporocyte?

4

69

Petals are collectively called _________

Corolla

70

Sepals are collectively called _________

Calyx

71

_________ : Pollen tetrad

1. Female portion of the flower
2. Male portion of the flower
3. None of the above

2. Male portion of the flower

72

_________ : Pistil

1. Female portion of the flower
2. Male portion of the flower
3. None of the above

1. Female portion of the flower

73

_________ : Stigma

1. Female portion of the flower
2. Male portion of the flower
3. None of the above

1. Female portion of the flower

74

_________ : Microsporocyte

1. Female portion of the flower
2. Male portion of the flower
3. None of the above

2. Male portion of the flower

75

_________ : Anther

1. Female portion of the flower
2. Male portion of the flower
3. None of the above

2. Male portion of the flower

76

_________ : Ovary

1. Female portion of the flower
2. Male portion of the flower
3. None of the above

1. Female portion of the flower

77

_________ : Ovule

1. Female portion of the flower
2. Male portion of the flower
3. None of the above

1. Female portion of the flower

78

_________ : Egg

1. Female portion of the flower
2. Male portion of the flower
3. None of the above

1. Female portion of the flower

79

_________ : Calyx

1. Female portion of the flower
2. Male portion of the flower
3. None of the above

3. None of the above

80

What is the primary function of the leaves?

Photosynthesis

81

What structure's function is to increase the surface area of the root?

Root hair

82

What will the bud between the developing leaves become?

Flowers or new branches

83

Roots have a _________ to help them push through the soil

rootcap

84

Which of the following is not a function of the root?

1. anchorage
2. photosynthesis
3. storage
4. absorption

2. photosynthesis

85

_________ : Palisade layer

1. Root
2. Stem
3. Leaves

3. Leaves

86

_________ : Cortex

1. Root
2. Stem
3. Leaves

1. Root

87

_________ : Epidermis

1. Root
2. Stem
3. Leaves

1. Root
2. Stem
3. Leaves

88

_________ : Root hairs

1. Root
2. Stem
3. Leaves

1. Root

89

_________ : Stomata

1. Root
2. Stem
3. Leaves

3. Leaves

90

_________ : Region of maturation

1. Root
2. Stem
3. Leaves

1. Root

91

_________ : Vascular tissue

1. Root
2. Stem
3. Leaves

1. Root
2. Stem
3. Leaves

92

_________ : Cuticle

1. Root
2. Stem
3. Leaves

3. Leaves