Question: 5. You’re Are Working In A Aquatic Research Lab And A Colleague Tells You They Found A Ciliate In A Water Sample. What Do You Ask Them To Confirm It’s A Ciliate? A. Cool! Have You Seen The Flagella Moving? B. Cool! Have You Been Able To Identify The Macro And Micronuclei? C. Cool! Can You Distinguish The Mitochondria From The Chloroplast? D. Cool! Have …

Question: 5. You’re Are Working In A Aquatic Research Lab And A Colleague Tells You They Found A Ciliate In A Water Sample. What Do You Ask Them To Confirm It’s A Ciliate? A. Cool! Have You Seen The Flagella Moving? B. Cool! Have You Been Able To Identify The Macro And Micronuclei? C. Cool! Can You Distinguish The Mitochondria From The Chloroplast? D. Cool! Have …

5. Youre are working in a aquatic research lab and a colleague tells you they found a ciliate in a water sample. What do you7. For photosynthetic organisms, is water a more limiting factor underwater or on land? a. Underwater b. On land C. Equally la. A=C3, B = C4, C = CAM b. A= C4, B = C3, C = CAM c. A = C3, B = CAM, C = C4 d. A= C4, B = CAM, C = C3 10. Given your peer dC. e. What do Diatoms do and how do they reproduce? 13. What are algae? a. How did they evolve? b. What are Diatoms? c. Whatup 17. How do plants interact with their environment? a. Why do plants need water? b. How do plants take up water? c. How do

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5. You’re are working in a aquatic research lab and a colleague tells you they found a ciliate in a water sample. What do you ask them to confirm it’s a ciliate? a. Cool! Have you seen the flagella moving? b. Cool! Have you been able to identify the macro and micronuclei? C. Cool! Can you distinguish the mitochondria from the chloroplast? d. Cool! Have you observed the macronucleus dividing? 6. When conditions get hot and dry, plants close their stomata to avoid drying out. When stomata close, How do conditions inside the leaf change? a. It has a small effect on gasses, but there is plenty of CO2 for Rubisco to fix into sugars b. It has a big effect, shutting down photosynthesis completely and the plant goes dormant C. It had a big effect, CO2 is consumed by Rubisco until O2 concentrations are too high, leading to photorespiration d. It has a small effect on gasses, but Rubisco quickly switches to photorespiration 7. For photosynthetic organisms, is water a more limiting factor underwater or on land? a. Underwater b. On land C. Equally limiting for both 8. For photosynthetic organisms, is gas exchange (CO2,02) a more limiting factor underwater or on land? a. Underwater b. On land c. Equally limiting for both 9. Which curves represents which type of photosynthesis? a. A=C3, B = C4, C = CAM b. A= C4, B = C3, C = CAM c. A = C3, B = CAM, C = C4 d. A= C4, B = CAM, C = C3 10. Given your peer discussion, what is your hypothesis of which plant is C3 and which plant is C4? a. E. californica is C3, A. rosea is C4 b. E. californica is C4, A. rosea is C3 c. Both are C3 plants d. Neither of them have cookie monster (Rubisco) Discussion Questions: 11. Who are eukaryotes? a. What do they have in common? 12. Who are protists? a. What do Ciliates do and how do they reproduce? b. What do Slime Molds do and how do they reproduce? C. e. What do Diatoms do and how do they reproduce? 13. What are algae? a. How did they evolve? b. What are Diatoms? c. What are Brown algae? d. What are Red algae? What are Chlorophyta (green algae)? 14. How do algae interact with their environment? a. Turbinaria ornata case study 15. How do plants live on land? What are the needs of photosynthetic organisms? b. What are the constraints for living on land? c. How is life different living in water than on land? 16. How does a plant utilize energy from the sun? What happens when light hits a plant? b. How do plants convert light to chemical energy? c. How has photosynthesis evolved in land plants? How will plants deal with climate change? a. a. up 17. How do plants interact with their environment? a. Why do plants need water? b. How do plants take up water? c. How do plants take nutrients? d. How do fungi affect nutrient uptake? 18. What are the different types of fungi? a. How do fungi interact with plants and the environment? 19. How and why is our climate changing? a. How does climate change affect plants? b. How does climate change affect plant-fungal interactions?