Directions: Observe the dissected flower at your lab station. Use the cut outs to identify the following structures: Sepal Petal Filament Anther Ovary Ovule Style Stigma Pedicle Carpel Stamen Station 2




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Station 1: Angiosperms
Directions: Observe the dissected flower at your lab station. Use the cut outs to identify the following structures:
Sepal

Petal


Filament

Anther


Ovary

Ovule


Style

Stigma


Pedicle

Carpel


Stamen

Station 2: Review – Taxonomy & Kingdoms


Directions: Use the chart to answer the following questions:


Level of Classification

DANDELION

LIVE OAK


LOBLOLLY PINE

MOSS


KINGDOM

Plantae

Plantae

Plantae

Plantae

PHYLUM

Tracheophyta

Tracheophyta

Tracheophyta

Bryophyta

CLASS

Angiospermae

Angiospermae

Gymnospermae

Sphagnopsida

ORDER

Asterales

Anthophyta

Coniferohyta

Sphagnales

FAMILY

Compositae

Fugaceae

Pinacceae

Sphagnaceae

GENUS

Taraxacum

Quercas

Pinus

Sphagnum

SPECIES

officinale

virginiana

taeda

palustre

1) Of the plants in the chart, which two are the most closely related? Explain how you know.


2) What is the scientific name for the DANDELION (remember the correct format!)?
3) What is the smallest (most specific) group (taxon) to which the Dandelion belongs?

Directions: Use your knowledge of the 6 kingdoms to determine which kingdom the organism being described belongs to.
1) I am a unicellular prokaryotic who lives in extreme environments.
2) I am photosynthetic, I have a nucleus and I am made of only one cell.
3) I am photosynthetic, eukaryotic and multicellular.
4) What is the MAIN difference between the two Bacteria domain and the domain Eukarya?

Directions: Use the chart to answer the following questions:


 

1

2

3

Kingdom

Animal

Animal

Animal

Phylum

Chordate

Chordate

Chordate

Class

Mammal

Mammal

Mammal

Order

Primate

Carnivore

Carnivore

Family

Hominidae

Felidae

Felidae

Genus

Homo

Panthera

Felis

Species

Sapiens

Leo

Domesticus

1. Of the animals in the chart, which two are the most closely related? Explain how you know.

2. What is the scientific name for organism #3?
3. What is the largest (most inclusive) group (taxon) to which all three organisms belong?
4. Which of the taxa above include all the others?

Station 3: Roots, Leaves & Cones


Directions: Observe the roots, leaves and cones at your lab station and discuss the questions with your lab group.
Part 1: Roots
Locate the two roots at your lab station. Which is the tap root? Which is the fibrous root?
1) Which type of angiosperms has tap roots?

2) Which type of angiosperms has fibrous roots?


Part 2: Leaves
Identify the leaves at your lab station as either parallel or netlike (palmate) venation.
1) Which type of angiosperm has leaves with parallel venation?

2) Which type of angiosperm has leaves with netlike (palmate) venation?


Part 3: Cones
Observe the cone at your lab station.
1) Cones are unique to which category of plants?
2) Conifers have unique leafs called _________________ which function to _________________________.
3) What does gymnosperm mean? Attempt to pull a naked seed out of the cone at your lab station.

Station 4: Review – Eukaryotic vs Prokaryotic



Directions: Place the cuts outs in the correct sections of the Venn Diagram to correctly illustrate the similarities and differences between prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells. Ask your teacher to check your work when you are done. When you have it correct fill in your venn diagram on your lab handout.


Station 5: Review – Dichotomous Keys



Directions: Use the dichotomous key below to correctly classify and name each creature. Remember to write the scientific name is the correct format!



1.

a. The creature has a large wide head...........................................go to 2




b. The creature has a small narrow head.....................................go to 11

2.

a. It has 3 eyes .........................................................................................go to 3




b. It has 2 eyes ........................................................................................go to 7

3.

a. There is a star in the middle of its chest...............................go to 4




b. There is no star in the middle of its chest ...........................go to 6

4.

a. The creature has hair spikes ...............................................Broadus hairus




b. The creature has no hair spikes..................................................go to 5

5.

a. The bottom of the creature is arch-shaped ...............Broadus archus




b. The bottom of the creature is M-shaped ...................Broadus emmus

6.

a. The creature has an arch-shaped bottom ...................Broadus plainus




b. The creature has an M-shaped bottom........................Broadus tritops

Station 6: Review – We Eat This Stuff?


Directions: Observe the food at your lab station. Using the cut outs, match the correct function and food example with the structures listed in the first column. Ask your teacher to check your work when you are finished.


STRUCTURE

FUNCTION

FOOD EXAMPLE

Roots









Stems








Leaves








Flowers


(or flower buds)






Fruit








Seeds











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