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Bacteria

1. Describe the three different shapes of bacteria.

2. Describe two basic methods used to classify bacteria

3. Know the structures of a bacterial cell and compare/contrast to eukaryotic

4. Describe how bacteria reproduce asexually and sexually

5. Describe bacteria and their biology that relate to ecology and pathology

Protista

6. Compare and contrast prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells

7. Know the basic traits of the protists

8. Know the biology and characteristics of fungal-like protists

9. Know the biology and characteristics of plant-like protists

10. Know the biology and characteristics of animall-like protists (protozoa)

11. Describe the evolutionary significance of the protista

Fungi

12. Know the basic traits of fungi

13. Describe the anatomy of a fungus

14. Compare and contrast autotrophic and heterotrophic in relation to fungi

15. Know the basic process of how fungi feed

16. Know the three different taxonomic groups of fungi discussed

17. Know the basic structure, reproduction, and biology of all three fungi groups

18. Describe the ecological role of fungi in an ecosystem

19. Compare and contrast both helpful fungi and pathological fungi

Plants

20. Describe the basic evolutionary process of plants from aquatic to terrestrial

21. Know the four major taxonomic groups of plants

22. Know the basic anatomy of a plant including root, stem, leaf, and reproduction

23. Compare and contrast the reproductive biology of the four plant groups

24. Describe the biology of viruses and prions

25. List and describe the three domains and six kingdoms used in modern taxonomy

Animals

26. Know the common characteristics of all animals

27. Know the different forms of animal symmetry and body composition

28. Distinguish between ectothermic and endothermic

29. Describe the characteristic structure, biology, behavior, and ecology among the major animal phyla including Porifera, Cnidaria, Platyhelminthes, Annelida, Mollusca, Arthropoda, Echinodermata, and Chordata. Label all possible structures, discuss processes related to that structure, and d Chordata

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