Part 1: CLOSED BOOK: NO NOTES ALLOWED IN THIS SECTION OF THE EXAM:
Camosun bog species and ecology:
a. Be prepared to name 5 native bog species and 5 invasives and describe them and/or identify them
b. What is the keystone species of Camosun bog?
c. How is a bog formed?
d. How did the urban expansion in Vancouver impact the bog?
e. How does bog restoration help the bog recover?
Angiospermae reproduction based on the notes package:
- correctly label parts of a plant that I might show you:
- identify the correct transportation in plants: vascular bundles, xylem, phloem, differences of dicots and monocots
- sexual reproduction of angiospermae
Lab exam. look at lab slide pics. label and identify
- lillium ovary
- lillium anther
- monocot seed (corn)
- dicot seed (cashew)
- zea maize stem
- leaf cross section
- What kinds of organisms are in soil?
- How long does it take to make a layer of soil? how big's the layer?
- Why is soil important to the ecosystem?
- How can trees communicate in the soil?
Part 2: OPEN BOOK: TAKE OUT YOUR NOTES AND ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS:
1. Write and draw the correct steps for the megaspore mother cell to create eggs and polar nuclei and for the microspore mother cell to create the pollen
2. Compare and contrast a dicot stem, and dicot leaf with a monocot stem and leaf
3. Describe the steps of double fertilization starting with the pollen landing on the stigma
4. What happens after double fertilization for
a. a dicot plant
b. a monocot plan