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BI Lab 11

biodiversity includes the diversity of genes, the diversity of species, and the diversity of species' interactions with one another and their environments
nanotechnology the study and creation of extremely small structural components
stomata openings into the leaf that allow for gas exchange
symbiosis one species benefits by tis interaction with another
cellulose a carbohydrate of structural importance in cell walls
symbionts intestinal bacteria and protozoans
cellulases enzymes that digest cellulose
guard cells open and close the stoma as a means to regulate the loss of water from the leaf
obligate symbionts no longer capable of living freely beyond the confines of a termite
endosymbiotic/endosymbiosis theory origins of chloroplasts and mitochondria that functioned originally as bacteria symbiotic within early eukaryotic cells
hyphae one of the species is a fungus whose body at the microscopic level consists of these cellular filaments
crutose adherent like paint over the surface on which it grows
fruticose like little shrubs with branches
foliose with a leafy body that, while greenish on top, is typically white or black underneath
Created by: pace_sauce