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Lab Final.


Ascaris lumbricoides: life cycle eggs on soil. to fertilized egg is infective. to human ingests infective egg. to hatches in small intestine. to larva penetrates mucosa. to the liver. to trachea. to esophagus. to small intestine. to adults in small intestine. eggs are made.
Frog population curve Type 3
Pelican beak pouch on bottom of beak
Classify to order: crab Decapoda
Biodiversity Diversity of life
Longest objective High power objective, 400x, use only fine
High power objective 400x, use only fine
Crab phylum Arthropoda
Butterfly phylum Arthropoda
Thin beaked birds eat Bugs
Basilik lizard and property of water Surface tension helps it run across water
Classify to order: spider Arachneae
Which adjustment(s) with high power objective? Only fine
Fine adjustment knob Smaller knob, low power and high power
Scanning objective Lowest power, use course and fine
Clam phylum Mollusca
Earthworm phylum Annelida
Dioecious Male and female are different
Phenotypic ratio Appearance
Which adjustment(s) with scanning objective? Course and fine adjustment
Stage Where object is placed to be viewed
Spider phylum Arthropoda
Leech phylum Annelida
First objective when viewing slide Scanning
Field of view Area through the microscope where you can see
Cardinal skull Broad beak
Milllepede phylum Arthropoda
Octopus phylum Mollusca
Barn owl face: why? not symmetrical, to help the owl pinpoint sound
Genotypic ratio Not appearance
Built in scope magnification 10x
Low power objective 10x, use only fine
Sea Anenome phylum Cnidaria
Bird beaks on islands with large seeds vs. small seeds The bigger the seed = the bigger the beak
Broad beaked birds eat Eat nuts
Classify to order: grasshopper Order Orthoptera
Worm phylum Annelida
Woodpecker tongue Has barbs on it
Which adjustment(s) with low power objective? Only fine
Course adjustment knob Only with scanning objective
Squid phylum Mollusca
Classify to order: scorpion Arachnida
Jellyfish phylum Cnidaria
Nacre Inner shell
Hantavirus & the weather More rain= more resources and more mice
Coral phylum Cnidaria
Great Blue Heron skull and hunting Doesn't disturb water when it hunts, eyes on side of skull, monocular
Hydra phylum Cnidaria
Created by: bebe130006