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Which protist or group of protists is/are associated with the following:

a.       the white chalk cliffs of Dover?

b.      digesting cellulose?

c.       diatomaceous earth?

d.      coral reefs?

e.       algin?

f.        potato famine?

1.The role of spinal cord in nervous system was studied largely by _____ centuries?

2.Animals were shown to have the ability to respond to stimuli even when the brain is removed by_____ scientists?

3.What are the functions of spinal cord?

4.How many pairs of cranial nerves are present in cranium?

5.Which root of spinal cord are important to control muscular activity?

What if a scientist believes that a virus is alive. How would you address this question: At this same convention your next dilemma is to inform other scientists of multicellular organisms dependency on both Prokaryotes and Protists. Where would you begin? Why would there be no multicellular animals without first Prokaryotes and Protists?

How does meiosis differ from mitosis?
A growth curve that has zig zag shape reprents what growth?
Describe the pathway a secreted protein takes within a eukaryotic cell, from its production until it is secreted out.
Cytoskeleton are found within various organism and cells. Describe how cytoskeleton helps in i) movement of flagellated bacterium Vibrio cholerae, ii) the protection of our respiratory tract and iii) the contraction of our muscle cells.
1.1. Describe the characteristics of kingdom prostista, plantar, fungi and animalia.
1.2.discuss the domains of life bacteria and archaea.
1.3.define vascular and non vascular plants.
1.4. Describe the function of vascular tissues.
1.5. Describe the life cycle of plants.
1.6. Critically describe the relationship between cells, tissues, organs and organ system.
1.7. Define the different types of tissues.
1.8. Describe the different organ systems.
1.9. Discuss the mechanisms of evolution.
1.10. Explain the evidence of evolution.
1.11. Discuss human evolution
The lens of many vertebrate eyes is a crystallized form of a protein that also functions in digestion
as a metabolic enzyme. This shows that
Over time plants evolved and many of their features changed. These changes were due to the fact that some of them evolved from single celled organisms to multicellular aquatic organisms to terrestrial based organisms.

Using NAMED EXAMPLES from the three levels stated above:

(i) DESCRIBE how these organisms changed and evolved and

(ii) EXPLAIN why these changes were necessary for survival of the organism.

USE the following guidelines for discussion

· Alternation of generation

· Dependency on water for reproduction
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