Dihybrid Cross Practice Problems

Directions: Complete the following Dihybrid Cross problems. Identify the gametes from each parent. Complete a Punnett Square for the cross Identify the genotypes and phenotypes for the potential offspring. Find the phenotypic ratio for the potential offspring. Betta (Chinese/ Siamese fighting fish) Characteristics [Upper Case= Dominant & Lower Case= Recessive] B= Blue Tail                                                         b= black…

Histology: Labelled Slides

Aorta Basophils Cardiac Muscle Cardiac Muscle Longtudinal Cerebellar Cortex Cerebral Cortex Spinal Cord Eosinophils Epiphyseal plate Femoral Artery Femoral Vein Howship’s lacunae Jejunum lamina propria Liver Lymph node Lymphocyte Monocyte Spinal cord (silver) Neutrophil Pacinian corpuscle Peripheral Nerve Peripheral Nerve 2 Respiratory Epithelium Spinal cord (silver) 2 Simple Cuboidal Epithelium Simple Columnar Epithelium Skeletal Muscle…

Plant Taxonomy: Summary & Characteristics

Defining Characteristics of the Plant Kingdom: Multicellular Terrestrial Embryophytes Photosynthetic (almost all) Eukaryotic 4 Major Groups 1.     Non-Vascular Plants (Bryophytes and Friends) No vascular tissue – therefore must rely on surrounding moisture and osmosis to move fluids through their bodies. Small in stature, and simplistic – NO organs (roots, leaves, stems) (Rhizoids = root-like structures…

Ventricles and Meninges

Ventricles= expansions of the brain’s central cavity Filled with CSF, lined with ependymal cells Continuous with each other, central canal, and spinal cord 1st/2nd= paired lateral ventricles (lie in cerebral hemispheres) [separated by septum pellucidum– transparent wall] 3rd ventricle lies within diencephalon [connected to each lateral ventricles by interventricular foreamen] In midbrain is central cavity…