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Use the dichotomous key below and the diagrams above and on the preceding page to identify ... Bird insects; terrestrial non-insect arthropods, seeds, grains, and nuts; fruit

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Dichotomous Keys and Phylogenetic Trees

A dichotomous key is a list of paired statements (leads) that guides you to the ... Heres an example of a key to some kinds of fruit: 1. A. Fruits occur singly ..... .

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MLCCS Dichotomous Key

MLCCS Dichotomous Key. If you are using this key for the first time, go to Instructions to ... 21211 Fruit Trees (apple, cherry, plum, etc) 21212 Walnut. 21213 Other Deciduous ...

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It produces seeds in fruit Dichotomous Key of Chlorophyll-Containing Organisms #1. a. This organism is not a plant. (algae) b. This organism is a plant.

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Lab 7: Classification

You may be seeing a tree with leaves, or one with needles, fruit, or nuts. ... be used for writing? YesGo to question 2 NoThe object is a screw Your Dichotomous Key

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SCOPE, SEQUENCE,

Try to identify as many different types as you can using the following dichotomous key. A dichomotous key uses two distinctive choices or characteristics to narrow down the ...

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PowerPoint Presentation - Chapter 15 Plant Identification

Fruit scars (of infructescence) raised, circular, typically at junction of two ... Methods of identification 1) Taxonomic keys Dichotomous key Compare two contrasting ...

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A MIDDLE SCHOOL LESSON FOR CREATING AND USING DICHOTOMOUS KEYS

The lesson is based on the students participation in naming preposterous critters, creating a dichotomous key for them, testing the results and then creating their own ...

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Plant Reproduction, Structure, and Diversity

Have flowers used for reproduction Produce their seeds enclosed in a fruit Includes both herbaceous and woody plants Anthophyta Life Cycle- also heterosporous MONOCOTS VS.

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Gymnosperms, Angiosperms and Flowering Plants.ppt

Fruit from carpels of many flowers fused together (pineapple): multiple fruit II ... and not winged (sunflower, buttercup): achene (cereal grains): caryopsis Dichotomous Key ...

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Stage 1: Identify Desired Results

How to use and create a dichotomous key. Characteristics that are common ... lab: Taxonomic Key: Students will create a taxonomic key that could help identify a piece of fruit ...

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PROCEDURE (3 50 minute class periods)

How do you make a dichotomous key? Why do scientists use classification? ... the ovule is not enclosed at pollination and the seeds are not in a true fruit ...

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Insect Discovery in a Dichotomous Key

Insect Discovery in a Dichotomous Key. Introduction: Do you remember the first time you saw an insect? You may have asked yourself, What is it?

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Classification of Living Things

... differences between similar organisms (like trees) Taxonomic Key (Dichotomous Key ... Go to 4 4a More than one seed per fruit ..... Apples 4b ...

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Jelly Belly Lab - Using a Dichotomous Key

... Jelly Belly Lab - Using a Dichotomous Key Procedure: 1. Get 20 jelly beans in a cup. ... Bright yellowfruit on a tree _____ Light or Pale ...

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PowerPoint Presentation

Sample observations using smell: The fruit smells sweet. The coffee smells ... Use of a dichotomous key is helpful in classifying to identify an object.

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A Partial Listing of Publications on Tree and Shrub Identification

Uses a dichotomous key approach. Forest and Thicket: Trees, Shrubs Wildflowers of ... Fruit Key and Twig Key to Trees and Shrubs by William M. Harlow ISBN : 0486205118 ...

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What Tree is This? A Dichotomous Key

A Dichotomous Key for Coniferous and Deciduous Trees of the Pacific Coast of British Columbia ... annually fall from the tree (they are deciduous) ; seeds are enclosed in a fruit ...

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LAB . CLASSIFICATION DICHOTOMOUS KEYS

We will practice using a dichotomous key with some items we are familiar with: fruit. To use a dichotomous key, one begins with the first couplet of paired statements ...

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Slide 1

But blastula cells in a fruit fly cannot- the separated cells are already ... goal is to reflect the process of evolution (whos close cousins) Dichotomous Key ...

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Dichotomous Key

Rural Science Education Program Oregon State University Dichotomous Key designed by: Jana ... kinds of the following: o Dried Beans o Leaves o Dry Cereal o Shells o Fruit o ...

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Viruses, Bacteria, Protists and Fungi

... 10/28/10 Pick a Key! pg 79 Objective: To demonstrate how to use a dichotomous key. ... have flowers and produces a seed that is naked or not protected by a fruit ...

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Contents

A simple dichotomous key was used to identify the genera, and all specimens were ... especially when using habit, root and trunk structure, leaf shape and fruit or ...

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What the Bay HINGES on!

dichotomous key. Fruit would also be a good introductory example (apple, orange, grape, banana, strawberry, kiwi, etc.), but may be complicated by questions about

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Classification and the Kingdoms of Life

Phylogenetic Tree-(see ex. on slide) Cladogram -(see ex. on slide) Dichotomous Key ... protected seed, flowering plants, diploid, pollen, ex. Grass, roses, fruit ...

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KNOW YOUR KENTUCKY TREES

Using a Dichotomous Key to identify coniferous trees in our region click to continue ... The cone, or fruit, is small (1/3-1/2 inches long) and oval. It is yellowish ...

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Plant Identification Techniques

Leaves pinnately veined; ovary superior; fruit a capsule Itea. 4. Leaves ... A Dichotomous Key To Selected Genera Of Saxifragaceae (Example of an Indented key) Shrub ...

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Its Not Easy Being Green

Create a dichotomous key to distinguish characteristics of evergreens and deciduous trees ... Would you be a fruit tree? What would the fruit look like and taste like?

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Introductory

Know a fruit develops from the ovary of a flower. Types of fruit can be identified using a dichotomous key. Hormones promote fruit development

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Urban Tree Dendrology (Tree I.D.)

With dichotomous venation the veins extend for a distance forming a Y ... The key often focuses on the fruit or flower since this is the primary means for classifying ...

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Taxonomy/Classification and Dichotomous Keys with a plant focus

Procedure Show students a dichotomous key, explain how to use them, and practice using one ... like or scale-like, mostly evergreen; seeds in cones, not encloseed in a fruit ...

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PLANT TAXONOMY

key construction: (15 points) develop a . dichotomous. key to 10 families of flowering plants that have been ... ovary superior 2 ovary fusing in fruit 4 ovary inferior 6 ...

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Flowers for Freddy

Adapted and Excerpted from Constructing a Dichotomous Key by Margaret Bankhead of ... Prickly-pear cactus; a succulent grown as an ornamental and for the fruit.

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