WRITTEN WORK Activity 1 - Can you Recognize Me?
Directions: Identify the following, write your answer before each number.
1. The basic structure of all living things.
2. The tool used to view cells.
3. Group of cells performing the same function.
4. An organism that is made up of many cells.
5. A theory explaining about cells.
6. The control center of the cell.
7. An English scientist who discovered the cell.
8. Small vacuoles that are present in animal cells.
9. Consist of a jelly-like substance that holds the organelles of the cell.
10. Part of plant cells that contains chlorophyll which is needed to make food in plants.
Eriogonum fasciculatum subsp. polifolium (Benth.) S. Stokes
Author citation in botany follows an official list of author abbreviations for botanists when they are cited alongside binomial nomenclature of a plant species. For the problem given, we use Benth. for the original author and S. Stokes for the revising author.
Eriogonum polifolium was originally published as a species of Eriogonum by Benth., but was later revised by S. Stokes and changed to a subspecies of E. fasciculatum. Hence, its new epithet (or scientific name) retains polifolium but adds fasciculatum, and inserts “subsp.”, which is short for subspecies. We cite Benth. first, and in parentheses, because he is the original publisher of the plant name. We then follow his name by S. Stokes but not in parentheses, because he is now the second revising author. This is the general format that is followed for binomial nomenclature in botany.
Lastly, remember to italicize Eriogonum polifolium and fasciculatum. The author names and subsp. are not italicized.
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It is important for scientist to share their findings so that we can have a step up to scientific evolution and so that human knowledge may be added up by these findings.
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Autotrophs make their own food