Advanced Placement (AP) Biology Review PowerPoint
Topic: Fungi and Protists (Algae and Protozoa)
Keywords: Advanced placement biology, test prep, AP exam, AP biology exam.
This is not a teaching powerpoint. This powerpoint is suitable for Advanced Placement Biology classes that need a quick review over a particular topic. Several months before the AP Biology exam, I begin to run through these short powerpoints to start my students on the road to reviewing for the exam in May. Each powerpoint is a set of questions followed by the answer. As the exam approaches, I spend 10 to 15 minutes each class period running through the questions on these review powerpoints. Keeping previously taught material fresh in the mind of the student is key to scoring well on the AP exam.
I offer one of my AP Biology Review PowerPoints as a free download. It covers the topic of Organic Compounds and Biochemistry. This will give you a good idea of what my review PowerPoints are like. Click this link to download the free PowerPoint on Organic Compounds.
This powerpoint would not be suitable for teaching the material for the first time. This powerpoint is simply a question followed by the answer. It covers what I consider to be the main points and ideas for each topic.
Please note: This product is also sold in a bundled package. Check out this product listing if you are interested in purchasing all 25 of my Review PowerPoints for AP Biology.
This download will include 2 separate PowerPoints: one on Fungi and one on Protists.
The fungi powerpoint contains 65 question and answer slides. It covers the following topics:
1. Classification of Fungi
2. Characteristics of Fungi
3. Structure of a Fungus
4. Reproduction in the Fungi
5. Phylum Zygomycota - Diagram and life cycle
6. Phylum Ascomycota
7. Phylum Basidiomycota
8. Phylum Deuteromycota
9. Comparison of Fungi to the Algae and Bacteria
10. Symbiotic Relationships of the Fungi
11. Importance of Fungi in the Ecosystem
The protists powerpoint contains 124 question and answer slides. It covers the following topics:
1. Characteristics of the Protists
2. Evolution of the Protists and Eukaryotic Cells
3. Classification of the Protists
4. Classification and Characteristics of the Algae
5. Structures found in the algae
6. Reproduction in the algae, including alternation of generations
7. The green algae - Example Spirogyra
8. The yellow-green algae - Example Vaucheria
9. The brown algae - Example Laminaria
10. Diatoms, Dinoflagellates, the Euglenoids
11. Importance of the Algae in the Ecosystem
12. Classification and Characteristics of the Protozoa
13. The Sarcodines (Amoeba)
14. The Ciliates (Paramecium)
15. The Flagellates
16. The Sporozoans
17. Importance of the Protozoa in the Ecosystem
18. The Slime Molds
The powerpoint is based on the 8th edition Biology by Campbell and Reece.
I hope that you will take a look at the free previews. Thanks for looking!
Other AP Biology Review Powerpoints Include:
AP Biology Review: Classification and Phylogeny
AP Biology Review: Chromosomal Basis of Inheritance
AP Biology Review: Cell Communication
AP Biology Review: Ecology
AP Biology Review: Transcription and Translation
AP Biology Review: Water and Its Properties
AP Biology Review: Carbon and Organic Compounds
AP Biology Review: Cell Structure and Function
AP Biology Review: Cell Membrane Structure and Function
AP Biology Review: Introduction to Metabolism
AP Biology Review: Mitosis and the Cell Cycle
AP Biology Review Powerpoint: Meiosis
AP Biology Review Powerpoint: Cellular Respiration
AP Biology Review Powerpoint: Photosynthesis
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AP Biology Review: Mendel and the Gene Idea
AP Biology Review: DNA and Replication
AP Biology Review: Evolution
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AP Biology Review: Human Anatomy and Physiology
AP Biology Review: Animal Behavior
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