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2 Hosted by Mr. Fillipon

3 MetricsKingdomsCell Parts Classification Hodge-podge Final

4 Category 1 Question 1 What is the Basic unit of Length in the metric system? Meter

5 Category 1 Question 2 What does the prefix Centi- mean? One-Hundredth or 1/100

6 Category 1 Question 3 What is the basic unit of Mass in the metric system? Grams

7 Category 1 Question 4 How many Hectometers Make a Kilometer? 10

8 Category 1 Question 5 How many angstroms are in in one meter? 10 Billion

9 Category 2 Question 1 Name the 6 Kingdoms Of living things. Eubacteria, Archaebacteria, Protists, Fungi, Plants & Animals

10 Category 2 Question 2 Which two kingdoms have Organisms that Photosynthesize? Protist & Plants

11 Category 2 Question 3 What are the 4 kingdoms in The domain Eukarya? Protist, Fungi, Plant & Animal

12 Category 2 Question 4 Which kingdom contains the group vertebrates? Animal

13 Category 2 Question 5 Which kingdoms do not Have cells that contain a Nucleus? Eubacteria & Archaebacteria

14 Category 3 Question 1 What part of the cell Photosynthesizes? Chloroplast

15 Category 3 Question 2 What cell part does a Prokaryotic cell lack? Nucleus

16 Category 3 Question 3 What is the nucleus’ function? The control Center of the cell.

17 Category 3 Question 4 What does the Mitochondria do? Breaks down sugars into energy.

18 Category 3 Question 5 What are two parts of a Plant cell that Animal cells lack? Chloroplast & Cell Wall

19 Category 4 Question 1 What is Classification? The grouping of things according to their characteristics.

20 Category 4 Question 2 What is the Largest classification group? Domain

21 Category 4 Question 3 What is the smallest Classification group? Species

22 Category 4 Question 4 Name the 7 major Classification groups in order from largest to smallest. Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species

23 Category 4 Question 5 How do we give an organism Its scientific name? Use its Genus & Species

24 Category 5 Question 1 What would be the best unit for measuring the distance from here to Canada? Kilometer

25 Category 5 Question 2 What are the 7 steps to the Scientific Method? 1. State the problem 2. Gather information on the problem 3. Form a Hypothesis 4. Test the Hypothesis 5. Record & Analyze Data 6. State the Conclusion 7. Repeat the process

26 Category 5 Question 3 What does D.N.A. stand for? Deoxyribonucleic Acid

27 Category 5 Question 4 List the 7 Characteristics of living things. 1. Made of Cells 2. Respirate (use Oxygen) 3. Use Water 4. Use Energy (Eat) 5. Grow & Develop 6. Respond to Stimuli 7. Reproduce & have offspring that can reproduce

28 Category 5 Question 5 How much wood would a wood chuck chuck if a wood chuck could chuck wood A Wood Chuck would chuck as much wood he could if a wood chuck could chuck wood.

29 Final Question What is a Dichotomous Key? A set of paired statements that give descriptions of organisms. These statements let you rule out certain species based on characteristics.

30 Game OVER Muh Ha Ha Haaa


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