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3 rd 9 weeks Benchmark Review Topics OMHS Honors Biology
Test # 1 – Classification, Taxonomy, Bacteria & Viruses Writing scientific names Order of taxa from most inclusive to least inclusive Differences between bacteria & protists
Test # 1 Continued Determining evolutionary relationships Viral structure Bacterial cell structure Cell wall composition
Test # 1 Continued Bacterial Environments General Characteristics of: –Kingdom Archaebacteria –Kingdom Eubacteria –Kingdom Protista –Kingdom Fungi
Test # 2 - Evolution Evolutionary theory scientists Natural Selection Natural Selection v. Evolution
Test # 2 Continued Evidence that supports evolution Comparative Anatomy Individuals v. Populations
Test # 2 Continued Causes of evolutionary change Earliest fossils Oxygen in atmosphere
Test # 2 Continued Causes of extinction Human species
Test # 3 – Evolutionary History How mutations affect organisms & populations Advantages to life on land for plants & animals Vascular tissue & cuticle
Test # 3 Continued Importance of exoskeleton First group to lay waterproof eggs Amphibians v. Reptiles –Skin, reproduction, habitat, breathin
Test # 3 Continued Ancestors of land plants Why pollen & seeds Gymnosperms v. Angiosperms
Test # 3 Continued Parts of a flower
What Is A Seed?.
BIOLOGY JEOPARDY Kingdoms Review.
How do Scientists Classify Organisms?
Which type of plant is most closely related to flowering plants?
Biology Chapter 18 Test Review B
Georgia Performance Standards:
Ch 18- Classification Why do biologists organize living organisms into groups that have biological meaning? Study the diversity of life Use classification.
Classification. Taxonomy Science of grouping organisms according to their presumed natural relationships Artificial May change with new evidence.
Chapter 4- The Organization of Life
Chapter 17 Classification of Organisms.
Chapter 18 – Classification
Environmental Science Chapter 4: The Organization of Life
Biology and the Tree of Life Chapter One. Key Concepts Organisms obtain and use energy are made up of cells, process information, replicate, and as populations.
Classification of Living Things Biology Chapter 19 Taxonomy and Kingdoms 1.
Modern Evolutionary Classification
OBSERVING VARIATION (1) Variation exists in living populations. (2) Some variations are helpful and increase life span. (3) Some variations are harmful.
CLASSIFICATION OF SPECIES 1. What is taxonomy? Who developed the system? How does the system work? What are these groups called? The scientific system.
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