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Where are monerans found?
This is a common type of Moneran
Name a disease that is caused by a moneran.
Strep Throat, Whooping Cough, Meningitis, Bubonic Plague, Ect.
How big are monerans?
Smallest, invisible to the Human eye.
What important function does Bacteria have in an ecosystem?
Decompose dead organisms
Name a common type of protist.
Paramecium, Euglena, Amoeba, Diatom, or Spirogyra.
What is the function of cilia on a paramecium?
To move the paramecium.
What is the name of the whip-like tail found on the Euglena?
What can many protozoa do that other Microorganisms cannot do?
Move by themselves.
Where is the common location for protists to grow?
Where does fungus usually grow?
On other organisms.
How does fungus compare in size to bacteria?
Fungus is larger.
Name a disease caused by fungi?
Thrush, Ringworm, Athletes Foot, St. Anthonys Fire
How does adding yeast change bread dough?
Bubbles of gas form in the dough.
What did fungus do to the bread in our class?
It began to grow mold and break down (decompose) the Bread.
What two types of microorganisms cause the most illnesses in humans?
Viruses and Bacteria.
What is the main purpose of a virus?
Name a disease caused by viruses.
Polio, Mumps, Flu, Chicken Pox, AIDS, Measles, Small Pox, Etc.
Explain the reproduction cycle of a virus.
Attaches to a cell, releases its hereditary Material, the hereditary material is Replicated, new viruses are made, and The new viruses are released from the cell.
How can viruses be prevented.
By having good hygiene, Washing hands, and being safe.
How many variable should a Good experiment have?
A scientist wonders if a certain Bacteria can survive being frozen. Name a correct hypothesis.
If bacteria are frozen, then They will die.
What have experiments shown Scientists about the cause of Disease?
Microorganisms cause many diseases.
Katie wants to see if apples that are Kept cold will rot or stay edible. She Places an apple in the refrigerator and Records the date. What should she Use as a control?
Another apple should be places in a warm Place for the same length of time.
Ben notices the milk he poured on his Breakfast cereal is lumpy and tastes sour. What inference should Ben make?
The milk is old or has been left in a Warm place.
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