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2 With your host/hostess, Your classmate Chapter 6 Review Jeopardy

3 Diagram Bacteria Bacteria or fungi “p” words Misc

4 Diagram 100 What does Part A of the diagram show?

5 Diagram 200 What does Part B of the diagram show?

6 Diagram 300 What does Part C of the diagram show?

7 Diagram 400 What types of reproduction are shown in the diagram?

8 Diagram 500 How does this organism obtain food?

9 Bacteria 100 Eubacteria are grouped by their a. age. b. color. c. shape. d. size.

10 Bacteria 200 All of the following are extremophiles except a. endospores. b. halophile. c. methanogens. d. thermacidophiles.

11 Bacteria 300 Bacteria cells have a. a capsid. b. cytoplasm. c. a nucleus. d. a protein coat.

12 Bacteria 400 A structure found on some bacteria that allows them to move is a. a cell wall. b. a flagellum. c. a nucleus. d. a stalk.

13 Bacteria 500 A bacterium covered by a protective outer wall is called a. bacilli. b. cocci. c. an endospore. d. a flagellum.

14 Bacteria or fungi 100 Bacteria are used to make a. butter. b. cheese. c. yogurt. d. butter, cheese and yogurt.

15 Bacteria or fungi 200 A common fungi that grows on bread and fruits is a. amoeba. b. mold. c. paramecium. d. yeast.

16 Bacteria or fungi 300 Bacteria can do all of the following except a. cause plant rot. b. cause food to spoil. c. help make food. d. prevent infection.

17 Bacteria or fungi 400 Colorless, unicellular fungi are called a. yeasts. b. molds. c. algae. d. mushrooms.

18 Bacteria or Fungi 500 Bacteria exist in all of the following shapes except: a. bacilli. b. cocci. c. lumini. d. spirilli.

19 “p” words 100 Plantlike protists that can make their own food are a. protozoans. b. yeasts. c. slime molds. d. algae.

20 “p” words 200 A paramecium moves by tiny hairlike structures called a. rhizoids. b. pseudopods. c. flagella. d. cilia.

21 “p” words 300 Fingerlike projections of cytoplasm used for food-getting and movement are a. spores. b. pseudopods. c. flagella. d. cilia.

22 “p” words 400 All of the following belongs to the Kingdom Protist except a. algae. b. protozoans. c. slime molds. d. yeasts.

23 Daily Double How many points would you like to wager on today’s DAILY DOUBLE???

24 “p” words 500 A unicellular algae that is both plantlike and animal-like is called a. an amoeba. b. an euglena. c. a plankton. d. a trypanosome.

25 Miscellaneous 100 A stalk is a structure found on a. algae. b. mushrooms. c. protozoans. d. yeasts.

26 Miscellaneous 200 The reproductive cells of molds are called a. caps. b. gills. c. rhizoids. d. spores.

27 Miscellaneous 300 Algae can be all of the following except a. brown. b. green. c. colorless. d. red.

28 Miscellaneous 400 Yeasts reproduce by a method of asexual reproduction called a. fermentation. b. sporulation. c. budding. d. pasteurization.

29 Miscellaneous 500 Tiny plants and animals that float near the surface of oceans and lakes are called a. algae. b. fungi. c. molds. d. plankton.

30 Chapter Review Jeopardy THANK YOU for PLAYING!!! Would you like a final Jeopardy question?

31 Final Jeopardy Why is it important for scientists to continue to study bacteria? Scientists are continuing to find the cure to many diseases caused by bacteria and are also discovering other beneficial uses of bacteria.

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