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1 Biology Chapter 18 Test Review B $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100$100$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Topic 1Topic 2Topic 3Topic 4 Topic 5 FINAL ROUND

2 Topic 1: $100 Question Evidence shows that very little dissimilar organisms, such as yeasts and humans, have some genes in common, indicating that they share a common _________. a. ancestor b. family c. class d. genus BACK TO GAME ANSWER

3 Topic 1: $100 Answer Evidence shows that very little dissimilar organisms, such as yeasts and humans, have some genes in common, indicating that they share a common _________. a. ancestor b. family c. class d. genus BACK TO GAME

4 Topic 1: $200 Question The six kingdoms of life include bacteria that have cell walls with peptidoglycan, bacteria that have cell walls without peptidoglycan, protists, fungi, animals, and ________ a. minerals b. plants c. Igneous rocks d. Sedimentary rocks BACK TO GAME ANSWER

5 Topic 1: $200 Answer The six kingdoms of life include bacteria that have cell walls with peptidoglycan, bacteria that have cell walls without peptidoglycan, protists, fungi, animals, and ________ a. minerals b. plants c. Igneous rocks d. Sedimentary rocks BACK TO GAME

6 Topic 1: $300 Question Often, the second part of a scientific name is a. a Latinized description of a particular trait. b. the same as for the members of the same genus. c. capitalized if it derives from a proper name. d. different in different locations. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

7 Topic 1: $300 Answer Often, the second part of a scientific name is a. a Latinized description of a particular trait. b. the same as for the members of the same genus. c. capitalized if it derives from a proper name. d. different in different locations. BACK TO GAME

8 Topic 1: $400 Question Scientists assign each type of organism a universally accepted name in the system known as a. the three domains b. cladistics c. binomial nomenclature d. traditional classification BACK TO GAME ANSWER

9 Topic 1: $400 Answer Scientists assign each type of organism a universally accepted name in the system known as a. the three domains b. cladistics c. binomial nomenclature d. traditional classification BACK TO GAME

10 Topic 1: $500 Question In an evolutionary classification scheme, species within one genus should a. be more similar to one another than they are to species in other genera. b. have identical genes. c. not be similar in appearance. d. be limited to species that cannot interbreed. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

11 Topic 1: $500 Answer In an evolutionary classification scheme, species within one genus should a. be more similar to one another than they are to species in other genera. b. have identical genes. c. not be similar in appearance. d. be limited to species that cannot interbreed. BACK TO GAME

12 Topic 2: $100 Question Traditional classifications tended to take into account primarily a. extinct organisms b. DNA similarities. c. RNA similarities. d. general similarities in appearance. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

13 Topic 2: $100 Answer Traditional classifications tended to take into account primarily a. extinct organisms b. DNA similarities. c. RNA similarities. d. general similarities in appearance. BACK TO GAME

14 Topic 2: $200 Question Animals that are warm-blooded, have body hair, and produce milk for their young are grouped in the class a. Amphibia b. Mammalia c. Aves d. Reptilia BACK TO GAME ANSWER

15 Topic 2: $200 Answer Animals that are warm-blooded, have body hair, and produce milk for their young are grouped in the class a. Amphibia b. Mammalia c. Aves d. Reptilia BACK TO GAME

16 Topic 2: $300 Question What does a cladistic analysis show about organisms? a. the relative importance of each derived character b. the order in which derived characters evolved c. the general fitness of the organisms analyzed d. all traits of each organism analyzed BACK TO GAME ANSWER

17 Topic 2: $300 Answer What does a cladistic analysis show about organisms? a. the relative importance of each derived character b. the order in which derived characters evolved. c. the general fitness of the organisms analyzed d. all traits of each organism analyzed BACK TO GAME

18 Topic 2: $400 Question Similar genes are evidence of a. binomial nomenclature b. mutations c. different anatomy d. common ancestry BACK TO GAME ANSWER

19 Topic 2: $400 Answer Similar genes are evidence of a. binomial nomenclature b. mutations c. different anatomy d. common ancestry BACK TO GAME

20 Topic 2: $500 Question What do scientists consider when they perform a cladistic analysis? a. only the RNA of organisms b. all traits of organisms c. derived characters d. only physical similarities BACK TO GAME ANSWER

21 Topic 2: $500 Answer What do scientists consider when they perform a cladistic analysis? a. only the RNA of organisms b. all traits of organisms c. derived characters d. only physical similarities BACK TO GAME

22 Topic 3: $100 Question What is true about dissimilar organisms such as a cow and a yeast? a. They are not related at all. b. They can interbreed and thus are the same species. c. Their degree of relatedness cannot be evaluated. d. Their degree of relatedness can be determined from their genes. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

23 Topic 3: $100 Answer What is true about dissimilar organisms such as a cow and a yeast? a. They are not related at all. b. They can interbreed and thus are the same species. c. Their degree of relatedness cannot be evaluated. d. Their degree of relatedness can be determined from their genes. BACK TO GAME

24 Topic 3: $200 Question The procedure of grouping organisms based on their evolutionary history is called a. traditional classification. b. binomial nomenclature. c. derived characters. d. evolutionary classification. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

25 Topic 3: $200 Answer The procedure of grouping organisms based on their evolutionary history is called a. traditional classification. b. binomial nomenclature. c. derived characters. d. evolutionary classification BACK TO GAME

26 Topic 3: $300 Question An analysis of derived characters is used to generate a a. Pedigree based on external appearance b. Pedigree based on DNA structure. c. cladogram d. traditional classification system. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

27 Topic 3: $300 Answer An analysis of derived characters is used to generate a a. Pedigree based on external appearance b. Pedigree based on DNA structure. c. cladogram d. traditional classification system. BACK TO GAME

28 Topic 3: $400 Question The three-domain system recognizes fundamental differences between two groups of a. prokaryotes b. eukaryotes c. protists d. multicellular organisms BACK TO GAME ANSWER

29 Topic 3: $400 Answer The three-domain system recognizes fundamental differences between two groups of a. prokaryotes b. eukaryotes c. protists d. multicellular organisms BACK TO GAME

30 Topic 3: $500 Question All organisms in the kingdom Protists, Plantae, Fungi, and Animalia are a. Multicellular organisms b. Photosynthetic organisms c. prokaryotes d. eukaryotes BACK TO GAME ANSWER

31 Topic 3: $500 Answer All organisms in the kingdom Protista, Plantae, Fungi, and Animalia are a. Multicellular organisms b. Photosynthetic organisms c. prokaryotes d. eukaryotes BACK TO GAME

32 Topic 4: $100 Question Some scientists propose that the kingdom Protista should be broken up into several kingdoms. Which of these statements accurately supports this idea? a. Protists are all very similar and easy to confuse. b. Protista contains very diverse organisms that do not fit into the other kingdoms. c. Protists are the most numerous organisms on Earth. d. Protista evolved before any other kingdom. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

33 Topic 4: $100 Answer Some scientists propose that the kingdom Protista should be broken up into several kingdoms. Which of these statements accurately supports this idea? a. Protists are all very similar and easy to confuse. b. Protista contains very diverse organisms that do not fit into the other kingdoms. c. Protists are the most numerous organisms on Earth. d. Protista evolved before any other kingdom. BACK TO GAME

34 Topic 4: $200 Question What kingdoms composed the three- kingdom classification system used by scientists in the late 1800s? a. animals, plants, fungi b. animals, plants, bacteria c. animals, fungi, protists d. animals, plants, protists BACK TO GAME ANSWER

35 Topic 4: $200 Answer What kingdoms composed the three- kingdom classification system used by scientists in the late 1800s? a. animals, plants, fungi b. animals, plants, bacteria c. animals, fungi, protists d. animals, plants, protists BACK TO GAME

36 Topic 4: $300 Question Which of the kingdoms in the six-kingdom system of classification was once grouped with plants? a. Animalia b. Carnivores c. Fungi d. Protista BACK TO GAME ANSWER

37 Topic 4: $300 Answer Which of the kingdoms in the six-kingdom system of classification was once grouped with plants? a. Animalia b. Carnivores c. Fungi d. Protista BACK TO GAME

38 Topic 4: $400 Question The two domains composed of only unicellular organisms are a. Archea and Bacteria. b. Archea and Eukarya. c. Eukarya and Bacteria. d. Eubacteria and Archea. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

39 Topic 4: $400 Answer The two domains composed of only unicellular organisms are a. Archea and Bacteria b. Archea and Eukarya. c. Eukarya and Bacteria. d. Eubacteria and Archea. BACK TO GAME

40 Topic 4: $500 Question For many species, there are often regional differences in their a. common names b. scientific names c. taxa d. binomial nomenclature BACK TO GAME ANSWER

41 Topic 4: $500 Answer For many species, there are often regional differences in their a. common names b. scientific names c. taxa d. binomial nomenclature BACK TO GAME

42 Graphic Question: $100 Question In the scientific version of a species name, which of the terms is capitalized? a. the first term only. b. the second term only. c. both the first and second terms. d. neither the first nor the second term. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

43 Topic 5: $100 Answer In the scientific version of a species name, which of the terms is capitalized? a. the first term only b. the second term only. c. both the first and second terms. d. neither the first nor the second term. BACK TO GAME

44 Topic 5: $200 Question Based on their names, you know that the baboons Papio annubis and Papio cyanocephalus do NOT belong to the same a. class b. species c. genus d. family BACK TO GAME ANSWER

45 Topic 5: $200 Answer Based on their names, you know that the baboons Papio annubis and Papio cyanocephalus do NOT belong to the same a. class b. species c. genus d. family BACK TO GAME

46 Topic 5: $300 Question In Linnaeus’s system of classification, how many taxonomic categories were there? a. one b. two c. five d. seven BACK TO GAME ANSWER

47 Topic 5: $300 Answer In Linnaeus’s system of classification, how many taxonomic categories were there? a. one b. two c. five d. seven BACK TO GAME

48 Topic 5: $400 Question The second part of a scientific name is unique to each a. order in its class b. family in its order c. genus in its family d. species in its genus BACK TO GAME ANSWER

49 Topic 5: $400 Answer The second part of a scientific name is unique to each a. order in its class b. family in its order c. genus in its family d. species in its genus BACK TO GAME

50 Topic 5: $500 Question In cladistic analysis, a characteristic that arises as a lineage of organisms evolves over time is called a(an)________. a. derived character b. an appendage c. body structure d. advantage BACK TO GAME ANSWER

51 Topic 5: $500 Answer In cladistic analysis, a characteristic that arises as a lineage of organisms evolves over time is called a(an)________. a. derived character b. an appendage c. body structure d. advantage BACK TO GAME

52 FINAL ROUND Question In cladistic analysis, a characteristic that arises as a lineage of organisms evolves over time is called a(an) ____________. a. phylum b. homologous structure c. derived character d. vestigial organ BACK TO GAME ANSWER

53 FINAL ROUND Answer In cladistic analysis, a characteristic that arises as a lineage of organisms evolves over time is called a(an) ____________. a. phylum b. homologous structure c. derived character d. vestigial organ BACK TO GAME


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