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Jeopardy Vocabulary Systems of Classification Levels of Classification Changing Classification Systems More Classification Facts Metric System 100 200 300 400 500 Final Jeopardy
Vocabulary 100 The systematic grouping of different types of organisms by their shared traits. What is classification?
Vocabulary 200 This what taxonomists do. What is classify and name organisms? When new species are found, they are classified according to their traits, using the seven levels of classification.
Vocabulary 300 The first part of a binomial name that groups together closely related species. What is genus?
Vocabulary 400 The two-part naming system used to identify species. What is binomial nomenclature?
Vocabulary 500 What are Eukaryotic cells? This type of unicellular has a nucleus.
Systems of Classification 100 The more closely related two organisms are: A.the more similar their habitats B.the more similar their appearance C.the more recently they came from different ancestors D.the more recently they came from a common ancestor What is D, the more recently they came from a common ancestor?
Systems of Classification 200 Even if a scientist is unfamiliar with the caracal, its classification in the genus Felis would help her know many of its ____________. What are traits?
Systems of Classification 300 The number of groups of organisms as described by Aristotle and Linnaeus. What is two (large groups)?
Systems of Classification 400 What is a trait? A feature that can be used to tell two species apart.
Systems of Classification 500 Examples of the two types of evidence that taxonomists use to classify organisms. What are physical evidence, ( bone structure, color, size, how it obtains food) and genetic evidence (DNA)?
Levels of Classification 100 The names of the taxons of our current classification system. What is Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species?
Levels of Classification 200 Species that are closely related share this part of their name. What is genus (Genus species)?
Levels of Classification 300 Every question on a dichotomous key has this many choices. What is two?
Levels of Classification 400 Multicellular eukaryotes that get their food by eating other organisms. What are animalia?
Levels of Classification 500 The number of kingdoms and their names. What is six; animalia, plantae, fungi, protista, archaea, and bacteria?
Changing Classification Systems 100 The three divisions in a classification based on different types of cells. What are the domains: bacteria, archaea, and eukarya.
Changing Classification Systems 200 What cellular traits do organisms A, B and E have in common? What is they are multicellular, and their cells have a nucleus?
Changing Classification Systems 300 Scientists changed this after comparing the DNA of the red panda and the giant panda, when scientists discovered that the red panda was more closely related to the raccoon and that the giant panda was more closely related to the bear. What is classification?
Changing Classification Systems 400 According to some scientists, which kingdom should be split into several kingdoms, because the organisms in it are so varied? What is protista?
Changing Classification Systems 500 Three differences between plants and animals. What is plants make their own food, plant cells have a cell wall, and plants do not walk or fly?
Random Facts 100 The binomial nomenclature classification of Moby (if he could name himself). What is Robotacus mobilicious.
More Classification Facts 200 Two tools that scientists use to identify unknown organisms. What are a dichotomous key and a field guide?
More Classification Facts 300 This unicellular organism has no nucleus and scientists think that it is the cause of some diseases in humans. What is bacteria?
More Classification Facts 400 This is why taxonomy is important. What is taxonomy is important because scientists need a system for organizing, identifying, and naming organisms, and for communicating about them.
More Classification Facts 500 Classify each of the organisms in the figure to the right into the correct kingdom. A. Fungi; B. Animalia; C. Protista ; D. Bacteria; E. Plantae
Metric system 100 Kg in 1000 grams. What is 1 Kilogram?
Metric system 200 Units of density (use cm 3 and grams) What is g/ cm 3 ?
Metric system 300 Another name.001 second. What is a millisecond?
Metric system 400 Five thousand meters. What are five kilometers?
Metric system 500 The name for one billionth of a meter What is a nanometer?
Final Jeopardy Use the chart (click here) to define the three domains. Include three rows with the following headings: Kingdoms included, Nucleus, and Number of cells that make up an organism.(click here) Then write a short paragraph that describes one other distinguishing trait of organisms in each domain.
Final Jeopardy Fill in the chart below: Domain Kingdoms included Nucleus? Number of cells that make up an organism BACK
DomainBacteriaArchaeaEukarya Kingdoms included BacteriaArchaeaProtists, Plantae, Fungi, Animalia NucleusNo Nucleus No nucleusNucleus Number of cells Unicellular Mostly multicellular (Cont.)
Final Jeopardy Answer (cont.) The cell structure of organisms within the Archaea is different from the cell structure of organisms in the other two domains. Some Archaea live in extreme environments. Bacteria live nearly everywhere, and include organisms that cause diseases. Eukarya are generally more complex than organisms in the other two domains. Even unicellular protists are more complex cells than Archaea or bacteria cells.