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1 Ch 18 Review Why? Oh, why? Bonus questions are worth more….but wrong answers will cost you! With no risk, you get no reward.

2 Linnaeus classified organisms based on similarities of their 1.Homologous proteins 2.Genes 3.Morphology 4.Embryology

3 The second part of a scientific name is unique to each 1.Order it its class. 2.Genus in its family. 3.Family in its order. 4.Species in its genus.

4 A group of related classes of organisms make up a 1.Genus 2.Order 3.Phylum 4.Kingdom

5 Has hair, produces milk, gives birth to live young. 1.Fish 2.Amphibians 3.Reptiles 4.Birds 5.Mammals 6.Dinosaurs 7.Invertebrates

6 The Kingdom Animalia is divided into phyla. These phyla are then divided into 1.Classes 2.Divisions 3.Species 4.Genera

7 Classifying organisms according to their presumed evolutionary history is called a 1.5-kingdom approach 2.Morphological classification 3.Evolutionary classification 4.Three domain approach

8 The Kingdom Protista includes 1.Algae 2.Bacteria 3.Plants 4.Mushrooms

9 Aristotle recognized two kingdoms: 1.Bacteria & Animals 2.Plants & Fungi 3.Protists & Animals 4.Plants & Animals

10 Some protists (K. Protista) are similar to plants in that they 1.Carry out photosynthesis. 2.Are able to swim. 3.Ingest nutrients. 4.Are unicellular.

11 The baboons Papio annubis and Papio cynocephalus do NOT belong to the same: 1.Class 2.Family 3.Genus 4.Species

12 What do scientists consider when they perform cladistic analysis? 1.Only the DNA of organisms. 2.All traits of organisms. 3.Characters that are evolutionary innovations. 4.Only physical similarities.

13 In which state was Mr. West born? 1.Missouri 2.Kentucky 3.Michigan 4.Illinois 5.Florida 6.Washington 7.Hawaii 8.Colorado 9.New Hampshire 10.Rhode Island

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15 The domain that includes the kingdom Eubacteria is 1.Bacteria 2.Eukarya 3.Archaea 4.Fungi

16 Covered in feathers, warm-blooded, have wings. 1.Fish 2.Amphibians 3.Reptiles 4.Birds 5.Mammals 6.Dinosaurs 7.Invertebrates

17 Organisms in the kingdoms Eubacteria and Archaebacteria were previously grouped in the kingdom 1.Animalia 2.Monera 3.Fungi 4.Eukarya

18 Panthero leo and tigris belong to the same genus. 1.Panthero 2.Lynx 3.Leo 4.Tigris

19 The use of a two-part name is called 1.Cladistics 2.Evolutionary classification 3.Taxonomy 4.Binomial nomenclature

20 In Linnaeus’ system of classification, the two smallest categories are 1.Genus and Species 2.Class and Order 3.Family and Genus 4.Kingdom and Domain

21 The domain contains plants, fungi, protists, and animals. 1.Archaea 2.Eukarya 3.Bacteria 4.Protista 5.Monera

22 The six kingdoms of life include Eubacteria, Archaebacteria, Fungi, Plantae, and 1.Monera, Plantae, Animalia 2.Protista, Monera 3.Protista, Animalia 4.Monera, Animalia

23 Before Linnaeus, scientific names were problematic because they were 1.Very long and difficult to standardize 2.Written only in Greek 3.Too brief to be descriptive 4.Written only in Latin

24 Sometimes, organisms that are not closely related look similar because of 1.Molecular clocks 2.Reclassification 3.Mutations 4.Convergent evolution

25 The domain that contains unicellular organisms that live in extreme environments is 1.Eukarya 2.Bacteria 3.Eubacteria 4.Archaea

26 Which one is Mr. West? A BC D E

27 Which one of these fine looking dudes is Mr. West? A.This awesome dude. B.This equally awesome dude. C.No, it is this cool dude. D.No way! This way cool dude. E.It has to be this way cool and awesome dude. Just look at him….this is Mr. West…really!

28 Which one is Mr. West? A BC D E

29 When was that picture taken? 1.1971 2.1979 3.1982 4.1985 5.1987 6.1989 7.1990 8.1991 9.1992

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31 Animals that are warm-blooded, have body hair, and produce milk for their young are grouped in the class 1.Aves (birds) 2.Reptilia 3.Amphibia 4.Mammalia

32 What does a cladistic analysis show about organisms? 1.The order in which derived characters evolved 2.The general fitness of the organisms analyzed 3.The relative importance of each derived character 4.All traits of each organism analyzed

33 Traditional (really old) classifications tended to take into account primarily 1.General similarities in appearance 2.Extinct organisms 3.DNA similarities 4.RNA similarities

34 Covered in scales, have dry skin, lay eggs. 1.Fish 2.Amphibians 3.Reptiles 4.Birds 5.Mammals 6.Dinosaurs 7.Invertebrates

35 Some scientists propose that the K. Protista should be broken up into several kingdoms. Which of these statements supports this idea? 1.Protista contains very diverse organisms that do not fit into the other kingdoms. 2.Protists are the most numerous on Earth. 3.Protists are all very similar and easy to confuse. 4.Protista evolved before any other kingdom.

36 All organisms in the kingdoms Protista, Plantae, Fungi, and Animalia are 1.Eukaryotes 2.Photosynthetic organisms 3.Prokaryotes 4.Multicellular organisms 5.Unicellular 6.Heterotrophic 7.Autotrophic 8.Cubs fans

37 What does the presence of similar genes in very dissimilar organisms imply? 1.The organisms do not share a common ancestor. 2.The organisms share a common ancestor. 3.The genes were produced by different selection pressures. 4.The genes became identical through mutation.

38 An analysis of derived characters is used to generate a 1.Family tree based on DNA structure. 2.A phylogenetic tree. 3.A cladogram. 4.A family tree based on external morphology.

39 In an evolutionary classification scheme, species within one genus should 1.Be more similar to each other than they are to other species. 2.Have identical genes. 3.Not be similar in appearance. 4.Be limited to species that can interbreed.

40 The most general and largest category in Linnaeus’ system is 1.The phylum. 2.The genus. 3.The domain. 4.The kingdom.

41 Lay many eggs, “breathe” water, scales. 1.Fish 2.Amphibians 3.Reptiles 4.Birds 5.Mammals 6.Dinosaurs 7.Invertebrates

42 A murder is condemned to death & has to choose between 4 rooms. The 1 st is full of raging fires, the 2 nd of assassins with loaded guns, the 3 rd full of venomous snakes, & the fourth filled with lions that haven’t eaten in 3 years. Which room is safest for him? A.Fires B.Assassins C.Snakes D.Lions E.The bathroom

43 Who was Luke’s father? A.C3PO B.Darth Vader C.Chewbacca D.Han Solo E.Jabba the Hutt F.Yoda G.Qui-Gon Jinn

44 Where is Princess Leia from? A.Janson B.Dodoona C.Tatooine D.Coruscant E.Alderaan F.Banthas Bonus

45 Who is this? SHHH… don’t say it out loud!

46 Who was that? A.Jango Fett B.Darth Vader C.Han Solo D.Darth Maul E.Boba Fett F.Obi Wan G.R2D2

47 Which school did Mr. West graduate from? A.Belleville West B.SIUE C.McKendree D.SIUC E.U of I Champaign F.The school of hard knocks G.Dairy Queen University

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