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1 Kingdoms Review

2 Bacteria & Viruses Protists & Fungi PlantsAnimalsMiscellaneous

3 Bacteria & Viruses 100 a) Is the following a bacterium or virus? b) Label: Answer

4 Bacteria & Viruses 200 a) Is the following a bacterium or virus? b) Label: Answer

5 Bacteria & Viruses 300 Contrast antibiotics and vaccines. Answer

6 Bacteria & Viruses 400 What are the three shapes of bacteria? Answer

7 Bacteria & Viruses 500 a) What places an organism in a bacteria kingdom? b) Which bacterial kingdom consists of organisms that generally live in extreme environments, such as volcanic and deep-sea vents? Answer

8 Protists & Fungi 100 What characteristics place an organism in the Protist Kingdom? Answer

9 Protists & Fungi 200 What characteristics place an organism in the Fungi Kingdom? Answer

10 Protists & Fungi 300 Compare and contrast an amoeba and paramecium. Answer

11 Protists & Fungi 400 Why are fungi considered heterotrophs? Answer

12 Protists & Fungi 500 Why are some protists: a) considered animal-like, but not in the animal kingdom? b) considered plant-like, but not in the plant kingdom? c) considered fungi-like, but not in the fungi kingdom? Answer

13 Plants 100 What characteriscts place an organism into the plant kingdom? Answer

14 Plants 200 a) Which came first, bryophytes or tracheophyes? b) Evidence? Answer

15 Plants 300 a) Label: b) Which are the female reproductive parts? c) Which are the male reproductive parts? Answer

16 Plants 400 a) Contrast angiosperms and gymnosperms. b) Give an example of each. Answer

17 Plants 500 Describe vascular tissue. Include the two types (and the function of each). Answer

18 Animals 100 What characteristics place an organism in the Animal Kingdom? Answer

19 Animals 200 Contrast invertebrates and vertebrates. Include an example of each. Answer

20 Animals 300 Contrast the three types of mammals and give an example of each. Answer

21 Animals 400 Why are reptiles considered the first true land animals? Describe the importance of the amniotic egg. Answer

22 Animals 500 Contrast ectotherms and endotherms. Give an example of each. Answer

23 MISC 100 Put the taxonomic categories in order, from largest to smallest. Answer

24 MISC 200 Which of the following scientific names is written correctly? a) Ursus Americanus b) ursus americanus c) ursus Americanus d) Ursus americanus Answer

25 MISC 300 a) Which kingdoms are prokaryotic? b) Which kingdoms are eukaryotic? Answer

26 MISC 400 a) How are mammals different from other vertebrates? Answer

27 MISC 500 How do bacteria reproduce? Answer

28 Bacteria & Viruses Answer a) Virus b) A = Protein Capsid (coat) B = Tail C = Genetic material (DNA/RNA) D = Tail fibers Game Board

29 Bacteria & Viruses Answer a) Bacterium b) A = cell wall B = cell membrane C = ribosome D = pili E = genetic material (chromosomes) F = flagella Game Board

30 Bacteria & Viruses Answer Antibiotics kill bacteria and are taken after someone has a bacterial infection. Vaccines prevent viral infections and are given before someone contracts a viral infection. Game Board

31 Bacteria & Viruses Answer 1. Cocci (sphere shaped) 2. Bacilli (rod-shaped) 3. Spirilla (spiral-shaped) Game Board

32 Bacteria & Viruses Answer a) unicellular, prokaryote b) Archaebacteria Game Board

33 Protists & Fungi Answer Game Board

34 Protists & Fungi Answer Eukaryotic Heterotrophic Mostly multicellular, some unicellular Cell walls made of chitin Game Board

35 Protists & Fungi 300- Answer Compare: both are unicellular, heterotrophs (animal-like protists) Contrast: Amoebas have pseudopods, but paramecium have cilia. Game Board

36 Protists & Fungi Answer Fungi feed on other organisms (alive and dead). They absorb their food. Since they obtain their food from other sources, rather than make it, they are considered heterotrophs. Game Board

37 Protists & Fungi Answer a) Animal-like: heterotrophic, but these protists are unicellular b) Plant-like: autotrophic, but these protists are unicellular c) Fungi-like: heterotrophic and decompose their food, but these protists are usually unicellular and their cell walls are not made of chitin. Game Board

38 Plants Answer 1. Eukaryotic 2. Multicellular 3. Autotrophic Game Board

39 Plants Answer a) Bryophytes came first. b) Evidence: very small, no vascular tissue (cannot move water very far) Game Board

40 Plants Answer a) A = sepal, B = flower, C = Pistil, D = Stamen b) Female reproductive parts: C c) Male reproductive parts: D Game Board

41 Plants 400- Answer a) Angiosperms have seeds that are part of fruits. Gymnosperms have seeds that are NOT part of fruits. b) Examples –Angiosperms: Maple Tree, Tulip –Gymnosperms: Pine Tree Game Board

42 Plants Answer Vascular tissue is like the circulatory system of a plant. –Xylem: Conducts water throughout the plant/tree –Phloem: Conducts sugars that the plant makes throughout the plant/tree Game Board

43 Animals Answer 1. Eukaryotic 2. Hetertrophic 3. Multicellular Game Board

44 Animals Answer Invertebrates do not have a backbone. Some have an exoskeleton. –Earthworm, insect, lobster Vertebrates have a backbone (internal skeleton). –Jawless fish, lizard, kangaroo Game Board

45 Animals Answer Marsupials: newborn moves to the mothers pouch (kangaroo) Monotremes: egg-laying mammals (duckbill platypus) Placentals: fetus is attached through an umbilical cord to the mothers placenta for nutrients (horse, dolphin) Game Board

46 Animals Answer Reptiles do not have to return to the water to reproduce. The amniotic egg has its own watery environment protected by a hard shell. Game Board

47 Animals Answer Ectotherms – rely on the external environment to help regulate their temperature –Fish, amphibians, reptiles Endotherms – regulate their own internal temperatures (ex: humans shiver or sweat) –Birds, mammals Game Board

48 MISC Answer Domain Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species Game Board

49 MISC Answer d) Ursus americanus Game Board

50 MISC Answer a) Prokaryotic Kingdoms: Archaebacteria, Eubacteria b) Eukaryotic Kingdoms: Protist, Fungi, Plant, Animal Game Board

51 MISC Answer Mammals have hair, produce milk Game Board

52 MISC Answer Bacteria reproduce through binary fission. It is a type of asexual reproduction. One bacterium splits into two. Game Board

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