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Question Answer A-100 ANSWER: The science of describing, naming, and classifying organisms. QUESTION: What is taxonomy?
Question Answer A-200 ANSWER: The two-part naming system which uses the genus name and species identifier. (Example: Homo sapiens) QUESTION: What is binomial nomenclature?
Question Answer A-300 ANSWER: The category of our current system of classification that is more specific than class but broader than family. QUESTION: What is the order?
Question Answer A-400 ANSWER: A diagram which shows the relationship of organisms and is similar to a family tree. QUESTION: What is a phylogenetic diagram?
Question Answer A-500 ANSWER: A feature that evolved only within a group under consideration that can be used to group organisms in a clade. QUESTION: What is a derived character?
Question Answer ANSWER: The three domains of life. QUESTION: What are Domain Bacteria, Domain Arachaea, and Domain Eukarya? B-100
Question Answer B-200 ANSWER: The organisms in the Domain Archaea are most closely related to the organisms in this domain. QUESTION: What is the Domain Eukarya?
Question Answer B-300 ANSWER: The kingdom you belong in. QUESTION: What is Kingdom Animalia?
Question Answer B-400 ANSWER: The organisms in this kingdom are eukaryotes that are mostly autotrophic and photosynthetic. QUESTION: What is Kingdom Plantae?
Question Answer B-500 ANSWER: The organisms in this kingdom are classified according to what they are NOT. QUESTION: What is the Kingdom Protista?
Question Answer C-100 ANSWER: The organisms in this group are named for the methane gas they create from the conversion of hydrogen and carbon dioxide gases. QUESTION: What are the methanogens?
Question Answer C-200 ANSWER: The organisms in this group are named for the Greek word for salt- loving. QUESTION: What are the halophiles?
Question Answer C-300 ANSWER: The organisms from this group can be found in environments with a high temperature and low pH. QUESTION: What are the thermoacidophiles?
Question Answer C-400 ANSWER: Organisms in the domain Archaea have pieces of DNA that do not code for amino acids, also known as this. QUESTION: What are introns?
Question Answer C-500 ANSWER: Bacteria in the Domain Archaea lack this compound in their cell walls. QUESTION: What is peptidoglycan?
Question Answer D-100 ANSWER: Bacteria that are spiral- shaped are in this group. QUESTION: What is spirilla?
Question Answer D-200 ANSWER: Bacteria can be grouped according to their cell wall using this laboratory technique. QUESTION: What is gram staining?
Question Answer D-300 ANSWER: Bacteria can be grouped according to this type of genetic information. QUESTION: What is rRNA?
Question Answer D-400 ANSWER: Bacteria that are nitrogen- fixing do this. QUESTION: What is convert nitrogen gas in the atmosphere into a more useful form (such as ammonia)?
Question Answer D-500 ANSWER: Bacteria that are considered to be actinomycetes can be used to create these. QUESTION: What are antibiotics?
Question Answer E-100 ANSWER: This structure of bacteria protects the cell and gives it shape. QUESTION: What is the cell wall?
Question Answer E-200 ANSWER: The flagellum can be used for this function. QUESTION: What is movement?
Question Answer E-300 ANSWER: Plasmids consist of this genetic material. QUESTION: What are small, circular, self-replicating loops of double-stranded DNA?
Question Answer E-400 ANSWER: The capsule of bacteria is made of this sticky sugar. QUESTION: What is glycocalyx?
Question Answer E-500 ANSWER: Photosynthetic bacteria have thylakoids in their inner membrane which do this. QUESTION: What is trap light energy?
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Taking a Closer Look at Kingdom Eubacteria, Archaea and Viruses Objectives: 1. Compare and contrast Eubacteria, Archaea and Viruses 2. Explain why viruses.
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Taxonomy The science of naming organisms.. Aristotle Plant or animal? If an animal, does it –Fly –Swim –Crawl Simple classifications Used common names.
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Chapter Intro-page 442 What Youll Learn You will identify and compare various methods of classification. You will distinguish among six kingdoms of organisms.
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