1) A major group of organisms, that are, in general, multicellular, capable of locomotion and responsive to their environment, and feed by consuming other organisms. a) Eubacteria b) Archaebacteria c) Animalia d) Protista e) Fungi f) Plantae 2) This is an organism that obtains its energy from inorganic substances or from the sun. a) Primary consumer b) secondary consumer c) autotroph d) heterotroph e) scavenger f) detrivore 3) One celled organisms that reproduce by fission a) protista b) bacteria c) virus d) yeast e) plant f) animal 4) This is the structural and functional unit of all living organisms, and are sometimes called the "building blocks of life." a) DNA b) RNA c) organelle d) nucleus e) protein f) cell 5) This is a diagram which shows the evolutionary relationships among groups of organisms. a) cladogram b) tree of life c) binomial nomenclature d) taxonomy e) pedigree f) Kingdom system 6) Placing an organism in sets of categories based on its characteristics. a) tree of life b) taxonomy c) pedigree d) classification e) cladogram f) phylogenetic tree 7) This is the descent of different species from a common species over many generations. a) fittest ancestor b) relative c) most recent ancestor d) common ancestor e) phylogeny f) pedigree 8) In evolution, ________ describes the appearance of new species from ancestors. Species which share ancestors are said to have a common ______. a) descent b) taxonomy c) classification d) relative e) phylogeny f) pedigree 9) In the new system of classification, this is the broadest level of classification. A higher rank than kingdom in the old classification system. a) Domain b) Kingdom c) phylum d) Order e) Genus f) Family 10) Prokaryotic, ancient evolutionary history, live in extreme environments. Called extremophiles. a) Domain bacteria b) Domain Archae c) Domain Eukarya d) Animalia e) Protista f) Fungi 11) This is a domain of prokaryotic cells possessing diacyl glycerol diester lipids in their membranes, a) Domain bacteria b) Domain Archae c) Domain Eukarya d) Animalia e) Protista f) Fungi 12) This is the domain containing all organisms with eukaryotic cells. a) Domain bacteria b) Domain Archae c) Domain Eukarya d) Animalia e) Protista f) Fungi 13) This is the kingdom of unicellular prokaryotes that have cell walls with peptidoglycan. a) Animalia b) Eubacteria c) Archaebacteria d) Protista e) Fungi f) Plantae 14) These are cells where the genetic material is contained in membrane-bound nuclei. a) Eukaryote b) Prokaryote c) Animalia d) Protista e) Fungi f) Plantae 15) This is a change in the genetic makeup of a population or species over time. a) phylogeny b) cladistics c) natural selection d) adaptation e) evolution f) artificial selection 16) d This is the chronicle of evolution over millions of years of geologic time engraved in the order which fossils appear in rock strata. a) ancestor b) natural selection c) common ancestor d) fossil record e) molecular clock f) artificial selection 17) This is the kingdom of heterotrophs that obtain energy and nutrients from dead and decaying organic matter a) Animalia b) Plantae c) Fungi d) Protista e) Eubacteria f) Archaebacteria 18) This is an organism that relies on complex organic substances for nutrition. a) Autotroph b) Heterotroph c) Producer d) scavenger e) detrivore f) decomposer 19) An organism that harbors a parasite, mutual partner, or commensal partner, typically providing nourishment and shelter. a) parasite b) host c) symbiosis d) ancestor e) common ancestor f) decomposer 20) This is the evolutionary history of a species or group of related species. a) taxonomy b) pedigree c) phylogeny d) cladogram e) domain f) kingdom





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