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What is a combination of cell DNA and virus DNA called?. Provirus. 1 point: Plants & Microorganisms. Viruses can adapt to their surroundings. Name 2 other reason viruses may be considered alive. They contain nucleic acid They reproduce They have organization.

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What is a combination of cell DNA and virus DNA called?

Provirus

1 point: Plants & Microorganisms


Viruses can adapt to their surroundings. Name 2 other reason viruses may be considered alive.

They contain nucleic acid

They reproduce

They have organization

1 point: Plants & Microorganisms


Which bacteria can live with or without oxygen?

Facultative anaerobic

1 point: Plants & Microorganisms


Two part question:

What is the diploid stage of a plant’s life called?

What does this stage create and release?

Sporophyte

Spores

1 point: Plants & Microorganisms


Which structure is the main difference between the sac, club, and zygote fungi?

Fruiting body

1 point: Plants & Microorganisms


Two part question:

A) True or False: Bacteria are prokaryotes.

B) Name part D in the diagram.

Answers:

True

Capsule

1 point: Plants & Microorganisms


Name 2 of the 3 categories of plant-like protista.

Euglenoids (Euglena)

Diatoms

Dinoflagellates

1 point: Plants & Microorganisms


Name this bacteria shape. Be sure to hide the answer.

Answer: Cocci

1 point: Plants & Microorganisms


Which virus enzyme allows a retrovirus to create perform transcription backwards?

Reverse transcriptase

1 point: Plants & Microorganisms


Two part question:

A) Name the part of the flower grows into a fruit?

B) Which letter is that part in the diagram?

Answers:

Ovary

Letter E

1 point: Plants & Microorganisms


Name the three main categories of archaebacteria.

Methanogens

Halophiles

Thermophiles

1 point: Plants & Microorganisms


Name the waxy covering found on leaves that prevents water loss.

Cuticle

1 point: Plants & Microorganisms


Two part question:

Name the process where 2 bacteria cells will connect to each other.

Which organelle connects the bacteria during this process?

Conjugation

Pili

1 point: Plants & Microorganisms


Name the two categories of seed-producing and vascular plants.

Gymnosperms & Angiosperms

1 point: Plants & Microorganisms


What is the #1 difference between bacteria and protista?

Bacteria are prokaryotes… Protista are eukaryotes

1 point: Plants & Microorganisms


During which stage of the lytic cycle are proteins joined to make new viruses?

Assembly

1 point: Plants & Microorganisms


Name the system of tubes that transports water upwards…and sugar downwards

Vascular system

1 point: Plants & Microorganisms


In order, name the 5 stages of the lytic cycle.

1) Attachment

2) Entry

3) Replication

4) Assembly

5) Release/ Lyse

1 point: Plants & Microorganisms


Pseudopods help amoeba catch their prey by which process?

Phagocytosis

1 point: Plants & Microorganisms


Two part question:

Mycelium are made from smaller strands called _____.

Identify the smaller strands in the diagram.

Answer:

Hyphae

Letter C

1 point: Plants & Microorganisms


Two part question:

A) Name this body system.

B) The adrenal glands are which letter?

Answers:

Endocrine system

Letter C

2 points: Human body & Classification


Which defense protein causes pathogens to clump together until being destroyed by phagocytes?

Antibodies

2 points: Human body & Classification


Two part question:

A) If a person has type B+ blood, which antigens do they have?

B) Which antibodies do they have?

B and Rh

A

2 points: Human body & Classification


According to the cladogram, how many organisms have lungs?

Answer = Five

2 points: Human body & Classification


Two part question:

A) Name the gap between two neurons.

B) Letter C is crossing that gap. Name letter C.

Answers:

A) Synapse

B) Neurotransmitters

2 points: Human body & Classification


Skin is an example of which type of tissue because it covers and protects the body?

Epithelial

2 points: Human body & Classification


Two part question:

A) What are the organs of the endocrine system called?

B) Name the chemicals created by these organs?

Glands

Hormones

2 points: Human body & Classification


In order from largest to smallest, name the 7 taxa.

Kingdom

Phylum

Class

Order

Family

Genus

Species

2 points: Human body & Classification


Two part question:

A) During an action potential, which ion is pumped into a nerve cell?

B) Which ion is pumped out of a nerve cell?

A) Sodium

B) Potassium

2 points: Human body & Classification


Which portion of human blood helps to form clots that prevent bleeding when an injury occurs?

Platelets

2 points: Human body & Classification


Which gland in your brain acts as a thermometer to control your body temperature?

Hypothalamus

2 points: Human body & Classification


Two part question:

A) What builds up inside the blood of a person who is diabetic?

B) Which gland produces the insulin to correct this problem?

A) Glucose (sugar)

B) Pancreas

2 points: Human body & Classification


According to the cladogram, how many traits does the turtle and tuna have in common?

Answer: Two

2 points: Human body & Classification


Two part question:

A) Name letter A in this eye diagram.

B) Name the part of the eye that has rod and cone cells.

Answers:

Optic nerve

Retina

2 points: Human body & Classification

B


Which blood type has no antigens on the red blood cells, but has all three antibodies in their plasma?

O-

2 points: Human body & Classification


Two part question:

Thermoreceptors detect temperature. What do mechanoreceptors detect?

What about photoreceptors?

Pressure

Light

2 points: Human body & Classification


If two organisms are placed in the same “class”, which other levels do they have in common?

Kingdom and phylum

2 points: Human body & Classification


Two part question:

A) The olfactory nerve is related to which sense?

B) The auditory nerve is related to which sense?

A) Smell

B) Hearing

2 points: Human body & Classification


Name the bone inside the ear that contains mechanoreceptors to produce impulses.

Cochlea

2 points: Human body & Classification


Cells are programmed to die during which process?

Apoptosis

2 points: Human body & Classification


The accumulation of which gas from the burning of fossil fuels is mainly responsible for global warming?

Carbon dioxide

3 points: Ecology


What is the final stage of succession called where the largest plants grow?

Climax community

3 points: Ecology


Name the three types of symbiosis.

Parasitism

Mutualism

Commensalism

3 points: Ecology


The crumbling and weathering of rocks releases an important mineral to start which biogeochemical cycle?

Phosphorus

3 points: Ecology


Which type of organism converts nitrogen in the atmosphere to a more useable form during the process of nitrification and nitrogen fixation?

Bacteria

3 points: Ecology


Pollutants such as Mercury are in small amounts low on the food chain. But as you move up the food chain, the amount of Mercury accumulates and increases. What is this problem called?

Bio-magnification

3 points: Ecology


Which environmental problem is due to human use of chemicals called CFCs?

Ozone layer destruction

3 points: Ecology


Plants and animals remove O2 from the air during which cellular process?

Cellular Respiration

3 points: Ecology


Name both the ways that water vapor rises into the atmosphere.

Evaporation

Transpiration

3 points: Ecology


Disease and lack of water are examples of which nonliving ecology factors?

Abiotic

3 points: Ecology


Water turns from a vapor (gas) to a liquid during which stage of the water cycle?

Condensation

3 points: Ecology


Which level of ecology ranges from the deepest ocean trench to the highest mountain top?

Biosphere

3 points: Ecology


Desertification usually follows which environmental problem?

Deforestation

3 points: Ecology


Name the 3 fossil fuels.

Coal

Oil

Natural gas

3 points: Ecology


What is the greatest amount of individuals that a population can hold called?

Carrying capacity

3 points: Ecology


Which level in the food chain is the secondary consumer?

Answer: 3rd trophic level (frog)

3 points: Ecology


In an ecosystem there is often a species that greatly affects and shapes the environment for all the others. What are these important species called?

Keystone species

3 points: Ecology


Lichen and mosses are commonly the first organisms to inhabit an new area. What is the process where organisms inhabit new areas called?

Succession

3 points: Ecology


Algae and cyanobacteria represent which trophic level?

Producers

3 points: Ecology


What are body parts called that no longer have a function?

Vestigial

4 points: Evolution


What are the differences within individuals of every species called?

Variation

4 points: Evolution


What is the process called where an entirely new species develops?

Speciation

4 points: Evolution


What are traits called that aid in survival?

Adaptations

4 points: Evolution


Mountain ranges and rivers are examples of which type of isolation?

Geographic

4 points: Evolution


Our solar system (and other solar systems) is thought to have been created from clouds of gas in outer space called ____.

Nebula

4 points: Evolution


What does the law of superposition say about rocks?

Older rocks are deeper in the Earth

4 points: Evolution


Which theory was first outlined in the book The Origin of Species.

Natural Selection

(not evolution)

4 points: Evolution


Why are horses and donkeys a different species even though they breed?

Their offspring are sterile

4 points: Evolution


Organisms with different mating rituals is an example of which type of isolation?

Behavioral

4 points: Evolution


What is the collection of every known fossil called?

Fossil record

4 points: Evolution


Which events are usually responsible for genetic drift?

Natural disasters (forest fires, earthquakes, etc…)

4 points: Evolution


Carbon-12 and Carbon-14 are both carbon, but have a different number of neutrons. What are atoms like this called?

Isotopes

4 points: Evolution


Groups of wolves separated by the Atlantic ocean cannot reproduce due to what type of isolation?

Geographic

4 points: Evolution


Archaeopteryx is a fossil that links which two groups of animals?

Birds and Reptiles

4 points: Evolution


Name Lamarck’s early theory where it was believed traits acquired in life can be passed onto offspring.

Acquired inheritance

4 points: Evolution


Miller and Urey added 4 gases to their famous experiment to simulate the atmosphere of ancient Earth. Name 3 of the 4 gases.

CO2 (carbon dioxide)

Methane

Water vapor

Ammonia

4 points: Evolution


Name the process where organisms with favorable traits will likely survive and reproduce.

Natural selection

4 points: Evolution


Which model of evolution shows slow and steady change?

Gradualism

4 points: Evolution


Some plants and insects have adapted together and depend of each other for survival. These are examples of which pattern of evolution?

Coevolution

4 points: Evolution


What percentage of energy is lost every time you move up one trophic level?

90% lost

3 points: Ecology


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