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  1. Classification Milestone You will see some of these on your quiz today.

  2. This is a unicellular, eukaryote found in pond water is most likely in which kingdom? A. Eubacteria B. Fungi C. Protist D. Archaebacteria

  3. C. The Protist Kingdom

  4. You collect an organism from a boiling hot spring and find it has no cell nucleus. The organism is most likely apart of which kingdom? a) Eubacteria b) Protista c) Fungi d) Archaebacteria

  5. d) Archaebacteria

  6. Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of all living things • The ability to maintain a stable internal environment B) The ability to obtain and use energy C) Made up of one or more cells D) Ability to move to obtain food

  7. Which of the following statements best describes bacteria? a. Bacteria are single-celled organisms that do not have nuclei. b. Bacteria are single-celled organisms that have nuclei. c. Bacteria are multi-celled organisms that have nuclei. d. Bacteria are multi-celled organisms that do not have nuclei.

  8. This unicellular organism is reproducing asexually by what method? a) Fragmentation b) binary fission c) budding d) sexually

  9. b) Binary Fission

  10. How does the organism pictured above obtain energy? • It coverts carbon dioxide and water into food. b. It uses sunlight to make its own food. c. It converts minerals in the soil into food. d. It consumes and recycles dead organisms and wastes in soil.

  11. d. It consumes and recycles dead organisms and wastes in soil.

  12. 6. All of the following kingdoms contain organisms with cell walls except • Kingdom Fungi • Kingdom Archaebacteria • Kingdom Plantae • Kingdom Animalia

  13. d. Kingdom Animalia

  14. A biology class in Virginia conducted a survey of the plant species found on their school grounds. They found several plants that they didn’t recognize. What resources would be most helpful to the class in identifying the plants species? • A book about Virginia plant adaptations • A biology book • A dichotomous key on Virginia plant species • Local Home and Garden Newspaper Articles.

  15. A biology class in Virginia conducted a survey of the plant species found on their school grounds. They found several plants that they didn’t recognize. What resources would be most helpful to the class in identifying the plants species? • A book about Virginia plant adaptations • A biology book • A dichotomous key on Virginia plant species • Local Home and Garden Newspaper Articles.

  16. Which of the following is NOT true of the fungi kingdom? • They are heterotrophs • They are important decomposers • They are all multicellular • They have a cell wall

  17. Which of the following is NOT true of the fungi kingdom? • They are heterotrophs • They are important decomposers • They are all multicellular • They have a cell wall

  18. Which of the following might reproduce asexually by binary fission? • E-coli • Sea Star • Hydra • None of these

  19. Which of the following might reproduce asexually by binary fission? • E-coli • Sea Star • Hydra • None of these

  20. Which question below would be MOST useful when developing a dichotomous key to classify the animals seen here? A.     Does the animal have large ears? B. Does the animal have tusks?   C. Does the animal have a trunk? D. Does the animal have thick skin?

  21. Which question below would be MOST useful when developing a dichotomous key to classify the animals seen here? A.     Does the animal have large ears? B. Does the animal have tusks?   C. Does the animal have a trunk? D. Does the animal have thick skin?

  22. The scientific name for the emperor penguin is Aptenodytes forsteri. From this name we can conclude that • This penguin lives in a cold environment • This organism is native to North America • This penguin belongs in the genus Aptenodytes • All of the above

  23. The scientific name for the emperor penguin is Aptenodytes forsteri. From this name we can conclude that • This penguin lives in a cold environment • This organism is native to North America • This penguin belongs in the genus Aptenodytes • All of the above

  24. A dichotomous key can be used to determine • The scientific name of an organism • Where an organism’s natural habitat is • How an organism interacts with other species • What an organism feeds on

  25. A dichotomous key can be used to determine • The scientific name of an organism • Where an organism’s natural habitat is • How an organism interacts with other species • What an organism feeds on

  26. Which of the following organisms has offspring exactly like itself? • A • B • C • B and C A B C

  27. Which of the following organisms has offspring exactly like itself? • A • B • C • B and C A B C