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  1. Chapter 1 Classifying Living Things

  2. What controls all of the functions of a cell? • A. Nucleus • B. Mitochondria • C. Cell membrane • D. Vertebrate

  3. What controls all of the functions of a cell? • A. Nucleus • B. Mitochondria • C. Cell membrane • D. Vertebrate

  4. What is an animal with a backbone? • A. Invertebrate • B. Nonvascular • C. Vertebrate • D. Microscope

  5. What is an animal with a backbone? • A. Invertebrate • B. Nonvascular • C. Vertebrate • D. Microscope

  6. Any living thing is called an… • A. Microscope • B. Bacteria • C. Nucleus • D. Organism

  7. Any living thing is called an… • A. Microscope • B. Bacteria • C. Nucleus • D. Organism

  8. Algae and protozoans are examples of… • A. Bacteria • B. Protists • C. Cells • D. Mitochondrian

  9. Algae and protozoans are examples of… • A. Bacteria • B. Protists • C. Cells • D. Mitochondrian

  10. Too small to see with the eye.. • A. Microscope • B. Microscopic • C. Globe • D. Mirror

  11. Too small to see with the eye.. • A. Microscope • B. Microscopic • C. Globe • D. Mirror

  12. An animal without a backbone.. • A. Human • B. Vertebrate • C. Invertebrate • D. Cells

  13. An animal without a backbone.. • A. Human • B. Vertebrate • C. Invertebrate • D. Cells

  14. The building blocks of life are called.. • A. Bacteria • B. Protists • C. Cells • D. Organisms

  15. The building blocks of life are called.. • A. Bacteria • B. Protists • C. Cells • D. Organisms

  16. What are the oldest living organisms? • A. Turtles • B. Toads • C. Bacteria • D. Protists

  17. What are the oldest living organisms? • A. Turtles • B. Toads • C. Bacteria • D. Protists

  18. What types of plants have tubes and channels? • A. Vascular • B. Nonvascular • C. None • D. All types

  19. What types of plants have tubes and channels? • A. Vascular • B. Nonvascular • C. None • D. All types

  20. What types of plants do not have tubes or channels? • A. 36 million types • B. Nonvascular • C. Protists • D. Vascular

  21. What types of plants do not have tubes or channels? • A. 36 million types • B. Nonvascular • C. Protists • D. Vascular

  22. Why are bacteria cells different than other cells? • A. Because they are huge • B. They don’t have an organism • C. They are nonvascular • D. They don’t have a nucleus

  23. Why are bacteria cells different than other cells? • A. Because they are huge • B. They don’t have an organism • C. They are nonvascular • D. They don’t have a nucleus

  24. Which are 2 example of arthropods? • A. Fish and eggs • B. Shrimp and crabs • C. Monkeys and butterflies • D. Humans and dogs

  25. Which are 2 example of arthropods? • A. Fish and eggs • B. Shrimp and crabs • C. Monkeys and butterflies • D. Humans and dogs

  26. Name the two ways humans are classified: • A. Smart and good-looking • B. Vertebrate and non-vertebrate • C. Mammals and vertebrates • D. Nonvascular and vertebrates

  27. Name the two ways humans are classified: • A. Smart and good-looking • B. Vertebrate and non-vertebrate • C. Mammals and vertebrates • D. Nonvascular and vertebrates

  28. What two ways are bacteria helpful? • A. They fight protozoans and cure starvation. • B. They digest food and clean up oil spills. • C. They cause infection and disease • D. They don’t have a nucleus and are the most numerous organisms on Earth.

  29. What two ways are bacteria helpful? • A. They fight protozoans and cure starvation. • B. They digest food and clean up oil spills. • C. They cause infection and disease • D. They don’t have a nucleus and are the most numerous organisms on Earth.

  30. What do animal cells contain? • A. Food, water, nutrients, bacteria, protists • B. vacuole, mitochondria, nucleus, cell membrane, cytoplasm • C. mitochondria, nucleus, cell wall, cytoplasm, vacuole • D. None of the above.

  31. What do animal cells contain? • A. Food, water, nutrients, bacteria, protists • B. vacuole, mitochondria, nucleus, cell membrane, cytoplasm • C. mitochondria, nucleus, cell wall, cytoplasm, vacuole • D. None of the above.

  32. What do plant cells contain? • A. All of the same parts as an animal cell plus chloroplast and a cell wall. • B. 7 parts • C. vacuole, mitochondria, cell wall, nucleus, chloroplast, cell membrane, cytoplasm • D. All of the above.

  33. What do plant cells contain? • A. All of the same parts as an animal cell plus chloroplast and a cell wall. • B. 7 parts • C. vacuole, mitochondria, cell wall, nucleus, chloroplast, cell membrane, cytoplasm • D. All of the above.

  34. What am I? • I am in control of all of the functions of a cell.

  35. Nucleus

  36. What am I? • I contain a cell wall.

  37. Plant Cell

  38. What am I? • I do not have a backbone.

  39. Invertebrate

  40. What am I? • I am the building blocks of life.

  41. Cells

  42. What am I? • Shrimp and crabs

  43. Arthropods

  44. True or False • Nonvascular plants have tubes and channels.

  45. False

  46. True or False • An organism is any living thing.

  47. True

  48. True or False • Bacteria can be helpful.

  49. True