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What is taxonomy?
a) the preservation and display of the body of an organism that has died b) method of identifying organisms using a series of two-part statements c) the evolutionary history of a species. d) system of classifying and naming organisms
The levels of taxonomy, in order from smallest to largest:
a) Species, Genus, Family, Order, Class, Phylum, Kingdom, Domain b) Kingdom, Phylum, Domain, Family, Class, Order, Genus, Species c) Phylum, Kingdom, Family, Genus, Class, Order, Domain, Species d) Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
Which two kingdoms contain both autotrophic and heterotrophic organisms?
a) Archaebacteria and Animalia b) Protista and Eubacteria c) Animalia and Fungi d) Protista and Fungi
One difference between protists and plants is that plants are
a) prokaryotic and protists are eukaryotic. b) eukaryotic and protists are prokaryotic. c) autotrophs and protists are heterotrophs. d) multicellular and protists are mostly unicellular
Which of the following is true about organisms in kingdom Plantae?
a) they can be unicellular or multicellular b) they are all autotrophic c) their cells do not have a cell wall d) they are all prokaryotic
Which kingdom(s) contain(s) organisms that are eukaryotic?
a) Protista b) Animalia c) Eubacteria d) (a) and (b)
You find an organism growing on a dead log and after careful study, you determine that it is multicellular, autotrophic, and its cells have cell walls. Given this information, you classify this organism into which of the following kingdoms?
a) Eubacteria b) Plantae c) Fungi d) Animalia
Which of the following is the correct way to write the scientific name of the Northern cardinal?
a) cardinalis cardinalis b) Cardinalis cardinalis c) cardinalis Cardinalis d) Cardinalis Cardinalis
A typical virus consists of a
a) protein coat and a cytoplasm core. b) carbohydrate coat and a nucleic acid core c) protein coat and a nucleic acid core. d) polysaccharide coat and a nucleic acid core.
How does a virus reproduce?
a) it requires a living cell to make new viruses b) two viruses exchange DNA and reproduce sexually c) a virus can clone itself through binary fission d) viruses cannot reproduce
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