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Honors Biology Chapt. 1 Test Review
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1-4 Which is an Inference and which is an
observation?
  • The crickets have 6 legs
  • The crickets like lettuce
  • The crickets are scared of you.
  • The female cricket has an ovipositor.

3
Which is an Inference and which is an observation?
  • The crickets have 6 legs O
  • The crickets like lettuce I
  • The crickets are scared of you. I
  • The female cricket has an ovipositor. O

4
5-8 Which is quantitative and which is
qualitative?
  • The cricket is 8 mm long
  • The cricket is strong
  • The male cricket uses wings to chirp
  • The drink contains 0.5 mL of poison

5
Which is quantitative and which is qualitative?
  • The cricket is 8 mm long
  • Quan.
  • The cricket is strong
  • Qual.
  • The male cricket uses wings to chirp Qual.
  • The drink contains 0.5 mL of poison Quan.

6
9 How many variables can you test in a
controlled experiment?
  • Only one at a time
  • For example Not both heat and temperature
  • But you can have different levels of temperature

7
10
  • She is testing for
  • pH, for acidity, and
  • for color.
  • Is this OK?
  • No, choose only
  • one variable
  • to test for.

8
11
  • Qualitative or Quantitative? -use numbers
  • -descriptions
  • QUALITATIVE descriptions
  • QUANTITATIVE numbers

9
12 Which is which?
  • Inductive reasoning
  • Deductive reasoning
  • From specific to general statements
  • EX make observations and come up with a
    conclusion
  • From general to specific statements
  • EX hypothesis or theory to observation

10
13 What is the control? What are the constants?
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What is the control? What are the constants?
  • Control bowl with plain rocks
  • Constants same tank, same water, same fish

12
14-16 Matching
  • Agree/disagree with hypothesis
  • If and then..
  • What is the effect of
  • ANSWERS
  • Conclusion
  • Hypothesis
  • Problem Statement

13
17 Identify as Independent or Dependent Variable
  • Put on the X axis
  • Put on the Y axis
  • It is what you change (control)
  • It is what changes as a result of what you changed

14
Identify as Independent or Dependent Variable
  • Put on the X axis INDEPENDENT
  • Put on the Y axis DEPENDENT
  • It is what you change (control) INDEPENDENT
  • It is what changes as a result of what you
    changed
  • DEPENDENT

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18 WHICH IS WHICH? THEORY OR HYPOTHESIS
  • Proposed explanation of a set of observations
  • Supported by a LARGE body of evidence
  • ANSWER
  • HYPOTHESIS
  • THEORY

16
19 Put P for prokaryotic Put E for eukaryotic
  • Larger cells
  • Has membrane-bound nucleus
  • Has no membrane-bound nucleus
  • Simpler cells
  • More complex
  • Usually smaller
  • E
  • E
  • P
  • P
  • E
  • P

17
20 Whats the connection?
  • Producersconsumersdecomposers?
  • ANSWER
  • Producers make the food
  • Consumers eat producers and other consumers
  • Decomposers eat the dead and broken down
    consumers and producers

18
21 Identify as A asexual or S sexual
  • Have one parent
  • Offspring are different than parents
  • Have 2 parents
  • Offspring are identical to parents

19
21 Identify as A asexual or S sexual
  • Have one parent A
  • Offspring are different than parents S
  • Have 2 parents S
  • Offspring are identical to parents A

20
22
  • In a dichotomous key what do you divide each
    level into?
  • two

21
Identify these Leaves
22
23 Name that Vocabulary
  • What is this 2 word system called for naming
    organisms?
  • ANSWER binomial nomenclature
  • What taxons make up the name?
  • ANSWER Genus and species
  • Who devised this system?
  • Carolus Linnaeus
  • How is the name written?
  • Italicized or underlined, capital Genus

23
24 Name that kingdom
  • What two kingdoms are prokaryotic?
  • ANSWER Archaebacteria
  • Eubacteria

24
24 Name that domain
  • What two domains are prokaryotic?
  • ANSWER Archaebacteria
  • Eubacteria

25
25 Name the kingdom (given their cell wall
composition)
  • No peptidoglycan
  • Varied
  • No cell wall
  • With peptidoglycan
  • Chitin
  • Cellulose
  • ANSWERS
  • Archaebacteria
  • Protista
  • Animalia
  • Eubacteria
  • Fungi
  • Plantae

26
26 Put in Order
  • Tissue Biosphere
  • Ecosystem Cell
  • Community Organelle
  • Organ Population
  • Organism
  • Organ System
  • molecule

27
Put in Order
  • Biosphere Tissue
  • Ecosystem Cell
  • Community Organelle
  • Population Molecule
  • Organism
  • Organ System
  • Organ

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Name that Domain
  • Prokaryotic, extreme environment
  • Eukaryotic, contains 4 kingdoms
  • Prokaryotic, common bacteria
  • CHOICES
  • Eubacteria
  • Archaebacteria
  • Eukarya

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Name that Domain
  • Prokaryotic, extreme environment
  • Eukaryotic, contains 4 kingdoms
  • Prokaryotic, common bacteria
  • ANSWERS
  • Archaebacteria
  • Eukarya
  • Eubacteria

30
27- 36MATCH THE WORD
  • Wrote Origin of Species
  • Molecule of universal code
  • Scientific study of life
  • Scientific name
  • Organisms today from ancient ones
  • Devised classification syst.
  • Units of inheritance
  • Whole is greater than sum
  • Traits best suited will survive
  • Applied scientific knowledge
  • Biology
  • Descent with modification
  • Natural selection
  • DNA
  • Genes
  • Technology
  • Charles Darwin
  • Carolus Linneaus
  • Binomial nomenclature
  • Emergent properties

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27- 36MATCH THE WORD
  • 1 Scientific study of life
  • 2 Organisms today from ancient ones
  • 3 Traits best suited will survive
  • 4 Molecule of universal code
  • 5 Units of inheritance
  • 6 Applied scientific knowledge
  • 7 Wrote origin of Species
  • 8 Devised classification syst.
  • 9 scientific name
  • 10 Whole is greater than sum
  • 1 Biology
  • 2 Descent with modification
  • 3 Natural selection
  • 4 DNA
  • 5 Genes
  • 6 Technology
  • 7 Charles Darwin
  • 8 Carolus Linneaus
  • 9 Binomial nomenclature
  • 10Emergent properties

32
44-53 Match
  • 1. 2 trees, 5 squirrels, and 1 raccoon
  • 2. 1 deer
  • 3. 20 deer at Hudson Springs park
  • 4. Water, rocks, fish, flowers, and grass at
    Hudson Springs Park
  • A. organism
  • B. population
  • C. community
  • D. ecosystem

33
Match
  • 1. 2 trees, 5 squirrels, and 1 raccoon
  • 2. 1 deer
  • 3. 20 deer at Hudson Springs park
  • 4. Water, rocks, fish, flowers, and grass at
    Hudson Springs Park
  • C. community
  • A. organism
  • B. population
  • D. ecosystem

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37-43 Characteristics of Life ANSWERS
  • 37-Energy Processing
  • 38-Regulation
  • 39-Reproduction
  • 40-Order
  • 41-Evolutionary adaptation
  • 42-Growth and Development.
  • 43-Response to environment

35
Name that Kingdom
  • Mushrooms, yeast
  • Paramecium, amoeba
  • Trees, grass, kelp
  • Dogs, worms, fish
  • Methanogens, thermophiles
  • E. coli, Streptococcus
  • ANSWERS
  • Fungi
  • Protista
  • Plantae
  • Animalia
  • Archaeabacteria
  • Eubacteria

36
44-53 Name that level of organization
  • 44. Groups of atoms bonded together
  • 45. Group of all same species in an area
  • 46. Group of cells to perform a similar function
  • Molecule
  • Population
  • Tissue

37
  • Organ
  • Biosphere
  • Community
  • 47. group of tissue to perform a similar function
  • 48. all the ecosystems of earth
  • 49. all the different populations that live in
    one area

38
  • 50. Smallest functional unit of life
  • 51. All living and nonliving things in a
    particular area
  • 52. Group of organs for a similar purpose
  • 53. One single member of a species
  • Cell
  • Ecosystem
  • Organ system
  • organism

39
EXTENDED RESPONSE
  • 1 You will be given a cartoon and write a.
    problem statement What is the effect of
  • b. hypothesis If (dependent variable) is
    related to (independent variable), then
    (prediction)
  • c. List 5 constants (stay the same every trial)
  • d. Describe a control set-up(compare)
  • e. Write a possible conclusion (agree/ disagree
    with hypothesis)

40
EXAMPLES
41
Extended Response
  • Biosphere whole earth
  • Ecosystem deciduous forest
  • Community Hudson Springs Park deer, geese
  • Population flock of geese
  • Organism one goose
  • Organ System-circulatory
  • Organ heart
  • Tissue blood
  • Cell red blood cell

42
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43
Extended Response
  • Name an organism (you choose).
  • List the 7 characteristics of life p. 2
  • How does this organism meet these 7 requirements?

44
EXTENDED RESPONSE
  • EXAMPLE
  • respond to environment cows comes to barn when
    it is time to be milked
  • Organization has skin cells
  • Adaptation to environment - 5 stomachs to digest
    mostly grass
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