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Title: 1st Nine Weeks Review


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1st Nine Weeks Review
  • Living Things and Viruses
  • Ecology
  • Classification
  • Jeopardy
  • Test Review
  • Game

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Virus Bacteria Protist Classification Ecology
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Name the two basic parts of a virus.
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protein coat and inner core
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What is a virus?
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tiny, non-living particle that invades a cell and
multiplies
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How is a virus like a parasite?
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It needs a host to reproduce.
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What is in the inner core of a virus?
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genetic material
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What is the best treatment for a virus?
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bed rest and plenty of fluids
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How are bacteria classified?
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prokaryote
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____________ bacteria obtain food by consuming
autotrophs and heterotrophs.
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Heterotrophic
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Genetic material is passed from one bacterium to
another across a thread-like bridge during
_____________.
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conjugation
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During _______ ______ a parent cell copies its
genetic material and splits in half to create 2
new cells that look exactly like the parent cel.
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binary fission
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Name 4 ways that bacteria move.
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flagellum, water, air, other organisms, and other
objects
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A protist is classified as a __________.
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eukaryote
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Animal-like protists are commonly called _______.
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protozoans
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What are plant-like protists commonly called?
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algae
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What animal-like characteristic does a euglena
have?HINT food source
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They can be heterotrophs.
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What plant-like characteristic does a euglena
have?HINT food source
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They can be autotrophs.
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Who was the scientist that first put organisms
into groups according to where they lived and
whether or not they had blood?
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Aristotle
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Who was the father of taxonomy?
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Linnaeus
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Which group of organisms includes only
multicellular heterotrophs?a. plantsb.
animalsc. protistsd. bacteria
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b. animals
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True of False The more levels of classification
that two organisms share, the less they have in
common.
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false
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List the major levels of classification from the
highest level to the lowest level.
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DomainKingdomPhylumClassOrderFamilyGenusSpe
cies
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Members of one species in a particular area are
referred to as a ________________.
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population
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What is a limiting factor?
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an environmental factor that causes a population
to decrease
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Name two of the three processes that are part of
the water cycle.
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condensation, evaporation, precipitation
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An organism that eats only plants.
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What is an herbivore?
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Which of the following shows the most likely path
of energy flow in a food chain?a.
sunproducer--consumer b. sundecomposerconsumer
c. decomposerproducer--consumer
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a. sunproducer--consumer
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MORE VIRUS MORE BACTERIA MORE PROTIST MORE CLASSIFI- CATION MORE ECOLOGY
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Why doesnt the doctor prescribe an antibiotic
for a viral infection?
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An antibiotic cannot destroy the outer protein
coat of a virus.
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How is a virus like a parasite?
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They both need a host cell.
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How does a virus move?
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air, food, water, or contact with a contaminated
person or object
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Why are viruses considered non-living particles?
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They do not show all the characteristics of
living things.
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Name a common virus.
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chicken pox, common cold, influenza (flu)
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A bacteria is classified as a(n)_________ because
it _________ have a nucleus.
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A bacteria is classified as a prokaryote because
it does not have a nucleus.
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Name a common bacterial infection.
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strep throat or staph infection
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What process results in bacteria that are
genetically different?
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conjugation
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Name two shapes of bacteria.
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spherical, rod-like, or spiral
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What determines the shape of a bacterial cell?
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the make up of the cell wall
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What structure allows an amoeba to move?
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pseudopods
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What structure allows a paramecium to move?
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cilia
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What structure allows a euglena to move?
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flagellum
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An amoeba is considered a(n) __________
protist.a. animal-likeb. plant-like c.
fungus-like
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a. animal-like
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A euglena is considered a(n) _________
protist.a. animal-likeb. plant-likec.
fungus-like
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b. plant-like
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Who developed the classification system called
binomial nomenclature?
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Linnaeus
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Explain the correct way to write your scientific
name.
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The first letter of the first word must be
capitalized, and the entire name should be
italicized. If you handwrite the scientific
name, it must be underlined.
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What is the study of how living things are
classified?
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taxonomy
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What is the scientific name for humans?
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Homo sapiens
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Which domain(s) include(s) only prokaryotes?
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Archaea and Bacteria
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What is the study of how living things interact
with each other and their environment?
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ecology
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Define biotic factors.
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Biotic factors are the living things in a habitat.
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Define abiotic factors.
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Abiotic factors are the nonliving resources in a
habitat.
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Water, sunlight, and temperature are examples of
______ factors.
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abiotic factors
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Members of one population in a particular area
are referred to as a ____________.
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community
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