5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a study of living organisms and non-living entities too small to be seen without magnification.
- b tentative explanation of what has been observed or measured. (primary aim of scientific method)
- c involves the breakdown of dead matters and wastes into simple compounds that can be directed back into the natural cycles of living things.
- d involves the introduction of microbes into the environment to restore stability or to clean up toxic pollutants.
- e microbes that are harbored and nourished in the bodies of larger organisms.
5 Multiple choice questions
- organisms that require a microscope to be readily observed or identified.
- area of biotechnology that manipulates the genetics of microbes, plants and animals for the purpose of creating new products and genetically modified organisms.
- dominant organisms found on earth, found in almost every habitat on earth. (ubiquitous)
- collection of statements, propositions, or concepts that explains or accounts for a natural event.
- study of frequency of disease.
5 True/False questions
deductive approach → constructs hypothesis, tests its validity, and performs experiments to test for those events.
C, H, O, N, S and P → any agent that causes disease. (virus, bacteria, fungi, protozoa, or helminth)
eukaryotes → type of cells that contain nucleus, can be either unicellular or multicellular..
bacteria, algae, protozoa, fungi, parasitic worms(helminths), viruses → 5 Kingdoms
Monerans, Plants, Fungi, Animals, Protists → 5 Kingdoms