An amoeba moves and feeds by extending a temporary extension of its cytoplasm called
Eukaryotes that are not classified as plant, fungus, or animal are
What is not in the kingdom Protista?
Peptidoglycan in the cell walls
What is not a charecteristic of some Protists?
Both are hairlike structures used for movement
How are cilia and flagella similar?
The structures in amoeba that help the organisms move and feed are the
What is the main role of a gullet in a protist?
Results in an exchange of some genetic material
In Protists, the process of conjugation,
Control the cell
What is the main role of the macro nucleus in a protist?
What is the main role of the anal pore in a protist?
All fungi are unicellular
What statment about fungi is false?
The symbiotic relationship where both organisms benefit is
Asexual and sexual reproduction
Alternation of generations is the process of alternating between,
Fungi decomposition helps to maintain
Wastes and dead organisms
Fungi digestive enzymes help to breakdown
Live close together
A symbiotic relationship is when two organisms
One benefits and the other is harmed
The symbiotic relationship parasitism is when
Sunlight, water, carbon dioxide,
What are the basic requirements of plants
Shaded ground in a small pond
What type of environment would you expect to find green algae?
Do green algae have a vascular system?
The plant goes from haploid to diploid
What is alternation of generations?
Flowering plants-reproduce by spores
Which of the following pairs is incorrectly matched?
The vascular tissue, phloem, transports what in the plant,
The sperm of bryophytes need water to swim to an egg
Bryophytes must live in moist areas because they lack vascular tissue. For what other reason do they need to live in moist areas?
Angiosperms produce seeds inside protective structures called
Tracheophytes contain specialized cells with thick walls strengthened by lignin. These cells are called
What is a structure associated with gymnosperms?
The mature plant ovary is also referred to as the
a multicellular, eukaryotic heterotroph whose cells lack a cell wall is an
animals that have a backbone are known as
many animals have a body symmetry with distinct front and back ends. this type of symmetry is
which of the following animals shows radial symmetry?
all of the above
which of the following is a type of tissue that arises in most animals during development?
the ability to make their own food
what is not a charecteristic of animals?
what evoloutionary event didnt occur during invertebrate evoloution?
the concentration of nerve tissue and organs in one end of the body is called
what is not a mollusk?
what invertebrate has a segmented body?
all animals have some sort of body symmetry except
animal that lacks a backbone
animal that has a dorsal nerve cord, a notochord, a tail, and pharyngeal pouches
body plan in which any number of imaginary planes drawn through the center of the body could divide it into equal halves
body cavity lined with mesoderm; more advanced
body cavity that is only partially lined with mesoderm; less advanced
hollow ball of cells that develop when a zygote undergoes a series of cell divisions
concentration of sense organs and nerve cells at the anterior end of an animal
Where does mechanical digestion begin?
An enzyme in saliva that can break the chemical bonds in starch
Part of the digestive system that prevents swallowed food from entering the airways leading to the lungs
What doesn't aid in the process of digestion?
In the human body, hydrochloric acid is responsible for the low PH of the contents of the
Break down large molecules into smaller molecules
The main function of the digestive system is to
What tube carries food between the pharynx and the stomach?
The stomach breaks down food into a soft, partially digested mixture called
What macromolecule does amylase digest?
What macromolecule does pepsin digest?
What macromolecule does typsin digest?
What macromolecule does pancreatic amylase digest?
What macromolecule does lipase digest?
Left atrium left ventricle
In the human heart,oxygen rich blood would be found in the
A heartbeat begins with an impulse from the
What is not a component of blood?
Both b and c
The function of the cardiovascular system is to
Oxygen poor blood from the body will enter which structure of the heart?
Which blood cells are most numerous in the body?