5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- seedless vascular plant
- restoration ecology
- a the use of ecological principles to develop ways to return degraded ecosystems to conditions as similar as possible to their natural, predegraded state
- b the informal collective name for the phyla Lycophyta (club mosses and their relatives) and Pteridophyta (ferns and their relatives)
- c the ideas, customs, skills, rituals, and similar activities of a people or group that are passed along to succeeding generations
- d a group of reptiles with feathers and adaptations for flight.
- e a member of a group of molluscs that includes squids and octopuses.
5 Multiple choice questions
- an alternative form of a gene
- a single-celled fungus that inhabits liquid or moist habitats and reproduces asexually by simple cell division or by the pinching of buds of a parent cell
- a row of sensory organs along each side of a fish's body. Sensitive to changes in water pressure, it enables a fish to detect minor vibrations in the water.
- a chemical or physical agent that interacts with DNA and causes a mutation.
- a diverse clade of gram-negative bacteria that includes five subgroups
5 True/False questions
biome → a group of reptiles with feathers and adaptations for flight.
phylum → bacteriophage
family → acquired immune deficiency syndrome; the late stages of HIV infection, characterized by a reduced number of T cells and the appearance of characteristic secondary infections.
horseshoe crab → an RNA virus that reproduces by means of a DNA molecule. It reverse-transcribes its RNA into DNA, inserts the DNA into a cellular chromosome, and then transcribes more copies of the RNA from the viral DNA. HIV and a number of cancer-causing viruses are this.
promoter → a specific nucleotide sequence in DNA, located at the start of a gene, that is the bonding site for RNA polymerase and the place where transcription begins