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5 Matching questions

  1. Phenotype
  2. Why do the cells need to make ATP? What do they use to make it?
  3. What determines the boundaries for eras?
  4. Punnett square
  5. What is the function of leaves, flowers, and petals?
  1. a the boundaries usually correspond to significant changes in the Earth's history. Most boundaries are defined by the appearance or disappearance of a significant number of species
  2. b Adenosine TriphosPhate is made from the process Cell Respiration. ATP supplies energy that fuels cell activities, such as growth.
  3. c leaves- to make food for the plant
    flowers- to help the plant reproduce
    petals- to attract insects or other animals to the flower
  4. d Is used to predict the possible genotypes of an offspring in a particular cross.
  5. e an organism's appearance or other detectable characteristic

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the entire genetic makeup of an organism
  2. A braching diagram shows the relationships between species and a common ancestor.
  3. The standard method used to divide Earth's long natural history into managable parts
  4. Spores are carried to different places
  5. DeoxyriboNucleic Acid is the hereditary material that directs all cell activities, including the making of new cells. It's located in the nucleus of the cell.

5 True/False questions

  1. Chromosome?In eukaryotic cells, one of the structures in the nucleus that are made up of DNA and protein; in a prokaryotic cell, the main ring of DNA.

          

  2. Parts of a flower?Stamen, pistil, anther, pollen, petal, sepal.

          

  3. What is germination? Pollination?germination- sprouting
    pollination- The transfer of pollen from the male to female

          

  4. Law of Superposition?the formation of new species as a result of evolution

          

  5. Discuss the four parts of natural selection.Overproduction- organisms may have many offspring but not all of them survive
    Inherited Variation- every individual has its own combination of traits. Each organism is similar but not identical to its parents
    Struggle to Survive- some organisms may get caught by predators. others may starve or get diseases. only some of them will survive to adulthood.
    Successful Reproduction- the organisms that are best adapted to their environment are likely to have many offspring that survive.

          

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