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5 Matching questions

  1. Mitosis phase 4 (telophase)?
  2. How is a gymnosperm different from an angiosperm?
  3. What are the 3 independent lines of evidence that provide the basis for the theory of evolution?
  4. DNA---- What is it and where is it located?
  5. Green color in plants comes from?
  1. a 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.
  2. b Geology, Fossils, and Comparative Anatomy
  3. c A nuclear membrane forms around each set of chromosomes, and the chromosomes decondense. Mitosis is complete.
  4. d Chlorophyll
  5. e gymnosperm- nonflowering
    angiosperm- flowering

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Precambrian Time- life and oxygen appears, more complex organisms known as eukaryotes appear
    The Paleozoic Era- Cambrian explosion, many marine life forms appear, life on land began, and the Permian Extinction
    The Mesozoic Era- dinosaurs, first mammals appeared, K-T extinction
    The Cenozoic Era- ice-ages, mammals, humans appear, still Cenezoic Era today
  2. the likelihood that a possible future event will occur in any given instance of the event
  3. one of the alternative forms of a gene (that governs a characteristic)
  4. The standard method used to divide Earth's long natural history into managable parts
  5. ...

5 True/False questions

  1. Fossil Recordthe history of life in the geologic past as indicated by the traces or remains of living things


  2. Why is it important for the plant to have sunlight?So plants can absorb energy from the sun and change the energy into food through the process called photosynthesis.


  3. Cytokenisis?In a cell that lacks a wall, the cell pinches in two. In a cell that has a cell wall, a cell plate forms and seperates the cells into two new cells.


  4. Mitosis phase 3 (anaphase)?The paired chromatids seperate and move to opposite sides of the cell.


  5. Where are fossils found?Layers of rocks


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