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Biology Outcome J


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Multicellular eukaryotic heterotrophs with cell walls of chitin
Organisms that are multicellular, have eukaryotic cells with no cell wall, and that are heterotrophic
Multicellular photosynthetic autotrophs that have cell walls containing cellulose
Organisms that are unicellular, have prokaryotic cells, and that have cell walls that contain peptidoglycan
Unicellular prokaryotes whose cell walls do not contain peptidoglycan and that live in extreme environments
Eukaryotes that are not classified as plants, animals, or fungi
They are prokaryotic and have a single chromosome and a cell wall
Kingdoms Eubacteria and Archaebacteria
They are eukaryotic and some are autotrophic; they may live as single cells, colonies, or be multicellular
Kingdom Protista
They are made up of hyphae and reproduce with spores
Kingdom Fungi
They are not made up of cells; they have a protein coat around DNA.
None of the kindgoms
They are eukaryotic, multicellular, and heterotrophic; many are capable of locomotion
Kingdom Animalia
They are made up of roots, stems, and leaves
Kingdom Plantae
Which systems of grouping in Figure 1, A or B, provides information about the evolution of the three animals?
According to the Cladogram in Figure 1-1, what two characteristics do crabs and barnacles share that limpets do not?
Molted external skeleton and segmentation
Which order is most closely related to Rodentia?
Which two orders are most distantly related to Rodentia?
Primates and Carnivora
According to Figure 1-2, the largest taxon/classification group, is:
The two most closely related organisms in Figure 1-2 are the:
Humpback whale and spider monkey
All of the organisms in Figure 1-2 are:
Using Figure 1-2, the binomial nomenclature name of the spider monkey is:
Ateles paniscus
The number of taxa (groups) that the humpback whale and spider monkey have in common in Figure 1-2 is:
Binomial nomenclature names show the classification groups of
Genus & species
In the scientific version of a species name, which of the terms is capatlized
The first term only
Scientific names are understood by all scientists because the names are written in
The most specific grouping among the following is
Of the following, Felis leo is most closely related to:
Felis domesticus
The most general and largest category in Linnaeaus's system is
The second part of a scientific name is unique to:
Species in its genus
If Ursus maritimus is the scientific name; polar bear is the:
Common mae
What is the correct order of classification levels going from largest to smallest?
Kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species
Divisions of phylum in the Linnaean system are:
When two dissimilar (different) organisms share similar genes, what does that suggest?
The organisms share a common ancestor
The domain that corresponds to the kingdom Eubacteria is
The two domains composed of only unicellular organisms are
Archae and bacteria
The domain that contains unicellular organisms that live in extreme environment is
How many taxonomic categories (taxa) were in Linnaeus's system of classification?
Of the following, Felis leo is most closely related to:
Felis domesticus