5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- vestigial organ
- complete metamorphosis
- lysogenic cycle
- a a structure of marginal, if any, importance to an organism; they are historical remnants of structures that had important functions in ancestors
- b a type of bacteriophage replication cycle in which the viral genome is incorporated into the bacterial host chromosome as a prophage. New phages are not produced, and the host cell is not killed or lysed unless the viral genome laves the host chromosome.
- c the transformation of a larva into an adult that looks very different from the larva and often functions very differently in its environment.
- d a chordate with a head.
- e a diverse clade of gram-negative bacteria that includes five subgroups
5 Multiple choice questions
- the kingdom that contains the plants
- member of the phylum Ascomycota, characterized by saclike structures called asci that produce spores in sexual reproduction; also known as an ascomycete
- one of a great variety of protists, most of which are unicellular or colonial photosynthetic autotrophs with chloroplasts containing the pigment chlorophyll a; heterotrophic and multicellular protists closely related to unicellular autotrophs are also regarded as this
- one of the four hallmarks of chordates.
- a comprehensive theory of evolution that incorporates genetics and includes most of Darwin's ideas, focusing on populations as the fundamental units of evolution
5 True/False questions
lignin → a chemical that hardens the cell walls of plants
cyanobacteria → photosynthetic, oxygen-producing bacteria, formally called blue-green algae
ecological succession → the process of biological community change resulting from disturbance; transition in the species composition of a biological community, often following a flood, fire, or volcanic eruption
clone → (C) a single-ring nitrogenous base found in DNA and RNA
class → hybrid