5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- How is moss different from an angiosperm?
- What does comparing DNA from 2 species tell us?
- Why are the same fossils found on different continents?
- What are the different types of fossils? How are they formed?
- Where are fossils found?
- a Rocks- organisms buried by sediment. The fossils are preserved when sediment hardens to form sedimentary rock.
Amber- organisms get caught in sticky tree sap. sap hardens to form amber and then the fossil is preserved.
Ice- organims fall or die in water, and become preserved fossils when the water freezes and becomes ice.
Asphalt- pools of sticky asphalt trap and preserve organisms to make fossils
petrification- when an organism's tissues are replaced with minerals
- b Because of continental drift.
- c tells us if the two organisms are similar or related, and also helps us find common ancestor
- d moss-nonvascular
- e Layers of rocks
5 Multiple choice questions
- Soft organisms.
- 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.
- Adenosine TriphosPhate is made from the process Cell Respiration. ATP supplies energy that fuels cell activities, such as growth.
- the history of life in the geologic past as indicated by the traces or remains of living things
5 True/False questions
Mitosis phase 3 (anaphase)? → The paired chromatids seperate and move to opposite sides of the cell.
Probability → one of the alternative forms of a gene (that governs a characteristic)
Punnett square → Is used to predict the possible genotypes of an offspring in a particular cross.
Be able to complete a genetic cross and discuss the outcome → look on pg. 181 in science textbook for an example
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.