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5 Matching questions

  1. Micro-Organism
  2. 6 Major organism groups
  3. How are viruses measured
  4. Diaphragm
  5. Five kingdoms of Living organisms
  1. a Viruses are measured in nanometers and are equal to 0.000000001 meter.
    1
    ___________m
    1,000,000,000
  2. b Controls the amount of light entering condenser
  3. c Small unit of life capable of 3 life processes and can only be seen with an electron microscope.
  4. d 1.Procaryote or Monera: Eubacteria and Archaeobacteria
    2.Protista; Slime molds,Protozoa and some algae
    3.Fungi- Unicelluar yeast and multi-cellular molds and mushrooms
    4.Plantae- Some algae,all mosses,ferns,conifers,and flowering plants
    5.Animalia-Sponges,worms,insects,and vertebrates
  5. e 1.Protozoa: Uniceallular eukaryotic organisms
    2. Algae: unicellular plants that contain chlorophyll capabale of photosynthesis
    3.Fungus: filamentous plants that lack chlorophyll
    4.Bacteria: all living organisms with procaryotic cells
    5.Rickettsia: Cellular organisms between bacteria and viruses that need a host to grow.
    6. Viruses: Submicroscopic parasitic thing that consists of a nucleic acid surrounded by a protein coat.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 200
  2. Kingdom
    Phylum
    Class
    Order
    Family
    Genus
    Species
    Strain
  3. The green photosynthetic coloring matter of plants
  4. The inner protein coat around nucleic acid and made up of sub protein units called capsomeres
  5. Proteins produced by animals in response to certain substances;They are highly specific to the virus that causes their formation.
    (In reponse to an antigen)

5 True/False questions

  1. Developed the nomenclature system*when spoken genus and species are used
    *1st letter of genus is capitalized and the first letter of the species is lower case.
    *Genus and species are usually italicized.

          

  2. Helical Virusesmany sided: the capsid forms the shape of an icosahedron(20 triangular faces with 12 corners)

          

  3. PhotosynthesisCarbohydrate-protein complex rods that project from the surface of the envelope.(also can be used as a means of virus identification)

          

  4. What is any fungal disease called?Mycosis

          

  5. Mitotic DivisonRatio of an apparent size of an object as seen to the actual size of the object.