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BACTERIA, VIRUSES, AND INVERTEBRATES
Bacteria
Parasites
Saprotrophs
Pathogenic
single celled organisms
Bacteria that cause disease and feed off living organisms
Bacteria that feed off dead organisms
causes disease
Bacteria
single celled organisms
Parasites
Bacteria that cause disease and feed off living organisms
55 terms
Fungi & Vertebrates - Vocab, Characteristics of living organism (RINGER), Plants, The variety of life., Bacteria and viruses, Invertebrates, Vertebrates
vertebrate
Chordata
Chitin
operculum
An organism with a hard, usually bony internal skeleton with…
The phylum that all vertebrates are classified into.
A substance that forms fungal cell wall
Another word for gills, the openings on a fishes side used fo…
vertebrate
An organism with a hard, usually bony internal skeleton with…
Chordata
The phylum that all vertebrates are classified into.
Plants and Invertebrates
plants are multicellular or unicellular
plants are eukaryotic or prokaryotic
cell walls are made of what
plants are photosynthetic organisms th…
multicellular
eukaryotic
cellulose
chlorophyll
plants are multicellular or unicellular
multicellular
plants are eukaryotic or prokaryotic
eukaryotic
BACTERIA, VIRUSES, AND INVERTEBRATES
Bacteria
Parasites
Saprothrophs
Pathogenic
single celled organisms
Bacteria that cause disease and feed off living organisms
Bacteria that feed off dead organisms
That causes disease
Bacteria
single celled organisms
Parasites
Bacteria that cause disease and feed off living organisms
15 terms
Bacteria to Plants
Organism
Heterotroph
Autotroph
Growth
Living things
Organism's that cannot make their own food
Organism's that make their own food.
Process of becoming bigger
Organism
Living things
Heterotroph
Organism's that cannot make their own food
Bacteria to plants - Chapter 1
organism
unicellular
multicellular
development
a living thing (p16)
a type of organism that is made up of a single cell (p17)
a type of organism that is made up of many cells (p17)
the process of change that occurs during an organism's life t…
organism
a living thing (p16)
unicellular
a type of organism that is made up of a single cell (p17)
Plants and Bacteria
Non-vascular plants
vascular plants have:
Phloem carry:
Xylem carry:
liverwort, hornwort, moss (byrophyte
Phloem and xylem
sugars
water
Non-vascular plants
liverwort, hornwort, moss (byrophyte
vascular plants have:
Phloem and xylem
Plant and Invertebrate
These are plants that possess cones
These are the two types of angiosperms
This phylum has plants that lack vascu…
This phylum includes ferns
gymnosperms
monocots and eudicots
phylum bryophyta
phylum pteridophyta
These are plants that possess cones
gymnosperms
These are the two types of angiosperms
monocots and eudicots
21 terms
From Bacteria to Plants - Chapter 4
photosynthesis
cell wall
cellulose
chloroplast
the process by which plants and some other organisms capture…
the boundary that surrounds the cell membrane in some cells (…
a chemical that makes the cell walls of plants rigid and stro…
the structure of plant cells in which food is made (p111)
photosynthesis
the process by which plants and some other organisms capture…
cell wall
the boundary that surrounds the cell membrane in some cells (…
Bacteria and Plants
Cyanobacteria Bloom
Bacteria
Algae
Akinetes
High density of cyanobacteria caused by higher temperatures i…
single-celled organisms lacking organelles and a nucleus, and…
nonvascular plants that can carry out photosynthesis through…
Cyanobacteria - Specialized resting cells
Cyanobacteria Bloom
High density of cyanobacteria caused by higher temperatures i…
Bacteria
single-celled organisms lacking organelles and a nucleus, and…
13 terms
Bacteria and plants
Heterotroph
Response
Autotroph
Cell
They get their food from other organisms and they do not make…
What happens because of the stimulus
Make their own food
The things that help your body function
Heterotroph
They get their food from other organisms and they do not make…
Response
What happens because of the stimulus
22 terms
Bacteria and plants
Organism
Cell
Uni cellular
Multicellular
A living thing
A basic unit of structure and function in an organism
A type of organism that is made up of the single cell
A type of organism that is made up of many cells
Organism
A living thing
Cell
A basic unit of structure and function in an organism
Bacteria to Plants
Aerobe
Anaerobe
Antibiotic
Endospore
any organism that uses oxygen for respiration
any organism that is able to live without oxygen
chemicals produced by some bacteria that are used to limit th…
thick-walled, protective structure produced by some bacteria…
Aerobe
any organism that uses oxygen for respiration
Anaerobe
any organism that is able to live without oxygen
13 terms
Bacteria to plants
Organism
Heterotroph
Autothoph
Growth
A living thing
An organism that cannot make its own food
An organism that makes its own food
When something gets bigger
Organism
A living thing
Heterotroph
An organism that cannot make its own food
132 terms
Bacteria and Plants
Virus
How can viruses reproduce?
What is the protein coat of a capsule…
What does the capsid bind to in order…
Non-living particle made of protien, nucleic acis, and lipids
By infecting living cells
Capsid
Receptor
Virus
Non-living particle made of protien, nucleic acis, and lipids
How can viruses reproduce?
By infecting living cells
11 terms
Bacteria to plants
Heterotroph
Autotroph
Organism
Growth
An organism that cannot make its own food
An organism that makes its own food
A living thing
The process of becoming larger
Heterotroph
An organism that cannot make its own food
Autotroph
An organism that makes its own food
83 terms
Biology 3rd quarter (Bacteria-Invertebrates)
Virus discovery
structure of virus
classification of virus
Lytic Cycle
-Beijerinck- 1897 knew there were particles smaller than bact…
only 2 parts:... -capsid (protein coat that surrounds)... -DNA or R…
specific to bacteria, plants, and animals... -non living (intrac…
how a virus infects a living cell... 1. absorption (attaches its…
Virus discovery
-Beijerinck- 1897 knew there were particles smaller than bact…
structure of virus
only 2 parts:... -capsid (protein coat that surrounds)... -DNA or R…
Bacteria to plants
Fossil
Eukaryote
Nucleus
Prokaryote
A trace of a ancient organism
An organism that it's cells contain nuculi
A cell structure that contains nucleic acids, the chemical in…
A organism that it's cells lack a nucleus
Fossil
A trace of a ancient organism
Eukaryote
An organism that it's cells contain nuculi
66 terms
Science Seed Plant Quiz 7th Grade, Cell Purpose Animal, Invertebrates, Vertebrates, Bacteria Choice Board
They all have vascular tissue and root…
They both produce seeds.
Gymnosperms have cones and pine needle…
The process produces oxygen for us to…
What are the characteristics of all seed plants?
How are gymnosperms and angiosperms the same?
How are gymnosperms and angiosperms different?
Why is photosynthesis so important to life on Earth?
They all have vascular tissue and root…
What are the characteristics of all seed plants?
They both produce seeds.
How are gymnosperms and angiosperms the same?
Bacteria to Plants
Organisms
cell
unicellular
multicellular
a living thing
The basic unit of structure and function in an organism.
made of a single cell
consisting of many cells
Organisms
a living thing
cell
The basic unit of structure and function in an organism.
19 terms
Bacteria to plants
Organisms
Heterotroph
Autotrophs
Growth
Living thing with same characteristics as other things.
A alive thing that gets energy from a plant or a animal ex:hu…
A alive thing that can feed by itself ex:plants.
Something that grows,change, and gets bigger
Organisms
Living thing with same characteristics as other things.
Heterotroph
A alive thing that gets energy from a plant or a animal ex:hu…
28 terms
Bacteria to Plants
organism
cell
unicelluar
multicelluar
a living thing
the basic unit of structure and function in an organism
organism made up of one cell
organism made up of many cells
organism
a living thing
cell
the basic unit of structure and function in an organism
21 terms
Bacteria to Plants
Organism
Cell
Unicellular
Multicellular
A living thing
The basic unit of structure and function in an organism
A type of organism that is made up of a single cell
A type of organism that is made up of many cells
Organism
A living thing
Cell
The basic unit of structure and function in an organism
19 terms
Bacteria to Plants - Chapter 2
virus
host
parasite
bacteriophage
a tiny, nonliving particle that invades and then reproduces i…
an organism that provides a source of energy or a suitable en…
an organism that lives in or on a host and causes harm to the…
a virus that infects bacteria
virus
a tiny, nonliving particle that invades and then reproduces i…
host
an organism that provides a source of energy or a suitable en…
Plants animals bacteria
cell membrane
cell wall
mitochondria
chloroplast
plants, animals, & bacteria
plants & bacteria
plants & animals
PLANTS & only PLANTS
cell membrane
plants, animals, & bacteria
cell wall
plants & bacteria
74 terms
Marine Bio Invertebrates & plants
Invertebrate
General characteristics of animals
Symmetry body plan
Advantages of radial symmetry
Animals without backbones. 97% of all animals are invertebrat…
Eukaryotic, multicellular with at least a tissue-level organi…
Radial: Equal parts radiate out from a central point... Bilatera…
Can move and feed in any direction, regeneration of lost body…
Invertebrate
Animals without backbones. 97% of all animals are invertebrat…
General characteristics of animals
Eukaryotic, multicellular with at least a tissue-level organi…
Invertebrates & Plants Exam
Phylum Porifera
Structures of the sponge are:
What are the three types of sponge cel…
Sponge spicules
motile larvae, sessile adults,
Ostium/osculum, Spongeocoel, incurrent canals
Pinacocytes, Choanocytes, Amoebacytes
made of silicon, protein, or calcium
Phylum Porifera
motile larvae, sessile adults,
Structures of the sponge are:
Ostium/osculum, Spongeocoel, incurrent canals
Seed plants, animals(invertebrates)
3 parts of seeds
Benefits of producing seeds
Evolution of pollen
Benefits of pollen
Embryo (2n, diploid)... Food reserves... Seed coat
Allowed plants to delay germination until conditions were fav…
Wind or animal pollinators transfer pollen from male to femal…
Allows sexual reproduction to take place without liquid water
3 parts of seeds
Embryo (2n, diploid)... Food reserves... Seed coat
Benefits of producing seeds
Allowed plants to delay germination until conditions were fav…
13 terms
Bacteria and plants
Binomial nomenclature
Treat bacterial diseases
Treatments for viral diseases
Antibiotics
Scientific name
Antibiotics
No cure symptoms ... • rest, water, eat healthy
Treatment for bacterial infection
Binomial nomenclature
Scientific name
Treat bacterial diseases
Antibiotics
20 terms
From Bacteria to Plants: Chapter 2 Viruses and Bacteria
virus
bacteria
parasite
bacteriophage
A tiny, nonliving particle that invades and then reproduces i…
A single-celled organism with no nucleus; structured as eithe…
An organism that lives on or in a host and causes harm to the…
A virus that infects bacteria
virus
A tiny, nonliving particle that invades and then reproduces i…
bacteria
A single-celled organism with no nucleus; structured as eithe…
Bacteria to Plants
Flagella
fission
aerobe
anaerobe
long, thin whiplike structure that helps organisms move throu…
simplest form of asexual reproduction in which two new cells…
any organism that uses oxygen for respiration.
any organism that is able live without oxygen.
Flagella
long, thin whiplike structure that helps organisms move throu…
fission
simplest form of asexual reproduction in which two new cells…
25 terms
BACTERIA AND PLANTS
what is bacteria?
what do bacteria live on?
how many species of bacteria are o you…
true or false our body holds more bact…
are microscopic prokaryotes.
every organism both dead and alive.
hundreds.
that is true.
what is bacteria?
are microscopic prokaryotes.
what do bacteria live on?
every organism both dead and alive.
21 terms
bacteria to plants
Where is the genetic material located…
Why are viruses considered to be nonli…
How are viruses measured
Is a virus larger or smaller than a cell
Inner core
Bc they are not cells. They don't use energy to grow or respo…
Nanometers
Smaller
Where is the genetic material located…
Inner core
Why are viruses considered to be nonli…
Bc they are not cells. They don't use energy to grow or respo…
31 terms
Bacteria & Plants Vocabulary VMK
Eudicot
Dicot
angiosperms
archaea
member of a clade that contains the vast majority of flowerin…
a term traditionally used to refer to flowering plants that h…
any plant that is a flowering plant, which forms seeds inside…
one of two prokaryotic domains, the other being Bacteria, pla…
Eudicot
member of a clade that contains the vast majority of flowerin…
Dicot
a term traditionally used to refer to flowering plants that h…
Bacteria To Plants
organism
What organisms all have
cell
unicellular
a living thing
All living things have a cellular organization, contain simil…
The basic unit of structure and function in an organism.
A type of organism that is made up of a single cell.
organism
a living thing
What organisms all have
All living things have a cellular organization, contain simil…
science plants and invertebrates vertebrates
Animals are sorted into two groups bas…
Two groups of animals
5 types of vertebrates
give examples of each
backbones
vertebrates and invertebrates
bird, amphibian, reptile, fish, mammal
...
Animals are sorted into two groups bas…
backbones
Two groups of animals
vertebrates and invertebrates
17 terms
bacteria/plants
coccus
bacillus
spirillus
binary fission
round shaped bacteria
rod shaped bacteria
spiral shaped bacteria
reproduction of simple cells "splitting in two"
coccus
round shaped bacteria
bacillus
rod shaped bacteria
Plant Bacteria
2 observational bacterial signs
Color gram positive
color gram negative
2 types of flagella
ooze and bacterial streaming
blue
clear, but stained red
polar and peritrichous
2 observational bacterial signs
ooze and bacterial streaming
Color gram positive
blue
Science Seed Plant Quiz 7th Grade, Cell Purpose Animal, Invertebrates, Vertebrates, Bacteria Choice Board, Science Seed Plant Quiz 7th Grade, Cell Purpose Animal, Invertebrates, Vertebrates, Bacteria Choice Board, stuff
They all have vascular tissue and root…
They both produce seeds.
Gymnosperms have cones and pine needle…
The process produces oxygen for us to…
What are the characteristics of all seed plants?
How are gymnosperms and angiosperms the same?
How are gymnosperms and angiosperms different?
Why is photosynthesis so important to life on Earth?
They all have vascular tissue and root…
What are the characteristics of all seed plants?
They both produce seeds.
How are gymnosperms and angiosperms the same?
40 terms
From Bacteria to Plants: Chapter 4 The Plant Kingdom
photosynthesis
tissue
chloroplast
vacuole
A process used by plants and other autotrophs to capture ligh…
A collection of similar cells that perform a particular funct…
An organelle found in plant and algae cells where photosynthe…
Cell organelle that stores materials such as water, salts, pr…
photosynthesis
A process used by plants and other autotrophs to capture ligh…
tissue
A collection of similar cells that perform a particular funct…
28 terms
Bacteria, Protists, Plants
Bacteria
Cyanobacteria
Proteobacteria
Spirochetes
cell walls contain peptidoglycan
chlorophyll a
gram-negative
axial filaments
Bacteria
cell walls contain peptidoglycan
Cyanobacteria
chlorophyll a
29 terms
Biotech plants and invertebrates quiz
Mosses
Ferns
Sporophyte
Gametophyte
-in damp areas... -non-vascular land plants... -do not have water c…
-first vascular plants... -spore producing plants with a vascula…
Multicellular diploid form in the life cycle of organisms und…
Multicellular haploid form in the life cycle of organisms und…
Mosses
-in damp areas... -non-vascular land plants... -do not have water c…
Ferns
-first vascular plants... -spore producing plants with a vascula…
87 terms
bacteria/plants/animals
what are the three types of bacteria
parasite
saprophytes
autotrophs
parasites, saprophytes, and autotrophs
bacteria that lives in another organism, benefitting at the h…
decomposers
gain nutrients/energy from inorganic material
what are the three types of bacteria
parasites, saprophytes, and autotrophs
parasite
bacteria that lives in another organism, benefitting at the h…
133 terms
Stark Marine Biology - Plants and Invertebrates
Padina
Sargassum
Stypopodium
Turbinaria
brown algae
brown algae
brown algae
brown algae
Padina
brown algae
Sargassum
brown algae
96 terms
Bacteria, viruses, and plants
The first Eukaryotic cell fossils are...
coccus shape
Most bacteria are __________trophs
not found in a prokaryotic cell
around 2byo
round
chemoheterotrophs
mitochondria
The first Eukaryotic cell fossils are...
around 2byo
coccus shape
round
14 terms
Biology: Plants and Invertebrates Quiz
What's the difference between mosses a…
sporophyte
gametophyte
Vascular tissues
Mosses:... -division Bryophyta... -non-vascular land plants... Ferns:…
The multicellular diploid form in the life cycle of organisms…
The multicellular haploid from in the life cycle of organisms…
The Xylem and Phloem are vascular tissues. The Xylem are tube…
What's the difference between mosses a…
Mosses:... -division Bryophyta... -non-vascular land plants... Ferns:…
sporophyte
The multicellular diploid form in the life cycle of organisms…
Chp. 4(Bacteria to Plants)
photosynthesis
tissue
chloroplast
vacuole
the process by which plants and some other organisms capture…
a group of similar cells that perform a specific function in…
a plant structure in which photosynthesis occurs
a large sac-like storage area in a cell
photosynthesis
the process by which plants and some other organisms capture…
tissue
a group of similar cells that perform a specific function in…
Science Plants and Invertebrates
What is the colorful part of the flower?
What is the first plant to grow in bar…
How many cotyledons does a dicot have?
What is a tree with needlelike leaves…
Petal
Pioneer plants
Two
Conifer
What is the colorful part of the flower?
Petal
What is the first plant to grow in bar…
Pioneer plants
23 terms
Bacteria to Plants Ch 1
Organism
Cell
Unicellular
Multicellular
A living Thing.
The basic unit of structure and function in an organism.
single -celled organism.
Organisms that are composed of many cells.
Organism
A living Thing.
Cell
The basic unit of structure and function in an organism.
Plants - Animals - Bacteria - Cells
Nucleus/Nucleolus
Ribosomes
Endoplasmic Reticulum
Golgi Apparatus
Plants and Animals
Plants, Animals, and Bacteria
Plants and Animals
Plants and Animals
Nucleus/Nucleolus
Plants and Animals
Ribosomes
Plants, Animals, and Bacteria
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