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Bio 1B Botany
Old Views of Animals vs. Plants
Five Kingdoms
Prokaryotes
Eukaryotes
-animals: can move about, have sensory and perceptive capabil…
(equally distributed)... 1. Plantae... 2. Fungi... 3. Animalia... 4. Prot…
-lack a nucleus and organelles... -represent only 1 kingdom in o…
-posses membrane- bound organelles ... -include protists, animal…
Old Views of Animals vs. Plants
-animals: can move about, have sensory and perceptive capabil…
Five Kingdoms
(equally distributed)... 1. Plantae... 2. Fungi... 3. Animalia... 4. Prot…
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Fungi LAB quiz- Biology 2
3 domains of life
What are the four kingdoms of Eukaraya?
Fungi belong to what super group
Fungi grow by extending threadlike fil…
1. Bacteria... 2. Archea ... 3. Eukaraya
1. protists... 2. Plants... 3. Animals... 4. Unikonta
Unikonta
hyphae
3 domains of life
1. Bacteria... 2. Archea ... 3. Eukaraya
What are the four kingdoms of Eukaraya?
1. protists... 2. Plants... 3. Animals... 4. Unikonta
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Ch. 31
there are about _____ species of Fungi…
there are about ____ million species o…
Kingdom Fungi is under domain ______
fungi is closely related to ______
100,000
1.5 million
Eukarya
animals
there are about _____ species of Fungi…
100,000
there are about ____ million species o…
1.5 million
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Chapter 21 Bio
Mycorrhizae
Fungi
Heterotroph
Zygomycota
A symbiotic relationship between a plant root and fungus
The kingdom which the fungi belong
An organism that cannot make its own food
The phylum of fungi that contains bread molds, water molds, b…
Mycorrhizae
A symbiotic relationship between a plant root and fungus
Fungi
The kingdom which the fungi belong
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BIOL 1002 Chapter 22 Outline
The Kingdom Fungi consists of organism…
Organisms in the Kingdom Fungi are all…
Most members of the Kingdom Fungi have…
the feeding network of a fungus
Eukaryotic and mainly multicellular
Heterotrophic;Absorption
Mycelium... Hyphae (singular hypha) ... Septa (singular septum)... Chi…
Mycelium
The Kingdom Fungi consists of organism…
Eukaryotic and mainly multicellular
Organisms in the Kingdom Fungi are all…
Heterotrophic;Absorption
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Bio test LAST TEST OF FRESHMAN YEAR
mutualism
fungi
autotroph
zygomycota
a mass of fungi hyphae live around the roots of true plants,…
the kingdom in which the fungi belong
term used to describe an organism that cannot make its own food
the phylum of fungi that contains bread molds, water molds, b…
mutualism
a mass of fungi hyphae live around the roots of true plants,…
fungi
the kingdom in which the fungi belong
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Biology
Biology
The Scientific Method
Theory
Characteristics of Life
the scientific study of life
1. Make an observation... 2. Form Hypothesis ... 3. Test Hypothesis…
An explanation that has been verified
1. Organization- living things consist of organized parts... 2.…
Biology
the scientific study of life
The Scientific Method
1. Make an observation... 2. Form Hypothesis ... 3. Test Hypothesis…
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SAT Biology 4
stabilizing selection
disruptive selection
directional selection
kin selection
a type of natural selection which does not change the average…
a type of natural selection that selects for either extreme
a type of natural selection that selects for one extreme
a type of natural selections that acts on closely related org…
stabilizing selection
a type of natural selection which does not change the average…
disruptive selection
a type of natural selection that selects for either extreme
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Bio Finals 2k15 (12,13,18,20,21)
Fungi
Heterotroph
Zygomycota
Ascomycota
The kingdom to which the fungi belong
An organism that cannot make its own food & gets its food fro…
Phylum of a fungi that contains bread molds, water molds, bli…
Phylum of the "sac" fungi & yeasts
Fungi
The kingdom to which the fungi belong
Heterotroph
An organism that cannot make its own food & gets its food fro…
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micro lab 14, micro lab 16, micro lab 17
domain
kingdom
mycology
fungi
eukarya
fungi
study of fungi
chemoheterotroph, multicellular except in yeasts, filamentous…
domain
eukarya
kingdom
fungi
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S104 general revision
What are the 3 Domains called?
What are the 6 Kingdoms called?
What are the 4 Kingdoms withing the Eu…
What is the Kingdom within the Bacteri…
Eukarya, Bacteria, and Archea
Animalia, Plantae, Protista, Fungi, Eubacteria, and Archea Ba…
Animalia, Plantae, Protista, and Fungi
Kingdom Eubacteria
What are the 3 Domains called?
Eukarya, Bacteria, and Archea
What are the 6 Kingdoms called?
Animalia, Plantae, Protista, Fungi, Eubacteria, and Archea Ba…
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Quiz 1 Bio
How many protons in a potassium atom
C6H12O6 How many atoms
Carbon has how many valence electrons
What is the atomic number of calcium
None of the above
None of the above
4
None of the above
How many protons in a potassium atom
None of the above
C6H12O6 How many atoms
None of the above
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Module 10: Classifying Life
Classification system
Biology
Five-kingdom system
Monera
A system for classifying things
The science of life in all its forms and observed facts
A convenient was to classify living organisms in biology
A kingdom in the five-kingdom system
Classification system
A system for classifying things
Biology
The science of life in all its forms and observed facts
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Strand 5 Evolution and Biodiversity
adaptation
biodiversity
evolution
homologous structure
inherited characteristic that inreases an organism's chance o…
the variety of organisms that exist in the biosphere
change over time; process by which modern organisms descended…
structures that have different mature forms but develop from…
adaptation
inherited characteristic that inreases an organism's chance o…
biodiversity
the variety of organisms that exist in the biosphere
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BIOL 1002 Chapter 22 Outline
The Kingdom Fungi consists of organism…
Organisms in the Kingdom Fungi are all…
Most members of the Kingdom Fungi have…
Mycelium
Eukaryotic and mainly multicellular
Heterotrophic;Absorption
Mycelium... Hyphae (singular hypha) ... Septa (singular septum)... Chi…
the feeding network of a fungus
The Kingdom Fungi consists of organism…
Eukaryotic and mainly multicellular
Organisms in the Kingdom Fungi are all…
Heterotrophic;Absorption
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Campbell Biology: Ninth Edition - Chapter 1: The Study of Life
Evolution
DNA
Biology
Emergent properties
____ is the process of change that has transformed life on Ea…
Deoxyribonucleic acid: a long linear polymer found in the nuc…
The scientific study of life
result from the arrangement and interaction of parts within a…
Evolution
____ is the process of change that has transformed life on Ea…
DNA
Deoxyribonucleic acid: a long linear polymer found in the nuc…
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4.3 Classification and Evolution
As you move up the classification taxa…
1. Allows clear global scientific comm…
Binomial nomenclature
The organism is in the genus Homo. The…
Classification of organisms is often described as being hiera…
Give 3 reasons for devising a classification system
What is the system of naming organisms known as?
Homo sapiens - what does this name tell you?
As you move up the classification taxa…
Classification of organisms is often described as being hiera…
1. Allows clear global scientific comm…
Give 3 reasons for devising a classification system
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Biology Final Chapter 21
Mutualism
Fungi
Heterotrophs
Zygomycota
When both organisms are benefiting
Kingdom fungi is in
An organism that can make its own food
The phylum that contains bread molds
Mutualism
When both organisms are benefiting
Fungi
Kingdom fungi is in
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Fungi
Fungi were classified with plants beca…
Most Fungi are ___________ of organic…
Fungi may also be ___________, feeding…
Fungi can be ___________, feeding on d…
photosynthetic
decomposers
parasitic
saprobic
Fungi were classified with plants beca…
photosynthetic
Most Fungi are ___________ of organic…
decomposers
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Biology EOC- Evolution
Evolution
Speciation
Gradualism
Species
The change in genetic composition of a population over succes…
The process in which new genetically distinct species evolve…
Model of evolution in which gradual change over a long period…
A group of similar organisms that can breed and produce ferti…
Evolution
The change in genetic composition of a population over succes…
Speciation
The process in which new genetically distinct species evolve…
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Exam 3 BIO 101 Principles of Biology
Microbe
Archaea
Bacteria
decomposer
A microorganism, especially a bacterium causing disease or fe…
Domain of single-celled microorganisms.
Spherical (like a ball)-... These are usually the simplest ones.…
an organism, especially a soil bacterium, fungus, or inverteb…
Microbe
A microorganism, especially a bacterium causing disease or fe…
Archaea
Domain of single-celled microorganisms.
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Chapter 19
Kingdom Mycota
decomposers
digestive enzymes
parasites
Fungi - important role in environment, function in decomposit…
obtain nutrients from dead and decaying plant and animal bodies
fungi produce this and secret them to the outside of bodies -…
fungi adapted to live in or on bodies of living organisms
Kingdom Mycota
Fungi - important role in environment, function in decomposit…
decomposers
obtain nutrients from dead and decaying plant and animal bodies
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bio test 1
biology
organization
all living things acquire energy and m…
responds to stimuli
study of life
life characteristic
life characteristic
life characteristic
biology
study of life
organization
life characteristic
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Ecology Vocabulary
ecologist
introduced species
anthropocentrism
anthropomorphism
scientists who study relationships between organisms and the…
a species that has been moved by humans from its normal habit…
the idea that humans are the central or most important organi…
giving human traits to non-human organisms--example: the anim…
ecologist
scientists who study relationships between organisms and the…
introduced species
a species that has been moved by humans from its normal habit…
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Chapter 1: The Scope of Biology
Science of Biology
What does science rely on a lot?
Biosphere
Ecosystem
studies the global scale of the entire planet down to the mic…
Technology: satellites, powerful microscopes, computers, calc…
all the parts of the planet that are inhabited by living thin…
the community of living things in an area along with the non-…
Science of Biology
studies the global scale of the entire planet down to the mic…
What does science rely on a lot?
Technology: satellites, powerful microscopes, computers, calc…
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MCAS Bio Strand 5 Evolution and Biodiversity
adaptation
allele frequency
biodiversity
evolution
inherited characteristic that inreases an organism's chance o…
how often a form of a gene appears in a gene pool
the variety of organisms that exist in the biosphere
change over time; process by which modern organisms descended…
adaptation
inherited characteristic that inreases an organism's chance o…
allele frequency
how often a form of a gene appears in a gene pool
42 terms
MCAS Bio Strand 5 Evolution and Biodiversity
adaptation
allele frequency
biodiversity
evolution
inherited characteristic that inreases an organism's chance o…
how often a form of a gene appears in a gene pool
the variety of organisms that exist in the biosphere
change over time; process by which modern organisms descended…
adaptation
inherited characteristic that inreases an organism's chance o…
allele frequency
how often a form of a gene appears in a gene pool
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micro lab 14
domain
kingdom
mycology
fungi
eukarya
fungi
study of fungi
chemoheterotroph, multicellular except in yeasts, filamentous…
domain
eukarya
kingdom
fungi
Chapter 21 Bio Test
A mass of fungal hyphae live around th…
The kingdom to which the fungi belong.
Term used to describe an organism that…
The phylum of fungi that contains brea…
Mycorrhizae
Fungi
Hetertroph
Zygomycota
A mass of fungal hyphae live around th…
Mycorrhizae
The kingdom to which the fungi belong.
Fungi
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Biology Final II
A mass of fungal hyphae live around th…
The kingdom to which the fungi belong.
Term used to describe an organism that…
The phylum of fungi that contains brea…
mycorrhizae
fungi
heterotrophs
zygomycota
A mass of fungal hyphae live around th…
mycorrhizae
The kingdom to which the fungi belong.
fungi
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1st 9 weeks Review - Gilmore
eukaryote
prokaryote
inferring
observing
Has a nucleus
No nucleus
explaining or interpreting the things you observe
using one or more of your senses to gather information
eukaryote
Has a nucleus
prokaryote
No nucleus
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Bio I Final
Hierarchy of Life
Emergent properties result from...
Reductionism
Systems Biology
biosphere... ecosystem... community... population... organism... organ syste…
interactions between components at the lower levels... occurs wi…
break down complex systems to simpler components
model whole system by studying interactions among parts
Hierarchy of Life
biosphere... ecosystem... community... population... organism... organ syste…
Emergent properties result from...
interactions between components at the lower levels... occurs wi…
Plant Pathology Exam 2 lecture7
Fungi Domain
Fungi Kingdom
Six Phyla of Fungi
Phyla of Fungi that are plant pathogens
Eukaryote
Fungi
Ascomycota... Basidiomycota... Chytridiomycota... Zygomycota... Glomeromy…
Ascomycota... Basidiomycota... Chytridiomycota... Zygomycota
Fungi Domain
Eukaryote
Fungi Kingdom
Fungi
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BJU Life Science - Chapter 9: The Microscopic World
bacteria
Kingdom Archaebacteria
Kingdom Eubacteria
binary fission
organisms that are microscopic, unicellular, and prokaryotic
bacteria which live in extreme environments and lack a certai…
bacteria that are the most common; do not prefer extreme envi…
a form of asexual reproduction in bacteria; duplication of DN…
bacteria
organisms that are microscopic, unicellular, and prokaryotic
Kingdom Archaebacteria
bacteria which live in extreme environments and lack a certai…
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Bio 1114: Bacteria, Archaea, Protists, and Fungi
Domain
Kingdom
Eukaryote vs. Prokaryote
The three domains of organisms
the highest level of the hierarchy... -three domains: bacteria,…
one level lower than Domain... -the domain Eukarya has 4 kingdom…
Eukaryotes have a DNA containing nucleus, prokaryotes do not
-Bacteria: single-celled, no nucleus (prokaryotes)... -Archaea:…
Domain
the highest level of the hierarchy... -three domains: bacteria,…
Kingdom
one level lower than Domain... -the domain Eukarya has 4 kingdom…
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Bio test 1
Clostridium Botulinum
C. Clostridium
Protista
RBC of a human
Strongest poison known to humans is produced by ...
All of the following are members of the same kingdom except :…
The catchall kingdom is kingdom ..
The protozoan that causes malaria reproduces in the ..
Clostridium Botulinum
Strongest poison known to humans is produced by ...
C. Clostridium
All of the following are members of the same kingdom except :…
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Evolution
Evolution
Homologous Structure
Analogous Structure
Vestigial Structure
The change in genetic composition of a population over succes…
Having similar structure and anatomical position (but not nec…
An anatomical structure in one species that is similar in fun…
A remnant of a structure that may have had an important funct…
Evolution
The change in genetic composition of a population over succes…
Homologous Structure
Having similar structure and anatomical position (but not nec…
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Unit 8: Evolution
Eubacteria
Archaebacteria
Fungi
Protista
organisms in this kingdom have prokaryotic cells and are unic…
organisms in this kingdom have prokaryotic cells and can live…
Organisms in this kingdom are reproduce using spores and get…
Organisms in this kingdom are eukaryotic but usually unicellu…
Eubacteria
organisms in this kingdom have prokaryotic cells and are unic…
Archaebacteria
organisms in this kingdom have prokaryotic cells and can live…
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3/22
this phylum includes penecilium
formed when positive and negative rhiz…
unicellular fungus
reproductive structure in mushrooms re…
phylum deuteromycota
zygote
yeast
basidium
this phylum includes penecilium
phylum deuteromycota
formed when positive and negative rhiz…
zygote
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Transgenic Organisms, Evolution
Transgenic Organism
Restriction Enzyme
Plasmid
Recombinant DNA
An organism that contains genes from other organisms
Enzyme that cuts DNA at a specific sequence of nucleotides
A circular piece of DNA found in bacteria
DNA produced by combining DNA from different sources
Transgenic Organism
An organism that contains genes from other organisms
Restriction Enzyme
Enzyme that cuts DNA at a specific sequence of nucleotides
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Biology 101 Ch 15
classification
genus
The Polynomial System
The Binomial System
Biologists categorize organisms into multilevel groupings
has been used since the time of the Greeks and Romans.
Until the mid-1700s, strings of long polynomials, up to 12 wo…
The classification scheme in universal use today, a binomial…
classification
Biologists categorize organisms into multilevel groupings
genus
has been used since the time of the Greeks and Romans.
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Bio 1002 Unit 2: The Diversity of Fungi
The Kingdom Fungi consists of organism…
Structural elements of members of King…
the feeding network of a fungus; usual…
threadlike filaments of a fungus; buil…
Eukaryotic, mainly multicellular, heterotrophic decomposers,…
Mycelium, Hyphae, Septa, Chitin, Spores
Mycelium
Hyphae
The Kingdom Fungi consists of organism…
Eukaryotic, mainly multicellular, heterotrophic decomposers,…
Structural elements of members of King…
Mycelium, Hyphae, Septa, Chitin, Spores
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Bio Test Ch.21
Fungi
Heterotroph
Zygomycota
Ascomycota
The kingdom to which the fungi belong
An organism that cannot make its own food & gets its food fro…
Phylum of a fungi that contains bread molds, water molds, bli…
Phylum of the "sac" fungi & yeasts
Fungi
The kingdom to which the fungi belong
Heterotroph
An organism that cannot make its own food & gets its food fro…
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Bio Test 3
Domain Archaea
Domain Bacteria
Domain Eukarya
Kingdom Protista
Extremophiles
Single celled
Multicellular organisms
Simplest, animal/plant/fungi like
Domain Archaea
Extremophiles
Domain Bacteria
Single celled
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Communications
Biology
Discovery Science
Genome
Science
is the scientific study of life
verifiable observation
The genentic material of an organism or virus, inherits
any method of learning about the natural world that follows t…
Biology
is the scientific study of life
Discovery Science
verifiable observation
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Module 1-Biological Diversity (Domain, Kingdom etc)
Criteria for something to be alive
Metabolism
Photosynthesis
Herbivores
1. All life forms contain DNA... 2. All life forms have a method…
The process by which a living organism takes energy from its…
The process by which a plant uses the energy of sunlight and…
Organisms that eat plants exclusively
Criteria for something to be alive
1. All life forms contain DNA... 2. All life forms have a method…
Metabolism
The process by which a living organism takes energy from its…
71 terms
Chapter 1: The Scope of Biology
Science of Biology
What does science rely on a lot?
Biosphere
Ecosystem
studies the global scale of the entire planet down to the mic…
Technology: satellites, powerful microscopes, computers, calc…
all the parts of the planet that are inhabited by living thin…
the community of living things in an area along with the non-…
Science of Biology
studies the global scale of the entire planet down to the mic…
What does science rely on a lot?
Technology: satellites, powerful microscopes, computers, calc…
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Morphology
What domain are fungi in?
Do fungi have motility?
What are the cell walls of fungi made…
What is a saprophyte
Eukarya
No
Chitin
An organism that decomposes dead organic material
What domain are fungi in?
Eukarya
Do fungi have motility?
No
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Biology Weird Life
Fish
Reptiles
Algae
Amphibians
An ectothermic vertebrate that lives in the water and has fins.
vertebrates that live on land, scales cover body, lay eggs, c…
Plantlike protists
A group of vertebrate animals such as toads that do not lay e…
Fish
An ectothermic vertebrate that lives in the water and has fins.
Reptiles
vertebrates that live on land, scales cover body, lay eggs, c…
44 terms
Fungi
fungi (domain eukarya, kingdom fungi)…
unlike animals, fungi release digestiv…
a few fungi are p-----------, but most…
along with bacteria, fungi play an imp…
stucturally... heterotrophs
...
parasitic... sapotrophs... plants... animals... microbes
organic molecules photosyn
fungi (domain eukarya, kingdom fungi)…
stucturally... heterotrophs
unlike animals, fungi release digestiv…
...
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