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st 1 Nine Weeks Review Living Things and Viruses Ecology Classification Jeopardy Test Review

st 1 Nine Weeks Review Living Things and Viruses Ecology Classification Jeopardy Test Review Game

Virus Bacteria Protist Classification Ecology 100 100 100 200 200 200 300 300 300

Virus Bacteria Protist Classification Ecology 100 100 100 200 200 200 300 300 300 400 400 400 500 500 500

Name the two basic parts of a virus.

Name the two basic parts of a virus.

protein coat and inner core

protein coat and inner core

What is a virus?

What is a virus?

tiny, non-living particle that invades a cell and multiplies

tiny, non-living particle that invades a cell and multiplies

How is a virus like a parasite?

How is a virus like a parasite?

It needs a host to reproduce.

It needs a host to reproduce.

What is in the inner core of a virus?

What is in the inner core of a virus?

genetic material

genetic material

What is the best treatment for a virus?

What is the best treatment for a virus?

bed rest and plenty of fluids

bed rest and plenty of fluids

How are bacteria classified?

How are bacteria classified?

prokaryote

prokaryote

______ bacteria obtain food by consuming autotrophs and heterotrophs.

______ bacteria obtain food by consuming autotrophs and heterotrophs.

Heterotrophic

Heterotrophic

Genetic material is passed from one bacterium to another across a thread-like bridge during

Genetic material is passed from one bacterium to another across a thread-like bridge during _______.

conjugation

conjugation

During _______ a parent cell copies its genetic material and splits in half to

During _______ a parent cell copies its genetic material and splits in half to create 2 new cells that look exactly like the parent cell.

binary fission

binary fission

Name 4 ways that bacteria move.

Name 4 ways that bacteria move.

flagellum, water, air, other organisms, and other objects

flagellum, water, air, other organisms, and other objects

A protist is classified as a _____.

A protist is classified as a _____.

eukaryote

eukaryote

Animal-like protists are commonly called _______.

Animal-like protists are commonly called _______.

protozoans

protozoans

What are plant-like protists commonly called?

What are plant-like protists commonly called?

algae

algae

What animal-like characteristic does a euglena have? HINT: food source

What animal-like characteristic does a euglena have? HINT: food source

They can be heterotrophs.

They can be heterotrophs.

What plant-like characteristic does a euglena have? HINT: food source

What plant-like characteristic does a euglena have? HINT: food source

They can be autotrophs.

They can be autotrophs.

Who was the scientist that first put organisms into groups according to where they

Who was the scientist that first put organisms into groups according to where they lived and whether or not they had blood?

Aristotle

Aristotle

Who was the “father of taxonomy”?

Who was the “father of taxonomy”?

Linnaeus

Linnaeus

Which group of organisms includes only multicellular heterotrophs? a. plants b. animals c. protists

Which group of organisms includes only multicellular heterotrophs? a. plants b. animals c. protists d. bacteria

b. animals

b. animals

True of False: The more levels of classification that two organisms share, the less

True of False: The more levels of classification that two organisms share, the less they have in common.

false

false

List the major levels of classification from the highest level to the lowest level.

List the major levels of classification from the highest level to the lowest level.

Domain Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species

Domain Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species

Members of one species in a particular area are referred to as a ________.

Members of one species in a particular area are referred to as a ________.

population

population

What is a limiting factor?

What is a limiting factor?

an environmental factor that causes a population to decrease

an environmental factor that causes a population to decrease

Name two of the three processes that are part of the water cycle.

Name two of the three processes that are part of the water cycle.

condensation, evaporation, precipitation

condensation, evaporation, precipitation

An organism that eats only plants.

An organism that eats only plants.

What is an herbivore?

What is an herbivore?

Which of the following shows the most likely path of energy flow in a

Which of the following shows the most likely path of energy flow in a food chain? a. sun—producer--consumer b. sun—decomposer— consumer c. decomposer—producer-consumer

a. sun—producer-consumer

a. sun—producer-consumer

MORE VIRUS MORE BACTERIA MORE PROTIST MORE CLASSIFICATION MORE ECOLOGY 200 100 200 100

MORE VIRUS MORE BACTERIA MORE PROTIST MORE CLASSIFICATION MORE ECOLOGY 200 100 200 100 400 200 400 200 600 300 600 300 800 400 800 400 1000 500 1000 500

Why doesn’t the doctor prescribe an antibiotic for a viral infection?

Why doesn’t the doctor prescribe an antibiotic for a viral infection?

An antibiotic cannot destroy the outer protein coat of a virus.

An antibiotic cannot destroy the outer protein coat of a virus.

What is the only characteristic that viruses share with living things?

What is the only characteristic that viruses share with living things?

They can multiply.

They can multiply.

How does a virus move?

How does a virus move?

air, food, water, or contact with a contaminated person or object

air, food, water, or contact with a contaminated person or object

Why are viruses considered non-living particles?

Why are viruses considered non-living particles?

They do not show all the characteristics of living things.

They do not show all the characteristics of living things.

Name a common virus.

Name a common virus.

chicken pox, common cold, influenza (flu)

chicken pox, common cold, influenza (flu)

A bacteria is classified as a(n)_____ because it _____ have a nucleus.

A bacteria is classified as a(n)_____ because it _____ have a nucleus.

A bacteria is classified as a prokaryote because it does not have a nucleus.

A bacteria is classified as a prokaryote because it does not have a nucleus.

Name a common bacterial infection.

Name a common bacterial infection.

strep throat or staph infection

strep throat or staph infection

What process results in bacteria that are genetically different?

What process results in bacteria that are genetically different?

conjugation

conjugation

Name two shapes of bacteria.

Name two shapes of bacteria.

spherical, rod-like, or spiral

spherical, rod-like, or spiral

What determines the shape of a bacterial cell?

What determines the shape of a bacterial cell?

the make up of the cell wall

the make up of the cell wall

What structure allows an amoeba to move?

What structure allows an amoeba to move?

pseudopods

pseudopods

What structure allows a paramecium to move?

What structure allows a paramecium to move?

cilia

cilia

What structure allows a euglena to move?

What structure allows a euglena to move?

flagellum

flagellum

An amoeba is considered a(n) _____ protist. a. animal-like b. plant-like c. fungus-like

An amoeba is considered a(n) _____ protist. a. animal-like b. plant-like c. fungus-like

a. animal-like

a. animal-like

A euglena is considered a(n) _____ protist. a. animal-like b. plant-like c. fungus-like

A euglena is considered a(n) _____ protist. a. animal-like b. plant-like c. fungus-like

b. plant-like

b. plant-like

Who developed the classification system called binomial nomenclature?

Who developed the classification system called binomial nomenclature?

Linnaeus

Linnaeus

Explain the correct way to write your scientific name.

Explain the correct way to write your scientific name.

The first letter of the first word must be capitalized, and the entire name

The first letter of the first word must be capitalized, and the entire name should be italicized. If you handwrite the scientific name, it must be underlined.

What is the study of how living things are classified?

What is the study of how living things are classified?

taxonomy

taxonomy

What is the scientific name for humans?

What is the scientific name for humans?

Homo sapiens

Homo sapiens

Which domain(s) include(s) only prokaryotes?

Which domain(s) include(s) only prokaryotes?

Archaea and Bacteria

Archaea and Bacteria

What is the study of how living things interact with each other and their

What is the study of how living things interact with each other and their environment?

ecology

ecology

Define biotic factors.

Define biotic factors.

Biotic factors are the living things in a habitat.

Biotic factors are the living things in a habitat.

Define abiotic factors.

Define abiotic factors.

Abiotic factors are the nonliving resources in a habitat.

Abiotic factors are the nonliving resources in a habitat.

Water, sunlight, and temperature are examples of ______ factors.

Water, sunlight, and temperature are examples of ______ factors.

abiotic factors

abiotic factors

Members of different populations in a particular area are referred to as a ______.

Members of different populations in a particular area are referred to as a ______.

community

community