Biology Quiz: Organisms and Their Characteristics

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1. What kind of organelles do photosynthetic Protista contain?

  • Multicellular and Unicellular

2. The main body of Fungi is called?

  • Mycelium

3. Plants produce ________ for our survival

  • Oxygen

4. What are the 2 transport plant tissues called?

  • Xylem and Phloem

5. What is the smallest group of Bryophytes?

  • Hornworts

6. A plant with a fibrous root system and leaves with parallel venation would also have?

  • None of the above

7. Where does pollen transfer on plants to start reproduction?

  • Stigma

8. If a farmer wanted a more loosely packed cluster of grapes, he would most likely spray the immature bunches with?

  • Gibberellins

9. Who formulated for the first time the Theory of evolution?

  • Lamarck

10. What is not inferred from Darwin's Theory?

  • None of the above

11. What is the main factor that induces extinction of certain species?

  • Human activities

12. What are Lancetets?

  • Are all members of the phylum chordate

13. What doesn't the hagfish have?

  • Not true eyes or jaw, and no stomach

14. How do amphibians keep warm or cool to survive?

  • Outside environment

15. Which part of the amniote's egg is responsible for storing waste?

  • Allantois

16. What is the stinging cell on the phylum Cnidaria?

  • Nematocyst

17. What is the characteristic of Phylum Porifera?

  • Does not have a nervous system

18. In the G-I system, what helps the flow of food in the cycle?

  • Gastrovascular cavity

19. How do bivalves feed themselves?

  • Bivalves are filter feeders

20. The typical number of larval stages in the life cycle of a nematode before sexual maturation is?

  • Four

21. Which of the following is a characteristic used to describe Mammals?

  • Endothermic

22. What type of structures can be infected by viruses?

  • They infect all types of cellular life including animals, plants, bacteria, and fungi

23. Characteristics of bacteria

  • Lack of membrane-bound organelles, unicellular, small (usually microscopic)

24. What is the sequence of replication of a virus?

  • Six steps: attachment, penetration, uncoating, replication, assembly, and release.

25. How does one classify bacteria?

  • Shapes

26. What are the different types of Fungus?

  • Zygomycota – Ascomycota – Basidiomycota – Deuteromycota

27. Which type of fungus contains toadstools, bird nests, and stink horns?

  • Basidiomycota aka Club Fungi

28. Bacteria can be both heterotrophic and autotrophic – True

29. When bacteria interchange DNA it's called transduction – True

30. Bacteria can be found in both prokaryotic and eukaryotic – False

31. A virus in its latent stages inside a host is called lytic – True

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