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Biology Test Review

Comprehensive test Review

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Natural selection is also known as? Survival of the fittest
What is an example of Natural Selection? A lion eating a Hyena
If organisms in the past have similar structures to organisms in the present this means they share what? common ancestors
What is an example of homologous structures? Human arm and bat wing
What is a sudden change in DNA sequence called? Mutation
If a new mutation occurs in the bear population. What factor can determine if the frequency of the mutation increase? If the mutation increases chance of survival
If two dissimilar (different) organisms share similar genes it means the organism Share a common ancestor
What happens to the light colored moths during the Industrialization in England? The pollution made it easier for them to stand out and become prey.
Isolation do not allow species to breed. What is the geographical behavior and temporal isolation of Geographical Separated by a river, mountain, etc.
Isolation do not allow species to breed. What is the geographical behavior and temporal isolation of Behavioral Separated by different mating songs or behavior
Isolation do not allow species to breed. What is the geographical behavior and temporal isolation of Temporal Separated by different mating times
All organisms have DNA made up of the same components? True
How does the structure for Virus work? Only capsid plus genetic material
How does the Structure for Living cell work? A lot of organelles
How does the reproduction of Virus work? Cannot reproduce on its own
How does the reproduction of a Living cell work? Living cells can reproduce
How does the genetic material of a virus work DNA or RNA
How does the genetic material of a Living cell work? DNA or RNA
How does the growth and development of a virus work? There is no growth and Development
How does the growth and development of Living cell work? Yes there is growth and Development
Does the virus obtain and use Energy No it does not use Energy
Does the Living cell obtain and use Energy Yes it does use Energy
Does the Virus response to Environment No it does not response to the Environment
Does the Living Cell response to the Environment Yes it does response to the Environment
Does the Virus change overtime Yes it does change overtime
Does the living cell change overtime Yes it does change overtime
What two characteristic do viruses and living cells share with each other? genetic material and evolves overtime
Where are the instructions for making new copies of viruses ? DNA or RNA
Viral diseases can be prevented with what? Vaccine
Viral Diseases can not be treated with what? Antibiotics
What do viruses do when they invade your cells? Burst the host cell
Is Influenza a Bacteria or Virus? Virus
Is Common cold a Bacteria or Virus Virus
Is HIV a Bacteria or Virus Virus
Is Food poisoning a Bacteria or Virus Bacteria
What does HIV/AIDS do to your immune system? Weakens your immune system
Which two levels of classification are used to name an organism? genes and species
In the scientific name which of the terms is capitalized? Genes
List the most specific of the seven levels of classification Species
List the second most specific of the seven levels of classification Genes
List the third most specific of the seven levels of classification Family
List the fourth most specific of the seven levels of classification order
list the fifth most specific of the seven levels of classification Class
List the six most specific of the seven levels of classification Phylum
List the most broad of the seven levels of classification Kingdom
The projections on the surface of this virus allows the virus to Attach to a host cell
Having a standard taxonomic system benefits the scientific community by allowing scientist from all over the world to do which of the following? Have common understanding in the classification of organisms
Based on a dichotomous key and a microscope how should the animal be classified? Platyhelminthes
Arthropods are joint legged animals. What are examples of the many types of Arthropods? Spiders, crabs, pill bugs, centipedes, and millipedes
Which one of the example Arthropods are closely related? Arthropods of the same species
Methanogens, thermophiles, and halophiles are some of the most primitive life forms found on Earth and thrive in very harsh environments. These unicellular, prokaryotic organisms most likely belong to which Kingdom? Archaebacteria
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