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6th Science 4th 9 Wk

Microscope, Cell, & Classification

TermDefinition
Cells _____ are the building block all living organisms have in common.
Cell The smallest living unit of life is the _____ .
Nucleus The _____ controls all cell's activities.
Prokaryotic Cells that do not have a nucleus are called _____ .
Eukaryotic Cells that have a nucleus are called _____ .
it helps scientists to identify and group the various types of species based on the similarities and differences of their physical attributes or DNA. Classification of organisms is important to scientists, because _______________________________________________.
Archae, Bacteria, Eukarya The current three Domains of classifications are: _____ , _____ , and _____ .
Nucleus The main difference between the three is Archaea and Bacteria do not contain a _____ - Eukarya does.
Archaebacteria, Eubacteria, Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia The six Kingdoms currently recognized for classification are: _____ , _____ , _____ , _____ , _____ , and _____ .
Archaebacteria Kingdom _____ is under the Domain Archaea.
Eubacteria Kingdom _____ is under the Domain Bacteria.
Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia The 4 Kingdoms under the Domian Eukarya are: _____ , _____ , _____ , _____ .
Nucleus A _____ would not be found in a prokaryotic organism.
Cells Animals and Plants are made of a basic unit of structure called the _____ .
Autotrophic Plants are considered _____ .
Autotrophs A type of organism that produces its own food.
Heterotrophic Animals are considered _____ .
Heterotrophs A type of organism that must consume/ingest organic compounds.
Eukarya Pine trees and mushrooms belong to the _____ Domain.
Fungi An organism found on decomposing organic material, Eukaryotic cells, multicellular, heterotrophic, has a cell wall, & reproduces by budding. The organism belongs in the Kingdom _____ .
Autotrophic Plants: Autotrophic or Heterotrophic
Multicellular Plants: Single Cell or Multicellular
Eukarya Plants: _____ Kingdom
Cell Wall Plants: Cell Wall or No Cell Wall
Genetic Material, Identical An organism reproducing asexually would have the same _____ and look _____ to the parent.
Domain The first level of classification is _____ .
Multicellular An organism having many cells is _____ .
40x Low power has a magnification of 4 and the eyepiece has a magnification of 10. The total magnification is _____ .
low, course Always start on _____ power and use the _____ adjustment when focusing on a specimen.
100x Medium power has a magnification of 10 and the eyepiece has a magnification of 10. The total magnification is _____ .
400x High power has a magnification of 40 and the eypiece has a magnification of 10. The total magnification is _____ .
Created by: SHigh