6 Kingdoms Of Life Cell Walls

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  1. bleh. says:

    a few biology (multiple choice)?
    my life depends on this…

    Which of the following was not part of earth’s ancient atmosphere?
    Choose one answer.

    a. methane (CH4)

    b. oxygen (O2)

    c. ammonia (NH3)

    d. nitrogen gas (N2)

    4
    Marks: 1
    This organism lacks chloroplasts and cell walls. What kingdom does it belong to?
    Choose one answer.

    a. Plantae

    b. Fungi

    c. Moneran

    d. Animalia

    5
    Marks: 1
    Many scientists agree that in the history of the world, there have been _____ major times that numerous living organisms have become extinct.
    Choose one answer.

    a. 3

    b. 5

    c. 8

    d. 10

    6
    Marks: 1
    A human’s arm and a whale’s fin are examples of vestigial organs.
    Answer:
    True False

    7
    Marks: 1
    What formed during Miller and Urey’s experiment?
    Choose one answer.

    a. amino acids

    b. life

    c. DNA

    d. RNA

  2. Ashley M says:

    biology help 1?
    . The scientific name for humans is correctly written as __________.

    A. Homo Sapiens
    B. homo Sapiens
    C. Homo sapiens
    D. homo sapiens
    2. Out of the following, the smallest taxa is the __________.

    A. kingdom
    B. order
    C. class
    D. family
    3. The system for giving each species a two-part name was invented by ___________.

    A. Mendel
    B. Darwin
    C. Linnaeus
    D. Lamarck
    4. Using fossil evidence, scientists believe that the earliest life forms on earth were __________.

    A. eukaryotes
    B. prokaryotes
    C. animals
    D. fungi
    5. This organism lacks chloroplasts and cell walls. What kingdom does it belong to?

    A. Plantae
    B. Fungi
    C. Moneran
    D. Animalia
    6. Scientists that specialize in the classification of organisms are called __________.

    A. taxonomists
    B. zoologists
    C. botanists
    D. microbiologists

  3. HAHAHA says:

    6 kingdoms of life questions? help!?
    1. A scientist took a single organism, observed a set of cells from it and reported that it had no cell wall, but did have lysosomes, ribosomes, and chromosomes. The organism could have been___________.
    a. plant only
    b. animal only
    c. protozoan only
    d. animal or protozoan only

    2. One can tell from the genus name that Homo sapiens is_________.
    a. a man
    b. intelligent (sapient)
    c. similar to something else
    d. related to an ape

    3. which of the following is correctly ranked in increasing order in inclusiveness?
    a. genus, class, family, order
    b. species, family,order, class
    c. order, family, class, phylum
    d. kingdom, phylum, class, genus

    4. The system of binomial nomenclature was developed by_________.
    a. Charles Darwin
    b. Carolus Linnaeus
    c. Aristotle
    d. Antoine van Leeuwenhoek

    5. A genus can be divided into__________.
    a. Orders
    b. Species
    c. Phyla
    d. Families

    6. Carolus Linnaeus classified organisms based on similarities in________.
    a. habits
    b. habitat
    c. size
    d. structure

    7. The branch of biology that deals with naming and classifying organisms is__________.
    a. evolution
    b. genetics
    c. taxonomy
    d. binomial nomenclature

    8. Two members of the same__________ would be most closely related.
    a. class
    b. order
    c. family
    d. genus

    • Anonymous says:

      1. A scientist took a single organism, observed a set of cells from it and reported that it had no cell wall, but did have lysosomes, ribosomes, and chromosomes. The organism could have been___________.
      d. animal or protozoan only
      (We don’t really call them protozoans any more…)

      2. One can tell from the genus name that Homo sapiens is_________.
      a. a man

      3. which of the following is correctly ranked in increasing order in inclusiveness?
      b. species, family,order, class
      “Daily King Phillip Comes Over For Great Sex”
      Domain Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species

      4. The system of binomial nomenclature was developed by_________.
      b. Carolus Linnaeus

      5. A genus can be divided into__________.
      b. Species

      6. Carolus Linnaeus classified organisms based on similarities in________.
      d. structure

      7. The branch of biology that deals with naming and classifying organisms is__________.
      c. taxonomy

      8. Two members of the same__________ would be most closely related.
      d. genus

  4. Mandy D says:

    (PICK ABCD) Biology Questions HELP ME?(WHATEVER YOU CAN)?
    1.Using fossil evidence, scientists believe that the earliest life form on earth were____________?
    A.eukaryotes
    B.Prokaryotes
    C. Animals
    D.Fungi

    #2.This organism lacks chloroplasts and cell walls. What kingdom does it belong to?
    A.Plantae
    B.Fungi
    C.Moneran
    D. Animalia

    #3.This organism is a multicultural heterotroph that has cell walls. What kingdom does it belong to?
    A.Plantae
    B.Fungi
    C.Moneran
    D.protista

    #4.The hypothesis that evolution occurs at an irregular rate___________.
    A.is known as gradualism
    B.Is known as punctuated equilibrium
    C. is known as divergence
    D.is known as convergence

    #5.The taxan order consists of closely related__________.
    A.class
    B.families
    C.genus
    D.species

    #6.As the biological hierarchy is moved thought from the kingdom level down to the species level, organisms______________.
    A.Vary more and more
    B.Become less and less related to each other
    C.become more similar to each other.
    D.always are members of the same class

    #7.Which of the following is needed for a new species to develop?
    A.Relative
    B.Absolute
    C.Fossil
    D.Geological

    #8.The Finches that Darwin studied different in the shape of their bills. According to Darwin the finches___________.
    A.All had a common ancestor
    B.had been created by design that way
    C.All lived on the same island
    D.have the same diet

    #9.Where did the fist cell membranes come form?
    A.lipid droplets found on the water
    B.DNA molecules
    C.Hydrothermal vents
    D.Amino acids

    #10.Which of the following was not part of earths atmosphere?
    A.Methane
    B.oxygen
    C.Ammonia
    D.Nitrogen gas

    #11.Many scientists agree that in the history of the world, there have been___________major times that numerous living organisms have become extinct.
    A.3
    B.5
    C.8
    D.10

    #12.__________ was a concept written about by Charles Lyell. It means the present is the key to the past.
    A.Totalitarianism
    B.Gradualism
    C.Uniformitarianism
    D.Conceptualism

    • Anonymous says:

      1) B (bacteria were the first to evolve, and all bacteria are prokaryotes)
      2) D (animals don’t have cell walls)
      3) I don’t know
      4) B.Is known as punctuated equilibrium (Punctuated equilibrium states that evolution is very slow and then after a major event goes very quickly)
      5) B.families (It’s asking what comes after order on the taxonomic scale which is families)
      6) C.become more similar to each other. (species in the same genus are much more similar than species in the same kingdom)
      7) this question makes no sense. I’d talk to your teacher about how he worded the answers. If I were to take a guess, I’d say D because you need geographical isolation to speciate.
      8) A.All had a common ancestor (the finches were the animals that helped darwin figure out that all species share a common ancestor)
      9) I don’t know
      10) A: Methane
      11) B 5
      12) Uniformitarianism

  5. Santa says:

    Please answer! A few questions about the cell! (easy)?
    Whoever gets the most right I will thumbs up with all 7 of my Yahoo accounts, and I will declare best answer. Ready? P.s some are not about the cell.

    1.) It’s energy is used to make food- 3 letters
    2.)Energy used by plants to make food- 5 letters
    3.)Life’s food makers. It is a kingdom of organisms that have cell walls.-6 letters
    4.)Information Storage molecules. Structure that is of a double helix. It makes up chromosomes and genes.-3 letters
    5.)The cell’s protein factory. Puts amino acids 2gether 2 form proteins.-9 letters
    6.) Unwound DNA- 9 letters
    7.) The cell’s surroundings- 10 letters
    8.) Made of amino acids-7 letters
    9.) The digestive sacs of cells- 9 letters
    10.) Warehouse and shipping of cell. Made from endoplasmic reticulum.9 letters
    11.) A solid Lipid-3 letters Starts with FA
    12.) 75% of the cytoplasm is made up of this aqueous substance-5 letters
    13.)The microscope is used as a ___________ to help us see things that we otherwise couldn’t see. A band is named this.-4 letters
    14.) Latin for 1 or single-3 letters

    Lets see how SMART you are!

    • Anonymous says:

      1.) It’s energy is used to make food- 3 letters
      > ATP
      2.)Energy used by plants to make food- 5 letters
      > Light
      3.)Life’s food makers. It is a kingdom of organisms that have cell walls.-6 letters
      > Plants
      4.)Information Storage molecules. Structure that is of a double helix. It makes up chromosomes and genes.-3 letters
      > DNA
      5.)The cell’s protein factory. Puts amino acids 2gether 2 form proteins.-9 letters
      > Ribosomes
      6.) Unwound DNA- 9 letters
      > NO IDEA
      7.) The cell’s surroundings- 10 letters
      > Cell Membrane
      8.) Made of amino acids-7 letters
      > Protein
      9.) The digestive sacs of cells- 9 letters
      > Lysosomes
      10.) Warehouse and shipping of cell. Made from endoplasmic reticulum.9 letters
      > Golgi body
      11.) A solid Lipid-3 letters Starts with FA
      > Fat
      12.) 75% of the cytoplasm is made up of this aqueous substance-5 letters
      > Water
      13.)The microscope is used as a ___________ to help us see things that we otherwise couldn’t see. A band is named this.-4 letters
      > NO IDEA
      14.) Latin for 1 or single-3 letters
      > Uni

  6. shishir11355 says:

    why wasnt this called “Wicked Biological´╗┐ Classification: Kingdoms”?

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  8. Vergil902 says:

    yeah, with an action replay

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