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3 ways viruses are classified
Shape, what they attack, their type of host
name 4 viral diseases
Common cold, mumps, warts, measles, AIDS, meningitis
what are 3 importances of bacteria?
Decomposers, spoil food, cause disease, make food (sauerkraut, yogurt)
which microorganism can antibiotics kill?
Bacteria, but not viruses
where are archaebacteria adapted to live?
in severe conditions
where are archaebacteria adapted to live?
in severe conditions
Why are fungi not considered to be plants/what do they lack?
They cannot photosynthesize, lacking chlorophyll
Volvox -
Algae
Paramecium -
Protozoan
Oedogonium -
Algae
Algae, protozoans, or fungi, which is a decomposer? Which is photosynthetic? Which is always one-celled?
fungi, algae, protozoan
spirogyra -
algae
plasmodium -
protozoan
mushroom -
fungi
yeast -
fungi
chlamydomonas -
algae
morel -
fungi
euglena -
protozoan
stentor -
protozoan
truffles -
fungi
what is the sponges symmetry?
asymmetrical
what is cnidarian's symmetry?
radial
what is echinoderms symmetry?
radial
earthworm's symmetry?
bilateral
what are the 3 worm phyla?
platyheminthes, nematoda, annelida
why are earthworms beneficial soil creatures?
they aerate and enrich soil
what system do starfish use to move?
the water vascular system
what are the 4 classes of mollusks?
Cephalopoda, Gastropoda, Bivalvia, Polyplacophora
4 traits of all chordates?
Postanal tail, dorsal nerve cord, dorsal notochord, gill pouches
Which 2 classes of vertabrates are warm blooded and have and have a 4-chambered heart?
Aves and mammalia
3 ways birds find their way?
Familiar landmarks, detection of the Earth’s electromagnetic field, position of the sun & moon in the sky
4 main flower parts
Sepals, petals, stamens, and pistil
what are the 3 main types of bryophytes?
Mosses, liverworts, & hornworts
what are the 3 vegetative parts of plants?
Roots, stems, & leaves
What is the dominant stage in the moss life cycle? In ferns and higher plants?
Gametophyte, sporophyte
What are the 4 orders of reptiles?
Rhyncocephalia, Squamata, Chelonia, Crocodilia
What are the 3 orders of amphibians?
Apoda, Anura, Urodela
To which class of mammals do humans belong?
primates
why are plants colorful?
To attract pollinators
3 functions of plant stems and roots
Store food, absorb water and minerals, anchor plant, transport water and food
Which group of plants may be either monocots or dicots?
angiosperms
name 4 gymnosperms
Fir, pine, cycad, ginkgo, spruce, yew