Biology 2

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  1. All of the following kingdoms contain eukaryotes except:
    Monera
  2. Which kingdom can be described as nonmontile multicellular photosynthetic eukaryotes whose reproduction is predominantely sexual?
    Plantae
  3. Which of these is are found in all viruses?
    capsid and nucleic acid core
  4. The production of DNA from an RNA template during the retrovirus life cycle results from which of the following?
    reverse transcription
  5. The lysogenic cycle can be distringuished form the lytic cycle by which of the following?
    The viral DNA becomes incorporated into the host DNA and The viral DNA becomes a prophage.
  6. Order
    Family, phylum order class genus
  7. Facultative anaerobes:
    are able to grow in either the presence or absense of oxygen.
  8. Which of these plant tissue types is composed of sieve tube cells and companion cells?
    phloem
  9. Unlike autotrophic bacteria, heterotrophic bacteria:
    are often decomposers.
  10. Which of the following are chemoautotrophic organisms?
    nitrifying bacteria and methanogens.
  11. What feature did we use to separate the protozoans into four groups?
    type of locomotor organelle.
  12. Protozoans are the ______-like protists; algae are the ______-like protists.
    anima plant
  13. Which of the following is mismatched.
    cilla-trypanosoma
  14. Some golden brown algae and some dinoflagellates are mixotrophic, meaning that they:
    are both heterotrophic and autotrophic.
  15. Which of the following are characterized by cytoplasmic strands known as plasmodesmata?
    sieve-tube cells
  16. Thermoacidophiles are bacteria that live anaerobically in the intestinal tracts of animals.
    false
  17. Algae
    all of the above.
  18. fungi
    haploid life cycle
  19. plants
    alternation of generations life cycle.
  20. animals
    diploid life cycle.
  21. Which of the following are characteristic of Ulva?
    the gametes look identical and both generations of the sexual life cycle look identical.
  22. Foraminiferans are named for openings in their tests called foramina. What extense through the foramina?
    pseudopods
  23. Which of the following is are involved in the transport of water and minerals from the roots toward the leaves?
    xylem, vessel elements, tracheids.
  24. Sexual reproduction by conjugation occurs in which of the following?
    Spirogyra and Paramecium.
  25. The collection of Rhizopus hyphae on bread or fruit is:
    mycelium and a form of black bread mold.
  26. The organisms that cause chestnut blight and Dutch elm disease are:
    in the same phylum as red bread mold.
  27. Most fungi are multicellular saprotrophic decomposers?
    true
  28. Fungi differe from plants partly because fungal cell walls contain silica rather than cellulose and fungal cells store glycogen rather than starch.
    false
  29. Saccharomyces is a fungus that causes vaginitis and oral thrush.
    false
  30. Members of Phylum Zygomycota produce a zygospore during sexual reproduction.
    true
  31. Sac fungi produce an ascus and ascospores during asexual reproduction.
    false
  32. _________ tissue transports water and nutrients within the place; ______ tissue conmtains guard cells.
    vascular; epidermal
  33. Spore formation is fungi may be a result of which of the following?
    sexual reproduction, meiosis, mitosis. (all of the above)
  34. Which of the following is mismatched?
    suctoria-potato famine in Ireland.
  35. Which of the following is motile?
    sporozoans and Claviceps purpurea
  36. Which of the following is are generally true of mosses?
    They lack vascular tissue.
  37. Bacteriophages are:
    obligate intracellular parasites
  38. The sporophyte is dominant in which of the following?
    vacular plants, club mosses, gymnosperms. (all of the above)
  39. Which of the following does not have naked seeds?
    angiosperms.
  40. Which of the following terms may apply to angiosperms?
    herbaceous and perennial
  41. The reproductive organs of angiosperms are found in:
    flowers
  42. Monocots are almost always herbaceous
    true.
  43. From bottom or base to top, the parts of the carpel are stigma, style, and ovary.
    false
  44. Seedless vascular plants include all of the following except:
    peat moss.
  45. megaspore
    egg bearing structures or cells.
  46. microspore
    sperm bearing structures or cells.
  47. generative cell
    sperm bearing structures or cells.
  48. anther
    sperm bearing structures or cells.
  49. Which of the following statements is incorrect concerning the structure of dicot roots?
    The star chaped phloem is located in the center of the vascular cylinder, with xylem arranged between the arms of the phloem.
  50. Microspores and megaspores result from _____ of the mother cell: the embryo sac and pollen grain result form ___ of the microspore and megaspore.
    meiosis; mitosis
  51. Double fertlization requires _____ sperm and results in ______ cells with a total of ____ chromosomes.
    two; two; 5n
  52. Which of the following is are not bryophytes?
    club moss
  53. The Greek word rhizion, which helps form the word mycorrhizae, means:
    root
  54. HJalobacterium lives in which of the following enviroments?
    in salt ponds.
  55. The greek word for "red" forms part of the name for which of the following biological pigaments?
    Phycoerythrin
  56. Underground, horizontal stems are known as:
    rhizomes
  57. Which of the following is are flagellated?
    bryophyte sperm.
  58. The "red tide" is the overgrowth of which of the following?
    dinogladellates
  59. ______ is the least specialized of the ground tissues; _______ is the ground tissue that consists primarily of non living cells.
    none of the above.
  60. Which of the following is the tissue that contains cells whose walls may become impregnated with the polysaccharid lignin?
    ground
  61. The greek word phyton, which forms part of several words in this unit, means
    plant
  62. What ist he term that indicates a flower contains both stamens and carpel?
    bisexual
  63. Nodes on stolons and roots may give rise to new plants by a form of asexual reproduction known as vegetative
    propagation
  64. In the life cycle of angiosperms, the ovary ultimately becomes what part of the plant?
    fruit
  65. In the life cycle of angiosperms, the ovule ultimately becomes what part of the plant?
    seed
  66. Name the fruiting body of a mushroom
    basidiocarp
  67. Secondary growth in woody plants is associated with which two lateral meristems?
    • vascular cambium
    • cork cambium

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