Systematics; Virus; bacteria; protists

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  1. Only life function carried out by viruses
    reproduction
  2. viral cycle that immediately takes over a cell
    lytic
  3. specific cell attacked by the HIV virus
    white blood cells
  4. Species that harbor virus but show no symptoms of disease
    reservoir
  5. Viral cycle that incorporates viral DNA and host DNA
    lysogenic
  6. Smallest known particles that are able to replicate
    viroids
  7. Abnormal forms of proteins that clump together inside cells
    prions
  8. outer protein coat of a virus
    capsid
  9. viruses that infect bacteria
    bacteriophage
  10. Eukaryotic multicellular heterotrophs; absorb nutrients from decaying organic material
    fungi
  11. Eukaryotic, multicellular, autotrophic
    plants
  12. Eukayotic, multicellular, heterotrophic, lack cell walls and chloroplasts
    animals
  13. Prokaryotic, unicellular, common and found everywhere
    bacteria
  14. Legionella pneumophilla, the bacteria that causes Legionnaries Disease, is in what genus?
    legionella
  15. Organisms that produce their own food by a process like photosynthesis or chemosynthesis are called _________.
    autotrophic
  16. This man developed the first classification system around 300 B.C.
    Aristotle
  17. The broadest, or most general, of all the taxa used to clasify organisms is that of the
    kingdom
  18. The most specific taxon in our modern day classfication system is that of the
    species
  19. _________ ____________ are there to represent the common ancestor between animals.
    Branching Points
  20. A structure that some bacteria form that is resistant to adverse environmental conditions is a(n) ____________.
    endospore
  21. Which process brings about an exchange of genetic info. between bacterial cells
    conjugation
  22. Penicillan kills bacteria by
    causing holes to develop in their cell walls
  23. The name strepococcus tells you that the bacteria are arranged as...
    long chains of round cells
  24. Bacteria that get their energy from the breakdown of inorganic compounds use the process called
    chemosynthesis
  25. a bacterial endospore...
    allows certain species to survive harsh conditions
  26. Antibiotics fight bacteria by...
    preventing the formation of a cell wall
  27. Spiral shaped bacteria
    spirilla
  28. Bacterial growth that resembles grapes
    staphlyo
  29. Ancient bacteria found in areas of high salt concentration
    eubacteria
  30. spherical shaped bacteria
    cocci
  31. decomposers
    saprophytes
  32. organism that produces its own food
    autotrophic
  33. layer of sticky protein and polysaccharides
    glycocalyx
  34. region of the bacteria cell where the large circular DNA is found
    capsule
  35. These amoebae are surrounded by calcium carbonate shells
    forams
  36. Type of slime mold that spends part of its life as an independent cell and when food is scarce the independent cells join together
    cellular
  37. This group of protists produces phycobilins as its primary pigment
    red algae
  38. The pourous shells of forams are known as
    tests
  39. Region of starch formation in the chloroplasts of green algae
    pyrenoids
  40. genome is the same sequence as the MRNA's
    positive sense
  41. MRNA's have complement any sequence to the DNA
    Negative sense

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