Science - The Three Domains of Life

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  1. What are the Three Domains of Life?
    • Domain Archaea
    • Domain Eukarya
    • Domain Eubacteria
  2. Is Domain Archaea prokaryotic or eukaryotic?
    Prokaryotic
  3. Is Domain Archaea unicellular or multicellular?
    Unicellular
  4. Which Domain is the oldest?
    How old is it?
    • Domain Archaea
    • 3,000,000 years old
  5. Where do organisms in Domain Archaea live?
    Extreme areas where other organisms can't survive - hot springs, volcanoes, freezing temperatures
  6. Is Domain Eubacteria prokaryotic or eukaryotic?
    Prokaryotic
  7. Is Domain Eubacteria unicellular or multicellular?
    Unicellular
  8. Where do organisms in Domain Eubacteria live?
    EVERYWHERE (human body, soil, water)
  9. What are examples of eubacteria that help us?
    Escherichia coli (E Coli - makes Vitamin K)
  10. What are examples of eubacteria that causes us problems?
    Ear infections, sinus infections, strep throat, and lyme disease
  11. What do all organisms in Domain Eukarya have?
    • A nucleus
    • Membrane-covered organelles
    • Linear DNA
  12. What are the Four Kingdoms in Domain Eukarya?
    • Kingdom Protista
    • Kingdom Fungi
    • Kingdom Plantae
    • Kingdom Animalia
  13. Is Kingdom Protista prokaryotic or eukaryotic?
    Eukaryotic
  14. Is Kingdom Protista unicellular or multicellular?
    Both unicellular and multicellular
  15. What does phytoplankton produce?
    • Most of the world's oxygen
    • Food for other water-dwelling organisms
  16. Diatoms are used for:
    Making toothpaste, filters, and insulation
  17. Giardia causes:
    Diarrhea and severe stomach cramps
  18. Plasmodium causes:
    Malaria
  19. Is Kingdom Fungi prokaryotic or eukaryotic?
    Eukaryotic
  20. Is Kingdom Fungi unicellular or multicellular?
    Multicellular
  21. Are organisms in Kingdom Fungi autotrophs or heterotrophs?
    Autotrophs
  22. Organisms in Kingdom Fungi obtain food by:
    Secreting digestive juices onto a food source, then absorbing the substance
  23. Since organisms in Kingdom Fungi obtain food by eating other dead organisms, they are called?
    Decomposers
  24. What are some examples of fungi?
    Mushrooms, yeast, and mold
  25. What are lichens?
    Combinations of fungus and an alga that grow intertwined
  26. Is Kingdom Plantae prokaryotic or eukaryotic?
    Eukaryotic
  27. Is Kingdom Plantae unicellular or multicellular?
    Multicellular
  28. Are organisms in Kingdom Plantae autotrophs or heterotrophs?
    Autotrophs
  29. Organisms in Kingdom Plantae use chlorophyll to?
    Make their own food
  30. Organisms in Kingdom Plantae have ____ surrounding their cells for strength and support.
    Cell walls
  31. Organisms in Kingdom Plantae have ________ to ___________.
    Cuticles - help keep them from drying out
  32. Organisms in Kingdom Plantae reproduce with _____ or _______.
    Spores or sex cells
  33. Vascular tissues with Xylem carry _____.
    Water
  34. Vascular tissues with Phloem carry _____.
    Food
  35. What are some examples of nonvascular plants?
    Mosses and Liverworts
  36. What are some examples of vascular no seed plants?
    Ferns
  37. What are some examples of vascular nonflowering plants with seeds?
    Conifers (trees with cones) and cycads
  38. What are vascular nonflowering plants with seeds called?
    Gymnosperms
  39. What are some examples of vascular flowering plants with seeds?
    Dandelions, maple trees, milkweed plants, and hibiscus plants.
  40. What are vascular flowering plants with seeds called?
    Angiosperms
  41. Is Kingdom Animalia prokaryotic or eukaryotic?
    Eukaryotic
  42. Are organisms in Kingdom Animalia unicellular or multicellular?
    Multicellular
  43. Are organisms in Kingdom Animalia autotrophs or heterotrophs?
    Heterotrophs
  44. All organisms in Kingdom Animalia have ______.
    Cell membranes
  45. Organisms in Kingdom Animalia usually reproduce by _______.
    Sexual reproduction
  46. Organisms in Kingdom Animalia develop from ______.
    Embryos
  47. Organisms in Kingdom Animalia have specialized _______.
    Parts - tissues and organs
  48. Organisms in Kingdom Animalia have the ability to ______.
    Move
  49. What are the 6 Phyla in the Animal Kingdom?
    Cnidaria, Mollusca, Annelida, Arthropoda, Echinodermata, Chordata
  50. To be an autotroph means that?
    You can make your own food
  51. To be a heterotroph means that?
    You rely on other organisms for food
  52. To be nonvascular, you ______.
    Can't have tubes
  53. To be vascular, you ______.
    Can have tubes
  54. What are some examples of organisms in Phyla Cnidaria?
    Jellyfish, hydra, and coral
  55. What are some examples of organisms in Phyla Mollusca?
    Squid and clams
  56. What are some examples of organisms in Phyla Annelida?
    Earthworms and leeches
  57. What are some examples of organisms in Phyla Arthropoda?
    Mosquitos and tarantulas
  58. What are some examples of organisms in Phyla Enchinodermata?
    Sea stars and sea cucumbers
  59. What are some examples of organisms in Phyla Chordata?
    Humans and sea squirts

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