Biology ch 1 Connect 1

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Biology ch 1 Connect 1
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  1. Organisms may consist of just one cell and are called?
    Unicellular
  2. The taxonomic group kingdom is divided into smaller groups called __.
    phyla
  3. The most inclusive diological taxon is the _____.
    Domain
  4. Taxonomy classifications
    • Domain
    • Kingdom
    • Phylum
    • class
    • order
    • family
    • genus
    • species

    Did king philip come over for good soup?
  5. Which of these domains contain prokaryotes?
    Eukarya
    Archaea
    Bacteria
    • Archaea
    • Bacteria
  6. The study of evolutionary relationships between organsims is known as _____.
    Systematics
  7. Experimental design often involves comparing a test group to a(n) ________ group in order to determine the effects of the experimental variable.
    control
  8. After collecting and interpreting data, a hypothesis is either accepted or rejected. This decision is called the ____
    Conclusion
  9. Which of the following allows a scientist to think creatively about isolated facts and come up with a hypothesis?
    Inductive reasoning
  10. An organism, like a bacterium, that lacks a membrane-bounded nucleus and membranous organelles is called a _____
    Prokaryote
  11. properties that are determined by interactions between individual parts of a system are called ______ properties.
    emergent
  12. A ____ would have emergent properties that a plasma membrane, organelles and cytoplasm would not.
    Cell
  13. Are animals Eukaryotes or prokaryote?
    Eukaryotes
  14. Which are components of cell theory?

    Cells only arise from preexisting cells
    all cells have a nucleus
    all living things are made of cells
    similar cells form tissues in multicellular organisms
    cells are either prokaryotic or eukaryotic
    • Cells only arise from preexisting cells
    • all living things are made of cells
  15. levels of biological organizatin build upon the previous level and exhibit properties known as ______ properties,
    emergent
  16. The study of evolutionary relationships between organisms is known as _________.
    Systematics.
  17. Which has more support in the scientific community?
    principle 
    theory
    Principle
  18. Plants, animals and fungi are examples of which taxonomic level?
    Domain
    Phylum
    Kingdom
    Class
    Kingdom
  19. The term metabolsim encompasses all the ______ reactions that occur in cells?
    biochemical
  20. Interacting populations within a particular area are called a ______.
    community
  21. The responding variable is:
    part of the hypothesis
    result of the factor being tested
    the factor being tested
    supported by the conclusion
    result of the factor being tested.
  22. A _____ contains members of the same species in one area, whereas a ________ contains populations of different species in one area.
    • Pupulation
    • Community
  23. What are they three domains?
    Archaea, Bacteria, and Eukarya
  24. Plants, animals, fungi, and protists are groupings within the domain ____.
    Eukarya

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