Bacteria and Plants Quarterly`

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Bacteria and Plants Quarterly`
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  1. What stimulates a person's body to produce chemicals that destroy viruses or bacteria?
    vaccine
  2. A root's three functions are:
    to absorb water, to store food, to anchor plants
  3. What part of a plant carries substances between the roots to the leaves?
    stem
  4. A virus uses it's_________ _________to  attach to its host
    protein coat
  5. Which virus hides in the host cell?
    hidden virus
  6. Where can you find the gentic material in a bacteria cell?
    cytoplasm
  7. What are non-living (do not show all acharacteristic of life)?  Bacteria or Viruses?
    viruses
  8. Where does the Virus get its energy from?
    a host
  9. A bacteria that can survive in the presence of an antibiotic.
    antibiotic resistant
  10. Antibiotics can only be used for.....
    bacterial infections
  11. What part of a plant moves food up down from the leaves?
    phloem
  12. Seed plants or spore plants can live in relatively dry environments?
    seed plants
  13. Most gymnosperms have ___________ as their reproductive structures.
    cones
  14. Angiosperms's seeds are enclosed in _____.
    fruits
  15. Monocots have what type of stem tissue?
    scattered bundles of vascular tissue.
  16. Angiosperms that live for more than two years are called.....
    perennials
  17. What is the transfer of pollen from male to female reproductive structures called?
    pollination
  18. What must a seed have in order for it to germinate?
    water
  19. Gases pass in and out of what on the leaf?
    stomata
  20. The two stages of the plant's life cycle are....
    gametophyte and sporophtye
  21. The more classification levels that two organisms share....
    the more characteristics they have in common
  22. A gradual change in a species over a long period of time.....
    evolution
  23. Name the ways an organism is placed into a kingdom.
    • Do they have a nucleus?
    • Do they make their own food?
    • Are they unicellular or multicellur?
  24. List the 8 levels of classification from the broadest to the smallest.
    Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
  25. When a plant grows towards the sun, this is an example of .........
    a response
  26. Term which means.... to make food
    autotrophs
  27. Are Archaea prokarotes?
    yes
  28. Are Bacteria Eukaryotes?
    no
  29. What do plants have in each cell that a bacteria cell does not have?
    a nucleus
  30. What reduces evaporation in a plant's leaf?
    cuticle
  31. What makes a leaf appear green?
    chlorophyll
  32. Vascular plant and non vascular plants are different because....
    vascular plants have vascular tissue to transfer materials
  33. What is found on the underside of a frond?
    spores
  34. Ferns must live in ______________ environments so the egg cell and join with the sperm cell.
    moist
  35. What part of a moss absorbs nutrients and water from the soil?
    rhizoid
  36. Vascular tissue ........
    transports water and food, supports the plant and allows the plant to get sun exposure.

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