Study of small things that cannot be seen with the naked eye
_?_, the study of bacteria, began with van Leewenhoek's first examination of tooth scrapings.
_?_, the study of fungi, includes medical, agricultural, and ecological branches.
_?_, the study of protozoa and parasitic worms.
_?_, the study of all of an organisms genes, have allowed scientists to clarify bacteria and fungi according to their genetic relationships with other bacteria, fungi, and protozoa.
_?_, the study of immunity, dates back in Western culture to Edward Jenner's first vaccine in 1796.
_?_, the study of viruses, originated during the Golden Age of Microbiology(period from 1857-1914).
Anyway of organizing or classifying things is _?_.
The old view of taxonomy involved _?_.
The classification scheme based on evolutionary relationships using DNA is called _?_.
The genus name is the _?_and is _?_, while the specific epithet is not _?_but is_?_ and refers to the _?_.
first name; capitalized/italicized; capitalized; italicized; species
The most specific level in the taxonomy hierarchy is known as _?_.
_?_defines a species as members of populations that actually or potentially interbreed in nature, notaccording to similarity of appearance.
What is a domain?
Taxonomic classification based on rRNA sequences.
What is a kingdom?
Taxonomic classification between domain and phylum.
What is a phylum?
Taxonomic classification between kingdom and class.
Who was the first to suggest and publish his studies on DNA sequence of a wide variety of cells, suggesting the existence of a completely new major phylogenectic groupcalled Archaea and proposed the 3 domain system?
What is the three domain system?
Relatively simple, single-celled (unicellular) organisms are called _?_.
Bacterial cells are called _?_ because their genectic material is not enclosed in a special nuclear membrane.
This domainconsist of prokaryotic cells, but if they have cell walls, the walls lack peptidoglyn.
An organism whose cells have a distinct nucleus containing the cells's genetic material (DNA), surrounded by a special envelope called the nuclear membraneare known as _?_.
_?_ are chemoheterotrophs and aqcuire food for absorbtion.
Term used for unicellular and simple multicellular eukaryotes; usually protozoa and algae.
_?_ are unicellular eukaryotic microbes that move by pseudopods, flagella, or cilia.
Organisms that derive nutrients from living hosts are known as _?_.
_?_are photosynthetic eukaryoteswith a wide variety of shapes and both sexual and asexual reproductive forms.
_?_ are so small that most can be seen only with an electron microscope and are acellular(not cellular).
The two major groups of parasitic wormsare the flatworms and the roundworms, collectively called _?_.
The theory that believed firstEukaryota came from prokaryotic cells is called _?_.
The endosymbiotic theorywas first proposed by _?_ in 1966.
Which scientist created the first microscope?
Anton van Leewenhoek
_?_ was the first to actually observe live microorganisms through the magnifying lensesof more than 400 microscopes he constructed.
Anton van Leewenhoek
_?_ reported to the world that life's smallest structural units were "little boxes" or "cells" as he called them.