Biology 40s - Classifications of Life, Cells, Kingdom Monera and Protista

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Biology 40s - Classifications of Life, Cells, Kingdom Monera and Protista
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  1. describe domain archea (2)
    • prokaryotic
    • ancient bacteria that live in extreme conditions
  2. describe domain eubacteria (2)
    • prokaryotic
    • true bacteria
  3. describe domain eukaryota (2)
    • eukaryotic 
    • animal-like protists, plant-like protists, fungi-like protists
  4. what is the order of taxons for traditional classification of species from most broad to most specific
    • kingdom
    • phylum
    • class
    • order
    • family
    • genus
    • species
  5. three similarities and differences of eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells
    • simlilarities
    • -asexual or sexual reproduction
    • -some are heterotrophic
    • -have cell membrane

    • differences
    • -prokaryotic cells have no nucleus
    • -prokaryotic cells have no organelles
    • -eukaryotic cells are multicellular
  6. explain what causes "superbugs" or antibiotic resistant bacteria in humans
    • mutation causes antibiotic resistant bacteria in humans
    • new generations of bacteria evolve and are resistant to antibiotics
  7. what is an example of a disease that is more difficult to treat now that it has evolved to be antibiotic resistant
    tuberculosis
  8. assuming a patient has a bacterial ear infection, what treatment wil the doctor likely prescribe
    antibiotics
  9. how much bigger is a eukaryotic cell from bacteria
    • bacteria = 0.5-10 μm
    • eukaryotic = 10-100 μm
  10. what are two symptoms of amoebic dysentry
    • diarrhea
    • stomach cramps
  11. name a plant-like protist
    euglena
  12. what type of cells do organisms in kingdom protista have
    prokaryotic and unicellular
  13. why is it important that euglena constantly swim towards the sun
    that is where they get their energy
  14. what cellular component of a paramecium is transferred during conjugation
    micronucleus

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