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Bio Sem. 2 Final Review

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  • Q1
    Which one of the following sequences shows the correct hierarchy of classification, going from the most inclusive to the least inclusive?
    Species, Genus, Family, Class, Order, Phylum, Kingdom
    Kingdom,Phylum, Order, Class, Family, Genus, Species
    Phylum, Kingdom, Genus, Species, Family, Order, Class
    Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
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  • Q2
    Throughout the world, scientific species names are in
    Greek
    Latin
    French
    English
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  • Q3
    Based of of this scientific name,Homo sapiens (this is supposed to be italicized), what portion is the species?
    Homo
    sapeins
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  • Q4
    What is binomial nomenclature?
    A naming system in which each organism is given a two-part name
    Classifying organisms into seven levels
    The naming system developed by Darwin
    Grouping animals based on how they move
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  • Q5
    An organism's scientific name consists of
    its phylum name and its species name.
    its kingdom name and its phylum name.
    its class name and its family name.
    its genus name and its species name
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  • Q6
    A cat's scientific name is Felix domesticus, which genus does it belong to ?
    domesticus
    not enough information to answer
    cat
    Felix
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  • Q7
    Which of these is the best description of a virus?
    organisms made of RNA or DNA protected by protein
    a member of the kingdom Virusae
    a noncellular living organism
    a cell at the boundary between living and nonliving things
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  • Q8
    The viral infection cycle that will cause the viral DNA to become integrated into the bacterial DNA is called the _______ cycle.
    lysosome
    lytic
    lysol
    lysogenic
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  • Q9
    Which of the following is not true of viruses?
    All of the choices characterize viruses.
    they are obligate intracellular parasites
    a specific virus will only infect a specific cell type
    they require a host cell to replicate
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  • Q10
    What nucleic acid is found in viruses?
    DNA or RNA
    only RNA
    only DNA
    DNA & RNA
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  • Q11
    Vaccines protect us against dangerous viral diseases by training the body to recognize and destroy specific invading viruses. Vaccines are made from
    medicines that cure the symptoms of viral diseases.
    human white blood cells.
    weakened or dead versions of a dangerous virus.
    antibiotics.
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  • Q12
    The immune system protects the body from disease. Because the HIV/AIDS virus weakens the immune system,
    people with AIDS are more vulnerable to other diseases.
    none of the options are correct.
    people with AIDS are immune to all other diseases.
    the AIDS virus is spread very easily.
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  • Q13
    The use of antibiotics is an effective treatment for
    viral infections only
    neither bacterial nor viral infections
    bacterial and viral infections
    bacterial infections only
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  • Q14
    If an organism is unicellular and has free floating circular DNA and a plasma membrane. What is the most likely type of cell?
    animal
    virus
    eukaryotic
    prokaryote
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  • Q15
    Scientists think the first bacteria on Earth were
    eukaryotes
    archaebacteria
    eubacteria
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  • Q16
    Bacteria do not have a nucleus which makes them prokaryotic cells.
    False
    True
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  • Q17
    Bacteria do not cell walls.
    True
    False
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  • Q18
    The bacteria in the image would best be described as a(an)
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    streptobacillis
    staphlobacillis
    streptococcus
    monobacillus
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  • Q19
    The bacteria in the image would best be describes ad a(an)
    Question Image
    streptococcus
    streptobacillis
    staphlococcus
    staphlospirillum
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  • Q20
    Item A in the diagram refers to a(n)
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    Spirilla
    Cocci
    Virus
    Bacilli
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