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Kingdoms Review

Quiz by Elizabeth Padhi

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24 questions
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  • Q1
    One thing that all living things have in common is that -
    They need to sleep 8 hours a day
    They are made of cells
    They have many cells
    They have a nucleus in their cells
    30s
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  • Q2
    Which domain do you belong to?
    Bacteria
    Archaea
    Animalia
    Eukarya
    30s
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  • Q3
    Which kingdom do you belong to?
    Fungi
    Plantae
    Protista
    Animalia
    30s
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  • Q4
    Organisms are sorted into Domain Eukarya because they -
    have a nucleus
    are heterotrophic
    reproduce sexually
    are multicellular
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  • Q5
    Domain Bacteria and Domain Archaea both have -
    eukaryotic organisms
    prokaryotic organisms
    organisms that reproduce sexually
    multicellular organisms
    45s
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  • Q6
    Which kingdom has members that are all autotrophic?
    Fungi
    Protista
    Animalia
    Plantae
    45s
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  • Q7
    What is the only kingdom where NONE of the members have a cell wall?
    Protista
    Fungi
    Archaebacteria
    Animalia
    45s
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  • Q8
    In which two kingdoms are all members heterotrophs?
    Fungi & Plantae
    Archaebacteria & Eubacteria
    Fungi & Animalia
    Protista & Plantae
    45s
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  • Q9
    This cell could be described as a -
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    Unicellular prokaryote
    Multicellular prokaryote
    Unicellular eukaryote
    unicellular prokaryote
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  • Q10
    This mushroom is a fungus. Therefore we know that it is -
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    eukaryotic, autotrophic, and has a cell wall
    eukaryotic, heterotrophic, and doesn't have a cell wall
    prokaryotic, autotrophic, and doesn't have a cell wall
    eukaryotic, heterotrophic, and has a cell wall
    60s
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  • Q11
    Which kingdom does not belong in Domain Eukarya?
    Fungi
    Animalia
    Eubacteria
    Plantae
    45s
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  • Q12
    This plant like organism belongs to Kingdom Protista. It can be described as a unicellular, autotrophic, eukaryotic organism. One reason it isn't in Kingdom Plantae is because -
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    It is not heterotrophic
    It is not prokaryotic
    it is not multicellular
    It is green
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  • Q13
    What characteristics would you use to describe the lion?
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    Multicellular, autotroph, eukaryotic, cell wall
    Multicellular, eukaryotic, no cell wall, heterotroph
    Multicellular, autotroph, eukaryotic, no cell wall
    Unicellular, prokaryotic, autotroph, cell wall
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  • Q14
    Our state flower belongs to which Kingdom?
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    Archaebacteria
    Eubacteria
    Plantae
    Animalia
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  • Q15
    An organism is made of many cells, each of which has a nucleus and no cell wall. The organism hunts for its food. What kingdom does this organism belong to?
    Kingdom Plantae
    Kingdom Eubacteria
    Kingdom Animalia
    Kingdom Fungi
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  • Q16
    A unicellular organism lives in a sulfur spewing volcanic vents. It has one piece of circular DNA. What kingdom does this organism belong to?
    Kingdom Protista
    Kingdom Fungi
    Kingdom Eubacteria
    Kingdom Archaebacteria
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  • Q17
    Members of Kingdom Archaebacteria belong to -
    Domain Eukarya
    Domain Archaea
    Domain Bacteria
    45s
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  • Q18
    Which kingdoms belong in Domain Eukarya?
    Animalia, Archaebacteria, Eubacteria, Protista
    Plantae, Protista, Fungi, Eubacteria
    Animalia, Plantae, Fungi, Protista
    Archaebacteria, Protista, Plantae, Animalia
    45s
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  • Q19
    An organism is made of many cells with a nucleus and a cell wall. It gets its energy by decomposing other organisms, and can reproduce sexually and asexually. What kingdom would this belong to?
    Fungi
    Eubacteria
    Animalia
    Plantae
    45s
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  • Q20
    An unicellular organism doesn't have a cell wall, but does have a nucleus. What kingdom does it belong to?
    Plantae
    Animalia
    Fungi
    Protista
    45s
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