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THIS
IS
Domains
Animals,
Plants, &
Dichot. Keys
100
100
100
200
200
200
200
300
300
300
300
300
400
400
400
400
400
400
500
500
500
500
500
500
Taxa &
naming
Bacterial
Kingdoms
Protists &
Fungi
100
100
100
200
200
300
Systematics
The number of Linnaeus’
major taxonomic levels.
A 100
What is seven major levels?
A 100
The largest most inclusive of
Linnaeus’ taxonomic levels.
A 200
What is a kingdom?
A 200
This taxonomic level is made
up of related families.
A 300
What is an order?
A 300
The second part of the
binomial nomenclature name.
A 400
What is the species identifier?
A 400
A member of plantae can use
this taxon, while those in
other kingdoms can’t.
A 500
What is division? (instead of
phylum)
A 500
This cell type has no true
nucleus.
B 100
What is a prokaryotic cell?
B 100
Bacteria that live in harsh
environments.
B 200
What are archaebacteria?
B 200
The term archaebacteria
means this.
B 300
What is the ancient bacteria?
B 300
The bacterial kingdoms have
this type of nutrition.
B 400
What is either autotrophic or
heterotrophic depending on
the bacterium?
B 400
Originally the Eubacteria and
the Archaebacteria were both
part of this single kingdom.
B 500
What is kingdom monera?
B 500
All protist and fungal cells
are this type.
C 100
What is eukaryotic?
C 100
Fungi are able to recycle dead
organisms and are therefore
referred to by this term.
C 200
What is a decomposer?
C 200
The fermenting fungal cell
can even help bread rise.
C 300
What is a yeast cell?
C 300
DAILY
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DOUBLE
C 400
This single cell protist cell is
a heterotroph, and sometimes,
an autotroph.
C 400
What is a Euglena?
C 400
Phytoplankton cells in the
ocean are really this type of
autotrophic protist.
C 500
What are algal cells?
C 500
“Systematists (Systematic taxonomists)
usually use several types of evidence to
hypothesize about phylogenetics
(phylogeny).” Holt
Phylogenetics refers to this.
D 100
What are evolutionary
relationships (among taxa).
D 100
This family tree-like diagram
demonstrates evolutionary
relationships between groups
of organisms.
D 200
What is a phylogenic tree?
D 200
Modern taxonomists use
similarities in these, besides
morphology, when classifying
organisms.
D 300
What is analysis DNA, RNA,
proteins, embryological
development, and
chromosomes?
D 300
The Cladistics system of
phylogenic analysis uses this
criteria for grouping taxa.
D 400
What are shared and derived
characters (such as bird
feathers) ?
D 400
On a phylogenic tree, a more
recent __________ ancestor
demonstrates two groups of
organisms to be more closely
related that others.
D 500
The number of domains.
E 100
What is a more recent
common ancestor?
D 500
What is three?
E 100
This is the cell type for cells
in two of the domains.
E 200
What is prokaryotic?
E 200
What is eubacteria?
E 300
The domain bacteria
contains members from
this kingdom.
E 300
The domain eukarya contains
members from these
kingdoms.
E 400
What are: Plantae, Fungi,
Protista, and Anamalia?
E 400
Carl Woese analyses of this nucleic
acid sequence (from many
organisms) eventually led to the
formation of the domain system of
classification.
E 500
What is rRNA?
E 500
These terms refer to the
nutrition of the majority of
plants and the majority of
animals.
F 100
What is heterotrophic for
animals and autotrophic for
plants?
F 100
All animals and plants are
referred to by this name,
since they have eukaryotic
cells.
F 200
What are eukaryotes?
F 200
This type of plant that can
eat.
F 300
What is a Venus flytrap or
pitcher plant ?
F 300
This refers to the type of
cellularity seen in both plants
and animals.
F 400
What is multicellularity?
F 400
A dichotomous key contains a
series of paired statements
that lead to different paths.
Eventually the path leads to
this.
F 500
What is the binomial
nomenclature name, or the
species name, or the scientific
name of the organism?
F 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is:
Cladistics
Please record your wager.
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This is the term “cladists” use
(when producing cladograms) for
a group of organisms that
includes and ancestor plus all of
its descendants.
Hint: Comes from the word
Cladogram.
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What is a clade?
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