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Bellwork: Thurs. March 3, 2016
Ambystoma tigrinum
1. The system for naming organisms with 2 words is
called ____________ ____________
2. The scientific name of this organism is:
green tree frog or Hyla cinerea
3. Write out the order of classification
from domain -> species… Remember:
“Does Katy Perry…” ___________________________
4. You indicate that a name is a scientific name by (how do
you write it) _______________ it.
Kingdom Animalia (animals)
Phylum (chordates)
Class Mammalia (mammals)
Order Lagomorpha (hares, picas, rabbits)
Family Leporidae (hares and rabbits)
Genus Sylvilagus
Species audubonii
The scientific name for this animal
a. the Easter Bunny
b. Peter Cottontail
c. Sylvilagus audubonii d. Audubon's cottontail
Aims Science Practice
Tuesday, April 9
· Math AIMS: All Sophomores along with the Juniors
and Seniors still needing to earn a “meets” or
· Stanford 10: All Freshmen
Wednesday, April 10
· Science AIMS: Freshmen (only those students
currently enrolled in a Biology class) along with
Sophomores who have not yet taken Science AIMS.
On both days, we will be following the AIMS Testing
Schedule found on the IRHS website.
Mystery Organisms:
Domain: (Eukarya, Archaeabacteria, EuBacteria)
Kingdom: (Animalia, Plantae, Fungi, Protista, Archaea, Bacteria)
Cell Type: (Eukaryotic, Prokaryotic)
Reasoning: (reason that you chose the above criteria)
Ex: Domain: Eukarya
Kingdom: animalia
Cell Type: eukayotic
Reasoning: has nucleus, can’t make its own food
1. Bacteria have no nucleus, they are prokaryotic!!!
So, Eubacteria and Achaea are bacteria and
have no nucleus. Look at your notes to recall
where each type lives!!!
2. If there is a “dark shape” in the cell, chances are
it is a nucleus and the cells are eukaryotic… so it
would be in the Domain Eukarya!!!!
1. This organism lives in the water and can be from the
size of my fist to much larger than I am. They can
swim and they eat other things in the water for food.
When I found one of these organisms dead on the
side of the stream, I took it apart and observed its
cells under the microscope. Each of the cells had a
very large, darkened circle inside of it as well as
other small structures that had lines around them.
Domain: Eukarya
Kingdom: animalia
Cell Type: eukaryotic
Reasoning: moves, cells
have a nucleus
• 2. This organism is very small and can only be seen
by looking through a microscope. It is made of
one cell with a small string of material and no
nucleus. It lives in really hot springs like those in
Yellowstone National Park.
Domain: Archaea (Archaebacteria)
Kingdom: Archaea (Archaebacteria)
Cell Type: prokaryotic
Reasoning: lives in
Harsh environments
cells lacks nucleus
3. This organism can fly. They are all sizes, from smaller
than my finger to almost as large as myself. They
come down to the ground to eat things and drink
water. They can have from 2 to 6 legs. I caught one
of the smaller creatures and noticed that it has cells
very similar to the cells the organisms in group 1
Domain: Eukarya
Kingdom: animalia
Cell Type: eukaryotic
Reasoning: moves, cells
have a nucleus
4. These organisms are about the size of my fist, and
grow off of dead plant material. They don’t move, and
some are red with white spots. I took one apart and
looked at its cells under the microscope, there weren't
any of tiny green circular objects inside the cells, but
they did have cells that looked similar to the cells of
organisms in groups 1 and 3.
Domain: Eukarya
Kingdom: Fungi
Cell Type: eukaryotic
Reasoning: no chloroplasts,
lives off of dead material
5. This type of organism is completely green. They
are all different sizes, from smaller than my finger,
to very, very tall. They do not move or have to be
fed, but I know they are living things because if I
place them in a dark room and don't give them
any water for more than a few days they lose their
green color and eventually die.
Domain: Eukarya
Kingdom: Plants
Cell Type: eukaryotic
Reasoning: green – must
make own food from sunlight
• 6. This type of organism can be anywhere from the
size of my fist to 3 times as large as I am. They can
walk or run. They have either 2 or 4 legs and have
to hunt for their food. Their cells are very similar
to the cells of the organisms in group 1 and 3. I
belong to this group of living things.
Domain: Eukarya
Kingdom: Animalia
Cell Type: eukaryotic
Reasoning: no chloroplasts,
move!!! Cells w/ nucleus
7. This organism comes in many colors like bright red, pink,
yellow or even purple. They grow out of the ground and come in
all shapes and sizes, but most do not grow much higher than my
knees. They do not move, but I know they are living because they
need to get water and light or they shrivel up and die. I dissected
one and looked at its cells under the microscope. I noticed that
they had many structures inside of their cells, including many tiny
green circular objects. The cells also had very thick lines around
each one of them, as if there were thick walls separating each of
the cells from each other.
Domain: Eukarya
Kingdom: Plantae
Cell Type: eukaryotic
Reasoning: have chloroplasts,
colorful blossoms!
8. This organism is very tiny and moves around with
the help of a little tail. I can only see this organism
through the microscope, and it is only made of one
cell. Inside of this organism is a large darkened circle
and other structures, including tiny green circular
objects. This type of organism lives in water and does
not have to be fed, but if I store them in the dark, they
Domain: Eukarya
Cell Type: eukaryotic
Reasoning: HAS chloroplasts,
unicellular, “tail”
9. This organism is very small and can only be seen by
looking through a microscope. They are just made of
one cell. Inside of them, there is only a small string of
material. This organism is very similar to the
organisms in group 2, except these organisms live in
my home. I have also discovered some of these
organisms living inside the bodies of some organisms
in groups 1, 3 and 6.
Domain: (Eu) Bacteria
Kingdom: (Eu) Bacteria
Cell Type: prokaryotic
Reasoning: no nucleus
in cells, everywhere