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Name ______________________________________________________________ Period ___________
Semester 1: Common Assessment Review
Chapter 1: Characteristics of Living Things
1. Six Characteristics of Living Things
a. _____________________________
b. _____________________________
c. _____________________________
d. _____________________________
e. _____________________________
f. _____________________________
2. Eight Levels of Classification
a. _____________________________
b. _____________________________
c. _____________________________
d. _____________________________
e. _____________________________
f. _____________________________
g. _____________________________
h. _____________________________
3. Which two levels of the classification system are used to name organisms?
4. How should a scientific name be written?
5. Four Needs of Survival
i. _____________________________
j. _____________________________
k. _____________________________
l. _____________________________
6. Describe homeostasis:
7. What is spontaneous generation?
8. Which scientists performed experiments to disprove spontaneous generation?
Name ______________________________________________________________ Period ___________
Semester 1: Common Assessment Review
9. Name and describe the 3 Domains:
Domain
Description
10. Name and describe the four Kingdoms of Eukarya:
Kingdom
Description
11. Compare & Contrast
Prokaryotic
Eukaryotic
Unicellular
Multicellular
Sexual Reproduction
Asexual Reproduction
Autotroph
Heterotroph
Name ______________________________________________________________ Period ___________
Semester 1: Common Assessment Review
Chapter 2: Viruses, Bacteria, Protists, and Fungi
12. Define a decomposer and provide an example:
13. Are viruses living or non-living? Why?
14. In order to multiply, a virus must _____________________________________________.
15. A ___________________________ is a substance introduced to the body to help produce
_________________________ that __________________________ specific viruses.
16. Describe the relationship between a host and a parasite:
17. Fill in the chart below:
Characteristics
Needs to
survive
Role in the
Environment
Viruses
Bacteria
tiny, ________-______________
particle
unicellular _____________________
a _________ organism from which to
get energy to live.
A way to get energy (food):
Bacteria are both ___________________ &
takes over cell’s _________________
and ___________________ cell.
Most are harmful
______________________
Some are helpful, some harmful
Ways bacteria can be helpful:
1._______________________________
2._______________________________
3._______________________________
Name ______________________________________________________________ Period ___________
Semester 1: Common Assessment Review
18. Use the word bank below to fill in the paragraph about protists:
Word Bank
amoeba
multicellular
heterotroph
protozoans
flagella
paramecia
unicellular
cytoplasm
pseudopod
cilia
Most protists are _________________________, but some are __________________________.
Animal-like protists are called ________________________. They are _____________________
and are able to move to get their food. One protozoan, called an ___________________, gets
its food by moving the jelly –like substance, _______________________________, toward the
food. It creates a “false-foot” called a _____________________________ to capture the food.
Other protozoans, like the __________________________ use small “hair-like” projections
called, ____________, to move. While others use long “whip-like” tails, called
________________________.
19. Describe the cell structure of fungi:
20. How do fungi reproduce?
21. How do fungi get their food?
22. Give two examples of fungi:
Name ______________________________________________________________ Period ___________
Semester 1: Common Assessment Review
Chapter 3: Plants
23. Name several characteristics that (almost) all plants share?
1. ______________________________________
2. ______________________________________
3. ______________________________________
4. ______________________________________
24. Describe photosynthesis. What does this process do for the plant?
25. What is the name of the structure in a plant cell in which food is made called?
26. Please label the parts of the flower indicated:
a.) The _________________ are the
male reproductive parts of the flower.
b.) The __________________ is the
female reproductive part of the
flower.
27. _________________________ _______________________ is a system of tubelike structures
inside a plant through which water, minerals, and food move.
Name ______________________________________________________________ Period ___________
Semester 1: Common Assessment Review
28. The tissue that transports food is called the ________________________, while the tissue that
transports minerals and water is called the ____________________.
29. Describe and give an example of a non-vascular plant:
30. Describe and give an example of a seedless vascular plant. How do they reproduce?
31. Compare and Contrast
Angiosperm
Gymnosperm
Monocot
Dicot
Herbaceous Stems
Woody Stems
32. Describe why some tree rings are darker than others (pg. 102-103):
Name ______________________________________________________________ Period ___________
Semester 1: Common Assessment Review
Chapter 4: Animal Kingdom
33. Which of the following is the name of the phylum that includes all vertebrates?
A) Mollusk
B) Chordates
C) Vertebrates
D) Arthropod
34. Name the three different phyla of worms:
35. How many segments and legs do insects have? How many do arachnids have?
36. Which phylum includes invertebrates with stinging cells? ________________________________
37. Which phylum includes squid, clams, and snails? What are the names of the classes in this
phylum?
38. Name and describe the main characteristics of the 3 orders of Fish:
Name
Description
39. Name and describe the main characteristics of the three orders of Mammals:
Name
Description
Name ______________________________________________________________ Period ___________
Semester 1: Common Assessment Review
40. Describe evolution: (pg. 26):
41. What is Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution (pg. 26)?
42. Which class of vertebrates has adapted parts of their bodies to be able to fly and to access
different types of food? Ex. Seeds, bugs, meat, or nectar.
43. How have reptiles adapted to live on land?
44. Compare and Contrast:
Endothermic
Ectothermic
Radial Symmetry
Bilateral Symmetry
Gills
Lungs
Amphibian
Reptile
Name ______________________________________________________________ Period ___________
Semester 1: Common Assessment Review