Flashcards in Test - Infectious Disease and Classification Deck (20):
3. If a specimen appears extremely blurry, what should you do first?
Adjust the course focus knob
6. If you wanted to find DNA in a eukaryote, where would you look?
Inside a cell's nucleus
14. Name the "Tursiops truncatus" includes which of the following ranks?
Genus and species
15. Which if the following is always true of two organisms in the same taxonomic class.
They can breed with one another.
17. In contrast to archaebacteria, all eukaryotic organisms:
Have a cell nuclei.
21. Place the following in taxonomic ranks in order from least specific to most specific.
D(domain), F(kingdom), E(genus), G(species)
25. How are fungi different from plants?
Plants make their own food; fungi don't
27. Where can you find a cellulose.
In cell walls of plants
30. Witch of the following, is similar to plants, but is not an autotrophs and has a cell wall whit hi son not made of cellulose but of chitin.
31. Which rank contains the smallest number of different types of organism?
32. What do fungi have in common with animals?
They are heterotrophs.
39. Which of the following does not have a nucleus?
40. On the diagram of a microscope which objective is closet to the stage?
45. Organisms that cause ringworm and athletes feet are in the kingdom_____.
50. A penny lick and contagious disease led to the development of_____.
51. Crickets chirp louder when the temperature is low. The stimulus is____.
53. The antibiotic_______ resulted from the work of Alexander Fleming, who noticed the bacteria did not grow near the spot of mold in the Petri dish.
54. Bacteria is called _________ because their genetic material is not contained in nuclei.
59. What is used for focusing on low power?
D-course focus knob.