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View Full Document Right Arrow Icon,9854,1703422,.html Chapter 1: Exploring Life Chapter Quiz 1 . What is the appropriate term for an interacting group of individuals of a single type? (Concept 1.1E- species population ecosystem community habitat 2 . Which series of terms is in the sequence of biological organization from the simplest to the most complex? community, population, ecosystem, habitat, biosphere tissue, organ system, organ, cell, organism organism, ecosystem, community, population, biosphere cell, tissue, organ, population, community molecule, tissue, cell, organelle, organ 3 . Which of the following is the fundamental unit of structure and function in living organisms? (Concept 1.1E- organelle tissue cell organ organism 4 . The chemical energy used by (most) organisms for metabolism and growth ultimately comes from _____. heat the decomposition of plants and other organic debris the sun carbon dioxide evolution 5 . What is the molecular commonality that is the basis of life's variety? (Concept 1.1E-Book) [Hint] protein DNA the ecosystem natural selection mutation 6 . Emergent properties of living systems are defined as properties that _____. (Concept 1.2E-Book) are apparent only when an organism is studied at the molecular level are due to the arrangement and interactions of parts as complexity increases are evident during only one portion of the life cycle of an organism define the cell's surroundings none of the above 7 . The properties exhibited by a group of similar cells that are not characteristic of the individual cells are known as _____. cellular properties reductionist properties natural selective properties emergent properties tissue properties 8 . Actinosphenia elegans is a unicellular, photosynthetic, eukaryotic organism. To which domain does it belong? 1
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Bacteria Archaea Eukarya Plantae Fungi 9 . In which kingdom can multicellular eukaryotic, photosynthetic organisms be found? (Concept 1.3E- Archaea Fungi Protista Plantae Animalia 10 . Kingdom Protista can be distinguished from the kingdoms Plantae, Animalia, and Fungi because _____. protists have prokaryotic cells and may be photosynthetic protists may have chloroplasts and lack nuclei protists are eukaryotic and generally unicellular protists lack DNA protists are a form of bacteria 11 . Which of the following domains is not prokaryotic? (Concept 1.3E-Book) [Hint] Eukarya Bacteria Archaea Fungi The domain Bacteria, the domain Archaea, and the domain Eukarya all contain at least some prokaryotic members. 12 . Which kingdom within the domain Eukarya is composed of organisms that are generally unicellular (single- celled)? Plantae Fungi Animalia Protista Archaea 13 . Eukaryotic organisms that decompose dead organisms and absorb the nutrients are generally found in which kingdom? Archaea
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This note was uploaded on 09/01/2009 for the course BIO 311C taught by Professor Satasivian during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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