Activities Quiz
1.

Which of these events occurred earliest in the history of Earth? (Activity 26A)

formation of oxygen
first humans
colonization of land by fungi
evolution of animals
origin of multicellularity


2.

Which of these events occurred most recently in the history of Earth? (Activity 26A)

formation of oxygen
first humans
colonization of land by fungi
evolution of animals
origin of multicellularity


3.

Which of these events occurred during the Paleozoic? (Activity 26A)

origin of Earth
colonization of land by plants
origin of eukaryotes
origin of multicellularity
first humans


4.

Nutritionally, the prokaryotes that serve as the basis of the hydrothermal vent community seen in the Tube Worm Video are classified as _____. (Activity 26B)

photoheterotroph
chemoautotrophs
chemoheterotroph
photoautotrophs
autoheterotrophs


5.

A human is classified in domain _____ and kingdom _____. (Activity 26C)

Eukarya ... Fungi
Eukarya ... Protista
Eukarya ... Plantae
Eukarya ... Animalia
Bacteria ... Archaea


6.

A mushroom is classified in domain _____ and kingdom _____. (Activity 26C)

Eukarya ... Fungi
Eukarya ... Protista
Eukarya ... Plantae
Eukarya ... Animalia
Bacteria ... Archaea


7.

A rose bush is classified in domain _____ and kingdom _____. (Activity 26C)

Eukarya ... Fungi
Eukarya ... Protista
Eukarya ... Plantae
Eukarya ... Animalia
Bacteria ... Archaea


8.

An amoeba is classified in domain _____. (Activity 26C)

Fungi
Eukarya
Plantae
Bacteria
Archaea


9.

In the five-kingdom scheme, prokaryotes are classified in the kingdom _____. (Activity 26C)

Fungi
Protista
Plantae
Animalia
Monera


10.

In the five-kingdom system, which kingdom consists primarily of unicellular eukaryotes? (Activity 26C)

Fungi
Protista
Plantae
Animalia
Monera


11.

In the two-kingdom system, why were fungi classified in the kingdom Plantae? (Activity 26C)

They are sedentary.
They are heterotrophs.
They lack cell walls.
They are unicellular.
They are autotrophs.


12.

In the two-kingdom system, why were prokaryotes classified in the kingdom Plantae? (Activity 26C)

They are sedentary.
They are heterotrophs.
They have cell walls.
They are unicellular.
They are autotrophs.


13.

There is(are) _____ prokaryotic domain(s). (Activity 26C)

one
two
three
four
five


14.

There is(are) _____ eukaryotic domain(s). (Activity 26C)

one
two
three
four
five


15.

In the two-kingdom system, what was the basis of the recognition of the kingdom Animalia? (Activity 26C)

lack of photosynthesis
ability to photosynthesize
being unicellular
being sedentary
presence of a cell wall



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