What is Classification?
Classification if the division of organisms into groups or classes, based on specific characteristics.
A plant that has both male and female reproductive structures is able to do what?
The plant is able to Self-Pollinate.
What are three parts that every cell have/
Every cell have a nucleus, cell membrane, and cytoplasm.
What is a biome?
A biome s a large region characterized by a specific type of climate and certain types of plant and animal communities.
What are three possible types of mutations?
Three types of mutations are deletion, insertion, and substitution.
What are the eight levels of classification?
The eight levels of classification are Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, and Species.
Who is Gregor Mendel?
Gregor Mendel is an Australian monk who discovered the principles of heredity while studying pea plants.
Who discovered cells?
Robert Hook discovered cells.
What are the seven land biomes on Earth?
The seven land biomes on Earth are deserts, tundra's, taigas, savannas, grasslands, temperate deciduous forest, and tropical rainforests.
Which type of mutation causes sickle cell anemia?
The mutation that causes sickle cell anemia is substitution.
Why do scientists classify organisms?
Scientists classify organisms to help make sense and order of the many kinds of living things in the world.
What is a dominant trait and a recessive trait?
A dominant trait is a trait the will appear overriding or covering over another form of that trait when they are both inherited and a recessive trait is a trait that is covered by a dominant trait and seems to disappear.
Why do we need a microscope to see a cell?
We need a microscope to see a cell because cells are too small for us to see with a naked eye.
Which biome receives the least amount of rainfall?
Deserts receive the least amount of rainfall.
In a DNA molecule which bases pair together?
In a DNA molecule thymine and adenine pair together.
What does the Branching Diagram show?
The Branching Diagram similarities and differences between all kinds of organisms.
If there were 14 chromosomes in pea plant cells how many chromosomes are present in a sex cell of a pea plant?
There would be 7 chromosomes in a sex cell of a pea plant.
What are the different organelles in a plant cell than an animal cell?
Plant cells have a cell wall, chloroplast, and a large central vacuole while animal cells don't have those organelles.
What are two things that characterize a biome?
A biome is characterized by its climate and the plants and animals that live there.
What did James Watson and Francis Grick do?
James Watson and Francis Grick made models to figure out DNA's shape.
What are the three questions that classifying organisms can help answer?
The three questions are
How many known species are there?
What are the defining characteristics of each species?
What are the relationships between these species?
What is a punnett square used for?
A punnet square is used to organize all the possible combinations of offspring from particular parents.
What type of cells are plant and animal cells?
Plant and Animal cells are eukaryotic cells.
If you were to visit the savanna what would you most likely see?
You would most likely see large herds of animals such as zebras, gazelles, and wildebeests.
What are the changes in type or order of the bases in DNA?
Mutation changes in type or order of the bases in DNA.