Biology test

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Systematics is __________________
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What did the first plants look like?
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What is the single biggest impact of protists on the biotic world?
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What does the photosynthesis process produce for the plant?
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What do plants supply humans with?
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Plants are classified into groups based primarily on structure and ________ strategy.
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Most important nutrient= ___________
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Plants diversified to
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Unlike eukaryotic cells that can take over 24 hours to reproduce, bacteria typically complete the cell cycle in ___ minutes.
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In determining disease transmission, the most important information is disease _____________
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Bacteria were the first functional biological materials to appear on the Earth.
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Fungi evolved from a primitive type of protist.
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How do plants control themselves?
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What type of evidence is usually the most informative in refining current understanding of systematics?
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Who pollinates plants?
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What are the functions of the leaves?
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What to antibiotics do?
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Bacteria are the only prokaryotic life forms on the planet.
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How many years ago did plants evolve onto land?
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Most trees reproduce:
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The most inportant role of bacteria in our world is ________
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Specialized leaves were for
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The most common cell shape in the bacterial world is bacillis.
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The most common defense mechanism used by plant to deter herbivores is:
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All available evidence points to bacteria evolving into _________ on the path to plant and animal life.
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Plants very likely evolved from__________________.
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Most bacteria use in production of food are used as _________.
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Plants need flowers because they cannot ________.
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What is the main reason for plants being able to control themselves?
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When dealing with the dry, plants developed an outer layer called a ______ to adapt and survive.
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If a living thing does not fit into the bacterial fungal, plant, or animal groups, what do we do with them?
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Specialized roots for
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Specialized ________for
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All plants are composed of three tissue types: dermal, ground, and _______
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If the organism cannot be assigned to an existing group (ex. genus or family), what do we do?
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How many different kind of processes do plants do to "control" themselves?
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How do plants absorb sunlight?