Test Q1: Multiple Choice
  • 1. Anterior means …
A) Back
B) Tail
C) Belly
D) Head
  • 2. Parthenogenesis is a process of …
A) creating a parasitic host.
B) self fertilization.
C) normal reproduction.
D) making all species.
  • 3. How did the diameter of the field of view change when you changed the microscope's objective lenses?
A) As the magnification increases, the field of view decreases.
B) As the magnification increases the field of view increases.
C) The organism gets bigger.
D) Nothing happens.
E) The organism get smaller.
  • 4. When making a scientific drawing, the size of the drawing should be …
A) In color.
B) Red lens, 40x, 4.5mm.
C) Proportional to the field of view.
D) Smaller than it appears in the field of view.
E) Larger than it appears in the field of view.
  • 5. When you label a scientific drawing …
A) print outside the field of view and parallel to the bottom of the page.
B) print neatly in capitol letters using pen.
C) write the structure name in cursive.
D) print inside the field of view close to the structure.
  • 6. The first line below a scientific drawing should label the …
A) measurement in parenthesis.
B) name of organism.
C) magnification.
D) date.
  • 7. On a scientific drawing The title appears …
A) In cursive, just below the magnification.
B) In upper case letters, just below the drawing.
C) In cursive, just below the drawing.
D) Written to the side of the drawing
E) In upper case letters, just below the magnification.
  • 8. A living thing that is made of cells is called an
A) Habitat
B) Genus
C) Traits
D) Species
E) Organism
  • 9. The species name of an organism is based on?
A) Habitat
B) Verbs
C) Nouns
D) Traits
E) Greek
  • 10. In an experiment, a scientist controls the
A) independent variable
B) results
C) measurements
D) dependent variable
  • 11. In an experiment, the independent variable controls the
A) experimental group
B) dependent variable
C) control group
D) scientist
  • 12. An organism with a chloroplast …
A) will be parasitic to a host
B) will use cilia and flagella for making food
C) will use parthenogenesis to reproduce
D) will make its own food and be green in color
E) will die in the Fall
  • 13. The primary function of the cilia and flagella is …
A) Reproduction.
B) Parasitism.
C) Tickling
D) To make it's own food
E) Movement.
  • 14. The first line below a scientific drawing should label the …
A) magnification.
B) name of organism.
C) date.
D) measurement in parenthesis.
E) Genus and species
  • 15. Why are protists not classified as plants or animals?
A) They are single celled.
B) They are too small.
C) Some have chloroplasts like a plant and move like an animal.
D) They are too large.
E) They do not contain organelles.
  • 16. Protists are …
A) The only organisms with organelles.
B) Single cell organisms with plant and animal characteristics.
C) Organisms that all contain cilia inside the cell.
D) Tiny organisms that live on land.
  • 17. The Pseudopod is for
A) moving and feeding.
B) making false arms.
C) feeling and resting.
D) reproducing and feeding
E) moving and mating.
  • 18. The cilia is a
A) short hairs
B) short hair-like extension used for movement
C) long tail used for movement.
D) long extension for engulfing
  • 19. A flagella is a
A) plant organelle.
B) long tail used for movement.
C) structure found in great numbers on a single protist.
D) green structure for photosynthesis
  • 20. The chloroplast is
A) green and allows photosynthesis.
B) long tail for speed in feeding.
C) an animal characteristic.
D) short hair for moving.
  • 21. An organelle is a
A) one of five kingdoms.
B) structure of a cell with a specific function.
C) structure identical in all cells.
D) longer version of the word organ.
  • 22. A protist is a ________ of organisms.
A) trait
B) genus
C) species
D) kingdom
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