Self Quiz forClassification: The Three Domain System

Study the material in this section and then write out the answers to these questions.
Do not just click on the answers and write them out. This will not test your understanding of this tutorial.

1. Matching

_____ Eukaryotic cells. They have membranes composed of straight fatty acid chains attached to glycerol by ester linkages. If they possess cell walls, those walls contain no peptidoglycan. (ans)

_____ Prokaryotic cells. They have membranes composed of branched hydrocarbon chains attached to glycerol by ether linkages and have cell walls that contain no peptidoglycan. They often live in extreme environments. (ans)

_____ Prokaryotic cells. They have membranes composed of straight fatty acid chains attached to glycerol by ester linkages and have cell walls containing peptidoglycan. (ans)

A. Archaea
B. Bacteria
C. Eukarya

2. Matching

_____ Simple, predominately unicellular eukaryotic organisms. Examples includes slime molds, euglenoids, algae, and protozoans. (ans)

_____ Multicellular organisms composed of eukaryotic cells. The cells are organized into tissues and lack cell walls. They do not carry out photosynthesis and obtain nutrients primarily by ingestion. (ans)

_____ Multicellular organisms composed of eukaryotic cells. The cells are organized into tissues and have cell walls. They obtain nutrients by photosynthesis and absorption. (ans)

A. Fungi Kingdom
B. Protista Kingdom
C. Plantae Kingdom
D. Animalia Kingdom

 

3. Multiple Choice (ans)

 

 


Gary E. Kaiser, Ph.D.
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The Community College of Baltimore County, Catonsville Campus
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