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Eukaryotes

Eukaryotes

Eukaryotes: youCARRYoats Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Eukaryotes? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. What type of structure drives movement in amoeba?


Pseudopodia
Cilia
Flagella
Legs
Hyphae
Q. Which kingdoms use spores as part of their reproduction cycle?


Fungi and Plantae
Protista and Fungi
Protista, Fungi, and Plantae
Protista and Plantae
All of the above
Q. Which of the following describe sponges?


Tissues, bilateral symmetry, protostomes, most with exoskeleton shells
Tissues, bilateral symmetry, deuterostomes, Notochords
No tissue layers or symmetry, endoskeleton
Tissues, no symmetry, protostomes, no exoskeletons
Tissues, bilateral symmetry, endoskeletons
Q. What distinguishes the model organism yeast from mice and worms?


Yeast perform photosynthesis
Yeast are unicellular
Yeast are not eukaryotes
Yeast have tissues
Yeast are protists.
Q. What distinguishes the model organism C. elegans from Drosophila?


C. elegans is not ideal for development studies
C. elegans is a multicellular protest.
. C. elegans has an opaque body structure while Drosophila embryos are transparent.
Cells from C. elegans have a mapped cell fate.
C. elegans cannot be frozen.
Q. According to the endosymbiotic theory, which organelles likely originated from free-living prokaryotes?


Chloroplasts and nuclei
Chloroplasts and mitochondria
Mitochondria and nuclei
Mitochondria, Ribosomes, ER, Chloroplasts, and Golgi
All membrane bound organelles
Q. Which kingdom uses hyphae to obtain nutrients?


Plantae
Fungi
Protista
Animalia
None of the above
Q. What organism causes a red tide?


Dinoflagellates
Diatoms
Rust
Red bacteria
Mildew
Q. What structure is shared by all prokaryotes and eukaryotes?


Nucleus
Mitochondria
Chromatin
Cell wall
Ribosomes
Q. What was likely the first eukaryotic cell?


Bacteria
Archaea
Cyanobacteria
Protists
Fungi
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