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Grade 7 Microbiology
Bacteria that grow well in the absence of oxygen are called                       .
  1. oxygen-fixing bacteria
  2. anaerobic bacteria
  3. aerobic bacteria
  4. none of these
Grade 9 Taxonomy
The two domains composed of only unicellular organisms are
  1. Fungi and Bacteria.
  2. Archaea and Fungi.
  3. Protists and Bacteria.
  4. Archaea and Bacteria.
Grade 8 Evolution
Which of the following lists organisms from youngest to oldest?
  1. bacteria, fish, mammals
  2. bacteria, mammals, fish
  3. fish, bacteria, mammals
  4. mammals, fish, bacteria
Grade 5 Microbiology
Bacteria is a/an
  1. animal-like one celled organism.
  2. plant-like one celled organism.
  3. one celled organisms with no nucleus.
Grade 9 Biogeochemical Cycles
What are two ways in which nitrogen fixation happens?
  1. bacteria and water
  2. water and lightning
  3. bacteria and lightning
  4. bacteria and producers
None Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
  1. refers to invisible, single-celled organisms that often cause disease.
  2. need living cells in order to grow and multiply.
  3. are organisms that need to live inside a hose to survive.
  4. are the cause of all food bourne disease.
Grade 6 Microbiology
Grade 11 Taxonomy
Prokaryotes are classified as belonging to two different domains. What are the domains?
  1. Bacteria and Protista
  2. Bacteria and Archaea
  3. Archaea and Monera
  4. Bacteria and Eukarya
  5. Eukarya and Monera
None Microbiology
Nail fungus is a type of                       .
  1. virus
  2. scabies
  3. nonpathogenic bacteria
  4. pathogenic bacteria
Grade 8 Microbiology
How do bacteria move?
  1. Flagellum
  2. Legs
  3. Filopodia
  4. Chemorepulsion
Grade 8 Protists and Fungi
Why do single-celled amoeba and bacteria belong to different domains?
  1. amoebas eat bacteria.
  2. bacteria are not made of cells
  3. bacteria cells lack a membrane-enclosed nucleus
  4. amoebas are motile; bacteria are not
Continuing Education Microbiology
Which is the correct order when going from smallest to largest organism?
  1. bacteria, virus, fungi
  2. fungi, bacteria, virus
  3. they are all the same
  4. virus, bacteria, fungi
Grade 7 Microbiology
Which statement is not true about bacteria?
  1. Bacteria can be either autotrophic or heterotrophic.
  2. Bacteria are prokaryotes.
  3. Bacteria have a cell nucleus.
  4. Bacteria do not have nucleic acids.
Grade 7 Taxonomy
Which of the following statements is true?
  1. Only bacteria are prokaryotes
  2. Organisms in the domains Archaea and Bacteria are prokaryotes
  3. All bacteria are eukaryotes
  4. Organisms in the domains Archaea and Bacteria are eukaryotes
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