Quiz Sheets in the Life on Earth - Plants, Animals, Etc. Category

The variety of different forms of organisms on Earth is simply amazing. Plants and animals, fungi and bacteria. This category relates to anything about living things on Planet Earth. Here you can create a word search quiz about mammals, or flash cards about different phylums in the plant kingdom.

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  • Flower parts and Their Functions (6 words)
    Example: David and Prynce wondered why the stigma was sticky. David believed it was like that to are attract insects to the flower. However, Prynce believed that it was sticky to help reproduce plant offspring. Explain how both are correct about the stigma.: The sticky substance is nectar that attracts the insects caring the pollen on their bodies that sticks on the stigma. The pollen on the stigma travels down the style to pollinate the plant eggs so the flower can produce other flowers., Inside the ovule, you will find: [m] plant eggs or reproductive cells, Petals are usually __________than sepals.: [m] wider,lighter colored, and softer, What parts of the flower are female parts and what are their function?: The female parts are the ovary and ovule. The ovary protects and house the ovule. The ovule are the plant eggs or reproductive cells that produce new flowers.
  • Flower parts and Their Functions (6 words)
    Example: David and Prynce wondered why the stigma was sticky. David believed it was like that to are attract insects to the flower. However, Prynce believed that it was sticky to help reproduce plant offspring. Explain how both are correct about the stigma.: The sticky substance is nectar that attracts the insects caring the pollen on their bodies that will stick to the nectar on the stigma. The pollen stuck to the stigma travel down the style into the ovary to pollinate the plant eggs so that the flower can , Inside the ovule, you will find: [m] plant eggs or reproductive cells, Petals are usually __________than sepals.: [m] wider,lighter colored, and softer, What parts of the flower are female parts and what are their function?: The female parts are the ovary and ovule. The ovary protects and house the ovule. The ovule are the plant eggs or reproductive cells that produce new flowers.
  • Flower parts and Their Functions (6 words)
    Example: David and Prynce wondered why the stigma was sticky. David believed it was like that to are attract insects to the flower. However, Prynce believed that it was sticky to help reproduce plant offspring. Explain how both are correct about the stigma.: They are both right because the sticky substance found on the stigma is nectar that attracts the insects caring the pollen on their bodies that will stick to the nectar on the stigma. The pollen stuck to the stigma travel down the style into the ovary to , Inside the ovule, you will find: [m] plant eggs or reproductive cells, Petals are usually __________than sepals.: [m] wider,lighter colored, and softer, What parts of the flower are female parts and what are their function?: The female parts are the ovary and ovule. The ovary protects and house the ovule. The ovule are the plant eggs or reproductive cells that produce new flowers.
  • Flower parts and Their Functions (6 words)
    Example: David and Prynce wondered why the stigma was sticky. David believed it was like that to are attract insects to the flower. However, Prynce believed that it was sticky to help reproduce plant offspring. Explain how both of there idea about the stigma are c: They are both right because the sticky substance found on the stigma is nectar that attracts the insects caring the pollen on their bodies that will stick to the nectar on the stigma. The pollen stuck to the stigma travel down the style into the ovary to , Inside the ovule, you will find: [m] plant eggs or reproductive cells, Petals are usually __________than sepals.: [m] wider,lighter colored, and softer, What parts of the flower are female parts and what are their function?: The female parts are the ovary and ovule. The ovary protects and house the ovule. The ovule are the plant eggs or reproductive cells that produce new flowers.
  • Flower parts and Their Functions (6 words)
    Example: David and Prynce wondered why the stigma was sticky. They had different ideas about why it was stinky to the touch. David believed it was like that so insect are attracted to the flower. However, Prynce believed that it was so to help reproduce plant offs: They are both right because the sticky substance found on the stigma is the nectar that attract the insects with the pollen that will stick to the nectar on the stigma. The pollen stuck to the stigma will be carried down the style into the ovary to pollin, Inside the ovule, you will find: [m] plant eggs or reproductive cells, Petals are usually __________than sepals.: [m] wider,lighter colored, and softer, What parts of the flower are female parts and what are their function?: The female parts of a flower are the ovary and ovule. The ovary protects and house the ovule. The ovule are the plant eggs or reproductive cells that produce new flowers.
  • Flower parts and Their Functions (6 words)
    Example: David and Prynce wondered why the stigma was sticky. They had different ideas about why it was stinky to the touch. David believed it was like that so insect are attracted to the flower. However, Prynce believed that it was so to help reproduce plant offs: , Inside the ovule, you will find: [m] plant eggs or reproductive cells, Petals are usually __________than sepals.: [m] wider,lighter colored, and softer, What parts of the flower are female parts and what are their function?:
  • The Planet Test (7 words)
    Example: The planet that could float.: [m] Saturn, This planet rains Salfiric Acid.: [m] Venus, This planet has really strong winds.: [m] Neptune, The planet with the longest year.: [m] Pluto
    Created by lukeb
  • Norah's classification quiz (4 words)
    Please write in an answer.
    Example: To classify, you start with Kingdom and end with: Species, Name an example of a fungal product you use.: Cheese, chocolate, bread, yeast, antibiotics, etc., What part of a mushroom produces spores?: Gills, How was this quiz: [m] Good
  • Norah's classification quiz (4 words)
    Please write in an answer.
    Example: To classify, you start with Kingdom and end with: Species, Name an example of a fungal product you use.: Cheese, chocolate, bread, yeast, antibiotics, etc., What part of a mushroom produces spores?: Gills, How was this quiz: [m] Good
  • Norah's classification quiz (7 words)
    unit 10 quiz over packet pages 1-21
    Example: How many steps are in classification?: [m] 7, What is the key for classifying called?: [m] Dichotomous key, How kingdoms are there?: [m] 6, Which is part of the animalia kingdom?: [m] Tiger
  • Norah's classification quiz (7 words)
    unit 10 quiz over packet pages 1-21
    Example: How many steps are in classification?: [m] 7, What is the key for classifying called?: [m] Dichotomous key, How kingdoms are there?: [m] 6, Which is part of the animalia kingdom?: [m] Tiger
  • Vocabulary Quiz 2 (7 words)
    Animal Adaptations/Habitat
    Example: What is the correct part of speech for the word RESIDENT: [m] noun, Define the word MARSH: a low, wet land, What is NOT an antonym for the word EXAMINE: [m] interrogate, Select the correct synonym for the word OBSERVE: [m] notice
  • Chapter 6 Genes and DNA (6 words)
    Example: What does DNA stand for?: [m] Deoxyribonucleic acid, A gene is NOT a:: [m] complete chromosome, Use DNA as a definition in your own words: , Use gene as a definition in your own words :
    Created by KhMhSe
  • Energy Flow in Ecosystems Quiz (7 words)
    (pages 404-409)
    Example: degycbxhxdxx: sx, ss: xaxxs, xdxdxss: x, xx: xxsx
  • Chapter 11 Section 1 (7 words)
    Example: In what does sound travel the slowest : gases , In what does sound tavel the fastest : solids, What type of movement does sound waves move energy : place to place , Sound wave has a ______ amplitude and carries more energy : higher
  • Chapter 11 section 1 (7 words)
    Example: In what does sound travel the slowest : gases , In what does sound tavel the fastest : solids, what type of movement does dound waves move energy : place to place , sound wave has a ______ amplitude and carries more energy : higher

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