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Science Kingdoms

Science Test

Name the 3 things all organisms need. Food,Water,Shelter
Explain the difference between an autotroph and a heterotroph in your own words. Autotroph makes it's own food using photosynthesis and a Heterptroph gets it's energy by feeding off something else.
Where do most autotrophs get their energy from? The Sun
What are the 6 characteristics of living things?
What does binomial nomenclature mean? The two part scientific name.
hat does the first word in a scientific name represent? The second name? The first word represents the genus and the second name represents the species.
What are the 4 rules for writing a scientific name correctly? The word is in italics. 2. The first letter of the genus needs to be uppercased. 3. The first word is the genus. 4. The second word is the species.
What is taxonomy? The classification of organism groups.
What are the seven levels of modern classification? Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species
Which of the 7 levels is the broadest and includes the widest range of organisms? Which is most specific? Kingdom has the widest range of organisms. Species is the most specific level.
Name at least 4 characteristics scientists use to determine which organisms will be in each kingdom. Do they have a nucleus? How do they get energy? How many cells do they have? Is the organism sessile or motile?
Created by: strobes