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Kim's Ch.6&7 study

classification and mammals

Linnaeus "the father of taxonomy"
What is the order of classification? kingdom, phylum, class, order, ... family, genus, species!!!!!!
scientific name of organisms consists of it's genus and... species
tracheophytes plants w/ vascular systems
bryophytes plants w/o vascular systems
spores tiny, one-celled reproductive structures
vertebrates (you know this) animals w/ backbones
invertebrates(you know this too) animals w/o backbones
segmented worms annelids
parasites animals that live on other organisms and steal their nutrients
vicseral hump contains mollusks' organs
echinoderms starfish, sea urchins, sand dollars
coelenterates jellyfish, sea anemones, corals
the largest mammal blue whale
endoskeleton internal skeleton
incisors cutting teeth
canines tearing teeth
molars grinding
carnivores meat eaters
herbivores plant eaters
omnivores meat and plant eaters
taxonomy the science of classification
Created by: kkj123