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How many kingdoms are there? List them Six archae eubacteria protists fungi plants animals
How many levels of classification are there? List them 8 domain kingdom phylum class order family genus species
What is taxonomy? The study of how living things are classified
What does archaebacteria mean? "Ancient bacteria"
When did archaebacteria exist? Since before dinosaurs
Who made Binomial nomenclature? Linnaeus
What does Bionomial nomenclature do? It gives a two part name to an organism
What is a classification grouping containing closely related organisms? Genus
What do species have in common with an other organism that shares an evolutionary history? A common ancestor
What is a guide to find the name of an organism? Dichotomous key
Why is the protists kingdom called the "odds and ends" kingdom? Beacuse its organisms are different from each other
Whats an example of a fungus? Sample: mushrooms Others that will be excepted: mildew, yeast, mold
All plants are: Multicellular eukaryotes
What would happen on earth if plants didn't exist Life won't exist
How do animals adaptations help them with food? It allows them to locate, capture, and eat/ digest the food
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