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classification unit

4th grade

the 5 kingdoms animals, plants, fungi, protists, monerans
the scientific name of a living thing is made up of genus & species
many-celled; feed on other living th ings ex: monkeys & spiders animals
many-celled; make their own food ex: trees & ferns plants
many-celled; absorb food from other living things ex: mushroom & yeast fungi
one-celled with nucleus; make their own food or feed off of other living things ex: algae & amoebas protist
the act of grouping things by using as et of rules classification
one-celled no nuclei; ex: virus & bacteria moneran
why do scientists classify living things? to make it easier
animals with backbones are called vertebrates
animals without a backbone are called invertebrates
5 groups of animals mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, amphibians
how are skeletons of vertebrates different from the skeletons of invertebrates? vetebrates skeletons are on the inside while an invertebrates skeleton is on the outside
where do the muscles attach to the bones of all living things joints
name the two groups plants are divided into vascular & nonvascular
plants have tubes in their roots, stems, and leaves
how do the water & nutrients travel in plants with no tubes it is absorbed
the center of a tree trunk that is made of hard dead cells is called heartwood
the living tubes are located in the ______ of the tree sapwood
what two things are carried up the tubes of vascular plants water and nutrients
what kind of place do nonvascular plants need to grow moist & fertile
Created by: amycarden