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Chapter 9 Classifica


The science of classifying living things Taxomony
A science where relationships among different species are charted based on similarities in their physical structure
A list of paired statements that identifies a living thing by it's physical characteristics; it can also show evolutionsry relationships Taxomicky
A two part Latinized name Biolcoloal name
He developed the basis of the modern day classification system Lineaus
A book that identifies organisms by pictures and descriptions of the organisms location,size or color Field Guide
A group that is made up of organisms that are able to mate and produce offspring of the same type Species
Important features sometimes unique to the organism in the field Zapro
Important features sometimes unique to the organism in the field Field Mark
The smallest classification division Species
Eight major levels of classifications....in order 1. Domain 2. Kingdom 3. Phylum 4. Class 5. Order 6. Family 7. Genus 8. Species
If two organisms are very closely related,they are mostly likely included in the same Family
Which of the following is Not one of the five kingdoms of living things? Mammalia
Which of the following is always true of organisms that belong to the same phylum? They belong to the same kingdom
Which of the following would be charted by comparative anatomy? Bone structure
The two names given to an organism in a system called binomial nomenclature identify the organism's Genus and Species
The study of which of the following has caused changes in the classification scheme of organisms ? DNA molecules
In the scientific name RATTUS NORVEGICUS, NORVEGIOUS is the species name and RATTUS is the.......name. Genus
Identify the organism in the RATTUS NORVEGICUS..... RAT
As you know,our next chapter deals with viruses(and you read it by now I'm sure!). Into which of the five kingdoms are virues classed?
Explain how the microscope was related to the development of the kingdom Protista. The microscope was related to kingdom Protista's development,because once we are able to closely observe the Protista we could classify them. We could see the traits.They have traits of both plants and animals,so they needed their own kingdom.
Name three organisms in the kingdom Fungi. Explain why these organisms are not part of the kingdom Plantea. MOLD,MUSHROOMS and BLUE CHEESE.Because they lack chlorphill.
list the five kingdoms currently being used in the modern classifacation systems.Give one example of an organism that can be found in each kingdom. Fungi...Example---Mold Animal....Example----Dog Plant.....Example----Poinsetta Protist....Example----- Moneran....Example-----Bacteria
Simple cells with no nuclei or organelles Moneran
Absorbs nutrients from other organisms. Fungi
Single cells or can live in colonies. Moneran
Use photosynthesis to make food. Plants
Able to move about; reproduce sexually;multicellular. Aminal
Reproduce sexually or with spores. Fungi
Single Cells with distinct nuclei Protist
Created by: cristina marie