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Science exam T. 11

science exam review chapter 11

The division of organisms into groups or classes based on characteristics is... classification
The science of describing, classification, and naming organisms is... taxonomy
Carolus Linnaeus is known for... founding the science of taxonomy
The eight levels of classification, from general to specific, are... domain,kingdom,phylum,class,order,family,genus,species
a pine tree is a member of the kingdom... Plantae
For hundreds of years, people thought all living things belonged to one of two groups. What were the two groups? animals and plants
What can you find out by working through a dichotomous key in order? the identity of an organism
Euglena is member of the kingdom... protista
The organisms in what kingdom usually move by themselves and have specialized sense organs that allow them to respond to their environment? Animalia
The scientific name of an organism comes fro mits genus and specific name
The scientific name for the common house cat is Felis domesticus. What is its specific name? domesticus
What would scientists do if they discovered organisms that could not fit into any of the four kingdoms of the domain Eukarya? create a new kingdom
An example of a simple animal is sponge
Members of kingdom Animalia depend on bacteria and fungi because bacteria and fungi recycle nutrients in dead organisms
What kingdom does slime mold belong to? Protista
This domain includes prokaryotes that live in extreme environments Archaea
This domain in includes prokaryotes that live in soil, water, and in humans Bacteria
This kingdom includes mostly single-celled or simple multicellular organisms Protista
This kingdom includes nongreen, nonmoving eukaryotic organisms that break down substances outside their bodies and absorb the nutrients Fungi
This kingdom includes complex, multicellular organisms that lack cell walls, can usually move and respond to their environment. Animalia
This kingdom includes complex multicellular organisms that are usually green, have cell walls, and make sugar by photosyntheses Plantae
This domain is made up all eukaryotes Eukarya
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