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Science Quiz

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How many animals have been named 13 billion
What percent of animals have been named pro
What percent of animals have been named 5 percent
How many animals have been named 13 billion
What percent of animals have been named 5 percent
the arrangement of organisms into orderly groups based on their similarities classification
8 levels of classification are... Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
science of naming and classinfying organisms taxonomy
taxonomists use what languages to classify latin n some greek
8 levels of classification are... Domain, Kingdom, Phylum
Organisms in Domain Bacteria are or have... prokaryotes(no nucleas), unicellular organisms
Organisms in Domain archaea are or have... live in extreme environments, unicellular, prokaryotes
Organisms in Domain Eukarya are or have... have cell parts, eukaryotes-nucleas
Kingdoms in Domain Eukarya are.. plants, animals, fungi, protists
Six Kingdoms Protista, Animalia, Plantae, Archaeabacteria, Fungi, Eubacteria
Fungi has mold, mushrooms, yeasts
Plantae has trees, grasses, mossses
Animalia has lions, tigers, bears, bugs, micro organisms
Bacteria has Organisms that cause illness and spoil
Protista has alge, seaweed, paramecium, euglena, and other micro pond life
Archaea has includes life found in extremely harsh environments
John Ray first to use latin for naming
Carolus Linnaeus Father of Taxonomy he developed the modern system of binomial nomenclature
Aristotle First taxonomist lived 2000 years ago
dichotomus key used to identify organisms
Characteristics r given in pairs
another word for levels from broadest to least broad hierarchy
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