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Science Chapt. 1

Define:Autotroph Organisms that make their own food.
What are the levels of classification? Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order,Family, Genus, Species
Which classification level is broadest? Domain.
What consists of paired statements about the characteristics of different organisms? Taxonomic Keys.
Each Genus can be broken down into smaller groups called....... Species
Is the first word in a scientific name is an organism's genus, species or order? Genus
An organism's ability to make food is used to place organisms into kingdom.... TRUE or FALSE???? TRUE!
An organism's scientific name consists of its KINGDOM NAME AND ITS PHYLUM NAME....... TRUE OR FALSE? FALSE.........its genus name and species name.
Bacteria and Archea are two domains of......... Prokaryotes.
Who developed a naming system that grouped organisms on a basis of their observable features? Linnaeus
Water is the most abundant chemical found in living things.......TRUE OR FALSE???? TRUE!
Created by: mcneal1150