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What is evolution? How humans and other animals came to be the way they are today.
How does evolution relate to genetic material? Genetic Material is related to evolution because mutations in the DNA cause the changes.
Overpopulation? When an organism produces too many babies and the environment can't handle it.
Variation? Change in DNA being passed down.
Adaption? A trait that is being passed down that gives the animal an advantage.
How are variations different from adaptions? Variations are the slight change that cause the adaption.
Isolation? Animals that get 'left behind' start a new generation with another animal.
Why do scientists classify organisms? It is easier to recognize and study them.
Is classifying animals important? Why or why not? Yes because one simple name for an animal can mean something totally in another language. Putting them in binomial nomenclature is easier to recognize them.
How are organisms classified? Based on physical traits and genetic material/cells.
What are the 8 levels of classification? Domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order, class, family, genus and species.
Most specific level of classification? Species
Most general level of classification? Domain
3 Domains? Eukaryote, Archaea and Bacteria
What are the 6 kingdoms? Protista, Animalia, Archaea, Plantae, Fungi and Bacteria.
Characteristics of Plantae? -Food by Sun's energy -Can't move from place to place -Can grow around or on things -Can grow upward and toward light -Multicelluar -Eukaryote
Organisms from Animalia? Humans, dogs, whales, bears, etc.
Organisms from Fungi? Molds, Yeasts and Mushrooms
Created by: s_mehdi