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Classification

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What are the 8 levels of classification in order? Domain,Kingdom,Phylum,Class,Order,Family,Genus, and Species
What are two examples of a annelid? Earthworm, Leech
What are some characteristics of a echinoderm? Skinny or teathery skin, radial symmetry, endoskeleton, live in salt water
What are two examples of a mollusk? Snail, Clam
What are some characteristics of a cnidarian? Floating sack, radial symmetry, tentacles, live in water
What are the three domains? Archaea, Bacteria, and Eukarya
What are some characteristics of annelids? Cylindrical body, Segmented body, Bilateral symmetry, Live on land or in water
What are the four kingdoms? Animal, Plant, Protista, and Fungi
What are two examples of a echinoderm? Starfish, Sea Urchins
What are archaea? They live in extreme conditions including high heat and super salty environments.
What are two examples of a cnidarian? Coral, Sea Anemone
What are Eukarya? It contains all organisms made up of cells containing a nucleus and organelles.
What are some characteristics of a chordate? Internal skeleton, Specialized body systems, Paired appendages, Backbone, Spinal chord, Gill slits
What are two examples of anthropoids? Fly, Lobsters
What is bacteria? Sometimes called eubacteria (meaning true bacteria) lives all around us, even within us.
What are some characteristics of a anthropoid? Hard exoskeleton, Rays of jointed legs, segmented bodies
What are two examples of chordates? Human, Whale
What is a phylum? It's a group of organisms that share more specific characteristics and activities.
What is a exoskeleton? The skeleton is the outer covering of the body.
What is a endoskeleton? The skeleton is inside the skin.
What is Radial symmetry? The body parts are arranged like the spokes of a wheel.
What is bilateral symmetry? The body parts are arranged as two mirror images.
What is a segmented body? It's a body in sections.
What is an appendage It's a part that comes out of the main body section.
What are tentacles? They are appendages that can grab and sting their prey.
What are spores? They act like a "seed" to start a new plant in plants that do not flower.
Created by: Daniel Gohmert