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chapter 6-7.2

A puritan clergyman who lived in england and discovered taxonomy John Ray
A distinct type of organism Species
The Father of Taxonomy Carlous Linnaus
classification system kingdom,______, ______, order ,______,_______, specie Phylum,class,family,genus
Always consist of its genus and species name, with the genus name listed first Scientific Name
The primary basis for classifying living things is... Bady Structure
Those with vascular system Tracheophytes
Without a vascular system Bryophytes
Tiny one-celled reproductive structures that will eventually produce new plants Spores
Most unique seedless plants Fern
Chloryphyll-containing stems that carry on photosynthesis instead of its tiny green leaves Horsetail
Bears spores in clubshaped conelike structures Club Moss
Which can survive in every climate of the world, often form a lush, green coating on moist surface Mosses
Tiny hairlike threads that absorb water and nutrients Rhizoids
Have the same ody structure as mosses Liverworts
Animals with backbones Vertebrates
Animals without backbones Invertebrates
Belong to phylum Annelida and include earthworm and leaches Segmented worms
Rows of bristle Setae
Belong to phylum platyhelminthes Flatworm
Organisms that live in or on other organisms and obtain nutrients from them Parasites
Belong to phylum Nematoda Roundworms
Family that includes clams, oisters,snails ,slugs, and octopuses Mollusks
used for locomotion foot
containing internal organ Viseral hump
skinlike organ mantle
all of which are marine animal, include starfish, sea urchins,and san dollars Echinoderms
Jellyfish, sea anemones, and corals Coelenterates
Extend from the coelenterate's body to capture its prey Tentacles
It is the only multicellular animal without a nervous system Sponges
Vertebrae Mammals (class) Mammalia
The mammals different characteristics
The science of classification Taxonomy
Created by: Talisha Gomez