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Classify Put things into groups based on their characteristics
organism something living
8 characteristics of life Made of cells Reproduce Grow and develop contain universal DNA respond to stimuli change over time (evolve) homeostasis need energy
8 levels of classification Domain - Kingdom- Phylum - Class - Order - Family - Genus -Species
3 Domains Archaea - Bacteria - Eukarya
Consumer An organism that ingests its food
4 kingdoms in Eukayra Plantea, Animalia, Protista, Fungi
Producer an organism that can make its own food
Heterotroph an organism that must consume its food
Autotroph an organism that makes its own energy, a producer
Unicellular an organism that is made of only one cell
Multicellular an organim that is composed of more than one cell
Phylum the third largest level of classification
Domain the larges level of classification, there are three domains
species the most specific level of classification
Kingdom the second largest level of organization, there are 8 kingdoms
genus the second to most specific level of classification
Scientific name the Genus and species of an organism,
Binomial nomenclature the two part naming system for living organisms made up of
Dichotomous Key a tool to help identify the name of an organism using paired, opposite characteristics
Phylogenetic tree tree that shows the relatedness of organisms
Created by: MrsWatkins