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SLS Bio11Taxonomy jm

SLS Bio11 Taxonomy (your initials)

TermDefinition
binomial nomenclature Is when two words are used to name and describe a specific species.the first word names the genus and the second one names the specific epithet
biochemical relationship it is the chemical substances and vital processes occurring in any specific living organisms
class the third level in the Hierarchy-Taxonomic Groups.
embryological relationship it compares an embryo to different specis that live in the same habitat.
eukaryotic cell an organisms whose cells or cell contain a working nucleus.
evolutionary relationship it is a table that describes the relationships between different organisms
family the third last group in the Hierarchy-Taxonomic Groups.
genus the second last group in the Hierarchy-Taxonomic Groups.
homologous structure it is when different organisms have the same dna organ or bone that are very similar that might help aid finding a common ancestor.
kingdom the second level in the Hierarchy-Taxonomic Groups.
order the 5th level in the Hierarchy-Taxonomic Groups.
phylum division used for plants and the 3rd level in the Hierarchy-Taxonomic Groups.
prokaryotic cell a cell that doesnt have a nucleus.
species the most specific and last level in the Hierarchy-Taxonomic Groups.
sub-phylum category that is below phylum and above class in the Hierarchy-Taxonomic Groups.
taxonomy/taxon a category that related organisms are placed into.
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