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Unit 4,Les 1

Science

TermDefinition
Kingdom Scientists place organisms into one of six groups or ___
traits organism in the same kingdom have similar _____
trait a characteristic of a living thing
Kingdom the largest group into which organisms can be classified
6 there are _____ kingdoms
microorganism organism that can only be seen with a microscope
microscope a tool used to look at microorganisms
protists and bacteria 2 examples of microorganisms
invertebrates animals without a backbone
vertebrates animals with a backbone
warm-blooded body temperature stays the same
cold-blooded body temperature changes to match the animals' surroundings
Vertebrates birds, reptiles, mammals, fish and amphibians are 5 groups of ____
Mammals have fur, live birth, feed babies milk, have lungs, and warm-blooded
Reptiles dry, scaly skin, lay eggs, cold blooded and have lungs
Amphibians smooth moist skin, cold blooded, lay eggs, and go through metamorphosis
birds feathers, wings, lay eggs, breathe with lungs, and warm blooded
fish scales, breathe will gills, have fins, lay eggs, and cold blooded
arthropods largest group of invertebrates
arthropods spiders, insects, scorpions, shrimp, and crabs are examples of _____
Created by: amy sikes