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Unit 12 Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Kingdom The most general category we can classify organisms into.
Animal A kingdom of organisms that are heterotrophic (they have to consume their food), multicellular and do not have cell walls!
Plant A kingdom of organisms that are autotrophic (they make their own food through photosynthesis), multicellular, have cell walls!
Bacteria A kingdom of organisms that are prokaryotic.
Genus The first of the Latin names in the binomial nomenclature system.
Species A group of organisms that can mate and produce fertile offspring. The second of the Latin names in the binomial nomenclature system.
Binomial Nomenclature The two naming system that scientists use to classify and identify organisms.
Created by: missnash