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Classification

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What is classification? The process of classifying something dew to characteristics and qualities.
Organism A life form.
Diversity variety
Characteristics A feature that something or somewhere has
Dichotomous key A tool that allows the person in use to identify items of the natural world.
Taxonomy The classification of organisms and etc.
Domain The highest taxonomic rank of organisms
Six kingdom system The ranking of organisms with, Plantae, Animalia, etc
Microorganism An organism that you need a microscope to view.
Single-celled An organism made of one cell.
Multi-celled An organism made of multiple cells.
Prokaryotic A simple cell with no nucleus.
Eukaryotic A cell with a nucleus.
Autotroph An organism that makes its own food.
Heterotroph An organism that gets its nutrients from other things.
Decomposer An organism that decomposed organic material.
Carnivore An organism that only consumes meat.
Herbivore An organism that only consumes plants.
Omnivore An organism that consumes both plants and animals.
Detritivore An organism that consumes dead organic material.
Insectivore An organism that consumes only insects.
Phylogeny Having to d with Phylogenesis
Cladogram A diagram that shows the relationship between a certain number of species.
Created by: EmilyMeowChan