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Classification Vocab

because i need to know these things to live

TermDefinition
Classificatoin How things are grouped
Organism A living thing
Diversity Differnces
Charachteristics What makes a thing different from others
Dichotomous key A key used to determine what an organism is
Taxonomy The classification of living things
Domain The most inclusive taxa
Six Kingdom System The kingdoms under domain Fungi, Protista, Animalia, Plantae, Archaebacteria, and Eubacteria
Single Celled Having one cell
Multi Celled Having more than one cell
Prokaryote A cell without membrane bound organelles
Eukaryote A cell with membrane bound organelles
Autotroph MAkes own food
Heterotroph Eats other living things
Decomposer Decomposes dead things
Carnivore eats meat
Herbivore eats plants
Omnivore Eats everything
Detrivore animal that feeds on dead things
Insectivore (of an animal) feeding on insects, worms, and other invertebrates. (of a plant such as the Venus flytrap) able to capture and digest insects.
Phylogeny the evolutionary history of an organism
Cladogram a branching diagram showing the cladistic relationship between a number of species
Created by: HazelnutPI