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Rhus toxicodendron, poison ivy, species is toxicodendron
Felis leo is most closely related to felis domesticus
hetertrophic eukaryote associated with the decompostion of dead organisms is fungus
Protis differ from bacteria how? Eukaryote- has nucleus and membrane, prokayote- no nucleus and bacteria.
All organisms in the kingdoms Protista, Plantae, Fungi and Animalia multicellular organisms
Autotrophs that carry on photosynthesis and their cells have a nucleus belong to kingdom Plantae
How is the species level of classification different from other taxonomic levels? most specific level and only one that has different names for every organism
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