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Name the 6 Kingdoms of Living Organisms 1. Plants 2. Animals 3. Protists 4. Fungi 5. Archaebacteria 6. Eubacteria
Name the 5 classes of vertebrates 1. Mammal 2. Bird 3. Fish 4. Reptile 5. Amphibians
What are some examples of angiosperms? sunflower, apples, and roses
What are some examples of gymnosperms? conifers, pine trees, spruces, and firs
What is a seed? the small part of a flowering plant that grows into a new plant.
What is bacteria? microscopic living organisms, usually one-celled (single-celled), that can be found everywhere.
What are vertebrates? an animal with a backbone.
What are invertebrates? an animal without a backbone.
What is a dichotomous key? a tool that allows the user to determine the identity of items in the natural world, such as trees, wildflowers, mammals, reptiles, rocks, and fish. Means "divided into two parts"
What are vascular plants? higher plants are plants that have specialized tissues for conducting water, minerals, and photosynthetic products through the plant. Examples are ferns, flowering plants, and sugar maples
What are nonvascular plants? plants without a vascular system consisting of xylem and phloem.
What are protist? These organisms are not plants, animals, bacteria, or fungi. Any of various one-celled organisms.
What are protozoa? single-celled organisms that act a lot like animals in that they move around and feed on prey. Greek for 'first animals,' a name given to these tiny, one-celled organisms.
What is radial symmetry? symmetry around a central axis (pie shaped), as in a starfish or a tulip flower.
What is bilateral symmetry? the property of being divisible into symmetrical halves on either side of a unique plane. Examples: worms, insects, spiders
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