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Classification Quiz

7th Grade Basic Classification Quiz Review

What is another name for a living thing? organism
Name all 6 kingdoms Eubacteria, Archae, Protists, Fungi, Plants, Animals
What part of a scientific name do you look at to tell if the organisms are closely related? the genus
What is the name of the two part naming system developed by Linnaean? binomial nomenclature
Which 2 kingdoms have cells with no nucleus? archae & eubacteria
What language are scientific name written in? latin
Why do scientists classify living things? so organisms are easier to study and talk about
If you have to use a microscope to see an organism, is it more likely to be unicellular or multicellular? unicellular
A book with pictures that show differences between similar organisms is called a field guide
How many organisms are in the SPECIES level of classification? one
Organisms that are more closely related, have _____ levels of classification in common. more
Once an organism is classified, you know _______ about that organism. a lot
Created by: Cabrini