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Classification

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What is missing from this list of the 6 kingdoms? Archaebacteria, Eubacteria, Fungi, Animalia, Plantae Protista
What is missing from the seven levels of classification? Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Family, Genus, Speices Order
What do Protista, Plantae, Fungi and Animalia have in common All are eukaryotes
What kingdom is prokaryotic and found in extreme temperatures Archaebacteria
What kingdom has organisms that are eukaryotic, heterotrophic and have cell walls? Fungi
What kingdom has organisms that are eukaryotic, heterotrophic and does not have cell walls Animalia
What kingdom has organisms that are autotrophic and have cell walls made of cellulose Plantae
What kingdom has organisms that are eukaryotic and mostly single celled, but some are multicellular? Protista
What kingdom has organisms that absorb their food? Fungi
What kingdom is e. coli an example of? Eubacteria
What kingdom has organisms that are eukaryotic, multicelled and are producers Plantae
What kingdom has organisms that are prokaryotic, single celled and live in normal conditions Eubacteria
What are the two parts of a binomial name? Genus and Species
What language are scientific names in Greek and/or latin
What kingdoms are prokaryotic (2) Archaebacteria and Eubacteria
What kindgoms are mostly or all multicellular (3) Plantae, Fungi, Animalia
What kingdoms are eukaryotic and mostly/all (2) Plantae and Protista
What kingdoms are mostly/all single celled (3) Protista, Archaebacteria, Eubacteria
What class of animals have dry scales, lay eggs and are cold blooded? Reptiles
What class of animals have feathers and lay eggs Birds
What class of animals have live births and are warm blooded Mammal
What class of animals have moist skin and lay eggs Amphibians
What class of animals are all aquatic and breathe through gills fish
What is vascular tissue? Transport cells in plants
What kind of plant does NOT have vascular tissue? moss (bryophytes)
What types of plants do NOT have seeds? (2) moss and ferns
What is the reproductive structure in a conifer? Cone
What is the reproductive structure in an angiosperm? Flower
What is a fruit? Ripened ovary
What is a plant embryo with food inside a protective coat called? Seed
What type of plants have "naked" seeds? Conifers / Gymnosperms
How can a botanist tell the difference between a fruit and a veggie? Fruits have seeds
What are the three parts of a pistil? Stigma, style, ovary
What are the two parts of a stamen? Anther and filament
What is the male reproductive STRUCTURE in a flower called? Stamen
What is the female reproductive STRUCTURE of a flower called? Pistil
What is the male reproductive CELL of a flower called? Pollen
What is the female reproductive CELL in a flower called? Ovule
What is the term that describes when pollen from one flower is brought to the pistil of another flower Cross Pollination
Why are flower petals often brightly colored and fragrant? To attract pollinators
If two organisms are in the same phylum, they are also in the same what? Kingdom
What process do plants do that give them the role producer? Photosynthesis
What is the name for a flowering plant that completes its life cycle in TWO growing seasons biennial
What plant part protects the petals and reproductive structures as the flower is developing? Sepal
Created by: TCDeaner