Glossary of Classification of Living Things
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- Is one of the 5 kingdoms; has Eukaryotic cells; is many-celled; doesn`t move; members make their own food.
- the fifth-highest taxonomical category, below an order.
- One of the 5 kingdoms; has Eukaryotic cells; can be one or many celled; don`t move; obtains food from other organisms.
- the second-highest of the taxonomical categories in the plant kingdom
- the science of grouping and naming organisms.
- the system of naming all organisms with two words; Homo sapiens
- binomial nomenclature
- Is one of the 5 kingdoms; has Eukaryotic cells; is many celled; moves; eats plants or other animals.
- to group ideas, information, or objects, based on their similarities.
- organisms whose members are alike and successfully reproduce among themselves.
- the third highest taxonomical category, below a phylum (animals) or division(plants).
- Organisms are placed into kingdoms based on 4 characteristics. What are these?
- First- whether or not organisms have a nucleus. 2nd- by # of cells. 3rd-does the organism make its own food. 4th- does the organism move.
- the highest of the taxonomic categories, having the largest number of species; kingdoms include all other categories.
- the second-highest of the taxonomical categories in the animal kingdom.
- a step by step guide to identifying an organism, requiring the choice of one of two descriptions at each step.
- dichotomous key
- Name the 5 kingdoms of living things.
- Monera, Protist, Fungi, Plant, Animal.
- the fourth-highest taxonomical category, below a class.
- the evolutionary history of an organism.
- the second-largest taxonomic category.
- Is one of the 5 kingdoms; is one and many-celled; some move; some members make their own food, others obtain food from other organisms.
- One of the 5 kingdoms that has prokaryotic cells; is one-celled; some members make their own food; some move.
- organisms with a nucleus and organelles surrounded by membranes.
- a great variety of plant and animal species on earth.
- species diversity
- Compare & Contrast Aristotle`
and Linnaeau`s classification systems.
- Aristotle- 2 kingdoms;animals divided according to where they live;plants divided according to size structure. Linnaeus-grouped according to structures,systems,size,shape,color,food getting.
- monerans that don`t have an organized nucleus or organelles are called what?
- What is the purpose of classification?
- To arrange or group things according to similarities and differences.
- Each kingdom is separated into 6 groups. Name them.
- Kingdom,Phylum, Class, Order,Family, Genus, Species. (King Philip Came Over For Green Spaghetti.)
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