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List the seven levels of classification from largest to smallest. Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species
Identify the six kingdoms. Archaebacteria Eubacteria Protists Fungi Plants Animals
Explain one difference between plants and fungi. Plants are autotrophic. Fungi are heterotrophic.
1. What is the name of the method used to today to name organisms? Binomial nomenclature 2. Who devised this system of naming organisms? Carolus Linnaeaus 3. What does the scientific name of an organism consist of? Genus species
Identify the kingdom each organism belongs to. 1.Yeast 2.Maple tree 3.Mushroom 4.Lizard 5.Paramecium 6.Found in hot springs 7.Moss 8.Insect 9.Amoeba 10.Bacteria that causes strep throat 11.Algae Fungi Plants Fungi Animal Protists Archaebacteria Fungi Animal Protists Eubacteria Protists
Explain the differences between a kingdom and a species. A kingdom is the largest level while species is the smallest level. A kingdom is made up of the largest number of organisms while a species contains the smallest number. A kingdom consists of organisms that are not very similar to each other while a species consists of organisms that are most similar to each other.
In which group do all the organisms belong to the same kingdom? 1.Dog, mushroom, maple tree 2.Paramecium, ameba, euglena 3.Bacteria, ameba, rose 4.Bacteria, moss, lettuce
The diagrams above show single-celled organisms. In the past, they were difficult to classify as either plants or animals. Currently, these organisms are classified as 1.worms 2.fungi 3.bacteria 4.protists
Acer saccharum is the scientific name for the sugar maple tree. Acer is the name of the tree's 1.genus 2.phylum 3.species 4.kingdom
According to the six-kingdom classification system, which two groups of organisms are classified as protists? 1.bryophytes and tracheophytes 2.coelenterates and annelids 3.protozoa and algae 4.bacteria and chordates
In which group do all the organisms belong to the same kingdom? 1.Yeast, mushroom, maple tree 2.Paramecium, ameba, algae 3.Bacteria, ameba, algae 4.Bacteria, moss, geranium
Most multicellular, autotrophs that carry on photosynthesis belong to the kingdom a. Animals b. Fungi c. Eubacteria d. Plants
Which is not true of Protista? a. Some are autotrophs. b. Some are heterotrophs. c. They are prokaryotic. d. An example is algae.
The kingdom that contains prokaryotes is a.Eubacteria b. Protista c. Fungi d. Plants e. All of these
DNA is found in a.all archaebacteria b. all Protista c. all Fungi d. All of these
The level of classification that consists of organisms that are most closely related is a.Kingdom b.Phylum c.Genus d.Species
Which kingdom consists of organisms in which its genetic information is found in the cytoplasm? a.Fungi b.Archaebacteria c.Protist d.Plant