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Row 1, Col 1 The first person to propose a classification system Who is Carl Von Linne?
1,2 Organisms of the same that can interbreed What is species?
1,3 Carl Von Linne classified organisms into which two groups What are Plants and Animals?
1,4 The discipline of classifying organisms and assigning each organism a universally acceptable name What is taxonomy?
2,1 The basic unit of life What is a cell?
2,2 The largest groupings in the animal kingdom What is Phyla?
2,3 The lowest hierarchy level in biological classification What is species?
2,4 All unicellular eukaryotes that are either heterotrophic or photosynthetic belong to the kingdom What is fungi?
3,1 An instrument used to see objects that are too small for the naked eye What is a microscope?
3,2 Kingdoms that contain unicellular organisms What are Monera and Protista?
3,3 Animals that cannot make their own food What are heterotrophs?
3,4 Monerans are also known as What is bacteria?
4,1 Fungi were once thought to belong to this kingdom What is the Plant Kingdom?
4,2 Scientists who classify organisms Who are taxonomists?
4,3 Advances in what have helped scientists take a better look at organisms and classifying those organisms What is technology?
4,4 The control center of a cell What is the nucleus?
5,1 The two part naming system of classification What is Binomial Nomenclature?
5,2 Organisms that have only one cell are termed as What is Unicellular?
5,3 A mushroom is a type of What is fungi?
5,4 The largest classification group What is Kingdom?
The science of naming organisms.
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Classification of Living Things Chapter 7. Why There is a Need for Classifying There are well over 2 million different types of organisms known.
Kingdom Post Test Part 1.
ANIMALIA. kingdom of multicellular eukaryotic heterotrophs whose cells do not have cell walls.
Classification of Living Things
Protists Small in Size, Enormous in Diversity. Taxonomy Review What are the different groups a species is classified into? Kingdom Phylum Class.
The study of classifying organisms What is it?!!
Science 7. Explain why biologists classify organisms. Relate the levels of classification to the relationships between organisms. List characteristics.
Classification Chapter 18.
Diversity of Organisms 5 to 30 million species estimated Axolotl.
Taxonomy Study of classification Classifying critters into their specific Kingdom, Phylum…etc.
Learning Targets “I Can…” -Explain why biologists use scientific names rather than common names. -Name the classification system created by Linnaeus. -Give.
Science dealing with the classification of organism axonomy T.
1 Chapter 18- Classification. 2 I. Finding order in Diversity A. Why classify? 1. To study the diversity of life, biologists use a classification system.
Taxonomy and Classification Biology I – The History of Classification 17.3 Domains and Kingdoms.
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Take out a piece of notebook paper from your binder Fold the sides in like shutters on a house.
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