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5 th Grade Plants & Animals Vocabulary Ms. Thornburgs Flash Cards!
Your Name What do we call the kingdom of classification for organisms that have only one cell and also have a nucleus, or cell control center? Protist
Your Name What do we call the largest group into which living things can be classified? Kingdom
Your Name What do we call the grouping of things by using a set of rules? Classification
Your Name What do we call the smallest name grouping used in classification? Species
Your Name What do we call plants that have tubes? Vascular
Your Name What do we call animals that have hair and produce milk for their young? Mammals
Your Name What do we call the kingdom of classification for organisms having only one cell and no nucleus? Monerans
Your Name What do we call the second smallest name grouping used in classification? Genus
Your Name What do we call living things that look like plants but cannot make their own food; example, mushrooms? Fungi
Your Name What do we call animals that have moist skin and no scales? Amphibians
Your Name What do we call animals that have dry, scaly skin? Reptiles
Your Name What do we call plants that do not have tubes? Nonvascular
Your Name What do we call vertebrates with feathers? Birds
Your Name What do we call animals without a backbone? Invertebrates
Your Name What do we call vertebrates that live their entire life in the water? Fish
Your Name What do we call animals with a backbone? Vertebrates
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