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5 Matching questions

  1. PROKARYOTE
  2. BACTERIA
  3. CLASSIFICATION
  4. CLADISTICS
  5. ANIMALIA
  1. a THE GROUPING OF OBJECTS OR ORGANISMS BASED ON A SET OF CONDITIONS; HELPS SCIENTIST ORGANIZE & COMMUNICATION INFORMATION
  2. b KINGDOM OF ANIMALS
  3. c CELLS WITHOUT A NUCLEUS
  4. d ONE OF THREE DOMAINS; MICROSCOPIC PROKARYOTES WHOSE CELL WALLS CONTAIN PEPTIDOGLYCAN
  5. e TAXONOMIC METHOD THAT CLASSIFIES ORGANISMS ACCORDING TO THE ORDER THAT THEY DIVERGED FROM A COMMON ANCESTOR

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A GROUP OF SPECIES THAT ARE CLOSELY RELATED AND SHARE A COMMON ANCESTOR
  2. PROKARYOTES WHOSE CELL WALLS CONTAIN PEPTIDOGLYCAN
  3. ORGANISMS THAT CAPTURE ENERGY FROM THE SUNLIGHT OR INORGANIC SUBSTANCES TO PRODUCE THEIR OWN FOOD; ALSO CALLED A PRODUCER
  4. A GROUP OF RELATED PHYLA(PLURAL PHYLUM) THAT OR DOMAINS.
  5. PROKARYOTES WHOSE CELL WALLS DO NOT CONTAIN PEPTIDOGLYCAN

5 True/False questions

  1. DOMAINIS A GROUP OF ONE OR MORE KINGDOMS, THE BROADEST OF ALL TAXON & CONTAINS ONE OR MORE KINGDOMS

          

  2. PHYLUMDIVISION, CONTAINS RELATED CLASSES OF ORGANISMS

          

  3. TAXONOMYDISCIPLINE OF BIOLOGY CONCERNED WITH NAMING AND CLASSIFYING SPECIES BASED ON NATURAL RELATIONSHIPS

          

  4. MONERAA GROUP OF SPECIES THAT ARE CLOSELY RELATED AND SHARE A COMMON ANCESTOR

          

  5. BINOMIAL NOMENCLATUREGIVES EACH SPECIES A SCIENTIFIC NAME THAT HAS TWO PARTS, THE FIRST IS GENUS, THE SECOND IS THE SPECIFIC NAME

          

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