6 Written Questions
6 Multiple Choice Questions
- the science of naming and classifying organisms.
- is a segment of DNA that relates to a specific trait or function of an organism.
- are phyisical structures that were fully developed and functional in an ancestral group of organisms but are reduced and unused in the later species.
- an organism that is made up of many cells.
- the procss of arranging organisms into groups based on similarities.
6 True/False Questions
adaptation → the evolution of new species from an existing species.
Dichotomous key → asks a series of questions that can be anwsered in only two ways.
unicellular organism → an organism that is made up of many cells.
fossil → the imprint or hardened remains of a plant or animal that lived long ago.
Binomial nomenclature → describes a system of naming somthing using two names, or words.
Genus → a group of species that have similar characteristics.