scientists classify organisms & assign each organism a universally accepted name
two word naming system creating by Carolus Linnaeus
group of closely related species
each taxonomic category in the naming system
consists of genera that share many characteristics
broad taxonomic category composed of similar families
taxonomic category composed of similar orders
taxonomic category composed of similar classes
the largest of all taxonomic categories
a taxonomic category larger than a Kingdom- there are three of these
unicelluar and prokaryotic organisms
a kingdom that is found in the Bacteria domain
domain that includes unicellular & prokaryotic organisms, live in extreme environments
a kingdom that is found in the Archae domain
domain that consists of all organisms that have a nucleus
kingdom that is composed of eukaryotic organisms that cannot be classified as animals, plants, or fungi
kingdom that are heterotrophs that feed on dead or decaying organic matter
kingdom that contain multicellular organisms that are photosynthetic autotrophs
kingdom that contain multicellular and heterotrophic organisms
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