The process of grouping things based on their similarities.
The scientific study of how organisms are classified.
The two-part naming system developed by Carolus Linneaus.
The first word in an organism's scientific name.
The second word in an organism's scientific name.
The broadest level of classification.
The smallest (or most specific) level of classification.
The genus name in Canis latrans.
The species name in Canis latrans.
An organism whose cell lacks a nucleus.
An organism whose cells contain a nucleus.
An organism that can make its own food.
An organism that cannot make its own food
Domain and kingdom that includes prokaryotic, unicellular organisms that can be found everywhere.
Domain and kingdom that includes prokaryotic, unicellular organisms found in "extreme" environments.
Kingdom that inlcludes algae, seaweed, amoebas, and parameciums.
Kingdom that includes mushrooms, molds, mildews, and yeast.
Kingdom that includes multicellular, autotrophs with examples like daisies, pine trees, and moss.
Kingdom that includes multicellular, heterotrophs with examples like sponges, earthworms, and humans.
The word "Archaea" means this.
The largest and most diverse kingdom.
The language most scientific names are written in.
Scientific name of humans.