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the science of defining/naming groups of organisms based on shared characteristics
biologist who studies taxonomy
Developed system of groups organisms based on similar structures. Today we use this as well as external/internal features
evolutionary history of an organism/how it changed over time
two word naming system (genus + species, written in italics)
detailed list of identifying characteristics that include scientific names
kingdom consisting of 'ancient' bacteria, living in extreme conditions, prokaryotic cells (no nuclei), unicellular
kingdom consisting of most bacteria are in this kingdom, living on/around/in you, some good, some bad, prokaryotic, unicellular
kingdom consisting of unicellular (some multicellular), eukaryotic, animal/plant/fungi-"like"
kingdom of organisms that absorbs its food, multicellular, can be harmful or helpful to us
kingdom consisting of organisms that are multicellular, complex, ingests their food
kingdom of organisms that are autotrophs and multicellular
a cell with a nucleus
a cell without a nucleus
Made up of more than one cell.
Made of a single cell
An organism that cannot make its own food.
An organism that makes its own food
The name given to each species, consisting of its genus and its species label
The process of grouping things based on their similarities
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