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Kingdom Protista is under this domain; the most diverse of the kingdoms.
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Kingdom Protista is under this domain; the most diverse of the kingdoms.
What is Domain Eukarya?
The amount of domains AND their names.
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The amount of domains AND their names.
What are 3 Domains AND what is Archae, Bacteria, and Eukarya?
The broadest or biggest grouping taxonomists use for organisms.
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The broadest or biggest grouping taxonomists use for organisms.
What is Domain?
Kingdom Eubacteria is under this domain; they are prokaryotic.
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Kingdom Eubacteria is under this domain; they are prokaryotic.
What is Domain Bacteria?
The amount of Kingdoms and their names.
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The amount of Kingdoms and their names.
What is 6 AND what is Archaebacteria, Eubacteria, Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia?
The systematic grouping and naming of organisms based on shared structural similiarites, fuctional similarities, or evolutionary history
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The systematic grouping and naming of organisms based on shared structural similiarites, fuctional similarities, or evolutionary history
What is classification?
Classifications of taxonomy in order; all 8 of them.
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Classifications of taxonomy in order; all 8 of them.
What is Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, and Species?
This is what the two word name in the scientific name for horse, Equus caballus stands for.
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This is what the two word name in the scientific name for horse, Equus caballus stands for.
What is genus and species?
The language in which each species is named in.
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The language in which each species is named in.
What is Latin?
18th century Swedish scientist that developed taxonomy.
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18th century Swedish scientist that developed taxonomy.
Who is Carolus Linnaeus?
Kingdom that includes grasses, ferns, mosses, corn, ivy, and trees.
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Kingdom that includes grasses, ferns, mosses, corn, ivy, and trees.
What is Kingdom Plantae?
Kingdom which includes organisms that live in extreme environments such as: high salinity, low oxygen concentrations, high temperatures, and 'cow farts'.
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Kingdom which includes organisms that live in extreme environments such as: high salinity, low oxygen concentrations, high temperatures, and 'cow farts'.
What is Kingdom Archaebacteria?
Kingdoms that includes fish, worms, spiders, lizards, grasshoppers, and humans.
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Kingdoms that includes fish, worms, spiders, lizards, grasshoppers, and humans.
What is Kingdom Animalia?
Kingdom which includes amoeba, parmecium, algae, and diatoms.
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Kingdom which includes amoeba, parmecium, algae, and diatoms.
What is Kingdom Protista?
The 4 Kingdoms that are Eukaryotic.
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The 4 Kingdoms that are Eukaryotic.
What are Kingdom Protista, Kingdom Fungi, Kingdom Plantae, and Kingdom Animalia?
Has no nucleus.
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Has no nucleus.
What are prokaryotes?
Organisms that can have either 1 cell or many cells are called this.
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Organisms that can have either 1 cell or many cells are called this.
What is unicellular and multicellular?
Has a nucleus.
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Has a nucleus.
What are eukaryotes?
The basic unit of structure.
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The basic unit of structure.
What are cells?
Scientists must have this done before classifying an object.
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Scientists must have this done before classifying an object.
What is must get it approved?
The science of classifying and naming organisms.
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The science of classifying and naming organisms.
What is taxonomy?
Kingdom which includes molds, mushrooms, and yeast; they digest food outside their bodies and then absorb it.
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Kingdom which includes molds, mushrooms, and yeast; they digest food outside their bodies and then absorb it.
What is Kingdom Fungi?
Scientists who classify or name organisms.
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Scientists who classify or name organisms.
What are taxonomists?
Kingdom that is made up of decomposers , can cause disease, and are used in food production, spill cleanup, and sewage treatment plants.
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Kingdom that is made up of decomposers , can cause disease, and are used in food production, spill cleanup, and sewage treatment plants.
What is Kingdom Eubacteria?
A two part name given to organisms.
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A two part name given to organisms.
What is Binomial Nomenclature?
What is complex series of folded membranes in the cell cytoplasm that is involved in moving cellular products?
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What is complex series of folded membranes in the cell cytoplasm that is involved in moving cellular products?
Endoplasmic reticulum




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