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An organism’s scientific name consists of
a) its class name and its family name. b) its kingdom name and its phylum name. c) its genus name and its species name. d) its phylum name and its species name.
The more classification levels that two organisms share,
a) the closer together on Earth they live. b) the easier it is to tell them apart. c) the more characteristics they have in common. d) the more distantly related they are.
One characteristic used to place organisms into kingdoms is
a) how they move. b) where they live. c) their ability to make food. d) their ability to reproduce.
Which group of organisms includes only multicellular heterotrophs?
a) protists b) bacteria c) plants d) animals
The experiments of Redi and Pasteur helped to demonstrate that
a) species gradually change over time. b) living things do not arise from nonliving material. c) organisms can be placed in groups based on their similarities. d) the chemicals of life could have arisen on early Earth.
A plant grows toward the light. The plant's action is an example of
a) reproduction. b) a response. c) a stimulus. d) development.
Spontaneous generation is a mistaken idea because living things
a) exhibit binomial nomenclature. b) are produced only by living things. c) do not reproduce. d) maintain homeostasis.
The source of energy for most autotrophs is
a) water. b) the sun. c) heterotrophs. d) other autotrophs.
Which domain(s) include(s) only prokaryotes?
a) Bacteria and Archaea b) Bacteria only c) Archaea only d) Eukarya only
Which kingdoms include both unicellular and multicellular organisms?
a) fungi and plants b) fungi and protists c) protists and animals d) protists and plants
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