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The division of organisms into groups, or classes, based on specific characteristics
a) characteristic b) classification c) d)
The scientific name for an organism comes from
a) genus and species b) order and class c) kingdom and phylum d) main characteristic
Today, what system based on shared characteristics is used to classify organisms?
a) drawings and graphs b) notes and photographs c) the 8 level system d) sets of encylopedias
What can you find by working through the statements in a dichotomous key?
a) how long a fungus can live b) how many animals are birds c) when a species of organism appeared on Earth d) the identity of an organism
The science of describing, classifying, and naming organisms
a) taxonomy b) classification c) d)
In order, what are the three levels of classification in addition to domain, kingdom, family, genus, and species?
a) class, order, phylum b) phylum, class, order c) class, order, genera d) phylum, order, class
An aid that is used to identify organisms and that consist of a series of paired statements
a) taxomony b) dichotomous key c) d)
The root di- mean two
a) False b) True c) d)
Who simplified the naming of living things by giving each a two-part name
a) Linnaeus b) Parkerson c) d)
When Mrs. Parkerson learned about classification, there were only two classifications plants and animals
a) True b) False c) d)
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