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Who is the Father of Taxonomy?
a) Linnaeus
b) Crick
c) Mendel
d) Schwann

What is the correct binomial nomenclature for humans?
a) Homo Sapien
b) homo sapien
c) Homo sapien
d) homo Sapien

In binomial nomenclature, which two taxa or "groups" are used?
a) family and order
b) kingdom and phylum
c) class and family
d) genus and species

Which is the correct order of Taxonomic Classification?
a) Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Order, Class, Species, Family, Genus
b) Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Genus, Family , Species
c) Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
d) Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Order , Family, Genus, Species

In which Kingdom would you place a multicellular, heterotroph that is found in water?
a) Animalae
b) Protista
c) Plantae
d) Eubacteria

Which Kingdom would include the oldest lifeforms that live in extreme environments?
a) Protista
b) Fungi
c) Eubacteria
d) Archaebacteria

Which is the "odds and ends" kingdom where most are unicellular, and can be autotrophic and/or heterotrophic?
a) Protista
b) Fungi
c) Eubacteria
d) Archaebacteria

Which kingdom contains multicellular, autotrophs?
a) Protista
b) Fungi
c) Plantae
d) Animalae

Which kingdom contains multicellular heterotrophs, that are decomposers?
a) Protista
b) Fungi
c) Plantae
d) Animalae

What are the 3 Domains?
a) Archaebacteria, Eubacteria, Protista
b) Fungi, Plantae, Animalae
c) Prokaryote, Eukaryote, Bacteria
d) Archae, Eubacteria, Eukarya

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