[2014] Samuel Levy: Classification Review

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[2014] Samuel Levy: Classification Review

Scientists also classify animals into groups. Domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, and species. The domains that organisms are classified in are archaea and eubacteria. Organisms are classified in to archaea if there a prokaryote that can survive extreme temperature. organisms are classified into eubacteria if they're a prokaryote that differs from others.

What are the kingdoms?The kingdoms that organisms are classified in are Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia.Organisms are classified into animalia if they're multicellular, are able to move, and possess specialized sense organs. organisms are classified into plantae if its multicellular, has a cell wall, and is made mostly of gluclose. Organisms are classified into Fungi if its a non green eukaryotic organism that gets food by breaking down other plants. Organisms are classified into Protista if it doesnt have a nucleus to enclose the DNA. Protazoa is one of the many phylum od protista.

Taxonomy is the science of describing, naming, and classifying organisms.Scientists use dichotomous key to identify organisms by asking a series of questions. Another way scientists use to classify animals is binomial nomenclature which is a system of naming species of living things by there latin name.

What is a Virus?A virus is an infectious agent that consists of a nucleic acid molecule that is able to multiply only within the living cells of a host

Classification Review

1.Taxonomy 2.Dichotomous Key 3.Binomial Nomenclature 4.Domain 5.Kingdom 6.Phylum7.Class 8.Order 9.Family 10.Genus 11.Species 12.Achaea 13.Eubacteria 14.Protista 15.Protozoa 16.Fungi 17.Plantae 18.Animalia 19.Virus


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