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'M'rs Gren

movement

M'r's Gren

Reproduce

Mr's' Gren

Sencitivity

Mrs 'G'ren

Growth

Mrs G'r'en

Resperation

Mrs Gr'e'n

Excretion

Mrs Gre'n'

Nutriences

All living things are made out of?

Cells

Living cells need to take in_____?

oxegen

The five kingdoms of living organisms are?

Plantae, monera, protista, fungi, animalia

Why we need classification?

So when we try study organisms it is easier to locate them

name the type of key where there are 2 choices at each step

dichotomous key

how many kingdoms are there?

5

how many levels of classification are there?

8

name the level of classification where the organisms are most similar

speices

name the system scientist use to name species of organisms

genus speices

taxonomy means?

naming

how many species are identified on this planet?

over 8.74 million

taxonimist system -what first with capital?

genus

taxonimist system- what second with lower case?

speices

vertabrates?

with backbone

biateral symetry?

symmetry down the middle (monkey)

radial symetry?

symmetry from a point (starfish)

living organism features

mrs gren

non living organism features

not mrs gren

what are the levels of classification?

Kingdom, phylum, subclass, class, order, family, genus, spieces

how many cases of vertebrates are there?

5

what are the 5 class of vertebrates?

fish, birds, reptiles, mammals, amphibians