Bio Test 5

  1. in taxonomy, a group at any level of organization is referred to as a:
  2. Based on their names you know that baboons Papio annubis and Papio cynocephalus do NOT belong to the same:
  3. The second part of a scientific name is unique to each:
  4. Several different classes make up a:
  5. Animals that are warm-blooded, have body hair, and produce milk for their young are grouped in the class:
  6. Similar genes are evidence of:
  7. What do all organisms have in common?
    they use DNA and RNA to pass on information.
  8. Which of the kingdom systems of classification was once grouped with plants?
  9. In the name Ursus maritimus, the first term of the name refers to the species.
    FALSE: genus
  10. An order is a broad taxonomic category composed of similar phyla
    FALSE: families
  11. The six kingdoms of life are Eubacteria, Monera, Protista, Plantae, Fungi, and Animalia
    FALSE: archaebacteria.
  12. Why might a particular king of organism have more than one name?
    Because taxonists want to be very organized when it comes to naming animals so that scientists all know what specific specie they are talking about not the genus or family the species belongs to. To make it less confusing for others.
  13. How do you know the species Usus Maritimus and Ursus arctos are closely related?
    Because according to their name it indicates that even though they are not the same species, they belong to the same genus.
  14. Which level has the greatest number of different species?
  15. All members in an order, are also members of the same phyla
    All members in a kingdom are not of the same genus.
  16. what is the main difference between the domain }Bacteria and Archea?
    The difference is that bacterica have cell walls with peptidoglycan and archae without.
  17. List kingdom, phyllum, class, order, family, genus, species for human beings.
    • Kingdom: Animalia
    • Phyllum: Chordata
    • Class: Mammalia
    • Order: Primates
    • Family: Hominidae
    • Genus: Homo
    • Species: Sapien.
  18. Platyhelminthis
    flatworm Phylum
  19. cnidaria
    jellyfish and coral phylum
  20. annelidaSegmented worm phylum.
  21. dichotomous key
    series of paired statements that describe physiscal characteristics , ex. large wide head or small narrow head.
  22. porifera
    Sponge phylum
  23. angiospermophyta
    Flowering plant phylum, seed protected by ovary which becomes a fruit.
  24. filicinophyt
    plant phylum that includes the ferns, which need water for fertilization
  25. mollusca
    Shelled animals phylum that includes the clams, snails, octopus and squid.
  26. binomial nomenclature
    • 2 part name, a system of naming that uses two words representing the genus
    • and the species of the organism.
    • Carolus Linnaus
  27. coniferophyta
    cone bearing plant phylum, whose seeds are naked.
  28. bryophyta
    small terrestrial plants restricted to a moist habitat that need water for fertilization, plant phylum.
  29. arthropoda
    Phylum that contains animals with segmented bodies and jointes appendages, insectts, spiders, lobsters, crabs (crustaceans)
  30. chordata
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Bio Test 5