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Science review
The act of
grouping things
by using a set of
rules
Classification
The largest group
into which living
things can be
classified
Kingdom
List the order of
classification
Kingdom
Phylum
Class
Order
Family
Genus
Species
About the
Kingdoms
Many celled
Animals and
plants
Mostly many
celled
Fungi
Mostly one celled
Protists
One celled
Monerans
Feed on living or
once living things
Animals, protists,
monerans
Make their own
food
Plants protists
Absorb food from
other living things
or dead things
such as logs
Fungi
No cell nuclei
Monerans
Some make their
own food
Monerans
Monkeys, birds
Animals
Frogs, fish, &
spiders
Animals
Trees & flowers
Plants
Grasses, ferns, &
mosses
Plants
Mushrooms and
yeast
Fungi
Molds
Fungi
Algea, amoebas
Protists
Diatoms
Protists
Bacteria
Monerans
They have
backbones
Vertebrates
They have hair
and produce milk
for their young
Mammals
They have dry
scaly skin
Reptiles
These have moist
skin & no scales
Amphibians
These live in the
water their entire
lives
Fish
These
vertebrates have
feathers
Birds
These have no
backbones
Invertebrates
Invertebrates with
legs that have
several joints
Arthropods
These
invertebrates
may or may not
have a hard outer
shell
Mullosks
These
invertebragtes
have no shell,
legs, or eyes
Worms
These plants
have tubes
Vascular
What is the
purpose of these
tubes
Carry water and
nutrients to the
leaves
Why are the
tubes stiff
To help support
the plants
Name 2 types of
vascular plants
Ferns,trees, and
any plant that has
flowers or cones
The make up of a
tree trunk
These are the
center clogged
tubes
Heartwood
The ring around
the heartwood
Sapwood
What is the
purpose of the
sapwood
Carries the water
and nutrients
What is the bark
Living tubes that
carry food and
nutrients and
dead cells that
protect the trunk
Plants that do not
have tubes are
called
Nonvascular
How do they get
water
It is soaked up
into the plant and
passes from cell
to cell
Where does the
nonvascular
plants live
Damp places
Where are
mosses the first
plants to grow
on?
Bare rocks
What do they not
have
Roots, stems, or
leaves
The rounded
parts of the
plants are called
Lobes