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Classifying Organisms Classification The cell The Cell 2
100
What is based on similar structures/ he created kingdoms?
How did Linnaeus classify organisms?
100
What is systematics?
What is the current classification method called?
100
What is the cytoplasm?
Most of the water in a cell comes from the
100
What are prokaryotic and eukaryotic?
What are the two types of cells?
200
What is Robert H Whittaker?
Who proposed a 5 kingdom system?
200
What are bacteria, archaea, eukarya?
Name the three domains:
200
What are flagella and cilia?
Name some structures also known as cell appendages
200
What is eukaryotes are surrounded by a membrane and are more complex and larger?
What is the difference between eukaryotes and prokaryotes?
300
What are bacteria, archaea, protista, fungi, plantae, animalia?
Name the 6 kingdoms:
300
What are bacteria and archaea?
What two kingdoms are prokaryotic?
300
What is proteins and lipids (phospholipids)?
What are cell membranes made up of?
300
What is the nucleus?
What is the "brain" of a eukaryotic cell?
400
What are plantae, fungi, animalia?
What kingdoms are multicellular?
400
What is a binomial nomenclature (two word scientific name)?
Ursus Arctos is an example of:
400
What is in eukaryotic cells?
In what type of cell are cell organelles found?
400
What is that rough ER has ribosomes on its surface?
What is the difference between smooth and rough ER?
500
What is a cladogram shows the relationships among organisms and a dichotomous key has questions pertaining to descriptions leading to what an animal may be identified as?
What is the difference between a dichotomous key and a cladogram?
500
What is domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species?
Name the levels of organization in order:
500
What is the mitochondria and chloroplast both aid in energy production. ATP!?
What is the role of the mitochondria and chloroplast in plant and animal cells?






Cells, Organisms, and Organization

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