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Q: An order is subdivided into several _____. divisions classes families species
A: An order is subdivided into several families.
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User: One of the first scientists of the Renaissance to advance taxonomy through firsthand observations was _____.

User: An order is subdivided into several _____. divisions classes families species

Weegy: An order is subdivided into several families.
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User: A kingdom may be subdivided into several phyla. True False

Weegy: True
esorense|Points 160|

User: The currently-used binomial nomenclature was developed by Linnaeus. True False

Weegy: The currently-used binomial nomenclature was developed by Linnaeus. True
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User: Binomial nomenclature uses _____ words. Spanish Latin English French

User: Binomial nomenclature uses _____ words.

User: The correct form for writing binomial nomenclature is _____. Genus species Genus species genus Species genus Species

Weegy: The correct form for writing binomial nomenclature is Genus species.
wisbest|Points 2834|

User: Order the taxa from largest (first) to smallest (eighth).

User: a key is a taxon true or false

User: To be effective, key choices must be _____. parallel broad specific diverse

User: To be effective, key choices must be _____.

User: Color, shape, size, and organization are all characteristics that help to identify organisms through a plant key. True False

User: A key is used to identify a plant or animal. true or false

User: Taxonomy is an organizing science used in _____. biology zoology botany all of these

Weegy: All of these

Taxonomy is an organizing science used in Zoology, Botany and Biology.


User: A scientist who classifies organisms is called a _____.

User: When a species is made up of different smaller groups, each of those smaller groups is known as a _____. variety species genus

Weegy: When a species is made up of different smaller groups, each of those smaller groups is known as a _____. variety species genus.
skaylus|Points 50|

User: When a species is made up of different smaller groups, each of those smaller groups is known as a _____.

Weegy: When a species is made up of different smaller groups, each of those smaller groups is known as a _____. variety species genus.
skaylus|Points 50|

User: Things of the same species have similar morphology and can _____. communicate interbreed move the same way eat the same prey

Weegy: b.interbreed
wisbest|Points 2834|

User: An organism that produces its food by photosynthesis _____. must be placed in the Plantae kingdom may be placed in the Plantae kingdom must be placed in the Animalia kingdom may be placed in the Animalia kingdom

User: When constructing a dichotomous key, you should start with general characteristics and then move to more specific characteristics. true or false

Weegy: A dichotomous key is a tool that allows the user to determine the identity of items in the natural world, such as trees, wildflowers, mammals, reptiles, rocks, and fish. [ Keys consist of a series of choices that lead the user to the correct name of a given item. "Dichotomous" means "divided into two parts". Therefore, dichotomous keys always give two choices in each step. ]
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User: The Animalia, Plantae, and Protista are _____.

Weegy: C. Animalia
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User: The Animalia, Plantae, and Protista are _____. domains kingdoms phyla classes

Weegy: The Animalia, Plantae, and Protista are KINGDOMS.
andrewpallarca|Points 27051|

User: Classification systems _____.

Weegy: Classification systems are systems with a distribution of classes created according to common relations or affinities.
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User: Classification systems _____. are all the same are all different vary with the taxonomist none of these

Weegy: vary with the taxonomist
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User: A(n) _____ key is very easy to use because it provides only two choices. answer monochotomous dichotomous observation

Weegy: dichotomous
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User: The "Father of Modern Taxonomy" is _____. Aristotle Linnaeus Theophrastos Cordus

Weegy: Carl Linnaeus is the Father of Modern Taxonomy.



User: A species designation should always include the genus. true or false

Weegy: That is true
justpretty|Points 1771|

User: Teeth patterns in animals and thorns in plants are examples of characteristics that a taxonomist might observe for keying. true or false

Weegy: That would be true.
Slayin|Points 743|

User: What French scientist is known as the "Father of Modern Chemistry" and showed that organisms are composed of the same chemical elements as nonliving things? Carolus Linnaeus Antoine Lavoisier John Ray Valerius Cordus

Weegy: Antoine Lavoisier is the French scientist who is known as the "Father of Modern Chemistry" and showed that organisms are composed of the same chemical elements as nonliving things. Answer: Antoine Lavoisier.
abl70|Points 102|

User: Why is chemistry important in the study of biology? The body is composed of chemical elements. Chemical reactions occur in the body. Chemistry studies matter and energy. all of the above

Weegy: Why is chemistry important in the study of biology? Because Chemical reactions occur in the body.
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User: The most abundant elements in the body are _____. sulfur hydrogen calcium carbon nitrogen boron oxygen

User: Elements abundant in the body are not abundant on Earth. True False

User: How many elements have been found to occur in nature?

User: This element is needed for cellular respiration.

Weegy: The products of cellular respiration are carbon dioxide (CO2), water (H2O) and energy (ATP & heat).
migzptz|Points 7631|

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