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Classification systems _____. are all the same are all different vary with the taxonomist none of these Question #3MultipleChoice Score: A scientist who classifies organisms is called a
_____. botanistzoologisttaxonomistoptometrist Question #4MultipleChoice Score: A(n) _____ key is very easy to use because it provides only two choices. answermonochotomousdichotomousobservation Question #5Matching Score: Match these items. 1. smallest unit of classification taxonomy 2. segmented digestive system, appendages plant characteristics 3. largest phylum of animals Tracheophyta 4. green, conductive tissue, seeds, flowers animal characteristics 5. classification species 6. groups of families order 7. largest division of plants Arthropoda Question #6TrueFalse Score: When constructing a dichotomous key, you should start with general characteristics and then move to more specific characteristics. TrueFalse Question #7MultipleChoice Score: The three domains are _____. Archaea, Bacteria, and EukaryaArchaea, Prokaryote, and EukaryaBacteria, Eukarya, and AnimaliaAnimalia, Plantae, and Bacteria Question #8MultipleChoice Score: A tool used in classification is _____. a keya taxonmorphologya phylum Question #9MultipleChoice Score: The Animalia, Plantae, and Protista are _____. domainskingdomsphylaclasses Question #10TrueFalse Score: A species designation should always include the genus. TrueFalse Question #11MultipleChoice Score: An organism that produces its food by photosynthesis _____. must be placed in the Plantae kingdommay be placed in the Plantae kingdommust be placed in the Animalia kingdommay be placed in the Animalia kingdom Question #12MultipleChoice Score: The "Father of Modern Taxonomy" is _____. AristotleLinnaeusTheophrastosCordus Question #13TrueFalse Score: Teeth patterns in animals and thorns in plants are examples of characteristics that a taxonomist might observe for keying. TrueFalse Question #14MultipleChoice Score: Things of the same species have similar morphology and can _____. communicateinterbreedmove the same wayeat the same prey Question #15MultipleChoice Score: When a species is made up of different smaller groups, each of those smaller groups is known as a _____. varietyspeciesgenus
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