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Order the taxa from largest (first) to smallest (fifth). 1. first order 2. second species 3. third class 4. fourth family 5. fifth genus
Weegy: A mnemonic to help you remember is "King Penguins Only Fly Generally Speaking". The order od the taxa is the same as the order of the letters, so largest is Kingdom, down to the smallest which is Species. [ The domain is whether they are plant or animal etc. so that always comes first. 1 Domain 2 Kingdom 3 Phylum 4 Class 5 Order 6 Family 7 Genus 8 Species. [smile] ] (More)
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Biologists Schleiden and Schwann would state that _____. all cells come from other cells the smallest living unit is the cell all living things are made up of a cell or cells all of the above
Weegy: Biologists Schleiden and Schwann would state that all living things are made up of a cell . User: When proteins help transport molecules in and out of the cell, it is called _____. passive diffusion facilitated diffusion active transport endocytosis and exocytosis Weegy: D.endocytosis and exocytosis User: The ordinary light microscope is called a bright-field microscope because _____. User: If your high power objective ... (More)
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When viewing a cork through his homemade microscope, Robert Hook discovered small compartments that he called _____. User: When viewing a cork through his homemade microscope, Robert Hook discovered small compartments that he called _____. boxes cells prokaryotes eukaryotes
Weegy: B. cells. Good luck. User: The two basic types of cells that all cells can be grouped under are _____. unicellular and multicellular prokaryotes and eukaryotes plant and animal User: If your specimen is too small to be seen with a light microscope, you can use an electron microscope. True False Question #5MultipleChoice Score: Bone and blood cells are considered _____. specialized cellstissuesorgansprokaryotic Question ... (More)
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When a group of cells that all have the same basic structure and function come together, they form a(n) _____. tissue organ system organism
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