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Ch 9 Section 1 & 2 Life Science

Across
_________ is the smallest level of classification. A species is a group of organisms that can mate and produce fertile offspring. (131)
All organisms on Earth are grouped into three ________. (135)
Organisms that have cells with membrane-bound organelles and a nucleus are called __________.
All genus names begin with a ________ letter. (131)
Kingdom ________ contains complex, multicellular organisms.
Taxonomist use an ________-level system to classify living things based on shared characteristics (130)
Domain Archaea is made up of __________. (136)
set of paired statements that give descriptions of organisms
Shared characteristics can be shown in a _________ _________.
Kingdom ________ contains organisms that are eukaryotic, have cell walls, and make food by photosynthesis.
__________ coli is a bacterium that lives in human intestines.
Scientists need to be sure they are all talking about the same organism. They give organisms _________ ______. Scientific names are the same in all languages.
the science of describing, classifying, and naming organisms
All eukaryotes belong to domain __________.
In a dichotomous key, there are only _____ choices at each step. (133)
The three domains are: Bacteria, Archaea, and _________. (135)
Down
All species names begin with a __________ letter. (131)
A _________ is the largest, most general level of classification. Every living thing is classified into one of three domains. (131)
Organisms in kingdom Animalia are commonly called ________. (139)
Both words in a scientific name are underlined or __________. (131)
Members of kingdom _________ are either single-celled or simple multicellular organisms
___________ slime molds also belong to kingdom Protista.(137)
Molds and mushrooms are members of kingdom _______.
The Swedish scientist who, in the 1700s, created a system for classification. (129)
putting things into groups based on characteristics the things share
Linnaeus gave each kind of organism a two-part name. The first part of the name is the _______ , and the second part is the species. (131)
Plantlike protists are called _______.