unit 11 review

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  1. What does the Linn. refer to following Zea mays, Linn?
    The 1st 4 letters of founder’s last name
  2. What does the var. refer to following Canis familiaris, var?
    Variety within species or sub-species
  3. Would Aristotle classify a bird and a butterfly in the same category?  Explain why.
    Yes, both moved would be “animals”.
  4. Would Linnaeus classify a bird and a butterfly in the same category?  Explain why.
    No, different structures.
  5. Would Aristotle classify a whale and a crayfish in the same category?  Explain why.
    Yes, both moved = “animals”.
  6. Would Linnaeus classify a whale and a crayfish in the same category?  Explain why.
    No, different structures.
  7. Ancient bacteria found in extreme conditions and environments
    Archaea
  8. Organisms with nuclei
    Eukarya
  9. Modern bacteria such as E. coli, streptococci, and spirochaetes.
    Bacteria
  10. Includes protozoans, Euglena, and rotifers.
    Protista
  11. Autotrophs, multicellular, have a nucleus.
    Plantae
  12. Decomposers, molds, mildews.
    Fungi
  13. Mobile, multicellular, heterotrophs.
    Animalia
  14. Are the dog and the wolf in the same genus?  What is it?
    Yes, Canus.
  15. The dog and the cat are both in the class Mammalia, but are they in the same genus?  What is the genus of each?
    No.  Dog = canus; Cat = felis
  16. Are a lion and a tiger in the same species or same genus?
    Genus
  17. The local term, such as gopher or robin, is called the organism’s
    common name.
  18. Does every different kind of living thing have a different scientific name?
    YES
  19. The main trait used to classify the mammals is which trait?
    Mammary glands; feed young milk.
  20. What is a sub-species?
    Variety within species; might be more than 1 color variation, etc.
  21. List the taxonomic categories, in order from general to specific.
    Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species

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