Science Chapter 1.2

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Science Chapter 1.2
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  1. The largest subdivison of living things is called a ________________.
    Kingdom
  2. Protists have a nuclei. True or False
    True
  3. What are single-celled organisms without a nuclei?
    Bacteria
  4. Many protisits can make their own food. True of False
    True
  5. The microscopic living things, such as seaweed and algae are examples of what?
    protists
  6. A fungus can be one-celled or many celled. True or False
    True
  7. What absorbs their food from decaying organisms?
    Fungus
  8. Invertebrates have no ________________.
    Backbone
  9. Vertebrate animals have a backbone. True or False
    true
  10. Animals are divided into what 2 groups?
    vertebrates and invertebrates
  11. Plants that do not have tubes, such as moss, is an examples of what?
    Non-vascular
  12. Flowering plants and trees are examples of what?
    Vascular plants that have tubes
  13. Plants are classified into what two categories?
    Vascular and nonvascular
  14. What is a mammal that lays eggs called?
    monotreme
  15. Sponges, coelenterates, echinoderms, mollusks, and arthropods are examples of what?
    Invertebrates
  16. What is a type of body plan that has no definite shape?
    Asymmetrical
  17. Cnidarians have this kind of symmetry.
    Radial
  18. A whale is an example of what kind of mammal?
    placental
  19. Fish, birds, amphibians, reptiles, and mammals are examples of what?
    Vertebrates
  20. Worms are an example of what kind of symmetry because it can be divided along one plane?
    Bilateral
  21. A koala who gives birth to partially developed offspring is a ___________.
    Marsupial
  22. What are living things classified into?
    Kingdoms

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