A species is a group of similar individual organisms with similar appearance, biochemistry, physiology and genetics whose members are able to interbreed freely to produce fertile offspring
A habitat is a place where the organism lives
Biodiversity is the variety of life, the range of living organisms to be found
Classification is arranging organisms into groups based on similarities and differences in appearance.
Phylogeny is the study of the evolutionary history of groups of organisms
Taxonomy is the study of classification
Taxonomic hierarchy of domain,
Organisms are sorted so that it helps to avoid confusion within scientists as they’re standard scientific names.
Single cell, no nucleus, smaller than 5 micrometres
Eukaryotic, single celled or simple multicellular
Mould, yeast, mushroom
Chitin cell wall, eukaryotic, saprotrophic
Moss, fern, roses
Eukaryotic, multicellular, cellulose cell wal, autotrophic
Mammals, reptiles, birds, fish, insects
Heterotrophic, eukaryotic, no cell wall, multicellular