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How do we group organisms?
all organisms are classified into a number of different groups, starting with their kingdom and finishing with their species.
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What are the order of groups in classification?
the groups are: kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus and species.
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What are the two ways organisms can be classified?
An artificial system, A natural system.
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What is a species?
A species is a group of organisms that can interbreed to produce fertile offspring.
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What is different to animals and bacteria?
bacteria do not interbreed they reproduce asexually.
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What is a hybrid?
Hybrids are when two members of species interbreed?
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Why are hybrids not classed as a species?
Because they are infertile
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What is there in common between species in the same groups?
they are usually closely related, share the same ancestor.
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What does a pyrimid of biomass show?
it shows the dry mass of living material at each stage of a food chain.
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Why does carbon need to be recycled?
so it can be available again to other living organisms.
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How is carbon dioxide removed from the air?
CO2 is removed by photosynthesis in plants.
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