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B2/1.What is the grouping process in which organisms are grouped?
Classification
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B2/2.Name the two classification systems and describe them
Natural-based on evolutionary links // Artificial-based on visible features, making a group easier to identify
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B2/3.List the different kingdoms in order
-Kingdom,Phylum,Class,Order,Family,Genus,Species
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B2/4.What are animals with backbone?
Vertebrates
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B2/5.List the 5 phylas
-Cnidarians[jellyfish], Molluscs[snails],Arthropods[insects],Annelids[earthworms],Vertebrates[fish,frogs,reptiles,mammals,birds]
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B2/6.What is species?
A species is a group of similar organisms that are capable of inter-breeding to produce fertile offspring
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B2/7.What is the binomial system?
- A double barrelled name- first part genus, second part species
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B2/8.Why is the binomial system good?
Names are in latin, first part=genus second=species, everyone can recognise it because there is no language barrier
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B2/9.What are the problems with classifying species?
Sometimes individual from two closely related species can breed together and some organisms don't fit neatly into one group as they may share characteristics from 2 groups
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