Biology - Classification

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What is the advantage of using a binomial system to name species?
It lets scientists accurately identify individual species
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The scientific name for human beings is Homo sapiens. What does the word Homo represent?
The genus
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What do Amphibians, bony fish and birds have in common?
They are vertebrates
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What do insects, nematodes, and molluscs have in common?
They are invertebrates
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What do reptiles, birds and mammals have in common?
They have lungs
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What is a Monocotyledon?
Monocotyledons, commonly referred to as monocots, are flowering plants whose seeds typically contain only one embryonic leaf, or cotyledon.
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What is a species?
Organisms that can interbreed to produce fertile offsrping
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In the classification of organisms, which is the correct order of ranks?
Family-Genus-Species
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