Classification

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  • Created on: 06-06-16 18:03
What are the five kingdoms?
Proctista, Prokaryotes, Fungi, Plants, Animals
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What are the problems with classifying organisms?
Different breeds reproduce to produce hybrids (not fertile) which can't be called a new species, some organisms reproduce assexually,
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what are the five kingdoms divided into?
The five kingdoms are divided into phyla, each phylum into class, each class into order, each order into family each family into genera, each genus into species.
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What does DNA sequencing do?
DNA sequencing helps with the understanding of classification
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What are the four arthropod species?
Crustacean (10 or more legs), Insect (6 legs), Arachnid (8 legs), Myriapod (8-750 legs)
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Why do some organisms look the same, but are not descended by the same common ancestor?
These organisms may have evolved to survive in the same environment, so they have developed similar structures.
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