Ecology

What are the 5 kingdoms?
Animal, Plants, Fungi, Prokaryotes, Protocists
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What are the several further ranks before identifying a species?
Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
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What are the feautures of an animal?
No cell wall or chlorophyll and is multicellular
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What are the features of a plant?
Multicellular, cell walls and chlorophyll
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What are the feautures of fungi?
Multicellular, cell walls and no chlorophyll
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What are the feautures of a prokaryote?
Unicellular and no nucleus
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What are the feautures of protocists?
Usually unicellular with a nucleus
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What is the difference between a vertebrate and an invertebrate?
Vertebrate has a backbone and invertebrate dosen't
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Give an example of a prokaryote and a protocist?
Prokaryotes - Bacteria Protocists - Amoeba
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What are the 5 groups of vertebrates?
Fish, Amphibian, Reptile, Bird and Mammal
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What is qualitative analysis?
Shows whether a substance is present but not how much of it
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What is quantitative analysis?
Shows how much of a substance is present
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