GCSE CORE SCIENCE CLASSIFICATION

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Name the five kingdoms that all living things are divided into:
Animal, Plants, Fungi, Protocists and Prokaryotes
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What do vertebrates have?
a backbone and a internal skeleton
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What is a ring specie?
group of related populations that live in neighbouring areas.
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What is a key?
A series of questions that you can use to figure out what an unknown organism is.
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What has the binomial system helped scientists to do?
identify species, study species, conserve species and target conservation efforts
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Vertebrates are divided into three things:
how they absorb oxygen? How they reproduce? how they regulate their internal body temperature?
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The kingdoms are subdivided into groups of organisms:
kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species
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Give one reason why fungi are not placed in the plant kingdom?
It reproduces over and over again.
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Give one feature protocists have in common with prokaryotes?
Both are unicellular.
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The main difference between a vertebrate and an invertebrate?
A vertebrate has backbone and a internal skeleton.
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What does binomial mean?
The genus that the organism belongs to.
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