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Animal
Plant
Classification
Vocabulary Miscellaneous
Classification Classification
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Mushrooms,
yeasts & molds
are all examples of
________ .
Algae is an
example of
________ .
What kingdom
and two smaller
groups would a
clam be classified
into?
Give an example of
a moneran.
How would
understanding
living things be
more difficult if
they weren’t
classified?
A frog is an
example of a (an)
________ .
Give an example of
an arthropod.
Give at least 3
groups (class) of
vertebrates.
How are the
skeletons of
vertebrates &
invertebrates
different?
In what group are
animals with sharp
senses and large
brains classified
into?
Name 2 types of
vascular plants.
Where are the
tubes found in
vascular plants?
Where are
nonvascular plants
found?
How does water
travel through
nonvascular plants?
Why are vascular
plants generally
taller than
nonvascular plants?
The largest group
into which all
living things are
classified.
Living things with
one cell and NO
nucleus.
The act of
grouping things
using a set of
rules.
Living things that
are many celled and
absorb food from
other living things.
What is the
smallest group of
classification?
Where do the
muscles attach in
both vertebrates
and invertebrates?
Is a turtle a reptile
or amphibian?
Name at least one
example of a
nonvascular plant.
Name at least 2
groups that
invertebrates are
divided into.
nd
2
What is the
smallest group of
classification?
Make your wager
How might having
sharp senses & large
brains help
vertebrates survive?
Fungi
Protists
Animal,
invertebrate, &
mollusk
Bacteria
• It would be difficult
to find and share
information.
• A bear may be called
a bear in one place
and a dog in another.
Amphibian
Beetle, bee, spider,
crab, mite, ant…
Mammals, reptiles,
amphibians, birds,
and fish.
Skeletons are on
the inside of
vertebrates and the
outside of
invertebrates.
Vertebrates/Mammals
Trees, ferns, rose
bush, grass…
Roots, stems, and
leaves.
Dark, damp places
Water is passed
from cell to cell.
• Tubes in vascular plants
help give it support and can
move water and food
throughout the entire plant.
• Nonvascular plants slowly
pass water from cell to cell.
Kingdom
moneran
classification
Fungi
species
At the moveable
joints.
reptile
Moss & liverworts
Arthropods,
mollusks, &
worms.
genus
Allows them to
respond to things
around them.
Example: They can
hear/see/smell their
prey or predators.

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