Lesson 1 & 2 Classification Quiz
Introduction to classification of living things
First name?
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Last name?
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Class Period?
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Identification code (Parents initials & your birth date)
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CHECK THE CORRECT ANSWERS FOR EACH QUESTION.
The largest, broadest level of classification is:
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The newest level of classification is:
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The most specific level of classification is:
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The 2 levels of classification that identify an organism and make up its scientific name are:
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The level of classification that is the first word in the scientific name and gets capitalized:
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The level of classification that is the second word in the scientific name and is lowercase:
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Examples from this level include Animalia, Plantae, Fungi, Protista, Bacteria, and Archaea
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Examples from this level include Archaea, Eukarya, and Bacteria:
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The scientific name "Homo sapien" is an example of:
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Organisms with 1 cell, no nucleus, and live in extreme/harsh environments are:
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Organisms with 1 cell, no nucleus, and live in nearly every environment in the world are:
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Organisms that are mostly unicellular and eukaryotic that can be sub-classified into animal-like, plant-like, and fungi-like are:
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Organisms that are multicellular and are producers or autotrophs are:
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Organisms that are multicellular and are consumers or heterotrophs are:
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Organisms that are mostly multicellular and are decomposers are:
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A bee is an example of:
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A strept throat is caused by:
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Mushrooms are an example of:
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Humans are an example of:
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An oak tree is an example of:
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Yeast used to bake bread is an example of:
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A prokaryote found in yogurts is:
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A eukaryote used to make certain cheeses is:
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Who is Linnaeus?
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Write 3 questions/characteristics you would use to classify the following candy: snickers, lollypop, hershey kiss:
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