Science Chapter 2: Classifying Living Things

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Vertebrates that have wings and feathers.
Many cells, make their own food.
Invertebrates with soft bodies that may or may not have a hard outer shell.
Plants that do not have tubes and water must soak into the plant.
Most have many cells, can't make their own food.
Many cells, feed on living or once living things.
Animals with backbones.
Invertebrates that have no shells, legs, or eyes.
______ (grows on bare rock)
Vertebrates have sharp senses and _____ ______.
Most have one cell, has a nucleus.
Group of Arthropods with 6 legs.
Plants that have tubes that can be found in roots, stems, and leaves.
Example of Amphibian: Frogs, Newts, Salamanders, _____
Water moves from ____ to ____ (same word) in a nonvascular plant.
_________- the largest group into which living things can be classified.
Vascular plants grow quite ____.
Do not grow to be ____.
Name 2 things classification makes easier.
Second-smallest classification group.
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One cell, no nucleus.
Example of Reptile: Snakes, Lizards, Alligators, _______
Invertebrates with legs and jointed bodies.
_________- the act of grouping things by a set of rules.
Any plant that has flowers or _____ is vascular.
Vertebrates that have hair and produce milk for their young.
Vertebrates that have moist skin, no scales, and begins life in water and live as adults on land.
Two examples of nonvascular plants.
Vertebrates that have dry, scaly skin.
Example of Fish: Tuna, Trout, Salmon, ____ ____
Animals without backbones.
_____ are another type of vacular plant.
Example of Mammal: Bears, Cats, Dogs, ______
Vertebrates that spend their whole lives in water and have scales.
All ______ _______ can be classified into one of the five kingdoms.
They live in ____ places.
Smallest classification group.
Example of Bird: Penguins, Eagles, ____
Group of Arthropods with 8 legs.

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