Classification of Living Things

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Can you name the Taxonomy: Classification of Living Things?

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DescriptionAnswerTaxonomy
Ocean's largest producer of oxygen through photosynthesis.Type of Bacteria
Harmful bacteriaType of Bacteria
Unicellular and eukaryotic (ex. protozoans, algae) Kingdom
Cause 'red tide' which can poison the water and kill fishType of Protists
Composed of yeast, mold, and mushroom. Can't photosynthesize.Kingdom
Conjugation fungi (ex. molds)Type of Fungi
Asymmetric, sessile, aquatic, and primarily marine organisms, composed of two body layers (ex. sponges)Phylum (Invertebrates)
Muscular foot, mantle, and radula. The digestive, circulatory, and nervous systems are well developed.Phylum (Invertebrates)
Segmented body, paired, jointed appendages, and an exoskeleton composed of chitin.Phylum (Invertebrates)
Ex. brewer yeast and baker's yeastType of Fungi
Radially symmetric, have a sac-like body, and most are marine. They have to body layers and can be found in two forms: polyp and medusa. Their body cavity has a signle opening surrPhylum (Invertebrates)
Have a notochord, paired gill slits, and a hollow, dorsal nerve cordPhylum (Invertebrates)
cartilaginous fish, moveable jaws, scalesClass
Ex. club fungiType of Fungi
DescriptionAnswerTaxonomy
Have an internal skeleton (ex. sea urchin)Phylum (Invertebrates)
Flat wormsPhylum (Invertebrates)
Bony fish, paired fins, gill cover (ex. trout, cart, etc.)Class
Round worms, they have a digestive system with a mouth and an anus. Most are parasitic.Phylum (Invertebrates)
Hag fish, jawless, no scales, snake-likeClass
Segmented worms, well developed coelom, complete digestive tract, a closed circulatory system, and a ventral nervous system (ex. earthworms) Phylum (Invertebrates)
Birds, warm blooded, feathers, hollow bonesClass
Monotremes, egg-laying mammals (ex. platypus)Subclass
Marsupials, pouched mammals (ex kangaroo)Subclass
Enlarged brain and a spinal column made up of vertebrae that enclose the dorsal nerve cordSubphylum
Vascular, have conducting tissues. Most plants are vascularPlantae group (Vascular and Non.)
Lampreys, snake-like, without any scalesClass
Non-Vascular, no veins or conducting tissues to carry water or tissues. Live in moist enviromentsPlantae group (Vascular and Non.)

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