Living things are classified using a system developed by Carl Linnaeus. Organisms are commonly named by the binomial system of genus and species.
Who invented the original classification system?
How many kingdoms of classification are there?
What are the five kingdoms called?
Animals, plants, fungi, prokaryotes and protists
Animals, mammal, plants, fungi and prokaryotes
Arthropod, plants, fungi, prokaryotes and protists
Which is an example of the binomial system?
Which two levels of classification are included in the binomial system?
Genus and species
Phylum and genus
Kingdom and class
Who developed the three-domain system?
What are the three domains called?
Animals, plants and fungi
Archaea, bacteria and prokaryotes
Archaea, bacteria and eukaryota
Which new instrumentation allowed the Linnaean model to be adapted?
Which organisms are contained within the Eukaryota domain?
Protists, fungi, plants and animals
What do evolutionary trees show?
The evolutionary relationship between the organisms being studied
The importance of natural selection withinn an organism
The relationship based on binomial classification