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Taxonomy Questions - All Grades

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Grade 9 Taxonomy
Grade 7 Taxonomy
The science of classifying living things is known as
  1. Biology
  2. Taxonomy
  3. Taxidermy
  4. Ecology
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Insects are                
  1. invertebrates.
  2. vertebrates.
  3. reptiles.
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Grade 9 Taxonomy
For something to be living, it must have which of the following?
  1. incapability of adjusting to environmental changes
  2. lack of orderly structure
  3. inability to produce offspring
  4. ability to grow and develop
Grade 7 Taxonomy
What is an animal without a backbone?
  1. invertebrate
  2. mammal
  3. insect
  4. fish
Grade 9 Taxonomy
Grade 5 Taxonomy
How would you classify a butterfly and a dog? Select two answers.
  1. butterfly; invertebrate
  2. butterfly; vertebrate
  3. dog; invertebrate
  4. dog; vertebrate
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Grade 9 Taxonomy
An invertebrate tends to
  1. have no backbone
  2. not be able to move
  3. have a backbone
  4. tends to move freely in water with fins
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Grade 9 Taxonomy
Protista belongs to what domain?
  1. Bacteria
  2. Eukarya
  3. Archaea
  4. None of the Above
Grade 9 Taxonomy
Who is considered the father of classification?
  1. James Watt
  2. Charles Babbage
  3. Dimitri Mendeleev
  4. Carl Linnaeus
  5. Ben Arfa
  6. Harry K
  7. Bessong Ojong
  8. James Stuart
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Humans belong to which Kingdom Classification?
  1. Plantae
  2. Animalia
  3. Fungi
  4. Protist
Grade 9 Taxonomy
In binomial nomenclature,
  1. the first word identifies the color of the organism, and the second word tells where the organism is usually found
  2. the first word identifies the organism's genus, and the second word describes a feature of the organism or place where it was found
  3. the first word tells where the organism lives, and the second word tells who originally found the organism
  4. the first and second word both identify important characteristics of the organism
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