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Taxonomy Questions - All Grades

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Grade 7 Taxonomy
The two-name classification system used to organize living things is                       .
  1. the classifying system
  2. biodiversity
  3. binomial nomenclature
  4. organism conservation
Grade 10 Taxonomy
Taxonomy is the science of                           .
  1. government and taxes
  2. energy and molecules
  3. mathematics and statistics
  4. organizing and classifying
Grade 4 Taxonomy
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Insects are
  1. invertebrates.
  2. vertebrates.
  3. reptiles.
Grade 7 Taxonomy
Taxonomy is the science of
  1. genetics.
  2. classification.
  3. bacteria.
  4. evolution.
Grade 7 Taxonomy
The science of classifying living things is
  1. biology.
  2. taxonomy.
  3. taxidermy.
  4. ecology.
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Grade 5 Taxonomy
A butterfly is a(n)                           , and a dog is a(n)                           .
  1. invertebrate; invertebrate
  2. invertebrate; vertebrate
  3. vertebrate; invertebrate
  4. vertebrate; vertebrate
Grade 3 Taxonomy
What do sea jellies, earthworms, and spiders have in common?
  1. They all have 8 legs.
  2. They all have stinging body parts.
  3. They all have a backbone.
  4. They all lack a backbone.
Grade 6 Taxonomy
Which statement is true for amphibians?
  1. Butterflies are amphibians.
  2. Newts are amphibians.
  3. Amphibians have hair.
  4. Amphibians are warm-blooded animals.
Grade 10 Taxonomy
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Grade 7 Taxonomy
What is an animal without a backbone called?
  1. invertebrate
  2. ectotherm
  3. vertebrate
  4. endotherm
Grade 4 Taxonomy
A bird
  1. is a vertebrate with scaly skin.
  2. is a vertebrate with a beak, feathers, two wings, and two legs.
  3. spends part of its life in water and part on land.
  4. spends its whole life in water.
  5. is a vertebrate with fur or hair.
Grade 5 Taxonomy
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