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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 6 Taxonomy
Animals that have internal skeletons and spiny skins are
  1. exoskeletons.
  2. endoskeletons.
  3. echinoderms.
  4. vertebrates.
Grade 6 Taxonomy
A vertebrate is
  1. an animal that has a backbone.
  2. a physical feature of a living thing's body.
  3. the small parts that make up a backbone.
  4. an exoskeleton.
Grade 6 Taxonomy
Grade 6 Taxonomy
Vertebrates, or chordates, are animals that all have
  1. a notochord and a nerve cord.
  2. a backbone.
  3. all of the above
  4. none of the above
Grade 6 Taxonomy
Animals that have a backbone are called
  1. invertebrates.
  2. vertebrates.
  3. monotremes.
  4. marsupials.
Grade 6 Taxonomy
A guide used to identify organisms based on characteristics is
  1. an atlas.
  2. a ruler.
  3. a dichotomous key.
  4. a cylinder.
Grade 6 Taxonomy
Grade 6 Taxonomy
An arthropod with eight legs and no antennae is a(n)
  1. sponge.
  2. mollusk.
  3. parasite.
  4. arachnid.
Grade 6 Taxonomy
What is true of all members of the domain Eukarya?
  1. They can make their own food.
  2. They are all made of many cells.
  3. Their cells have a nucleus.
  4. They are all fungi.
Grade 6 Taxonomy
Pictograph - Mushroom
To what kingdom does the organism pictured belong?
  1. Fungi
  2. Plantae
  3. Protista
  4. Animalia
Grade 6 Taxonomy
Who developed a system of classification?
  1. Carolus Linnaeus
  2. Theodor Schwann
  3. Robert Hooke
  4. Matthias Schleiden
Grade 6 Taxonomy
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