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animals with dry, scaly skin
reptiles
The smallest group in which to classify living things
Genus
Living things that have one cell with a nucleus
Protists
In plants with tubes, the tubes do what
carry water, food, and nutrients to different plant parts
animals that have moist skin with no scales
invertebrates
Living things that have one cell with no nucleus
Monerans
All living things belong to one of five groups called a
Kingdom
Living things that have many cells and get food from other living things
Fungi
insects and spiderlike animals which have no backbones are
arthropods
plants that do not have tubes and pass water and nutrients directly from cell to cell
amphibians
Within the animal kingdom, there are two main groups. One group, animals that have backbones is called
Vertebrates
Vertebrates are divided into several smaller groups. Animals that have hair
mammals
the main difference between plants and animals is
plants make their own food
plants that have tubes in their roots, stems, and leaves are
vascular
The second smallest group in which to classify living things
Species
snails and squid are
mollusks
The act of grouping things by using a set of rules
Classification
animals with no backbones
invertebrates