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What are the two divisions for plants?
vascular and nonvascular
In a plant with tubes that carry water, what are these tubelike structures called?
vascular tissue
Plants that have no vascular tissue are called what?
nonvascular
Name one difference between animals and plants.
animals cannot make their own food
The animal kingdom is divided into 2 large groups called what?
vertebrates and invertebrates
Human beings (mammals) are classified in what group?
vertebrates
What kind of environments do Archaebacteria and Eubacteria live in?
Archaebacteria live in harsh environments. Eubacteria live in mild environments.
Flowering plants belong to what division?
Vascular
Are all fungus harmful?
No, fungus can be harmful or beneficial.
Are plants in smaller groups more like each other or unlike each other?
More like each other
What is the largest group when classifying living things?
Kingdom
A Kingdom is divided into what groups?
Phyla
Phyla is divided into what groups?
Classes
An organism that is one or many-celled and absorbs food from decaying dead organisms is a what?
Fungus
An organism that has a nucleus, single celled or many celled, and usually lives in water is a what?
Protist
Organisms that are the tiniest living things, single celled, no nucleus, and make up the greatest number of living things on Earth are what?
Bacteria
Name the 6 Kingdoms
Plant
Animal
Fungus
Protist
Archaebacteria
Eubacteria