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Kings Play Chess On Fiber Glass Stools
Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
None
In "Homo sapien," Homo is referred to as
Genus
In "Homo sapien," sapien is referred to as
Species
Prokaryotic and unicellular organisms (bacterias) belong to which kingdom
Monera
Both unicellular and multicellular organisms belong to which kigdom
Protista
Multicellular organisms belong to which kingdom
Animalia, Plantae, Fungi
Autotrophs, Heterotrophs, Saprophytes, and Parasites all listed under which kingdom
Monera
Obligate Aeropes, Facultative Anaerobes, and Obligate Anaerobes explain the different forms of respiration under which kingdom
Monera
The cell wall of a plant cell is made of
Cellulose
In vascular plants the name of the specialized transporting cells responsible for transporting sugars is called
Phloem
In vascular plants the name of the specialized transporting cells responsible for transporting water and mineral nutrients is called
Xylem
Flowering plants with protective seed coats are referred to as
Angiosperms
Conifers with unprotective seed coats are called
Gymnosperms
Porifera (sponges), Radiata (hydra, medusa, sea anemone, corals), Acoelomates, and Pseudocoelomates belong to which Kingdom
Animalia
Which kingdom is characterized by organisms that are saprotrophic
Fungi
An organism that is multicellular, adapted for photosynthesis, and has reproductive organs belongs to which kingdom
Plant