What is a binomial nomenclature?
A scientific name using two parts of a classification chart: the genus and species
A scientific name using two parts of a classification chart: the class and order
A scientific name using two parts of a classification chart: the kingdom and phylum
A system using all the parts of classification.
Which is supposed to be capitalized, the genus or species?
Which of these have the least in common?
The cat and the crocodile
The cat and the dog
The humans and the primates
The mouse or a deer
Which of these has the most in common?
A oak tree and a dog
A lion and a wolf
An algae and a goat
A squirrel and a mouse
How many taxonomic categories do primates and humans have in common?
All of these
Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order,Family
Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order,Family, Genus
None of them
Who created the binomial nomenclature system?
What do pigs and tigers have in common?
Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order
Kingdom, Phylum, Class
Which of these explains why an amoeba and a fish do not share any of the same taxonomic categories?
One is non-living, while the other is living.
One belongs to the Kingdom of Animals while the other belongs to Protists.
One is very small and the other is large.
All of the above.