Classification of Life Quiz

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Question 1

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What is a binomial nomenclature?
Answer
  • 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.

Question 2

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Which is supposed to be capitalized, the genus or species?
Answer
  • The Genus
  • The Species

Question 3

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Which of these have the least in common?
Answer
  • The cat and the crocodile
  • The cat and the dog
  • The humans and the primates
  • The mouse or a deer

Question 4

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Which of these has the most in common?
Answer
  • A oak tree and a dog
  • A lion and a wolf
  • An algae and a goat
  • A squirrel and a mouse

Question 5

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How many taxonomic categories do primates and humans have in common?
Answer
  • All of these
  • Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order,Family
  • Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order,Family, Genus
  • None of them

Question 6

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Who created the binomial nomenclature system?
Answer
  • Robert Hooke
  • Anton Leeuwenhoek
  • Carolus Linnaeus

Question 7

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What do pigs and tigers have in common?
Answer
  • Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order
  • Kingdom, Phylum, Class
  • Kingdom, Phylum
  • All of these

Question 8

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Which of these explains why an amoeba and a fish do not share any of the same taxonomic categories?
Answer
  • 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.

Question 9

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Which of these explains why an amoeba and a fish do not share any of the same taxonomic categories?
Answer
  • 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.