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can you revise my answers please?

well i have to take a test and this is the study sheet and i know i got like 8 wrong so can you please help? i put ASD to the one i thought was the answer. If i get one wrong please put the number and the correct answer please and thank you : )

1. The science of classifying living things is called

A identification. B classification.

CASD taxonomy. D speciation.

2. Taxonomy is defined as the science of

A classifying plants according to their uses in agricultural experiments.

B studying ribosomal RNA sequencing techniques.

CASD grouping organisms according to their characteristics and evolutionary history.

D studying reproductive mechanisms and gene flow.

3. As we move through the biological hierarchy from the kingdom to species level, organisms

A vary more and more.

B are less and less related to each other.

CASD become more similar in appearance.

D always are members of the same order.

4. A mushroom is difficult to classify in Linnaeus’s two-kingdom classification system because

A it has another common name, the toadstool.

BASD it doesn’t seem to fit into either kingdom.

C mushrooms had not yet evolved in Linnaeus’s time.

D All of the above

5. The organism Quercus phellos is a member of the genus

A Plantae. B phellos.

CASD Quercus. D Protista.

6. Poison ivy is also known as Rhus toxicodendron. Its species identifier is

A poison. B Rhus.

C ivy. DASD toxicodendron.

7. The scientific name of an organism

A varies according to the native language of scientists.

BASD is the same for scientists all over the world.

C may refer to more than one species.

D may have more than one genus name.

8. Scientists don’t use the common names of organisms because

A an organism may have more than one common name.

B common names are too ambiguous.

C an organism rarely has the same name in different languages.

DASD All of the above

9. In which language are scientific names written?

A English B Greek

C Arabic DASD Latin

10. Two organisms in the same class but different orders

A are in different kingdoms.

B have the same genus name.

C ASDare in the same phylum.

D are members of the same species.

11. Two organisms in the same order but different families may

A be more similar than two organisms in different classes.

B be in the same class.

C have the same species identifier.

DASD All of the above

12. Kingdoms are divided into phyla, and each phylum is divided into

A families. BASD classes.

C orders. D genera.

13. Which of the following is the least inclusive classification group?

A class BASD genus

C phylum D species

14. Quercus rubra : Quercus phellos ::

A Anolis carolinensis : Parus carolinensis

B Erithacus rubicula : Turdus migratoria

CASD Aphis pomi : Aphis gossypii

D carp : goldfish

15. class : family ::

A order : phylum BASD genus : class

C species : genus D phylum : order

16. Today, biologists classify organisms by their

A physical similarities. B chemical similarities.

C behavioral similarities. DASD All of the above

17. Phylogenetic trees depict

AASD known evolutionary relationships between organisms.

B presumed evolutionary relationships based on physical features only.

C only living organisms.

D presumed evolutionary relationships based on a variety of types of evidence.

18. The DNA sequences of two species of sharks would

A be more similar than the DNA sequences of a shark and a dolphin.

BASD show no discernible differences.

C be very close to the DNA sequences of a dolphin.

D indicate how the sharks evolved.

19. analogous features : convergent evolution ::

A two members of the same genus : same species

BASD cladogram : evolutionary relationships

C common names : universal identification

D cladograms : exact, direct information

20. Refer to the illustration above. A branching diagram like the one shown is called a

AASD phenetic tree. B cladogram.

C family tree. D homology.

21. Nearly all single-celled eukaryotes that are either heterotrophic or photosynthetic belong to the kingdom

A Animalia. B Fungi.

CASD Plantae. D Protista.

22. Most multicellular, nucleated autotrophs that carry on photosynthesis belong to the kingdom

A Animalia. B Eubacteria.

CASD Fungi. D Plantae.

23. The kingdom defined as including any eukaryotes that are not plants, animals, or fungi is the kingdom

AASD Protista. B Plantae.

C Animalia. D Fungi.

24. The three domain system of classification is based on similarities and differences in ____, while the six-kingdom system is based on similarities and differences in ____.

A DNA; DNA, fossils, embryological development,

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    11. How can creatures in different families have the same species identifier.

    13. D The least inclusive, or the least amount of creatures could fit in here, the species level

    14. I have no idea

    15. I have no idea.

    17. D. It better not be A (evolutionary relationship between different basic kinds of animals is only presumed. It is never "known", and it is based on different evidence)

    18 A. There would be differences, but not as much as a shark and a dolphin.

    22. D. (Your guess is as good as mine. I would guess D, but I am not educated in the terms on the question.)

    24. I have no Idea

    The questions I did not address I think you got correct.

    The questions I put. I have no Idea - your on your own if they are correct or not.

    The questions I put an answer I think you got wrong, I put the answer I would go with and the reason.

    Have a nice night.

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