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,