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Card 6

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Every organism is known by its genus and species name. What do we call this method of naming?

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Card 7

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Which kingdom is multicellular, has nuclei, cell wall, no chloroplast and feeds off decaying material?

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Card 8

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Which class is poikilothermic, uses gills for gas exchange and is oviparous?

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Card 9

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What term describes groups of closely related populations living in neighbouring areas?

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Card 10

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Which group of organisms look and behave the same and can breed to produce fertile offspring?

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Card 11

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What term describes organisms that are born when two different species breed?

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Card 12

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Which term describes animals that give birth to live young?

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Card 13

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Which kingdom is multicellular, has chloroplast, cell wall, nuclei and shows autotrophic nutrition?

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Card 14

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Which class of animals are oviparous, poikilothermic and use their skin for gas exchange?

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Card 15

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Which type of variation shows no distinct categories and is controlled by many genes?

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