Living organisms can be classified according to their characteristics. The binomial system names an organism using its genus and species. Keys can be used to identify different species.
What is the advantage of using a binomial system to name species?
The scientific name for human beings is Homo sapiens. What does the word Homo represent?
What do amphibians, bony fish and birds have in common?
What do insects, nematodes and molluscs have in common?
What do reptiles, birds and mammals have in common?
What is an arthropod with six pairs of legs likely to be?
Which of the following is a monocotyledon?
The leaves on a certain plant has parallel veins. Which statement about this plant is correct?
What is a species?
In the classification of organisms, which is the correct order of ranks?