A. kingdom, phylum, class, order, genus, family, species
B. species, family, genus, order, phylum, class, kingom
C. species, kingdom, genus
D. kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species
A. genus and species
B. species only
C. common name
D. phylum and order
A. Plant A has many characteristics in common with B.
B. Plant C cannot be the same species as plant D.
C. Plants A and B belong to a different kingdom than plants C and D.
D. Plants A, B, C, and D must all belong to different phyla.
A. yeast, mushroom, maple tree
B. paramecium, ameba, spirogyra (green algae)
C. salmonella, ameba, spirogyra (green algae)
D. bacteria, moss, geranium
Cannot make with each other and produce fertile offspring
Live in 2 different geographical areas
Mutate at different rates depending on their environment
Have genes drawn from the same gene pool
Unusual courtship behaviors lead to extinction
Some organisms are better adapted for asexual reproduction
Homeostasis in an organism is influenced by physical characteristics
Behaviors that lead to reproductive success have evolved
Species B and C can be found in today’s environments.
Species A and D evolved from E.
Species A and C can still interbreed.
Species A, B, and E all evolved from a common ancestor and all are successful today.
Number, electrons, shells
Protons, neutrons, nucleus
Mass, protons, nucleus
Number, protons, nucleus
Each hydrogen is sharing 1 electron with oxygen.
Each hydrogen is giving 1 electron to oxygen.
There are no ions formed during the formation of water.
Water molecules contain only covalent bonds.
Protons and electrons
Neutrons and protons
It has a full outer shell.
It has no valence electrons.
It has the same number of protons and electrons.
It is the newest style.
Sodium chloride does not react violently with water.
The formation of ionic bonds makes this compound edible.
Covalent bonds gives the compound different properties than its constituent elements.
Chlorine gas will evaporate from the salt crystals.