Do you mean the classifications? Domain (this one is fairly new), Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species. You can remember it with this saying thingy - "Did Kin…g Phillip Come Over For Good Soup?" Some classes in biology are not doing the domain part so it is just King Phillip Can Order Fairly Good Soup..
Organisms that carry out photosynthesis are known as autotrophs.Autotrophs are able to produce complex organic compounds fromsimple substances or inorganic chemical reactions.…
Domain it comes before Kingdom, but is not used very often
Living things that live in seawater.
It can differ. Typically, that would be the kingdom Plantae. However, there are a few organisms in the Kingdom Protista that can perform Photosynthesis, such as Euglena.
Starch is a carbohydrate consisting of Carbon, Hydrogen and Oxygen.Starch is a large molecule consisting of large quantities ofglucose molecules. Hope this helps
Here is a typical way to configure a three-column organizer for research: . First column: Topic of the text or discussion. . Second column: What you learned from reading the… text, from research, or discussion. . Third column: Your opinions, observations, thoughts, and experiences about the topic.
species or sub-species
'Levels of classification' refer to the categories kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, and species
Prokaryotic organisms include algae, bacteria, and archaea bacteria. They are classified as such because of their composition ,of cells. Eukaryotic cells have no nuclei and re…produce faster than eukaryote cells, which are more complex and found in most animals.
element, compound, inorganic compounds, and organic compounds
It is called "Biological Classification" The seven main ranks are (from most general to most specific): Kingdom Phylum Class Order Genus Species
The deep, dark, ocean floor past the continental shelf, and theshallower, lighter, depths of the continental shelf.
There are several systems for classifying living things the Three Domain System divides life into : . Bacteria . Archaea . Eukaryota The Linnaean system into six Kingdo…ms : . Archaebacteria . Eubacteria . Protista . Fungi . Plantae . Animalia