What are the two main kingdoms that living things can be classified as?
Plants and animals (plantae and animalia)
We have 10 vertebrate living kingdoms which are -mammals -birds -reptiles -amphibians -fish -rodents -primates -marsupials -cetaceans -seals and 10 invertebrate living kingdoms -monera -sponges -mollusks -insects -arthropods -arachnids -annelids -crustacens -echinoderms -protoza so that means altogether we have 20 animal kingdoms. but not all of them are the main groups. the main ones are reptiles, mammals, amphibians, birds, and fish
According to their common traits. The main division is into the 2 categories: vertebrates (with backbone) and invertebrates (without backbone). Vertebrates can be sub-divided into 5 groups: Fish, Reptiles, Amphibians, Birds and Mammals. Livings things are classified into: Domain Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species
Organisms are divided into five kingdoms. Here are the kingdom list and qualification for each: animal kingdom (moves, finds food on their own), plant kingdom (creates own food, does not move), fungi (suck up food from living and non-living things), protist kingdom (single, complex cells), and moneran kingdom (single, simple cell).
Five main characteristics of all living things: 1.All living things are made of cells 2.All living things obtain and use energy. 3. All living things reproduce (asexually or sexually) 4.All living things develop and grow. 5.All living things respond and adapt to the environment which they are living in.
the three functions (main functions) of living things are: 1. Nutrition: all living things have ways of taking in the substances they need to grow and survive. 2. Relation: Living things have a relationship with the environment that surrounds them. Humans use their senses (seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, touching) to relate with the world. 3. Reproduction: all living things are born, live for a period of time and then die. The main function of any…
The 4 main characteristics that define all living things are as following: 1. All living things Produce waste. 2. All living things need an energy source. (Food, water, for plants sunlight, etc...) 3. All living things reproduce. 4. All living things exchange gases. (Carbon Dioxide & Oxygen) Hope this helps.