What characteristics would you use to classify birds?
they have many characteristics such as feathers, vertebrates , they lay eggs,and their bones are lightweight and usually hollow
Some characteristics that scientists use to classify animals are how many cells they have, their species, genus and family and what they eat.
we classify the objects on the basis of certain characteristics favorable for us. we use different characteristics to classify the different types of the objects into groups.
they classify the rocks by their texture and compisition
The primary characteristics used by biologists to classify Arthropods are their segmented bodies, an exoskeleton made from chitin, and joint appendages.
The scientists use the dichotomous key or the identification key to classify newly found organisms. shared characteristics.
from other animals they get it
Scientists classify protists by whether they are more animal-like or plant-like.
they use genus and dichotomous keys
yes you are rite
These are the characteristics that geologists use texture, shape, density, and volume.
No. They use the structural characteristics of the organism physically and genetically.
wether it is silicate or not and they use texture and composition
They use the mineral composition, color, and texture.
coloring and size
Because of the greenhouse effect.
characteristics behaviour adaptations
Scientists classify organisms by the dichotomous key. They classify by looking at if it moves or not, then they look at characteristics, then they can see what they are.
clastic chemical and organic.
color shape texture size.
shine luster saltiness IGNEOUS
They use it by putting them into groups
You can use any sort of characteristic that you want. Classification is dividing things into categories based on their characteristics, so it can literally be anything at all.
All living things have the same characteristics. How else can you classify those of the same group without similar characteristics? Those characteristics are: cells/DNA reactions to environment ability to reproduce or have offspring have to die at one point and require energy
What are some characteristics you think scientists use to classify vertebrates and invertebrates into groups?
The presece of a vertebrate.
looks, what it eats, where it lives, and some other things.
What are the characteristics that scientists use to to classify organisms into the major organism groups?
ivertabrates, mollusks and vetabrates
they use physical behavior .....how they adapat and of chorse land air or water
I believe scientists use (thermal imaging) color as an example to classify stars. As well as the Star's light spectrograph, its X-ray, UV and IR images are Equally Revealing.
Toy-like. Toyish. Toyly. Similar or Disimilar to toys.
What is used by scientists to identify and classify organisms using descriptions of characteristics?
i recommend you use your science text book!
Biologists now classify organisms by DNA. Also included are diet, habitat, geographic range, and physical traits among many other things.
1. If it breathes 2. If it moves 3. If it can make a sound 4. If it eats
Both bats and birds are warm-blooded vertebrates that use their forelimbs as wings.
i would say class because snakes and earthworms are in a different types of family and they are in a different class so i would say family or kingdom you take a pick but i pick family because a snake is a rep
i think that it is like to save them and take care and think about
You could classify them by their weight. You could classify them by their height. You could classify them by the length of their nose. You could classify them by gender (boy/girl). You could classify them by their shoe size. etc.
Why do scientists use structural characteristics and not physical appearance to classify vertebrates?
because structural characteristic do not change over time but physical appearance do
Granite is a felsic, coarse grained, intrusive igneous rock.
you can not classify this. How can you classify them?
We will classify this new species as a mammal. How do you classify this, Mister Burns?
classify andpredict are 2
1. If they can fly. 2. where they live. 3. How many legs they have. 4. If they have anteneas or eyes.
Basically floral structure supported by plant morphology, cytology, embryology and more recently DNA fingerprinting.
use youre flippin brain jackA**
Generally they are either foliated (banded, layered) or non-foliated. They may also be classified by the degree of metamorphism and mineralogy.
so we can organize each animal in a group by how they look. Ex. hair colour eye colour etc.
Large balls of gas emitting energy in the form of light. I apologize I'm not good at science, but this is just a guess.
How would you classify the sun based on the characteristics that astronomers use to identify a star's brightness temperature and size?
Sol (our sun) is a yellow-orange, medium-sized star. Of course, we use our own star as a reference by which to judge other stars, so Sol is considered the baseline on all of the scales. The diagram by which astronomers judge a star's characteristics is called the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram. Sol is considered a Main Sequence star on this diagram.
It's the same for Mushrooms and any Living thing -cells. -reproduce -maintain homeostasis -grow -use energy -respond to their environment -DNA