What the most specific term use to classify humans?
I believe a term used to classify humans is homosapians
It really depends. Some classify an exotic animal as an animal not native to the state or area you are located, so that would make any animal not normally found in your area exotic. However most people classify an exotic animal as an animal that is normally in zoos, such as big cats, primates, elephants etc.
When water leaves the surfaces of plants to enter the atmosphere what is the best and most specific term that is applied to describe this process?
To humans? No. In fact, most are not. 'Poisonous' is a term usually understood to mean harmful or even deadly to humans. Most spiders simply aren't dangerous to people. All spiders have some kind of venom, in order to disable their prey. But most spiders have venom that is either medically harmless to humans, or they inject so little of it that they cannot be considered 'poisonous'.
The term phylum is one of seven major categories that are used to classify organisms. In order of broad to specific, these seven categories are: Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, and Species. Carolus Linnaeus developed this system of classification in the 18th century. answered by a 10 year old
The term "Pilgrim" is both a general and specific term. It is specific to a set of colonists from Europe, as well as a general term to describe all colonists from Europe. Given in a specific answer the Wampanoags were the Native Americans in that area where they (the specific pilgrims) settled. As a general term there were hundreds of tribes involved in the originally settled colonies.