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What are two landforms from magma?

volcanoes (eg Kilimanjaro or Arthur's seat) Some islands (eg Iceland or Hawaii) Some dome mountains (eg Half Dome) Escarpments produced by hard magma outcroppings (eg the Whin sill) Dykes (eg the Dykes on corrie shore, Arran) Tors (eg Dartmoor) there… Full Answer

The group lower than the phylum?

The order is (with an example for a human): 1.Domain (sometimes not included) eg. Eukarya 2.Kingdom eg. Animalia 3.Phylum eg. Chordata 4.Class eg. Mammalia 5.Order eg. Primates 6.Family eg. Hominidae 7.Genus eg. Homo 8.Species eg. H. sapiens Occasionally, there is… Full Answer

A group lower than a phylum?

The order is (with an example for a human): 1.Domain (sometimes not included) eg. Eukarya 2.Kingdom eg. Animalia 3.Phylum eg. Chordata 4.Class eg. Mammalia 5.Order eg. Primates 6.Family eg. Hominidae 7.Genus eg. Homo 8.Species eg. H. sapiens Occasionally, there is… Full Answer

Name the six kingdoms of life with examples?

The six kingdoms of life are : Kingdom Bacteria eg) all true bacteria. Kingdom Archaea eg) Ancient bacteria, also known as archaebacteria. kingdom Protista eg) unicellular parasites. Kingdom Fungi eg) Moulds, yeast, rusts, mushrooms, toadstools. kingdom Plantae eg) all land… Full Answer

What are cocci bacteria?

Spherical shape bacteria are called cocci (singular coccus). Sometimes the cocci occur in clusters eg. Staphyloccus; sometimes in chains eg. Streptococcus; sometimes a diplococci eg. Neisseria; sometimes a tetrad eg. Sarcina. Full Answer