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    (Original post by Vivaviolin77)
    lol
    thanks
    i can definitely rememebr that
    Then theres the 3 domains.. Archaea, Bacteria and Eukarya .. maybe BROTHERS ARE EVIL
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    basically the dfferent taxons

    Kingdom
    Phylum
    Class
    Order
    Family
    Genus
    Species
    What questions do they usually ask on this?
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    (Original post by Whostolemycookie)
    What questions do they usually ask on this?
    Never seen a question on that sort of stuff to be honest
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    (Original post by Whostolemycookie)
    What the hell is classification rankings? Oh my gosh I haven't heard of it! :eek:
    it is somewhere in the textbook

    Classification is the method used by scientists to order living organisms. All species have a unique classification that results in a binomial name. Vertebrates are an example of a classification group. Keys can be used to help to identify individual organisms.

    Kingdom to species

    Classification

    You will remember from your Key Stage 3 studies that species with similar characteristics are put into groups, and that this is called classification. Remind yourself of the basics of classification.
    Kingdoms

    The first rank in this system is called a kingdom. There are five kingdoms, based upon what an organism's cells are like:

    1. animalia (all multicellular animals)
    2. plantae (all green plants)
    3. fungi (moulds, mushrooms, yeast)
    4. prokaryotae (bacteria, blue-green algae)
    5. protoctista (Amoeba, Paramecium).

    Further divisions

    There are several further ranks before we reach a particular species. In order, these are:

    • kingdom
    • phylum
    • class
    • order
    • family
    • genus
    • species.

    For example, lions have the following classification:

    • kingdom - animal
    • phylum - vertebrate
    • class - mammal
    • order - carnivorous
    • family - cat
    • genus - big cat
    • species - lion.
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    (Original post by Whostolemycookie)
    What questions do they usually ask on this?
    From memory, the only thing I remember them asking is complete the section for class and family for a sepcies who was in the same genus as another, to who they gave all different taxons for
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    (Original post by Whostolemycookie)
    What questions do they usually ask on this?
    They wouldnt really, they may give the classification of an organism, and then the same for close relative, and ask to fill in the blanks on the relatives classification, usually its just copying the same stuff, you'll get it
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    (Original post by The Monk)
    Never seen a question on that sort of stuff to be honest
    only seen one question
    saying name the 5 classification ranking that all
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    the specification doesn't specify that we need to know all 7 groups for taxonomy. Does it?
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    Is there any point in me learning transpiration if it isn't in the specification?

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    (Original post by JaayBiology)
    Kinky people can often find great sex... my biology teacher had an interesting imagination
    king prawn curry or fat greasy sausages

    my bio teacher weighs a ton...great at teaching though.
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    does anybody have a idea of which core practical that might come up
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    (Original post by Vivaviolin77)
    is there a way of remembering the classification rankings?
    Keep Kingdom
    Ponds Phylum
    Clean Class
    Or Order
    Frogs Family
    Get Genus
    Sick Species

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    I'm going I've revised way too much, I'm probably gonna wake up early and go back on this thread but just in case,
    GOOD LUCK Every Body; we'll hopefully ALL get good grades
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    (Original post by Sm1995)
    Keep Kingdom
    Ponds Phylum
    Clean Class
    Or Order
    Frogs Family
    Get Genus
    Sick Species

    lol that a good one
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    (Original post by Whostolemycookie)
    I'm going I've revised way too much, I'm probably gonna wake up early and go back on this thread but just in case,
    GOOD LUCK, we'll hopefully ALL get good grades
    good luck to you as well
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    Please can someone give me the steps involved in the totipotency practical?
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    thanks guys
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    Not sure if we really need this but what actually happens in G1, S1 and G2 for interphase.
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    heey just joined here what are ur expectations for 2mmorows exam bio unit 2?
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    stem cells are so confusing!


    so when two haploid gamete fuse, a diploid zygote forms (cells are TOTIPOTENT)
    then the zygote divides into an embryo after like 5 days = inner mass = PLURIPOTENT

    could someone just confirm

    thanks! x
 
 
 
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