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NAME
THE FIVE
BODY SYSTEMS
  • Musculoskeletal System
  • Digestive System
  • Respiratory System
  • Circulatory System
  • Central Nervous System
NAME THE SEVEN LEVELS OF THE
CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM

AND EXPLAIN
  • Kingdom - Broad
  • Phylum - Backbone/or Not
  • Class - Mammals etc.
  • Order - Herbi/Carni/Obervor
  • Family - All Dogs
  • Genus - Dogs That Have Spots
  • Species - Most Specific
NAME THE FIVE KINGDOMS
OF ORGANISMS
  • Animals
  • Plants
  • Monerans & Viruses
  • Protists
  • Fungi
What is the Animal Kindom?
One of the two largest kingdoms, inculdes many celled organisms that do not posses a cell wall. Members of this Kingdom can move and respond to stimuli, and has more than 1,000,000 species
What is The Plant Kingdom?
One of the two largest kingdoms, inculdes many celled organisms that do posses a cell wall, chlorophyll, and photosynthesis. they have over 250,000 species in this kingdom.
What is the Monerans & Viruses Kingdom?
Includes more than 10,000, species. With alge and bacteria not having a nucleus, and viruses not having a true cell structure they are stuck in this kingdom.
What Is The Protists Kindom?
One celled organisms that do not have a nucleus. This Kingdom Has more than 250,000 species
What Is The Fungi Kingdom?
Complex, many celled organisms that have nucleses, dont use photosynthesis, and mushrooms are a star in this Kingdom. This Kindom has More than 100,000 species.
Agriculture
The studying of farming.
Archeology
The study of the old way humans used to live and work.
Astronomy
The study of Outter Space.
Biology
The study of living organisms, and life sciences.
Botany
The study of plants.
Chemistry
The mixing of the elements.
Ecology
The study of The Ozone, and how people interact with earth's eviroments.
Entomology
The study of insects.
Genealogy
The study of ancestry and Family History.
Genetics
The study of inherited characteristics.
Geology
The study of the earth as it has changed, will change, and the overall dynamics of the earth.
Ichthyology
The study of fish.
Meteorology
The study of the weather.
Paleontology
The study of the Prehistoric life, including fossils, plants, animals, and other organisms.
What is the Central Nervous System?

What Are The Components?
Receives, Processes, and responds to all physical stimuli.
  • Brain
  • Spinal cord
  • Nerves
What is the Musculoskeletal System?

What Are The Components?
Bones support the body’s muscles and organs; joints allow bones to move; voluntary muscles work in pairs to move joints; involuntary muscles you can’t control and are found in organs such as the heart.
  • Bones
  • Joints
  • Voluntary Muscles
  • Involuntary Muscles
What is the Digestive System?

What Are The Components?
Breaks down food into smaller substances that the body can absorb and process into energy, and eliminates the resulting waste.
  • Mouth
  • Saliva
  • Esophagus
  • Stomach
  • Small & Large Intestines
  • Rectum
  • Anus
What is the Circulatory System?

What Are The Components?
Delivers oxygenated blood from the heart to the rest of the body and returns the blood to the heart to be re-oxygenated.
  • Heart
  • Blood
  • Blood Vessels
What is the Respiratory System?

What Are The Components?
Inhales air, uses the oxygen in the air to release energy, and exhales the carbon dioxide that results from this process.
  • Nose
  • Nasal Cavity
  • Trachea
  • Lungs
  • Blood
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